CNN Refuses to Run Skull & Bones Broadcast

CNN Refuses to Run Skull & Bones Broadcast

by Todd Brendan Fahey September 5, 2002

CNN spiked Connie Chung's widely-publicized "expose" on Yale University's Order of Skull & Bones, chapter 322, which counts among its membership President George W. Bush and his father and grandfather before him, and influential aide and former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Brent Scowcroft, and Connie Chung ain't talking.

Contacted repeatedly at CNN studios, representatives of Ms. Chung and producers of Connie Chung Tonight were either "unavailable" or had "no comment."

The Order of Skull & Bones forms the nucleus of the private Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) and Trilateral Commission--which are, themselves--the guiding forces behind the drive toward an United Nations-run World Government. Each year at Yale, since 1832, 15 sophomores are "tapped" for consideration into this secret society, whose headquarters, called "the Tomb," lie underground, beneath Yale's campus; contained within the Tomb are computer facilities which are said to rival NORAD in sophistication. And although initiates are sworn to secrecy, a complete membership roster, initiation rites and Bones history was furnished to the late Dr. Antony Sutton in 1981.

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2 Responses:

  1. king_mob says:

    They are also given exclusive access to the Skull and Bones island, a lush retreat built for millionaires, with a lavish mansion and a bevy of women at the members'disposal.

    I take it this is what I'm missing by attending a public institution.

    So, should I just add Infojunkies, or are you scraping the good stuff off there anyway?

    • jwz says:

      I'm scraping the good stuff, it's about 15% or 20% (it's almost exclusively the shrill-anti-Bush-channel lately.)