As I have mentioned, I have recently renewed contacts with several close, trusted friends that are continuing to operate in the Illuminati, and one of them contacted me late last night with astounding information. As he was going through his desk in preparation to move offices, he found a memorandum dated August 8,1998. This specific memo was sent out to members detailing the selection of George W. Bush as the winner of the 2000 Presidential Elections. Normal protocol is to destroy these memorandums as soon as they are received and read; however, he did not destroy this one for some reason that he cannot remember.
He forwarded the text of the memo to me last night, and I feel that it is worth of posting on this site. You will find it below.
MEMO: 2000 Presidential Elections
Date: August 8,1998
It is with great satisfaction that I write to you confirming reports that the ****** has concluded its final meeting relating to the 2000 elections. The ****** has deliberated for a great time, and the final decision was almost too close to call. However, a decision has been reached. George W. Bush will be the next president of the United States.
As I said, the decision was a very tough one. There were numerous members on the ***** that argued for Bush, numerous that argued for Gore, and numerous that argued for Forbes. In the end, Bush seemed to be the best choice for the administration’s agenda.
Being that Bush and his running mate Dick Cheney both have ties to the oil business, the ****** feels that electing Bush president will eventually further the agenda of removing oil from the economy. Gore supporters argued that Gore’s environmental policies would seek to do that, but there was a general consensus that Gore’s policies might be too radical, too soon, and in the wrong direction. As stated before, the agenda is to remove oil from the economy because of its overuse and propensity to create conflict, not because of environmental regulations. Bush, on the other hand, is a viable option for the cause. It would make more sense for Bush to go to war in the Middle East over oil, just as his father did.
In the coming weeks, we will begin to shape Bush administration policy and will relay that information when we do.