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William Cooper's Mystery Babylon: Part 27 In the Coils of the Coming Conflict (a

ired August 17th, 1993)

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Transcribed by wakingup72
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All around the world, once again, you are listening to the Hour of the Time. I'm
your host, William Cooper.

(opening music: [i]The Triumphal March[/i], written by Edvard Grieg)

[announcement of radio station broadcast]:

What you just heard, ladies and gentlemen, was [i]The Triumphal March[/i] from [
i]Sigurd Jorsalfar[/i] [translation: Sigurd the Crusader], conducted by [Ed] Gri
eg. And I played it because I got some wonderful news. It is a triumph, in a way
, at least I believe it is. I think you're all going to be happy, especially tho
se of you who live in the state of Florida, because you're not going to have to
pick through all the static on shortwave to hear the Hour of the Time anymore. I
n fact, we're going to be on a new radio station there, and it's sort of making
history in a way, because it's the first radio station in the United States, and
maybe even in the world, that's broadcast on the S-A-P, or [i]SAP[/i] channel,
the S-A-P channel. It's radio 27, WSAP, Fort Lauderdale, Florida. UHF TV 27, SAP
, Separate Audio Program, the executive offices are Skinner Broadcasting Incorpo
rated, 600 West Hillsboro Boulevard, Suite 27, Deerfield Beach, Florida, 33441-1
609. You can phone them, just in case you don't get this all written down in whi
ch you know, if you listen to this program, is a sin. You're not supposed to lis
ten to this program without a pad of paper and a pen or pencil. You're supposed
to write everything down. But here's the number: (305) 480-2727. All of you folk
s in Florida, you're going to want to call that number and found out, make sure
that you can get this program. (305) 480-2727. We'll be broadcast in stereo, fol
ks, in crystal clear stereo. You will love it, especially if you're used to hear
it in shortwave radio through all the static and the [inaudible] and the jammin
g and the teletype stuff and everything else that they tell me is out there inte
rfering. For release, August 16th, 1993, you're hearing this broadcast on Tuesda
y, our first broadcast on 27 was actually last night, folks, last night. Some of
you may have had your TV accidentally set on the SAP channel and you may have h
eard it. If you did, that's fine. If you didn't, you can hear it from now on. I
think it's too late when you hear this in Florida to get our broadcast tonight,
but you'll be able to listen to it tomorrow night in primetime. You don't even h
ave to stay up late anymore, folks. Isn't it wonderful? A new radio station, WSA
P, signed on the air Monday, August 16th, 1993. The first of its kind in the nat
ion. America's first radio station on television. "What," you say, "a radio stat
ion on television?" That's right, folks, you heard it correctly. Home of the all
-American talk show team, 24-hours a day, WSAP broadcast with 70,000 watts on th
e SAP, or separate audio program, channel over UHF TV 27, Fort Lauderdale.
Listeners may tune to the station in one of either two ways, so listen very care
fully. Write this down. If you live in Florida, you may hear your cable system r
ead to you right now. Here's how you can get the Hour of the Time on WSAP all ov
er the state of Florida. Number one, by tuning in to channel six on the followin
g cable systems: Continental Cable, Coral Springs Cable, Jones InterCable, TCI C
able of Hollywood, TCI Cable of North Dade, Gulf Pacific Cable of Weston, Bonn A
dventure and Gold Coast Cable, Miami Beach. Did you hear that, folks? We're goin
g to be at all the major hotels. After tuning to channel six on cable, then pres
s the SAP button on your TV or remote control to hear radio WSAP, the Hour of th
e Time.
Now, the second method by which you can receive WSAP is by connecting a UHF loop
antenna, which you can go down and get at Radio Shack, any Radio Shack, just te
ll them you want a UHF loop antenna, or an outside UHF antenna to the UHF antenn
a terminals on your television set, tuned to channel TV, or UHF TV channel 27, t
hen press the SAP button on your TV or remote control, and you will hear WSAP.
Skinner Broadcasting Incorporated, owner of TV 27, CBS broadcasting channel 26,
UCIX TV, over its main video and audio channel, and this will not change, folks.
WSAP will air informative and entertaining talk show host from around the natio
n, 24 hours a day. Hosts include William Cooper, the Hour of the Time, 8pm Monda
y through Friday night and more than a dozen hard-hitting programs dealing with
subjects like what really happened in Waco, how the North American Free Trade Ag
reement will ruin America, and the truth about the Federal Reserve System. These
broadcasts are not currently heard in south Florida, and according to Roger Ski
nner, station manager, we expect a lot of people will soon be talking about what
they heard on WSAP. Boy, that's an understatement, the Hour of the Time is libe
l to get them thrown out of Florida! (laughs) But this is great, folks. All of y
ou people living in Florida now, you don't have to stay up 'til midnight and tun
e in to staticky shortwave. If you have one of these cable services, or if you'r
e in the Fort Lauderdale area, or near Fort Lauderdale where you can receive the
ir 70,000 watt SAP transmission, you can just go down to Radio Shack and hook up
a UHF loop antennae on the outside of your TV set and pick us up loud and clear
And folks, this is just the beginning, because I have something else to tell you
. Beginning next week, we're going to be live on satellite and we'll be live on
WWCR from that point on. Now, on WSAP in Florida, those will be taped shows. We
will not be live, but we will be live on satellite and WWCR will be picking us u
p off satellite live and rebroadcasting Monday through Friday night at our regul
ar time. So that also is great news. The satellite is SpaceNet-3, for those with
a satellite dish, you can receive us in brilliant digital sound off of SpaceNet
3, channel 21, I believe it's 5.8 audio. But you can get that out of ...just lo
ok for Let's Talk Radio Network. That's Let's Talk Radio Network. It will be the
same time you've been listening to us on WWCR shortwave, and we will still be o
n WWCR shortwave. The only difference is we'll be live; we'll be taped in Florid
a. So, even though you'll be listening to the program in Florida, a program that
takes in live calls, in Florida, you will not be able to call because you will
actually be listening to a taped program of a previous program, or whatever. So
that's great news, folks. Remember, we're starting on WSAP last night [sic] in F
lorida, last night! We're already on the air there, and we're starting next week
on satellite, Space Net 3, channel 21, and I believe it's 5.8 audio. If we're n
ot on 5.8, just go up and down the audio scale until you find us or you can just
look it up on SatMagazine.
So that's all the great news, folks, and I hope you're just as happy as I am bec
ause I'm tickled pink. I'm so happy, I don't know what to do with myself, and it
's going to keep me very busy. Of course, expenses are going way up. Our sponsor
s are picking up the cost of the satellite and the air time, but we're having to
purchase an awful lot of expensive equipment so we'll be able to take your call
s on the air, live. Now, we're not going to do it all the time, but we are going
to do it, and we need your help, folks. We need donations to pay for all this e
quipment. We need a thousand dollars to pay for what's called a compressor. Now,
I really don't know what that means but, in order to take phone calls, in order
to send this broadcast live to the satellite uplink station, we need something
that's called a compressor, and that costs a thousand dollars. It's nine hundred
and something dollars is the actual price. So, we need donations, we need to pu
rchase that piece of equipment. We need to purchase another...well, we need to p
urchase a whole bunch of stuff. Altogether, it's going to cost us right around f
ive thousand...a little over five thousand dollars. We will appreciate your cont
ributions. All your contributions will go to pay for equipment only. So please,
folks, sit down and write out a check or send us a money order...

