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Jim Corr: 'I'd stand for election to save Ireland from the Freemasons'

Singer cites secret societies and microchipping among his fears
Corr: 'The push towards global government totally correlates with the Freemasonic agenda'
Corrs: not convinced

Musician Jim Corr has revealed he would like to contest a future general election to oppose plans for a world government.

The Dundalk-born member of the Corrs recently provoked controversy when he claimed rogue elements of the Bush administration were responsible for the 9/11 terrorist attacks.

In an interview with the Sunday Tribune, the pop star spoke about his political ambitions and his belief that the government is populated by members of the Freemasons.

Corr explained: "I love playing music but I wouldn't rule anything out down the line. I imagine it would be an incredibly difficult job but if I felt we were going in such a bad direction, then maybe I would stand. I would be an independent because I am not affiliated with any political party."

However he admits to have been drawn to Sinn Féin during the public vote on the Lisbon Treaty. "Certainly the views of one party did resonate a bit more with me this time. Because of what we've experienced as a nation. Six hundred years of tyranny under the British establishment. We cannot forget that and here we are giving away our national sovereignty to a new European federal state."

The 43-year-old was a vocal anti-Lisbon Treaty campaigner and he does not regret his much-published outburst which has been perceived as anti-American.

Corr claimed explosives had been planted in the Twin Towers and that evidence had been disposed of by New York mayor Rudy Giuliani.

"There was a backlash against me in the media and I fully expected it. But I tell you what, I was very surprised and overwhelmed by the support I got from people. This came through texts and emails that were read out on radio stations. It meant a hell of a lot to me and I just want to say thank you to the people who supported me."

Today FM's Gift Grub comedy slot produced a sketch on the controversy but Corr believes there was more to it than meets the eye.

"I heard that sketch, and while I laughed, I tell you the guy who wrote it knows an awful lot more than he is letting on. About the whole conspiracy in general. It was in his wording. He was clued in. I'm not going to be specific about it but it was clever in the way it was done."

Corr became interested in the new world order post-9/11 but his three glamorous sisters don't seem to share his enthusiasm.

"I don't think my sisters would be into singing about stuff like this and in no way do my views necessarily reflect the views of anyone else in my family. This is something I have been studying myself."

Separated from former fiancée Gayle Williamson (28) since 2006, Corr spends most of his time looking after his property investments and travelling back and forth to Belfast to see their son Brandon (1).

Brandon's arrival last year also had a part in the politicisation of Jim Corr. "When you have children there is an extension of you into the future. You think, hang on, this may not affect me but what on earth is it going to be like for my children? You start to ask questions."

Questions like: if, according to Corr, 40% of Fianna Fáil and 50% of Fine Gael were against the Lisbon Treaty, why were so many of the country's politicians pushing to get it through?

"There are a large number of secret societies in our government, we certainly know that. The push towards global government totally correlates with the Freemasonic agenda. The way it works is that once they see a rising star, let's say a politician, they're approached, as a couple of my friends have been approach­ed, because they would see you as an asset to the brotherhood. Tony Blair is a 33rd degree Freemason. That's fairly common knowledge. Sure the Queen is grand patroness of the World Freemasonry. Silvio Berlusconi is a high level Freemason. President George Bush is a member of the Skull and Bones, the Yale secret society, which is an off-shoot of the Freemasons."

While Corr says he doesn't know if Taoiseach Brian Cowen is a Freemason, he fears that despite the No vote, we need to keep an eye on Europe.

"Imagine the nightmare of genetically modified foods being pushed onto our farmers. This might sound extreme but there is a component in GM foods called Agro bacterium which has been shown to alter human DNA. You don't want to be eating that.

"There's another agenda to microchip the planet. With these chips inside our bodies they have the potential to manipulate us, emotionally, physically and mentally. It might sound like science fiction but that's what I and other people think the ultimate agenda is. It's got to be stopped."

June 22, 2008

#1 Kevin Boyle commented, on June 22, 2008 at 2:26 p.m.:

The latest opinion polls in the USA show that one third of the population do not believe the official 9/11 narrative. People are waking up.
Well done to Jim Corr. Here's a guy who recognises what is important. He's correct on these issues. Do your own research. Discover the truth and spread the word.

#2 europhile commented, on June 22, 2008 at 9:39 p.m.:

Nee-naw! Nee-naw!

#3 paul commented, on June 22, 2008 at 10:05 p.m.:

9/11 was an inside job!!There is no question about it.If you think what i am saying is outrageous then research it.just type in 911 and press return.Good Man Jim.We need other well known people to join forces and awake the majority.Vote NO AGAIN!!

