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Donald Trump is not a Freemason
by Cesare Sacchetti
There are some rumors that claim that Donald Trump is a Freemason. As we will see it later, they are completely false but first of all we should try to understand the source of these rumors.
In Europe, especially in Italy, there are some circles close to the Freemason Gioele Magaldi, former member of the Grand Orient of Italy, that spread these false allegations. In these environments, Freemasons claim that a sort of “good” Freemasonry exists and Trump apparently, like Putin, belongs to it.
Actually, there’s no such a thing as “good” Freemasonry. It is an invention by Freemasonry itself in order to convince some naïve observers that after all there are some lodges who really wish the best for mankind.
First of all, we should understand the nature of this secret organization and in order to do that we can draw some very relevant information from Albert Pike, one of the most influential Freemasons of all times.
Pike, who was also very close to Giuseppe Mazzini, wrote a book about the principles of Freemasonry, Morals and Dogma, and in this work he reveals that the fundamental principle of this organization is none other than deception.
Those who remain in the lower ranks do not get to know what Freemasonry really is. They receive a blurred and preposterous image that depict the organization as a sort of humanitarian association devoted to the common good. As the mason ascends the higher ranks of the lodges, close to the highest degree, the 33rd, he gets to know the truth.
Freemasonry is founded upon an esoteric cult that despises Christianity. Its sole and authentic purpose is to wipe away the Christian religion from the face of the Earth, as Pike himself admitted in his infamous letter addressed to Giuseppe Mazzini.
Serge Abdel Gallardo, a former and repented mason, completely confirms the nature of Freemasonry. Gallardo is a French architect and belonged to Droit Humaine lodge. He had a successful career in the French public administration but one day he realized that this organization was not what it was told to him.
As Gallardo himself explained, he found God and converted to Christianity after having also found out that the organization that he belonged to was not humanitarian at all. The Masters of the lodges know that the cult of Freemasonry is none other than Luciferianism but they reveal this shocking truth only to the candidates who reach the higher echelons of the masonic pyramid.
Those who stay at the bottom are mostly pawns unaware of what really is going at the top of the organization and they try to take advantage from the benefits of their inscription to the mason clubs.
This introduction was necessary in order to understand that there is no such a thing as a “good” Freemasonry. Now we may address the first topic of this analysis, which is the one about an alleged belonging by Trump to the mason organization.
Firstly, we should know that this allegation comes from the fact that the Presidency of the United States has been a place inhabited by several masons for a long time. Even the mainstream media, which is usually reluctant in acknowledging the influence of secret societies, had to concede that several Presidents were Freemasons.
In this article by the Business Insider we find several names like Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Harry Truman and Gerald Ford but this list is most likely incomplete. The mainstream media didn’t want to share the whole truth about how Freemasonry heavily influences the highest office in the United States.
Therefore, some people, and even some so-called “alternative” journalists, claimed that this rule applied also to Trump.
Actually, we have sources of the American Freemasonry that deny these rumors and it’s the case of Todd E. Creason.
Creason has a resume typical of a high-profile mason. He is the Worshipful Master of Homer Lodge No. 199, Sovereign Master of the Eastern Illinois Council No. 356, and he also belongs to the Missouri Lodge of Research, a center dedicated to the study of Freemasonry.
Creason writes in a blog that writes about topics related to the masonic world, the Midnight Freemasons, and he wrote also about this theory about Trump possibly being a mason himself.
After having noticed that in Trump’s hotels there are statues that resemble pagan deities, Creason clearly denies that Trump belongs to any masonic circle.
After all, it’s quite clear that there’s an irreconcilable conflict between Trump’s agenda and the one of the masons.
Freemasonry is a globalist organization. Its purpose is to weaken the nations in order to increase the influence of powerful private circles, such as global corporations and international finance.
Trump agenda is founded instead upon the principle of putting America First, which contradicts the interests of the deep state deeply tied with the masonic realm.
Therefore, Trump is clearly opposed to Freemasonry that doesn’t’ want anything to do with him and consider him an absolute enemy of their organization.
There are many psy-ops that have been spread lately. A big role in this disinformation campaign is played by journalists who claim to be independent from the deep state, while they are instead its agents.
Wolves in sheep’s clothing are the most dangerous of all.
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