4 June, 2021

Communism and Freemasonry: Strangely Similar

Posted by Socrates in communism, Eugene Kamenka, Freemasonry and communism, Freemasons, Marxism at 1:08 pm | Permanent Link

Seen on the web:

“All men are equal in the humanitarian ideal of Freemasonry. The old edition of the “Universal Handbook of Freemasonry” says of this Masonic ideal:

“Humanity refers to all men. It means universal love, which rises above all differences and divisions of humanity: it doesn’t inquire about racial or religious community. It views and honours in every racial and religious comrade – Man, a being of the same species, with equal rights, the related brother of the same genus… Man’s life may be viewed from two viewpoints: as individual life and as social life: Man lives as an individual being and as a member of a commonweal. The model image of the individual life is humanity, mankind; the model image of social life is cosmopolitanism, citizenship of the world…”

Gee, what does that sound like? It sounds just like communism to me. In fact, here’s a quote from an actual communist, about Marxism/communism:

“In the name of science and of man it (Marxism) seeks to transcend the specific divisions of climate, race and creed, of nation-state and language-group, in order to chart a common future for mankind.” — from the book “The Ethical Foundations of Marxism” by Jewish/Marxist scholar Eugene Kamenka (1928-1994), 1962; from the Preface to the Japanese edition, 1965.


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