Sunday, October 3, 2010

Bohemian Grove: a collective list of visitors N-P

Bohemian Grove membership list - Institute for the Study of Globalization and Covert Politics
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Important note: Rather than official membership, this list is a collection of past visitors of the Bohemian Grove. Some of them, like Bill Clinton, only visited once, while others come here almost every year.

Also, if you're wondering why this list contains no sources like some of the other lists on this site, that's because I started out as a simpleton, thinking I wouldn't need to double-check my information. I also assumed other people would just accept my information as correct, and if they didn't, that would simply be their problem. Only a year or so after finishing this list did I realize things just don't work that way, especially not with controversial topics like conspiracies.
Anyway, if you follow the sources in the accompanying article, you will find most of the names in this list. I might add a number of sources in 2008. Don't know if I can make time for that - doesn't really have prority.

Naegele, Robert E. Sundodgers
Former vice president and director of The Dow Chemical Company and a long-time Midland resident. Died in 2000. Nelder, Alfred Chief of Police in San Francisco.

Neuharth, Al
An American businessman, author, and columnist. Al helped to build Gannett into the largest newspaper company in the U.S. He also founded USA Today, the most widely read newspaper in the U.S. Neuharth retired from Gannett in 1989, at the age of 65. On December 22, 2004, Neuharth sparked controversy when he called in his column for American troops to be brought home from the "ill-advised adventures" in Iraq, which he compared to the immorality of the Vietnam war. Neuharth also stated that if he were eligible for service in Iraq, he would do everything possible to avoid it. Chairman of the Freedom Forum.

Neylan, John Francis Mandalay
Republican party leader and U.C. trustee. In 1950 he wrote to Richard Nixon: "I'm sorry I missed you during your visit to Mandalay Camp at the Grove. Some of my fellow members told me they had a very delightful visit with you. I shall be very glad to be helpful and shall look forward to seeing you on your return trip to San Francisco (Neylan 7-24-50)."

Nixon, Richard M. Cave Man / Owl's Nest / Mandalay
Raised as an evangelical Quaker, Duke University law school, served voluntary in WWII, congressman, senator, very anti-communist, vice president under Eisenhower, lost the presidency from JFK, who supposedly was his friend, United States president 1969-1974, resigned after the Watergate scandal, mentioned that the Bohemian Grove was visited by a bunch of fags.
Novak, Robert
Newspaper columnist and CNN co-host. In 2003 he exposed Valerie Plane as a CIA employee, which led to the capture and death of many overseas agents. Earlier in 2003, her husband, former U.S.Ambassador Joseph C. Wilson, had criticized George W. Bush for relying on false data that Saddam Hussein supposedly was purchasing uraniumin in Niger. Novak never disclosed who leaked this information to him and has never been persecuted.

O'Brien, James Dragon
Vice-president and director of Standard Oil of California since the mid-1960s (at least up to 1975). O'Connell, Daniel Poet. His membership goes back to the 19th century. Wrote the poet "songs of Bohemia", which was later edited by Ina Coolbirth, who was librarian at the Bohemian Club.

O'Conner, John Pelicans
Sandra Day O'Connor, his wife, first woman Supreme Court Justice in 1981. Member of the Pilgrims Society and the Bohemian Grove.

O'Keefe, Sean
Secretary of the Navy and Defense Comptroller, participated in a 1994 round table of the Frank Gaffney's Center for Security Policy and argued vociferously for increasing funding for the B-2 bomber, paid consultant and advisory board member for the manufacturer of the B-2, Northrop Grumman and Raytheon, Office of Management and Budget, head of NASA.

Olson, James E.
Jim Olson took the reins of AT&T following the divestiture of the telecommunications field in the mid 80s. AT&T was no longer the "giant," but just one more competitor in a growing field. He spearheaded a reorganization and cost reduction program that saved AT&T over $1 billion in 1987. In 20 short months, his strategies returned the company to the forefront of the industry, restoring its competitive edge and the morale of its 300,000 employees.

O'Malley, Peter
Former owner of Los Angeles Dodgers.

O'Neill, George D., Jr.
Romany Founder of the Lost Classics Book Company.

