Thursday, April 18, 2024

The Real Mastermind Behind George Bush’s Presidency: The Skull & Bones Society’s Hidden Agenda Exposed!

How could a seemingly ordinary man catapult himself to the highest seat of power in America? The conspiracy narrative around George Bush’s rise to power and the Skull & Bones Society refuses to die down. Many have been quick to brush off the tale as a myth; however, recent revelations suggest the necessity of a double take. The narrative spirals around a secretive, illustrious Yale society, oil wildcatting in Texas, and veiled ties to a covert intelligence agency, all driving Bush’s ascension to power.

The Making of George Bush

Hidden beneath the seemingly peaceful and unassuming university setting of Yale, the Skull & Bones Society orchestrated a long-term “project“– the making of George Bush. This clandestine mission had its roots in the desire to resurrect the warrior spirit of the WASP elite, symbolized by Henry Stimson.

The WASP’s (White Anglo-Saxon Protestants) once held significant power in America, but their influence has been slowly waning. The society hoped that, through Bush, they could reincarnate the lost spirit and reinstate their reign.

Contrary to popular belief that George Bush was an independent figure who fashioned his political career, his every move, from education to employment, was under the auspices of the Skull & Bones Society.

Prescott Bush, a fellow Skull & Bones member and father to George, set the ball rolling by sending him to the elite preparatory school, Phillips Academy. At this juncture, George Bush had his first brush with Henry Stimson, who passionately advocated for American intervention in the war in Europe.

From his prep school training to his days in the Navy flying 50 missions before being shot down in the Pacific, and even during his time at Yale, every stride Bush made was meticulously planned and implemented by the Skull & Bones.

When Bush shifted his career trajectory towards business as an oil speculator in Texas, it wasn’t an independent venture as many were led to believe. Instead, his position at Dresser Industries was conveniently arranged by his father with fellow Skull & Bones member Neil Mallon.

According to numerous sources, Dresser Industries had clandestine ties with the CIA, adding another layer of intrigue to the narrative.

When Bush launched his own company, Zapata Oil, the usual suspects were behind him– his family members and fellow Skull & Bones members, who generously contributed to the company’s capital. His endeavours were far from successful, but this didn’t deter his upward trajectory, thanks to his wealthy backers.

Bush’s political breakthrough came when he won a seat in the U.S. Congress from a wealthy district in Houston, Texas, in 1964.

While serving three terms in Congress, Bush distinguished himself as a champion of zero population growth and a defender of the eugenics movement. His radical stance could possibly be attributed to his close friendship with fellow Bonesman, William Draper Jr., a staunch advocate of population reduction schemes in the Third World.

In the 1970s, Bush continued his rise to power, taking on various political and foreign policy roles. This included stints as the Chairman of the Republican National Committee during Nixon’s re-election campaign, U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, and even serving as the Chief Liaison Officer in Communist China before formalization of diplomatic relations. Notably, during his time in China, Winston Lord, a fellow Skull & Bones member and CIA station chief, was his companion, further strengthening the conspiracy theories surrounding Bush’s relationship with the CIA.

In 1980, Bush briefly ran against Ronald Reagan for the Republican Party’s presidential nomination. His campaign was peppered with controversy due to his association with the internationalist Trilateral Commission, and the fact that many of his campaign volunteers were CIA officials.

Though his presidential aspirations were cut short by Reagan, the conspiracy theories around his rise, carefully orchestrated by the Skull & Bones Society, and his mysterious links with the CIA continue to circulate.

So, what’s the verdict?

Is George Bush a puppet of the Skull & Bones Society, the embodiment of a long-term WASP restoration project, or simply a man who had the wind always blowing in his favor?

The answer lies shrouded in layers of secrecy, power play, and perhaps, in the shadows of the Yale campus itself.

William Reed
William Reed
William Reed, a fearless news writer, uncovers hidden truths that shape our world. With unwavering dedication, he challenges established narratives, shedding light on lesser-known realities.

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