Anders Behring Breivik, a freemason terrorist

Norwegian citizen and the self-admitted perpetrator of the 2011 Norway attacks
Anders Behring Breivik, freemason terrorist

Well, it looks like the mass murdering nutter Anders Behring Breivik is a freemason. His FaceBook page had a picture of him wearing masonic kit and his “manifesto” makes repeated references to the Knights Templar. Seemingly he was a 3rd degree member of John Lodge St. Olaus TD Three pillars of the Norwegian Masonic Order.

But, very interestingly he is not the first mass murderer who was allegedly a freemason. Harold Fredrick Shipman killed at least 218 people whilst working as a doctor in the north of England. Some of his victims were killed after his activities were reported to the police who “couldn’t find sufficient evidence”. He was reportedly a member of the Liberty masonic lodge. Thomas Hamilton killed 16 children, a teacher and himself at the Dunblane primary school. Hamilton was the subject of several police investigations and had been reported to the procurator fiscal for 10 charges yet the police allowed him to keep the handguns with which he committed his crimes. Hamilton was reportedly a member of lodge number 1417 of the Masonic Order at Garrow Hill, Glasgow. Kenneth Noye is a London gangster who has killed at least two people whilst reportedly a member of the Hammersmith masonic lodge.

When you consider just how incredibly rare mass murderers are and that there are only approximately half a million freemasons in Britain out of a population of 60 million there seems to be a frightening statistical correlation here. Could this be because freemasons see themselves (and this is reinforced by their craft and their ceremonies) as being above the law? Or perhaps because they see themselves as being superior to non freemasons (when, obviously the converse is true)? Or maybe freemasonry just attracts nutters.

One thing that is for sure, in future when security agencies are targeting their anti terrorist activities they don’t just need to concentrate on radical Islam and Northern Irish idiots, now they need to check out the freemasons as well. This is what the evidence tells us.


    1. What has being Christian got to do with anything here?
      Many believe that Freemasonry is a religion in its own right. And most branches of Christianity have said that Freemasonry is not compatible with Christianity.


  1. “…there seems to be a frightening statistical correlation here.”

    But there isn’t one at all though is there? You don’t have any proof that any of the people you mention are, in fact, Freemasons. If you could prove that they are masons, then there might be a statistical correlation. Until you can do that though, there’s just your speculation, and speculation isn’t good statistics.

    “This is what the evidence tells us.”

    Again, what evidence? You haven’t proved a single link between Freemasonary and any of the people you mention. Before you say it, no, that photo isn’t proof of anything. Sure it suggests a link, but that’s not proof is it. If I dressed up as Batman, that doesn’t actually make me Batman does it.

    Strangely enough, speculation and rumour isn’t good evidence either.

    Nice try though. Your “IT WAS THE MASONS!” posts make a nice change from your usual stuff.


  2. Somebody should write a good book about what Masonry is really like and what it means etc. Maybe then that would shut up all the harebrained clapptrappers who spew out a lot of zealous opinion even though they have no idea what they are talking about. And those type include even the people who should know better – writers, journalists, politicians etc. They think Freemasonry is a religion, anti-Christian, satanic, far-right, sinister and corrupt, and even has plans to dominate the world . They are ALL CRAZY of course, so maybe the Masons should do some writing just made for the public. How long has it been since The Wall Street Journal has published an article written by a Mason ? It’s an good idea –!


    1. @ Darlene Taylor

      It is standard masonic technique to pour derision on their critics.


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