Sunday, July 21, 2019

2018 Bohemian Grove List

Some names are missing, and some were illegible because of the source material. UPDATE: Thanks to readers and others, this update to the list has a bunch of identifications, and more people of interest highlighted. I also added some notable members/guests not on the 2008 or 2018 lists at the bottom, together with some info links and trivia. This version should also be easier to read.

142 comments:

s.s. said...

??? HW Bush died in 2016, not that I'm defending the POS..

Pudlucker said...

What is the big attraction to this place?

Jacqualine said...

I was expecting a lot more famous names.

s.s. said...

OOPs, sorry,nevermind thinking of Nancy Reagan in 2016

Samantha said...

Thank you, Mr. Ent Lawyer.

I heard the list is released every year?

There is a "Conan O'Brien" on the list, is that the TV host?

So does anything nefarious take place or is this a summer camp for 1 percenters, or a grown version of the Little Rascals clubhouse?

A getaway, males only.

Samantha said...

Jacqualine: it drives home how few elite names a peasant like moi knows.

loveless said...

Clint Black, actor.
Robert Bloomingdale, actor/producer.
(Used IMDb)

cheesegrater15 said...

Conan O'Brien was a surprise.

Samantha said...

I thought it was spelled "O'Brian."

Jim Belushi was on the list also.

I will hazard a guess: both were there as comedians, to entertain the other guests.

They have some type of shows, like at a summer camp.

momo said...

I lived near there when I was in Guerneville on the Russian River. I met some pretty strange people who invited us to a party right on the perimeter. It was bizarre and no fun at all. They claimed to be druids. I dunno. I met a guy who lived in the area, and he worked this event this month a couple of times. He said it's just a bunch of fags. LOL That's what Nixon said too.

cheesegrater15 said...

Malcolm McDowell was an even bigger surprise.

James Howlett said...

Did my link help?

Rosie riveter said...
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Unknown said...

@cheesegrater15 - The Grove is nothing if it isn't old school connections and new power brokers. If you look more into Conan, it's not a shock he's there. Father - Harvard grad, epidemiologist and medical professor at Harvard doctor, mother Yale Law grad. Conan went to Harvard.

VikingSong said...

I didn't read through the list, but if Malcolm McDowell is on it then I'm disappointed. He's always given me the impression of being against that type of thing.

Samantha said...

Just noticed there is a "Camp" called "Five Easy Pieces."

I was musing while skimming the list: who decides who bunks in which cabin/camp?

Rosie riveter said...

Ugh. Yuck.
It's a regular feckin sausagefest.

Nooo ThankYou.

Samantha said...

Maybe it's a different Malcolm McDowell or maybe he too was there to entertain. Maybe he was an emcee?

But he was married to Mary Steenburgen in the past, and she is a close friend of the Clintons.

Brondie63 said...

Jimmy Buffet!

Samantha said...

Brondie63 yeah and another musician too. I already forgot which though.

MountainMama said...

Looks like a family affair in my cases.

Samantha said...

"Kenneth W. Starr" in "Cave Man" camp.

Is that the same one...?

MissDavie said...

Thank you. As a former legal assistant, I know how tedious this kind of work is. It's a labor of love and we appreciate it.

Do Tell said...

Peter Graves is in there too, unhighlighted.
Couple of "Boring" guys, too..what a name!

I usually skip these Grove blinds because they're so long and convoluted so I'm not even clear on what it is.

Flashy Vic said...

Hold on, hold on, this is like one of those stupid online petitions with sixteen Donald Trump's, twelve Barack Obamas and a whole slew of Hugh Januses.

Only on the B's and already I've found a Dix Boring (no what I heard, sweetie) and a Douglas Minge Brown.

Do Tell said...

Peter Jackson, Conrad Janis, (Mindy's dad on Mork and Mindy)

Do Tell said...

Art Linkletter

Do Tell said...

Richard B Myers, ex-Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff

Do Tell said...

Eric T Olson, retired Admiral, eighth commander, U.S. Special OPS Command.

Geez, wtf is this place?

Do Tell said...

Yep, Nancy's husband, Paul Pelosi

Colin Powell, too

Low Key said...

Sounds like the whitest party ever.

Humor Me said...

James Baker, Colin Powell, HW Bush - and that was on the first read.

Do Tell said...

General Joseph Ralston, U.S. Envoy, previously vice chairman of the Joint Chiefsof Staff, previously Supreme Allied Commander for NATO

A.Claire said...