(William Cooper continues request for contributions and talks about [i]Backwoods
Home Magazine[/i])

OK, let me read this article to you. This article is...(laughs) really funn
y. It's called, "No Ideology, No Agenda," and it's kind of a spoof. And Dave Duf
fy has written up here: "We're delighted to give this issue's editorial space ov
er to P.J. O'Rourke, who delivered these comments to a gathering of the Cato Ins
titute, a free-market think tank. O'Rourke has authored several books, including
[i]Parliament of Whores[/i], a best-seller about the United States government."
Congress, in particular...and this article is reprinted with permission from th
e July 1993 [i]American Spectator[/i]:
[i]The Cato Institute has an unusual political cause -- which is no political ca
use whatsoever. We are here tonight to dedicate ourselves to that cause, to dedi
cate ourselves, in other words, to...nothing.
We have no ideology, no agenda, no catechism, no dialectic, no plan for humanity
. We have no "vision thing," as our ex-president would say, or, as our current p
resident would say, we have no Hillary.
All we have is the belief that people should do what people want to do, unless i
t causes harm to other people. And that had better be clear and provable harm. N
o nonsense about second-hand smoke or hurtful, insensitive language, please.
I don't know what's good for you. You don't know what's good for me. We don't kn
ow what's good for mankind. And it sometimes seems as though we're the only peop
le who don't. It may well be that, gathered right here in this room tonight,are
all the people in the world who don't want to tell all the people in the world w
hat to do.
This is because we believe in freedom. Freedom -- what this country was establis
hed upon, what the Constitution was written to defend, what the Civil War was fo
ught to perfect.
Freedom is not empowerment. Empowerment is what the Serbs have in Bosnia. Anybod
y can grab a gun and be empowered. It's not entitlement. An entitlement is what
people on welfare get, and how free are they? It's not an endlessly expanding li
st of rights -- the "right" to education, the "right" to health care, the "right
" to food and housing. That's not freedom, that's dependency.[/i] [William Coope
r: And most people never learn that!] [i]Those aren't rights, those are the rati
ons of slavery -- hay and a barn for human cattle.
There is only one basic human right, the right to do as you damn well please. An
d with it comes the only basic human duty, the duty to take the consequences.
So we are here tonight in a kind of anti-matter protest -- an unpolitical undemo
nstration by deeply uncommitted inactivists. We are part of a huge invisible pic
ket line that circles the White House twenty-four hours a day. We are participan
ts in an enormous non-march on Washington -- millions and millions of Americans
not descending upon the nation's capital in order to demand nothing from the Uni
ted States government. To demand nothing, that is, except the one thing which no
government in history has been able to do -- [and that is] leave us alone.
There are just two rules of governance in a free society:
[One,] Mind your own business.
[And two,] Keep your hands to yourself.
Bill [Clinton], keep your hands to yourself. Hillary, mind your own business.
We have a group of incredibly silly people in the White House right now, people
who think government works. Or that government would work, if you got some real
bright young kids from Yale to run it.
We're being governed by dorm room bull session. The Clinton administration is ov
er there right now pulling an all-nighter in the West Wing. They think that, if
they can just stay up late enough, they can create a healthy economy and bring p
eace to former Yugoslavia.
The Clinton administration is going to decrease government spending by increasin
g the amount of money we give to the government to spend.[/i] [Makes sense, does
n't it?]
[i]Health care is too expensive, so the Clinton administration is putting a high
-powered corporate lawyer in charge of making it cheaper. (This is what I always
do when I want to spend less money -- hire a lawyer from Yale.) If you think he
alth care is expensive now, wait until you see what it costs when it's free.
The Clinton administration is putting together a program so that college graduat
es can work to pay off their school tuition. As if this were some genius idea. I
t's called getting a job. Most folks do that when they get out of college, unles
s, of course, they happen to become governor of Arkansas.
And the Clinton administration launched an attack on people in Texas because tho
se people were religious nuts with guns. Hell, this country was founded by relig
ious nuts with guns. Who does Bill Clinton think stepped ashore on Plymouth Rock
? Peace Corps volunteers? Or maybe the people in Texas were attacked because of
child abuse. But, if child abuse was the issue, why didn't Janet Reno tear-gas W
oody Allen?
You know, if government were a product, selling it would be illegal.
Government is a health hazard. Governments have killed many more people than cig
arettes or unbuckled seat belts ever have.
Government contains impure ingredients -- as anybody who's looked at Congress ca
n tell you.
On the basis of Bill Clinton's 1992 campaign promises, I think we can say govern
ment practices deceptive advertising.
And the merest glance at the federal budget is enough to convict the government
of perjury, extortion, and fraud.
There, ladies and gentlemen, you have the Cato Institute's program in a nutshell
: government should be against the law.
Term limits aren't enough. We need jail.[/i]
Again, that was written by P.J. O'Rourke.

(William Cooper continues to talk about [i]Backwoods Home Magazine[/i])

Oh boy, you know, I'm just so happy about going up on satellite and about going
into 500,000 new homes in Florida, and we began that last night. This's
just incredible, I don't know what to do with myself. I'm going to have to take
a deep breath and settle down here and just sort of get everything together or I
'm probably going to screw something up...
Now, remember, when we're on satellite, we're going to be doing some live shows
where you'll be able to call in and talk to me on the air. Let me give you that
number right now. This is a number where, twenty-three hours out of every day, y
ou can fax me anything you want to fax me. That's twenty-three out of every twen
ty-four hours, you can fax me anything you want to fax me. So now you have a con
duit to deliver information directly to the Hour of the Time with a fax machine.

