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Masonic Invisible Empire

LORD PALMERSTON GRAND MASTER

Justice Brings Terror To Evildoers

Henry John Temple, better known as Lord Palmerston, as Foreign Secretary and Prime Minister, and more effectively, Grand Master of the United Grand Lodge of England, performed his pernicious duties during the 19th century with characteristic vigour and success.

The historical influence of Freemasonry in the world is one of great moment and could be the answer to many manifestations that have hitherto been obscure.  Re-examining the chronicles of all vocations and positions of power is a prerequisite for understanding exactly where Freemasonry's malevolent influence has been applied.  Perhaps we could then ascertain the shape civilisation might have taken and advances made had it not been for the already powerful people having at their fingertips this invisible empire with which to exert enormous leverage wherever and whenever they saw fit.

History is saturated with devious plots and wiles.  During Britain's empire-building days, British agents were shaping a covert operation distinct from what the masses could visualise.  They were founding Masonic lodges everywhere they set foot.  With a little reflection a clear picture emerges, illustrating how such a small nation like Britain was able to keep so many countries under its heel long after the major part of her military forces had moved on.  Freemasonry was first given time to take root and vegetate before the armed forces were redistributed to other corners of the globe.  Even the ignoble military were, as they still are to this day, unaware of the real purposes for their incursions on foreign territory.

A synopsis of the past is crucial to understanding the overall picture of the wide-ranging and unlikely bedfellows Freemasonry throws together.

During the 18th century, the Masonic movement was carried to almost every country in the world.  No country was too small or too large for its attention.  So much so that today countries like Holland and Sweden, Russia and China, have keen and influential memberships.  It even exists in the small island of Jamaica where, before the turn of the millennium, there were no fewer than sixteen lodges under the District Grand Lodge of Antient Free and Accepted Masons of Scotland, with eight in Kingston alone, two in Montego Bay, including Elgin No 1562.  There are even one or two in townships of little more than a few streets.

For their irregular warfare against Europe and America, in the 1820s, the British picked up a young Italian Masonic revolutionary theorist, Giuseppe Mazzini.  England safehoused Mazzini and from London he directed and financed the overthrow of every government in Europe save Britain's.  At this time, Lord Palmerston, Mazzini's, controller, was involved for many years guiding Britain's foreign war policy.

Born on 22 June 1805, Mazzini studied the poetry and political theories of the republican, Dante Alighieri (1265-1321) and the life of Roman patriot and anti-nobility dictator, Cola di Rienzi (1314-54), both Italians.  Not surprisingly, he hated the Holy Alliance, a coalition linking the monarchist great powers of Austria, Prussia, and Russia.  And like many of the philosophers of the Enlightenment and the subsequent French Revolution he made periodic trips to England.  In fact, when he died at Pisa on 10 March 1872, England had become his second home.

Many top strategists employed the Genoa-born Mazzini, beginning with Viscount Palmerston. Despite Mazzini being too dogmatic in utterance and too precipitate in action  He invariably exaggerated the strength of his own side and underrated that of the enemy.  His manipulator, Henry John Temple, was the main figure in the multicultural menagerie of Masonic traitors around the world.

Many top strategists employed the Genoa-born Mazzini, beginning with Viscount Palmerston.  Mazzini was too dogmatic in utterance and too precipitate in action, and he invariably exaggerated the strength of his own side and underrated that of the enemy.  His manipulator, Henry John Temple, was the main figure in the multicultural menagerie of Masonic traitors around the world.

Even to this day, in most European countries, there are Sister Grand Lodges of the United Grand Lodge of England,  the Grand Lodge of Scotland, and the Grand Lodge of Ireland, including Austria, Belgium, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Iceland, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and Turkey, with a District Grand Lodge in Gibraltar.  There is also Propaganda Due (P-2) in Italy, where there is some dubiety over its amity with the Grand Lodges.  This probably stemmed from the Masonic involvement in the murder of Roberto Calvi, the P-2 banker.

