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former president of France: "If one believes, as it is my case, in the republic, one moment it is necessary to pass by the freemasonry."

Another video where we can see him at the “Grand Orient de France”, giving allegiance to Freemasonry:

Knowing that a president in France does not have the right to speak publicly about his religious beliefs while strangely all the presidents since Napoleon(1789) were surrounded or were themselves Freemasons.

But we are taught at school that the republic is secular so I must be too complotist.

What do you think?

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Rosey
Rosey
27 days ago

What did he mean?

M313X
M313X
25 days ago
Reply to  lefruit555

Ahhh, thanks. I was confused because “pass by” usually means ‘go past something without stopping’, similar to “bypass” which means ‘to take a route which goes around the thing you want to avoid’. But now I remember that when I was at the French airport, at the station where a guard checked my passport and carry-on items, the guard said “passez” to tell me that I passed his inspection and now I can pass through the checkpoint. So now I see that in your quotation, “pass by the freemasonry” means ‘pass through the Freemasons’ checkpoint’. 

jhess3993
jhess3993
27 days ago

Merci pour le partager….

CajunMom
CajunMom
26 days ago

I think he meant that if you believe in the Republic, you must at least try Freemasonry. I don’t get his reasoning.

banana
banana
26 days ago

There is no shift in global power, and no imminent or ‘invisible’ threats. There is only one interrelated global business kaBAL of ancient merchant crypto-occultic-obscurant-aristocrats, utilizing their Agenturs (secret societies/intellignence) & Political machine to rob, abuse and deceive gents for millennia.