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The Most Bizarre "Love Police" video I have seen. Some help interpreting?
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 29311787:MV8yMTQ2OTIzXzM2MzI2NjM1Xzc4MTIzREI3] [quote:DontBeAfraidEVER:MV8yMTQ2OTIzXzM2MzI2NTYyXzk5NDdFMjA4] Ive also seen the explanation videos, i think i saw pretty much all of it a few years ago. That story went back and forward, round and round, and then i just said fuck it :P I dont really know what to belive =) Ive gotten so used to this, to all these confusing storys, ive just accepted to learn what i want to learn and just leave the rest. Its an interesting and thoughtprovoking story, and i wouldnt refuse to know the truth, i sense that something is fishy but i dont know what it is :P [/quote] I do like the thought-provokingness, so just 'try' to keep an open, but critical, mind about it. ;) [/quote]
This video is one of the most bizarre and Masonic things that Charlie Veitch has posted.
link to www.youtube.com
The poet at the start (1:28) is pretty amazing. But he is standing in front of a Freemason Hall.
And Charlie's rants at the start and end of the video are completely contrary to his normal message, if they make any coherent sense at all.
Can anyone help me interpret?
Edit: Oh.. I see now.. it's a parody. Got me.
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