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Message Subject Is Ron Paul a free mason/illuminati? Serious question.
Poster Handle simultaneous_final
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Not a shill. In your opinion is any Mason who defends the Lodge a shill? If so, then guilty as charged, I guess but you'd defend your church, wouldn't you? You'd defend your University or your High School, right? You'd defend your company? Your family?
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Braindead Illuminati tool?
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Dude, the Illuminati that you speak of does NOT exist but in the minds of the paranoid or gullible. There really are some "grades" of adepts who call themselves "Illuminati" but they are not who you think they are. They are generally god-fearing good people that you would invite over for dinner.

Where do you guys get this crap? Do you really think I'm lying? That I'm shilling? That I'm here just to defend some deep dark secret? I could deny that (and I certainly DO) but it wouldn't help, would it? No matter what I say, you take it as a lie because you already have your "conclusion" picked out.

Let me ask you Mason-haters some things:

Has a Mason ever directly harmed you or a family member?

Have you ever heard DIRECT testimony from a trusted friend/family member that a Mason has done them physical harm or stolen from them?

Do you hold ALL Masons responsible for the bad things that individuals who HAPPENED to be Masons have done?

If you want to know about Masonry, ASK YOUR GRANDPA!!! Or your great uncle or something. They will tell you all about it. It's a place for GOOD MEN TO MEET and ****CONSPIRE*** ways to help others without anyone knowing it. When a house burns down, who puts $100 into the coat pocket of the survivor? When a woman's husband dies and there is no life insurance, who comes together for a collection? Sometimes it is a church. Other times, it is the Lodge. More often than not, it is BOTH.
 
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