Posted 7 years ago on Dec. 16, 2011, 10:14 p.m. EST by TrevorMnemonic
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These people run parts of the country and have been frequent presidents to the USA and nominees. I've never participated in mock killings. I've never been part of rituals where I kiss skulls. Have you? No you haven't because we are normal people.
ABC news report on rituals done at Yale with the Skull and Bones society.
Members include George H. W. Bush (1948), 41st President of the United States, 11th Director of Central Intelligence, son of Prescott Bush, father of George W. Bush. His Skull and Bones nickname was "Magog".:167–8 William Sloane Coffin (1949), CIA agent (1950–1953), clergyman and peace activist:127, 196 Daniel Pomeroy Davison (1949), banker, president United States Trust Corporation Charles Edwin Lord II (1949), banker, Vice-Chairman of the Export-Import Bank of the United States 1950s William F. Buckley, Jr. (1950), founder of National Review,:41 former CIA officer William Henry Draper III (1950), Chair of United Nations Development Programme and Export-Import Bank of the United States:174–5, 179 Evan G. Galbraith (1950), US Ambassador to France; managing director of Morgan Stanley:181, 187 Thomas Henry Guinzburg (1950), president Viking Press Victor William Henningsen, Jr. (1950), president Henningsen Foods Inc. Raymond Price (1951), speechwriter for Presidents Nixon, Ford, and Bush.:173 Charles Sherman Haight, Jr. (1952), Connecticut District Court judge Jonathan James Bush (1953), banker, son of Prescott Bush:145, 179 William H. Donaldson (1953), appointed chairman of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission by George W. Bush; founding dean of Yale School of Management; co-founder of DLJ investment firm:166, 173 George Herbert Walker III (1953), US Ambassador to Hungary:164 David McCullough (1955), U.S. historian; two-time Pulitzer Prize winner:127 Jack Edwin McGregor (1956), Pennsylvania State Senator, founder Pittsburgh Penguins Winston Lord (1959), Chairman of Council on Foreign Relations; Ambassador to China; Assistant U.S. Secretary of State:174–5, 189 1960s
John Kerry (Bones 1966) faced off against George W. Bush (Bones 1968) in the 2004 US presidential election, the first time two Bonesmen had run against one another for that office. David L. Boren (1963), Governor of Oklahoma, U.S. Senator, President of the University of Oklahoma:124, 158 John Shattuck (1965), US diplomat and ambassador, university administrator John Forbes Kerry (1966), U.S. Senator (D-Massachusetts 1985–present); Lieutenant Governor of Massachusetts 1983–1985; 2004 Democratic Presidential nominee:112 Frederick Wallace Smith (1966), founder of FedEx:172, 180–1 David Thorne (1966), United States Ambassador to Italy:85 Victor Ashe (1967), Tennessee State Senator and Representative, Mayor of Knoxville, Tennessee, US Ambassador to Poland:181–2 Roy Leslie Austin (1968), appointed ambassador to Trinidad and Tobago by George W. Bush:177, 181–2 George W. Bush (1968), grandson of Prescott Bush; son of George H. W. Bush; 46th Governor of Texas; 43rd President of the United States. His nickname was "Temporary" since he failed to choose a name.:175–8 Rex William Cowdry (1968), Acting Director National Institute of Mental Health (1994–96):177 Robert McCallum, Jr (1968), Ambassador to Australia:177, 181 Don Schollander (1968), developer; author; US Olympic Hall of Fame inductee; four-time Olympic Gold medallist swimmer:126, 177 Brian John Dowling (1969), National Football League player, inspiration for B.D. in Doonesbury Stephen Allen Schwarzman (1969), co-founder of The Blackstone Group Douglas Preston Woodlock (1969), US federal judge 1970s Charles Herbert Levin (1971), actor George Lewis (1974), trombonist and composer  Christopher Taylor Buckley (1975), author, editor, chief speechwriter for Vice President George H. W. Bush:173 1980s Robert William Kagan (1980), co-founder of the Project for the New American Century Michael Cerveris (1983), American singer, guitarist and actor Earl G. Graves, Jr. (1984), president of Black Enterprise Edward S. Lampert (1984), founder of ESL Investments; chairman of Sears Holdings Corporation:180 James Emanuel Boasberg (1985), judge, United States District Court for the District of Columbia James A. Wade Woodbury (1986), Entrepreneur, Canadian Entrepreneur, Economist Paul Giamatti (1989), Academy Award-nominated American actor