Bush buys 100,000 acres of land in Paraguay - Disturbing and relevant questions

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posted on Nov, 25 2006 @ 06:44 PM
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I suspect that something big is gonna happen.

Can you say, 'get prepared'?

Very odd behavior for the president of the free world.


It has been reported that George W. Bush has recently purchased a 98,842 acre farm in Northern Paraguay. What on earth does the President of the United States need a 98,000+ acre farm in Northern Paraguay for?

Does Bush plan on being charged with something in the future? Does Bush foresee a collapse of the United States and feels a strong need to have a place to cut and run to, or does Bush just need a nice secret little place other than Gitmo where he can send people he doesn't like?

Why might the president and his family need a 98,840-acre ranch in Paraguay protected by a semi-secret U.S. military base manned by American troops who have been exempted from war-crimes prosecution by the Paraguayan government?

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posted on Nov, 25 2006 @ 07:10 PM
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That is not Bolivia is it? That is Paraguay aren't they different nations?

And this has been covered.. rather well.. and along time ago


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OH and here

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[edit on 11/25/2006 by Rockpuck]

Also, you posted on the thread.....


Originally posted by In nothing we trust

Originally posted by D4rk Kn1ght
And so the race to get a good home outside of the USA has started!


What happened to defending the homeland? Are we not doing that anymore?


[edit on 11/25/2006 by Rockpuck]



posted on Nov, 25 2006 @ 07:14 PM
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Originally posted by Rockpuck
That is not Bolivia is it? That is Paraguay aren't they different nations?


My mistake, Paraguy it is. I think that it is next to Bolivia.



posted on Nov, 25 2006 @ 07:22 PM
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LOL. Yeah it is I think, if not hey, it's at least on the same continent!



posted on Nov, 25 2006 @ 07:26 PM
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Originally posted by Rockpuck
LOL. Yeah it is I think, if not hey, it's at least on the same continent!


Why would the president of the US buy a private ranch in a south American country and build a base for US troops on it?

Nuke the world from airforce one and hideout in Paraquay with a contingent of troops loyal to Bush?



posted on Nov, 25 2006 @ 07:41 PM
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The 3 books Sinister Forces go into great detail about the history of how the USA protected Nazi's from prosecution.



Also, this article may shed some light on this particular US president's decision.


The mystery about the installation of a United States military base in Paraguay begins to clear: The purpose is to drive a wedge into the Mercosur trade bloc and to control the region, objectives that contrast with the passivity of governments that should have reacted long ago.

The diplomatic immunity granted by the Paraguayan parliament to the American troops set off an alarm. Speculation immediately arose that Washington was going to establish a military base in Mariscal Estigarribia, where in the 1980s U.S. technicians built a huge airport with a 3,800-meter landing strip suitable for B-52 bombers, and C-5 Galaxy and C-130 transport planes. The base has housing for 16,000 troops and is barely 200 kilometers [120 miles] from the border with Bolivia.

Despite the denials from Washington and Asuncisn, the objectives of the northern superpower became clear with the passing of months. One of the most remarkable facts, one that showed the operation was part of a "hidden agenda," was the manner in which the Paraguayan parliament's decision to grant immunity to U.S. troops came to light.

On May 26, Congress approved the immunity, but the decision became public in mid-June, when the Argentine daily Clarmn published the news (1). For sure, the news was not made public by the Paraguayan parliament or the Paraguayan media or the media in Brazil (a country that holds major interests in Paraguay.) Something important was beginning to happen and nobody seemed to be concerned.


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Paraguay, the weakest link

Shortly after Rice's tour of the region, a series of events occurred: On May 5, the U.S. arranged for the Paraguayan Congress to approve an increase in the number of U.S. troops. That was done on May 26, under the strictest secrecy.

On June 10, Paraguayan Vice President Luis Castiglioni traveled to Washington, where he met with Vice President Dick Cheney, Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld and the then-Assistant Secretary of State for Hemispheric Affairs, Roger Noriega.

On July 1, the first contingent of 500 U.S. soldiers arrived in Paraguay, and on the 7th of that month, reacting to widespread alarm, the U.S. Embassy in Asuncisn issued a communiqui stating that the U.S. had not intention of establishing a permanent base in the country.

Finally, on Aug. 16, Rumsfeld arrived in Asuncisn for a brief tour that took him also to Peru, another country that's being pressured to grant immunity to U.S. troops.

Meanwhile, the prolonged and crushing political crisis in Brazil (instigated by the United States, according to local journalists (4), has paralyzed Lula's government for the past four months. According to the group Independent Journalists of Brazil (JIBRA, as it is known there), former President Fernando Henrique Cardoso traveled in February to Washington, where he maintains close relations with former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger.

Cardoso sent a message to Bush to the effect that he should be more attentive to the region and avoid the emergence of "new Hugo Chavezes" and, upon returning to Brazil in February, predicted that the country would undergo an institutional crisis. According to members of JIBRA, American Consulate officials have been seen visiting Cardoso's apartment in Sco Paulo.

In July, shortly after the arrival of the first contingent of U.S. troops, the Brazilian Army conducted war games simulating a defense of the strategic hydroelectrical dam at Itaipz.

On June 12, the Senate debated the topic at the insistence of Alvaro Dias of the Social Democratic Party, who said that "through the eyes of Roberto Jefferson [who had created a climate of crisis by charging the government with corruption] we are not paying attention to the situation in Paraguay."

