The ability to join and be a member of a private group should be one thing we all allow if we want to remain a fully free society.
I agree Max, i was just curious as to the nature of these private groups. There appears to be so much misinformation regarding the masons, some of which i supposed just seeped into my brain as fact over the years. But i'm confidant now that there is no nefarious ulterior motive in freemasonry.
You are exactly right!
The Masons have been the whipping horse for many years. There are a few other secret organizations that deserve more attention and when people focus on the Masons because they are obvious and everyone has heard of them, the other groups are getting off easy. Who knows, these groups may even stoke the fires of the Anti-Mason sentiment just to create a diversion from their own activities.
The Bilderberg Group is the one that concerns me.
The Council on Foreign Relations doesn't even interest me, but the Bilderbergers are a real secret organization and who knows what their intentions are?