20 September 2013

Xi Jinping, Putin, Bush outed as Grand Lodge Freemasons

I don't know who exactly started this meme on Facebook:


While completely true, the information contained in the caption is only a tip of the ice... anyway, it serves only to mislead the masses, unaware of the following:
  • The so called "Great Masonic Lodge" is only one of the first stages of the long and exhaustive training and selection process, at the end of which only a selected few will become Junior Assistants to an Elders' Private First Class.
  • To mention other stages in the process, like (but not limited to): Illuminati, Templars, Dracons, Reptilians, etc...
  • The Masonic candidates don't serve any deity, being sworn to serve the Illuminati, who, in turn, are sworn in loyalty to the Templars, who...
  • Elders are sworn to be loyal to Elders.
Oh, and by the way, the three Masonic hopefuls in this picture didn't make the cut eventually. While they are alive, the reasons for their failures (each and his own reasons) are withheld.

So there.

18 comments:

SnoopyTheGoon said...

Once again Snoopy you are giving away the secrets of us Elders. You are going to have to stop or we will take away your secret decoder ring.

SnoopyTheGoon said...

Love their pajamas.

SnoopyTheGoon said...

The library cops are, after all, protecting an increasingly rare commodity.

SnoopyTheGoon said...

save money. close libraries. Only sissies read books

SnoopyTheGoon said...

the Masonic candidates don't serve any deity, being sworn to serve the
Illuminati, who, in turn, are sworn in loyalty to the Templars, who...swear loyalty to the Jesuits, who swear loyalty to the Pope, who swears loyalty to the Mafia, who swear loyalty to Satan, who swears loyalty to the Jooz. Them Jooz, they're everywhere, Snoop, EVERYWHERE! but you didn't hear that from me, understand? Mum's the word.

SnoopyTheGoon said...

Goddam right we pack heat. There's nothing like taking a bunch of deadbeats with books overdue for a year and returning DVDs covered with peanut butter and jelly (I don't even want to think about what that was on Monster's Ball), and mowing the lot of them down. Serves the bastards right.

SnoopyTheGoon said...

I got a license to speak out. As you know, all that secrecy is being slowly but surely revoked.

SnoopyTheGoon said...

Indeed.

SnoopyTheGoon said...

Some of my best friends are librarians.

SnoopyTheGoon said...

That true re mum, because lack of mum gets attention from some people you would rather not cross (no pun intended with "cross", I assure you).

SnoopyTheGoon said...

No argument here. When I was a kid, I even got a "Friend of a Library" title two years in a row for helping to glue back a lot of books.

SnoopyTheGoon said...

And lack of mum could make you an orphan if dad was already gone.

SnoopyTheGoon said...

That's true too. Such are the wonders of a language.

SnoopyTheGoon said...

Unfortunately library policemen/women with guns have been part of downtown central libraries in most American cities for some years now. In rougher neighborhoods, the branch libraries will frequently have a person, usually a retired cop, wearing a shirt saying security.

SnoopyTheGoon said...

Yes, I suppose since the Elders control everything, you do not have to keep that a secret anymore.

SnoopyTheGoon said...

Indeed.

prof_hinterweh said...

Nothing to do with Freemasons

20-11-2006 The leaders of most of the world's major powers were united in discomfort yesterday as they posed in traditional
silk tunics following a summit in Vietnam

The tradition began in Seattle in 1993, when President Clinton offered his guests leather bomber jackets, and they have gone on to don Indonesian batik, Philippine barong made of pineapple fibres and Mexican ponchos.

This year, the leaders had a choice of five colours of ao dai, all of them embroidered with golden lotus flowers. In feudal times yellow was reserved for the king, but it was chosen only by the Thai prime minister and the Vietnamese president, while the Sultan of Brunei, the sole monarch, picked green.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/1534665/World-leaders-ill-at-ease-over-tunics-and-North-Korea.html

Sorry and no chemtrails in the sky either

SnoopyTheGoon said...

You brought me a serious disappointment here, do you realize that, prof? And no chemtrails... the life will never be the same.