He said more: "All around us, the military presence of the United States is widespread," referring to U.S. military activities in Colombia, Ecuador, Bolivia and Peru. "This is not the first time we feel threatened, particularly under the pretext of combating terrorism that might concentrate in the Triple Frontier, as if it were an extension of Iraq." (5)

At the same meeting, Workers Party senator Jefferson Peres proposed that, just as the Mercosur countries signed a "democratic clause" that states no dictatorship may be part of the bloc, they should also approve "another clause stating that third countries [without naming the U.S.] may not establish permanent bases in any of the member states, without prior consultation and approval of all members" of Mercosur.

Despite the gravity of the topic, however, no other Workers Party senators took any action.

On the other hand, the neoliberal policy of Lula's administration seems to be particularly negative for the other countries in the region, including its closest allies on the Mercosur bloc. In addition to the constant trade clashes between Argentina and Brazil, an analyst says, both countries "have constantly underestimated Paraguay and Uruguay," particularly the former, who would feel "slighted." (6)

In reality, a policy based on free trade contradicts continental unity. Brazil, the only country capable of leading the unity movement, has opted -- unlike Chavez's Venezuela -- to give priority to trade relations with countries that offer large markets to the exportation of its basic products, countries such as China, India, South Africa, the European Union and the United States.

In South America, relations are tinged with a certain economic expansionism ("imperialism"), while a quest is on to reach accords on infrastructure works, such as Bolivia's corridor to the sea, that are to the exclusive benefit of the larger country.



posted on Nov, 26 2006 @ 06:07 AM
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I'm confused about what you are saying here. Has president bush bought this land personally or by saying "bush has bought land" do you mean the US government?

If bush bought this land himself then i highly doubt that hes going to build a military base on there or a gitmo style jail!
Also if its for some covert operation i dont think he would put his name on it.

Of course if its been bought by the government its a different story.



posted on Dec, 16 2007 @ 07:17 AM
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Originally posted by In nothing we trust

Originally posted by Rockpuck
LOL. Yeah it is I think, if not hey, it's at least on the same continent!


Why would the president of the US buy a private ranch in a south American country and build a base for US troops on it?

Nuke the world from airforce one and hideout in Paraquay with a contingent of troops loyal to Bush?


I will tell you EXACTLY WHY! The Master Masons who build the olden gothic cathedrals of europe encoded a hidden message about 2012. The Henday Cross specifically says 2012 will be a world catastrophy, and that Cusco, Peru will be one of the safe places to survive.

This is why in Cusco there are mountain/subterrainian cave cities built, which scholars have no answer for why they would be needed. I'm moving to Peru in 2010 because of this. North America will be devestated by the erruption of Yellowstone National Park's SuperVolcano that is WAY OVER DUE.

God bless.



posted on Jan, 3 2008 @ 07:29 PM
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So... Why didn't Bush buy land there?

And why wait til 2010? You could move early and beat the rush.

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posted on Jan, 3 2008 @ 09:17 PM
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My question is, is there any oil under the property. Maybe he's preparing for his retirement. He probably knows where to look for good investment opportunities.



posted on Jan, 3 2008 @ 09:21 PM
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people with money buy property all over the world every day. so why is this such a big deal?

ive done no research but i think its a save bet to say Bush is not the only us president to have land intrests out side of us borders.



posted on Jan, 3 2008 @ 09:24 PM
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Originally posted by michial
My question is, is there any oil under the property. Maybe he's preparing for his retirement. He probably knows where to look for good investment opportunities.


Bush has the business accumen of a an amoeba. Everything he ever ran went down the tubes.

Personally, I would be gald to see him go off to South America. I hope he never comes back.



posted on Jan, 17 2008 @ 11:51 PM
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Nope not oil,but water!Link



posted on Jan, 18 2008 @ 12:10 AM
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This topic is closer to what I will be diving into on my other post. Feel free to judge, listen, scrutinize and take into your consideration.



posted on Jan, 18 2008 @ 11:42 AM
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Originally posted by no_one817
This topic is closer to what I will be diving into on my other post. Feel free to judge, listen, scrutinize and take into your consideration.


Which thread will this be in? Your "testing 817" thread was closed because it was a considered as a 'string-along'. Shame because you had a lot of people including myself, interested in what you might reveal.



posted on Jan, 18 2008 @ 11:52 AM
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Paraguay has NO extradition for the crimes that Bushie will be accused of. The Bush cabal members are looking for a safe refuge away from the rule of law when their schemes are exposed fully.

Paraguay also is an old hotbed of Nazi history: The Nazis fled there and established ways to hide after WW2, and they are ingrained all the way down there. It is a place where dictators, propped up by US, have killed so many innocents that they cannot be counted. It is a repressive place where the Bushies can enjoy old Nazi chums and be protected from the law.

It is a refuge for the future when the world finds out how guilty the Bushs are oh horrible crimes against humanity, among many others.



posted on Jan, 18 2008 @ 03:27 PM
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I am not upset about the thread being closed. If those are the rules, so be it. It wont stop me from telling you what I know. Ill just post however thelibra person told me.


I dont want this for the little internet abovetopsecret.com fame it will give. The worst of my message is the election of 2008 is going to be postponed. Bush, needs a national emergency sometime this summer. With that, he now has the power to use that as a reason to postpone the election until said emergency is taken care of.



posted on Jan, 19 2008 @ 04:09 AM
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It's so strange that you say that about no elections this year. I have been telling people that for months now. That is why Dubya does not care about anything that is happening right now... he knows that he is going to remain in power.

So please, if you have anything to say that could help prevent what is happening... I would really like to hear it.

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posted on Jan, 19 2008 @ 04:13 AM
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Maybe Bush got a good deal on the land and it is kind of an investment for him? Who really knows, we could speculate it to mean anything.



posted on Jan, 20 2008 @ 02:05 PM
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Please can you start a new thread only this time give us something a bit more than last time. You can let slip about 'something' you feel OK about and we can discuss it's possible implications etc etc. You have my attention.






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