By Niki Raapana
March 25, 2007
Once upon a time there were thirteen British Colonies on the coast of North America who fired their British King. These notorious upstarts declared themselves sovereign men. A small group of educated British colonial subjects, using sound reason, Christianity, and Free & Accepted Freemasonry, wrote that they were free from bondage to any king. Some of them said that all men are born with the same exact unalienable rights. They asserted rights were not granted by a King, but came directly to each human being from their Creator in Heaven. This was all in treasonous defiance to the King's (and many Englishmen's) belief that only monarchs and aristocrats are born with the right to rule anybody.
Everyone in the Empire was subject to the King's Law. The King's Laws were tacked up on poles and walls across the lands. This is how the people learned of new decrees, land, animal and produce confiscations, conscriptions, taxes, wars, and any other thing they had to do or give up. Nobody could ever argue with the King's agents. The King did not allow it. If the King said you had to do something, then you had better just shut up and do it.
The very idea that common born peasants and merchants could rule themselves seemed, to the noble classes with their land and titles, a most ridiculous and dangerous idea that must be stopped. The French Revolution (with its Declaration of the Rights of Man) was modeled on the American Revolution by associates of the Americans, but their peaceful firing of their King was infiltrated by Jacobin Freemasons who introduced the guillotine and it turned into a bloody massacre.
In those years the British Empire was a vast war machine. Their upper classes were highly trained in the philosophies and experts in the arts of war, conquest, and ruling over conquered people. Much of the world was subjected to trading with the global empire; the British fought steadily for control of the world's trade routes. They dominated the oceans and they stole ships and sailors all the time.
Two hundred years earlier, Queen Elizabeth I had started the tradition of granting global trade monopolies to English and Dutch financiers. The Dutch and British East India Companies built offices around the globe. Their agents were surrounded by the same types of people who ruled in London (and later the Hague), i.e., the highborn, the military, and the inevitable academic experts, lawyers, spies, assassins, and religious officials. Since the East India Companies had offices in all the Empire's major ports, there is no evidence to suggest their agents in the Americas were not also surrounded by, shall we say, such "well-connected people."
Imagine if you were a part of this small group of men plotting to defy the powerful British Empire. What could it have been that gave them such courage? We understand that for years members of this group had been writing letters and complaining to their King. After decades of proving their ability at home rule (all with their own established governments) American colonial governors became weary of petitioning King George and Parliament for a redress of their grievances. Many American upper class subjects wanted full rights as British citizens. It was only the bravest among them who began talking of open rebellion and declared their independence from the whole concept of an empire.
Meetings had to be held in secret, their very lives were at stake. They had to absolutely trust each other to not ever disclose the plot. Treason against King George was a capital offense, and their lives could end with their head on the end of a pole. The only feasible way these men could have pulled off the biggest coup in the history of the western empires was they shared a membership in one of the secret societies active at that time. Their sacred honor pledge is in the first thing they published. Yet, for centuries afterward, freemasonry's role in the American Revolution was hidden from American students and left to speculation and doubt. In the early 19 h century British aristocrats began calling all educated American references to secret societies (or their international banking monopolies) a "conspiracy theory."
With the arrival of access to quick, free reference materials, the factual history of Freemasonry in the United States of America unraveled quickly before the public's eyes. It all became too easily available online. It was quite a revelation to the millions who used the internet to study history.
Suddenly average people could access libraries and archives from the most reputable and prestigious universities and collections in the world. Year after year more and more good information became available online. Obscure government documents were also obtainable through University Archives and the Freedom of Information Act of 1974. No longer was the British freemason's "conspiracy" based on speculations and obscure materials. Almost overnight, American awareness morphed into highly credible and referenced presentations. Patterns evolved that even the most skeptical couldn't deny existed.
Web-sites popped up all over the world designed by common people devoted to sharing their research with other commoners. Others made copies of these works and passed it onto their friends and family members who didn't use the internet. Books, videos, tapes, CDs and DVDs were purchased and widely shared among people whom themselves passed it onto others. It was in this way that the Americans and other nation's people began waking up to the plan.
To counter this mass awakening, the British societies created their own resistance organizations, passed laws against free exchanges of information on the internet, and became themselves the leaders of the opposition. It was a brilliant move and could easily have proved to be deadly to all nations, except for what has often been called "the healthy instincts of the plain man." Pushed by some unexplainable force, the American and British common people began to see through the British lies and started the long hard road of piecing together the broken threads of time, seeking the brutal and difficult truth about their own nations' histories. For many, at first, it seemed too arduous a task, especially when they learned of the century of British rewrites. Almost everyone was stuck for decades in the millions of dialectically contrived conflicts.
