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Title: George Bush Finally Died (for the second time)
Post by: Jacob Law on December 01, 2018, 03:49:00 am
April 1, 2015 by GM Admin
Policy Review, October 5, 2018?George W. Bush, the 43rd president of the United States, died today at Methodist Hospital in Houston, Texas. He was 72. The cause of death was announced as heart failure.

Mr. Bush?s always controversial presidency left behind a changed nation and a changed world. Taking office in 2001 after a disputed election settled only by a 5-4 decision by a bitterly divided Supreme Court, and decisively reelected in 2004, President Bush led the United States into four wars, oversaw the dismantling of Social Security and Medicare, and enforced a drastic shrinking of elementary, secondary, and collegiate education. He spearheaded the transformation of President Bill Clinton?s budget surpluses of 1999 and 2000 into permanent deficits of more than a trillion dollars a year, thus profoundly reducing the amount of capital available to address the needs of the vast majority of citizens and inhibiting the creation of new jobs with any promise of advancement or financial security, while at the same time pursuing tax reductions that increased the differences between the income and assets of, in his own terminology, ?owners? and ?pre-owners? of ?the American ownership society? to extremes almost beyond measure. When he left office, taxation of personal and corporate incomes, while still legally extant, had been effectively replaced by a new payroll tax, so that almost all investment, inheritance, and interest income was left tax-free. ?Those with the greatest stake in America,? President Bush often said throughout his second term, ?have the greatest stake in defending it. Thus we as a nation must do all that we can to ensure that the commitment of those with the greatest stake to the rest of us, a commitment on which our freedom and security rests, only grows greater.?

Adding to Mr. Bush?s statutory and administrative economic policies were a series of decisions by the ?Bush Court,? as the Supreme Court was known after 2005, when in that year Mr. Bush replaced three retiring members with very conservative justices (a fourth was replaced in 2006), depriving government regulation of corporations and the environment of any legal basis?decisions which many analysts considered more significant than the repudiation by the Bush Court of previous decisions upholding a woman?s right to privacy in the matter of abortion and certain applications of affirmative action. Even with the Bush Court seated, however, the Republican-controlled Congress that Mr. Bush enjoyed throughout his presidency repeatedly passed legislation removing issue after issue from the purview of the state and federal courts, including questions of freedom of speech, freedom of the press, the right to assemble, and the right to trial by jury. Despite these prohibitions of judicial review, the government, under Mr. Bush, did not press for any legislation curtailing what had previously been referred to as ?First Amendment freedoms,? but simply refrained from challenging such legislation passed by many states, rather filing supportive briefs before the Supreme Court when such measures were contested. Ultimately the reversal of the series of 20th-century Supreme Court decisions subjecting the states to the Bill of Rights, long-sought by certain conservatives, was achieved not de jure but de facto. ?The press is legally free,? the former New York Times columnist Frank Rich put it in 2007, writing in his online journal ?It merely refrains from practicing freedom.? Some said the same of the nation as a whole; others said the country was freer than it had ever been.

Mr. Bush was born in New Haven, Connecticut, on July 6, 1946, and raised in Houston and Midland, Texas, where his father, the former President George H. W. Bush, began his careers in oil and politics. Mr. Bush attended Andover Academy and graduated from Yale University in 1968. During the Vietnam War he was a member of the Texas Air National Guard, known at the time as a safe haven from combat duty; whether Mr. Bush did in fact fulfill his military obligations became a subject of dispute during his second election campaign. In 1975 Mr. Bush graduated from Harvard Business School and began careers in oil and politics in Texas; neither flourished. Though he married the former Laura Welch in 1977 and fathered twin daughters Jenna (named for Mrs. Bush?s mother) and Barbara (named for Mr. Bush?s mother) in 1981, Mr. Bush?s life through his early 40s was characterized by business failures, accusations of insider trading, reports of silent bailouts, and self-confessed ?drinking.? (Mr. Bush claimed to have renounced drinking?the word alcoholism was never used?the day after his 40th birthday, as the result of divine intervention and an act of will.) He became a public figure in 1989 when, through a questioned investment, he became part of the consortium that bought the Texas Rangers baseball franchise; his title as managing partner produced an impression of competence and good humor. In 1994 Mr. Bush ran for governor of Texas and proved himself a first-rate campaigner. When he was elected, Texas was a bipartisan state; as Mr. Bush?s advisor Karl Rove once said, ?He charmed Democrats into riding on his strong back as he forded the river of discord.? When Mr. Bush left office as president, the Texas government was all Republican.

Mr. Bush was a politician opponents underestimated at their peril, and throughout his career his opponents did just that. He cultivated an aura of know-nothingness, of ?a fine disregard? of inconvenient facts or opinions, but he was devastating on the attack, able to present himself as an ordinary man outraged by the self-superiority of whoever might be opposing him at any time and on any issue. Even as president, before the al Qaeda terrorist attacks on Washington, D.C., and New York City, in 2001, he was not always taken seriously by political commentators or the public at large; after that event he became a heroic figure, standing in defense of the United States as if that historic responsibility were his alone.

