Falling masonry

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According to Recess Monkey, Davey Cameron’s a trouserleg lifter. In fact, I spotted this article on their newsfeed back on Friday, but it disappeared. Clearly the Monkey has been having a couple of quiet words with chaps in white wigs before deciding to publish, so I presume it is accurate.

Personally, I have personal cause to be suspicious of anyone who joins this sect. A close member of my family has had direct experience of what happens if your boss is a mason and another mason wants your job; in short you get shafted. Frankly, in my eyes, this reason alone would disqualify someone for public life, let alone leadership of a major political party. It will be interesting to see if the media pick up on it, and how the Cameroons respond.

2 thoughts on “Falling masonry

  1. That sort of thing can happen with any organisation unfortunately. That example is similar to the reasons for my aversion to Unions.

    I don’t think anyone should be condemned for being a freemason, but if they are shown to abuse that membership then condemn away (same goes for any organisation, union, religious group, charity…).

    I take it that being a freemason isn’t required to be declared in the register of interests.

  2. I agree that Trade Unions can act in similar ways, but the difference is that unions are open and democratic organisations (however defectively so), whereas the freemasons are a secret cult. That makes them far more open to abuse.

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