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Sealy Posturepedic King Size Mattress And Box Springs - $249 (Delivery Available)

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condition: excellent
make / manufacturer: Sealy Posturepedic
model name / number: King size mattress
size / dimensions: 76 x 80

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Sealy Posturepedic King size mattress and box springs for sale $249
This mattress is 76 x 80 king size mattress Sealy Posturepedic "Glade Line"
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Bloodlines of the Illuminati - By Fritz Springmeier

MCGEORGE BUNDY
Antony C. Sutton does an excellent iob in his book on the Skull & Bones Order in describing how
McGeorge Bundy received preferential treatment all through his life. Consistently, McGeorge Bundy
got jobs for which there were thousands of better candidates. McGeorge Bundy went to Yale where
he was initiated into the Skull & Bones in 1940. McGeorge then went to Harvard. After this
McGeorge joined the army as a private. Very few privates ever achieve the rate of promotion that
McGeorge received. Within a year after joining as a private, McGeorge was promoted to captain. Not
only was he made a captain he was placed on staff to plan the logistics and other details of the
invasion of Sicily and the Normandy Invasion. That is honestly fantastic. How can a greenhorn
without experience have the experience to know how much supplies, etc. are needed for a certain
operation? Bear in mind, that these calculations are for battles in which the wrong combination of
supplies could mean death or defeat for a unit. As Sutton points out on pg. 51, "Can a 23-year. old,
with no military experience, undertake planning for amphibious operations? The answer is obviously
no, even if his father (The Order) is in the Pentagon as an aide to the Secretary of War (The Order)."
After the war McGeorge continues his phenomenal climb from job to bigger job, often with no
credentials. 1945. He becomes assistant to the Secretary of War and co-authors a book with Stimson

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