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Message Subject Freemason scumbags, you won't win
Poster Handle K.Kool
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No wonder they like to hide, that one rabid guy 'coming out'
on GLP has opened my eyes to to the true nature of the spiritual warfare that is happening.

Thread: To the "Religious"

It is a very real war, centuries old, with the highest stakes of all, because the outcome will affect every person and the future shape of the world.
The inner circle of freemasons are the infamous illuminati,
who seek to control the world, to have one of them close to all world leaders, including in the Catholic Church, who is its biggest enemy and the biggest stumbling block and threat to their plans.

No wonder there is so much anti-Catholic ranting and lies
on GLP, and in the wider world, too!

In the spiritual war, that has enormous material outcomes, GLP is a major battlefield.
 Quoting: K.Kool

If you had ANY grasp of reality, then you'd know that the Catholic church is actually RESPONSIBLE for modern freemasonry!

For crying out loud, the very FOUNDER of the Illuminati was a JESUIT! Research the Knights of Templar, and the Knights of Malta!

Throughout history the Papacy has FEIGNED being "enemies" with Freemasonry. That's how these deceivers work. They control it all, but act as if they are at odds. Therefore able to blame the NWO conspiracy on it's FRONT group, or "blame absorber", while remaining "innocently" in the background.

You need some SERIOUS work to get yo out of the deception that the Papacy has masterfully put over on you.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 21657648


"Weishaupt was born of Westphalian parents at Ingolstadt (Bavaria), on 6 February, 1748, and lost his father in 1753. Although educated at a Jesuit school, he fell early under the influence of his free-thinking godfather, the director of the high-school of Ickstatt, to whom he owed his appointment as professor of civil law at the University of Ingolstadt in 1772. He was the first layman to occupy the chair of canon law at this university (1773), but, in consequence of the growing rationalistic influence which he exerted over the students both in his academic capacity and in his personal intercourse with them, he came into ever sharper collision with the loyal adherents of the Church and with those who were influential in government circles."

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