You may have heard it said that “everything you’ve been told is a lie.” It’s hard to understand the depth of that statement, or even believe it, until you’re told the truth.

Here’s a story you may have heard before:

“The Boston Tea Party was a political protest that occurred on December 16, 1773, at Griffin’s Wharf in Boston, Massachusetts. American colonists, frustrated and angry at Britain for imposing “taxation without representation,” dumped 342 chests of tea, imported by the British East India Company into the harbor. The event was the first major act of defiance to British rule over the colonists. It showed Great Britain that Americans wouldn’t take taxation and tyranny sitting down, and rallied American patriots across the 13 colonies to fight for independence.”

And here’s the real story with some hidden details added back in.

“Now, the Freemasons at the time were smuggling illegal goods into the colonies, they were smuggling a lot of opium in the bottom of ships. And they were also smuggling other goods like tea. When import taxes on legitimate tea were cut drastically, it meant that their illegal tea no longer was profitable, and they’re gonna lose out on their smuggling. So when these Masons got together for their lodge meeting at this green dragon inn, and I want you to remember that name Green Dragon for later, they decided, and it’s you can see it in the minutes of their lodge meeting, they closed the lodge meeting immediately, and then discussed how they would form this Boston Tea Party and they dressed up as Indians. And their Masonic Lodge went down and did a criminal act. And there happened to be this captain, who was just in the wrong place at the wrong time. And they took millions of dollars of this cargo and dumped it into the harbor. And since that time, history has been warped a little bit, and people see that as a Great Patriotic act. And here in my Be Wise as Serpents book is one of the diagrams, they put together showing Masonic lodges during the American Revolutionary War period. And I could talk for a week about how the Freemasons created the American Revolutionary War for the Illuminati, and how it was actually one and a lot of the secret things about it, but we don’t have time to go into that.” -Fritz Springmeier, The Illuminati World Systems

So I’ll point out a few things that are different in the fake vs. real story:

  1. Tea taxes were cut, not raised, as is the common misconception.
  2. The skirmish had nothing at all to do with “taxation without representation”. The tea didn’t belong to the King of England, it belonged to the British East India Company and the boats that held the tea that was dumped were owned by the colonists.
  3. The general public wasn’t involved in this, it was mostly just the members of one freemasonic lodge plus additional members of a group called the “Sons of Liberty” (except that group was mostly composed of members of the lodge).
  4. This wasn’t just any freemasonic lodge, it was a Scottish Rite Lodge that received its charter in 1756. The Scottish Rite division of freemasonry was formed by the Priory of Sion–occultists.

Freemasonry is two things in the world 1) a religion based on the ancient Babylonian Mystery Schools, (i.e. occult) and 2) One branch of the money-making endeavors of the Illuminati. Apparently, freemasons have been at this illicit smuggling business for centuries, whether it’s trafficking children in the modern day, or smuggling tea and opium prior to the USA’s revolutionary war in the 1700’s.

The people that run the world have changed a few details in the official story of the Boston Tea party, and we believed it. But really, a bunch of devious and angry freemasons with a cache of worthless smuggled goods decided to get back at the people who defied their instructions to turn tail and take the tea back to England, and attacked them.

Some of the freemasons dressed up as American Indians (today we’d call that cultural appropriation, and apparently it goes way far back in the Masonic bag of tricks) and attacked the ship, dumping 90,000 pounds of tea into the harbor as vengeance for not obeying their order to turn around and go home. Prior to the incident, some of these same freemasons also stood guard at the docks in a military-style blockade, preventing them from unloading the ship.

I’ll note here, as well, that it wasn’t just one ship in Boston harbor that was threatened. Ships in New York, Philadelphia, and Charleston gave in and left. It was only the ships in Boston that stood their ground and got clobbered.

You might ask, well, why didn’t these miscreant freemasons get prosecuted for doing all this damage? One of the benefits that shield freemasons is their solemn oath to protect one another–at all costs. Governor Hutchinson of Massachusetts wanted to prosecute the rioters, but he said he couldn’t, because he could not guarantee that one or more of their brother masons wouldn’t be on the jury. One local individual said he’d serve on a jury–if the trial was held 3,000 miles away, in London, England. It’s obvious that these individual freemasons had both clout and physical might. People were afraid of repercussions. As a result, only one person of the hundred involved was prosecuted.

Maybe you say–so what? So, it’s a little lie in some history books, no big deal. Perhaps. But it illustrates the methods of operation of the Illuminati thugs around the world.

But wait–not all freemasons are Illuminati. And that is correct. But this bunch probably was.

Green Dragon Tavern

There was a public meeting place called the Green Dragon Tavern in Boston whose earliest operations can be traced back to 1715-1720. The upstairs of the building held the Scottish Rite St. Andrew’s Freemasonry Lodge, and it was also the meeting place for the more public and less fraternal group called the Sons of Liberty. In 1764 the Lodge purchased the building and ran their operations upstairs and a tavern in the basement.

Paul Revere was a member of both groups. He had been a previous Grand Master of the St. Andrews lodge, and at the time of the Tea Party was 2nd in charge. He was also one of the men that stood guard at the wharf and prevented the ship from unloading its cargo. John Hancock was also a member of the St. Andrews freemason lodge. Pretty much every member of the Boston Tea Party rioters was a member of this freemason lodge, and the tea party and other Revolutionary War events were planned there.

This tavern is also important because of the 2 ornaments over the door–the compass and square of the freemasons, and the green dragon sculpture that gave the building its name. It’s not only possible but probable that the dragon was a signal to those Illuminati “in the know” that this was a meeting place of the Green Dragon Family, one of the 4 prominent Dragon Families in the world. Green Dragons are a family from the Northern Quadrant of the Illuminati, Blue Dragons from the West, Gold Dragons from the East and Red dragons from the South. If you look at modern-day internet explanations of this statue, they go into detail about how it was copper that gained a green patina, thus giving it the name the Green Dragon. And how the sculpture went missing a few times, and was remade, etc., etc. Most intelligent people know that copper gets a green patina. And nobody bothers to say “The Green copper dome of such-and-such a building,” they just say “copper” and if it’s green we all know why.

It’s not just possible, but probable that the dragon was a signal and a symbol to those in the know of just who and what owned and operated that building and every meeting in it.

Some people have claimed that they’ve found documents that allude to the fact that after the revolutionary war, the colonies were broke, and as a result, wound up creating a shell corporation called the United States that we are still suffering under today; I cannot confirm this. But it would make sense that if the suspicious nature of the start of the war has been hidden from us, probably a whole lot more has, as well.

Note the lack of any information about the freemasons.

Priory of Sion & Knights Templar
Springmeier, Fritz “Bloodlines of the Illuminati
Illuminati World Systems lecture, Fritz Springmeier

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