The longer my efforts continue to expose the cover up of those responsable for the troll blog ‘Thoughts of Oscar’, the more I realise just how involved the Masonic society is and more importantly, just how much the oaths members take, have protected diabolical crimes.
Freemasons would have us believe that they are a force for good, that their extremely secretive society exists for charitable ends, this could not be further from the truth, the truth is Freemasons are their for the assistance and protection of each other, no matter what the cost and invariably that cost falls on the shoulders of innocent people, people who have had the balls to take a stand against them.
This report by the respected Chris Plumley gives us an insight to exactly how corrupt Freemasons are and how those Freemasons in positions of power abuse their status.
This blog has sought to highlight how Freemasons in powerful positions have manipulated the law to cover up the crimes of serving North Wales Police officers an MP and various other associated individuals.
During the last two years this blog has proved that all the following people are Freemasons and have assisted in the publication of the troll blog ‘Thoughts of Oscar’, used that blog for acts of criminality and used each other and their Masonic oaths to cover up their actions,
David Jones MP for Clwyd West
Nigel Roberts, retired Newsagent and police informant
Dylan Moore David Jones’ business partner
Inspector Ian Verburg
DS John Hanson
DCC Gareth Pritchard
PC 1854 Gary James
CC Mark Polin
and as yet an unnamed editor at the Daily Post.
These individuals have collectively denied any knowledge of or involvement with the troll blog ‘Thoughts of Oscar’, non more so than the MP for Clwyd West David Jones.
All the above have used their positions to try their very best to close this blog and keep me quiet, their have conspired to have me arrested on no less than four occasions, they conspired to have my wife arrested, my home raided and our goods and shackles confiscated, illegal actions for which North Wales Police are now being sued.
They have sort to keep this web of lies out of the public domain by using their masonic connections to silence the press, this is a true story of great public interest, a corrupt politician, a corrupt solicitor, a retired newsagent, various high ranking police officers and a news paper editor, all involved, and as yet they have successfully kept the press at bay.
If this was a story centred around your average man in the street this would have hit the headlines a long time ago.
These Free masonic members have used this oath as a twisted moralistic way to justify their actions:
“Conceal the crimes of your brother Masons.. shield him. Prevaricate, don’t tell the whole truth in this case, keep his secrets, forget the most important points. It may be perjury to do this, it is true, but you’re keeping your obligations, and remember if you live up to your obligation strictly, you’ll be free from sin”
If these people are innocent of the cover up and crimes I have openly accused them of, why have they gone to such lengths to try and silence me?
Some of the above mentioned have assisted in the protection from prosecution of the paedophile and retired North Wales Police officer, Gordon Anglesea, a man who has evaded prosecution for his awful crimes for over thirty years, a man who was protected by his Freemason colleagues and only eventually exposed because of the dogged persistence of some of his victims.
The article below may serve to help the reader understand how much of a corrupt society Freemasonry truly is.
The Freemasons are one of the most secretive and controversial religious groups in the world. Masons have existed for centuries – and if we are to believe their claims, they’ve existed covertly for even longer.
Whatever their history, speculation has always been an enjoyable pastime – and this is especially true in the case of the Masons’ more scandalous secrets. Having passed down traditions and secrets from one generation of initiates to the next, they make it difficult to know what’s outdated and what’s still practiced. Consider these ten masonic activities as provisional facts – we don’t know for sure, but it’s always an interesting exercise to imagine what might be going on behind our backs.
They will not testify truthfully against each other
Freemasons are commanded not to testify truthfully when another Mason is on trial. They admit that it may be perjury, but to them, it is a far greater sin to not protect one of their own.
They have a secret handshake
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Though some members deny it to the public, the Freemasons have at least one secret masonic handshake. Supposedly, there are even phrases a Freemason can utter when facing grave danger – causing other members to rush to their aid. The founder of Mormonism, Joseph Smith, is said to have uttered this phrase in the last moments before his death. 8
They have several secret passwords
This is one of the best-known facts about the Masons, but the general perception is that they have just one password. In fact, there are several passwords for various occasions and reasons. As the one person with the final syllable for the ultimate secret word was murdered, they substituted “mor-bon-zi” for this word, and only very few people know the actual secret word. This secret word is used only for ceremonies: “tu-bal-cain” is the more common secret password, on the tip of every Freemason tongue.
Their rituals involve a noose
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The initiation rituals- though described by Masons as beautiful ceremonies – include a noose. It’s hard to tell whether this is meant as a threat, a call to maintain silence, or simply as the symbol of an umbilical cord (as they claim), but in any case, it’s unusual enough to warrant a mention.
They’re obsessed with the sun
Freemasons believe that the east symbolizes rebirth. They sing the sun in its flight – marvelling at its passage through the sky. Masonic lodges tend to be built in the east and in the west, as an attempt to control solar power for their own purposes. 5
Masons exclude atheists
It’s impossible to become a Freemason if you’re an atheist. The first requirement is that potential members must believe in a higher power of some sort. They claim not to care what higher power that is, but you must define it for yourself. You can lie about it, but religion seems to be a point of honor among them. On the other hand, traditionally excluded groups – such as gay men – are included in Masonry, so long as they behave in the same moral manner as other groups. The temple still excludes women, but some groups are currently challenging that fact.
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They work to control politics and finance in various countries
The official corruption of Masonry is well-documented, but often covered up. Half a million Masons in England are disproportionately involved in banking, politics, and government. Even hospitals and universities are often controlled by the Masons. 3
Their symbol is on the dollar bill
If you’ve ever looked closely at the US dollar bill, you’ve probably seen the All-Seeing Eye above the pyramid. This symbol is a Freemason symbol, and the Latin underneath is a Freemason motto, meaning “new world order”. Many say that the decision to include this masonic symbol was not influenced by Freemasons – Benjamin Franklin being the only Mason on the design committee – but the coincidence remains fascinating all the same. 2
Anders Breivik was a Mason
Breivik – responsible for the 2011 mass murder in Norway – was a member of the Lodge of St. Olaf in Oslo. He was promptly excluded – but his degree of involvement within the organization is open for debate. 1
Masons played a key role in space exploration
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Some say that Masons have an agenda to take over the world – but some Masons seem to have their sights set on the moon. Astronauts in the Apollo program – including Buzz Aldrin – were self-professed Masons. Their rite flags have been to the moon and back, and Aldrin seems to have claimed the moon for his Masonic lodge in Texas. Some of these strange and scandalous secrets of the Freemasons are obviously urban legends, and should be taken with a grain of salt; but others seem to contain a degree of truth. One thing’s for certain – Masonry is by no means an outdated cult. It still has many active members who seem to be working for some purpose – even if we can’t all agree on what that is.