Sunday, August 14, 2005

How The Bush Dynasty Screwed Up The World: Key Points

With a simple Google Search you'll see it's true...

1. Prescott Bush helped fund the Nazi's rise to power.

2. Prescott Bush helped recruit Nazi SS Officers to found the CIA.

3. Prescott Bush got his son George a job at the CIA.

4. George Bush Sr. helped run the failed "Bay of Pigs" invasion.

5. George Bush Sr. helped kill JFK before he could abolish the CIA.

6. George Bush Sr. helped with CIA coups, drug-running, etc., etc.

7. George Bush Sr. became VP and ran the White House in the 1980's.

8. George Bush Sr. saw record military-intelligence spending as VP.

9. George Bush Jr. starts wars, repeals The Constitution, etc., etc.

10. George Bush Sr. helps The Carlyle Group make billions of dollars.

If you look carefully, you'll see The Bush Dynasty profiting incredibly from unprecedented ties to organizations like the Nazi's, CIA and U.S. Military for over 50 years - plus their affiliates, including holding the most power in the latter two for several years.

Despite what we've been told, the world has become a worse place:

3 billion live on less than $2 per day; there were wars throughout the 20th Century in Africa, Central America, South America, Asia... and the 21st Century's looking worse; several CIA coups against democratically elected leaders installed dictators; the massive growth, influence, power and budgets of several U.S. intelligence agencies (the CIA's not even the biggest) and of those in other countries where the CIA set them up; massive and continuously increasing arms spending since World War II and the forming of the United Nations and IMF; media consolidation lead by the Reagan Administration with Bush Sr. as VP, helping hide or use for fear-mongering the growth of crack, AIDS, homelessness and many other ills that made the 1980's worse than the 1970's for the world as whole; the massive growth in total worldwide wealth actually put more people in poverty as a percentage than ever before in history.

So, while we have a lot of wonderful entrepreneurship, with all these wars we can clearly see that the leadership of the world has been lacking for the last 50 years or so - they're supposed to keep those from happening. We've seen who's been intimately involved in world leadership at the highest levels for the last 50 years, and once they're really in the public eye their intentions get a little more shine...

Bush Raises Option of Using Force against Iran


Saturday 13 August 2005

Crawford, Texas - President Bush said he could consider using force as a last resort to press Iran to give up its nuclear program.

But German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder, one of the most prominent European opponents of the US-led war on Iraq, told an election rally on Saturday the threat of force was not acceptable.

In what appeared to be a reference to Bush's remarks that "all options are on the table," Schroeder told the crowd in his home city of Hanover:

" ... let's take the military option off the table. We have seen it doesn't work."



Sometimes it all seems like nonsense, but here's a thought courtesy of Alex Jones:

Why does the government persist in telling us the Blackbird XR-71 Stealth Fighter (seen in the X-Men movies!) built in the 1962, is STILL the fastest plane in the world?

The space program shows humans can clearly withstand faster speeds, and even the 100 meter-race gets a new world record every 5 years...


BONUS: Intelligence is key...

From: FAS

The Federation of American Scientists is a nonprofit, tax-exempt, 501c3 organization founded in 1945 as the Federation of Atomic Scientists. Our founders were members of the Manhattan Project, creators of the atom bomb and deeply concerned about the implications of its use for the future of humankind. FAS is the oldest organization dedicated to ending the worldwide arms race and avoiding the use of nuclear weapons for any purpose.

US Intelligence and Security Agencies

This resource is an index of United States intelligence and security agencies. In addition to the fourteen agencies which provide positive strategic foreign intelligence under the National Foreign Intelligence Program, it also includes selected tactical military intelligence and security organizations, as well as those responsible for security responses to transnational threats, to include terrorism, cyber warfare and computer security, covert employment of weapons of mass destruction, narcotics trafficking, and international organized crime. It is not complete!