He launched an assault against Afghanistan, where al Qaeda had its headquarters and training grounds, weeks after the 2001 attacks, leading to the immediate fall of the totalitarian Islamic regime of the Taliban, which had given al Qaeda sanctuary. Though Osama bin Laden, the leader of the worldwide Islamist movement, escaped capture, his forces were severely weakened and scattered; during Mr. Bush?s first term there was, against all expectations and predictions, no further terrorist attack on American soil. Arguing that Saddam Hussein?s government in Iraq was a center of terrorist plotting and a repository of terrorist weaponry, from what turned out to be nonexistent chemical and biological arms to equally chimerical nuclear technology, Mr. Bush in 2003 led a limited international coalition into Iraq and replaced Mr. Hussein with an occupying force, which over the next year was pushed back into consistently shrinking enclaves in the face of a fierce insurgency. Following his reelection in 2004, Mr. Bush ordered the destruction of the cities where the insurgents were thought to be concentrated; though the cities were destroyed, the insurgency continued. Mr. Bush then pressed on to Iran and North Korea, which he had identified as ?rogue states.?

With U.S. Armed Forces tied down in Iraq, Mr. Bush turned to what critics called a ?private army subject to no law and operating at the whim of a single individual??that is, to large numbers of private contractors employed by U. S., Serbian, Nigerian, and Saudi corporations?to launch land, sea, and air attacks meant to destroy nuclear facilities in both Iran and North Korea. While the Afghan and Iraqi armies and governments had collapsed almost at the first sign of American assault, the Iranian and North Korean invasions were beaten back by sustained resistance and, in North Korea, the use of explosives that Mr. Bush denounced as ?tactical nuclear weapons,? though this was later proved not to be the case. Nonetheless Mr. Bush then ordered what he described as ?pinpoint? nuclear attacks on the nuclear sites in Iran and North Korea, which, while achieving their goals, also led to the One-Day War, a nuclear exchange between India and Pakistan that left Bombay and Karachi in ruins and led to the fall of the governments of both countries, and to the withdrawal of the American-led coalition forces from Iraq. The result was the series of still-continuing civil wars throughout the Middle East and the Indian subcontinent that, while involving no unconventional weapons since 2006 have, according to the United Nations, caused the deaths of 12 million people and the displacement of millions more. Mr. Bush?s claim in action if not in words that the United States retained an international monopoly on the legitimate use of force left allies such as Great Britain and alliances such as NATO crippled; it also left the United States at least formally unchallenged.

It was often said, during Mr. Bush?s first term, that he saw himself as a messianic figure, ordained by God to carry the flag of freedom (?God?s gift,? in Mr. Bush?s words, ?to every individual?) to the corners of the earth, and that the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, at least, were part of a crusade of transcendent significance. After Mr. Bush?s reelection, it was increasingly argued that his wars were a diversionary and obfuscatory tactic meant to raise Mr. Bush?s standing, and the power of the Republican Party both in Congress and in the states, solely for the benefit of Mr. Bush?s domestic agenda, and that, as the poet Donald Hall wrote, ?it was the United States itself that was the true object of conquest.? While that is a matter for history to settle (when, as Mr. Bush himself once put it, ?we?ll all be dead?), few would dispute that Mr. Bush left the United States if not conquered then irrevocably changed?and, according to the American novelist Philip Roth, who in 2008, cited by the Swedish Academy as ?the voice of a lost republic,? was awarded the Nobel Prize for literature, ?less a nation governed by its citizenry, where each of us has one vote, than a stock exchange owned by its shareholders, according to the number of their shares.?

Mr. Bush?s Republican Party had, during his time in office, so effectively marginalized the opposition Democratic Party that it all but ceased to function in many states. After the suspension of the filibuster rule in the U.S. Senate, the remaining 45 Democratic senators were unable to block any of Mr. Bush?s appointments to the federal courts or the executive branch of government. The Republicans had so successfully supported Mr. Bush as an infallible and irreplaceable leader that he came to seem, in fact, irreplaceable. There was no figure in the party who did not appear diminished as soon as his or her name was mentioned alongside of his, and the notion of any ordinary Republican actually succeeding Mr. Bush became, in the words of William Kristol, editor of the conservative journal the Daily Standard, ?unthinkable.? Thus was the strategy devised to introduce a constitutional amendment to remove the requirement in Article 1 that no one could be elected president were he or she not native born, supposedly to permit the presidential candidacy of the native-born Austrian Arnold Schwarzenegger, the enormously popular and skillful governor of California and the one Republican other than Mr. Bush who did sometimes appear larger than life. It later transpired that the amendment was a ruse: When Democrats attempted to ?poison? the amendment by proposing that all restrictions on who might become president be removed (the requirement that a president be at least 35 years old, the two-term limit), the Republicans immediately acquiesced, and as a result of the passage of the 28th Amendment in 2006 and its ratification by the states the next year, in 2008 Mr. Bush announced his candidacy for a third term. He was overwhelmingly defeated that November by former President Bill Clinton.

