What is Freemasonry?

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What is Freemasonry?
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It is an international organization of advantage. Freemasons, who include distinguished people with special qualities and have a widespread organization, have been very effective in almost everywhere in the world.
Freemasonry is a secret organization of Judaism. All of its ranks and symbols come from the distorted Torah. The entry ceremonies are carried out in accordance with the doctrine of The Torah.
Freemasons continuously deny their relations with Jews and claim that they have no connection with them. They know that if their connections with Jews are revealed, they will not be welcomed by the society. They try to show themselves as an organization of charity, a society of fraternity and solidarity, instead.

First of all, it will be useful to say that the Torah is an ideology and doctrine book of Jews. The name of that ideology in the field of politics is Zionism. Zionism and Freemasonry are the examples of the application of the philosophy originating from the Torah. 
In the changed and distorted Torah, the forms of savagery and massacre that the Jewish race is ordered to apply to the nations of the world are explained in detail; secret and unobtrusive methods are also explained in detail and various methods are shown. When those methods are applied, the nations will be destroyed from inside but they will not notice it; nobody will hear the name of Jews about it.
Freemasonry, whose connections with Judaism is stated only in their own secret resources, is one of the branches of Judaism that adopts the doctrine of the Torah and acts secretly.
Freemasons find it necessary to keep their relations with Jews secret because it is more useful for them to use charity organizations as a screen and serve their target disguising themselves as charitable people instead of telling people that the have the same aims as Zionism.  
Freemasonry is, indeed, a method of training some people who are not Jewish under a secret society in order to make those people serve Judaism and the ideals of Jews in any field.
Thinking that the targets of Zionism can intimidate people at first, Zionists, along with the concept of Judaism, have carried out their activities with successful, rich and prestigious people having good jobs using favorable concepts like fraternity, friendship and peace through clubs within the structure of Freemasonry.  Thus, they have realized their aims of not putting Zionist targets forward and making people who are not Jews serve the ideals of Judaism. (Ali Uğur, Masonluk, Soruşturma Dış Politika dergisi, p. 3).
Freemasonry, which claims to have adopted cosmopolitan principles like humanity, world citizenship, internationalism in a form of utopia but which regards only the members of the same organization as brothers and which help the people in the organization which carries out the struggle of the liberty of belief and conscience but which wants to make people adopt the belief of Freemasonry which seems democrat but which is actually liberal, capitalist, privileged and oligarchic which prefers the fraternity of Freemasonry to the principles of competence, worthiness and virtue which has an organization of abundant finance and staff and which is disciplined, authoritarian and international, has some mysteries traditions and symbols. It is stated in the publications of Freemasonry that those symbols (triangle, light, star with six corners, acacia, masonry, hiram form of temple, etc) are based on ancient Egyptian and Jewish traditions. Freemasonry has received criticism and protest in the lodges because it regards only its members as brothers although it says Freemasonry wants to see humanity as a whole because it protects and defends people due to their membership not due to qualifications like capability, worthiness, etc, because it tries to help its members during a danger or when help is wanted even if those members are against their nation, because of its cosmopolitan structure, because of regarding the principles of Freemasonry as the only truth and because of the unfavorable attitude towards religion and nationality from time to time, because Jews and converts hold the important positions, because it is used as a means of establishing a Jewish state based on Jewish aims and ideals and because the protection of Judaism is always in the background. (Ömer Rıza Doğrul, Eski Mısır'da Masonluk İzleri, Selâmet Mahfilinde Dört Konferans, İstanbul 1930, p. 4).
Although its origin is very old, Freemasonry was established and developed in England in 1717; Freemasonry, together with the British Jews and British colonialism, developed by having agents, sympathizers, deceived and mistaken people everywhere, and they were made to serve as the satellites of the British. Likewise, Jews absolutely direct the Freemasonry lodges in the USA. Those who want to have commercial, economic and political positions are in need of the help of Freemasonry there.
When the Constitution that was declared between 1822 and 1884 and the minutes of the parliament during the elections following it are examined, it will be seen how Greeks, Armenians and other minorities worked for their interests and the division of the State. Mithat Pasha, who played an important role regarding the issue, has a very interesting identity. Mithat Pasha, who is the son of a Hungarian rabbi, started to make improvements in the Turkish state. He opened schools based on Jewish principles and taught revolutionary doctrines there. Mithat Pasha also established the political party of Young Turks. In Europe, he acted upon the instructions of Simon Deutch, who was his confident friend. The murder of Sultan Abdulaziz was committed in fromt of the eyes of Mithat Pasha. (Kemal Fedai Coşkuner, Yakın Tarihimiz ve Siyonizm, Orta Doğu, 10 January 1976).
The Rescript of Gülhane (political reforms) was announced by the attempts of Mustafa Rashid Pasha, who benefited from the inexperience of Sultan Abdulmajid on November 3, 1839. Thereupon, the foreign organizations and minorities strengthened. Those who adopted those reforms named it as “the Good Reforms”. Cosmopolitanism, foreign effect and inferiority complex spread. Therefore, some people named it as “the Evil Reforms”. Mustafa Rashid Pasha, who announced the Rescript was a member of the Scottish Freemasonry lodge. (Prof. Dr. Hikmet Tanyu, Siyonizm ve Türkler, İstanbul Bilge Yayınları, p. I, 281)
The concept of God in Freemasonry is a deist concept. Deism occurred as a reaction to the belief of Allah in heavenly religions like Islam, Christianity and Judaism. According to that concept, there is a being that exceeds the universe. However, man cannot know him fully. Therefore, that being is not prayed; nothing is asked from him; he is not expected to love and test human beings. Thus, the thought of the hereafter and resurrection after death are annulled. When the concept of deism is furthered, you will reach the concept of atheism. Besides, that concept is common among the members of the French Freemasonry lodge (Yesevizade, Soruşturma, Masonluk, Dış Politika, issue 3, p. 109).
The word Zion means “the kingdom of Allah”. The verses about the superior race in the Torah form the foundation of the idea of Zionism.
The origin of the rumors that Jews are the nation that have been chosen by Allah take place in various chapters of the Torah. Two of them are as follows:
" I said, 'You are "gods"; you are all sons of the Most High. Rise up, O God, judge the earth, for all the nations are your inheritance " (Psalms Chapter 82, Verse. 6-8 p. 598).
" For you are a people holy to the LORD your God. The LORD your God has chosen you out of all the peoples on the face of the earth to be his people " (Deuteronomy Chapter 7, Verse 6 p. 184).
It is possible to add hundreds of more verses that are wrong and contrary to religion of the so-called Torah like the ones above. They all show that Freemasonry is an organization that make the educated people of nations serve in accordance with the Zionist political interests of the desperate Jews in order to realize its ideals.

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