Stephen Knight Murdered By Freemasons

Posted: June 25, 2007 in Secret Societies

Author Stephen Knight also wrote a book pertaining to the Ripper murders entitled, "Jack The Ripper:The Final Solution" based on his findings that there were implications of Freemasonic connections involved in the Ripper case. He became so compelled to expose the secrets in Freemasonry that he wrote a further book on the topic, "The Brotherhood" in 1983. Knight was found dead in 1985 at the age of 33. Still to this day, Freemasons claim that he died from a brain tumor. Knight had this to say about Freemasonry:

"Freemasons applaud violence, terror and crime, provided it is carried out in a crafty manner," writes Knight. "Humor is all important and the most appalling crimes may be committed under its cloak."   —  Author Stephen Knight
This is entirely true – just look how Bob Hinton, Magpie, Ferret and Philip Hutchinson all began celebrating the fact that they had committed a Masonic hoax by lying through their teeth about a Lecture Tour. Then, they celebrated by opening cases of champagne and patting each other on the back.

"In fact, one of the key Masonic insights into human nature, says Knight, is the reaction of people to terrorism and serial ritual murders executed with great skill. In other words, people will marvel and say, "What a dirty trick, but how skillfully executed. What a swindle, but how well and with what courage it has been done."   — Stephen Knight

Entirely true again, as I point out Hinton’s statement, "Well, Operation Fortitude was another success." Yes, it was Bob, for me!!" You have now been exposed as a liar and a deceiver.

Stephen Knight, aged 33, another victim of Masonic murder.


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