Mr. Bush?s life after his presidency was marked by misfortune. He soon lost interest in his status as the standard-bearer of his party and its chief fundraiser; many believed he had again begun drinking, and in any case he seemed to spend most of his time at private clubs in Houston, where he established residence in 2010 after selling his property in Crawford, Texas. (?At least I won?t have to cut that f? brush again,? Mr. Bush was heard to say after his last election.) Then on May 1, 2011, Jenna and Barbara Bush were killed in a drunken driving accident in New York City, an incident that also took the lives of seven other people, four of them friends of the Bush daughters. Rumors that a Bush family friend attempted to bribe the police to report that a person other than Jenna or Barbara Bush was driving (the body of Barbara Bush was in the driver?s seat) were never confirmed. Four years later, in 2015, Laura Bush, like her father, died of Parkinson?s disease; she was 68. After a period of mourning, Mr. Bush announced that, to find his way back into ?productive service? and ?do God?s will,? he would welcome the opportunity to act as commissioner of baseball. But while Commissioner Bud Selig said that he would be honored to yield the position to Mr. Bush, he cautioned that the exigencies of the job would probably require him to remain in office ?for another year, or maybe two,? and the question was not raised again.

Mr. Bush was preceded in death by his sister Robin Bush, his brothers John ?Jeb? Bush, the former governor of Florida, Neil Bush, and Marvin Bush, and his sister Dorothy Bush Koch. He is survived by his parents.

Policy Review, October 5, 2018 (via City Pages, November 3, 2004)

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Anonymous says:
April 1, 2015 at 12:36 pm
Much as I didn?t like Bush, this is a bit over the top.

Richard Riegel says:
April 3, 2015 at 4:45 pm
I?m with Anonymous on this one. I see by the original publication date that Marcus evidently wrote this fantasy obit just before the 2004 presidential election, and as a Democrat, I too felt rather desperate at the time that no matter how promising John Kerry?s candidacy looked, Bush was probably going to win again. However, those bleak thoughts never once led me to crave (even in black humor) the overkill deaths of Laura Bush and the First Daughters, or of W himself ? if we could just vote him out, I?d be satisfied if he spent the rest of his days golfing or even taking up painting. I?m surprised too that any account (even if part satirical fantasy) of the misguided and ultimately disastrous American invasion of Iraq in 2003 completely leaves out its actual perpetrator, Vice President Dick Cheney, the powderfinger behind W?s throne. Why settle for reality when myths can be made?

Anonymous says:
December 1, 2018 at 12:28 am
Uh he was not 72??

Dana says:
October 13, 2015 at 5:41 pm
it took too long for him to die. He was the dumiest president we ever had and he and his family were treated like royalty.

Anonymous says:
April 18, 2017 at 11:03 am

Sophia says:
February 25, 2018 at 9:03 pm
Says the one who didn?t even use a real word to describe him..

Anonymous says:
October 19, 2015 at 6:19 pm
the news said he was still alive there research is off!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Anonymous says:
February 3, 2017 at 9:05 am
Ikr!!! It?s not even 2018!!!

Chard says:
October 27, 2015 at 3:10 pm
We?re gonna party like its nineteen ninety nine whoooo wooooo

Jeff Gunnells says:
November 29, 2015 at 6:46 am
I think George W Bush was the best president of our time he did the best he could and tht?s all we can ask him we knew was before we voted for him and we knew what we he was when we he was our president he was a victim of critics and the newspaper columnist

bretbert says:
February 29, 2016 at 7:26 pm
Define ?Our time?

Edward H says:
November 30, 2015 at 8:05 pm
Golly, Jeff, you?re the best. ?We knew (who he was) before we voted for him?? You mean the guy who said we should have a ?humble? foreign policy and not engage in ?nation-Building? from without? Yeah, he was transparent all right. And doing ?the best he could? is all we can ask of a president even if his ?best? is charging into a war on knowingly false pretenses that would have disastrous consequences reaching up into the present day? No. We should ask our presidents not to do stupid shit. By that standard, ?best he could? or not, George W. Bush was by far the worst president in modern American history. You fail.

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Anonymous2 says:
May 3, 2016 at 11:36 pm
Really? This is sick.

Anonymous says:
May 16, 2016 at 10:21 am

Anonymous says:
July 22, 2016 at 2:32 pm
*reports that George Bush died in 2018* *posts report in 2015*

Anonymous says:
July 30, 2016 at 3:21 am
president bush i hope the god and the lord be with you

Anonymous says:
August 14, 2016 at 9:36 pm
Sold to the as a direct response to September 11?
According to the U.S. Department of Defense casualty website, there were 4,424 total deaths (including both killed in action and non-hostile) and 31,952 wounded in action (WIA) as a result of Operation Iraqi Freedom.
And the death of well over 100,000 Iraqi civilians. Who did he keep safe again?

John Sinclair says:
September 21, 2016 at 7:47 am
Not a word about the war crimes trials where he and 90% of US senators ended up in the slammer for 1,000 year sentences. Why not?

Vic Perry says:
September 29, 2016 at 6:59 pm
The funny obit from 2018 left out how in 2016 the Bushes and Greil Marcus supported Hillary Clinton.

Quinn says:
October 20, 2016 at 1:14 am
What the hell? It?s not even 2018 yet? Stupid fantasy articles.

Lia M. Yang says:
November 8, 2016 at 11:12 pm
What I don?t get it its like 2016 and he died 2018???!?..