National - United States Intelligence Community

National Intelligence Council [NIC]
Counterintelligence Center [CIC]
DCI Center for Security Evaluation [CSE]
DCI Crime and Narcotics Center [CNC]
DCI Counterterrorist Center (CTC)
DCI National Virtual Translation Center [NVTC]
DCI Weapons Intelligence, Nonproliferation, and Arms Control Center [WINPAC]
DCI Special Security Center
National Counterintelligence Executive [NCIX]
Terrorist Threat Integration Center [TTIC]

Central Intelligence Agency

National Security Agency

National Reconnaissance Office

National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (formerly NIMA)

Defense Intelligence Agency

Federal Bureau of Investigation

Other Defense Department

Assistant to the Secretary for Intelligence Oversight

Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence
Under Secretary of Defense for Policy

Assistant Secretary of Defense for Networks and Information Integration

Defense Information Systems Agency

Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency

Defense Protective Service

Defense Security Service

US Special Operations Command

Army Deputy Chief of Staff for Intelligence
Intelligence and Security Command

Office of Naval Intelligence
Naval Security Group Command
Naval Criminal Investigative Service

Marine Corps

Air Force
Air Force Technical Applications Center
Air Intelligence Agency

Other Federal Agencies

National Security Council
President's Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board
Office of National Drug Control Policy

Department of Homeland Security
Information Analysis and Infrastructure Protection

Energy Department
Office of Intelligence

Justice Department
Justice Intelligence Coordinating Council
OIG - Office of the Inspector General
OIPR - Office of Intelligence Policy and Review
DEA - Drug Enforcement Administration
NDIC - National Drug Intelligence Center
USNCB - U.S. National Central Bureau
ATF - Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives

State Department
INR - Bureau of Intelligence & Research
INL - Bureau for International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs
CT - Counterterrorism Office
DS - Bureau of Diplomatic Security

Treasury Department
Office of Intelligence Support
Office of the Under Secretary (Enforcement)
FINCEN - Financial Crimes Enforcement
FLETC - Federal Law Enforcement Training Center

National Archives and Records Administration
Information Security Oversight Office



"People" are saying this...

I think we all play the same game of being cautious with what we say and to whom, but for anyone to deny that "people" are saying this, good people, people who work hard and care about the country, and people who've had a lot of people look at their work and endorse it strikes me as silly...

I feel sad when I see so many on both sides copy the hardest-core Bush acolytes by having closed minds to anything but their established positions, and on the most extreme end you'll find:

"Of course Saddam was involved in 9/11! Of course we found WMD's - that's why we're in Iraq! And Guantanamo is a tropical paradise - I heard Dick Cheney say it myself!"

If they decide to have an open mind eventually people find out the truth, and so far for me it keeps getting worse the more I find out - which explains the general feeling of malaise. If you want to put a cap on what you learn, fine, you're succumbing to peer pressures of the world we live in to ignore any unofficial evidence.

It's unfortunate because there is so much more to know about the Bush Administration than is revealed, and even The New York Times recently ran their main editorial decrying the Bush Administration "classifying documents at a rate of 125 per minute" - including most of his fathers legally public Presidential records.

So it's hard to find stuff out and just getting harder, and I'm willing to listen to the good people willing to try...

Peace, (NOW!!!)



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I'd still take Kerry...

To wit:

Bush is famously beholden to his "base", a rabid corporate-Christian cocktail of greed and anger that fuels his policies.

Kerry would've had a "base" that put him in, and while "the system" would fight like hell at least the country's mindset would be to listen to the winning side - and we'd move closer to ripping corruption out of the system. We got really lazy under Clinton-prosperity, after this brush with Bush I think we'd have tried a little harder.

So, that's how I feel we could've chipped away at the system and can in '06 and '08, as for your comment I'll quote you in response:

"Lasting progress will only be made by changing people's minds."

I totally agree, so we've got to convince people that the 50% of New Yorkers in a Zogby Poll (Sep 04) who believe the government had some prior knowledge of 9/11 are not all idiots; and the "people" doing the research that fuels this growing discussion are acting heroically to help the country, and to educate the mob of blind disdain that's calling them "crazy".

We all know we have questions, and yet labels have destroyed our faith in people and closed our minds. It's time we respect what each of us has to offer until we know for sure to disrespect it.

Peace, (NOW!!!)


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Keep up the good work »

7:30 PM  

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