#4 Shan Mohangi commented, on June 22, 2008 at 11:07 p.m.:

Can someone please check what's in the water in the Dundalk area, or take Tom Cruise's number off Jim's speed dial, please?

Btw, as I recall, The Corrs played on the US Navy's aircraft carrier, The John F Kennedy, in Dublin Bay in 1995. So, no problem with the US establishment then, eh, Jimbo?

#5 Mr B commented, on June 23, 2008 at 12:01 a.m.:

They are putting fluoride in the water... lowers the IQ..

Id Vote for Jim. Good for him Speaking out.

#6 Ciaran Gallagher commented, on June 23, 2008 at 12:25 a.m.:

I agree entirely with Jim he is completely right. Do the research yourself and no doubt you'll come to the same conclusion. Watch documentaries like 'Zeitgeist the movie', which has been in the top 10 videos at Google Video since December 2007 right up to now. The truth is coming out. Many people would be surprised at the amount of votes Jim would get.

#7 Chris Richards commented, on June 23, 2008 at 3:02 a.m.:

Corr is a funny guy. I admire him and roughly agree with what he says, however, he should shy away from using such ridiculous language. You don't need a lodge to met up and conspire to profiteer off the workers and screw the people. It's enough to say our leaders and their pay masters in the corporate arena are thoroughly contemptible and out to stash as much cash off you as they possibly can.

#8 Elaine commented, on June 23, 2008 at 8:46 a.m.:

and may i say.... that this is just the tip of the iceberg... jim is right in plain english. and did you ever consider that maybe those concerts were for the american fans not the establishment? it's very easy for you to say there's something wrong with the water in Dundalk, why don't you try something different though? why don't you give every person fair time and hear what they have to say? why don't you realise that the media is corrupt and only shows what it approves? why don't you check out this link, open your mind and then make your OWN mind up....

Jim you've been so very brave and we are very proud of you!

#9 John Murphy commented, on June 23, 2008 at 9:57 a.m.:

Between Lisbon and now this, there won't be a Tin Foil Hat left in the country.

#10 Trigger commented, on June 23, 2008 at 11:58 a.m.:

Hey Elaine , Who is this "we" and where do we sign up for your news letter?

#11 Dan Lynch commented, on June 23, 2008 at 12:04 p.m.:

This is hilarious...Agrobacterium is found everywhere in nature where plants are....also there are many ways to produce GM crops many of which do not involve Agrobacterium....Jim do the research online!!

#12 Fran commented, on June 23, 2008 at 2:13 p.m.:

He's absolutely correct on all counts, ive been researching this stuff since 911 and the past year and a half looking into the bigger New World Order scenario which connects 911 and so many others. The NWO go under the names of the Rockefeller controlled Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), Freemasons, Illuminati/Skull & Bones in the US. Also check out the Project For A New American Century (PNAC).
For some documentaries to watch about this stuff, go to Google Video and search for "Esoteric Agenda" and "Empire Of The City".

#13 Shan Mohangi commented, on June 23, 2008 at 2:15 p.m.:

Oh man, check out that glazed look in his eyes. As they'd say in "Carry On Doctor":

"Nurse, The Screens!"

"American fans" on the JFK aircraft carrier. Good one...

Next week: "Drummer from The Cranberries Admits to Being On the Grassy Knoll".

#14 Shan Mohangi commented, on June 23, 2008 at 4:41 p.m.:

Btw, if he or his sisters paid their fair share of tax in Ireland he might have some claim to be in touch. But a tax free 250k followed by a measly marginal rate for Jim and his artist friends removes him from relevance. If he wants to save Ireland from an unaccountable elite, then save us from Aosdana.

#15 G commented, on June 23, 2008 at 5:12 p.m.:

Well done Jim. The amount of books now and dvd documentaries on these subjects is incredible, most written and produced by high ranking journalists, investigators, ex-policemen and politicians. I find it so interesting the amount of people who now share Jims views while the rest of the world are content to believe Sky News and the daily papers. Look at all the hours of nonsense people watch on tv, society is asleep, whats more the childish mocking of his views is embarrasing. Are you all five years old again? Do different views deserve ridicule??

#16 Frances Kelly commented, on June 23, 2008 at 5:38 p.m.:

Are these conspiracy nutters? I sense a touch of xenophobia in all this tumult! If there IS a threat in this world, it's from people who have no better to do than twist their brains into ever diminishing circles till they end up in their own orifices...God save us from these people....

