Bush Jr. and the Bohemian Club
Our attention is called to the fact
"Dubya" Bush--the guy with such a high percentage of Windsor
blood that the overwhelming majority of mass media outlets such as
Newsweek have already "coronated" Bush as our certain-to-be next
president (don't bother voting!)--once again attended the infamous ritual
events at the covert government's ultra-secret, infamous Bohemian Grove
compound on Sonoma County's Russian River along with other politically
powerful Bohemian Club members.
Ritualistic, satanic sex-abuse often involving youngsters is reliable
reported to occur at these "pagan" festivities attended by some
of the most influential global power brokers around.
The Polly Klass kidnapping and SUPPOSED murder in Sonoma County in 1993 is
said by informed sources to have been linked to ongoing malignant
activities and atrocities emanating from the Bohemian Grove organization.
And one of the global gangsters among it's members, admitted cocaine
abuser George W. Bush, is "slated" to be our next president?
Watch out for your kids, folks.
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George W. Bush attended Bohemian Grove meeting...
Tue, 21 Sep 1999 15:30:05 -0700 (MST)
IT'S CONFIRMED FACT:
Texas Governor George W. Bush is a member of the
Club. We can only speculate on what sort of vile acts he took part in
the two-week pagan-ritual-fest earlier this year.
MOVERS, SHAKERS FROM POLITICS, BUSINESS GO BOHEMIAN
ANNUAL SONOMA FETE DRAWS BUSHES, KISSINGER, POWELL, GINGRICH
Published on 08/02/99, Page B4 , Article 1 of 4 found, 498 words.
The Bohemian Club's Annual Summer Encampment came to a close here Sunday,
ending a two-week retreat for the rich and powerful that President Herbert
Hoover once called ''the greatest men's party on Earth.''
The club's famed annual gathering has been held for more than 100 years at
the 2,700-acre Bohemian Grove in Monte Rio, about 70 miles north of San
Francisco in Sonoma County. This year's event drew in notables such as
former President George Bush, Texas Gov. George W. Bush, Henry
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