Giuseppe Mazzini joined the Carbonari revolutionary secret society in Italy in 1830 and was soon imprisoned for subversive activity.  He fled to Marseilles in France in 1831 and founded in exile the revolutionary secret society, La Giovine Italia, or "Young Italy".  It was in Marseilles where he founded in 1834 the international revolutionary movement, "Young Europe".

Implicated in Mazzini's terrorist movement in Italy in 1834 was Giuseppe Garibaldi, who had to flee the country that year as a consequence.  Garibaldi turned up in Latin America two years later where he stayed until his return to Italy in 1848, after having entered the service of the revolted Brazilian state of Rio Grande (1836) and the republic of Monte Video (1842-46).

Giuseppe Mazzini and Albert Pike co-founded the Scottish Rite organisation in Latin America so it is likely that Garibaldi, Mazzini's puppet, helped to lay the foundations for the Scottish Rite while in Latin America.  (Latin America now houses Sister Grand Lodges of the Grand Lodge of Scotland in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay and Venezuela.)

After leaving Marseilles, the archterrorist, Mazzini, lodged in Switzerland until 1837, where he founded "Young Switzerland", another revolutionary movement.  Mazzini was also the founder of the revolutionary movements that became known as "Young Germany", "Young Russia", "Young America", and other similar factions.  It was during 1837 that, you could say, he actually migrated to London, then from the safety of upper-class houses, directed anarchists and terrorists against governments and the Catholic Church, leading to many deaths.

In 1848, Mazzini led Britain's revolution in Italy for which he was later condemned to death in his absence by the Sardinian Government.

If we look on a broader basis we might grasp the larger aims of Lord Palmerston's multicultural menagerie.  Within the overall movement to unify Italy over a number of years, Mazzini had worked to create new instruments for crime and covert dictatorship.

There are similarities between Giuseppe Mazzini and Louis-Napoleon, which are quite intriguing.  The despotic emperor of France, the nephew of Napoleon I, who, unlike his uncle, was a Mason, and was also a terrorist who had been jailed and went into exile in America after a failed revolt against the government in Strasbourg in 1836.  On his return to Europe he settled in London.  This is where the similarities become apparent.  Both these terrorists turned up in London around the same time while under exile from their respective countries.  That stretches the coincidental credence beyond acceptable bounds.  A little schooling in the multicultural Masonic menagerie of Lord Palmerston on the finer points of foreign policy and military insurrection would not go amiss among the larger plans of the British oligarchy to achieve one-world domination.

Prior to this, Louis-Napoleon failed in another revolt in France, this time in Boulogne in 1840, for which he was imprisoned in a fortress.  He escaped in 1846 and immediately afterwards found himself back in England.  England was his home for two years before the revolution of 1848 brought him back to Paris.  This was the same year as Mazzini's revolution in Italy.  King Louis Philippe and the French Royal Family were driven from France, and after a period of confusion when Napoleon was elected in Paris as deputy in the Constituent Assembly of June, he was then elected President of the new republic in December the same year.  On 1 December1851, he carried out a successful military coup d'état, overthrowing the constitution.  One year and a day later (2 December 1852), the empire was proclaimed, with Napoleon III as emperor.

Queen Victoria was surprised and annoyed when she discovered that Lord Palmerston, acting on his own initiative, had assured the French ambassador of his support for Napoleon III

Seven-and-a-half-years after Louis-Napoleon proclaimed himself emperor (1860), Giuseppe Mazzini organised a mere 1,000 armed Red Shirts under the command of General Giuseppe Garibaldi to invade Sicily, then rule by the Bourbon royalty.  And Napoleon III of France was in on it too.  Two steamers arrived in Sicily (11 May 1860) with "Garibaldi's Thousand"; a band of Red Shirt volunteers from all over Italy, armed mainly with outdated muskets.  It is quite staggering trying to fathom out how this "motley crew" actually succeeded.  Well ... for one thing, the steamers put in to harbour at Marsala, Sicily, under the watchful eye of British warships, including HMS Hannibal.  This extremely benevolent, "neutral" ship had moved into position to protect the landing of the Red Shirts.  For another thing, the Sicilian Mafia, by then ruled by Mazzini's command, crippled the government's responses.

