Please dont come here and talking your silliness 'guest'. You would prefer the abstract entity of capitalism or fascism? A joke position and argument at all times. Freemasonry is the driving force behind all social movements. Examine the relationship of freemasonry to left right fascism and you will come to a very different conclusion. According to Gramsci (a very notable and respected Marixst) freemasonry was the organising centr of all the traditional forces supporting the state. You need to read my earlier posts before you come here talking your shit.
By the way another interpretation of the word G-ORE is the ORE of G or ORGY.
God bless you for your Kind words Nihda. You are obviously a soldier and ready to fight. Your research of the freemasonry of Portugal sounds fascinating. The same story of Masonic subversion is repeated in every country throughout history. Please read pages 1, 2 and 3 of this thread, all the relevant information including the reference to Bakunin lodge membership is included, plus lots of supporting information. Short of a photograph with Bakunin dressed with blindfold and one trouser rolled up I don’t know what further proof we should expect.
Each time i suspect more and more that Comunism, Fascism, and Anarchism were all created or "supported to be controlled" by the freemasons secret societies...
You are correct 100% and I couldn’t agree more with you when you said. This is the exact same conclusion all my research and life experience leads me to. As you said:
they play in ALL SIDES, to get ALWAYS VICTORIOUS...
Freemasonry is a red herring only for those who wish to remain asleep. But the fool who went by the name of ZOMG SEEKRIT HANDSHAKES! Was correct about one thing, that it is important to read all sources of information including that which eminated from freemasons, but what they say in their books and what they were really about are two different things.
Regarding some of the earleir points made. Bakunins freemasonry is well documented down to his registration at the below mentioned lodge.
Mikhail Bakunin, Russian revolutionary, Lodge Il Progresso Sociale, Florence 1864
(Bakunin and the Italians, T. R.Ravindranathan,, McGill-Queen's University Press, 1988)
His hobnobing with prominent Italian masons of the time is also well documented, they even call themselves a brotherhood.
“The Italian anarchist movement virtually begins with Bakunins arrival.
I have shown already how in Florence Bakunin finally abandoned his early pan-Slavism and adopted anarchism as his revolutionary doctrine; as a consequence, the birth of anarchism in Italy co-incided with the birth of the international anarchist movement in its rudimentary prototype, the Florentine Brotherhood. I have also told what little is known of that short-lived organization, and I have described its successor, the International Brotherhood, as an event in Bakunin’s life and in the international development of anarchism. Here I shall discuss the International Brotherhood in so far as it can be regarded as an Italian movement.
In the constitutional documents drawn up by Bakunin and his immediate associates, the Italian section of the brotherhood was variously called La Societa per la Rivoluzione Democratica Sociale and La Societa dei Legionari della Rivoluzione Sociale Italiana. There is no reason to suppose that these were separate organizations; Bakunins passion for high sounding titles is enough to explain the duplication. The high command of the society seems to have co-incided roughly with Bakunins central committee of the international brotherhood in Naples. Several members of this caucus of initiated militants were later to play considerable parts in anarchist history. Giuseppe Fanelli, a veteran of 1848, was actually a deputy of the Italian parliament, but he fell so far under Bakunin’s spell that later he went on a strange but successful mission to convert the Spanish masses to anarchism. Saverio Friscia, a Sicilian homoepathic physician, was also a member of the Chamber of deputies, but more important to the international brotherhood as a thirty-third degree Freemason with great influence with the lodges of southern Italy. Carlo Gambuzzi, a Neapolitan lawyer, was to become a close personal friend Bakunin and the Lover of his wife Antonia, as well as remaining for many years as active leader of the Italian anarchist movement.
The last important member of this early elite was Alberto Tucci, another young Neapolitan lawyer.
Footnote: Bakunin himself, like Proudhon, was a freemason; a study has yet to be made of the links between Continental Freemasonry and the early anarchist movement” (P277, Anarchism: A History of Libertarian Ideas and Movement, George Woodcock, Broadview Press, 2004)