Oliver Cromwell and the Abolition of State Sanctioned ‘Christmas’

Oliver Cromwell was a very civilised, intelligent and progressive individual. He was also a devout Christian. Why, then, did he agree to ‘ban’ Christmas? He carried out this progressive measure because he thought that it was a great evil for the State to ‘enforce’ a religious celebration upon its citizens. As a consequence, Cromwell oversaw the legislation that ‘banned’ the State sanctioning of a national holiday that had, in his and many other Christian’s eye, no connection with legitimate Christian practice.

Resisting the Masonic Lodge

The covert influence of the masonic lodge is an open secret – it is a secret kept in plain view and is so much part and parcel of life in the West that its presence appears to be virtually invisible during the activities of everyday life. After-all, the masonic lodge is democratically unaccountable, and the minutes of its meetings are not publically available for scrutiny, for If they were, the people would understand the extent to which their lives are influenced by corrupt figures, secret hand-shacks, and bizarre rituals.