The Inbred Caller Outer says:
November 21, 2016 at 4:03 pm
f**king inbreds..

leslie says:
January 20, 2017 at 4:52 pm

David Getman, et Uxor says:
November 25, 2017 at 11:43 pm
Exaggeration! We Texians know not to drink and think! David ?Crockett? Getman 1940 Amarillo, Tx The next time we allow invaders on our door step (Alamo ), let us make sure they do not have their spare car upon blocks.
November 25, 2017

Anonymous says:
April 20, 2018 at 2:21 pm
Why is it say he died 10/05/18 . 10/ 5 / 18 has not here yet .it?s only 4/ 20 /18

Disgusted says:
April 21, 2018 at 4:20 pm
True malice. Sheer evil. Lower than the dick of a dog to write such shit.

Anonymous says:
May 15, 2018 at 11:54 am
they got stuff messed up

Anonymous says:
May 15, 2018 at 11:55 am

Jon Wayne Cable says:
September 4, 2018 at 1:33 pm
All I can say is this : Roosevelt pass a law at the end of the war and changed the terms in the Whitehouse from four years to a term to two years to a term then all world leaders fixed the law? So Bush junior maybe dead but it is the one using Hybrid 2 as I know for a fact all the Presidents are still alive all the way back to John F. Kennedy?


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Title: Re: George Bush Finally Died (for the second time)
Post by: TahoeBlue on December 01, 2018, 10:54:18 am
Justice delayed is justice denied

...  it may be attributed to William Penn in the form "to delay Justice is Injustice"

Lawmakers call on Trump to release all classified documents - Jfk assassination

Ironically, author Jim Marrs, who wrote the bestselling book Crossfire: The Plot That Killed Kennedy, sadly passed in August, and will be unable to add to this discussion. But of course like all good conspiracy theorists, Marrs is now at the centre of one. His death is one of several recent prominent conspiracy theorists, who are now the subject of intrigue, machination and conspiracy.

Marrs consistently backed the theory that there wasn’t just a lone gunman involved in the shooting and claimed that Kennedy was murdered by high ranking officials and businessmen – who all wanted to see the president dead because they didn’t like his policies.

Govt agencies would want to redact JFK docs before releasing

NIXON jokes about LBJ killing JFK
1 day ago
Because people who put their hands in this dirty deed are still alive. George H. W. Bush could be one of them
JFK Jr Told the world who killed his Father

JFK Assassination Stories Here---50 years Ago---Nov 22, 1963

In this thread, I haven't covered HW Bush or Nixon much , but I think it was no accident they ended up as Presidents:

Nixon was the intended President follow up MIC controlled Eisenhower ( but hey Kennedy's were made men too)  , LBJ became placed as VP by using Hoover supplied blackmail on the Kennedy brothers, I showed earlier how Ford was Blackmailed by LBJ,  Carter was another controlled asset ( NUCK Navy man/OSI - just keep eating those peanuts "Jimmy" ( it is interesting that under Carter "banned" assassinations...
Executive Order 12036 created new oversight committees and offered many new restrictions on the U.S. Intelligence Community

Executive Order 12036 is a United States Presidential Executive Order signed on January 24, 1978, by President Jimmy Carter that imposed restrictions on and reformed the U.S. Intelligence Community along with further banning indirect U.S. involvement in assassinations. The EO was designed to strengthen and expand Executive Order 11905, which was originally signed by Gerald R. Ford in 1976. ]

, Reagan was quickly shot to keep him in line while Bush ran his pet projects  , Clinton a son of a Rockefeller helped run the ops in Arkansas , along with his CIA operative wife. ) etc Bush II etc  Barry Soetoro ...

These people have projects with timelines - Millions and Billions and now Trillions depend on keeping to the timetable. Presidents don't get in the way of those timetables or else.

 Dark Legacy
Relying exclusively on government documents, statements from the best witnesses available, and the words from the mouths of the killers themselves, Dark Legacy produces a thoroughly substantiated criminal indictment of George Herbert Walker Bush, establishing beyond a reasonable doubt his guilt as a CIA supervisor in the conspiracy to assassinate John F. Kennedy. ...    (

JFK Assassination Conspiracy:

The Whole Bay of Pigs Thing:

Nixon once said of WaterGate that it could uncover "the whole Bay of Pigs things". By this discrete and hidden statement we now know that he was revealing inside knowledge of deeper ties between the WaterGate burglers (E. Howard Hunt, and Frank Sturgis) and their ties to previous covert operations. Although these men have careers going back to before the Bay of Pigs invasion. There are deeper hidden ties between these individuals and events that will be revealed in the course of this page.

Nixon was in Dallas to give a morning address to a soda bottler's convention and left the city at 9:05 a.m., about three hours before the assassination, Baker writes. He was back in New York City when the news of the assassination shocked the nation. Nixon also called a press conference...on Nov. 21...criticizing Kennedy's policies on civil rights and foreign relations but also urging Texans to show courtesy to the president during his visit."

Nixon also told the reporters on Nov. 21 -- the day before the assassination -- press conference that Kennedy was going to replace Lyndon Johnson with a new running mate in 1964. Baker says "This was a particularly incendiary thing to say, since the whole reason for Kennedy's visit was to cement his links to Texas Democrats, help bridge a gap between the populist and conservative wings of the state party, and highlight his partnership with Johnson." Nixon's comment gained a place in the early edition of the Dallas Morning News on Nov. 23, under the headline: "Nixon Predicts JFK May Drop Johnson."