William F. "Billy Valentine" Denham.... He sounds like the popular guy...

Do Tell said...

David Rockefeller and his son

Do Tell said...

Donald Rumsfeld

Do Tell said...

George P Schultz, Sec'y of State under Reagan

Do Tell said...

James (H.) Woods

Do Tell said...

Hoover from Animal House, James Widdoes

memyselfandi said...

Walter Cronkite and Donald Rumsfeld, eh?

Unknown said...

Wrong.
November 30, 2018

Do Tell said...

what's wrong?

Gator said...

@s.s: No, you are right about old man Bush. They were regulars at BG, by the way. It was laughable, though, because the Bush family always thought of themselves as blue blooded English, when in reality, they faked it & covered up their German heritage and were considered nothing more than gofers for this group.

James Howlett said...

So hard to read. Had to download.

Do Tell said...

James Symington, 4 term Representative from Missouri and Chief of Protocol under Lyndon Johnson.

cat said...

Exactly whar is the significance of the names on this list?

Flashy Vic said...

No one with my surname made the list.

I guess we're just all too poor and stupid.😞

MountainMama said...

Appreciate you @Do Tell and everyone else that is qualifying the names. I missed many going through the list. Are they all Republicans? Seem to see a lot of Conservative names here.

Do Tell said...

There's a political mix.

Samantha said...

Pudlucker, Do Tell, and anyone who's never heard of B Grove before -

It began as an artist's retreat. As in any type of creative person. Summer camp for men. Drinking, carousing in the woods.

I am not sure if it always had a crossover element of "fraternal societies" i.e. secret rituals, guys in robes carrying torches.

The kickoff is allegedly a "cremation of care" in which an effigy of a whiny brat is burned, signifying they are all now free to party and forget their woes and worries.

Apart from that it gained notoriety over the years because the guest list includes the wealthy, famous, and powerful, including Presidents of the USA.

Google and you tube can give you more.

Do Tell said...

Dean Witter III. His family name is MASSIVE on Wall Street, and has been for decades. Morgan Stanley merged with them to become Morgan Stanley Dean Witter.

Do Tell said...

TYVM for the synopsis, Samantha!

Samantha said...

The secrecy and privacy surrounding BG makes it seem all the more mysterious to...everyone who isn't invited.

Samantha said...

Very welcome, Do Tell!

Samantha said...

cat - the list allegedly consists of the guests at the 2018 B Grove.

The 'camp' is the part of the Grove the person allegedly bunked in.

I think the Grove has about 2700 acres of forest in Northern California.

Do Tell said...

Michael York. Wonder if it's the same guy who played Basil Exposition in the Austin Powers movies.

Samantha said...

Well, if that's the actor Malcolm McDowell, why not the actor Michael York. Both classy type Brit actors, who have appeared in some sci fi or edgy material.

Does McDowell do comedy too?

Kimberley said...

Clint Eastwood! Nooooo!

Samantha said...

Some of the guests might be there to be in the skits/shows/whatever - they allegedly have entertainment during the time. I presume they get to hang out and enjoy also.

Allegedly Bob Weir played guitar there in the past?

Then they have waiters, servants, valets...all male. Don't know if any of those are on that list though.

cat said...

Thanks Samantha. I can't believe that many powerful connected men would participate in this implied "shadyness".

Samantha said...

cat - You're welcome.

Robert said...

Fred Travalena???? And is that the Grateful Dead drummer Mickey Hart?

Flashy Vic said...

@cat.

I can
Why do you think they want power? For the betterment of their nation or humanity? 🤣

codyave said...

Attendee list ---> .txt format

https://github.com/codyave/WhiteHat/blob/master/Bohemian%20Grove%20-%20attendee%20list.txt

Unknown said...

I doubt that EVERY person on this list was involved in deplorable behavior.

Christina said...

Samantha -- Bob Weir is a full on member, not staff entertainment. He's on the list most years. He was adopted by a wealthy family in Palo Alto, sort of had a blue blood start. Mickey Hart is one of the Dead's drummers, and he's on there too. But the other drummer and the living bass player are not on the list.

Sd Auntie said...

read about how your female politican could not gain access without a court order. and how little they conttibute to your community. @momo

MountainMama said...

Jimmy Buffett on this list and the little black book. Makes me kind of sad...

MountainMama said...

Back to moderation?? What the heck?

Leslie said...

