Gary Ablett doubles down on conspiracy

AFL icon Gary Ablett Sr has released another video doubling down on earlier claims he made about the Illuminati and the Freemasons organisation.

The Geelong legend uploaded a lengthy face-to-camera video during the week in which he claimed the coronavirus was “deliberately made and designed, and deliberately released” by the Illuminati and other secret societies.

The 27-minute video titled “What’s really going on and who’s behind it all” was uploaded to YouTube on Thursday. In it, the 58-year-old shared a number of conspiracy theories related to COVID-19.

Ablett has since uploaded another, shorter video on YouTube to defend those claims and encourage people to seek out the “truth”.

“I understand that there may be some people out there who may be involved in the Illuminati or the Freemasons who don’t agree with my views, and may be very upset with me,” Ablett says in the new clip.

“I understand that, but I haven’t said anything I can’t back up with solid evidence and I don’t say things like that lightly.

“Can I encourage you and challenge you, that if you don’t agree with my views about what the Illuminati and the Freemasonry fraternity is really all about, and who they really worship, can I challenge you to get on the internet ...

“If you want to know the truth, it’s there for you to see and to find — if you really want to know the truth.

“I appreciate if you don’t share my views, but as I’ve said I don’t take what I said lightly on that video.”

Ablett said he made his comments because he wants people to know “God loves you” and “I care enough to tell you the truth”. He added being part of the Illuminati and Freemasonry is “very dangerous and perilous to one’s eternal soul”.

“I care enough to tell you the truth. It’s up to you whether you’re willing to receive it and search it out for yourself,” Ablett said. “Your eternal destiny is at stake.”

Ablett is a four-time All-Australian and three-time Coleman Medallist. He was inducted into the Australian football Hall of Fame and was named in the AFL Team of the Century.

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