Sources: Russ Baker "Family of Secrets", and "Crossfire" by Jim Marrs

Bush Identified as CIA agent in FBI Hoover Memo:

Harbinger Group Inc. (NYSE:HRG), formerly Zapata Corporation, is a holding company based in Rochester, New York, and originating from an oil company started by a group including the former United States president George H. W. Bush. Various writers have alleged links between the company and the United States Central Intelligence Agency. In 2009, it was renamed the Harbinger Group Inc.

James Earl "Jimmy" Carter, Jr. (born October 1, 1924
He applied for the US Navy's fledgling nuclear submarine program run by then Captain Hyman G. Rickover. Rickover's demands on his men and machines were legendary, and Carter later said that, next to his parents, Rickover had the greatest influence on him. Carter has said that he loved the Navy, and had planned to make it his career. His ultimate goal was to become Chief of Naval Operations.
Upon the death of his father James Earl Carter, Sr., in July 1953, Carter was urgently needed to run the family business. Resigning his commission, he was discharged from the Navy on October 9, 1953. In a critical biography, author Steven Hayward stated that Carter could have had a distinguished naval career, with eventual promotion to admiral a possibility

JFK II - Bush/Nixon/Hunt Connection
JFK 2: The Bush Connection [newer release]
Uploaded on Nov 20, 2011 

A thorough, documented, criminal indictment of George Herbert Walker Bush, establishing beyond a reasonable doubt as a supervisor in the conspiracy to assassinate John F. Kennedy. If we could present this evidence to a jury in Texas, he would pay with his life.
Title: Re: George Bush Finally Died (for the second time)
Post by: TahoeBlue on December 01, 2018, 03:48:16 pm
Oh and Bush - Reagan ... assassination "attempt"
How John Hinckley Lives Now
He drives a Toyota. He eats fro-yo. He shops at PetSmart. You just might run into him.
Written by Eddie Dean | Published on May 26, 2016
Bush Angle to Reagan Shooting Still Unresolved as Hinckley Walks
A Story I Had to Leave Out of My Book
August 16, 2016 | Russ Baker

Why did George H.W. Bush and his cabinet determine that John W. Hinckley Jr. ? the man who in 1981 tried to kill the newly inaugurated President Ronald Reagan ? was a lone nut, and no conspiracy, foreign or domestic, was involved? How did they arrive at this conclusion just five hours after the shooting, without any thorough examination?

And why won?t the Federal Bureau of Investigation release its documents on the shooter?

Hinckley, who was released from a federal psychiatric facility on August 5 after 35 years, remains a mystery, and that?s the way the government prefers it. Among the documents the Bureau withholds are those that reveal organizations linked to him ? and the names of his associates.

One noteworthy individual will not even acknowledge knowing of Hinckley beforehand, someone associated with the shooter?s family, and an even longer history of dissociation ? George H.W. Bush.

Most Americans have never heard about this ? and even those who have will be intrigued by some little-known aspects. One is the rather unique way the Bush clan has dealt with or sought to dismiss such peculiar situations ? and this is hardly the only one in which the family has been enmeshed.

Fast forward to early August of this year, when news came that a federal judge had ordered John Hinckley released from captivity. Hinckley had already been granted partial freedoms over the years, including extended stays with his family outside the mental facility where he has been incarcerated. But now he is effectively ?out,? albeit with some supervision.

Word of Hinckley?s release was met with pregnant silence, including from entities and individuals that bray about ?law and order? ? who routinely support jail time with no possibility of parole for all manner of individuals, particularly the poor and the unconnected.

Neither description, of course, fits Hinckley.

The Hinckleys and the Bushes have been friendly for decades, going back to the days when both families set down stakes in the dusty town of Midland, Texas, a magnet for the children of wealthy, East Coast families seeking to cash in on the oil boom.
?I Love You, Too?: George Bush?s Final Days
By Peter Baker
    Dec. 1, 2018

George Bush had been fading in the last few days. He had not gotten out of bed, he had stopped eating and he was mostly sleeping. For a man who had defied death multiple times over the years, it seemed that the moment might finally be arriving.

His longtime friend and former secretary of state, James A. Baker III, arrived at his Houston home on Friday morning to check on him.
Title: Re: George Bush Finally Died (for the second time)
Post by: One Revelator on December 02, 2018, 12:08:58 pm
I think the OP article referred to GW vice GHW. Still, It's interesting that it foresees a death in 2018.

NWO leaders outed themselves out of arrogance a long time ago. And nobody wants what they're peddling. Ivy league can either wise up and ditch the secret societies or perish to newer universities that do it right.

Title: Re: George Bush Finally Died (for the second time)
Post by: TahoeBlue on December 02, 2018, 08:50:29 pm
President George H.W. Bush on a working visit to Beijing, China in February 1989.

Just 36 days after being sworn in as president in 1989, George HW Bush became the fastest American head of state to embark on an official visit to China. During the mid-1970s,Bush served as head of the US Liaison Office in Beijing for two years, which was ambassador in all but title - official diplomatic relations started in 1979.

