Knight argues that there are over one million among us that he claims are trained to be traitors against freedom itself. He proceeds to tell his audience of his claims that these elite members of these secret societies are all intertwined and are working towards a common goal of a “New World Order”. Knight lists societies such as “Skull and Bones”, “The Knight Templars”, “Knights of Malta” ,”Order of the Eastern Star”, and “ the Council of Foreign Relations” but in the end chooses to only concentrate on the “Freemasons” and their roles in “The New World Order”. (Knight).
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...te fashion, as if the author believed that the words that he penned did not need any qualification. Knight believes that these secret society members are in all areas of the government and foundation of society and how the article is written makes it interpreted by its readers as an unqualified assentation that assumes that there will not be any argument given about the allegation that is being made.
In conclusion this article came off as a matter a fact argument that the author did not expect to receive any rebuttals on from his readers. It was written for a right winged, conspiracy minded, militia publication where the author assumed the readers would be like minded and would agree with his argument that all secret societies are out to set up a “New World Order” where the little man will be made slaves to the government and to those who have power and wealth.
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