Ong, John Doyle Hill Billies
Ohio State University and a law degree from Harvard University, chairman The BF Goodrich Company 1979-1997, chairman of the Business Roundtable, National Alliance of Business and the Ohio Business Round Table, chairman New American Schools, chairman of the Board of the Musical Arts Association of Cleveland, life trustee of the University of Chicago, ambassador to Norway since 2002. Member of the Bohemian Grove.

O´Reilly, David Mandalay
Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of ChevronTexaco since the completion of the merger between Chevron and Texaco in October 2001 and, prior to the merger, held the same positions with Chevron since January 2000. Prior Positions Held: Mr. O'Reilly was Vice-Chairman of the Board of Chevron from 1998 until 1999. He was a Vice-President of Chevron from 1991 until 1998. He was President of Chevron Products Company, from 1994 until 1998. He was a Senior Vice-President and Chief Operating Officer of Chevron Chemical Company from 1989 until 1991. Other Directorships and Memberships: American Petroleum Institute; Eisenhower Fellowships Board of Trustees; the Institute for International Economics; The Business Council; The Business Roundtable; JPMorgan International Council; World Economic Forum's International Business Council; the Trilateral Commission; the National Petroleum Council; the American Society of Corporate Executives.

Owens, William A.
Retired Admiral Owens was born and raised in Bismarck, North Dakota, graduating from Bismarck High School in 1958. On the encouragement of his father, he decided to apply to the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland. He was accepted, graduating in 1962. Owen’s naval career includes more than 10 years or 4,000 days of service on a submarine, including duty in the Vietnam War. He served in four strategic nuclear powered submarines and three nuclear attack submarines, including tours as Commanding Officer of USS Sam Houston and USS City of Corpus Christi. From November 1990 to July 1992, Owens commanded the U.S. Sixth Fleet, from which the first attacks of Desert Storm were launched, and NATO’s Naval Striking and Support Forces Southern Europe. He then directed the post-Cold War restructuring of the U.S. Navy as the first Deputy Chief of Naval Operations for Resources, Warfare Requirements and Assessments. On March 1, 1994, Owens was appointed by President Clinton to serve as Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. In this capacity, he was the nation’s second highest-ranking military officer, overseeing more than 1.5 million people in uniform. Owens currently serves as Co-Chief Executive Officer and Vice Chairman of Teledesic, a private company based in Kirkland, WA. Owens gave a speech at the Bohemian Grove in 1997.

Packard, David Silverado Squatters
Stanford, director of the Boeing Company, Caterpillar Tractor, Chevron, Genentech Inc. and the Wolf Trap Foundation, founder and vice-chairman of the California Roundtable, co-founder of Hewlett Packard with William R. Hewlett, president of Hewlett-Packard 1947-1964, chief executive officer of Hewlett-Packard 1964-1968, chairman of the board of Hewlett-Packard 1964-1968 & 1972-1993, member of the International Advisory Council of Chase Manhattan, U.S. Deputy Secretary of Defense under Nixon, trustee of the Herbert Hoover Foundation, the American Enterprise Institute and the Hoover Institution, chairman of the U.S.-Japan Advisory Commission 1983-1985, member of the Trilateral Commission 1973-1981, chairman of the Blue Ribbon Commission on Defense Management, member of the US-USSR Trade & Economic Council's committee on science and technology 1975-1982, member of the Business Roundtable , member of the President's Council of Advisors on Science and Technology 1990-1992, member of the Atlantic Council of the United States.

Parker, Jack S. Pelicans
Vice Chairman of General Electric. TRW Corporation director. TRW Corporation is a leader in Strategic Defense Initiative Star Wars contracts and was recently (1987) selected to manage the Pentagon's free electron laser experiment program. They have been researching a new method of producing weapons grade plutonium using lasers (also 1987). TRW was an MX missile contractor.

