Telegraph: Was Titanic inquiry scuppered by the Freemasons?

A new secret archive shows a high level of masonic involvement in the inquiry into the sinking of the Titanic […]

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Mirror: How secret group Freemasons has kept grip on Britain for 200 years

Cover up: Was Michael Maybrick the notorious killer?

Robinson – whose book is called They All Love Jack: Busting the Ripper – said: “The whole of the ruling class was Masonic, from the heir to the throne down. It was part of being in the club. […]

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Economia: Freemasons lose VAT exemption appeal

The High Court has upheld a decision by the First-Tier Tax tribunal that The United Grand Lodge of England (UGLE)- otherwise known as The Freemasons – should not be exempt from VAT […]

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<font color=purple>CNN</font> <strike>Moscow</strike> London Bureau Phil Black 'Bio' (Freemason Recognition Handsign Gesture's [Cutsigns])

Phil Black is an International Correspondent based in CNN’s London bureau. […]

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RETWEETED: Another Bro. David Cameron @David_Cameron Tweet...

Masonic Globes Symbols using Purple Flower Baskets, Bro. Cameron just happens to choose house for a political photo op. […]

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RETWEETED: A David Cameron @David_Cameron Tweet

UK Prime Minister David Cameron Posing For the Camera’s whilst making a secret masonic cutsign (or handsign in plain English) […]

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Daily Mail: Why has Bro. David Cameron held eight private conversations with Bro. Tony Blair?

David Cameron and Tony Blair

David Cameron has developed a ‘special relationship’ with Tony Blair, holding at least eight conversations with him on how to run the country. Mr Blair visited Mr Cameron’s official country residence of Chequers last July – a meeting that has previously never been disclosed by Downing Street. The pair have also had at least seven phone conversations since Mr Cameron took the keys to No10, a rate of around once every three months. […]

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Telegraph: Ukraine fiasco marks end of the EU’s imperial dream

Normally when a country’s people give a referendum vote that the EU doesn’t like, they are just told to vote again to put it right. In the case of Crimea, however, where 96 per cent of the people voted to return to Russia, the EU was in no position to ask them to think again. […]

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Forbes: The Bilderberg Group Strikes Again – 4. The New Freemason Governor of the Bank of England, Bro. Mark Carney

Three Freemasons: Canada Minister of Finance Bro. Jim Flaherty, Incoming Bank of Canada Governor Bro. Stephen Poloz, Outgoing Bank of Canada Governor/Incoming Bank of England Governor Bro. Mark Carney […]

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Freemason Bro. Tony Blair demands Western intervention to overthrow Assad

Telegraph 19 Jun 2013

Tony Blair demands Western intervention to overthrow Assad By Damien McElroy and agencies The consequences of refusing to intervene are likely to be more costly for the West than participating in the drive to oust the regime.

Speaking in Israel, the former prime minister acknowledged the “predominant emotion” in the West was to stay out of Syria, where rebels are battling to oust Bashar Assad and his regime, and avoid becoming embroiled in the politics of the region. “Undoubtedly the predominant emotion in the West today is to stay out of Syria; indeed to stay out of the region’s politics,” he said. “But as every day that passes shows, the cost of staying out may be paid in a higher price later.”

The comments came a day after G8 leaders papered over differences between the West and Russia to agree that a political solution to the conflict must be an international priority.

The Syrian National Coalition, the main opposition front body, said it was committed to participation in negotiations that sought to establish a transistional government.

“The Syrian National Coalition is committed to any political solution that puts an end to the […]

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Can Freemason David Cameron explain why he has put us on al-Qaeda’s side?

Telegraph 05 Jun 2013

Can David Cameron explain why he has put us on al-Qaeda’s side? By Peter Oborne

The longer a prime minister remains in 10 Downing Street, the more likely he or she is to go mad. Something of the sort happened to Gordon Brown and also, from 2003 onwards if not before, to Tony Blair. No prime minister has left office in full possession of his or her mental faculties since Jim Callaghan in early 1979.

One of David Cameron’s admirable qualities has been his sanity. He is unexcitable. He is not paranoid, does not conspire against his colleagues, sit up to the small hours of the morning brooding, or hurl pieces of crockery around the room when in a violent rage. He is not subject to sudden, irrational mood-swings.

None of this can or should be taken for granted, and surely Samantha Cameron can take some of the credit. “My job is to get him out of here sane,” she tells friends.

But the Prime Minister has been in the job for three years (and Tory leader for nearly eight), and watching him answer questions on the floor of the House on […]

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VIDEO: Shah of Iran Reception London’s Guildhall 1959

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Masonic Queen’s Jubilee List Draws Criticism

Winnipeg Free Press May 18, 2012

Queen’s Jubilee guest list draws criticism due to inclusion of Bahrain, Swaziland kings Raphael Satter, The Associated Press

Caption: Queen Elizabeth II, right, looks on as the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge chat with King Hussein and Queen Rania of Jordan as guests arrive at a lunch for sovereign monarchs of the world, held in honour of the queen’s Diamond Jubilee, at Windsor Castle, in Windsor, Friday May 18, 2012. Critics are aghast at the choice of some guests for the lunch _ among them a king whose Gulf nation has been engaged in a brutal crackdown on political dissent.(AP Photo/ Arthur Edwards, Pool)

LONDON – Britain has come under criticism for inviting the king of Bahrain, whose Gulf state has engaged in a brutal crackdown on political dissent, to a lunch Friday celebrating Queen Elizabeth II’s Diamond Jubilee.

The lunch in Windsor Castle was the largest gathering of foreign royals in Britain since Queen Elizabeth II’s grandson, Prince William, was married to Kate Middleton last year. Then, as now, the decision to extend an invitation to members of the Bahraini royal family has angered those who are upset […]

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YouTube: !Queen Elizabeth! ‘alleged’ to have exchanged private Freemason handshake with former IRA commander during recent visit

Published on Jun 28, 2012 by globalnational

Wed, Jun 27: Queen Elizabeth shakes hands with convicted terrorist and former Irish Republican Army commander Martin McGuinness. Sean Mallen reports.

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BBC: Guernsey Freemason list criticised by Grand Master

BBC http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-guernsey-18063287

Guernsey Freemason list criticised by Grand Master 15 May 2012

Jurat Hodgetts said he felt a list of members should not be published

The list was posted on an internet forum and includes the names of a number of former and present politicians, jurats and bailiffs.

Provincial Grand Master David Hodgetts said the publication of the list raised issues regarding data protection laws.

He said: “It shouldn’t be published and if somebody has published something, maybe they’ll be prosecuted.”

He added that he felt disclosure of membership should be optional.

The list of members was circulated on Twitter shortly after the general election in April.

Jurat Hodgetts said public perception of the group was misinformed, and stated: “I know there’s nothing evil about Freemasonry.”

He added: “We are in danger of being accused of trying to advance ourselves by saying we’re a Mason, and if we don’t say we’re a Mason then we’re secret and we’ve got something to hide.”

He said: “The thing about Freemasonry that people aren’t concentrating on is the fact that the only organisation that gives more money to charity is the National Lottery in the United Kingdom.”

He […]

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