Skip to comments.National Treasure it is NOT!
Posted on 11/29/2004 12:37:12 PM PST by BereanBrain
I believe National Treasure implies that Freemasons are a POSITVE influence on our country.
Anybody that knows the TRUTH about Freemasonry rather than the propaganda they wrap themselves in will NOT be takin in by the positive portrayal in this movie.
Please America, wake up, don't buy into the guys who brought "Seperation of Church/State" to America, model ISLAM as the highest truth (the Shriners), label the Holy Bible as "Furinture" in a lodge, and outlaw the name of "Jesus" in any lodge.
I know I will get flamed by 10,000 Masons and Mason supporters on this, but if you want to know the TRUTH read what was the only book given to EVERY mason until just recently - MORALS AND DOGMA by Albert Pike. it is 800 pages, but the truth about masonry can be found from their own lips.
BTW, Albert Pike is the BIG man in Masonry in the US - and he just also happened to found the KKK. Again, using religion to achieve his social purposes.
You're going to inject FACTS into the discussion???
You mean the Freemasons didn't really hide ten billion dollars in treasure in a giant storehouse built beneath a Manhattan cemetary? My faith in Hollywood is gone.
Or am I thinking of some other group?
I think you are generalizing a bit. Albert Pike might have been a Mason but so was George Washington, Paul Revere, Ben Franklin, Booker Washington, and Martin Luther King were Masons. Were they all part of the conspiracy?
I thought it was a great movie.
First thing I've seen come out of Hollywood in many years that made me want to crack open an American History book.
So, you give up? Would you care to debate issues or just assinate character?
I think I know your game
That's it - I'm reporting YOU tot he Illuminati - and they won't F*** around.
Prepare for probes. Write a will.
What a crock.
Shouldn't this thread be renamed, "National Treasure it is ZOT!"
That was my first thought upon reading the post... We'll see I guess LOL
Break out the tinfoil hats! By the way, you're right about the freemasons...George Washington was such a jerk!
Confederate General Nathan B. Forrest, if memory serves.
Funny way to lay bricks...
All I know is they have a great history of making good jars. I use 'em all the time!
That'd be an MRE.
Don't be juvenile. One doesn't need to buy-into the Masonic Order to enjoy the movie.
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