喬治·弗洛伊德(George Floyd)是共濟會的犧牲者還是梅森的犧牲者?


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我不確定是什麼雞肉,什麼是雞蛋,但是在公眾八卦和拉里·約翰遜(Larry Johnson)的推文之間,似乎有人聲稱喬治·弗洛伊德(George Floyd)是共濟會的犧牲者。

著名人士提出索賠。

Larry Johnson twitter

"媒體"報導

我能找到的最好的消息來源是峽谷新聞

canyon news, contains image of Floyd allegedly making Masonic symbols with hands

其餘的內容是您希望在youtube上找到的,或者是由非記者但希望發表文章並獲得報酬的人撰寫的。

mediocre writing, but contains Larry Johnson tweets as images

5 min youtube video ranting about Floyd/Masonic Sacrifice

Single paragraph [thus garbage] article spreading gossip

~3 minute youtube video ranting about Floyd/Masonic Sacrifice/Planned race war

~8 minute youtube video "fact checking" Stephen Jackson instagram posts

Reddit forum on Larry Johnson tweeting about Stephen Jackson sacrificing Floyd

我將標題分為兩部分,因為我懷疑會否有任何令人滿意的結論可以斷定他是個犧牲品。如果他是這樣,而目的是像某些人所說的那樣發起一場種族戰爭,我懷疑他們會公開承認這一點。然而,與共濟會犧牲的主張一樣,弗洛伊德本人是梅森的主張也有,其中有一些他被拍成"共濟會符號"的主張。

如果我能直截了當,在2016年,斯蒂芬·傑克遜(Stephen Jackson)發布了一張紀念他父親的照片,這似乎表明他的父親是一個泥瓦匠,而且,斯蒂芬·傑克遜(Stephen)也將跟隨他的腳步。參見峽谷新聞鏈接3。斯蒂芬·傑克遜(Stephen Jackson)的原始推文似乎是2016年4月17日。

My Fathers Mason brothers 33 gave me something to cherish. My dads gear. Will be following your footsteps soon pop. Rest easy. Salute to all his Mason brothers.

Larry Johnson轉推了帖子的屏幕截圖,說

Just like Travyon Martin y'all looting and rioting and looting over another Freemason Sacrifice to bring you closer to dying in the street.

Canyon新聞能夠證實Johnson的推文是真實的,但無法證實所謂的Stephen Jackson Masonic推文的屏幕截圖是真實的。

Stephen Jackson於5月下旬在instagram上發布了這張圖片twitter0並添加了標題

I keep posting so yall can see my brother is his element and not on the ground begging for his life. Really Real. Floyd Da God. Memories to hold on to

這一說法似乎是陰謀理論家(或至少是拉里·約翰遜)的意圖,暗示斯蒂芬·傑克遜(Stephen Jackson)犧牲了喬治·弗洛伊德(George Floyd)。因此,2016年的推文暗示傑克遜想成為共濟會會員。第二篇文章似乎暗示弗洛伊德是共濟會,拉里·約翰遜似乎暗示傑克遜成為梅森,弗洛伊德是梅森,傑克遜是犧牲弗洛伊德的一部分。

關於峽谷的文章還指出,陰謀論者利用弗洛伊德家族的律師是"著名的霍爾·梅森王子"這一事實,弗洛伊德的兩個孩子的中間名"梅森"助長了他們的猜測。

據我所知,所有的猜測都助長了這個謠言,但我對共濟會,傑克遜,約翰遜甚至弗洛伊德一無所知。似乎混合了撒旦和共濟會的符號似乎很奇怪……我所知道的共濟會不是撒旦的嗎?

說這種陰謀是沒有道理的嗎?

Polifact將謠言定為虛假,但他們的搜索只是詢問一個共濟會旅館,如果弗洛伊德(Floyd)是那裡的成員。twitter1

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THE CANYON-NEWS.COM NEWS ARTICLE

Before we begin, the writer of this article self describes as a 16 year old girl from Malaysia.

Former NBA player Larry Johnson shared a screenshot of a supposed 2016 Instagram post by fellow ex-player Stephen Jackson.

