A lot of people have said that Bush is a puppet, as it would seem considering how stupid he acts and especially talks. How many clips of Bush have we
seen where he makes an ass of himself?
"Our enemies are innovative and resourceful, and so are we. They never stop thinking about new ways to harm our country and our people, and neither
do we." (Audio clip
Well, as long as puppet means that he is manipulated by a agent with an agenda outside of his own (whether aware or not).
I first started to doubt the idea that he was simplya façade when I noticed this on the wikipedia page on the
Skull and Bones
In the 2004 U.S. Presidential election, both the Democratic and Republican nominees were alumni. George W. Bush writes in his
autobiography, "[In my] senior year I joined Skull and Bones, a secret society; so secret, I can't say anything more." When asked what it
meant that he and Bush were both Bonesmen, former Presidential candidate John Kerry said, "Not much because it's a secret."
"Oh sure." I hear you say. "We know that already." But I find it difficult to believe that an imbecile would be accepted into S&B and used as a
president, even if his father was a president and S&B, too.
However we shall go on. Due to his track record in front of a camera and microphone, he's earned the rep of being a putz, which called into question
his IQ. A little yellow journalism played on it and we got articles like
A very warm welcome to George Walker Bush, with news from his homeland that he is now officially the dimmest president in 50 years.
The Lovenstein Institute of Scranton, Pennsylvania, which publishes an IQ appraisal for each new president, has spent months analysing him - and oh
dear. The poor chap scores an abysmal 91 in a study based on academic records, writings "achieved without aid of staff", linguistic clarity (ha ha)
and other psychological factors, which is said to be accurate to five points either way.
Well it was all a hoax according to snopes.com
There isn't a "Lovenstein Institute" in Scranton, Pennsylvania (or anywhere else in the USA), nor do any of the people quoted in the story
exist, because this is just another spoof thatwas taken too seriously.
So what is Bush's IQ? Well it's not an easy find since there isn't any information available regarding his IQ, all there is is his SAT results.
I found this
In plain language, the SAT is two parts a measure of general intelligence and one part a measure of specific scholastic reasoning skills and
If Bush could score in the top 16 percent of college applicants on the SAT, he would almost certainly rank higher on tests of general intelligence,
which are normed with reference to the general population. But even if his rank remained constant at the 84th-percentile level of his SAT score, it
would translate to an IQ score of 115.
It's tempting to employ Al Gore's IQ:SAT ratio of 134:1355 as a formula for estimating Bush's probable intelligence quotient — an exercise in
fuzzy statistics that predicts a score of 119. If the number sounds familiar, it's precisely the IQ score attributed to Kennedy
So if Bush's IQ is somewhere between 115 and 119 then according to tickle.com
, that puts
him between the 77 and 91 percentile or "high average."
At this point I'd like to mention that I have an IQ of 129, between the 92 and 98 percentile, "Superior!"
I have an idea why all this is though, and I don't think its a coincidence.
There is no doubt that Bush is part of the Elite (NWO or what ever you call them), but as the president that makes him the most visible and public
conspirator of the lot. It must be difficult for such a public figure to have such a shadowy purpose. This being the case it would make him an obvious
target of suspicion when a conspiracy is considered, unless he appears to be mentally deficient, then suspicion will glance off of him. "A puppet."
But there is an important point to make here. No matter how he conducted himself, we conspiracy theorists were always going to know that he was
responsible, among others.
The difference is that the general sleeping public will find it harder to connect the dots.
At the end of the day, he is a smart man, yet appears to be dumb. The logical explanation is that he is a Thespian, an actor and is putting on a
[edit on 11/11/2008 by Good Wolf]
[edit on 11/11/2008 by Good Wolf]