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Senator Prescott Bush; Connecticut Senator, father of President George H.W. Bush and grandfather of President George W. Bush; Eta (Yale) belonged to this secret fraternity. It was formed by the elite for the elite of America’s Ivy League Universities, and remains a secret society to this day, even refusing to reveal the significance of it’s motto.
The public motto is Τ Κ Φ (Tau Kappa Phi), the significance of which is considered one of the fraternity’s mysteries.It’s considered by many scholars to be one of the most secretive fraternities.
According to Robertson, “the Bush-Cheney regime is preparing the nation for transition from democracy into dictatorship because a dictatorship will be necessary to control, in 5 years time, food and water riots.” He said “the federal government, that part of Patriot II Act, the internal exile, that the government is going to have to build now huge detention compounds on federal lands, probably in the West where the land is available, to potentially house 50 million or more citizens that will be in financial ruin.”
Who better then to paint the picture of what waits in the wings for the American people, than this very rich philanthropist, who has conveniently absented himself from a disastrous future.
Julian Robertson is a native of North Carolina. He graduated from Episcopal High School in 1951 and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1955. While at Chapel Hill, he was admitted to Zeta Psi fraternity.
In a recent interview on CNBC with Ron Insana, one of the “old-timer”funds manager, Julian Robertson, predicted “utter global collapse” (original interview) as a consequence of the bursting of the world-wide property bubble.
Often called “Never Been Wrong Robertson”, the former head of Tiger Management (once the largest hedge fund in the world), is extremely worried about the speculative bubble in real estate.