Wednesday, May 13, 2009

More New World Order Sabotage!

Apparently, Jeff Rense's show was pre-empted by a hacker yesterday. Just like Jones, who believes that every technical difficulty, phone foul-up, and hotel fire alarm is aimed at silencing him (as if it could actually be that easy), Rense is fairly certain the NWO goons pulled his show to silence guest Texe Marrs. Because we all know how wise and timely Marrs' information about Israel and Satanism is:

  • Helen Keller was a Satanist because the "I love you" sign she created symbolizes Satan's horns. Sign language was brought to America 60 years before Helen Keller was born. But she was a socialist, and I think that also equates to Satanism for Mr. Marrs.
  • The Fox media conglom was named for Satan, likened to a fox in the Bible. It's named for founder William Fox.
  • "The horrible truth - the ultimate secret - of the New Age is that children will eventually be taken away from their parents." He wrote that in his '89 book, Ravaged by the New Age. Still waiting.
  • "Laws are now being tested that will make traditional Judeo-Christian lifestyles illegal." Ditto.
  • "The goal of the Jewish Masonic elite is to establish dictatorial Illuministic Communism and to enslave all of mankind under the thumb of a Jewish master race led by a world messiah who is to rule from Jerusalem." Srsly? All six of the Jews who are also Masons are gonna rule the world?
  • How can Marrs tell who's a Mason and who isn't? It's simple: Masons always feel obligated to make arcane hand and/or leg symbols for no apparent reason. For instance, Pat Robertson was making the Masonic "Lion's Paw" hand signal on the cover of Time (Feb. 17, 1986). Don't be fooled by the fact that Robertson has a reputation for being an anti-Mason just like Marrs; that's just a cover! And clearly, when Michael Richards posed for the cover of Newsweek with the rest of the Seinfeld cast, he wondered to himself, "How can I make this as Masonic as possible? I know, I'll make a V shape with my leg! There's no way that could be misinterpreted!"
  • "An essential element in this grandiose plan is the Masonic plot to blow up and destroy Islam's golden-domed monument now sitting on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem..." Now how would he know that? "On the heap of its ruins, the Masons intend to build a Jewish Masonic temple where they and their satanically energized messiah shall worship and pay homage to the Egyptian double-headed eagle deity, Mammon-Ra, the god of money and prosperity." Tacking a Christian entity to an Egyptian god doesn't actually create a new god, Mr. Marrs. It's called "making sh** up."

Rense fails to explain why, if the Illuminati Zionist Devil-worshippers are hacking his show just to stifle Marrs, Marrs' own website is untouched, his sermons are still on Google Video, and none of the other shows on which Marrs has appeared recently have been sabotaged. But that's how the NWO maniacs work...their genius lies in the fact that nothing they do is logical. That's why it takes a genius like Jeff Rense to figure them out. Quick, get him back on the air before the free world collapses.


TK said...

I feel sorry for the Masons. They're such an inoffensive bunch, plagued by the fantasies of morons.

SME said...

I know. Between their philanthropy and their general harmlessness, I don't know what they've done to deserve such ire. Why not pick on Girl Scouts? They also meet in secret, and gawd knows what's in those cookies...

TK said...

I suspect it's because while they know the Masons would never get 'em, they're not so sure about the Girl Scouts.

SME said...

Good point. The Masons in my 'hood are so old they have to be escorted from their cars by great-grandsons, but Girl Scouts...well, they could mess a person up.

Anonymous said...

Regarding the Masons, they've really done nothing that calls for such discrimination. They tend to keep to themselves and despite the odd ritual, they're just regular people. Although sometimes there is the irregular fringe movement, such as the P2 lodge, but that's completely outside of the mainstream Masonic view.

SME said...

Some people just don't understand that secrecy doesn't always equal depravity. It's ironic with Jones, because he defends citizens' rights to privacy while insisting that fraternal and special interest orgs should be fully transparent, even if they're comprised mostly of private citizens. And he doesn't seem to understand that public figures are entitled to private lives.

Anonymous said...

Don't be so quick to write off these groups as harmless. When my son was 9 yrs. old he had a friend who's father was a high level Mason and the whole family-wife & kids-were involved as well (Eastern Star and DeMolay)
One evening after spending time at their home he told me about something that scared him. He had discovered one of the father's books left in the area he was waiting for his friend, and he looked at it to pass the time. Inside were drawings he described as evil and the devil, and he read things that sounded like witchcraft to him. It frightened him very much! I knew absolutely nothing about this organization but after this, I went online to try to learn. There are men who realized it was evil and left that society and reveal many dark secrets about it on their websites. After reading various testimonies of ex-members, they DO worship Satan. The lower levels (degrees) are left unknowing about it until they advance to a certain level. Research yourself and see the Masons are evil!

S.M. Elliott said...

My great-grandfather and my partner's grandfather were both high-level Masons. My great-granddad was a bit of a jerk, but neither man was interested in anything that could be remotely linked to witchcraft, Satanism, or occultism of any kind. They were both fairly devout Protestants with mundane hobbies and average, middle-class lifestyles and values. I know there have been many supposed ex-Masons who have horrifying stories to tell (usually for a fee), but those stories rarely stand up to scrutiny.

I myself own books that would freak out certain people. My grandmother once flipped when she saw me reading a book of myths that included a picture of the Minos Bull - she was convinced it was Satan.

Anonymous said...

Ive called in before. there was no call screening at all! I think you need to stop infighting with the movement. Alex Jones may be wrong about some things but everyone is entitled to there opinion and people make mistakes. Also at least he wakes people up to many important issues that need to be looked at. He also is for preserving the rights and freedoms of all people everywhere. Also he is one of the biggest supporters of 911 truth. He has made people realize that the WE have the power and WE can effect change in a positive peaceful manner, and violence is not the answer! You are completely wrong on about 99.9% of your info on this site. He also states over and over that he will not single out any group of people. Once again you are wrong. You need to open your eyes and ears and do some actual research before you start bashing someone that is just trying to make a difference. I am not a minion of Alex Jones...I am a person who has done the research and I agree with him on many of his opinions, and I want a free world without tyranny. I want the governments around the world to stop the bloodshed of innocent people. I want the attack on our god given rights and freedoms to end and be fully restored. I am for the people ... and I also think Alex Jones embodies these ideals. Even if what you are saying is true(and i am not saying it is)at least he has woken people up to the fact that everything is not what it seems, All humanity is beautiful, and he has ignited peoples souls again. At least now people question the actions of the government, instead of just going along with whatever they are told to believe and do in their everyday lives. We need to stop bashing each other and unify against the real threat. The treat of a criminal group trying to shape the world into a hellish police state.

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