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GHWB Killed JFK & Framed Nixon?

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posted on Dec, 26 2008 @ 08:24 PM
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Russ Baker's new book presents an account of the U.S. government that is both remarkably new and extensively documented. According to this account, George H. W. Bush, the father of the current president, devoted his career to secret intelligence work with the CIA many years before he became the CIA director, and the network of spies and petroleum plutocrats he began working with early on has played a powerful but hidden role in determining the direction of the U.S. government up to the current day.

New research and newly highlighted information assembled by Baker presents at least the strong possibility that Bush was involved in assassinating President Kennedy, and that Bush was involved in staging the Watergate break-in (and the break-in at Dan Ellsberg's psychiatrist's) with the purpose of having these break-ins exposed and the blame placed on President Nixon. ...


Rest of article here

I am curious to see what the gurus of this investigative genre, think of Baker's theory.


[edit on 26-12-2008 by The All Seeing I]



posted on Dec, 26 2008 @ 09:20 PM
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While I have no doubts that GHW Bush was a CIA man from the very beginning of his career, I have a very hard time believing that he was involved in the major conspiracies of the 20th century.

Why would he want to setup Nixon? Nixon was a popular president, until the break in and later coverup. Bush shared most of Nixon's political views and Nixon's foreign policy team was hard to beat. Also, the downfall of Nixon did not result in a change in foreign policy, since Ford retained most of Nixon's cabinet.

The Republicans were friendly to the CIA and many of the CIA executives were Skull and Bones men and Republicans. Contrast that with the openly hostile attitude that the later Carter administration exhibited. The ouster of Nixon resulted in an intelligence dark age, in which the CIA, NSA, and FBI suffered greatly. Why would Bush want that to take place?

In short there is no reason why GHW Bush would have wanted to damage Nixon and even less reason why he would want to take the Republican Party down.



posted on Dec, 26 2008 @ 09:22 PM
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That is one ambitious conspiracy theory right there.

I think there is enough evidence pointing towards JOhnson and a few other folks to make this unlikely.

Not that GHWB didn't use his resources to help, though, but I doubt very much he was the one that had Kennedy offed.



posted on Jan, 1 2009 @ 12:15 AM
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From Baker's jacket bio, looks like the MSM has embraced him in the past.


Award-winning investigative journalist Russ Baker has written for the New Yorker, Vanity Fair, the New York Times, the Nation, the Los Angeles Times, the Washington Post, and Esquire, and served as Columbia Journalism Review contributing editor. Baker’s appearances include NPR, Fox News, and Air America. In 2005, he founded the Real News Project, a nonprofit investigative news organization. His exclusive reporting on George W. Bush’s military record received a 2005 Deadline Club award.


As for the future i doubt the MSM will stay in touch. This review should explain why.


French philosopher Jean Paul Sartre said that "words are loaded pistols." In the hands of Russ Baker, they are hydrogen bombs. On each and every page of his masterpiece, "Family of Secrets," he exploses the myths and lies that powerful forces have perpetratred on the American consciousness. He digs beneath the surface in a form of journalistic archeology to reveal the hidden history of one of America's most powerful families, leaving no stone unturned. Moreover, he names all of his sources and documents the materials he relies on to unmask the hypocrisy behind the myth. From Prescott Bush's ties to Nazi Germany to Poppy Bush's secret role in the Watergate scandal that ousted Richard Nixon, which was, in fact, a "silent coup," to George W. Bush's deceit in launching the war in Iraq, Russ Baker unmasks the truth with a relentless brilliance unmatched by his peers. His publisher, Bloomsberry, is to be congratulated for its confidence in Russ Baker at a time when most publishers are hedging their bets and looking over their shoulders in acts of self-censorship. Baker's revelations about George W. Bush's private life is worth the price of the book alone. Here is Bush, forcing himself on a Danish beauty, stripping to the nude, while getting another girl friend he knocks up an abortion, and then later, as president, opposing abortion and cutting funding for organizations that provide information about birth control. How he managed to get the Danish beauty to go on record, as he does with other key players in Watergate and the Kennedy assassination, is nothing short of astonishing. He traces the true history of Poppy Bush's career, from his early ties to the CIA he pretended never existed while declaring himself "out of the loop," to his strange phone call from Dallas to the FBI on the day of Kennedy's assassination, pointing a finger at a suspect who was in fact totally innocent, to his manipulation of Watergate to get rid of Nixon, is a secret story forced out of the shadows by the powerful documentation by Baker in this tour de force that keeps you turning the pages in asonishment. What he discloses is America's War of the Roses, as powerful families fight to the death for ultimate power. The history of Lee Harvey Osward in the world of wealth, power and intelligence that was Dallas, Texas at the time, is amazing. The anodyne courses in political science and history at American colleges and universities need very much to inject Family of Secrets into the curriculum so that young Americans can be more able to understand what America is truly about as a new president strives to change and reform it. It puts the dots together in a way that makes any further naivety amongst Americans impossible. What he tells us simply cannot be ignored. One can fully expect the Establishment media to go after this book in typical fashion, as they make their usual attempt to cover up what can no longer be denied. Family of Secrets takes to what Cyril Connolly so aptly descibed as the "blood crossroads of literature and politics." After Family of Secrets, neither will ever be the same.



posted on Jan, 1 2009 @ 12:39 AM
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It's known that George H.W Bush was a CIA supervisor of the Anti-Castro Cubans and had close links to E. Howard Hunt. He worked with Hunt and Frank Sturgis in Operation 40 by running a CIA front called Zapata Offshore. He was in contact with one of Oswald's best friends, a CIA-linked Russian man named George de Morenschildt. He also can't remember where he was when Kennedy was assassinated.