(Gives information about faxing)

It's time to take our break, folks. Don't go away, I'll be right back after this
very brief pause.

(few seconds of silence)

I'm back, and I'm happy. Boy, am I happy, and I want you to be happy, too, folks

(William Cooper does a commercial for Swiss America Trading)

(break music: unknown classical piece - continuation of [i]The Triumphal March[/


Well, folks, I'm going to take you one step further in your education tonight. I
am holding in my hands, dear listeners, an old, very old book, published in 188
3 in Philadelphia by Collins & McDill. The name of this book is [i]In the Coils;
or, The Coming Conflict[/i]. Again, the book was published in 1883 in Philadelp
hia by Collins & McDill. The title is [i]In the Coils; or, The Coming Conflict[/
i], by E.B.G. This is the second edition, which means there was an edition befor
e this. And there is a quote here by Wendell Philips, who says, "This is the nex
t great question the nation must take up and decide." And this book, ladies and
gentlemen, is priceless, for it was originally copyrighted in 188
2 -- actually, not copyrighted, but entered, according to an Act of Congress, in
1882 by A.P. McDill in the office of the librarian of Congress at Washington, D
.C. So if you can't find this anywhere else, it is in the Library of Congress.
This is about one man's battle with Freemasonry, and I'm going to read to you a
letter, which begins on page 237. This letter is written by Dr. Groves and sent
to a Mr. Dover:

