Saturday, 23 September 2017

Is British Justice A Masonic Club ?

The murder of Labour MP Jo Cox and widespread consideration of the deeper motives behind BREXIT has caused a largely quiet section of the British public to wonder whether there is any genuine high-level public service in this country at all.  The impressive work of the REBECCA investigative web-site and other works such as THE BROTHERHOOD show that these public concerns are already very well-established - worries about corruption at the very highest levels of British society have a long history - as long as the monarchy itself.   

Jo Cox MP - Pembroke College graduate
In the Brothers in Silk article (see link below) a Cardiff barrister, Roger Everest, describes how two colleagues of his were made QC's (Queens Counsel) because of their masonic lodge membership.  Roger Everest in contrast was never made a QC and he claims that this is due to him refusing to join the welsh masonic lodge Dinas Llandaf (lodge number 8512). He took his case to the European court Of Human Rights but they refused to consider it. 

(from Brothers in Silk)  "In 1984 Gerald Elias was made a Queen’s Counsel .. being a QC opens the way for a barrister to become a judge and with it the eventual possibility of a knighthood.. . Roger Everest couldn’t help noticing that there was a masonic connection in Elias’ appointment. Gerard Elias QC has a brother Sir Patrick Elias QC, former fellow of Pembroke College and was appointed to the Queen's Privy Council.

Brothers in Silk edited by Paddy French, REBECCA

The REBECCA web-site of Paddy French (The Rebecca Riots took place in Wales against the Turnpike Trusts)       

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