Historian Brought Freemasons to Heel

Bernard Fay, 1893-1978

(Henry Makow) During a brief period from 1940-1944 in France, Freemasonry met its nemesis. He wasn’t a mighty warrior but rather an intellectual.

Harvard-educated historian, Bernard Fay, a member of the College de France and Director of the National Library, headed an investigative unit that rooted out Freemasons.

Working for Vichy President Philippe Petain and the Gestapo, Bernard Fay compiled a list of 170,000 Freemasons, of whom 989 were sent to concentration camps where 549 were shot. In addition, about 3000 lost their jobs. All Freemasons were required by law to declare themselves to authorities.

Fay also seized the secret archives from the Grand Orient in Paris and from Masonic lodges throughout the country. He compiled the information at the Biblioteque National and edited a monthly Journal, Les Documents Maconniques.

The lead articles had titles like “Freemasonry and the Corruption of Morals.” “Freemasonry Against the State,” and “The Masonic Lie.” Read more

Editors Note: Yeap, freemasons (not worth an upper case f here) are most of those in our so called courts and governments lording over us all, while having sworn an oath to internationalism.