Within a couple of months, having experienced victories against Neapolitan forces around Sicily, "Garibaldi's Thousand", as they became known, had turned into 18,000, in which he was still at the head.   Between August 9 and 19 he crossed to the mainland.  His progress to Naples, the capital of the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies, was a triumphal procession.  When Garibaldi reached Naples, the Bourbon King of Naples, Francis II, had fled.

Garibaldi's advance through Italy was received with consternation by the Piedmontese Prime Minister, Count Camillo Benso di Cavour, at Turin, capital of Piedmont, which was part of the Kingdom of Sardinia.  In the belief that he could forestall Garibaldi's plans and reassert Piedmontese control over the Italian Risorgimento, or rebirth of political unification of Italy, Cavour ordered the Piedmontese army south - with the blessing of Napoleon III - to try and reach Naples before Garibaldi, but Garibaldi arrived before him.

It had been Garibaldi's plan to advance further north and march on Rome itself, but his puppet-masters were satisfied that his achievements were already more than sufficient: he had gone thus far and was to go no further.  The Sardinian army of King Victor Emmanuel II arrived on the Neapolitan frontier and the King met Garibaldi on 26 October 1860 at Teano, north of Naples.  Garibaldi had to accept that there would be no march on Rome.

The form of liberation for a united Italy would not be the one he wanted, but one that coincided more in line with the geopolitical aims of bigger fish,  a form of liberation that tipped the power balance further in favour of Britain in the aspirations for one-world domination - without openly offending the Vatican and Europe's millions of Catholics.

Britain could not be seen to openly support the removal of the French garrison from Rome and the overthrow of the Papacy, so Garibaldi "decided" to hand over his powers and forces to the king.  Laying aside all office, he retired to his farm on the desolate island of Caprera.  King Victor Emmanuel II became the first monarch of a united Italy.

In 1870-71, ten years after the unification of Italy, Garibaldi became involved in a rather quixotic attempt to aid the infant French republic against the Germans by heading a corps of French volunteers in Burgundy.

That was the broader Mazzini connection of the multicultural menagerie of Lord Palmerston.

For Henry John Temple's own part, he was British Foreign Secretary in 1830 when he helped Belgium to independence from the Netherlands, installing, the following year, Leopold, Princess Victoria's uncle, as the first King of Belgium.  In 1815, Prince Leopold visited England, and the next year married Princess Charlotte, the daughter of the Masonic King of Britain, George IV.  He was naturalised, created the Duke of Kendal and made a general in the British Army.  The year before he was installed the King of Belgium he had declined the crown of Greece.

It was not just in Europe that Britain's subterfuges were felt.  For nearly a quarter of a century the dominating personality on the imperial side in South African politics was the Freemason and homosexual, Cecil John Rhodes (1853-1902).  He joined the Apollo University Lodge and also founded the Society of the Elect in 1889.

In 1888, the king of Matabeleland, Lobengula, signed over gold and other mineral rights to Cecil Rhodes' partner, Charles Rudd, after three of Lobengula's senior chiefs had been bribed.

The more roads that led to the journey's end the better so Rhodes had his personal doctor and associate, Sir Leander Starr Jameson, visit Lobengula to be taken into his favour by relieving the Matabele king of worsening leg pains.  The successfully executed plan saw Jameson inject Lobengula with ever-increasing doses of diacetylmorphine, otherwise known as heroin, making Lobengula dependent on the drug, hence dependent on Jameson.  To receive further "treatment" he gladly succumbed to the bidding of Cecil Rhodes and granted concessions for mineral and other rights in return for British "protection" from internal and external threats to his leadership.  Once he accepted this protection, Lobengula came under increasing pressure from British mining interests to allow exploitation of goldfields near the main town of Bulawayo.

In 1893, Cecil Rhodes' Britain's South Africa company organised a military coup d'état, slaughtering Lobengula's warriors mercilessly.  Lobengula was then overthrown and exiled.

