Young Presidents Organization (YPO)- Illuminati Control Via Secret Societies — Feb 18, 2018

YPO members in Bozeman MT broke secrecy by posting pics of their Christmas party.

YPO members in Bozeman MT broke secrecy by posting pics of their Christmas party.

 The YPO is a secretive worldwide group of business Presidents. Ostensibly dedicated to networking, I have been told they are required to engage in compromising behavior and reveal personal information so they can be blackmailed. 
“There is an initiation fee ranging from $3,000 – $10,000 and an annual membership fee of $2,500 – $10,000, sometimes in addition to the cost of individual YPO events, depending on chapter, in addition to an annual international membership fee which can range from $3,000 to $7,000.”

by Henry Makow Ph.D. 

The Young President’s Organization is an example of the web of networks the Masonic Jewish bankers use to regiment society worldwide. The goyim are more than willing to sell out their society for cachet and success. You could pack all the Jews off to Israel and little would change. The following information has been gleaned from Internet sources:
“Globally, YPO has 10,500 members and more than 25,000 alumni in more than 100 countries. They manage companies that together employ more than four million people and generate combined annual revenues of more than $3 trillion.
The moment you get sworn as a YPO member, you are sworn to secrecy. No matter what, you must not talk about it to the world; not even your spouse, explains a YPO member.
YPO meetings are held in tight secrecy. In fact, the level of confidentiality is so high that no one is expected to spell out a word about a meeting to anyone.” Source
According to Wikipedia, YPO (formerly Young Presidents’ Organization) is a global network of young chief executives with approximately 24,000 members in more than 130 countries, according to the organization’s 2016 YPO International Fact Sheet.
Logo indicates Masonic-NWO affiliation

Logo indicates Masonic-NWO affiliation

YPO was founded in 1950 in Rochester, New York, by manufacturer Ray Hickok, who was 27 years old when he became the head of his family’s Rochester-based Hickok Belt, a 300-employee company.
YPO formed an exclusive editorial partnership with CNBC since 2012. Members are part of a CNBC-YPO Chief Executive Network.
As of 2013, there are more than 450 chapters worldwide and 24,000 members. YPO members participate in monthly activities with their chapter with each chapter consisting of 35 to 120 members. The average revenue per member company, as of 2016, was $41 million USD.
YPO membership is generally by invitation only.
To qualify for membership, a person must have become, before age 45, the president or chairman and chief executive officer of a corporation of significance with a minimum revenue and minimum number of employees. The financial criteria differ for service companies and banks.
Candidates must be typically recommended by two members of a local chapter and approved by a membership committee of each local chapter. Prospective members may approach the organization directly, but most are invited by current members.”
Prominent members include:
Charles R. Schwab, Founder & CEO, Charles Schwab[9]
Peter Ueberroth, Chairman, 1984 L.A. Olympic Games, former Commissioner, Major League Baseball[10]
Bob Galvin, Founder & former CEO, Motorola[11]
Jim Balsille, Co-Founder & former Co-CEO, Research in Motion/Blackberry[12]
Scott Cook, Founder & former CEO, Intuit[13]
Douglas Fairbanks Jr., founder of United Artists motion picture studio[9]
Christie Hefner, former CEO, Playboy Enterprises[14]
Ray Lee Hunt, Hunt Oil[9]
Robert Wood Johnson II, president of Johnson & Johnson[9]
Ronnie Lott, Pro Football Hall of Famer, Founder & Managing Director, HRJ Capital[13]
Leonard Lauder, former CEO, Estee Lauder[9]
Penny Pritzker, US Secretary of Commerce[11]
Sheryl Sandberg, COO Facebook[15]



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