|Freemasons insult British history by mis-using civil rights (wiki)|
Hard-won human, equality and citizenship rights were designed to protect ordinary people against the abuse of power by the British elites, British elites such as the Freemasons. There is still a long long way to go on civil rights, as the recent women's equality issues at the BBC have indicated, but the fat cat Freemason feels it is okay for them to use civil rights despite their secret involvement in the blocking of those rights for centuries.
It is a characteristic of the conceited over-rated British establishment to "turn the tables" on the social progress they bent over backwards to block. For example, the Conservative Party and their fat cat legal and business friends in the Freemasons tried to block the Minimum Wage at each and every stage of its progress to law. Now the minimum wage is part of their everyday language but with new twists such as regional pay.
We at the Havering Witness have experienced this "turn the tables" Conservative and Freemason culture many times where sexism is used against women, racism is used against minorities, greed is used against those seeking fair pay, animal cruelty is used against anti-hunt campaigners, tax and productivity is used against the unemployed, public health and safety is used against the homeless, health is used against the environmentalist - every time they think it is funny and without consequence and every time they are wrong.
Freemasonry explained -why does it need to be secret ? Guardian report
Church of England "concerned" about Freemasons - Guardian reports
Fat Cat Freemasons try to use hard-won civil rights
Rough sleeping is "illegal" - METRO reports
Quotes From “The Brotherhood” by Stephen Knight , ISBN 0-586-05983-0
“The Explosive Expose’ Of The Secret World Of The Freemasons”.
Chapter 18 - Law
Chapter 20 – Barristers and Judges