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America's Secret Establishment by Antony C. Sutton
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Very convincing account by former Hoover Institute fellow Antony Sutton about the existence, power, influence and membership of Skull & Bones, the Yale secret society. A couple of fun facts: Both John Kerry & George W Bush, the two candidates for president in 2004 were bondsmen - what's the likelihood of that, given that there are only 15 new members a year. I also found that alleged Boston Marathon Bomber, Tamerlan Tsarnaev's grandfather-in-law was a bondsman and US intelligence agent - which together with the fact that Tsarnaev's uncle was married to Kabul CIA Chief's Graham Fuller's daughter, makes me think it's more likely Tsarnaev was part of the intelligence community and not an object of its suspicions. For more on that, check this out:
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