Dispite all the concerns about security implications it seems that Bush is eager to press the deal very hard. It seems strange, as usually this administration lives in peace with congress majority, do not vetoe anything and is in general very passive in actions, especially in reacting to terror attacs and hurricanes. What happened?

Let examine Bush ties with UAE. It seems that Bush is participating in some special financial circles that are linked, particularly, to UAE. And UAE is linked to oil, if you know, and oil is linked to money. Should we dust off the Skull and Bones society again? From the arcticle, interview with Yale President:

Tang: The most mysterious society is Skull and Bones?

Levin: Yes, I know. The great majority of organizations at Yale are public and open to anyone to join. Unlike most student societies, Skull and Bones is secret, selective of its members.

Tang: Skull and Bones was founded in 1832. Every year only 15 best students are allowed to join. All Bonesmen, as they’re called, are forbidden to reveal what goes on in their inner sanctum, the windowless building on the Yale campus that is called The Tomb. Notable Bonesmen include former President Taft and both current and former Presidents Bush. Apart from presidents, Bones has included cabinet officers, spies, Supreme Court justices, statesmen and captains of industry.

Levin: I don’t know very much about that. You probably know more than I do. (Laugh)

Tang: Are you a member of that?

Levin: No, I am not.

Tang: what is the implication of Skull and Bones to American institutions of higher learning and American society?

Levin: Very little.

Tang: But there is a conspiracy theory about Skull and Bones. According to the theory, members of Skull and Bones are controlling America and even the world.

Levin: I think it is kind of media distortion. In fact, they are just students getting together to talk about each other’s life and aspirations. It is not a secret power of American society.

Tang: So It is just for fun? We don’t need to take that seriously?

Levin: I agree.

Yeah, a lot of fun. Especially in Iraq.

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