What, no Alex Jones? Say what you will, but we would have no video of the weirdness without him.

Leslie said...

Thanks for publishing the list, it's appreciated.

Samantha said...

Christina - didn't know any of that. Thanks.

Robert - I didn't notice Travalena. Anyone know why he'd be on there?

Travalena is a comedian and mimic/impressionist, for those who dunno. He was on the talk show circuit and in Vegas back in the day.

mooshki said...

A good general description of the Bohemian Grove: https://www.crazydaysandnights.net/2019/07/2018-bohemian-grove-list.html

@MountainMama Our least favorite troll returned.

mooshki said...

@Do Tell Peter Graves the actor died in 2010, so this is someone else.

Mrs Libnish said...

James H. Woods

Professor Emeritus at Univ Michigan Medical School in Pharmacology

Or

Actor

Could be 50/50

gigi said...

Holy moly, one of my childhood friends is on this list. He has had a very successful career in international banking.

Miss Teak said...

Where is Edgar Halcyon’s name? I distinctly remember him taking Anna Madrigal there.

Just to give a little context to what Samantha nicely summed up, the Grove dates back to when leisure activities were segregated by gender. There’s nothing really nefarious to find, just a bunch of uptight rich guys letting loose and being stupid.

pickyvegetarian said...

bunch of pervs, i doubt we wanna know what goes down here

janna. said...

Bob Weir & Bob Dylan (Zimmerman) are on there

DJ InYourFace said...

Robert Anthony Podesta: Tony Podesta?

PurplePuffin said...

Lots of familiar names were already mentioned. Some others that stood out to me were Haley Barbour (former Governor of Mississippi), Lou Gerstner (former big Kahuna of American Express and IBM) and the Mondavi clan (winery)

Christina said...

No, I don't think that is the Podesta who has been in the news. I found a Robert Anthony Podesta in SF who sounds more likely. He's the CEO of "Flynn Industries." (Will look it up -- it's probably this guy: https://www.linkedin.com/in/robert-podesta-8893174/) Can't figure out what his business is, but he looks like the old, rich white guy sort.

MeliticusBee said...

Reportedly Nixon said “ it is the most faggy goddamned thing you could ever imagine”
Though women may go to other events...this one is for men.

It is cracking me up as this shit comes to light, how many years some people were called “conspiracy theorists” and dismissed as nut jobs for trying to tell stories about bohemian grove, Epstein, pedogate ...or other stuff.
Wait til you find out pizzagate is real y’all.

intercerebellar said...

It needs to be said that NOT EVERYONE at the Bohemian Grove is involved in dark things. It is very compartmentalized.

Clint Eastwood - has consistently shown up over the years. Has a long history in Republican Party politics.

Peter Jackson - most likely this is an American businessman, not the movie director.

Jimmy Buffett - mentioned in Cathy O'Brien's Trance Formation of America as a go-between/informant in the US/Cuba drug trade. Shows up every year. Doesn't surprise me.

The real monsters are the ones in MANDALAY. You need written permission to even approach this camp. Word is it's the location of the entrance to an underground cave system where all manner of horrible things take place.

Weekittylass said...

Lamar Alexander US Senator from Tennessee. The first one that popped out at me.

rosalie said...
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VRWC said...

Mike Bloomberg doesn't shock me.

Sd Auntie said...

miss Richard M Nixon. he just had a way with words!! lol

ScrantonYankees said...

Did anyone elae notice a Paul Newman on the list. If it's the actor, yeesh.

Krissie said...

wait which troll returned to turn on moderation? was it enthusiastic quotes? or whatever it was. signing up for comments cuz i don't wanna peruse this whole damn list.

Empi said...

Any royals? I couldn't see bc of fing popups.

TruRes said...

About 15 years ago I had friends in a very successful band. A couple of them really hooked into the Hollywood scene, they were just very normal (foreign to the US) guys. They went to a big awards show and said the gf of one said the after party was really weird. It was many levels of a club and you had to have a specific pass to get through various levels. They were pretty big ay the time, but were not given access beyond a certain level.

Like that, I'm gonna tip there's certain levels of partying, then debauchery, then perversion that happens depending on your "pass" level.

I also knew a woman who's friends daughter fled Hollywood (she was trying to make it as a dancer) after attending a party thrown by Jamie Foxx. She said it really scared her, how weird it was.

Samantha said...

"Did anyone elae notice a Paul Newman on the list. If it's the actor, yeesh."

