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Australian Ambassador Skull and Bones Member

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posted on Mar, 20 2006 @ 03:15 AM
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Australian Ambassador Skull and Bones Member

New Australian ambassador Robert McCallum, recently appointed by George Bush is also said to be a member of skull and bones.

www.abc.net.au...

And Here

Is this just a case of jobs for the boys or is their power base spreading, im sure he'll have the ear of our PM who would agree to anything asked of him by the US.
How many other members of skull and bones are being insinuated into positions of power around the world.
We can already see how many members have been appointed to positions in America(tip of the iceberg), are they now setting about strategic placements throughout the world.



Bush reportedly appointed 11 Skull and Bones members to his Administration in his first term, perhaps an indication of Skull and Bones networks being used to organize synarchy. Their names are Evan Griffith Galbraith (S&B 1950), William H. Donaldson (S&B 1953), George Herbert Walker III (S&B 1953), Jack Edwin McGregor (S&B 1956), Victor Ashe (S&B 1967), Roy Leslie Austin (S&B 1968), Robert McCallum, Jr. (S&B 1968), Rex Cowdry (S&B 1968), Edward E. McNally (S&B 1979), David Batshaw Wiseman (S&B 1984), and James Emanuel Boasberg (S&B 1985) [2]


en.wikipedia.org...

Should we even be worried, some believe they are just a bunch of beer swilling rich boys, who just happen to be members of a fraternity.

Any one have any further information regarding the spread of skull and bones power base, and what if anything would their agenda be.




posted on Mar, 20 2006 @ 07:58 AM
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As these leaders all Have power and are all in this Skull and Bones : Bohemian Grove... They are free to Plan out NWO



posted on Mar, 20 2006 @ 11:17 AM
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Originally posted by mojo4sale


New Australian ambassador Robert McCallum, recently appointed by George Bush is also said to be a member of skull and bones....How many other members of skull and bones are being insinuated into positions of power around the world....
Should we even be worried, some believe they are just a bunch of beer swilling rich boys, who just happen to be members of a fraternity.


I don't know if I'd consider an ambassadorship a "position of power". U.S. Presidents always appoint their buddros as ambassadors. Most are recalled after the president's term is over, and the new prez will appoint his own.



posted on Mar, 20 2006 @ 04:23 PM
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Originally posted by Masonic Light

Originally posted by mojo4sale


New Australian ambassador Robert McCallum, recently appointed by George Bush is also said to be a member of skull and bones....How many other members of skull and bones are being insinuated into positions of power around the world....
Should we even be worried, some believe they are just a bunch of beer swilling rich boys, who just happen to be members of a fraternity.


I don't know if I'd consider an ambassadorship a "position of power". U.S. Presidents always appoint their buddros as ambassadors. Most are recalled after the president's term is over, and the new prez will appoint his own.



The last US ambassador left here in 2004, why wait so long to replace him and why now?

Perhaps position of power was a poor choice of words.

Depends on where your ambassador is placed. Our pm John Howard has been extremely vocal in his support for GWB.
Perhaps having McCallum appointed here is a way of keeping little johnny onside as the australian public are starting to demand more answers of the pm regarding the war in iraq and afghanistan and when our troops will be coming home.

Perhaps he would be valuable support here for any move to escalate the war on terror (Iran springs to mind) and i would suspect that our continued support would be expected. There are also tensions here, we have Indonesia with a massive muslim population, who are thought to be harboring terrorists.


Sure as i said earlier it may just be a case of jobs for the boys, but it would be interesting to know if there have been any other movements of skull and bones members into govt positions overseas.

[edit on 20/3/06 by mojo4sale]



posted on Mar, 20 2006 @ 08:02 PM
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The Australian Wheat Board scandle, money knowingly going to Saddam, just isn't getting any interest from Americans anymore, even though an American Senator was one of the first to publicly raise it.

The timing is 'very curious'.

Brothers defending brothers?



posted on Apr, 4 2006 @ 07:35 PM
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Originally posted by suzy ryan
The Australian Wheat Board scandle, money knowingly going to Saddam, just isn't getting any interest from Americans anymore, even though an American Senator was one of the first to publicly raise it.

The timing is 'very curious'.

Brothers defending brothers?


the AWB scandal sure did drop of the radar pretty quickly. Have been looking around but havent been able to find any other alleged members of S&B with prominent overseas posts. Perhaps just a coincidence.



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