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The Attempted Coup D'Etat Of March 30, 1981
by Webster G. Tarpley and Anton Chaitkin


The Attempted Assassination Of
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The Neil Bush
and Scott Hinckley Dinner Connection

Hinckley:
Hit Man For The Shadow Government?

Iraq and The Boys
Who Cried "Wolf"
by Wayne Grytting

The Nixon-Bush Connection To The Kennedy Assassination by Paul Kangas

Poppy Bush The FBI And The JFK Assassination

Poppy Bush
Nov. 22 and 29 1963

Bush-Nazi
Link Confirmed
by John Buchanan

Bush-Nazi Dealings Continued Until 1951

by John Buchanan


The Bush Family Funded Hitler

Chickenhawks
The New Hampshire Gazette

None Dare Call
It Treason

by Vincent Bugliosi


Bush Family in 1990's

Bush's Favorite
Terrorist Buddy


George W. Bush
Terrorist In The
White House


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"Poppy"
George Herbert Walker Bush




"To occupy Iraq would instantly shatter our coalition,
turning the whole Arab world against us
and make a broken tyrant into a latter-day hero
... assigning young soldiers to a fruitless hunt
for a securely entrenched dictator
and condemning them to fight
in what would be an un-winnable urban guerilla war.
It could only plunge that part of the world
into even greater instability."

A World Transformed (1998)
George Herbert Walker Bush




In The News
 

"What We Say, Goes!"
How Bush Sr. Sold The Bombing Of Iraq

 
by Mitchel Cohen, December 28, 2002

"The U.S. Has A New Credibility. What We Say Goes."
President George Bush, NBC Nightly News, Feb. 2, 1991

In October, 1990, a 15-year-old Kuwaiti girl, identified only as Nayirah, appeared in Washington before the House of
Representatives' Human Rights Caucus. She testified that Iraqi soldiers who had invaded Kuwait on August 2nd tore hundreds of babies from hospital incubators and killed them.

Television flashed her testimony around the world. It electrified opposition to Iraq's president, Saddam Hussein, who was now portrayed by U.S. president George Bush not only as "the Butcher of Baghdad" but -- so much for old friends -- "a tyrant worse than Hitler."

How Bush Sr. Sold The Bombing Of Iraq Continued

This Time I'm Scared
US Propaganda Fuelled The First Gulf War.
It Will Fuel This One Too - And The Risks Are Even Greater