ScrantonYankees - Paul Newman the actor passed away in 2008. The list is 2018.

Empi - not that I noticed.

TruRes said...

It's OK, he's dead. Not him.

Ali said...

Bohemian Grove is mainly for wealthy Republicans

Krissie said...

trures- yeah i remember hearing about that club in nicole richies stupid novel lol. but the playboy mansion parties are by far the creepiest. from what ive heard.

A said...

I wish the Mandalay ones could be singled out without going through them again. I fell asleep the first time

Skipperino said...

This is so cool. Thanks, Enty.

Kitten Moon said...

My congressman, Mark DeSaulnier, is on this list. Creepy.

Teaching in the trenches said...

Patrick John Wayne is that the Actor & son of the famous Actor?

johnny conspiranoid said...

This is the least navigable website in the history of badly made websites. How do I change the pag?

Why is all the information in a tiny square in the middle of the screen?

Why is there nowhere to put my name on a blog that doesn't allow anonymous comments?

Flashy Vic said...

Are you on the mobile site, Johnny conspiranoid?

not a libtard said...

I agree with the commenters saying that they don't believe every single person named has been involved in dodgy stuff.

Angela said...

The list is a Rorschach test for idiots who are into conspiracies. The ones that assume that private club = secret society = dark stuff = children being raped every third Friday by people wearing Venitian masks because they always refer to Eyes Wide Shut for the presentation.

And, of course, Enty really started to focus on the Bohemian Grove in the fall of 2017, when he needed to keep the traffic brought here by the Weinstein and Spacey scandals and realized that child molestation conspiracies were a very efficient bait for readers.

I have no particular sympathy for the people in the list, a bunch of conservative businessmen (some of them responsible for a lot of awful political decisions, like the Koch brothers) with the occasional artist brought in to make events a little more glamorous, but when one of the biggest finds, one of the few highlighted names, is Jim Freaking Belushi, you know it's the equivalent of a dumpster fire.

Do Tell said...

Except that on a list that includes Clint Eastwood, Colin Powell, three other Secretaries of State including Henry Kissinger, Nancy Pelosi's husband, multiple Congressmen, and a cornerstone of Wall Street among others, Jim Belushi is one of the LEAST known names on that list.

While I don't understand people who repeatedly come to the site when they so clearly despise it, the people who run it, and the people who regularly post on it,I do appreciate the hypocrisy of trashing conspiracy theories and then posting another conspiracy theory as to why the list was posted.

Jax129 said...

4 big names from Napa Valley area wineries

Samantha said...

"Patrick John Wayne is that the Actor & son of the famous Actor?"

John Wayne's birth surname was Morrison, so I was more curious about the Morrisons on the list. But I don't know if that man is connected to 'the' John Wayne.

Could be? It began as a retreat for creatives. Isn't he an actor too?

"The list is a Rorschach test for idiots who are into conspiracies."

If by Rorshach you mean people see what they want to see -- okay, fair enough. It's a bit redundant though, since none of us "know" what goes on there, since it is a secret gathering/society/whatever.

But that, as I said earlier, is part of the allure and appeal to everyone who wasn't invited.

I don't think everyone who finds it mysterious or interesting believes in all you named, though; why wouldn't a yearly gathering of some of the world's most powerful men be of interest to others?

Red Velvet Boots said...

It would be interesting to see this filtered by camp.

Samantha said...

By "redundant" I meant, it's already part of the fabric, since there's no other option for outsiders *but* to speculate, so it goes without saying.

Samantha said...

Red Velvet Boots: Yes.

Supposedly the cabins are assigned by status, so I'm also curious which camps are high or low status.

Samantha said...

Jax129 maybe they supplied the libations?

Or is my thinking too plebeian for some :p

MeliticusBee said...

To the shills and the blind trolls who still think this shit ain't real, I say
HAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAH
you guys are funny.

Angela said...

@Samantha

"why wouldn't a yearly gathering of some of the world's most powerful men be of interest to others?"

There's a symmetrical question. Why wouldn't powerful men gather a few days a year to spend time away from the commoners who keep on having an unhealthy interest on them? These people can then let their guard down because they know they are among peers.