(start of quote)
BRANDON, May 18th, 18--.
My Dear Friend: -- I have delayed a reply to your note in order that I might be
able to answer both your questions fully and with some degree of certainty.
I am glad to be able to say that I am personally acquainted with your nephew, an
d that I highly esteem him. I have consulted several influential men in our vill
age, and we all agree in our opinion of Bates and his prospects in this precinct
. So I can answer both of your questions together and use the plural "we" and "o
ur," instead of showing you mine opinion alone.
We believe Bates to be the best candidate in the field as yet, and it is possibl
e that he will have our hearty support.
We are not altogether satisfied with any of our candidates; but we do not expect
to find one that will suit us in every particular. We may consistently support
a person and yet have some objection to him. So in regard to Bates. We have on s
erious objection to him, but whether that will be in our way of supporting him d
epends on circumstances. I suppose you want a plain statement of the whole matte
r rather than any uncertain and flattering promises, and I will not be kept back
by fear of offending you, or by a desire for office or popularity, from stating
clearly our objection to Bates, and the circumstances in which he may probably
expect our support.
We do not object to his abilities, moral character, republicanism, relatives or
general fitness for the place. We appreciate him for all these. Our only objecti
on to him is, that by certain and numerous oaths which he considers binding, (we
do not, however,) he has pledged his support to a monopoly which is more powerf
ul and dangerous than those which he professes to oppose, and has sworn his alle
giance to a government which claims supremacy over all other authority whether o
f church or state. In a word, as we are informed, Mr. Bates is a Freemason.
Now we know that everyone who enters the lodge swears "to support the constituti
on of the Grand Lodge of the state, and to conform to the laws of any lodge of w
hich he shall be a member, and also to obey all regular signs, summons or tokens
from any Mason or body of Masons." Now whatever he may be told before taking th
is oath, after he does so he is taught that the authority of the lodge is absolu
te, the covenant is irrevocable, and its obligations are supreme.
In [i]General Ahiman Rezon; or, [The] Freemason's Guide[/i] we read: "The candid
ate, entering the lodge, is on the point of binding himself voluntarily, [i]abso
lutely and without reservation forever[/i]."
Webb's [i]Monitor[/i] says: "The covenant is irrevocable. Even though a Mason ma
y be suspended or expelled, though he may withdraw from the lodge, journey into
countries where Masons cannot be found, or become a subject of despotic governme
nts that persecute, or a communicant of bigoted churches that denounce Masonry,
he cannot cast off or nullify his Masonic covenant. No law of the land can affec
t it; no anathema of the church can weaken it. It is irrevocable."
Again, this same Masonic author says: "The first duty of the reader of this syno
psis is to obey the edicts of this Grand Lodge. Right or wrong, his very existen
ce as a Mason hangs upon obedience to the power immediately set above him. Failu
re in this must infallibly bring down [i]expulsion[/i], which as a Masonic death
, ends all. The one unpardonable crime in a Mason is [i]contumacy[/i], or disobe
Although it takes much space in my letter, let me give you more testimony, with
the names of the witnesses, who are all eminent members of the order and high in
authority and some of whose works are in nearly every lodge, and necessarily ha
ve some effect on the members:
"That this surrender of free will to Masonic authority is [i]absolute[/i], (with
in the scope of the landmarks of the order), and [i]perpetual[/i], may be inferr
ed from an examination of the emblem (the Shoe or Sandal) which is used to enfor
ce this lesson of resignation." [That's from the] Morris [i]Dictionary of Freema
"Disobedience is so subversive of the ground work of Masonry, in which obedience
is so strongly inculcated, that the Mason who disobeys subjects himself to seve
re penalties." -- Ibid.
"A Grand Lodge is invested with power and authority over all the craft within it
s jurisdiction. It is the Supreme Court of Appeals in all Masonic cases, and to
its decrees unlimited obedience must be paid by every lodge [i]and every Mason[/
i] situated within its control. The government of Grand Lodges is, therefore, co
mpletely despotic. While a Grand Lodge exists, its edicts must be respected and
obeyed [i]without examination[/i] by its subordinated lodges." [That's from] Mac
key, [i]Lexicon of Freemasonry, page 183[/i].
"For ourselves, we deny as Masons that any civil government on earth has the rig
ht to divide or curtail Masonic jurisdiction when once established. It can only
be done by competent Masonic authority and in accordance with Masonic usage." --
[From the] [i]Grand Lodge Report[/i].
"A 'due summons' from the lodge or Grand Lodge is obligatory upon him, and shoul
d he refuse obedience he will be disgracefully expelled from the society with pu
blic marks of ignominy that can never be erased." -- [That's from the] Morris [i
]Dictionary of Freemasonry, page [number] 29[/i].
"Disobedience and want of respect to Masonic superiors is an offense for which t
