After exhaustive research I have discovered that many prominent American politicians, leaders, and officials belong to a secret society called "Keres." In ancient Greece, violent death was the domain of Thanatos (god of death) and the blood-craving sisters, the Keres, spirits of slaughter and disease.
The "Order Of Death," another name for the Keres society has chapters in many universities throughout the country. Its members include Richard Nixon, numerous advisers in his administration, George W. Bush and his controllers, and officials/advisors under Barak Obama such as Bob Gates and Robert Kagan.
Of course, Donald Rumsfeld and Dick Cheney are kingpins in the organization today. The Presidents named above and their counsellors are the ones responsible for the Vietnam War, the Iraq War, and the current "endless war" with its drone strikes and 700 military bases around the world to protect the American Empire.
The millions of lives lost in these unnecessary wars are pleasing human sacrifices to the bloodthirsty Keres.
Of equal importance is that this reporter has found that climate change denial constitutes a significant part of the U.S. politician's worship of the Keres.
Two term Governor of Florida and presidential aspirant, "Jeb" Bush, who is past President of the national governing board of Keres, serves as a good example of the society's climate change denial efforts.
Bush graduated Phi Beta Kappa and magna cum laude from the University of Texas. As a intelligent man he knows the climate science on global warming. Yet he does not publically support the science and has even attacked Pope Francis' position that established science that human made global warming is real.
Bush, a Roman Catholic, issued a statement yesterday on climate change saying " I don't get economic policy from my bishops or my cardinals or my pope. I think religion ought to be about making us better as people and less about things that end up getting in the political realm."
Of course the statement is hilariously preposterous, like the incredible lies told by Johnson, Nixon, G.W. Bush, and Barak "Droneman" Obama to justify the slaughter and carnage in their wars.
Briefly dissecting Jeb Bush's recent statement, one can point out that dealing with climate change is not simply a matter of economic policy: If humans do not alter their conduct the planet will warm 6 or 7 degrees centigrade making planet earth virtually uninhabitable for most humans as they die a horrible death from starvation, thirst, disease and wars for water and food.
Too, saying that religion - as Jeb does - "ought to be about making us better as people" and that it should "stay ought of the political realm," is a statement that the majority of Americans may support because they are ignorant strangers to critical thinking and scientific methodology, but the Phi Beta Kappa Mr. Bush knows much better.
Obviously, in context, being "better as people" certainly could include the saving the human species from the catastrophic effects of climate change! That just might be a concern of religion, which states that we are created in the image of God! Of course saving the human race is actually a matter of collective political action in the "political realm."
Americans who prattle on about how they don't want "politics in their church" are obvious idiots and Jeb Bush panders to them.
But, again, Jeb's remarks must be understood within the historical frame of a recent string of two-faced, mendacious, double-dealing politicians in America. Dear reader, these politicians must lie to cover up their actual motivation: The worship the Keres. How else to explain that 73% of GOP senators are climate change nihilists?
They are all college graduates (they must be at least somewhat impressed that an incredible of 97% of climate scientists say climate change is human made). All of the colleges these senators graduated from have Keres chapters and, although my research is yet to be completed, it appears all of these GOP senators were chapter members.
Jeb Bush and the other climate change deniers secretly applaud the human suffering, deaths, and environmental carnage that are the result of climate change denial.
Too, the vast majority of these political necrophiliacs are the proponents of "endless war." There is no sane rationale, no national interest involved for the U.S. to have spent its life and treasure in the Middle East and continue under Obama. But the spirits of Keres control the minds of key politicians. Now we know why Bush II invaded Iraq. And now we know why Jeb Bush says his brother George, whose policies created ISIS, will be his chief foreign policy advisor if he were to be elected President.
The war-climate change denial death march goes on.