I'm pretty sure that extremely cynical and shameful things are said during conversations at those meetings, but I've never been a big believer in the kind of sex trafficking that Enty's blinds depict and that the phrase "secret societies" creates in the mind of some people, the almost ritualistic ceremony where children would get "sacrificed" like a blood libel sort of things, in a Satanistic temple. If you read the testimonies on Epstein, for instance, it was more of a garden-variety thing, like hiring a underage girl for a few tasks, then asking her to give a private massage to a guest, then the guest asks for more in exchange for a huge tip. It sounds more prosaic than the Eyes Wide Shut stuff but also much easier to organize, sadly.

Eowyn said...

@codyave

Thank you for the link to the list of names in text format.

BayAreaGirl said...

@ Jax, yeah a lot of very wealthy & influential Bay Area families. It's definitely a fraternity of the elite. My own CEO is on this list. Here are others than jumped out:

The Bohannon Family (Commercial Real Estate -Facebook's landlords for the buildings they couldn't purchase)
The Fisher family (GAP)
Robert D. Haas - Levi Strauss's great-great grandnephew
The Draper Family - Very powerful & connected VC's

Countless managing/founding partners of Am Law 100 law firms.
Eric P. Wright - A Principal at Ernst & Young

Samantha said...

Angela -

"There's a symmetrical question. Why wouldn't powerful men gather a few days a year to spend time away from the commoners who keep on having an unhealthy interest on them? These people can then let their guard down because they know they are among peers."

But I have already addressed that repeatedly.

I you think it's so unhealthy, why are you here too?

Samantha said...

Angela -

"If you read the testimonies on Epstein, for instance, it was more of a garden-variety thing, like hiring a underage girl for a few tasks, then asking her to give a private massage to a guest, then the guest asks for more in exchange for a huge tip. It sounds more prosaic than the Eyes Wide Shut stuff but also much easier to organize, sadly."

I have no interest in 'trying a case' here i.e. going into great detail, there is a procedure going on that will or won't handle all of those issues.

But multiple girls and women have said otherwise.

Please don't @ me with defenses of Epstein, thanks.

I did not even mention him, besides.

Christina said...

I've lived in SF a long, long time and have heard multiple stories from different sorts of people over the years, and yes, I think there is something mighty weird/off-color going on up at that Boho Grove. I have no idea of the specifics because I heard enough to not want to hear more. Your own mileage may vary. And Epstein is a downright double agent, blackmailing spy of some sort. Does he like rub and tugs? Hell yes. Does he like providing rub and tugs for his buddies? Yep. Are his masseuses too young? Likely. Would providing this service leave him with over half a billion dollars? NO F-ING WAY. (That service will get you a storefront in Chinatown.) He didn't trade on the open market, no big institutional traders were dealing with him -- it's a small club, they all no each other. So he was not making his money via money management. He was getting large drops of money from somewhere else. Where that was exactly is what I hope we all find out...

Angela said...

@Samantha

I'm not trying to defend a piece of shit such as Epstein. His place is clearly in prison and he should have landed there 15 years ago. His arrest was overdue.

I was pointing out at the banality of evil rather than the black masses or the evil ceremonies lots of people here have in mind when they imagine a secret society of rich people who commit crimes and shameful acts. Such things are not committed by mustache twirling villains who claim they're on a mission to corrupt young girls and young boys.
This is more a matter of "I'm VERY rich, which means that I must be right. She's pretty and at the top of her looks. Sure, the girl is 15 or 16, but she's not that innocent and, hey, a few decades ago, the age gap wouldn't have shocked anybody. Besides, she's lost and confused in her life. She'll get a few thousand dollars in compensation in exchange for a few minutes with an older man, and that will allow her then to sort a few things out. Hey, actually, I'm making HER a favor." That type of bullshit.
So, to make it short, I just believe that hypocrisy, entitlement and indifference are responsible for more of these crimes than a clear collective agenda to destroy innocence, implemented at some secret society. Some people will do it simply because they assume common rules don't apply to them.
It's like shooting a gun at an endangered species during a safari. People who do this don't regard this as a big deal that will carry some consequences, as it's just one animal, nothing more. They just focus on the thrill of an experience few people can afford to have. Doing this next to dozens of other wealthy people would dilute the feeling of exclusivity.

Auntie Social said...

Art Linkletter? He had a twee shoe for years called ‘Kids Say the Darndest Things’ on network tv in the 1960s on up.

B. said...

Jimmy Buffett?

Unknown said...

Linkletter died in 2010. Maybe this was one of his kids.

Or maybe we are misreading the list and the whole of it are people who belong/have belonged to BG and the highlighted names are who showed up in 2018.

Rosie riveter said...

