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Originally posted by UltimateSin
I think Skull and Bones is nothing more then a dumb school frat. Do you really think kids 18, 19, 20, years old real have any pull in the world, or have the abilty to make a plan strong enough as world domination? I think not. I do believe in the NWO and a shadow government but I don't believe skull and bones has anything to do with it.
“Investigations revealed that the main purpose of the Skull and Bones is to get as many embers as possible into strategically placed positions of power. Robbins stated that President Bush has ‘tapped’ five Bonesmen to join his administration. One of them is current Securities and Exchange Commissioner William Donaldson (Class of 1953). Donaldson will answer no questions about the Bones.” -Fritz Springmeier, “Bloodlines of the Illuminati”
“I think Skull and Bones has had slightly more success than the Mafia in the sense that the leaders of the five families are all doing 100 years in jail, and the leaders of the Skull and Bones families are doing four and eight years in the White House.” -Ron Rosenbaum, CBS Interview
“Yale has influenced the Central Intelligence Agency more than any other University, giving the CIA the atmosphere of a class reunion.” -Gaddis Smith, Yale Professor of History
“The Bush-Nazi connection was highlighted again more recently by John Loftus, the president of the Florida Holocaust Museum, who pointed out that Prescott Bush derived a portion of his personal fortune from his affiliation with a Nazi-controlled bank. Loftus, a former prosecutor in the Justice Department’s Nazi War Crimes Unit, confirmed that Prescott Bush was a principal in the Union Banking Corporation in Manhattan in the late 1930s and the 1940s, and that leading Nazi industrialists secretly owned the bank at the time. He said they were moving money into the UBC through a second bank in Holland even after the United States declared war on Germany … He said he had a file of paperwork linking the bank and Prescott Bush to Nazi money. ‘That’s where the Bush family fortune came from: it came from the Third Reich.’ Loftus said in a speech during the Sarasota Reading Festival.” -David Icke, “Alice in Wonderland and the World Trade Center”
“During the 1920s, the W. Averill Harriman, Prescott Bush, Fritz Thyssen and Friedrich Flick created several entitles to help finance Hitler and to produce the weapons Hitler would need to fight W.W. II.. One of these companies was the German Steel Trust. This company produced 35% of Nazi Germany’s explosives, 50.8% of Germany’s pig iron, 38.5% of Nazi Germany’s galvanized steel, 36% of Germany’s heavy plate, 22.1 % of Germany’s wire, and many other things essential for Hitler. If it had not been for Harriman’s and Bush’s money helping Thyssen who was Hitler’s major backer, Hitler would never had been able to have launched W.W. II.” –Fritz Springmeier, “Bloodlines of the Illuminati”
“This was the background into which George Herbert Walker Bush arrived in this world on June 12th 1924. He was groomed from birth to serve the Illuminati in a long list of roles, including US Ambassador to the United Nations, Chairman of the Republican Party at the time of the Watergate hearings, Director of the CIA, and Vice President and President of the United States. The Herbert Walker in his name comes from his grandfather, George Herbert Walker (Skull and Bones Society), another man heavily involved with Prescott Bush in the manipulation of the Russian Revolution, the expansion of the eugenics movement and the funding of Hitler.” -David Icke, “Alice in Wonderland and the World Trade Center”
“Both President Bush and John Kerry have appeared on national television with political pundit Tim Russert of Meet the Press. Both of them refused to answer any questions about their lifelong membership to the Skull and Bones Fraternity.” -Dan Thompson, The Order of Skull and Bones, Idaho Observer 2004