Why the nations should not look at Freemasons with objectivity

By Marica Micallef

Since I started writing, I have always written with responsibility and research. Since I started writing, I had to go way beyond the logical. Since I started writing, I have always sought to give the readers the first step so that they can start questioning everything and move towards the truth. I am always of the belief that there is only one truth. But unfortunately, this one truth is given to nations under a substratum of lies. In 1822, Lord Byron himself had stated “And, after all, what is a lie? ‘Tis but the truth in masquerade.”

I think that those who read my blogs have now learnt for sure, one thing: that I do not sugar-coat matters simply because they are unpopular, go against the propaganda, the narrative and the counter-narrative. Despite all the opposition that I have received, together with insults, I will linger. I am not here neither to be put in a hall of fame nor because I am on an ego trip. I am aware that wisdom will require me to take rest and withdraw when needed which is an important step in my ongoing maturation and maturity and a skill of the wisest warriors.

We are currently going through the greatest psychological operation in human history. This is not the time to look at things objectively. Instead, people should be asking for accountability. Keeping on seeing the grey will never bring justice to victims like Daphne Caruana Galizia, to the Maltese nation, and even whole nations. This is the time of black and white, if we want to fight evil. If we want to keep on permitting it, then we have to continue to see the grey, and be objective. This is why my blogs are not of a very positive nature, albeit I am a happy and positive woman. But I do not follow evil. I expose it. Hence, my blogs deal with exposing evil.

The objectivity will hopefully come on that day where all the lies will finally be dismantled and where all the nations can see the truth. When I say truth, I mean scientific truth, medical truth, historical truth, geographical truth, and anything we have been told and taught. When it comes to freemasons, I keep on reminding the readers about this title:

When it comes to freemasons, and anything I write, I am not being subjective. To be subjective, I would have to be a freemason myself or else have ancestors who were freemasons. Even when it comes to the story of my dad, I had to pull myself out of it when I wrote so to provide the readers with proof of screenshots from dad’s file and a recount of what has happened.

Right now we are in the stage when we have to question everything: the narrative, and the counter-narrative. It is by questioning everything, that you can start seeing through the masquerade. It is by questioning everything, that you can stop just scrapping the surface. I see the Truth as a big, complex puzzle. Wisdom always reminds us that the more we know, the less we know.

An example that I want the readers to look at is this 1932 coin. It depicts an All Seeing Eye on top of a four leaf clover on top of a swastika on top of a star of David. What are the readers’ thoughts?

What keeps me going is the know-how that “All truth passes through three stages. First, it is ridiculed. Second, it is violently opposed. Third, it is accepted as being self-evident” (Arthur Schopenhauer). May the truth become self-evident soon because humanity deserves to be freed.

What keeps me going are comments of readers like the below, which are encouraging and which will hopefully make you, the readers, understand, that what I write, I write with responsibility:

2 thoughts on “Why the nations should not look at Freemasons with objectivity

    1. I would have appreciated a better deep analysis of the coin, which of course, I did not create. Back when I was an educator, we used to visit the local Indian community as part of an educational outing for the students and the Indians are pretty much aware of the original Swastika meaning. What I asked is for an analysis of the combination of all signs that there are on the 1932 coin marking The End of the Great Depression so that we can hopefully start going deeper down the rabbit hole.

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