Meet the Bushes
"Once you eliminate the impossible, whatever remains, no matter how improbable, must be the truth."Perhaps, you would rather not know. But, in case that you do, here are some facts to chew, on a Sunday afternoon.— Sherlock Holmes in "A Scandal in Bohemia" by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
Ever wonder how [a] graceless, inarticulate [imbecile] like George W. Bush ever became president (and apparently dictator) of the United States?And it explains everything. The death, the destruction, the total disregard for the law - all part and parcel of the way they operate.
Knowing more about the deep history of the Bush Family will shed a lot of light on the subject.
We all know about the election frauds.
Bush Jr. didn't win in 2000 and he certainly didn't win in 2004.
Still, that doesn't answer who put the fix in for him - and why HIM of all people?
One glaring clue might be that his cabinet is made up of people who served in his father's administration.
Speaking of mysteries, George Sr. has a very strange bio when you look closely at it.
Not the brightest bulb on the tree and certainly not the most popular, his main occupation - before becoming Vice President to a senile Ronald Reagan - was losing local elections.
Yet somehow he always landed on his feet and finally in the White House.
One of the biggest Bush Sr. mysteries was his appointment as Director of the CIA in 1976 by Gerald Ford (a member of the Warren Commission by the way.)
What was THAT all about?
Historically, Directors are figures from the military, the intelligence world, or at least branches of the military-intelligence complex like the Atomic Energy Commission.
George Sr. claimed he was just an plain old oil man from Texas...but maybe there's more to the story?
A busy guy.
- Iran Contra...trading drugs for guns. A lot of fingers point to Bush as the architect of that operation.
- The October Surprise...providing the Iranian mullahs with arms in exchange for NOT releasing US hostages until after the 1980 election. Bush Sr. has been fingered on that one too.
- The S&L Scandal...Bush Sr. was VP when an addled Ronald Reagan signed the bill that catastrophically deregulated the savings and loan industry. Lots of Bush's close friends made out very well on that, including his son Neil. None of them went to jail. Few even had legal trouble.
And it appears he was a lot busier than a lot of us ever imagined.
Talk about hiding in plain sight...
[It's] the story of the Bush family and their closest friends.
Fasten your seat belts. It goes very deep.