George Bush Sr. and the Assasination of Olof Palme

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George Bush Sr. and the Assasination of Olof Palme
« on: June 22, 2008, 05:25:53 PM »
George Bush Sr. might not only be involved with the JFK assassination.

Former CIA whistleblower (now disappeared) Gene Tatum detailed on the radio that Swedish Prime Minister Olof Palme was assassinated under Operation Pegasus.

The transcript is located here: http://www.leopoldreport.com/Pegasus.html

Keep in mind what this guy did:
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On the international scene, Palme was a widely recognised political figure because of his:
-harsh and emotional criticism of the United States over the Vietnam War;
-vocal opposition to the crushing of the Prague Spring by the Soviet Union;
-campaigning against nuclear weapons proliferation;
-criticism of the Franco Regime in Spain;
-opposition to apartheid and support for economic sanctions against South Africa;
-support – both political and financial – for the African National Congress (ANC) and the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO); and,
-meeting with Cuba's president Fidel Castro.

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Gave asylum to US draft dodgers during Vietnam (~2,000 former Americans still living in Sweden after dodging the draft)

Openly declared Sweden as a Socialist state(in a positive way). It was not very pro business and the people actually got plenty from the government unlike most Socialist states which rob everyone. That is a big no-no stepping out of line when this 'neutral' country was secretly tied into NATO.
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All of this ensured that Palme had many opponents (as well as many friends) abroad.

On 21 February 1968, Palme (then Minister of Education) participated in a protest in Stockholm against the U.S.A. involvement in the war in Vietnam together with the North Vietnamese Ambassador to the Soviet Union Nguyen Tho Chan. The protest was organized by the Swedish Committee for Vietnam and Palme and Nguyen were both invited as speakers. As a result of this, the U.S.A. recalled its Ambassador from Sweden and Palme was fiercely criticised by the opposition for his participation in the protest.

On 23 December 1972, Palme (then Prime Minister) made a speech in Swedish national radio where he compared the ongoing U.S. bombings of Hanoi to a number of historical atrocities, namely the bombing of Guernica, the massacres of Oradour-sur-Glane, Babi Yar, Katyn, Lidice and Sharpeville, and the extermination of Jews and other groups at Treblinka. The U.S.A. government called the comparison a "gross insult" and once again decided to freeze its diplomatic relations with Sweden (this time the freeze lasted for over a year).

Overview on Palme: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Olof_Palme
Mainstream overview of the assassination: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Olof_Palme_assassination

Its clear this guy was a pain in the ass to the US and it seems likely he was dealt with by some elements from Washington. The fact that the murder of a Prime Minister still goes unsolved is quite odd.
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Re: George Bush Sr. and the Assasination of Olof Palme
« Reply #1 on: June 22, 2008, 09:25:29 PM »
Any opinions on this? Do you think its likely? Bump!
“The Bible tells us to be like God, and then on page after page it describes God as a mass murderer. This may be the single most important key to the political behavior of Western Civilization.”

-Robert Anton Wilson

FearMonger 888: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vWRu80jgKzk

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Re: George Bush Sr. and the Assasination of Olof Palme
« Reply #2 on: June 22, 2008, 11:27:15 PM »
Opinion? Yes in my opinion this is right up George H.W. Bushes alley. In 1986 Bush was up to his neck in the contra, cocaine, arms smuggling business, but I'm sure that in his leisure time he could have arranged to have Palme dealt with. Just for fun. Someday this bastard will die, and we should all take a turn peeing on his grave.