he transgressor subjects himself to punishment." -- [That's from] Mackey, [i]Mas
onic Jurisprudence, page 511[/i].
"Hence we find that the Master's authority in the lodge is as despotic as the su
n in the firmament which was placed there by the Creator, never to deviate from
its accustomed course, till the declaration is promulgated that time shall be no
more." -- [That's from Oliver's] [i]Signs and Symbols of Freemasonry, page 142[
"Treason and rebellion also, because they are altogether political offences, can
not be inquired into by a lodge; and although a Mason may be convicted of either
of these acts in the courts of his country, he cannot be masonically punished;
and notwithstanding his treason or rebellion his relation to the lodge, to use t
he language of the old charges, remains indefeasible." -- [That's from Mackey's]
[i]Masonic Jurisprudence, page 510[/i].
[William Cooper]: Now, I'm going to read that again and I want you to pay close
"Treason and rebellion also, because they are altogether political offences, can
not be inquired into by a lodge; and although a Mason may be convicted of either
of these acts in the courts of his country, he cannot be masonically punished;
and notwithstanding his treason or rebellion his relation to the lodge, to use t
he language of the old charges, remains indefeasible." -- [That's from Mackey's]
[i]Masonic Jurisprudence, page 510[/i].
"There is no duty more forcibly enjoined in Masonry than that of warning a broth
er or danger impending to his person or interests. To neglect this is a positive
violation of obligation, and destroys any person's claim to be entitled a Mason
." -- [That's from Morris'] [i]Dictionary of Freemasonry, page [number] 325[/i].
"The powers and privileges of the Master of a lodge are by no means [i]limited[/
i] in extent." -- [That's from Chase's] [i]Digest of Masonic Law, page 380[/i].
"As a presiding officer the Master is possessed of extraordinary powers, which b
elong to the presiding officer of no other association." -- [That's from] Mackey
, [i]Masonic Jurisprudence, page 344[/i].
"The system of Masonic law has little of the republican or democratic spirit abo
ut it." [That's from] Morris, [i]Webb's Freemason's Monitor, revised edition, pa
ge 195[/i].
"'Once a Mason, always a Mason -- once a Mason everywhere a Mason. However indep
endent wither as individuals or as lodges, whether grand or subordinate -- and w
e are each and all truly free and uncontrolled by anything save our ancient laws
and constitution -- yet no Mason can be a foreigner to another Mason. We are al
l equal citizens of one common government, having equal rights, equal privileges
and equal duties; and in which government, thank God, the majority does not gov
ern. For our order in its very constitution strikes at the root of that which is
the very basis of popular government. It proclaims and practices, not that the
will of the masses is wise and good, and as such to be obeyed; not that the majo
rity shall govern, but that the law [[i]i.e.[/i], above mentioned ancient law] s
hall govern. Our tenet is not only that no single man but that no body of men (h
owever wise of numerous), can change in any degree one single landmark of our an
cient institution. Our law is strictly organic; it cannot be changed without bei
ng destroyed. You may take a man to pieces, and you may take a watch to pieces;
but you cannot alter his organs and put him together again as you do the time ke
eper. Masonry is the living man, and all other forms of government mere convenie
nt machines, made by clever mechanics, for regulating the affairs of state. Not
only do we know no North, no South, no East and no West, [i]but we know no gover
nment save our own. To every government save that of Masonry, and to each and al
l alike, we are foreigners[/i]; and this form of government is neither pontifica
l, autocratic, monarchial, republican, democratic nor despotic; it is a governme
nt [i]per se[/i], and that government is Masonic. We have nothing to do with for
ms of government, forms of religion, or forms of social life. We are a nation of
men only bound to each other by Masonic ties, as citizens of the world, and tha
t world the world of Masonry; brethren to each other all the world over, foreign
ers to all the world beside.'
"The above is a Masonic address in a nut-shell; it is the compressed essence of
Masonic life." -- [It's taken from the] [i]Missouri Grand Lodge Report for 1867[
What a remarkable array of Masonic testimony! And yet the half has not been told
. I might go on almost indefinitely showing its foul, treasonable and anti-repub
lican nature, as legibly portrayed under these extracts from standard Masonic pu
blications. The above sentences are complete quotations and not garbled. They ar
e concise and plain. The language is authoritative. Masonic superiors never argu
e with subordinates. They dictate.
No wonder a most prominent member admits the following: "There is no charge more
frequently made against Freemasonry that that of its tendency to revolution and
conspiracy, and to political organizations which may affect the peace of societ
y or interfere with the rights of government." [Taken from] Mackey, [i]Mystic Ti
e of Freemasonry, page 43[/i].
Remember, my friend Dover, that I am not speaking of your nephew's personal view
