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Alex Jones - The Order of Death - Page 4

Author: Edward L Winston
Added: August 31st, 2009

This is page four of my discussion on the Alex Jones film The Order of Death. If you were linked here by mistake, please refer to page one of this article, which contains the introduction.

If you haven't read my article on the first film, please do it now! If you haven't, don't contact me and complain  when you claim I haven't debunked anything in this article, because almost all of it is covered in the first film and barely touched on here.

[Alex Jones]
There was a surprising development in the summer of 2005, a Bohemian Grove employee decided to video tape some of the activities in the Grove and to give us the footage. The footage you're seeing was shot on tiny digital cameras, the quality isn't the best, but the images are powerful. The individual that gave us this footage asked that we not release their name. Our source was able to confirm what we had seen in internal Bohemian Grove documents and annuls that the elite of the elite attend the Grove. Our source personally saw New Mexico governor Bill Richardson in attendance, Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, the famous newsman Walter Cronkite, and countless other luminaries.

We'll see if the footage actually contains anything "powerful" or if it contains any of the people mentioned. I do know that Walter Cronkite was a member of the Bohemian Club as I stated in the first movie. 

On the paper they show supposedly detailing attendees, the year, either 2002 or 2003, is crossed out with a pen and 2005 is written in.

Without giving away the identity of our source, we can tell you this, the most elite encampment within the Grove is Mandalay. Other members of the Grove were not even allowed to approach within 100 yards of this compound. Swarming with Secret Service, valets, private French cooks, and private security men. A compartmentalized system within the new world order, Mandalay is an elite within an elite the very top of the pyramid's capstone.

With all the chefs, valets, and security, does this really seem like a place you'd go to have gay orgies and human sacrifice?

Things have changed in the last few years at the all male encampment. Since its founding in 1872, no females have been allowed in. But under pressure they've allowed women some jobs in parking cars and in kitchens in special cloistered areas.

There were women seen in the first movie when Alex Jones was walking through the dining hall. That's on Page 15 of the first article, but I only saw two. Why would a group that he claims literally gets away with human sacrifice concede to any so-called pressure to hire females? If these men really are so powerful as to be controlling the world from their lakeside cabins, then why in the world can't they fight against this or bury it?[11][12][13][14][15]

Our source is male. We'll call him Kyle. He reported to us that it was a constant irritant inside the Grove being asked by old men if he, "slept around" and "wanted to have some fun." 

With 2,000 old men, you're bound to have some creepy people there, but without being able to hear this, I'm not sure I can trust it actually happened.

During one of the festivals revelries, known as Gypsy Jazz, they paused to thank the author of the music to talk about what a wonderful jazz player he was, but that sometimes he did hang around with women. And the crowed boos with disgust.

...from time to time, often with women.

[Laughter and hooting.]

This doesn't sound like boos with disgust at all. Again, Alex Jones hears and sees what he wants. Of course, we'll never know the actual context of any of this. For one, the jazz artist isn't mentioned. Most likely they were hooting at the fact that the man was cheating on his wife. Two, a three second clip doesn't explain anything. Once again, they weren't booing; they were hooting. Like I said, we'll never know the context of this. Any references to homosexuality could be a huge joke.

[Alex Jones]
The Grove's own internal annuls bragged that the Manhattan Project, the plan to create the A-bomb, was hatched inside this building, known as the Chalet. The strategic defense initiative, better known as "Star Wars" was also the brainchild of Grove members and was born inside the Chalet.

Referring to the Manhattan Project, I talked about it in the first article, the meeting which contained the initial planning of what was to become the Manhattan Project did indeed take place at the Bohemian Grove, but that's it. This is likely due to the academics' knowledge of the Bohemian Grove as a private, secluded place in order to relax, discuss, and plan in confidence. After all, they wouldn't discuss it in some pub some place, it was one of the biggest secrets of the war[16]. I've found no evidence that the "Star Wars" program was started at the Bohemian Grove, in fact the idea originates from an idea Lt General Denial O. Graham had for a strategic defense system using ground and space weapons[25].

At the height of the Cold War, top Soviet dignitaries traveled to the Bohemian Grove for secret meetings with the heads of the US government as well as corporate leaders. Our source worked at the Grove in the summer of 2004 and the summer of 2005 and he was able to obtain two program covers for the Cremation of Care ceremony as well as a 2005 membership list which reads like a who's who of US and European elite.

He only got the covers? So just like in the first movie, we only get to see the outside and nothing else? Well, I'd imagine it reads that way because that's the kind of members they have.

Former president Jimmy Carter, former president George Herbert Walker Bush, president Bush, Henry Kissinger, George Schulz, the list goes on and on. 

Everyone listed I confirmed as a member in the first movie, except Jimmy Carter, I've found no evidence he's a member.

This is a video still of the sign at the entrance to the path at the Hillbilly club where president Bush stays. Look at that happy little devil with his forked tail, dancing and smiling and its sharp little teeth. Oh it's so Christian. But again, president Bush had such a Christian name in Skull and Bones. Magog, or Satan's war leader.

Apparently only Christians are allowed to be elites in the idealized free world of Alex Jones. Regardless, it really tells us absolutely nothing at all. It's like suggesting the New Jersey Devils are all Satanists, or as Alex Jones would put it, "Canaanite, Luciferian, Babylon mystery" because their logo is a demonesque symbol[17]. Alex Jones' sarcasm is really nauseating.

You can learn more about Skull and Bones in my Secret Societies section. Moving on to George H W Bush's "name in Skull and Bones": the title Magog was reserved for members considered to have the most sexual experience, really no different than calling someone "a little devil" because he gets a lot of ladies. Nicknames and titles often were gods, creatures, and spirits from mythology and folklore, but they could also be other things. For example George W Bush could never decide on a nickname, so he was called "Temporary"[18].

Further on the Magog issue is that Magog was the second of seven children to Japheth in that Bible Alex Jones quotes all the time[19]. The name Magog means "From the land of Gog" and it's likely that confusion with creatures from "Gog" and the individual "Magog" caused there to be a belief that they were one in the same. Regardless, he's never been referred to as "Satan's war leader", he must have gotten that from Texe Marrs as well[20].

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