posted on May, 25 2009 @ 03:16 AM
As many of you probably know, there are a handful of extremely lavish and influential New England boarding schools known traditionally as "prep
schools," although that term has been more recently appropriated by newer and less-elite institutions as well. These are high schools (secondary
schools) at which most of the students live, as with college.
I'm not talking about your local private school here, or even most "boarding schools." There are really only a handful of truly elite prep-schools,
with histories stretching back to the 1700s. These are the kinds of places that mint US presidents, senators, Fortune 500 CEOs, and billionaires.
The the very pinnacle of the elite group of these schools would probably be Philips Exeter (with a $1 billion endowment and about 1,000 students, the
wealthiest secondary school on the planet), Philps Andover, Groton, and St. Pauls. The next tier down is composed of a handful of only-slightly-less
luminous names like Deerfield, Choate, Middlesex, and maybe a handful of others. Below these the "eliteness" factor dwindles rapidly.
If you start poking around you'll see an number of NWO-type names associated with the very top tier. The Rockafeller and Getty familes, for example,
are Exeter families. The Bushes are Andover grads. Exeter and Andover used to be so-called "feeder schools" for Harvard and Yale, respectively, and
even have the same school colors (red =Exeter/Harvard, blue = Andover/Yale). Even now, they send an inordinate number of students to these schools.
Dig back even further in history and you see lots of historical names and old titans of industry associated with these two in particular. The
Kennedies are Choate family. Roosevelt was a Groton Grad. And so on.
What, if anything, are the role of these elite schools in forming the NWO and the "American Establishment" ? There is a lot of talk about "Scull
and Bones" at Yale and similar societies, but info on what goes on at the secondary level is much harder to come by. Basically the same people who
end up in Scull and Bones or Scroll and Key at Yale and Harvard seem to meet each other first at Exeter, Andover, Groton, and the like, generation
after generation. Wouldn't it make sense for some sort of elite bonding to go on at the prep-school level?
Anyone ever speculated along these lines?