s of the supremacy of the lodge, nor saying what he would do if he should find t
hat some of the laws, summons or orders of the lodge should conflict with his du
ties to the government, but merely showing you what the lodge, according to its
standard authors, claims, and what every Mason has sworn to perform. If Mr. Bate
s should go to congress and then find in some cases that he must violate either
his official oath or Masonic Obligation, I do not say which he would consider bi
nding; but I do say, for I know, that the lodge by its writers, its lecturers an
d its decrees declares that its obligations are supreme, its authority above all
civil authority, and obedience to his superiors the first duty of every Mason.
If eminent members know and tell the truth about their own order, if Grand Lodge
reports can be believed, there can be no doubt on this point. Please read again
carefully what these have said, yes, dared to print, and you will see our objec
tion to sending Bates to congress, or electing him or any Mason to any office un
til he renounces his allegiance to the lodge. Do you think that we demand too mu
ch? Every other foreigner, before he is allowed even to vote, must renounce his
allegiance to the government under which he was born, and to which perhaps he ha
s never sworn or acknowledged obedience. We require of him, and properly, the fo
llowing obligation:
"I do declare an oath that it is [i]bona fide[/i] my intention to become a citiz
en of the United States, and to renounce and abjure forever all allegiance and f
idelity to all and every foreign prince, potentate, state and sovereign, and par
ticularly [William Cooper: blank, fill in whatever country he came from], of who
m I am a subject."
Is it then right for free citizens of this country to vote into any office a per
son who has sworn and still lives under and acknowledges allegiance to another -
- a monarchial and a despotic government? Has not the Grand Lodge of one state,
in consistency with the general teaching of Masonry declared that all its member
s are foreigners to our government? Let us then consider them as such; and our g
overnment also should consider them as such, and forbid them to hold office, sit
on the jury, or even to vote until they take the oath prescribed for other fore
When I tell you that the "Most Puissant Sovereign Grand Commander of the United
States," of whom every Mason in the country is a sworn subject, is an ex-confede
rate general, whose rebel hands are deeply dyed by the crimson blood of loyal ci
tizens, and who at one battle of the late war led a brigade of Indians against t
he boys in blue, who, by these cruel savages, were murdered, scalped and mutilat
ed in a manner too barbarous for description, you will see more force in this ar
gument. And why was not the arch traitor, the leader of the rebellion, hung when
captured? He and the president of the United States and many congressmen and ju
dges were Royal Arch Masons, and had sworn each to the following:
"Furthermore, do I promise and swear, that I will aid and assist a companion Roy
al Arch Mason when engaged in any difficulty; and espouse his cause so far as to
extricate him from the same, if in my power, whether he be right or wrong."
Is it not reasonable then to suppose that these men, who had sworn to fulfill th
eir duties as civil officers, chose rather to obey Masonic obligations and extri
cate a rebel from his difficulty? This is the only explanation of this strange e
vent which is worthy of any consideration. And it is made more certain when we r
emember that, according to Mackey's [i]Jurisprudence[/i], "Treason and rebellion
also, because they are altogether political offenses, cannot be inquired into b
y the lodge."
These facts concerning the oaths and teachings of the lodge will explain many ot
her strange things in the history of our country. They will often explain why so
me improper person is nominated and elected to some office, or the illegal conte
stant is given the seat, or a criminal is acquitted or pardoned, and perhaps pro
moted. Why was our present representative, who you say has not brains enough to
be a pettifogging lawyer, and who is notoriously dishonest, sent to congress? Wh
y was he nominated by our party? In answer to this question [i]The Wasp[/i], who
se editor is an anti-monopolist, but also inconsistently a Mason, says: "Because
, as the superintendent of our main railway told a prominent man before the conv
ention which nominated him, the present incumbent was this company's most availa
ble candidate because he was high up in Masonry." Thus he admits that the lodge
is used for the purpose of securing improper nominations and electing to office
unworthy men, and certainly implies that it is used to control them while in off
ice. So you see our objection to any Mason going to congress, and our only objec
tion to the nomination of Mr. Bates. The one condition on which we will give him
our united and hearty support is that he goes before the clerk of the United St
ates Court and takes the oath required of all foreigners, inserting the word Fre
emasonry in the blank.
I have given you freely and honestly a lengthy statement of this case; but if th
ere is anything further you desire to know I would be glad to answer your inquir
es. I should be glad to receive a visit from you at any time.
Warren Groves.
N.R. Dover, Princeton.

