FREEMASONS STARTED THE PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM!
Truth is stranger than fiction. Indeed, so true! Public school students, whether in grammar school or a heathen State university, will never learn the truth that Karl Marx (1818-1883) was commissioned by Freemasons to write the Communist Manifesto, providing a blueprint for world takeover . . .
“The Communist International was the first step in this program of activism. At first it was simply known as the League of the Just, a branch of the Illuminati. This group commissioned Karl Marx to write the Communist Manifesto in 1847; it was published in 1848 and was immediately given worldwide circulation by the international offices of Freemasonry. Throughout his long political career, Marx was known to work actively with both the Jesuits and the Freemasons. In 1864, Marx organized the International Workingmen's Party in London; in 1872 he moved it to New York, where it was merged with the Socialist Party. Marx received a regular stipend from American newspapers as a columnist, employment which had been arranged for him by the Freemasons.”
SOURCE: Eustace Mullins; The Curse of Canaan
The 10th Plank of Marx's Communist Manifesto calls for a Public School System to allow government indoctrination of children with Evolution, Humanism and Atheism. It was Freemasons who commissioned Karl Marx to author the Communist Manifesto which calls for government schools. The Communist Manifesto is a blueprint for World Government, almost an identical clone to Adam Weishaupt's plans outlined by the Illuminati group in 1775. Freemasonry is synonymous with the New World Order and global government. All of this is setting the stage for the coming Antichrist.
Lodge to celebrate Public School Week
March 4, 2010
Public School Week is celebrated each year in Texas usually the 1st full week in March, when a community pauses for a few days to give more consideration to one of Democracy's greatest institutions - the free school system. This year the celebration will be from March 8th-12th. Although Public School Week has been a long standing tradition, few may know its earliest origins.
It began behind the guiding hand of Texas Masons. Early in December 1950, immediately after being installed, Grand Master W.J. Burris, who had been active in the educational programs of the public schools of McAllen, and who had served on the school board, outlined to the Grand Lodge, his program which was intended to bring us closer to the great educational system which the average bread earner takes for granted.
Masonic Lodges were instructed by the Grand Master to coordinate with their local school districts plans and preparations for a Public School Week. Grand Master Burris also issued a proclamation calling upon all Texas Masons to not only assist in the program, but to impress upon their friends the importance of a closer affiliation between parents and teachers, and a revival of interest in problems of our educational system.
History recalls that Masonic Lodges of this State took the lead in founding our public free schools. Many of Texas' first grade schools and schools of higher education were operated in buildings owned and erected by Masonic lodges.
In San Saba County, the first public school was established by San Saba Lodge No. 225 in 1860. The Methodists were attempting to collect subscriptions for a new school and build an academy building. A building effort was begun but after conferring with the lodge, the masons assumed full control over the project. ...
Public School Week
Today the Freemasons of Texas take time once a year to renew their historic ties with public school education. San Saba Lodge No. 612 will distribute a special bookmarker to each student at San Saba and Cherokee schools. This has been a tradition for some time.
Grand Master Burris' words still ring true today. "It is important that we... understand the important subject of Public Schools..., since through the effort of the Order, public schools in Texas were given their birthright..."
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