In our seventh podcast, John and I talk about the Vox Day-Anglin debate on National Socialism–Left, Right, both or neither? We also discuss several sociopolitical topics and current events, from the politicization of Hollywood and the NFL to feudalism and AI. Loaded with unique insight, this episode is not lacking in amusement value. Have a listen as Bibi makes the US Cuckgress dance!
Most of us have been taught that Freemasonry is just a philanthropic organization dedicated to helping advance the interests of mankind in a positive direction. But if this is true, then why is Freemasonry a secret society? Why do the brethren conduct their business behind lock and key? Why do they refer to non-Masons as “profane”? Why do they discriminate against women? And why are Masons so prevalent in government, finance, the military and business?
This rare and original Third Reich publication answers these questions, and so many more, concisely and simply. If you want to know why the world exists as it does, and why politics is the way it is, then you must read this booklet!!
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“The preserved records of the Reichssicherheitshauptamt (the Reich Security Main Office) show the persecution of Freemasons. RSHA Amt VII (Written Records) was overseen by Professor Franz Six and was responsible for “ideological” tasks, by which was meant the creation of anti-Semitic and anti-Masonic propaganda. While the number is not accurately known, it is estimated that between 80,000 and 200,000 Freemasons were killed under the Nazi regime. Masonic concentration camp inmates were graded as political prisoners and wore an inverted red triangle.
“The small blue forget-me-not flower was first used by the Grand Lodge Zur Sonne, in 1926, as a Masonic emblem at the annual convention in Bremen, Germany. In 1938 the forget-me-not badge – made by the same factory as the Masonic badge – was chosen for the annual Nazi Party Winterhilfswerk, a Nazi charitable organisation which collected money so that other state funds could be freed up and used for rearmament. This coincidence enabled Freemasons to wear the forget-me-not badge as a secret sign of membership.
“After World War II, the forget-me-not flower was again used as a Masonic emblem at the first Annual Convention of the United Grand Lodges of Germany in 1948. The badge is now worn in the coat lapel by Freemasons around the world to remember all those that have suffered in the name of Freemasonry, especially those during the Nazi era.”
My comment: Hitler was an “Illuminati puppet” and “Freemason,” eh? Thus spake the #Conspiratards.