(end of quote)
Ladies and gentlemen, I hope you understand the import of what I have just read
to you, and I hope that you understand that many of the leaders in the patriot c
ommunity are Freemasons. They are sworn to the order, to their one-world governm
ent of which they only are citizens. And they have no allegiance to any other go
vernment, organization, oath, creed or their own writings, their o
wn word. Everything that I have quoted that was written in this letter was writt
en or published prior to 1882. The farther back you go in history, the more trut
h you can read in their words, for they have learned that some of us are smarter
than they think. And now, they conveniently delete some of this from their mode
rn writing, but even in their modern writing you can find enough to incriminate
and hang them all. The confederate general discussed in this letter by Dr. Grove
s is none other than Albert Pike.
And to show you that they are everywhere controlling everything and that you are
being brainwashed, when is the last time that you really listened to [i]Star Tr
ek[/i]? When is the last time you really listened to the message of [i]Star Trek
[/i]? When is the last time that you understood the people portrayed in [i]Star
Trek[/i] owned no private property? (laughs) And that everything in that series
is Marxism? Pure Socialism, pure and simple. And what is the message of [i]Star
Trek[/i]? Go rent the movies and the series and watch them, one by one, starting
with the [i]Star Trek[/i] movie and ending with the last one that was made, and
you very quickly come to your senses. Especially when you realize that Captain
James T. Kirk, when he came upon the scene, relieved one Captain Albert Pike. Th
e initials of James T. Kirk backwards are K.T.J., the Knights of the Temple of J
erusalem. Lt. Colonel James "Bo" Gritz is a 32nd degree Freemason of the Scottis
h Rite.
Get your heads out of your collective asses. Good night, and God bless you all.

(closing music: Unknown classical piece - continuation of [i]The Triumphal March