During his time in Beijing, Bush earned himself the nickname ?bicycle-riding envoy? because he often cycled around the Chinese capital, accompanied by his wife Barbara. Upon their return to the country, the President and First Lady were presented with two ?Flying Pigeon? as gifts. Bush couldn?t resist jumping onto the famous Chinese-made bicycle and posing for photos in front of the assembled media.
Three-Decade Ties

George H.W. Bush chose to be the director of the US Liaison Office in China and arrived in Beijing with Secretary of State Henry Kissinger on October 21,1974.

During his tenure as director, George H.W. Bush met with Chairman Mao Zedong on two occasions, accompanying Secretary of State Kissinger on October 21, 1975 and President Ford on December 2, 1975 respectively.

Title: Re: George Bush Finally Died (for the second time)
Post by: TahoeBlue on December 03, 2018, 11:34:08 am
The Soviet Union has fallen ... so lets invade Iraq ... So much for the "Peace Dividend"
Peace dividend is a political slogan popularized by US President George H.W. Bush and UK Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher in the early 1990s, purporting to describe the economic benefit of a decrease in defense spending. It is used primarily in discussions relating to the guns versus butter theory. The term was frequently used at the end of the Cold War, when many Western nations significantly cut military spending (such as Britain's Options for Change defence review).
H. W. Bush on Policing the World: War in the Persian Gulf
MT1245 President Bush's Thanksgiving Visit with the Troops - 22 November 1990
Desert Storm Begins During News Broadcast 1/2
Published on Aug 25, 2007

The first bombs begin to fall on Baghdad. Caught live on ABC World News Tonight with Peter Jennings. As with all newscasts of the event, no live video was available at that time. Date: 1/16/91.
Title: Re: George Bush Finally Died (for the second time)
Post by: TahoeBlue on December 03, 2018, 01:25:21 pm
The Signing of NAFTA by Bush, Salinas, and Mulroney

1992 Presidential Debate with George HW Bush, Bill Clinton & Ross Perot

The presidential candidates for the 1992 election debated each other in the the second of three scheduled presidential debates. The participants were President George Bush, Governor Bill Clinton, and Ross Perot. They answered questions from the audience that regarded their campaigns and their policy preferences, which mostly focused on economic issues. The audience consisted of 209 undecided voters from the Richmond, VA area.
NAFTA Died on the Same Day George H W Bush Did. Irony.
Title: Re: George Bush Finally Died
Post by: Al Bundy on December 03, 2018, 04:10:43 pm
Announcing of New World Order
Title: Re: George Bush Finally Died - NWO Rejoices
Post by: TahoeBlue on December 05, 2018, 11:35:14 am
Notice the "Left" now loved/s Bush ...
They celebrate the water bearer for the Globalist NWO - - -  Age of Aquarius ---

Title: Re: George Bush Finally Died (for the second time)
Post by: TahoeBlue on December 05, 2018, 12:42:15 pm
fyi ... I cannot find ONE Not ONE video of GHW Bush speaking about Gulf War Syndrome ,... Hmmm...
A vet who was a VETERAN Hater ...

A thousand points of Light ...
CNN: Remembering Desert Storm, 20 years later
CNN's Wolf Blitzer and Nic Robertson look back on the start of Gulf War.
"Shock and Awe" The Beginning of the 2003 Invasion of Iraq (CNN Live Coverage)
George Bush on Support for the War in Iraq and Bombing - SNL
Gen. Schwarzkopf's Famed News Conference
When victory was obvious over Iraq after its invasion of Kuwait, General H. Norman Schwarzkopf gave what quickly became known as the "Mother of All News Conferences" across the street from his HQ in Saudi Arabia.
Gen. Schwarzkopf passed away in December, 2012.
The Pentagon-CIA Cover-Up of Gulf War Syndrome: Chemical Agents Conspiracy (1997)

Published on Jun 22, 2014

Gulf War syndrome (GWS), also known as Gulf War illness (GWI), is a chronic multisymptom disorder affecting returning military veterans and civilian workers of the Gulf War. About the book:

A wide range of acute and chronic symptoms have been linked to it, including fatigue, muscle pain, cognitive problems, rashes and diarrhea. Approximately 250,000 of the 697,000 veterans who served in the 1991 Gulf War are afflicted with enduring chronic multi-symptom illness, a condition with serious consequences. From 1995 to 2005, the health of combat veterans worsened in comparison with nondeployed veterans, with the onset of more new chronic diseases, functional impairment, repeated clinic visits and hospitalizations, chronic fatigue syndrome-like illness, posttraumatic stress disorder, and greater persistence of adverse health incidents. According to a report by the Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America, veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan may also suffer from the syndrome.

Suggested causes have included depleted uranium, sarin gas, smoke from burning oil wells, vaccinations, combat stress and psychological factors, though only pyridostigmine (an antitoxin for nerve agents) and organophosphate pesticides have strong and consistent evidence of being causally associated with Gulf War Syndrome.

