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Who's Attacking You? Nobody!

Ulysses claimed to be called "Nobody". When they asked his enemy, Polyphemus, who was attacking him, he stupidly replied: "Nobody"! And so all his pleas for help were answered with derision.

Freemasonry has used the same scam. The states it seizes never openly declare themselves "Masonic". They call themselves "neutral" or "lay". And if anyone asks who is persecuting the Church, the ready made answer is :"neutrality", in other words, "Nobody"! And it is this same "neutrality", always this "Nobody", which indoctrinates the pupils of the totalitarian "National Education".

The Myth of the "Neutral" State

The scam of the "neutral" state - presented as a pure administrative machine, free from any metaphysical or religious principle and content to manage the country by letting each citizen think as he wants - is an essential pillar of the Masonic dictatorship. One of its founding myths.

But masons don't always know how to hold their tongues. They're so convinced they've won that they'll spill their secret quite easily. Vincent Peillon, Minister of Education from 2012 to 2014, openly stated that Secularism is a religion. His predecessor René Viviani had already admitted that neutrality is a "necessary lie". And another great initiate, T. G. Masaryk, has clearly shown that the modern "secular" state simply wants to take the place of the Church.

A Well Informed Freemason

Brother Thomas Garrigue Masaryk (1850-1937) is not just anyone. A century ago - during the 1914-1918 war - he repeated to anyone who wanted to hear him that the main purpose of the World War was "the dismemberment of the Habsburg Empire". This well informed man became the first president of the very Masonic (and very artificial) "Czechoslovak Republic", essentially anti-Austrian.

Before reading from his work we must note that, Masaryk, as a true mason, uses certain words as if they had the opposite meaning.

Medieval Christianity - which very carefully separated the temporal and spiritual power - is called by him a "theocracy". On the other hand, the regime that wants to confuse the two powers and unite them into one hand is in his vocabulary "non-theocratic". But this coded language (which La Harpe had already identified in 1794, and qualified as "reverse language") does not prevent us from understanding what he means.

Masaryk's Admission: A State "Charged with the Functions of the Church"

Looking beyond words, it is reality that matters. In the following quote, let us therefore look past the deceptive "theocracy" stop word. Let us despise, as we ought to, the polemical attack against the "medieval state in the service of the Ecclesiae". And let us take a closer look at the famous modern democratic state imposed throughout the world by Freemasonry.

A neutral state? Free of ideology? On the contrary! Masaryk quite bluntly admits it: the "secular" State has "taken on the functions of the Church" and has even "expanded and multiplied" them:

The democratic state is a new state. Theorists have defined and characterized it in all sorts of ways: it is called constitutional, legal, bureaucratic, economic, cultural; all these definitions have something right. But what makes the democratic state new is that its ends and its organization stem from a new conception of the world, from a non-theocratic conception. That is what is new. The modern state has taken over the functions of the theocracy, especially the Church, and in this sense it is a new state.

The State of old was not concerned with the school system nor with spiritual matters; all the education of society was directed and given by the Church; on the contrary, the new State took charge, step by step, of all teaching. Just as the Reformation, Humanism and the Renaissance had given birth to new, secular ethics and morality, the State also took back charity from the Church, to transform it into social legislation.

Compared with the modern State, the State of old was very small; I would quite willingly say that it did not think for itself; the Church thought for it. If, under theocracy, philosophy (scholasticism) was ancilla theologiæ [aid of the Church], the old medieval state was servus Ecclesiæ [slave of the Church]. By secularizing itself, the state must have begun to think for itself. It took on the functions of the Church and extended and multiplied them. That is why it is a new and democratic state.1

It could not be any clearer: the secular state is not only (as it claims) a state separate from the Church. It is the state that poses as the church. And that's only logical, in the religion of the man who thinks he is God. Secularism is a scam.

  • 1. Thomas Garrigue MASARYK, La Résurrection d’un État, souvenirs et réflexions, Paris, Plon, 1930, p. 435.