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America's Subversion The Enemy Within: Chapter 3
The book has been read, but is in excellent condition. There are more than half a million brethren under the jurisdiction of Grand Lodge. Standards have been falling for twenty or thirty years. It is too easy to enter the Craft, so many men of dubious morals have joined.
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The secrecy and power attract such people, and when they come the decent leave. The numbers of people who would never have been considered for membership in the fifties are getting larger all the time. If only five per cent of Freemasons use - abuse - the Craft for selfish or corrupt ends it means there are 25, of them. The figure is much closer to twelve or thirteen per cent now. Private information on anybody in the country could normally be accessed very rapidly through endless permutations of masonic contacts - police, magistrates, solicitors, bank managers, Post Office staff 'very useful in supplying copies of a man's mail' , doctors, government employee bosses of firms and nationalized industries etc.
When the major facts of an individual's life were known, areas of vulnerability would become apparent. Perhaps he is in financial difficulties; perhaps he has some social vice - if married he might 'retain a mistress' or have proclivity for visiting prostitutes; perhaps there is something in his past he wishes keep buried, some guilty secret, a criminal offence easily obtainable through Freemason police of doubtful virtue , or other blemish on his character: all these and more could be discovered via the wide-ranging masons network of , contacts, a great many of whom were disposed to do favours for one another because that had been their prime motive for joining.
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Even decent Masons could often be 'conned' into providing information on the basis that 'Brother Smith needs this to help the person involved'. The adversary would even sometimes be described as a fellow Mason to the Brother from whom information was sought perhaps someone with access to his bank manager or employer.
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The 'good' Mason would not go to the lengths of checking with Freemasons Hall whether or not this was so. The 'target' was presented as a Brother in distress by a fellow Mason, especially a fellow Lodge member, that would be enough for any upright member of the Craft. Sometimes this information gathering process - often involving a long chain of masonic contacts all over the country and possibly abroad - would be unnecessary.
Enough would be known in advance about the adversary to initiate any desired action against him. I asked how this 'action' might be taken. Masonic police can harass, arrest on false charges, and plant evidence. Some people have committed suicide after experiences of that kind.