Occult Forces  The mysteries of Freemasonry...
Published on Jun 8, 2020
Marketing itself as an ancient trade guild-an organized society of men associated together in an environment of companionship and brotherhood; dedicated to the intellectual, physical, and social development of its members; Freemasonry is actually a secretive conscription medium for Jewish Zionism. Recruiting powerful people from politics, media and celebrity through Freemasonry Jewish Zionism has a direct influence on world events. A modern variation of Jewish Freemasonry’s recruitment of the best and brightest into their regime falls under the banner ‘common purpose’. This fashions itself as an ‘educational charity’ but really churns out Jewish Marxist propaganda to unsuspecting clients. - https://antizionistleague.com/scrapbook/jewish-zionism/freemasonry/
Following WW2, the writer of the film above, Jean-Marie Rivière, was imprisoned. Its producer, Robert Muzard, and director, Paul Riche (the pseudonym of Jean Mamy), were EXECUTED (+1949) for their part in the production of this film. "Occult Forces" was the last film Riche directed before his unjust execution.
Tagline: Les mystères de la francomaçonnerie pour le premier fois dévoilés à l'écran. (The mysteries of Freemasonry revealed for the first time on screen
Plot: The film recounts the life of a young député who joins the Freemasons in order to relaunch his career. He thus learns of how the Freemasons are conspiring with the Jews and the Anglo-american nations to encourage France into a war against Germany.
The film was commissioned in 1942 by the Propaganda Abteilung, a delegation of Germany's propaganda ministry within the protectorate by the ex-Mason Mamy. It virulently denounces Freemasonry, parliamentarianism and Jews as part of Vichy's drive against them and seeks to prove a Jewish-Masonic plot. On France's "liberation" its writer Jean Marquès-Rivière, its producer Robert Muzard and its direction Jean Mamy were purged for collaboration with the Germans. On 25 November 1945, Muzard was condemned to 3 years in prison and Marquès-Rivière was condemned in his absence (he had gone into self-imposed exile) to death and degradation. Mamy had also been a journalist on L'Appel under Pierre Constantini (leader of the Ligue française d'épuration, d'entraide sociale et de collaboration européenne) and on the collaborationist journal Au pilori, and was thus condemned to death and executed at the fortress of Montrouge on 29 March 1949.
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