Wednesday, December 30, 2009
Prison Planet runs story that includes a video narration from bonesman David McCullough
Despite past stories on Prison Planet where they acknowledge McCullough being a bonesman, they run this recent story anyway
by Larry Simons
December 30, 2009
Prison Planet creator Alex Jones has consistently condemned secret societies on his websites and in his movies like “The Order of Death” and “Martial Law: Rise of the Police State”. Jones never makes it a secret that he abhors secret societies like the Bohemian Grove, the Bilderberg Group and Skull & Bones [at Yale University], so why did his website’s moderators post a story today about George Washington that included a video narrated by author and historian David McCullough?
Oh, by the way, McCullough [pictured above] just happens to be a Bonesman. He graduated from Yale University in 1955 and the mention of him as a bonesman is on both his personal wikipedia page and the list of bonesmen wikipedia page.
McCullough's wikipedia page mentions him in Skull and Bones
McCullough is listed in the List of Bonesmen wikipedia page
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Prison Planet has even acknowledged that McCullough is a bonesman in at least two past stories [from 2004]. One posted from Vanity Fare and one from the Palm Beach Post.
I’m in no way suggesting that McCullough does not write good books or that his research and information is inaccuarte. I wouldn’t know, since I have not read his books or even listened to the narration on the video. I am not even suggesting that Alex Jones is wrong when he talks about the evils of these secret societies. I happen to agree that, at the very least, secret societies accomplish nothing beneficial because I hold the personal belief that nothing good is done in secret.
My only point here is the blatant hypocrisy of Jones making movies and YouTube videos preaching the evils of secret societies, while posting stories on his website that include Bonesmen shown in a favorable light, as if it is an endorsement of Skull and Bones itself.
While it is true that although McCullough is a Bonesman, it does not necessarily invalidate his work; it is also true that if Alex Jones really considered Skull and Bones a “ritualistic cult”, he should make every attempt to distance himself from any association with it. In posting a story that includes a McCullough-narrated video, it clearly indicates that Jones has not distanced himself from the very ritualistic cults he despises.
My question is.......why?
Here’s Alex Jones in 2004 talking about the Skull & Bones secret society, calling it a “ritual generational cult”
Incase Prison Planet deletes this later, here is the screenshot
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Other famous Bonesmen include:
George H.W. Bush [41st President]
John Kerry [Massachusetts Senator]
George W. Bush [43rd President]
William F. Buckley, Jr [founder of "National Review"]
Dana Milbank [political reporter, The Washington Post]
Austan Goolsbee [Obama's current Chief Economist]
Prescott Bush [Connecticut Senator, father of Bush-41 and Grandfather of Bush-43]
Speaking of secret societies, tune into "Conspiracy Theory with Jesse Ventura" tonight at 10pm on TruTv for his Secret Societies episode