posted on Jul, 25 2008 @ 11:06 PM
I'm not sure if he's or if he's not a member, but he's surely five minutes ahead of everyone else, because he always speaks what people want to
hear. That is, one could say he's a Knight of Eulogy, or the rhetoric master, we're not sure. He has a profile of a Freemason, pretty much like a
Prince Hall Freemason would think most of its speeches.
One could link his trip to Berlin into the hidden agenda of the Skull and Bones Society (which claims to have a German influence or equivalent). Yet
it is to be known if he's going to behave the same way or if he's really into changing the way things are.
What could be and what cannot be is yet to be explained. Even if he is Skull And Bones, what have these people done of wrong? And what have they done
right? What do people that have invented FedEx or that have been the first presidente of the FED have to do with people who have waged wars or created
conspiracies? And then, ask yourself the same questions and maybe you will see how hard it is to explain it for you, rather than for someone else.
I believe that people have a lot of relationships besides "secret societies". THere are people these people know that want specific things, with
specific ideas and considerations. Yet, they don't belong to this or that group, but have different ideas and ways of expressing it. This is the
In the recent past, the two candidates for american presidency were Skull and Bones. And they were very different from each other. So I cannot see why
belonging to this or that fraternity would be important to what these men want to do. There are no hidden agendas from the secret society I know
(freemasonry) on doing any conspiracies of any kind. We are just improving ourselves and building a better world for our future. That's our mission
in here! What is yours?