Many of the symptoms of Gulf War syndrome are similar to the symptoms of organophosphate, mustard gas, and nerve gas poisoning.[22][23] Gulf War veterans were exposed to a number of sources of these compounds, including nerve gas and pesticides.[24]
Chemical detection units from Czechoslovakia, France, and Britain confirmed chemical agents. French detection units detected chemical agents. Both Czech and French forces reported detections immediately to U.S. forces. U.S. forces detected, confirmed, and reported chemical agents; and U.S. soldiers were awarded medals for detecting chemical agents. The Riegle Report said that chemical alarms went off 18,000 times during the Gulf War. After the air war started on January 16, 1991, coalition forces were chronically exposed to low but nonlethal levels of chemical and biological agents released primarily by direct Iraqi attack via missiles, rockets, artillery, or aircraft munitions and by fallout from allied bombings of Iraqi chemical warfare munitions facilities.[25]
In 1997, the US Government released an unclassified report that stated, "The US Intelligence Community (IC) has assessed that Iraq did not use chemical weapons during the Gulf War. However, based on a comprehensive review of intelligence information and relevant information made available by the United Nations Special Commission (UNSCOM), we conclude that chemical warfare (CW) agent was released as a result of US postwar demolition of rockets with chemical warheads at several sites including Khamisiyah". Over 125,000 U.S. troops and 9,000 UK troops were exposed to nerve gas and mustard gas when the Iraqi depot in Khamisiyah was destroyed.[26]
Recent studies have confirmed earlier suspicions that exposure to sarin, in combination with other contaminants such as pesticides and PB were related to reports of veteran illness. Estimates range from 100,000 to 300,000 individuals exposed to nerve agents.[27]
While there are suggestions low-level exposure to nerve agents may be responsible for GWS, 2008 RAC report states that "evidence is inconsistent or limited in important ways".

Depleted uranium (DU) was widely used in tank kinetic energy penetrator and autocannon rounds for the first time in the Gulf War[31] and has been suggested as a possible cause of Gulf War syndrome.[32] A 2008 review by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs found no association between DU exposure and multisymptom illness, concluding that "exposure to DU munitions is not likely a primary cause of Gulf War illness". However there are suggestions that long-term exposure to high doses of DU may cause other health problems unrelated to GWS.[6] In the Balkans war zone where depleted uranium was also used, no GWS-like symptoms or illnesses have been identified, which is seen as evidence of DU munitions' safety.[31] While depleted uranium from shrapnel fragments has been shown to move into neurological tissues, this has not been linked to any adverse effects, and comparisons between veterans with embedded DU fragments and those without have not found any consistent differences. A group of veterans with high levels of uranium in their urine from embedded particles have been monitored for any adverse health effects of these particles dissolving, and no such effects have been identified.

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Post by: TahoeBlue on December 05, 2018, 02:10:43 pm
Will "american" Latins kill  South American Latins?
Mattis: Venezuela?s Maduro a ?Despot? Who Will Ultimately ?Have to Go?

Defense Secretary Jim Mattis recently criticized Venezuela?s socialist President Nicolas Maduro as a ?despot? who will ultimately ?have to go? but indicated the U.S. would not use military force to make it happen.
More than three million Venezuelans have fled the oil-rich country in recent years due to food and medicine shortages, hyperinflation, and violent crime, according to Reuters.
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Post by: TahoeBlue on December 06, 2018, 01:53:31 pm
The Savings and Loan Banking Crisis: George Bush, the CIA, and Organized Crime
The Film Archives


The savings and loan crisis of the 1980s and 1990s (commonly dubbed the S&L crisis) was the failure of about 747 out of the 3,234 savings and loan associations in the United States. About the book

A savings and loan or "thrift" is a financial institution that accepts savings deposits and makes mortgage, car and other personal loans to individual members?a cooperative venture known in the United Kingdom as a Building Society. "As of December 31, 1995, RTC estimated that the total cost for resolving the 747 failed institutions was $87.9 billion." The remainder of the bailout was paid for by charges on savings and loan accounts ? which contributed to the large budget deficits of the early 1990s.
Financial Scams and the Bush Family: The Savings & Loan Scandal, the BCCI, the Mexican Drug Cartel, NAFTA


This article was first published by Global Research in February 2002

The Enron scandal is but the tip of the Iceberg. Fully documented by the US and British media, the Bush family has been implicated in a string of financial scams since the 1980s.

The following text based on a compilation of press excerpts (first published in December 2000 in the wake of the US presidential elections) is self-explanatory.


In the 1980s, George W Bush?s younger brother Neil was involved in the Savings and Loan scam. According to the Los Angeles Times, other members of the Bush family were also involved:
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Neil Bush (Source: Wikipedia)

    ?As a director of the defunct Silverado Savings & Loan in Denver, Neil Bush [brother of George W] was found by federal regulators to have engaged in a conflict of interest by participating in the approval of loans totaling $132 million from the S&L to his own business partners. In 1990, when George W. Bush?s little-known firm, Harken Energy, was awarded a lucrative contract from the Persian Gulf nation of Bahrain, the deal was widely seen as an effort on the part of Bahrain?s royal family to win favor with the White House.

