Jim Crenshaw Channel
July 21, 2022

Video summary of a 2013 document attributed to Freemasons on how to deal with controversial events (presumably of which they have direct knowledge, interest, and/or are implicated in) and accusations of probable foul play or conspiracy. It is further claimed how there have been recent hasty efforts to expunge the document from online venues.

Some of the “tactics” are remarkably similar to CIA Memorandum 1035-960, which advised Agency operatives of deviant methods intended to deflect public skepticism of the Warren Commission Report addressing the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.

Downloadable PDF: https://www.scribd.com/document/525596335/Masonic-Diversion-Tactics
Facebook post: https://m.facebook.com/IlluminatiSacrifices/posts/165251000339404:0

You are of your father the devil, and your will is to do your father’s desires. He was a murderer from the beginning, and has nothing to do with the truth, because there is no truth in him. When he lies, he speaks according to his own nature, for he is a liar and the father of lies. (John 8:44)

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  1. Two very powerful historical figures …. Viscount John Henry Temple Palmerston
    and Albert Edward Saxe Coburg and Gotha
    who was crowned to Edward VII and played an important part in bringing about the first world war and through middlemen encouraged a prowar sentiment in the US
    …were both during their respective rule the top dogs of world freemasonry. The grand patriarchs of the illuminati. And Palmerston was Edwards mentor at a young age.
    Though I have no info about who may have been the patriarch between 1866 and 1901
    One Irish catholic George F Dillon in 1885 wrote about an atheistic masonic conspiracy against christianity and the text was later published under the title Grand Orient Freemasonry Unmasked
    He covers important facts about Palmerston quoting one father Deschamps and about how freemasonry was organised and how this showed up in their organisation of the so called ‘french’ revolution. Dillon quotes M Eckert
    “At the side of the Patriarch are found two committees, the one legislative and the other executive. These committees, composed of delegates of the Grand Orients (mother National Lodges), alone know the Patriarch, and are alone in relation with him.
    “All the revolutions of modern times prove that the order is divided into two distinct parties – the one pacific, the other warlike
    “The first employs only intellectual means- that is to say, speech and writing.
    “It brings the authorities or the persons whose destruction it has resolved upon to succumb or to mutual destruction
    “It seeks for the profit of the order all the places in the State, in the Church (Protestant) and in the universities; in one word, all the positions of influence.
    “It seduces the masses and dominates over public opinion by means of press and associations
    “Its Directory bears the name of the Grand Orient and it closes its lodges (I will say why presently) the moment the warlike division causes the masses which they have won over to secret societies to descend upon the street.
    “At the moment when the pacific divison has pushed its works sufficiently far that a violent attack has chances of success, then, at at time not far distant, when men’s passions are inflamed, when authority is sufficiently weakend, or when important posts are occuppied by traitors, the warlike division will receive orders to employ all its activity
    “The directory of the belligerent division is called the Firmament
    “From the moment they come to armed attacks, and that belligerent division has taken reins, the lodges of the pacific division are closed. These tactics again denote all the ruses of the order.
    “In effect , they thus prevent the order being accused of co-operating in the revolt
    “Moreover, the members of the belligerent division, as high dignitaries form part of the pacific division, but not reciprocally, as the existence of that division is unknown to the great part of members of the other division – the first can fall back on the second in case want of success.

    I believe this extract also applies today in the organisation of the imperial geopolitical agenda often distributing power between intellectual branches, NGOs, and an organiser of the footsoldiers

    Palmerston had the agents of his dark realm in almost every masonic lodge in England
    The press at home and abroad, under Masonic influences, applauded his policy.
    The sect so acted that his measures were productive of immediate success
    His manner, his bonhomie, his very vices fascinated the multitude. He won the confidence of the trading classes and held conservatives at bay
    Dismissed by the Sovereign [Queen Victoria], he soon returned into power her master, and from that day to the day of his death ruled England and the world in the interests of the atheistic revolution of which he thought himself the master spirit

    Mr F Gugh O’Donnell, the able M P for Dungarvan contributed to the pages of Dublin Freeman’s journal a most useful and interesting paper which showed on his part a careful study of the works of Mgr Segur and other continental authorities on Freemasonry. In this.he says, regarding his own recollections of contemporary events: — “It is now many years since I heard from my lamented master and friend, the Rev. Sir Christopher Belew, of the Society of Jesus, these impressive words. Speaking of the tireless machinations and ubiquitous influence of Lord Palmerston against the temporal independence of the Popes, Sir Christopher Bellew said : – “Lord Palmerston is much more than a hostile statesman. He would never have such influence on the continent if he were only an English Cabinet Minister. But he is a freemason and one of the highest and greatest of Freemasons. It is he who sends what is called the Patriarchal Voice through the lodges of Europe. And to obtain that rank he must have given the most extreme proofs of his insatiable hatred of the Catholic Church”

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