Saturday, May 23, 2009

Skull & Bones

Another of those things about Yale that I didn't know when I worked there:


Roy L. Austin (born 1939) was United States Ambassador to Trinidad and Tobago October 2001 to January 2009. Born in Kingstown, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, he moved to the United States to study and later became a U.S. citizen. He attended Yale University and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in sociology. While there he befriended future President George W. Bush and both were inducted to the secret society Skull and Bones. He earned an Master of Arts and Ph.D in sociology from the University of Washington.

Austin was Associate Professor of Sociology, Justice, and African
American Studies at Pennsylvania State University and served as
director of the Crime, Law, and Justice Program and the Africana
Research Center. Bush appointed Austin to the post of Ambassador to Trinidad and Tobago. He was sworn in October 19,2001


Skull & Bones is the most powerful secret society in the world. We all know that members have included 3 U.S. presidents, 2 Chief Justices, over 20 U.S. Senators, Congressmen, Cabinet Officers, Justices and State Officials and 4 members have the following powerful surnames: Goodyear (Tires), Heinz (Catsup) Ford (Automobiles) and Dodge (Automobiles).