Massive Masonic Lodges BURN To The Ground!
I am tired of reporting on stories that are totally obvious and done on purpose, with a greater significance, while the mainstream media is either not reporting them, or later reporting them to be coincidences.
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In today’s story, you’ll see three different video footage of masonic lodges (different ones) burning to the ground, on the exact same day.
Here’s the other one.
And the third one.
Here are more details to the “coincidence”.
“Vancouver police arrested a 42-year-old man suspected of arson in three fires at Masonic lodges in Metro Vancouver on Tuesday morning.
The arrest came after an off-duty police officer driving past the Masonic temple near Rupert Street and East 29th Avenue in Vancouver noticed a man walking away from the building as it burned, according to Vancouver Police Department (VPD) Const. Tania Visintin.
Video taken by a bystander shows flames licking at an entrance to the temple as a man carries a red jerrycan to the trunk of a black van. He is then confronted by the off-duty officer.
The man managed to get away but was then arrested just before 10 a.m. in Burnaby near North Fraser Way and Marine Way, about a 20-minute drive from the location of the last of the fires, according to police.
“He did a great job in stopping and speaking to this suspect,” Visintin told reporters during a news conference, referring to the off-duty officer.
“He attempted to take the suspect into custody, a fight ensued, and the suspect was able to get away.”
North Vancouver fire crews responded to a fire near Lonsdale Avenue and 12th Street on Tuesday morning, one of three fires at Masonic lodges in the metro Vancouver area. Police later said they had arrested a 42-year-old man in connection with the fire.
The Vancouver fire followed two other blazes that were reported earlier in the morning at Masonic lodges in North Vancouver. Police say no one was injured during the fires or the arrest, and are recommending arson charges.
Investigators have released few details about the suspect or possible motives, except to say that he has a history of interactions with the police and no history of arson.
“We don’t have answers as to the motive,” North Vancouver RCMP Sgt. Peter DeVries said. “Those are questions that we want answers to as well.”
Visintin said she was not aware of any specific threats to Masonic organizations before Tuesday’s fires.
Fires began early Tuesday morning
North Vancouver RCMP received reports of the first fire at the Lynn Valley lodge just before 6:45 a.m.
A few minutes later, just before 7 a.m., they were notified of a second fire at Duke of Connaught Lodge No. 64 near Lonsdale Ave. and 12th St., a 10-minute drive away.
First responders said the third fire was reported at the Park Lodge Masonic Hall in Vancouver just before 7:30 a.m.
“This was a really quick-moving, fast investigation,” DeVries said.
While police tried to identify a suspect and draw connections between the three fires, officers were posted to other Masonic halls in the city.”
Significant building fire Lonsdale @ 11th, North Vancouver. @NorthShoreNews @CBCVancouver pic.twitter.com/4Qmba2yhEu
— Henry Armitage (@hpka) March 30, 2021
What do you think this represents?