This book is the brief synopsis of one man relating his experiences at the hands of the freemasons. The things he claims they did destroyed many aspects of his life and almost his sanity.
The book contains not only an important reflection of our society, but, more beautifully, wonderful photos from the last century.
About the Author
Walter Taylor was born on the 12th August 1924 in Lancashire but spent most of his life in Bala, North Wales. He had an exemplary career in the army and became a first class carpenter before becoming a victim of freemason corruption.
After giving it very careful thought I decided to do something to get this scum of the earth lot into a court to get them exposed and dealt with, to prove I was not a bad timekeeper and unsatisfactory worker, to prove I was a good timekeeper and a very good worker.
Now this is exactly what I did on the evening of 26th October 1960. I saw this bloke Smith, the creator of all this case, the cheater, the coward, and the liar. He was about 25 to 30 yards away. I was de-nailing a piece of 2 x 2 timber with my joiners nail extractor. He appeared to be looking over a concrete wall spying on someone. I ran over to Smith and said, "You dirty, rotten liar. How can you stoop so low and sack me for bad timekeeping and unsatisfactory work you liar!" I then attempted to hit him on his shoulder with my nail extractor, just enough to hurt him, to cause an affray so that I could get him to court and have him exposed as a liar and a cheat. I must stress, and this is very, very important, I ONLY HIT HIM ONCE. Unfortunately, the blow missed his shoulder and caught him on the side of his head. I am not sorry for what I did and will never apologise for it.
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|Size: ||970 KB|
|Date published: ||Jan 2007|
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This product is listed in the following categories:Non-Fiction > Psychology > Mental Health
Non-Fiction > Social Science > Freemasonry