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The Bush Family and their 50 Year War Against the USA

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The Enemies Within
The Bush Family and their 50 Year War Against the USA

The CIA called him the Ice Pick, because of the cruel callousness with which he meted out tragedies for his enemies and any hapless innocents who got in their way.   The general US public knows him as "Poppy Bush" -- that smiling and occasionally elderly weeping shell of a man whose son has finished the job many feel he was to begin in his second term.   It's a commonly held opinion that Bush the Elder was somehow a more benevolent President.  If he was, it was an accident of history.  

Truly, in one way or another, the Bush family has ruled this country like an unseen monarchy since 1980.  Before that, they were strongly represented among the ruling class.   It's commonly accepted that Ronald Reagan -- probably already suffering from early Alzheimer's disease when he was elected -- was merely a puppet for his then-Vice President, George the Elder.  

I think it entirely plausible that George Sr. was behind the attempted assassination of Ronald Reagan.  I mean, really, what are the chances that Reagan's assassin just happened to be the son of Bush's old friend?

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Had Reagan died, their whole takeover timeline would have moved up.  As he didn't, George "won" re-election on the coattails of the first cartoon President and Poppy Bush emerged supreme.  

It makes me wonder why Bush Sr. suddenly became so ill in his later years of the Presidency.  He was a comparatively young President, at the time, and yet he was stricken with one ailment after another, threatening to unleash upon us what would surely have been the USA's (then) dumbest President, Dan Quayle ... a man so stupid he couldn't spell as well as a 5th grader.

Was Quayle to be the first attempt on our democracy, just in time for the right-wing forces in the EU to emerge triumphant as a single nation state?  It makes me wonder.   He'd have come to the fore through no folly of our own -- just an accident of being Bush's VP if the President himself were too ill to continue in office.

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Certainly, to have Quayle rush us into another Iraq conflict and a head-to-head contest with Iran, would have set-up a very similar situation to the one we have now.  And as Bush Sr. had such deep contacts in Iran prior to Jimmy Carter's loss to Reagan, one can imagine many of the pieces might have been put in place early on.

But some of the pieces may have been put in place even earlier than that.

Shall we do away with idiotic reservations about Royalty's compulsion to murder their opponents?  They have done so for ages.   I feel John F. Kennedy and his brother Robert were both murdered by elements of the same cabal that then brought Nixon into power, setting up Watergate, to say nothing of sinking our country into the worst morass of CIA misdeeds ever carried out by a single nation.   All this, at the behest of the Bush family.   When you look at all the names surrounding Watergate, the CIA involvement in murder and espionage, and the present administration, you see the same names cropping up:  Bush, Cheney, Rumsfeld.  Nixon was amongst them until his death.  

We must ask ourselves for whom has this been good?  Who stood most to gain from the post-JFK attack on our government (under the guise of  Reagan wanting "small government"), our educational system (to dumb us down), our media via mass corporate buy-ups?  Arabs?  Hardly.  Jews?  Please!  Aristocrats, my friends ... aristocrats -- European and American aristocrats have always hated the USA because of the sense it belongs to its people.  We've done many good things, we've accomplished much, we are in possession of vast resources which are ours by right of our forefathers' sacrifices.  How else to bring us down like the common trash we are?

Bush.  That's the only name you need to know -- Bush.  The same Bush family who are strongly allied with the UK Tory government and its most staunch right-wing.  You may remember our country's history with Tories.

King George the younger's swagger and smirk say it all.   This C student, this wash-out at everything he has ever tried,  this trust fund barnacle and unashamed beneficiary of nepotism, knows he's better than we are in the eyes of these people.  He is merely displaying his primate tendencies, but he can ignore that because he doesn't believe in that silly evolution stuff.

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We have only to look into the connections between these "neoconservatives" and their international brothers to see the face of the enemy shaping up.  PNAC in the US, the Henry Jackson Society in the UK, Ambrose Evans-Pritchard whose one-man campaign against Bill Clinton certainly seemed oddly-timed, and others.  

During the Civil War, our enemies sought to put pressure on the US fault line by splitting up the north and south and, what do you know, we now have a very similar situation.

My European friends have much to be proud of in their own cultures.  I share those cultures.  My ancestral homeland is Great Britain (except for the 1/4 of me that belongs to the Cherokee).  My heart is and will always be with the people of Europe and the government of Europe that serves those people, but just as we have a solid US aristocracy plotting against the populace, they have one as well.  

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