This one hit very close to home.
I served 7 years active duty in the US Army. The entire time I felt in the very fiber of my being that I was apart of something evil. The only was I could justify it to myself was that I signed on to be a medic and later a nurse, and that I never harmed anyone. But regardless I deployed to an unjust war, carried a weapon everyday and would have fired it if told to. Thankfully for my own soul I never had to.
But in 2012 when I truly began to wake up, I had a complete mental break down. I could no longer accept the cognitive dissonance of what i was doing juxtaposed to the man I wanted to be. I was eventually honorably discharged. I never felt such relief when I took off that uniform for the last time.
And yes, it is a cult. Complete with costumes, rituals, customs, hierarchy and secrecy. Inducting people through trauma based mind control and fear (basic training anyone?)
And anyone who has been the military or police knows how prevalent Freemasonry is. Membership is almost an unwritten requirement for promotion to the higher ranks. A quick glance at the cars in a base parking lot will make this apparent. Freemason and Order of the Eastern Star decals galore.
It's a long video, but worth your time. I encourage you: leave your cult.
"...in the end you belong to neither the light nor the darkness; you will forever stand alone."