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War and Terror: Saddam's Defense: Summon Bush Sr. to the Stand
It was primarily Reagan and Bush who "encouraged" Iraq's merciless war against Iran. That's obvious, although many Americans -- the same Americans who cannot tell the difference between Saddam and Osama -- are clueless.
Rumsfeld shakes hands with Saddam.
The Barreling Bushes
Four generations of the dynasty have chased profits through cozy ties with Mideast leaders, spinning webs of conflicts of interest. It's crucial that Americans come to understand how four generations of the current president's family have embroiled the United States in the Middle East through CIA connections, arms shipments, rogue banks, inherited war policies and personal financial links.
Kevin Phillips' new book, "American Dynasty: Aristocracy, Fortune and the Politics of Deceit in the House of Bush,"
Bush Family Whitewashing in Iraq and Nazi Germany
Bush's grandfather, Prescott Bush, and Prescott's father-in-law, George Herbert Walker, helped finance the rise of the Nazi Party through their intimate entanglements with Nazi industrial, shipping and banking interests. This long (and well-documented) collaboration continued even after America was at war with Nazi Germany.
The Bush Family "Oiligarchy"
The news media has made note of the curious ties between the oil business and three of the four major party candidates for president and vice president: George W. Bush, Richard Cheney and, to a lesser extent, Al Gore. In one column, David Ignatius referred to “the bizarre prospect of a presidential campaign in which three of the four candidates” have ties to oil. WP, July 30, 2000
Stealing Home
George W. Bush loves baseball. And why not? After all, baseball has been very good to the governor. When it comes to power, the governor is a true triple-threat. Consider his record: (1) His initial baseball investment of $600,000 carries the current potential of a 2,500 percent return. (2) Through savvy P.R. and political maneuvering, he and his partners have persuaded a city and the state to directly subsidize a facility for their business. (3) Not content with taxpayer subsidies, he and his fellow owners have also successfully used the power of government to take land from other private citizens so it could be used for their own private purposes.
The Legacy of Robbing elections
Ronald Reagan, in 1979, sent George Bush, Richard Allen, and Donald Greg to two meetings, one in Paris France and one in Washington DC, to insure Carter was not re-elected. They negotiated with Manchari Gorbanifar (Iranian arms dealer), Bani Sadr (president of Iran and political puppet of the Kohmeni regime), Albert Hakim (arms dealer), and Hashem (diplomat of the Iranian government). Reagan's team promised that the US federal government would sell over one billion US dollars in American weapons to Iran if Iran would not release the American hostages until after the 1980 presidential election.
Insider Deals Catch Up with Bush
One of Bush’s fishiest moves as a businessman who failed upward in the oil industry occurred in 1990, when Bush was on the board of directors and the audit committee of Dallas-based Harken Energy.
Pipelineistan, Part 1: The rules of the game
War against terrorism? Not really. Reminder: it's all about oil. A quick look at the map is all it takes. It's no coincidence that the map of terror in the Middle East and Central Asia is practically interchangeable with the map of oil.
Pipelineistan, Part 2: The games nations play
Two months ago, the White House was deliriously happy with the official opening of the first new pipeline of the Caspian Pipeline Consortium - a joint venture including Russia, Kazakhstan, Oman, ChevronTexaco, ExxonMobil and a bunch of other minor players.
Reagan legacy lingers in Afghanistan, Pakistan
The state of Afghanistan has actually been destroyed, and the blame for it lies, to an indeterminate extent, on Reagan's thoughtless but enthusiastic support of the Afghan jihad throughout the 1980s.
Biographies of Some of the Major Players
World Focus: Who, and what, is behind America's recurrent drive to war?
Defending his government's decision to invade Iraq on entirely spurious grounds, US Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld declared, "I know in my heart and brain that America ain't what's wrong in the world."
War isn't an aberration, the policy of hawks and neo-conservatives in power. And the reason why is war is good for business.
“The Crazies Are Back”:
Bush Sr.’s CIA Briefer Recalls How the First Bush Administration Referred to Wolfowitz, Rumsfeld and Cheney
The same people that were there during the Reagan-Bush years and even before, the Wolfowitzes the Rumsfelds, Cheneys were there then. What was George Bush Sr.'s view of these people then? ‘The crazies.’
Analysis: The Sunshine Warrior
Background Of Paul Wolfowitz
US: a bigger stick - and no longer speaking softly
The US seems more imperial than ever before.To supporters, this move heralds a "benevolent global hegemony," To critics, it's a new kind of empire, the likes of which have never been seen before.
Saddam Hussein and U.S. Ambassador Glaspie-1990
U.S. Ambassador Glaspie -"We have no opinion on your Arab - Arab conflicts, such as your dispute with Kuwait. Secretary (of State James) Baker has directed me to emphasize the instruction, first given to Iraq in the 1960's, that the Kuwait issue is not associated with America." (Saddam smiles)
War and Terror: Saddam's Defense: Summon Bush Sr. to the Stand
It was primarily Reagan and Bush who "encouraged" Iraq's merciless war against Iran. That's obvious, although many Americans -- the same Americans who cannot tell the difference between Saddam and Osama -- are clueless.
Rumsfeld shakes hands with Saddam.
Defense bleatings?-Ambassador Glaspie-1990
Ask Arab interlocutors, again off the record, why the U.S. would have wanted Saddam to take over Kuwait? The answers are usually variations on the same theme: As a pretext to bring America's full military power into the Gulf to establish a protectorate over its vast oil resources
Bush planned Iraq 'regime change' before becoming President
A SECRET blueprint for US global domination uncovered by the Sunday Herald, for the creation of a 'global Pax Americana' was drawn up for Dick Cheney (now vice- president), Donald Rumsfeld (defence secretary), Paul Wolfowitz (Rumsfeld's deputy), George W Bush's younger brother Jeb and Lewis Libby (Cheney's chief of staff). The document, entitled Rebuilding America's Defences: Strategies, Forces And Resources For A New Century, was written in September 2000 by the neo-conservative think-tank Project for the New American Century (PNAC).
Spying and Speeches
Unlikely as it sounds, there's a bit more to be said about the famous 16 words in President Bush's State of the Union address. The more you know about the 16 words, the more you realize how murky the intelligence business is.
Masters of Deceit
Convicted felons responsible for thousands of deaths are calling the shots at the White House
Bush's Favorite Terrorist Buddy &
Carlyle Group (Bush, Sr. Etc) Profits Increasing From Afghan War

