> "To worry about the Freemasons is silly--a red herring to
> distract you from the real work of transcending the mind."
It's not a red herring... What I don't like about Freemasonry is not the fact that men are practising their own faith - that's fine by me if they want to be deliberately mislead by their adepts - but the fact that this secretive society, along with many others, are continuing to undermine democracy. Masons have no right to sneakily influence politics and world agendas.
You've criticised me several times for focusing on these issues but at least I don't, like the Knights Templar did, go on crusades and slaughter men. If you think what the Templars did was justified, then you seriously can't criticise me for drawing attention to those that are undermining democracy and in a democracy, we have a right to criticise and question the form of rulership we are under, we're even encouraged to, right from school!