#17 Elaine commented, on June 23, 2008 at 6:43 p.m.:

wow! you got me! the JFK aircraft thing really was the most important point that i made.... fair play for calling me on it! seriously....... like, this isn't a case of a shower of nutters ramming conspiracy theories down people's throats, we are people who by chance, or word of mouth or common sense, have looked at events like 9/11 and are open enough to look... and see... that there is something very wrong here.

1.did you know that buliding 7 of WTC was demolished admittedly the afternoon of 9/11 by the owner! and that these demolitions take weeks to plan... but they managed to do it in a few hours!

2. did you know this building contained the CIA, the secret service offices and all the other important nerve centres of the WTC.

3. did you know that larry silverstein (owners of the twin towers and building 7) insured the buildings for billions.. against terrorist attacks in the months leading up to 9/11.

4. did you know he got paid 4.5 billion for their collapse (one of the buildings to which he admitted collapsing!)

5. did you know that buildings that were nearer the twin towers caught on fire and were severly damaged that day.. but did not collapse, coincidentally, these were not owned or operated by larry silverstein.

6. did you know, that as director, larry silverstein hired marvin bush, YES georges brother, to run security in the WTC and that his contract expired on.... wait for it.... 9/11!

7. did you know that countless people... like jesse james and the joint chiefs of staff! for example were warned to stay away from new york on 9/11.

and these are but a few points... all i'm saying is open your mind, you don't just have to believe what your told...

have a float around the internet.... there's so much stuff going on behind the scenes... and they don't just hope for our ignorance, they depend on it... it's time to break that cycle!

#18 WS commented, on June 23, 2008 at 7:13 p.m.:

"The push towards global government totally correlates with the Freemasonic agenda."
No it doesn't.

The way it works is that once they see a rising star, let's say a politician, they're approached, as a couple of my friends have been approach ed, because they would see you as an asset to the brotherhood.
No it doesn't work that way.

"Tony Blair is a 33rd degree Freemason. That's fairly common knowledge."
No he's not.

"Sure the Queen is grand patroness of the World Freemasonry."
There's no such thing as a Grand Patroness or World Freemasonry.

"President George Bush is a member of the Skull and Bones, the Yale secret society, which is an off-shoot of the Freemasons."
Skull & Bones and Freemasonry are not even remotely related.

Jim Corr is a conspiracy theory nut who needs to get his facts straight.

#19 shan mohangi commented, on June 23, 2008 at 7:18 p.m.:

Q: "Do different views deserve ridicule??"

A: Yes. If they're daft. Look at Father Ted.

These conspiraclunacy views are nothing new in Ireland - thank you Morgan Stack of Tralee RTC - and they're one of the reasons we have books like Cult of the Amateur. If you want a better take on conspiracy daftness then take a look at this thread - - hardly a bastion of freemasonry and neo-con deniers:

".. 9-11 crusaders are among the internet's most prolific producers of absolute unmitigated nonsense and embarassingly ungrounded speculation, which considering the medium, is saying quite a lot. In terms of political discussion on the Internet (and on sites such as this) they are single-handedly responsible for a serious negative shift in the signal to noise ratio. If I wasn't aware of the effects of paranoid narcissism on the personality, I'd be tempted to think that it was all a big conspiracy."

#20 Elaine commented, on June 23, 2008 at 11:32 p.m.:

yes, WS, you really proved your point their with your emphatic 'no he's not' and 'no it doesn't explanations....

also... i don't know since when... photographic evidence has become 'embarrassingly ungrounded speculation' you don't seem to care about the evidence is that why are you attacking the the medium? if a movie was made about it and backed by fox and paid for and advertised down your throat... would you believe it then? would you go to McDonalds and buy the happy meal in coujunction with it?!

so thats the pentagon there... see where ya boeing 747 went? ya... in that window there... where's the footage proving that it was a plane that hit?! buggar... the FBI confiscated it...

#21 Shan Mohangi commented, on June 24, 2008 at 1:03 a.m.:

They warned Jesse James to stay away on 9/11.

Case dismissed.

#22 Shan Mohangi commented, on June 24, 2008 at 1:07 a.m.:

Have you noticed that if you substitute "jews" for "freemasons" and "Versailles Treaty" for "9/11" suddenly this insanity takes on an all too familiar dimension?

