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originally posted by: abeverage
a reply to: Skyfloating
Did a little deeper and stop trying to make this some sort or left conspiracy...cause any theorist worth their weight knows that both Republican Father and his widdle baby Bushes are Skull n' Bones Bohemian buggers...
...Authored by Edward Bernays and published in 1928, the book Propaganda still holds its position as the gold standard for influencing and manipulating public behavior.
Drawing on his expertise in psychology while using the language of manipulation, Bernays pioneered social engineering via mass media, and his work lives on in the distorted, statist, consumer world we have today. [...]
Interestingly, chapter III of Propaganda is titled, ‘The New Propagandists, and is devoted to explaining
why the controls for mass manipulation are so closely guarded by a relatively tiny elite who sit in the shadows, out of the public eye, choosing what we are to see and to think, even controlling the politicians we elect to represent us.[...]
originally posted by: St Udio
call them DeepState or Shadow Government, these inflated Ego's are secure they are Ordained to Lord over-the-masses, they stay in the shadows, try to be seen but not be prominent or flamboyant...
the Wize-'ol-Owl is their stylized Brand because it can easily invoke the All-Seeing-Eye as another Emphasis level to suggest an inner-sanctum of a tiny number of Elites
a small piece of the puzzle
originally posted by: olaru12
a reply to: Skyfloating
Do you think there might be a connection, Between the myths and these new "revelations" biblical ref. intentional.
originally posted by: LadyGreenEyes
And? So some people decided to use owls as a symbol of something. That doesn't negate anything I stated. Owls are beautiful birds, that serve an important purpose.
originally posted by: MountainLaurel
She also told me it was well known among the local's that lot's of drag queens and male prostitutes were shipped in for "entertainment" and that one of the things the men like to do is pee everywhere, lol, it's like their "thing" ! It's a really beautiful area, but there was definitely a creepy vibe around that owl !
originally posted by: burntheships
There are numerous deaths associated with The Clinton's.
Many methods, many covers. Many suicides. Perhaps this
Indicates an organization that is capable of much harm.
Harm to those who do not submit, and will not follow
directional orders to suit the groups agenda.
originally posted by: Skyfloating
originally posted by: Alt38
Perhaps there is a reason the owls hate the Fox. In nature, the fox hunts the owl. But that's no News.
Sounds like a cryptic way of saying "Fox News" is the predator of the Owl.
The founders, referred to by members as the "Immortal Six", were John Templeton McCarty, Samuel Beatty Wilson, James Elliott Jr., Ellis Bailey Gregg, Daniel Webster Crofts, and Naaman Fletcher
Beliefs Phi Gamma Delta has chosen not to use the term alumni for members who have graduated; post collegiate members are referred to as Graduate Brothers, to imply that membership extends past the undergraduate experience. Similarly, one of the mottoes used by the organization is,"Not For College Days Alone".
Business Stuart W. "Stu" Evey (Washington, 1956): former Chairman of the Board of ESPN Giovanni Feroce (University of Rhode Island, 1991): former CEO of Alex and Ani; current CEO of Benrus[not in citation given] Jess Jackson (California, 1952): billionaire wine entrepreneur; namesake of Kendall-Jackson winery and majority owner of Curlin, the 2007 Preakness Stakes winner, 2007 Belmont Stakes second-place finisher, and 2007 Kentucky Derby third-place finisher Fritz Henderson (Michigan, 1980): President and CEO of General Motors Philip Knight (Oregon, 1959): co-founder, owner and president of Nike Corporation; billionaire Josiah K. Lilly, III (Cornell, 1939): philanthropist; Lilly Endowment and heir to Eli Lilly and Company Edmund C. Lynch (Johns Hopkins University, 1907): a founder of the Merrill Lynch investment company Patrick McGovern (MIT, 1959): Chairman of the Board of International Data Group; founder of the McGovern Institute for Brain Research; billionaire Tom Ryan (Rhode Island, 1975): President and CEO of CVS Chet Upham (Texas, 1945): founder of Upham Oil and Gas in Mineral Wells, Texas; former Texas Republican Party chairman Alfred J. Verrecchia (Rhode Island, 1965): Chairman of the Board of Hasbro Inc.