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Flat Arthur bust by Masonic arson
Photo Illustrated by The Daily Beast / Shutterstock It seems that the suspect acknowledged the flames less than an hour after the three Masonic lodges were burned in Vancouver, Canada. Vancouver Sun expects 42-year-old Coleman to be charged with arson in one of three flames and similar charges in attacks on two other buildings on Facebook on Tuesday morning It was reported that it was done. Police have not announced Arson’s motives, but Coleman’s Facebook page contains anti-Freemasonry attacks shared from conspiracy pages, especially those on the Flat Earth theory. Earthlings tried to burn the Masonic lodge. In 2018, when the organizers were accused of the same crime, Australia’s flat earth theory went awry. When the Flat Earth theory refuses to make concessions and all hell breaks loose, the Flat Earth theory believes that the planet is shaped like a disk and is a malicious person. I’m trying to trick people into believing they live on Earth. However, the conspiracy movement has not reached consensus as to who is behind the malicious conspiracy. Some flat earth theories blame the government and call for anti-Semitic conspiracy theories, while falsely accusing Freemasons of hiding the true shape of the Earth. There are also people. Conspiracy theories about groups like Freemasons are not without results. The group was mistakenly accused of secret societies, leading to the persecution of Freemasons by the Nazi regime. Meanwhile, fascists linked fraternity to Judaism to claim the “Jewish-Freemasonry” conspiracy. Defender Arson told The Daily Beast that Freemasonry had attracted the attention of some flat Earthlings as it still maintained its public presence as it had a reputation for being a secret society. Told. That means they are always aware of the different societies that have been accused of keeping the world secret, “Sergeant told The Daily Beast in an email. “I feel sick of Mason because they are by far the most public of the secret societies. For example, US lodges are usually large, stone, easy-to-find buildings, and almost conceivable. It’s in every town. ”Also, three buildings around Vancouver were easy to find and all burned early. The time of March 30th. No one was injured, but one building was completely destroyed. Approximately 40 minutes after the last fire, Coleman wrote a Facebook post boasting about “cleaning a devilish clubhouse,” CTV News first reported. Attack on Freemasonry. This is a page of the Flat Earth theory that falsely implied that small fraternity organizations actually dominate the world’s largest tech companies, or are involved in plans to harm people with vaccination. Contains posts from. He has also repeatedly promoted the large Flat Earth Facebook group and is a friend of Canada’s prominent Flat Earth author Mak Parhar and Facebook. Parhar, who did not return a request for comment, was first talked about in 2020 after his yoga studio was closed. I falsely claimed that yoga could cure COVID-19. Shortly thereafter, he was the subject of a criminal investigation after filming himself entering the hospital’s COVID-19 area without permission. Paher was finally arrested in November after traveling to the United States for the Flat Earth theory and returning to Canada, allegedly failing to quarantine. (He is currently fighting the proceedings using a fake legal theory that claims he does not have to comply with any particular law or pay taxes.) Unbelievably, Tuesday’s arson was a flat earthling. Was not the first to be accused of burning a Masonic lodge. In 2018, as CNET reported at the time, the lodge fire overturned Australia’s first attempted flat earth theory. The meeting was still in the planning stages, but two organizers discussed and drunk one (called “Tigger”) and set fire to the Masonic lodge. “Tigger just lost the plot,” his co-organizer told CNET that year. “He was arrested trying to burn the Masonic lodge.” In fact, the incident could have been worse. Tigger is said to have covered the door with a rapidly burning fuel that burned out before it spread to the rest of the building. (Tigger condemned the arson sickness and confirmed the widespread stroke of the incident to CNET.) The Masonic lodge in question posted on Facebook that they had experienced an attack, but members arsoned. I didn’t know if the criminals were angry at their particular building, or Masonic in general. “I don’t know why he did this,” the lodge told CNET. “It’s good to know why.” In Canada, a Masonic organization blamed the fire. Freemasonry didn’t seem to believe Coleman, Dave Goddard, a spokesman for Grand Lodge and Yukon in British Columbia, told CTV News. “This individual has obvious issues that need to be addressed.” Read more at The Daily Beast. Do you have any hints? Send it to The Daily Beast here. Put your top stories in your inbox every day. Sign up now! DailyBeast Membership: Beast Inside digs deeper into the stories that matter to you. learn more.