Originally Posted by galexander
I was interested to hear how the masonic Skull and Bones of Yale of which George Bush senior was a member has its origins traced back to America's 'Blue Bloods'. These people weren't really committed to American Independence and owned a lot of wealth they didn't wish to lose.
On America's Blue Bloods see the following link:
Bluebloods: America’s Ruling Class
Anton Chaitkin in his book "Treason in America: from Aaron Burr to Averell Harriman" documents the takeover of the US by these Blue Bloods. He traces their descents from their family archives.
Being a "blue blood" has nothing to do with being committed to American Independence.
is an expression from the Spanish phrase "sangre azul"
, indicating nobility
or noble descent.
As I've stated on the forum, America has a ruling class, but we don't refer to it as a MONARCHY, although it is, because those with money and power are all related in some form or fashion; distant cousins or otherwise.
If this were common knowledge, America would not be considered to be independent and a democracy.
America would be considered to be governed by a ruling class and people would not be under the impression that THEY are the ruling class.
The thread I authored that speaks to this issue is: