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Skull & Bones Secrecy and Our Republic, #382 with Kris Millegan
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Kris Millegan discusses his father’s work for the Office of Strategic Services (OSS), Military Intelligence (G2), and the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) in the Philippines, Indonesia and Vietnam; his father’s work with Ed Lansdale; the JFK assassination; what his father told him about secret societies, communism and plans to opiate an entire generation; secret societies in general, and Skull & Bones in particular; his anthology, “Fleshing Out Skull & Bones”; the Illuminati; control of both sides in controlled conflict; secret societies control on three levels; Antony C. Sutton’s “Technology and Soviet Economic Development” published by the Hoover Institute; Sutton’s “National Suicide”; Sutton’s “America’s Secret Establishment: An Introduction to the Order of Skull and Bones”; and Sutton’s sudden death.

(Republished from Guns & Butter by permission of author or representative)
 
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  1. Lew says:

    Kris Millegan’s mention of Gold Warriors by Seagrave is noteworthy. Excellent read. Won’t see this information anywhere else.

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