Tuesday, January 27, 2009

... And the Great Architect is thus honored

Michael Hoffman's article began reasonably enough, by quoting the New York Times.

His story was a look into last week's Great Flub, when Justice John Roberts misquoted the Presidential Oath while swearing in President Obama.

Was Obama officially president at noon, or not until he actually took the Oath? Or was he not president until he properly repeated the Oath verbatim later? These are interesting questions, though not earthshaking except perhaps from a (now) historical point of view.

Or is there something more sinister going on, he wonders.

The Great Reveal only comes in the final few paragraphs.

Yep, it's a Masonic conspiracy!

Read it here.

And then read the comments following the article. Wingnuts from both sides of the axle have offered up their own conspiratorial tangents.

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  1. Bemjamin Latrobe eh... hmmm vey sketchy

  2. This doesn't interest me so much. What I liked about Obama was in the speech when he said, 'We are a nation of Jews and Christians, Muslims and Hindus, and NON-BELIEVERS'. I'm very surprised nobody is talking about that, at least that I've seen. We are a diverse country. Everyone deserves the right to believe how they want.

    Although history, documents, all the charges, and I disagree with the G.O. on what being a Mason requires, I support the right of someone to believe what they want. Even the K.K.K. took a page from the G.O. and admits atheists now. The G.O. and the K.K.K. walking hand-in-hand. Who would have thunk?

  3. It is the Stormfront White Nationalist that accepts atheists, and perhaps not the K.K.K. Sorry for the error, but it's a difficult to tell the difference between these White Supremacy jerks. The quote I liked was from a lawyer, 'In this country, you have the right to hate. You do not have the right to hurt.' So the G.O. has something in common with the Stormfront White Nationalist group, not the K.K.K.:


    They always have the Ron Paul connection too.

    I sure hope Obama is as good as he appears. I like him, but Shrub left the country in quite a mess. There's a lot to do.

  4. MNSN,
    Comparing the Grand Orient with the KKK is a stupid argument and you know it. C'mon, is this any way to start off 09?

    For what it is worth bring on the Athiests. I am excited at the prospect that someday we may actualy have a President who uses logic and reason for the basis of his decisions. A President who values this life and who isn't a member of a death cult. A president who doesn't pander to the Bible thumping idiot vote.

    That would be a great time in history for sure.

    BTW: Stormfront is an internet messageboard and not an organization. If you had taken the time to do your research you would have found that out.


  5. Magus wrote:
    "Comparing the Grand Orient with the KKK is a stupid argument and you know it."

    Magus. It's not an argument and you know it. I'm just having some Discordian fun! ;,) Lighten up. C'mon, is this any way to start '09?

    "I am excited at the prospect that someday we may actualy (sic) have a President who uses logic and reason for the basis of his decisions."

    It would be nice if you used them to base your decisions on. Being an atheist doesn't infer the use of any of those things, as you and some white supremacists readily prove. I thought it was cool that Obama included non-believers in his speech, and I don't think he's a 'bible thumper' nor that he panders to them. If he did, he wouldn't have included Muslims or non-believers.

    "Stormfront is an internet messageboard and not an organization."

    Sn internet messageboard is not an organization? It's stormfront.org org implying it should be if it is not. It certainly is an indicator of atheism in the white supremacy movement. If you had done your research, you would have found that they ARE indeed an organization that RUNS the Stormfront messageboard:


    "White supremacist groups boasted of a post-election surge of new members as well as overwhelming traffic to their websites. At least two hate groups – Stormfront and the Council of Conservative Citizens – said their websites crashed because of heavy traffic. Stormfront also claimed to have gained thousands of new members immediately after Obama was elected on Nov. 4. The League of the South, a neo-secessionist group, said it saw a surge in phone calls from potential members and that its web traffic increased sixfold."


    "The server for stormfront.org, the Web site of the ***world's largest white-supremacist organization***"

    Do your research. If you had you would have found out they ARE an 'organization. This is a lot of fun though, and thanks! It's hilarious to see you attempt to use 'logic and reason' without success. rotflmaoay!

  6. "In Freemasonry the god of the secret societies is covertly substituted for the One True God. This false god is identified in the masonic lodges as "the Great Architect."

    The mysterious man in the portrait who silently presides over the authentic inauguration of Barack Obama as Commander and Chief, is Benjamin Latrobe, the great architect of the U.S. Capitol."

    Society... 1, one, singular - Freemasonry. Not a secret society. Freemasonry does not have a god, God has Freemasonry.Freemasons refer to Him as The Great Architect of the Universe... not "The great Architect of the Capitol Building in Washington DC"

  7. I guess there is some interest. Obama acknowledges Christians, Jews, Muslims, Hindus and non-believers:


    Sorry to those left out, but better luck next time!


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