Patten, Lord Christopher F.
British; Baron Patten of Barnes. Patten worked in the Conservative Party from 1966, first as desk officer and then director (from 1974 to 1979) of the Conservative Research Department. Patten was a Member of Parliament from 1979 to 1992, serving as Minister for Overseas Development at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office from 1986 to 1989. Member of the Privy Council since 1989. He was later Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster (a sinecure) from 1990 to 1992, whilst also serving as Chairman of the Conservative Party. In July 1992, he was appointed the 28th and last Governor of Hong Kong until its handover to the People's Republic of China on 30 June 1997. After Hong Kong's handover, he left Hong Kong on 1 July 1997, together with The Prince of Wales, on board HM Yacht Britannia. Held a speech in 1998 in the Bohemian Grove titled 'Asia: What Comes After the Miracle?'. In 1998-1999, he chaired the 'Independent Commission on Policing for Northern Ireland', better known as the Patten Commission. In 1999, he was appointed one of the United Kingdom's two members of the Commission of the European Communities, with responsibility for Foreign Relations. He held this position within the Prodi Commission from 23 January 2000 to 22 November 2004. Although nominated for the post of President in the next Commission in 2004, he was unable to gain support from France and Germany. Lord Patten of Barnes is the Chancellor for the Universities of Newcastle and Oxford and a patron of the Tory Reform Group. Patterson, William A. President of United Airlines from 1934 until 1966. Chairman and CEO of United Airlines 1963-1968.

Patterson, William A., Jr.
Son of William A. Patterson of United Airlines. Invited in 1970.

Paulson, Allen E. Dog House
He turned Grummann Corp.'s struggling general aviation division into top-of-the-line Gulfstream Aerospace Corp, Chatham's largest industrial employer. He also was one of Georgia Southern University's main benefactors.

Pauley, Edwin W. Owl's Nest
Pauley made his fortune running oil companies from the mid-1920s onward. He became involved with the Democratic Party as a fundraiser in 1930s, eventually becoming treasurer of the Democratic National Committee. In the summer of 1944, while treasurer of the DNC, Pauley was part of a group that persuaded Roosevelt to choose Truman over Henry Wallace as the vice-presidential nominee. He later served as United States representative to the Allied Reparations Committee from 1945-1947. In May 1946, Pauley met with Herbert Hoover to discuss the impact of food relief on Japan's ability to pay reparations. Pauley was en route to East Asia to discuss with General MacArthur the Japanese situation in light of rising tensions with the Soviet Union. When Truman nominated Pauley to be Undersecretary of the Navy in 1946, he was opposed by Secretary of the Interior, Harold Ickes. Ickes held that Pauley's ties to oil interests was a clear conflict of interest. Truman pressed ahead with the nomination, so Ickes resigned. This effectively scuttled Pauley's nomination, and led him to return to working behind the scenes in the Democratic Party. Pauley served in Truman's 'kitchen cabinet' and advised Presidents Kennedy and Johnson. He also was an ardent supporter of UCLA, both as a regent and as a financial donor. Pauley Pavilion is named for him.

Percy, Charles H.
Father-in-law of John D. [Jay] Rockefeller IV. Joined the company of Bell & Howell; during the Second World War enlisted in the United States Navy in 1943 as an apprentice seaman and was honorably discharged in 1945 with the rank of lieutenant; after the war, rejoined the company of Bell & Howell, eventually becoming president, chief executive officer, and chairman of the board; appointed as President Dwight Eisenhower’s personal representative to presidential inaugurations in Peru and Bolivia with rank of special ambassador 1956; unsuccessful candidate for governor of Illinois in 1964; elected as a Republican to the United States Senate in 1966; reelected in 1972 and 1978 and served from January 3, 1967, until January 3, 1985; unsuccessful candidate for reelection in 1984; chairman, Committee on Foreign Relations (Ninety-seventh and Ninety-eighth Congresses); president, Charles Percy and Associates, Inc.; serves on the boards of several foundations and committees; is a resident of Washington, D.C. Member of the Council on Foreign Relations.

Perkins, John S.
Thalia Hughes Launch Service Acquisition director. Peterson, Rudolph A. Mandalay Swedish-born, California raised, president and CEO of Bank of America, member of the Council on Foreign Relations, member of the Commission on Postal Organization, Administrator of the United Nations Development Programme 1972-1976, director of the James Irvine Foundation 1971-1982, trustee of the Asia Foundation, visited Bilderberg.

