Many people on Zig Forums are aware of the Jewish involvement in communism. However, when the topic of Freemasonry comes up, there is very little evidence dropped against them. There are a couple of reasons why this might be. The first is simply that people simply haven't studied them as much, and do not know anything substantially incriminating. Or, perhaps, they are against the Freemasons for religious regions. Another is that anti-masonry is taken as a given. If Hitler and so many other influential people on the Far-Right and Third-Position were anti-mason then we should just take their word on it. There also seems to be a consensus on Zig Forums that they might as well be banned. Whatever the case, I would like to provide you some evidence of the Freemasons's involvement in communism. I will use quotes from Marx, Engels, and Trotsky - the most authoritative figures in communism. I will also provide supplemental information from Wikipedia. Not because Wikipedia is trustworthy, but because it is untrustworthy and heavily censored. If something politically incorrect survives on Wikipedia then it must have undeniable historical validity.
Freemasonry and Communism
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The first quote I'd like to give is from Engels in his text called "On The History of the Communist League". In this text he explictly mentions the role of secret societies in the French Revolution
In 1836 the most extreme, chiefly proletarian elements of the secret democratic-republican Outlaws’ League, which was founded by German refugees in Paris in 1834, split off and formed the new secret League of the Just. The parent League, in which only sleepy-headed elements à la Jakobus Venedey were left, soon fell asleep altogether; when in 1840 the police scented out a few sections in Germany, it was hardly even a shadow of its former self. The new League, on the contrary, developed comparatively rapidly. Originally it was a German outlier of the French worker-Communism, reminiscent of Babouvism and taking shape in Paris at about this time; community of goods was demanded as the necessary consequence of “equality”. The aims were those of the Parisian secret societies of the time: half propaganda association, half conspiracy, Paris, however, being always regarded as the central point of revolutionary action, although the preparation of occassional putsches in Germany was by no means excluded. But as Paris remained the decisive battleground, the League was at that time actually not much more than the German branch of the French secret societies, especially the Societe des saisons led by Blanqui and Barbes, with which a close connections was maintained. The French went into action on May 12, 1839; the sections of the League marched with them and thus were involved in the common defeat.
This "League of the Just" was founded in the image of the Carbonari, which we shall get into soon.
The Carbonari (Italian for "charcoal makers") was an informal network of secret revolutionary societies active in Italy from about 1800 to 1831. The Italian Carbonari may have further influenced other revolutionary groups in France, Greece, Spain, Portugal, Russia, Brazil and Uruguay.
the organization most likely emerged as an offshoot of Freemasonry
The membership was separated into two classes—apprentice and master. There were two ways to become a master: through serving as an apprentice for at least six months or by already being a Freemason upon entry. Their initiation rituals were structured around the trade of charcoal-selling, suiting their name.
Leon Trotsky has some things to say about the Carbonari too
It was during that period that I became interested in freemasonry. For several months, I avidly studied books on its history, books given to me by relatives and friends in the town. Why had the merchants, artists, bankers, officials, and lawyers, from the first quarter of the seventeenth century on, begun to call themselves masons and tried to recreate the ritual of the medieval guilds?
In the eighteenth century, freemasonry became expressive of a militant policy of enlightenment, as in the case of the Illuminati, who were the forerunners of revolution; on its left, it culminated in the Carbonari. Freemasons counted among their members both Louis XVI and the Dr. Guillotin who invented the guillotine. In southern Germany, freemasonry assumed an openly revolutionary character, whereas at the court of Catherine the Great it was a masquerade reflecting the aristocratic and bureaucratic hierarchy. A freemason Novikov was exiled to Siberia by a freemason empress.
Our next quote comes from a collaborative work by Marx and Engels.
Undeterred by this examination, the French Revolution gave rise to ideas which led beyond the ideas of the entire old world order. The revolutionary movement which began in 1789 in the Cercle Social,  which in the middle of its course had as its chief representatives Leclerc and Roux, and which finally with Babeuf’s conspiracy was temporarily defeated, gave rise to the communist idea which Babeuf’s friend Buonarroti re-introduced in France after the Revolution of 1830. This idea, consistently developed, is the idea of the new world order.
This Cercle Social was Masonic
The Society of the Friends of Truth (Amis de la Verité), also known as the Social Club (French: Cercle social), was a French revolutionary organization founded in 1790. It was "a mixture of revolutionary political club, the Masonic Lodge, and a literary salon". It also published an influential revolutionary newspaper, the Mouth of Iron.