Meet the brazen Al-Arian family of Tampa, Fla. During a campaign speech in Tampa last year, candidate Bush singled his son Abdullah, out in the crowd, Bush and wife Laura posed for pictures with the Arian family,The problem is, Dr. Al-Arian is the U.S. frontman for one of the largest terrorist-group coalitions in the world, Islamic Jihad.

The Orwellian Olsens

In Bushworld It's their reality. We just live and die in it. In Bushworld, you get to strut around like a tough military guy and paint your rival as a chicken hawk, even though he's the one who won medals in combat and was praised by his superior officers for fulfilling all his obligations.

An Administration That Thinks and Acts As a Child
Whether the administration is talking about medical care or tax cuts, homeland security or social welfare, energy or the environment, democracy (in Florida, California, Iraq or the West Bank) or the separation of church and state, or the liberty of citizens and the rights of prisoners under the Constitution, the approach has been arrogant, self-important, unempathic, careless of the future and ethically primitive.
The Photographic History of the Bush Administration Putting Its Mouth Where Its Money Isn’t
A chronology of Bush saying one thing then doing another
We Finally Got Our Frankenstein... and He Was In a Spider Hole! -- by Michael Moore
America used to like Saddam. We LOVED Saddam. We funded him. We armed him. We helped him gas Iranian troops.
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