Pfeiffer, Robert J. Pig'n Whistle
Pfeiffer joined Matson Navigation Co. in 1956 and became its president in 1973, then kept rising to A&B, Matson's parent company. He led A&B for more than a dozen years. Pfeiffer retired in 1999 but was named chairman emeritus and continued to keep regular office hours at Matson headquarters in San Francisco until shortly before his death.

Phelan, James D.
Phelan was born in San Francisco, California in 1861, the son of an Irish immigrant who became wealthy during the California Gold Rush as a trader , merchant and banker. Phelan graduated from St. Ignatius College in that city in 1881. He studied law at the University of California, Berkeley and then became a banker. He was elected Mayor of San Francisco and served from 1897 until 1902. Phelan was president of Relief and Red Cross Funds after the 1906 San Francisco earthquake. He was then elected as a Democrat to the United States Senate and served from March 4 1915 to March 3 1921. He was an unsuccessful candidate for reelection in 1920. During his time in the Senate he was chairman of the U.S. Senate Committee on Railroads during the 64th Congress and of the U.S. Senate Committee on Irrigation and Reclamation of Arid Lands during the 65th Congress. After his time in the Senate, Phelan returned to banking, and collected art. He died at his country estate Villa Montalvo in Saratoga, California in 1930.

Piggott, Charles M. Uplifters
Retired chairman and CEO of Paccar Inc. Haynes was a director of Boeing from 1974 to 1982 and from 1984 until 1998. Former director of Chevron. Pigott, James C. Thalia President of Pigott Enterprises, Inc., a private investment company, and has held that position since 1983. He was chairman and chief executive officer of Management Reports and Services, Inc., a provider of business services, from 1986 until December 1999. He is the uncle of Mark C. Pigott, a director of the Company. He has served as a director of the Company since 1972.

Pings, Cornelius J.
Professor of chemical engineering, served as provost of the University of Southern California from 1981 to 1993, and as vice provost and dean of graduate studies at Caltech from 1970 to 1981. He was also president of the Association of American Universities from 1993 to 1998. Based in Washington, D.C., the AAU represents the nation’s major research universities.

Pitchess, Peter J.
Sheriff of Los Angeles County 1958-1982. A 1978 report: "...The suspect was arrested a few days later and pleaded guilty to the crime. Our actions were commended by FBI special Agent in Charge, Ted L. Gunderson and Sheriff Peter J. Pitches." (Ted Gunderson? It's a small world after all)

Phleger, Herman Mandalay
Partner in Brobeck, Phleger & Harrison of San Francisco. Legal advisor to the Department of State 1953-1957. Director Moore Dry Dock Co., and various other companies. Trustee Stanford University 1944-1964, and trustee emeritus since 1964. Went to variety of international conferences. Member Council Foreign Relations. Died in 1984.

Poett, Henry William III Derelicts Unknown.

Policy, Carmen
While practicing law in his native Youngstown, Ohio, he served the San Francisco 49ers' front office in 1983 as vice president and general counsel. By 1991 he had been promoted to president and chief executive officer. He played a key role in all five of the 49ers' Super Bowl winning teams in 1982, '85, '89, '90 and '95. He earned a reputation as one of the preeminent executives in professional sports during his years as president and chief executive officer of the 49ers. Policy was a member of the NFL Finance Committee and the Committee on Opportunities and Challenges. Both The Sporting News and Pro Football Weekly named him NFL Executive of the Year in 1994, the latter award having been determined by a vote of NFL owners and executives. He serves on the board of directors of the Cleveland Clinic Foundation and expects to maintain a high level of civic and charitable involvement in the Cleveland area. He holds the prestigious Silver Cable Car Award from the San Francisco Convention and Visitors Bureau and The Mayor's Fiscal Advisory Committee Award in recognition of his managerial skills. Some have asked why Carmen Policy used to spent months at a time defending some of the most notorious mobsters between New York and Chicago. Other questions are tougher. Like why his name was mentioned repeatedly, and often cryptically, in secretly recorded 1980 conversations after mobsters laundered money through Policy's law partner. Or what Policy might have known about alleged links between the gangsters he represented and one of his biggest business clients. Or why so many of his business partners wind up in trouble with the law. Policy will not answer these or any other questions about his past. A Browns spokesman turned down a request for an interview, saying Policy does not have the time.

