Former US president “George H.W. Bush” is rumored to have once uttered, “If the American people knew what we have done, they would string us up from the lamp posts.”
In fairness, though this quote is often sourced to an alleged interview conducted by former White House press correspondent Sarah McClendon, there appears to be no first- hand account or documentation – a common discovery when sources of such well-repeated historical anecdotes are investigated – which corroborates Bush’s remarks or that such an interview between the former US president and McClendon ever took place.
Nevertheless, remarks of this kind serve to provide ample and dramatic illustration of the sinister methods of subversive operation employed by the thirteen, ruling elite Jesuit families, and are particularly applicable when considering the grand implications of Post-Modern Reality Simulation.
Unlike the unconfirmed remarks of “George H.W. ‘Poppy’ Bush” however, both the results and the source of the published research that follows are certainly and without question well-substantiated.
The conclusions revealed in this installment will undoubtedly, even to those considered loyal readers and visitors, seem highly controversial and, perhaps, even met with no small measure of incredulous outrage.