The Day Virginia Died

The Day Virginia Died
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The tentacles of the Masonic Canaanite octopus are nowhere more deeply embedded than in the State of Virginia. Known to our traditions as “the Mother of Presidents” and “the Cradle of the Republic”, Virginia is credited with having set the standards of Southern living and culture. This is a far cry from the twentieth century reality of Virginia as a degraded, backward state which from the beginning of its history has been invaded and overrun by “the determined men of Masonry”. Since the end of the Civil War, the state has been run by a succession of Masonic carpetbaggers. Later it was invaded by a host of Northern millionaires, most of them Masons, who bought out the old families of Virginia and evicted them from their historic homes. In most cases, these showplaces have been turned into advertisements for the type of decor features in “Better Homes and Gardens”.

The state of Virginia is dominated by three large residential areas, the northeast, which is a bedroom community for federal government workers in Washington, D.C.; the Richmond axis, which is totally dominated by the burgeoning state bureaucracy, and the Norfolk area, which is dominated by a huge naval base and the defence bureaucracy. Thus, the major part of the state is hostage to the bureaucracy.