May
06
2015

Rogue Masonic Police Scandal in California!

Yeah, like I’d pass this one up.

An aide to state Atty. Gen. Kamala D. Harris and two others are accused of operating a rogue police force that claimed to exist for more than 3,000 years and have jurisdiction in 33 states and Mexico, authorities said Tuesday.

Brandon Kiel, David Henry and Tonette Hayes were arrested last week on suspicion of impersonating a police officer through their roles in the Masonic Fraternal Police Department, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department.

The article goes on to note that the ‘MFPD’ says it derives its origin from the Knights Templar, which means that either the MFPD doesn’t know anything about Freemasonry, or the LA Times doesn’t, or both. Somebody, however, seems to have garbled or gotten confused Egyptian Freemasonry and (presumably) Scottish Rite Freemasonry: clearly, the order of the Knights Templar was not created over three thousand years ago. As I said on Twitter this morning: I really wonder what they’re teaching kids in school these days.

:pause:

What’s that? Oh, the fact that California AG Kamala Harris has somebody trying to establish a Masonic foothold in American law enforcement? …Dude, it’s California. They do weird stuff out there even when they’re not in a drought. Imagine how the state will get when everybody is thirsty all the time…

Moe Lane

PS: Note that I am not making fun of Masonry, per se. I am not one to judge. Besides, I believe that acting this openly is itself a violation of many Rites’ own internal rules…

6 Comments

  • JAB says:

    Clearly, they’ve been mind-controlled into giving an absurd story, in order to reduce the effectiveness of the state atty gen. Either that, or Jesus was a time traveler, setting up the roots of an secret organization thousands of years before his birth.

    • Luke says:

      Well, the founding myth of the Ancient and Accepted Order of Freemasons revolves around the creation of Solomon’s Temple.
      If one took it as factual instead of allegorical you could stretch the history of the Freemasons back 3000 years.
      But you’d have to be pretty oblivious. Especially because a great deal of the allegory is explicitly spelled out. Coincidentally, this is a trait commonly found among journalists and apparatchiks.
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      There are quite a few conspiracy theories tying together the Knights Templar and the Freemasons. And to be fair, the York Rite does exploit this to market itself. (Much like the Scottish Rite numbers their degrees in an unorthodox fashion. 32nd degree? Really?)
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      If you have questions about the organization, I can answer quite a few of them. Just not ones directly relating to rituals, and I really haven’t had time to delve into the red lodges much. (Quick explanation: York Rite, Scottish Rite, sundry others, and arguably the Shriners are red lodges. Everybody has the blue lodge in common, and you can only join the red lodges after completing the three degrees of the blue lodge.)

  • BigFire says:

    Remember, Kamala Harris wants to be my next Senator of my formerly great state of California.

    They really should be a bit more creative about this shadow outfit and call it Illuminati Outfit or Majestic Combine.

  • Luke says:

    I’m trying to decide whether the aides were completely insane, or whether this is another “wet streets cause rain” stories the media is so fond of putting out.
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    Sadly, I’m figuring it was the latter.

  • midwestconservative says:

    Who would’ve figured that Freemasonry would’ve been a political issue in the 21st century? Is it time to revive the Anti-Masonic party in CA? Might be the only thing that could revive the CA GOP’s fortunes.

  • phineasfahrquar says:

    “I believe that acting this openly is itself a violation of many Rites’ own internal rules…”

    They weer set up by the Bavarian Illuminati, who were in turn duped by the Girl Scouts.

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