What became glaringly apparent to even the most uneducated commoners is that America is a series of incredible and conflicting events, many of which continue to be unexplained. It was finally disclosed there were in fact two main branches of freemasonry active in the American Colonies in 1776. The American Free & Accepted Masons and Scottish Rite of Masonry, (and in Bavaria, the captured and banished Illuminatti) were found to be all fully documented in official government papers. Even the Masonic Lodges began publishing wonderful online evidence that America's founding fathers were included in their membership lists. Some opened their archives and republished significant events.
Early thorough and genuine historical researchers showed first American President George Washington, a very religious man who prayed to God before he decided to cross the Delaware, was also a highly respected and ranking freemason. As it turned out, many of his officers were also freemasons, and he was assisted in his war efforts by Masonic Kings in France and Prussia (who both had a history of opposing British hegemony and their global free trade policies).
Other factors and organizations became known as more evidence came online. People learned of many different secret societies. After a while everyone understood there were warring groups within hundreds of secret socieities. Some groups plotted against Imperial Rulers while others plotted against the newly freed Americans (and the other upstarts in South America and the Middle East who declared independence from their respective empires). President Washington was found to have written letters of his concerns about the Bavarian Illuminatti's infiltration of the American Lodges. In his Farewell Address to the Nation in 1796, he warned of the many enemies trying to undermine the American system. Some Americans were initially astonished to learn that masons built (and signed) government buildings in Washington, D.C. ( masons may have built ancient structures from Egypt to Mexico, and many government-sponsored buildings in the United States). The Washington Monument was the most obvious of their designs.
Over the years The Holy Roman Empire denounced Freemasonry many times, even though the Church is reputed to have its own secret societies (most organized religious groups have their elite trained scholars, teachers, and professional spies). The Catholic Priests and Protestant Ministers were part of Imperialist expansionist policies, and many men of God had their merchant family connections. Under some Popes, Church members were absolutely forbidden from joining Light worshiping organizations and guilds. Thus, groups were often forced to go further underground.
Another area of history that came to light and made a big difference to people was the assassination of the last American President who appears to have endorsed the original American System of Law and Political Economy. William McKinley was elected to restore and expand the National Bank to small towns, amend the Tariff Act, and re-establish a gold or silver standard. He also originated the Trust busting laws his successor, V-P Theodore Roosevelt later claimed as his own. In 1901 President McKinley was shot in the Masonic Temple of Mvsik (menstrual blood) built for the World's Fair. His assailant said he shot him "for the working man." American blacks were pleased to learn the ambush was thwarted by an African-American man. Big Ben Parker attacked the would-be assassin and stopped him from firing a fatal shot. He saved the President's life, but McKinley was operated on by a gynecologist who had never performed surgery before, and "treated" at the home of one of the lawyers for the corporate monopoly he was in the process of breaking up. He died ten days after the surgery from blood poisoning. His assassin was convicted and hung a week later, and the case was closed. McKinley is buried in Canton Ohio in a Mausoleum with a very similar design to the Temple of Blood. McKinley is reported to have had a full Scottish Rite's Funeral with a Knight's Templar escort service.
In a bizarre twist of fate, the only secret society active in 1776 that disbanded after the Anti-Masonic Law and public sentiment against it was the original American/Prussian/French group. In 1836, some very smart freemasons created an Anti-Masonic Party to spilt the national vote to get their candidate Andrew Jackson elected. (Jackson quickly dismantled the National Bank but it still took another 87 years to establish an international banking system in the US.) After years of success and placing their members in key positions in government, education, and the military, the imperialists started publishing their plans openly in books and journals.
It was as if these conspirators thought they were immune to all scrutiny and future challenges. They flaunted their Agenda in the face of all free nations. They bought off scientists who made up theories to justify the need for global King's Laws. They planned innovative ways to confiscate property and to subdue their reclaimed subjects. They sacrificed common people from every race and culture and waged war on everything possible under the sun. Attacking everyone in their path was what caused their ultimate doom. Commoners united around the world against global domination by the Imperialists, in spite of the well-prepared smear campaigns and hate crime laws designed for use against people who uncovered the truth.
Evidence appearing online in the 21st century helped people to identify the traitors in their midst. Mainly using source documents published by the U.S., U.N., and Regional government agencies, they also used trusted universities and credible writers. By 2000, even the masonic ruled American press had to admit that both Party candidates in the presidential election belonged to the same secret society. For a hundred years British scholars and agents were able to fool the American people into thinking the conniving globalists' plan to rule the world was nothing but a conspiracy theory. But in the 21 st century, just as the plotters were in position to seize power, an unforseen series of events took place.
Fairytale references from the ACL website
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William McKinley was elected to restore and expand the National Bank to small towns, amend the Tariff Act, and re-establish a gold or silver standard.