Scanning the jobs section for the possibility of an admin-idioten free life, the following research post seemed like the honey pot of honey pots – a cultural history of the secret handshake??

Dodgy Dodgy Dodgy: ‘many thousands of young men have been introduced to Freemasonry through these two Lodges [Oxford and Cambridge], and they provided the inspiration for the Universities Scheme’. As blokey as Wee Willie Willets and his heinous kind.

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  • john hutnyk  On 05/04/2011 at 21:42

    And then I did some deep research…:

    ‘Karl Marx?
    An avowed atheist, Heinrich Karl Marx (1818/05/05 – 1883/03/14) would not have qualified for membership. There is no record of his having joined a regular lodge. Marx’s alleged masonic link stems from his involvement with the League of the Just.
    Friederich Engels (1820-1895) helped Marx transform this socialist secret society of émigré German workers into the Communist League when they held their first congress in London in June 1847. In 1848 he and Karl Marx were authorized to draft their statement of principles, “The Communist Manifesto.”
    Claims, such as that in None Dare Call it Conspiracy [p. 30], that this society was associated in any form with any Illuminati—or by extension, Freemasonry—are unfounded.
    The fact that almost forty years later Karl Marx’s daughter, Eleanor Morris, co-founded the Socialist League, and that the masonic fraud Theodor Reuss joined soon after [AQC Vol 91], does not prove that the earlier Communist League had anything to do with any Illuminati. Eleanor’s marriage to Theosophist lecturer and friend of Annie Besant, Edward Aveling, is also cited by Richard Wurmbrand as “proof” that Marx was a satanist.’



  • Geoffrey Prime  On 06/04/2011 at 12:09

    A criminal fraternity bound together by lies, maintained by child molestation and upheld by fear of exposure. Apparently they are wonderful to work for.


    • theolonius weisengrund  On 06/04/2011 at 16:35

      So maybe ‘blokey’ was a bit polite, but the same thing was meant.


  • Mr Tear  On 06/04/2011 at 19:42

    I might apply – sounds right up my street. Hope I’m not overqualified.


  • Geoffrey Prime  On 06/04/2011 at 21:28

    Watch this first:

    There’s a problem with selling your soul to the devil: he charges a very high interest rate.



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