Any guesses why Enty would leave names off?

intercerebellar said...

BTW, this list is compiled from multiple years, and contains many people who have been dead for more than a year. This is not just 2018 listed here.

mooshki said...

Check out the column headings - some of these are from Enty's source and some are from the 2008 Wikileaks list.

Samantha said...

Rosie - he said some of the photographs weren't clear but he would try to get the other names soon.

"Some names are missing, and some were illegible because of the photos taken. I am working on getting them this week."

Angela - So you believe evil exists but not in premeditated group efforts. I don't think it exists in only one type of way. I don't find banal mundane everyday settings to be mutually exclusive from ritualized more 'exotic' ones.

How that applies specifically in this instance I couldn't say regardless. I'm speaking only to why anything mysterious, exclusive, foreign to people's experience, or 'hidden' (outsiders kept out) is alluring to many humans.

But doesn't that go without saying? The continued speculation about it kind of proves that allure.

Alf Landon said...

Angie the world is run by satan at the moment. Evil is everywhere especially among the wealthy. Most of what you think you know is a lie They think they are rich, but they are spirtutally bankrupt. Most people can't handle the truth and would rather remain blind and in denial.

shakey said...

These are the names I know (but I'm leaving out the likes of Ken Starr since they aren't big surprises)

Clint Black, singer
Mike Bloomberg (*the* Michael Bloomberg?)
Jimmy Buffett
Ken Burns
Clint Eastwood
William Friedkin
Malcolm McDowell (is he an American citizen?)
Conan :(
Fred Travalena
James Widdoes (he was in Animal House and some episodes of Life With Jim)
James H. Woods

Alf Landon said...

Widdoes became a big director of TV sitcoms -he is from a wealthy connected family like almost all of these

InsureIntell said...

Peter Graves the actor died in 2010.

Badbisco said...

Weirdly enough, found out last year that my father in law attended as a guest sometime in the last few years. He was invited by a family friend of theirs who I’ve met multiple times and attended our wedding. That friend and his relatives are listed with the correct group name so the list seems very legit, as no one would know of them, successful in business but certainly not names you’d come up with if making a list up. Don’t recall the details of the family’s original wealth but definitely a very successful CA family, which supports that it originally developed for the wealthy men of distinguished families in CA, then picked up celebrities and power brokers over time.

This guy and my father in law are total Uber successful silent generation, do everything proper, by the book fuddy duddys. If anything truly crazy beyond getting lit is happening, it’s not involving everyone in official activities. These two simply aren’t the types and would have told me.

KW said...

Admiral Bobby Ray Inman, Directory of NSA 1977-1981

KW said...

Robert Trent Jones Jr - dad built lots of golf courses

james2051 said...

Ambrose Bierce. Didn't he die around the time of WW1? He probably wasn't ever going to make these two get-togethers 100 years later. Unless there is another less-famous Ambrose Bierce (which would be a weird name to take). Or some grandkid or great-grandkid.

Perhaps I'm not understanding what this is. Just seems weird to have a guy who died over a century ago on the absentee list.

Christina said...

So I stumbled across an article about one of the Grovers -- Jordan Schnitzer. He's an Oregonian real estate magnate and he took the president of PSU to the "Bohemian Grove Resort." Now he's in trouble for taking the gift. Love how they call it a 'resort.' Anyhoo, interesting article. https://www.oregonlive.com/politics/2019/07/oregon-ethics-commission-investigating-former-psu-president-rahmat-shoureshi.html I got wind of this via this YouTube video from Amazing Polly, worth watching. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KoVPrFlNGFQ

molly said...

Old Bohemian Grove list from a website I trust. https://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/sociopolitica/esp_sociopol_bohemiangrove09.htm

Christina said...

Wow, Molly -- thanks for posting this. It's so interesting.

Goodau said...

Call me parochial, but it's reassuring to see some Aussies and Brits on the list of members. Fascinating.

Dolomiteismyname said...

Well Mickey Harts in the hillbilly bunker with Bush��

Dolomiteismyname said...

Saw that Mickey was on the list too bunking in hillbilly with Bush. Damn.

Department of Wow said...

Surprised to see Malcom on there... a fellow villager I've known my whole life. I also know a son of a gritty musician who has gone several years as an entertainer. Pressed him. Says its a big jerkoff, burning man for geriatrics and wannabees.

Samantha the 1st said...

Mr. Ent Lawyer -

Please, do part 2 and 3 of the video.

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