The territory that came under the control of Rhodes' British South  Africa Company became known as Rhodesia - named, not surprisingly, after Cecil.  The Matabele king likened himself to a fly and England to a chameleon, stalking from behind with him disappearing down its throat.

Back to Lord Palmerston.  It was when Palmerston was Foreign Secretary under the Premiership of the arch anti-Catholic Lord John Russell that the relationship between him and the Queen became almost intolerable.  Victoria acceded to the throne in 1837, but  by 1850 she could not accept the fact that in the last resort the control of British foreign policy had slipped out of the hands of the Crown.  Most 19th-century rulers had shaped and directed the foreign policy of their state.  The royal families of Europe were an exclusive society ; they intermarried and exchanged personal visits.  Victoria and Albert were related in one way or another to most of them and were therefore sufficiently knowledgeable about foreign affairs.  But they were obviously not as familiar with foreign policy as the country's leading Freemasons.

Victoria's Hanoverian immediate predecessors, George IV (1820-30), and his brother, William IV (1830-37), had more than just an obligatory interest in the way British foreign policy was being forged.  Being members of the Britannic Masonic Lodge since the previous century these Masonic monarchs were very much at the helm to decide on the level of heat to exert from the imperious furnace.  Incidentally, Frederick, the Duke of York, brother of George and William, would have succeeded George had he not died in 1827.  Like his brothers, Frederick was also initiated in the Britannic Lodge during the 18th century.

Their father, George III passed on to his sons the desire to keep Catholics oppressed.  Besides the development of the industrial revolution, George III's reign was marked by a great imperial expansion, and the reign of George IV saw the continuance of that progress.  The foreign policy in the early part of George IV's reign placed England in a commanding position on the Continent while the headway the Holy Alliance made in Europe between Russia, Prussia and Austria in their declaratory undertaking that they would be guided by the ethics of Christianity was curbed.

During William IV's reign, the foreign policies of Lord Palmerston placed England in a foremost position among foreign nations.  That reign also saw the ascendancy of the middle classes in England.  Since the Reform Act of 1832 there was an increasing number of urban voters.  Both Russell and Palmerston had been Whigs of the old school, willing to ally with the middle classes in order to preserve aristocratic leadership and to protect property against the propertyless masses.

From the last eleven years of George III's reign, that is form 1809 and through to the deaths of his monarchal sons, first George in 1830, then William in 1837, America, for all but four years of that 28-year period, had brothers of a different nature gravitating to the centre keystone of the catenarian arch in the White house.  Freemasons, James Madison, James Monroe and Andrew Jackson were Presidents of the USA from 1809-17, 1817-25, and 1829-37 respectively, each holding two terms of office.  John Quincy Adams (1825-29) was the intervening non-Mason who had only one term.

President James Knox Polk (1845-49) and James Buchanan (1857-61), the man who held office before Lincoln, were also Freemasons.  All in all there was more than enough Masonic energy in the buildup to the American Civil War to cement a solid base for a British puppet-state, otherwise known as the slave-trading Confederacy.  In fact, Lincoln came between two Masonic presidents, because Andrew Johnston, who succeeded him, was also in the cult.

Lord Palmerston was one of the most important Freemasons of the 19th century, and was nurtured in the War Office from his early political life.  As in all other top positions in life, high-level Masons are always prominent among the top brass in the military.  This gives the Supreme Council of Masonry total control.  Members with diverse duties consent to a hidden agenda, which is by and large at variance with the general interest of the public.

In 1807, at the age of twenty-three, Palmerston had entered the House of Commons as a member for Newport in the Isle of Wight.  A few months before he had a seat in the Commons he was appointed Junior Lord of the Admiralty.

In 1809, under Premier Spencer Perceval, Palmerston accepted the secretaryship of the War Office without a seat in the Government Cabinet.  He continued in that role under another four Prime Ministers, Lord Liverpool, George Canning, Viscount Goderich, and the Duke of Wellington.  In 1830, under Lord Grey, he was made Foreign Secretary, a position he held from 1830-34.