It's absolutely provable that George H.W Bush was deeply involved. Watch JFK II.



posted on Jan, 1 2009 @ 12:39 AM
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Originally posted by The All Seeing I
From Baker's jacket bio, looks like the MSM has embraced him in the past.


Award-winning investigative journalist Russ Baker has written for the New Yorker, Vanity Fair, the New York Times, the Nation, the Los Angeles Times, the Washington Post, and Esquire, and served as Columbia Journalism Review contributing editor. Baker’s appearances include NPR, Fox News, and Air America. In 2005, he founded the Real News Project, a nonprofit investigative news organization. His exclusive reporting on George W. Bush’s military record received a 2005 Deadline Club award.


As for the future i doubt the MSM will stay in touch. This review should explain why.


French philosopher Jean Paul Sartre said that "words are loaded pistols." In the hands of Russ Baker, they are hydrogen bombs. On each and every page of his masterpiece, "Family of Secrets," he exploses the myths and lies that powerful forces have perpetratred on the American consciousness. He digs beneath the surface in a form of journalistic archeology to reveal the hidden history of one of America's most powerful families, leaving no stone unturned. Moreover, he names all of his sources and documents the materials he relies on to unmask the hypocrisy behind the myth. From Prescott Bush's ties to Nazi Germany to Poppy Bush's secret role in the Watergate scandal that ousted Richard Nixon, which was, in fact, a "silent coup," to George W. Bush's deceit in launching the war in Iraq, Russ Baker unmasks the truth with a relentless brilliance unmatched by his peers. His publisher, Bloomsberry, is to be congratulated for its confidence in Russ Baker at a time when most publishers are hedging their bets and looking over their shoulders in acts of self-censorship. Baker's revelations about George W. Bush's private life is worth the price of the book alone. Here is Bush, forcing himself on a Danish beauty, stripping to the nude, while getting another girl friend he knocks up an abortion, and then later, as president, opposing abortion and cutting funding for organizations that provide information about birth control. How he managed to get the Danish beauty to go on record, as he does with other key players in Watergate and the Kennedy assassination, is nothing short of astonishing. He traces the true history of Poppy Bush's career, from his early ties to the CIA he pretended never existed while declaring himself "out of the loop," to his strange phone call from Dallas to the FBI on the day of Kennedy's assassination, pointing a finger at a suspect who was in fact totally innocent, to his manipulation of Watergate to get rid of Nixon, is a secret story forced out of the shadows by the powerful documentation by Baker in this tour de force that keeps you turning the pages in asonishment. What he discloses is America's War of the Roses, as powerful families fight to the death for ultimate power. The history of Lee Harvey Osward in the world of wealth, power and intelligence that was Dallas, Texas at the time, is amazing. The anodyne courses in political science and history at American colleges and universities need very much to inject Family of Secrets into the curriculum so that young Americans can be more able to understand what America is truly about as a new president strives to change and reform it. It puts the dots together in a way that makes any further naivety amongst Americans impossible. What he tells us simply cannot be ignored. One can fully expect the Establishment media to go after this book in typical fashion, as they make their usual attempt to cover up what can no longer be denied. Family of Secrets takes to what Cyril Connolly so aptly descibed as the "blood crossroads of literature and politics." After Family of Secrets, neither will ever be the same.

Underground.



posted on Jan, 4 2009 @ 12:04 AM
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Thank you LC for the insightful reference

...here's JFK II for those who are interested.


Google Video Link



posted on Jan, 4 2009 @ 12:22 AM
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I think Bush was surely involved in it in ways, CIA ways. But he was not the mastermind nor near them at that point in his life. The people that called the SHOT (pun intended) had to be the most powerful men in the world if you look at the whole picture the communists, the mob, Castro, the CIA, Johnson, etc etc did NOT ave the power hat was shown in the Warren Commission Report.

Think about it and you will get it!

Edit - OK, whoever did this had to have enough power and connections and information to stop the Warren Commission from putting out a real Report. Think about it, whoever was behind this got Senators and other powerful people to all say a "Magic Bullet" killed the president. You have to have something over every member of the Warren Commission to get them to admit that crap publicly.

Jesuits and above could pull it off, IMO. This would include the Bilderberg type societies, the Club of Rome, and the International Bankers surely were somewhere close...

[edit on 1/4/2009 by theindependentjournal]



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