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By Antony C. Sutton

For one hundred seventy years they've got met in mystery. From out in their initiates come presidents, senators, judges, cupboard secretaries, and many spooks. they're the titans of finance and and feature now put in a 3rd member as usa President George W. Bush. This interesting behind-the-scenes glance records Yale's secretive society, the Order of the cranium and Bones, and its trendy participants, numbering between them Tafts, Rockefellers, Pillsburys, and timber. faraway from being a campus fraternity, the society is extra desirous about the good fortune of its participants within the post-collegiate international. incorporated are a established club checklist, infrequent reprints of unique Order fabrics revealing the interlocking strength facilities ruled through Bonesmen, and a peek contained in the Tomb, their 140-year-old inner most clubhouse.

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Obviously it's a self-appointed elite. It is interesting that Fichte, who developed these ideas before Hegel, was a freemason, almost certainly Illuminati, and certainly was promoted by the Illuminati. For example, Johann Wolfgang Goethe (Abaris in the Illuminati code) pushed Fichte for an appointment at Jena University. Furthermore, the Illuminati principle that the end justifies the means. a principle that Quigley scores as immoral and used by both The Group and The Order, is rooted in Hegel.

In brief, the State is supreme and conflict is used to bring about the ideal society. Individuals find freedom in obedience to the rulers. So who or what is the State? Obviously it's a self-appointed elite. It is interesting that Fichte, who developed these ideas before Hegel, was a freemason, almost certainly Illuminati, and certainly was promoted by the Illuminati. For example, Johann Wolfgang Goethe (Abaris in the Illuminati code) pushed Fichte for an appointment at Jena University. Furthermore, the Illuminati principle that the end justifies the means.

And the only difference between this Foundation and several others is that it has been more candid and forthright about its politics. This author's personal experience of attempted outright censorship was at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University, when the Director attempted to suppress publication of my then forthcoming National Suicide: Military Aid To The Soviet Union. The facts weren't in question. Unfortunately, the book offended the Nixon-Kissinger program to aid the Soviets while they were aiding the North Vietnamese - so in effect, Americans were being killed by our own technology.

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