5) Nearly every prominent American in the War of Independence, from Paul Revere onwards, was a Freemason.
“Nearly every”? Not really. Quite a few were not. John and Samuel Adams, Patrick Henry, Thomas Jefferson, and James Madison don’t seem to have been Masons. By far the majority of those people who signed the Declaration of Independence don’t seem to have been Masons. Paul Revere may have been a Mason, but what of Prescott and Dawes who also rode with him? Freemasonry seems to be given credit much more prominence than it shows any sign of having had.
6) The Constitution of the USA was drafted by Freemasons
Some of them were Freemasons, yes. Some were not.
and based on Masonic principles.
And in what way is it based on specifically Masonic principles? I’m not aware of Freemasons having a bicameral legislature, or a government divided up into Judicial and Executive and Legislative branches, or anything else really that the Constitution outlines.
7) Many if not most of the signatories to the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution were Freemasons.
8 out of 56 and 9 out of 40 are hardly an overwhelming majority. . .
8)The first President was a Freemason.
He was also an Episcopalian and a Virginian and a farmer. So what?
9) Many presidents were openly Masonic and many others were suspected of being Masons. JFK, the first Catholic President, was perhaps the only American president in history who wasn’t a Freemason.
So “suspected” means that they automatically are Masons? As far as I can see, a whole 15 or so presidents (Washington, Monroe, Jackson, Polk, Buchanan, Johnson, Garfield, McKinley, both Roosevelts, Taft, Harding, Truman, Ford, and Johnson) were Masons.
10) Freemasons are, of course, fascinated by the figure of King Solomon and the building of the Holy Temple of Jerusalem, from where the Knights Templar derived their name. So, should we be surprised by America’s bizarre support for Israel?
As far as foreign policy goes, alienating over a billion Muslims in order to support six millions Jews in a country very far away amounts to madness.
And it would somehow improve America’s image to turn its back on an ally when things get rough?
11) The most powerful groups in America are those with Scottish (Protestant), Northern Irish (Protestant), English (Protestant), German (Protestant), French (Protestant), Scandinavian (Protestant) and Jewish ancestry. Go figure!!!!
Good grief! How can this be? You’d almost think that that might have something to do with those being the groups with the largest established populations (though you left Hispanic off the list for some reason) and perhaps even people from the nationalities of some of the countries that once owned America!
12) The poorest people in America have few if any connections with Freemasonry.
And when did you go out to interview them to establish this fact? There is actually a Masonic Lodge not too far down the street from me. It’s a rather run-down building, and many of the people attending events at it are quite obviously not from the upper echelons of the social or financial ladder.
13) Irish Catholic Americans took a long tome to get anywhere. Not until JFK’s time did they finally break through.
The reason why the Irish Americans often had a tough time in parts of America is because they were for a while the largest group of immigrants. . .which meant that they were a major source of cheap labour that competed with native-born Americans. In spite of that, though, they had plenty of success before JFK. It was only in some parts of the US and some cities where they were really discriminated against. And besides, what has this to do with anything?
14) Italian Americans (Catholics) had to resort to gangsterism (the mafia).
Engage in stereotyping much? Nor is the Mafia an Italian American creation.
15) Polish Americans (Catholics) have fared similarly to the Irish and Italians.
16) Hispanics are still way down in the pecking order.
17) Blacks remain at the bottom. They have the least connection with Freemasonry, and, historically, were often the slaves of Freemasons. George Washington himself was a slave owner.
What does any of this have to do with anything?
Don’t let anyone kid you that the world isn’t ruled by Freemasons.
The United States (which is pretty much what you’ve been addressing here).
There is a difference.