    In 1985, Jeb Bush [brother of George W and Governor of Florida] interceded with officials of the Health and Human Services Department on behalf of Miguel Recarey Jr., the owner of a health-maintenance organization who later fled the country after being charged in what is believed to be the nation?s biggest Medicare scandal. Jeb Bush received $75,000 from Recarey for a business deal that never materialized. Likewise, Prescott Bush [brother of former President George Bush] has been accused of taking advantage of his brother?s sympathetic approach to China to negotiate business deals in that country.? (Los Angeles Times, 10 May 1992)


Michael Levine had confirmed that Carlos Salinas role in the Mexican drug cartel was known to US officials including US Attorney General Edward Meese prior to his inauguration as President of Mexico.

US President George Bush is regularly briefed by officials from the Department of Justice, the CIA and the DEA. In other words, at the time the NAFTA Agreement was signed, both Bush and Mulroney must have been informed that one of signatories of NAFTA had links to the Mexican Drug Cartel.

In 1995 in the wake of the scandal and the arrest of his brother Raul for murder, Carlos Salinas left Mexico to take up residence in Dublin. His alleged links to the Drug Cartel did not prevent him from being appointed to the Board of the Dow Jones Company on Wall Street, a position which he held until 1997:

    Salinas, who left Mexico in March 1995 after his brother, Raul, was charged with masterminding the murder of a political opponent, has served on the company?s board for two years. He was questioned last year in Dublin by a Mexican prosecutor investigating the murder in March 1994 of Luis Donaldo Colosio, who wanted to succeed Salinas as president. A Dow Jones spokesman last week denied that Salinas had been forced out of an election for the new board, which will take place at the company?s annual meeting on April 16? Salinas, who negotiated Mexico?s entry into the free trade agreement with the United States and Canada, was appointed to the board because of his international experience. He was unavailable for comment at his Dublin home last week.? (Sunday Times, London, 30 March 1997).

Washington has consistently denied Carlos Salinas involvement. ?it was his brother Raul?, Carlos Salinas ?did not know?, the American media continues to uphold Salinas as a model statesman, architect of free trade in the Americas and a friend of the Bush family.
George H. Walker Bush: The Bush Family Links to the Mexican Drug Cartel

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Post by: TahoeBlue on December 06, 2018, 02:17:20 pm
Riggs Bank the USA Embassey Bank for 100 years ... too ...

Bandars "1 MIL donation" to the GHWBUSH41 library comes just months after the 9/11 attacks and their flight out of the USA

BAE Systems - bribes - Prince Bandar - 9/11 attacks

There is so much payoff money flying around , but it seems they were funding the "hijacker" part at the very least. They never name the "two hijackers" that received the money. Only how they could have gotten it. The Riggs "Bank" is pretty obvious as a replacement for the CIA BCCI "bank"

December 4, 1999: Saudi Ambassadors Wife Gives Funds that Are Possibly Passed to 9/11 Hijackers

August 27, 2002: Close Relationship Between Saudi Ambassador and Bush Raises Questions Prince Bandar, Saudi ambassador to the US, meets privately for more than an hour with President Bush and National Security Adviser Rice in Crawford, Texas. [Daily Telegraph, 8/28/2002] Press Secretary Ari Fleischer characterizes it as a warm meeting of old friends. Bandar, his wife Princess Haifa, and seven of their eight children stay for lunch. [Fox News, 8/27/2002] Bandar, a long-time friend of the Bush family, donated $1 million to the George W. Bush Presidential Library in College Station, Texas. [Boston Herald, 12/11/2001] This relationship later becomes news when it is learned that Princess Haifa gave between $51,000 and $73,000 to two Saudi families in California who may have financed two of the 9/11 hijackers (see December 4, 1999). [New York Times, 11/23/2002; MSNBC, 11/27/2002]
George H. Walker Bush: The Bush Family and the Mexican Drug Cartel

George H. W. Bush had developed close personal ties with Carlos Salinas de Gortari and his father, Raul Salinas Lozano who, according to the Dallas Morning News (February 27, 1997) was ?a leading figure in narcotics dealings that also involved his son, Raul Salinas de Gortari? 

The following text was published in May 2015 under the title  Jeb Bush, the Mexican Drug Cartel and ?Free Trade?. The Bush Family and Organized Crime
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Post by: TahoeBlue on December 08, 2018, 11:41:15 am
Family of Secrets: The Bush Dynasty, America's Invisible Government, and the Hidden History of the Last Fifty Years
by Russ Baker



How did the deeply flawed George W. Bush ascend to the highest office in the nation, what forces abetted his rise, and-perhaps most important-have those forces really been vanquished by Obama's election?

Award-winning investigative journalist Russ Baker gives us the answers in Family of Secrets, a compelling and startling new take on the Bush dynasty and the shadowy elite that has quietly steered the American republic for the past half century and more.

Baker shows how this network of figures in intelligence, the military, oil, and finance enabled-and in turn benefited handsomely from-the Bushes' perch at the highest levels of government. As Baker reveals, this deeply entrenched elite remains in power regardless of who sits in the Oval Office.

Family of Secrets offers countless disclosures that challenge the conventional accounts of such central events as the JFK assassination and Watergate.

It includes an inside account of George W.'s cynical religious conversion and the untold real background to the disastrous response to Hurricane Katrina. Baker's narrative is gripping, sobering, and deeply sourced. It will change the way we understand not just the Bush years, but a half century of postwar history-and the present.

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Post by: Jacob Law on December 12, 2018, 09:44:01 am

Bush Flee to Paraguay Hideaway