Now the Masons have spoken out. Twenty-eight “Obediences” have signed an official statement and throw a revealing light through this rare openness on the phenomenon now paralyzing Europe of borderless and irregular immigration. A phenomenon that makes the growing gap between elites and people visible.
Lodges unite from Turkey to Portugal, from Italy to Ireland and Poland
Among the signatories are the Grand Orient of France, the Grand Lodge of Austria, Switzerland, the Grand Orient, the Grand Lodge of France, the Grand Orient of Belgium, the Grand Lodge of Belgium, the Grand Orient of Croatia, of the Grand Orient of Ireland, the Grand Lodge of Italy, the Grand Orient of Luxembourg, the Grand Orient of Poland, the Grand Orient of Portugal, the Grand Orient of Greece, the Women’s Grand Lodge of Turkey and others. They call on the European governments to not only receive the oncoming immigrants but take more and more in the future. The Masons proving an impressive consensus among themselves from Turkey to Portugal, from Italy to Ireland and Poland. In addition, they are also making visible a constructive convergence with the official policies of the European Union and the majority of EU member states. It’s a coincidence of intentions, that has been rarely expressed officially to this extent between Freemasonry and policy makers.
The goal: “Undermining supporting elements such as homeland, identity and nation”
A singular coincidence? It may be doubted. “The agreement has one objective: The undermining of supporting elements of our community such as homeland, identity, people,” said Corrispondenza Romana.
The Lodges statement was publicized by Médias-press made in France.
The official lodges have justified the demand for unbridled immigration with overcoming “national egoism” and the primacy of undefined “general interests”, which would require an “innovative welcome policy”.
The lodges are not only declaring noble intentions, but issue a warning. Should governments not open their borders and therefore not follow the Masonic proposals, there would be “divisions and conflicts” and to a “resurgence of nationalism” in Europe.
Lodges demand: “Immigration ueber alles”
The lodge brothers (and sisters) are not relying on their demand for the Judeo-Christian roots of Europe, but to the “respect for human rights,” on which, say the Freemasons, the European Union bases the “values of solidarity and brotherhood.” The foundations of Europe are sufficient for the lodges only with the French Revolution back to its Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen of 1789 which is the basis for the Universal Declaration of Human Rights of the UN in 1948.
The European Masonic obediences do not say how squaring the circle is to be achieved, as the interests of refugees and the increasing number of swelling migration flows are to be reconciled with the interests of the peoples of Europe. The Freemasons are content publicly to define a fixed point as a conditio sine qua non: “Immigration above all,” said Corrispondenza Romana.
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