Here's some bonus facts. Did you know that the Masonic Jacobins who led the French Revolution also tries doing the same thing here in America?
The Whiskey Rebellion (also known as the Whiskey Insurrection) was a tax protest in the United States beginning in 1791 and ending in 1794 during the presidency of George Washington, ultimately under the command of American Revolutionary war veteran Major James McFarlane.
There was praise for the French Revolution and calls for bringing the guillotine to America. David Bradford, it was said, was comparing himself to Robespierre, a leader of the French Reign of Terror.
Liberty poles were raised in various places as the militia was recruited, worrying federal officials.
A liberty pole is a tall wooden pole, often used as a type of flagstaff, planted in the ground, surmounted by a Phrygian cap.
The use of a Phrygian-style cap as a symbol of revolutionary France is first documented in May 1790, at a festival in Troyes adorning a statue representing the nation, and at Lyon, on a lance carried by the goddess Libertas. To this day the national allegory of France, Marianne, is shown wearing a red Phrygian cap.
One last thing. Did you know that the United States was once so opposed to Freemasons that we had an entire political party, with considerable influence, devoted to it.
The Anti-Masonic Party, also known as the Anti-Masonic Movement, was the first third party in the United States. It strongly opposed Freemasonry as a single-issue party and later aspired to become a major party by expanding its platform to take positions on other issues. After emerging as a political force in the late 1820s, most of the Anti-Masonic Party's members joined the Whig Party in the 1830s and the party disappeared after 1838.
The party was founded in the aftermath of the disappearance of William Morgan, a former Mason who had ultimately become a prominent critic of the Masonic organization. Many believed that the Masons had murdered Morgan for speaking out against Masonry and subsequently many churches and other groups condemned masonry. As many Masons were prominent businessmen and politicians, the backlash against the Masons was also a form of anti-elitism. Mass opposition to Masonry eventually coalesced into a political party. Before and during the presidency of John Quincy Adams, there was a period of political realignment. The Anti-Masons emerged as an important third party alternative to Andrew Jackson's Democrats and Adams's National Republicans. In New York, the Anti-Masons supplanted the National Republicans as the primary opposition to the Democrats.
Excellent thread OP, exposing the right hand of the international Jewry is always good. Notice how they don't even react to any attacks against them anymore, but once their golden goose is mentioned, the defenders of Zion jump from the shadows.
Bumping high quality content
odd I happened across this post. I had just watched part 2 of "The Edge of Wonder" youtube channel where they went way in depth on how Communism was started and how it spread. Extremely well researched and enlightening. Highly recommend you check them out!!
Freemasonry and Judaism by Vicomte Leon de Poncins (1930)
Thanks for the bump. I posted it on 4/pol/ too, and got two shitpost replies before the thread archived.
Isn't Leon de Poncins the guy who worked with Evola to write a book against Freemasonry? I think I have that in my book folder.
got two shitpost replies
Reap what you sow.
eh-em, Fidel Castro
eh-em, José Martí
Check out the youtube channel "Edge of Wonder" They have some recent and older videos on these topics.
looks like freemasons are some kind of recruitment camp for highprofile people..
Just a cohencidence, goy. Move away.
dude you are such a miserable looser, go to complain about the Jews to your mama, and stop putting yourself ashamed in public
Oy Vey, It's nothing to do with us, you stupid cattle !
Sure thing, Srul'.
Is Freemasonry a homosexual cult?
Letters on the Masonic Institution, by John Quincy Adams
oy vey, the profane know!
My stance on this grave issue is that there was this jewish pact called The Mysterious Force. ←- JEWgle that :)
It was created by Herod Agrippa and 8 other jews to obliterate a nascent religious movement, then called Christianity.
This group featured a secret lodge, boaz and joachim, degrees, hand signs and anything that still exsists in (((Masonry))).
That links to Giuseppe Mazzini and Giuseppe Garibaldi, the mind and the arm. Mazzini was into The Palladian Rite or Palladism ←- JEWgle taht :)
Pike and Mazzini created this superlodge to control worldwide masonry (the links with B'nai B'rith aren't clear). While Garibaldi - the hero fo the two worlds - is well known in Italy and South America, the role of Mazzini is hidden behind some mysterious curtain. Mazzini was totally Anti-Catholic and his idea of an unified Italy had the only mean of subjugating the Vatican State.
Hope it helps.
when the topic of Freemasonry comes up, there is very little evidence dropped against them.
Images related are good.
The Mysterious Force
In what way? Dudes with a big coat doesn't mean much, and everyone knows Kalergi was a kike.