In 1834, Palmerston was serving as Foreign Secretary in the same Cabinet as Home Secretary, Viscount Melbourne, when the Government made a most vicious and historical attack against trade unionism.  Six farm workers, renowned as the Tolpuddle Martyrs, were sentenced to seven years transportation to Australia for setting up a local trade union, a branch of the Friendly Society of Agricultural Labourers.

In the struggle for emancipation down the centuries we can thank to a greater extent patriots who fought against our Government than those who fought for it.  Trade unionists have concentrated their energies fighting only well-recognised imperfections of the body politic ever since.  They learned to bark back at the dog but have yet to learn to bite their underlying enemy, the Masonic Judases in their own ranks and in their leaderships.

Palmerston again held the post of Foreign Secretary from 1835-41 under Viscount Melbourne.  He found himself in opposition between 1941-48 when Sir Robert Peel formed a government, but on the fall of Peel and the accession of power of Lord John Russell (46-51) - the grandfather of Bertrand Russell - Palmerston came back to his old post as Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs.  This was at the height of what was erroneously referred to as the "Great Famine in Ireland" (1846-51), at a time when Britain held total authority over the whole of Ireland.  The Whig Government of Lords Russell and Palmerston and the preceding Tory Government had scant regard for what was never a famine at all but a holocaust. LINK

Typical of the psyche of top level Freemasons, Palmerston's heart was in foreign affairs, but to questions of a domestic nature he was characteristically indifferent. Helping to forward the cause of reform at home did not enter into his list of priorities.  He never, for instance, threw himself enthusiastically into the great campaign against the Corn Laws.  With a majority in Parliament the landowners, the "bread stealers" and "footpad aristocrats", resisted efforts to repeal the Corn Laws.

It took two founders of the Anti-Corn League, wealthy factory owners, Richard Cobden of Manchester and John Bright of Rochdale, to help bring about their repeal in 1846 after a seven-year crusade.  Although they were leading and energetic  campaigners to repeal the Corn Laws, Richard Cobden, the radical MP for Stockport, and John Bright, the MP for Birmingham, also had a vested interest in their repeal because if the factory workers could not afford to buy the exceedingly overpriced bread, which was the staple diet of the English working classes, their wages would have to be increased.  Nevertheless, the campaign they fought made good sense both morally and economically.

It was Bright who made the famous quote about the Jewish Prime Minister, Benjamin Disraeli, saying he was a self-made man who loved his creator.

Cobden also agitated in and out of Parliament in favour of an international peace policy, the reduction of armaments, and the acceptance of arbitration to settle international disputes.  Palmerston, due to his lifelong ambition to make England feared and respected throughout the world, was carrying out the old balance-of-power idea, involving Britain in numerous disputes.  But although he found a strenuous opponent in Cobden, as a consequence of opposing the Crimean War (1853-56), Cobden lost his seat in the Commons.  He returned to Parliament after two years absence.

In 1857, Cobden carried a vote of censure against Palmerston who was then Prime Minister.  As a result, Palmerston resigned; but a general election brought him back to the House of Commons stronger than ever/  The Masonic Whip must have foregathered from flunkeys in the lodges the necessary votes to install England's Grand Master as Premier once again.  For all that, in reconstructing his Cabinet, Palmerston offered Cobden a seat.  It makes one sick how these deviants try to bring principled opponents over to their side so that history will suggest they were perhaps righteous after all.  Be that as it may, Cobden declined.

Although Cobden is identified as an apostle of free-trade economics, his theories are not to be mistaken for the familiar free-trade policy of economic predominance over other nations by financially looting them.  Richard Cobden's free-trade policy, which has never been implemented to this day, consisted of a comprehensive doctrine that remains hidden in today's evil free-trade agenda.  His doctrine endorses a standard whereby not only economic interests but also the universal interests of nations are harmonious and not antagonistic.