The "Larry Johnson" described is not former basketball player Larry Johnson but former football player Larry Johnson.

It shows Masonic “gear” of the latter’s late father, with the caption reading: “will be following your foot steps pops… Salute to all his Mason Brothers.”

Google Reverse Image Search and Tineye do not return any results on the supposed image in question. The article states that the post cannot be found on Mr. Jackson's Instagram, and the lack of a blue check mark next to Mr. Jackson's profile means that this photo was not recently captured. Furthermore, I can not verify any details as to whether Mr. Jackson's father is alive or dead, and when he may have died if deceased.

The second Instagram post is from late May this year, and Jackson said he shared it so “[you all] can see my brother [Floyd] in his element.” Floyd and someone else in the photo can be seen holding up an alleged “Masonic hand sign,” known by some as the “O.K. sign” or the “666 sign.”

The OK guesture has no link to Satanism as far as I can tell from Wikipedia, and Google Searches return nothing either. It's also left entirely unclear why supposed Satanic symbols would be linked to Free Masonry.

Furthermore, according to this interview with Mr. Jackson, he was a member of The Bloods growing up, and the hand gesture could very well be a gang sign, as evidenced by the cover image of this article on gangculture.com showing a Blood displaying a very similar hand sign.

Jackson also referred to Floyd as his “brother” several times, despite coming from a seemingly different background.

I can't believe I have to dignify this with a response so I'm just gonna link this. Also, by this logic, Boromir and King Aragorn are Free Masons. I was in a fraternity in college, so by that logic, I'm a Free Mason.

In addition, Mr. Jackson routinely called Mr. Floyd "twin" due to their physical resemblance to each other.

Another factor linking Floyd to Masonry is Benjamin Crump, the attorney for Floyd’s family. Crump is listed as a “famous Prince Hall Mason” on the website of the Most Worshipful Grand Lodge of Ohio. A Grand Lodge is a governing body of Freemasonry in an individual jurisdiction. Crump was also the attorney for the family of Trayvon Martin, a shooting victim whose father was allegedly a Freemason.

Benjamin Crump is indeed a member of the Prince Hall Masons. This is separate from traditional Freemasonry, however (tl;dr, Freemason lodges in the 1790s were racist). In addition, Mr. Crump was most likely chosen due to the fact that he has represented a large number of racially charged cases. Please see Wikipedia:Benjamin Crump:Career for more info.

It should also be pointed out that the Trayvon Martin conspiracies were also propogated by Mr. Johnson, who we will get to in a moment.

Additionally, the middle name of two of Floyd’s children is “Mason”: Connie Mason Floyd and Quincy Mason Floyd.

This seems to be wrong. While they do have the names right, "Mason" appears to be the last name of Connie and Quincy's mother. According to interviews with Mr. Mason-Floyd, his mother had moved himself and his sister away 15 years ago, they had not seen their father since, and that Mr. Mason-Floyd had not spoken with his father in about 5 years. Mr. Mason-Floyd was introduced at a press conference as "Quincy Mason".

DEVIL HORNS

Not brought up by the Canyon-News article but in one of the video is Mr. Jackson's apparent use of "Devil Horns" to prove that he is a Satanist. Again, ignoring the fact that there is no logical leap from "Satanist" to "Free Masonry", and the fact that Mr. Jackson routinely posts religious inspirational quotes to his Instagram, the "Devil Horns" are in no way exclusive to Satanists.

Please see the Wikipedia Article on "Sign of the Horns". Notably, the horns are used by the University of Texas Longhorns, the same state where Mr. Jackson grew up.

LARRY JOHNSON

Larry Johnson hasn't quite been stable since retiring from the NFL, and claims to be suffering from CTE.

Because of memory loss, suicidal impulses, mood swings, and headaches, Johnson believes he has chronic traumatic encephalopathy (which can't be diagnosed until an autopsy is performed on the brain after death). Johnson also states that he doesn't remember playing two seasons.

This wouldn't be the first current or former professional athlete that Mr. Johnson has levied extreme claims against.