#23 Wise commented, on June 24, 2008 at 7:27 p.m.:

Here is a report from Bloomberg News about Mexican Attorney General getting "a non-removable microchip implanted in his arm as a security measure":

Here is the Main Stream Media NBC promoting the VeriChip (human implant):

Here is a Fox News clip reporting on a promo, FREE Microchip Implants:

- for hundreds more, look your selves.

Let's do a test to see are any of you critical thinkers:
Who is crazy?
A) The company pushing human Microchipping and it financiers.
B) The media for reporting it
C) An individual for reporting it

All the posts above that clearly have chosen C should be regarded as non-critical thinkers.

#24 WS commented, on June 24, 2008 at 8:30 p.m.:

Elaine, why would I have to clarify myself when Mr. Corr can make blanket statements without backing them up? But here it goes:
1) To say that a global government correlates with a Masonic agenda is just hogwash. Worldwide there are thousands of Masonic jurisdictions that operate independently from each other. Self spiritual improvement is the agenda of Freemasonry.
2) Soliciting can get you expelled from Freemasonry.
3) Anyone can claim that <insert name> is a 33 degree Mason. Besides, it's like an honourary degree; something to be proud off.
4) World Freemasonry does not exist. There are many variations and thousands of jurisdictions.
5) Skull & Bones is a University (Greek) Fraternity. Knock on it's door and it will stay closed. Knock on a Masonic Temple door and it will be opened and your questions will be answered.

#25 Johnny commented, on June 24, 2008 at 10:55 p.m.:

The man is clearly an idiot, as is anyone who has hinted at being in agreement with him. I enjoyed Kevin Boyle's comment that "people are waking up". Why Kevin? Because the guitarist from a family band in Dundalk that haven't had a hit for years says so? Look, the world is a dull place. There is no 9/11 conspiracy. There is no Freemason conspiracy. There isn't a Jewish one either (just in case there are neo Nazi types reading the Tribune).

The truth about the Freemasons? Like the Orange Order and the Jesuits and lots of other organisations that should have died out years ago they aren't made for the modern world and they're just a bit, well, odd.

#26 who me commented, on June 24, 2008 at 11:45 p.m.:

yes its all bull just look at the bottom of the second plane

forget party politics religion etc a bastard is a bastard

#27 Fran commented, on June 25, 2008 at 2:33 a.m.:

No, no, there's no such thing as the New World Order, its a farce! Im afraid its not:

Gordon Brown New World Order Speech

#28 Wise commented, on June 25, 2008 at 4:05 p.m.:

FBI Most Wanted Page for Bin Laden:

There is no mention of Sept 11 on the list of why the FBI want him. Saddam didn't have WMDs in 2003 and the FBI don't want Bin Laden for 9/11 because there is also no evidence for that lie.

Do a bit of research...

#29 Truebluedub commented, on June 25, 2008 at 10:04 p.m.:

Antimasonry is tied directly to the infamous Protocols of Zion and most books promoting conspiracy theories cite them.

#30 Truebluedub commented, on June 25, 2008 at 10:44 p.m.:

Also we have to keep in mind that the masons did at one stage have political involvement - promoting the ideals of the enlightenment - maybe the people who oppose today's freemasons should ask themselves why they would turn their backs on ideas such as equality, states run by the informed consent of the people, liberty, etc. Of course the freemasons avoid politics these days (though politicians can join) because they were believed by the religious in America to be a corrupting influence. on politics.

#31 Marky commented, on June 26, 2008 at 4:48 a.m.:

It's great to see the number of informed people on world events is rising,
and the willfully, and invincibly ignorant are being decimated into the
history books.

Do your research, and wake up.

Fair dues to you Jim. Don't let cowards annoy you !

#32 Jonny commented, on June 26, 2008 at 1:39 p.m.:

Article 65 of the 1920 Government of Ireland act says that Freemasons are above the law. Go check it out. I'd give you a link on the net but it's not on the net but you can get it if you ask for it in the Government Publications office.

#33 Albert P commented, on June 28, 2008 at 7:50 a.m.:

Another famous person embarrasses themselves by getting baited into Protocols of Zion type sensationalism yet again... sigh. Seems like he's setting himself up to be the Arnold Schwarzenegger of Ireland, but leftist leaning. Maybe he'll add the film Zeitgeist to grade school curriculi?

#34 Roisin commented, on June 28, 2008 at 7:58 p.m.:

Too much time on the internet, too much money and nothing real to occupy him. He should concentrate on maintaining a balanced lifestyle and being a good Dad to his son.

#35 Darragh commented, on July 5, 2008 at 12:58 a.m.:

Just stick to playin the f****in guitar Jim!