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Two Freemasons' lodges operating secretly at Westminster

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I was always struck by the similarity in looks between Aliester Crowley and Winston Churchill.
Aleister Crowley is the father of Barbara Bush, according to the internet, the photographs are an interesting comparison, a few sites debunk it, who knows, I do believe physiognomy has some basis in fact, and can reveal a distinct type of personality or aspects of a type of personality. I can only post a link to this.

Google Afbeeldingen resultaat voor http://i889.photobucket.com/albums/ac98/77forever/Gifs/bcpictureproof.jpg
 
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Talk of banning such groups seems ridiculous to me. If a group of men want to freely associate, discuss ideas and devise plans then on what basis should they be banned? I do the exact same with my friends and family, but in smaller numbers. What newspapers call 'secrecy' should correctly be labelled privacy.

There is nothing inherently wrong with the structure of their organisation as far as I'm concerned and its nothing I haven't technically done myself.

In fact, the Freemasons have the right idea from my perspective. Form tight-nit groups and agitate for what you want? Everyone should be doing this. Our disenfranchisement relies on our continued atomisation. Hostility towards 'secret' groups is projection of our own lack of power and organisation.

A boardroom meeting shares many similarities to a Freemason meeting when you break it down and many would erase this site too, if given the opportunity. Should we be banned from communicating with eachother through public and private channels? Or are we precluded since we're just useless plebs with no influence, unlike a group of Freemasons in dresses!
 
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The freemasons have to many ulterior motives , they should be taken out and ....taken out
 
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