Pollock, Charles E. Totem In Unknown.

Popoff, Frank P.
Joined Dow in 1959, starting in technical service and development and then moving through sales, marketing, business management and other positions in the United States and Europe. He was named Dow's president, chief operating officer and then CEO in 1987, and chairman of the board in 1992. He retired as CEO on his 65th birthday in 1995 and continued to serve the company as chairman of the board until November 2000. In 1989, the Queen of The Netherlands bestowed on him the title of Knight Commander in the Order Oranje-Nassau. Popoff has been recognized internationally as a leading proponent of sustainable development, which seeks to reconcile economic growth with environmental protection. In 1991, he was appointed by President George H.W. Bush to the President's Commission on Environmental Quality and as chairman of the Committee on International Cooperation. Popoff also is a director of American Express Co., Qwest Communications International Inc., United Technologies Corp. and Chemical Financial Corp. He serves on the boards of the Michigan Molecular Institute, the Kelley School of Business Dean's Advisory Council, the National Volunteer Center, and the Herbert H. and Grace A. Dow Foundation. He is director emeritus of the IU Foundation. Popoff is a past chairman of the Chemical Manufacturers Association and a member of the Business Council for Sustainable Development, The Council on Foreign Relations, The Business Council, the Council for Competitiveness and the American Chemical Society.

Pouge, Richard W. Pelicans Unknown.

Powell, Colin Luther Mandalay
In 1989, Powell was promoted to four-star general, becoming the first African American to hold that rank, and was named chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. He had an important role in planning the American invasion of Panama in late 1989, and prior to the Persian Gulf War (1991) he played a crucial role in planning and coordinating the victory of U.S. and allied forces. He declined to run for the U.S. presidency in 1995, despite widespread encouragement to do so, and in 1997 became chairman of America's Promise–the Alliance for Youth, a charitable organization formed to help needy and at-risk U.S. children. Powell was appointed secretary of state by President George W. Bush in 2001. He advocated the so-called Powell doctrine—that U.S. military power only be used in overwhelming strength to achieve well-defined strategic national interests—while promoting “a uniquely American internationalism,” and he also showed a particular interest in African affairs. As secretary of state, however, his influence on foreign policy issues was not as great as that of National Security Adviser Condoleeza Rice (who succeeded him in 2005), Vice President Dick Cheney, and others. Knight Commander of the Most Honourable Order of the Bath (Honorary) 1993. Member of the Council on Foreign Relations, Bilderberg, the Trilateral Commission, and the Pilgrims Society. Former member of the Advisory Council of Forstmann Little & Co. Director of AOL and Revolution. Has been hired by the Carlyle Group as a speaker. Joined the venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield & Byers in 2005.

Prussia, Leland S. Sempervirens
In April 1981, Leland Prussia assumed the offices of Chairman of the Board of BankAmerica Corporation and Bank of America NT&SA. Mr. Prussia joined Bank of America as a Research Economist in 1956 after receiving Bachelor's & Master's Degrees in Economics from Stanford University. From this position, he rose through the ranks and, in 1971, became Senior Vice President in charge of the Bank Investment Securities Division. By 1974, he was promoted to Executive Vice President and Cashier (Chief Financial Officer) and was named to the bank's Managing Committee two years later. In 1979, Mr. Prussia was named Executive Officer of the bank's World Bank Division and retained that position until becoming Chairman. Since his retirement from Bank of America in 1987, Mr. Prussia has been primarily involved in economic and financial consulting and advisory work. He is currently a member of the Board of Directors of Crowley Maritime Corporation headquartered in Oakland, CA. In addition to his duties with Bank of America, Mr. Prussia has also been a former California Region Chairman of the Securities Industry Association and past president of the Bank Capital Markets Association. He has served on the California State Senate Commission on Corporate Governance, Shareholders Rights and Securities Transactions and has been a director of the California Economic Development Corporation. Mr. Prussia is a former member of the Board of Trustees of the University of San Francisco, the University of San Diego, and a former member of the Advisory Council of the School of Business at San Francisco State University. In addition, he was the first chairman of the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget of Washington, D.C. and a trustee of the Neighborhood Housing Services of America Foundation.

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