The bust of George H.W. Bush
by the entrance to the Senate chamber
in the Capitol building.
Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call
The Media Won't Tell
celebrates his legacy,
they won't be telling you about
the crimes and corruption of
George HW Bush...
Shortly after his birth, the family moved to Connecticut where he
began his formal education at Greenwich Country Day School. At the
age of eighteen, Bush joined the U.S. Navy.
On August 1, 1944 his unit launched an operation against the Japanese in the Bonin Islands. On September 2, 1944, Bush's aircraft was downed leading to the death of eight Navy airmen, leaving Bush as the lone survivor.
The episode later became known as the Chichijima incident and led to the future president being hailed as a war hero.
Three years later, Bush was elected to the US House of
Representatives, marking the beginning of a meteoric rise which
resulted in him being named director of the Central Intelligence
Agency in 1976.
In his book, 'Family of Secrets: The Bush Dynasty, America's Invisible Government, and the Hidden History of the Last Fifty Years', Baker revealed the relationship between Bush and former President Richard Nixon.
A relationship, the author asserts, that
eventually led to the Watergate scandal and Nixon's resignation.
Although Bush claimed
he wasn't aware of Noriega's illicit activities until 1988, the
CIA's involvement in Latin America would eventually end in a
national controversy during the Reagan administration, in what
became known as the
As reported by MuckRock,
Four years after serving as the director of the CIA, George H.W. Bush was elected Vice President of the United States.
Serving under former
President Ronald Reagan, Bush kept a low profile and avoided making
any key policy decisions or criticisms of the Reagan administration,
but attended a large number of ceremonies and public events.
Within his first year in office Bush's approval ratings began to slip due to his inability to deal with Manuel Noriega, the Panamanian leader he previously aided while serving as head of the CIA.
Bush responded by deciding to invade Panama, and on December 20,1989 he deployed 25,000 troops to the tiny nation. Bush justified the invasion - code named operation just cause - on the grounds of national security.
The president mislead the
claiming Noriega had threatened the US, a claim which
turned out to be untrue. After two weeks the conflict ended,
resulting in the deaths of twenty American soldiers and as many as
On August 2, 1990 Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein began an invasion of nearby Kuwait.
However, Nayirah was
later discovered to be the daughter of a U.S. ambassador, who was
being coaxed by military psychological operations specialists.
In the book General Bowen
details the Government's alleged role in covering up Bush's role in
the assassination of John F. Kennedy.
At least five more women have accused Bush of sexual assault, including an unnamed Michigan woman who came forward claiming the former president groped her in 1992 at a campaign event.
Actress Heather Lind
stated, in a now deleted Instagram post, that Bush groped her
during a photo-op in 2014.
How surreal would that be...?
How weird would it feel
to have all that death and destruction go either unmentioned or
outright praised in discussing your acquaintance who perpetrated it...?
No, that sort of treatment is a privilege that is reserved only for the elites who rule over us.
I don't care if you started a charity, if you gave a graduation speech, or if you loved your wife very much.
If you committed war crimes, knowingly targeted civilian shelters, and deliberately targeted a nation's civilian infrastructure to gain a strategic advantage after the conclusion of a war based on lies, then you are a mass murderer who may have also done some other far less significant things during the rest of your time on this planet.
That is who you are.
When you murder someone, you willfully overpower their will for themselves and take everything away from them, without any possibility of their getting any of it back.
This doesn't stop being true if someone happens to be sitting in an office which empowers him to murder people without fear of consequences. If you murder one person, then what you are for the rest of your life, first and foremost, is a murderer, because murder is such a hugely significant crime.
If you murder a large
number of people, then what you are is a mass murderer.
Any discussion of the man's life which does not put this single defining legacy front and center by a very wide margin is being dishonest about the thing that murder is, and is doing so out of fealty to a corrupt power structure which enables consequence-free murder on a mass scale as long as it happens in accordance with the will of that power structure.
And of course I am aware that I am courting controversy by saying immediately after someone's death that the world is better off without them, and hostile reactions necessarily come along with that.
But I also think it says so much about people's deification of these child-killing elites that simply being glad to see them leave this world, peacefully of old age and in their own homes, is seen as such an unforgivable offense that it deserves nothing short of death.
I suppose that's how high of a pedestal you need to place someone on above the ordinary people in order to see their acts of mass murder as insignificant little foibles instead of horrific atrocities which define their entire personhood.
In the eyes of the thoroughly propagandized public, they
are gods, as the nonstop fawning beatification of Poppy Bush makes
When they order the extermination of large numbers of human lives for no legitimate reason, they are as guilty as you or I would be if we murdered each and every one of those people ourselves, personally.
And if you or I had done
such a thing during our lives, we both know people wouldn't be
spending their time after we die talking about how delightful and
charming we were.
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