Saturday, December 1, 2018

Reaction to the Death of George H.W. Bush

     George H.W. Bush, the 41st president of the United States, passed away on November 30th, 2018. I wrote the following as a response to his death, and as a reaction to the media's fond remembrance of him (too fond, if you ask me):

     I was pleased to discover recently that in the 1980 Republican presidential debate, Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush both expressed pro-immigration sentiments. But while it's true that George H.W. Bush was more pro-immigration than Donald Trump is - and more pro-immigration than most Republicans today - that fact alone doesn't make him a good person.
     Bush led the C.I.A. before becoming president, for a year in 1976-1977. He was president during the Noriega fiasco in Panama (in which both the U.S. and U.S.S.R. funded Noriega), and during the Gulf War (the 1991 war in the Persian Gulf, to defend Kuwait from Saddam Hussein).
     Bush started sanctions of Iraq that eventually resulted in the starvation deaths of half a million people (with the assistance of Bill Clinton and Madeline Albright, who continued them). Some politicians today, namely Rand Paul, say that Iraq was better off under Saddam Hussein than it was under and after American occupation. I believe that is an accurate assessment.

     Not only did Bush get America involved in foreign conflicts unnecessarily, he may have covertly killed several beloved public figures. Bush may have been in Dallas on the day JFK was killed. A George Bush worked at the CIA at that time, but Bush Sr. claims that it wasn't him. Some believe Bush had a very direct role in planning and executing Kennedy's death.
     In addition to Kennedy's death, Bush was probably involved in the Reagan assassination attempt. Bush arguably had the most to gain from an assassination of Reagan. Not only that, but the Bushes were friends with Reagan's shooter's brother and father. The father was John Hinckley, Sr., head of Vanderbilt Steel.
     Additionally, Bush's C.I.A. might have even hired John Lennon's shooter (Mark David Chapman, a former Marine stationed in Arkansas and Indochina) and paid the doorman at the Dakota building that night (a Cuban dissident named Jose Perdomo).

     Perhaps most worrisome of all, Bush was a member of a Skull and Bones lodge, the Yale secret society that has roots in the 17th century opium and slave trades. He reputedly received a nickname from Skull and Bones for being its most sexually experienced member.

     And who could forget, Bush Sr's father Prescott Bush managed the American accounts of Fritz Thyssen, the steel and rubber magnate whose slave labor camps eventually became death camps.
     Prescott Bush fed, clothed, and sheltered his whole family with the money that the U.S. government let him keep after Brown Brothers Harriman was convicted of violating the Trading with the Enemy Act by trading with Nazi affiliated companies.
     The whole Bush family are Nazi war profiteers, including George H.W. Bush, George W. Bush, Jeb Bush, and the rest of them. The family might not have survived if it weren't for the U.S. government allowing them to keep their Nazi war profits.

     George H.W. Bush spent his last moments telling his son George W. Bush that he loved him. Anyone who loves George W. Bush - who continued his father's war, which led to the deaths of millions more, and the birth of mutated babies due to depleted uranium use in Fallujah - is not worth admiring.
     Not only am I glad that Bush is dead, he is one of a small group of people whose eventual deaths I can honestly say I've been cheerfully anticipating for several years. No amount of charity, friendship with Democrats, or love of his own family or love of people from Mexico, could convince me that he is worthy of admiration or even fond remembrances.
     Good riddance.


     For an explanation of my claims about Bush's possible involvement in the deaths of John F. Kennedy and John Lennon, and the shooting of Ronald Reagan, please read my March 2012 article "Bush Family, World Vision Behind JFK, Lennon, Reagan Shootings" at the following address:

    To read about Prescott Bush's link to Nazi war profiteers, read the following article from the Guardian:

     Click this link to watch Bush and Reagan discuss immigration:

Second Post-Script:

     I would have also wished to mention Bush's involvement in the C.I.A.'s funneling of drugs into inner cities, his role in covering-up and ignoring the H.I.V./A.I.D.S. crisis, the "Highway of Death" during the Persian Gulf War, and Bush's possible involvement in the trafficking of prostitutes and the Franklin cover-up.
     It would have been difficult to name all of Bush's major crimes against humanity on the first try. I regret neglecting to mention them, and I encourage my readers to do their own research about those topics.

Reaction, Introduction, and Post-Script Written on December 1st, 2018
Second Post-Script Written and Published on December 4th, 2018
Edited on December 1st, 2018
Originally Published on December 1st, 2018