In 1860, he personally negotiated a commercial treaty with France, resulting not only in increased trade but an increase in good feeling between the two nations.  Although this seemed an admirable effort on Cobden's part, it has to be remembered that Louis-Napoleon was an ally of Lord Palmerston, and with Britain's Confederacy agenda in the US coming to a head, Cobden was unwittingly helping Palmerston to secure continued support from France in the American Civil War the following year

What people should never misunderstand is that when policies are advanced to describe "the making of a stronger Britain" they relate not to the Britain of the masses, but to the Britain of the few rogues who make up the elite; two entirely different entities.  The main player behind the rogue or evil Britain at that time was Henry John Temple.

Lord Palmerston involved Britain, anonymously, in the American Civil War (1861-65) on the side of the South and although Britain ostensibly remained neutral, British ships sank some merchant marine belonging to the Union and freely admitted to ports in its colonies the Alabama, the "celebrated" Confederate cruiser, which captured one steamer and no less than sixty-seven sailing vessels belonging to the Union.  The South was also greatly financed by elitists in Britain who had a vested interest in the slave trade and the break-up of the United States.

We must not forget that the Masonic Grand Master, Viscount Palmerston, was centrally involved not only in the British policies of dope-trading and fomenting civil war in America, but also coordinated his Masonic menagerie to create revolutions all over Europe.

When forces of evil, for example proponents of the Confederacy's free-trade policies, vie with the forces of good, for example the far superior American System, which advocates that "government of the people, by the people, for the people, shall not perish from the earth", as portrayed by Abraham Lincoln in his famous "Gettysburg Address", neutrality is simply another way of aligning oneself with pursuits of exploitation, greed and evil.

Another British statesman and Masonic Grand Master, also much involved in foreign affairs around the time of the American Civil War, was George Frederick Samuel Robinson (1827-1909).   From 1859 to 1861, under Lord Palmerston, he was under-Secretary for War, then from 1861 until 1865 he was Secretary of State for India - a post that Lord Russell took over and held until the following year.  In William Gladstone's first Government (1868-74) he filled the office of Lord President of the Council.  He was chairman of the British Commission appointed in 1871 to settle with the United States for Britain's breach of neutrality in respect of the damage done during the Civil War by the Alabama in particular, but by several other commerce-destroyers of the Confederacy that paralysed the American shipping trade.

An international tribunal, which sat at Geneva, awarded the US an indemnity of £3,229,166 against Britain.  For securing this conspicuously lenient settlement, George Frederick Samuel Robinson was created the 1st Marquess of Ripon.  This was before this Grand Master of the United Grand Lodge of England turned his back on Freemasonry.

When William Ewart Gladstone returned to power for the second time (1880), the Marquess of Ripon was made viceroy of India.  In Gladstone's third administration (January-July  1886) the Marquess filled the post of First Lord of the Admiralty.  In the Gladstone-Earl of Roseberry administration (1892-1905) he was Secretary of State for the Colonies, and in Sir Henry Campbell Bannerman's ministry (1906), was Lord Privy Seal.

One could be excused for asking why this frequently promoted assistant, who was made a Marques, was a noble man, was a vastly experienced politician in foreign affairs, a statesman and Masonic Grand Master, was never offered the leadership of the Liberal Party, hence, inevitably the Premiership.  He seemed classic material, exactly what the establishment required.  Could it possibly have anything to do with the fact that the Marquess converted to Catholicism? LINK

For Gladstone's part, even though this Liverpool-born statesman of Scottish descent supported Home Rule for Ireland, the disestablishment of the British established Irish Church, the Land Act to protect Irish peasants from wealthy landlords, and other worthy causes at home, he was nonetheless very much a Royalist.  He busied himself with relations between the Catholic Church and modern secular life, and concluded that the doctrine of the Catholic Church was incompatible with loyalty to the Crown.  Considering that loyalty to the Crown is compatible with something akin to the loyalty of a pig to its master, it is not in the least surprising that Gladstone held these views.

Apart from only little setbacks in Palmerston-the-plunderer's foreign agenda, his Masonic "free-trade", or British domination, policies endure to this day.

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