Freemasons Killed Michael Brown — Or Was It a Horseman? Signs of the Apocalypse in Ferguson, Missouri?

The mess in Missouri is escalating fast, but not everyone believes in the two sides that are being presented to us by our friends at the mainstream media.  Fortunately, there are people like the one that made the video below.  It explains in great detail how 18-year-old Michael Brown was not really shot by a white police officer, because that police officer was actually inhabited by one of the four horsemen of the apocalypse, the one that jumps into people’s skins.  Then, the skin surfer left the police officer and is now inhabiting the people rioting and committing atrocities in the streets.  He even explains that the people rioting are actually on the same side as the “beast” that killed Brown.  If that isn’t enough, there is some serious Freemason implications and a bitching map of Missouri that reveals an evil entity carved out in the roads and rivers of the state.

He also explains how this is evidence that Pinhead is here on Earth (whatever that means) and how the endtimes are not just coming quickly, but very much advanced.  Oh yeah, and ten nations are going to go against America and burn it in fire.

Or it could be that a white police officer got a little more nervous than he should have and shot a black teenager because he thought he might be armed?

Wait a minute.  That’s just crazy talk.

One thought on “Freemasons Killed Michael Brown — Or Was It a Horseman? Signs of the Apocalypse in Ferguson, Missouri?”

  1. you are so funny and should become a comedian, now that’s a joke so do not quit your day job. By the way since you’ve done so much research on freemasonry and noticed that the picture of Darren Wilson accepting an award shows him doing the grip of the entered apprentice which is for those involved in freemasonry to recognize a fellow adept of the craft. It is done by pressing the thumb against the top of the first knuckle joint of a fellow Mason while they press on the first masons knuckle.

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