Get some popcorn and a drink. If you can sit through a mindless movie I suggest doing yourself a favor and watch this and understand the reality of America f...
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He is full of natural energy, I'll give him that - and he gives us a clear (honest it appears) indication, of his obvious care for, and, of America.
"America - version 1.0 - pristine - just wanting to get by - have a life of freedom - freedom - that's the word, that distinguishes America from every other country on this Earth, at that time."
But what of his rant about how great the MASONS (Thomas Jefferson) are, and how bad the Christians (Catholics) are, were, r.e. 'the dark ages' - of which I think he is too biased, in his opinion on that subject.
The great Masons of America, which Darryl praises, came from where?
They came from the United Kingdom - England; which on the other hand, he has not a good think to say.
Here is another point of view (book), regarding some of the 'founding fathers' and, the brotherhood (Masons):
The Masonic brotherhood created in post-Templar Scotland was largely responsible for influencing the American concepts of liberty, freedom, due process, and democracy. The concept of the "military lodge"—in which a non-permanent lodge traveled with soldiers— brought to America by the fighting units of Europe would further the ideals and fight the war for independence. Secretive groups such as those meeting at Saint Andrews Lodge in Boston would instigate the Boston Tea Party, and they spread like wildfire throughout the colonies. The Caucus Club, the Loyall Nine, and the Sons of Liberty would grow into the Committees of Correspondence, the Continental Congress, and finally fighting militia units. Many were necessarily organized in secret. Many would preserve their secrecy by oaths taken in Masonic fraternal lodges. The climax was when French forces, enlisted through Masonic channels, arrived under the command of high-ranking Masons and Knights of Saint John and defeated the British at Yorktown. The result was an elected American president who was a Mason, sworn in on the Bible of a Masonic lodge by the grand master of New York's Masons and a new form of government. Another was the nation's capitol, which was built by employing Masonic geometric principles and was dedicated in a strictly Masonic ceremony complete with high- ranking government members in Masonic aprons. But there was a downside. Secret societies and the elite of mainstream society would strive to perpetuate themselves through any means possible. The higher ideals of liberty and equality were compromised by the elite, who remained in control.
More food for thought Robert - thanks!
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