Saturday, July 01, 2006

Merging Church, State and Mafia - the Bush League

The Mafia, CIA and George Bush

Pete Brewton
(New York: S.P.I. Books, 1992)

Something very significant happened during our country's savings-and-loan crisis, the greatest financial disaster since the Great Depression. It happened quietly, secretly, without any fanfare and attention. It happened before our very eyes, yet we knew it not.

The President's Daily Briefing (PDB) of August 6, 2001 is entitled "Bin Laden Plans to Attack America." Therein the plot is explained as one that involves the use of aircraft.

What is the difference between Mugabe land reform and Bush's devastation of New Orleans?

Goon, after incompetent goon is put in place with one prerequisite, - they will support Bush - over country, over God and certainly over you and me.

For unlike Watergate and Iran-Contra, this was a bipartisan scandal. There was no opposition party to push for an independent investigation. In fact, the same group of wealthy, powerful businessmen, centered in Houston, that encircle Republicans like George Bush and James A. Baker III, also encircle Democrats like Jim Wright and Lloyd Bentsen.

The evidence uncovered is clear, convincing, and compelling: Members and associates of the Mafia and the United States Central Intelligence Agency were key participants in our nation's savings-and-loan debacle, and some of the richest, most powerful people in the country did business with these participants and profited from the S&L crisis.

That members of the Mafia and the CIA, two organizations that operate in secrecy and whose members take sacred oaths -- one supposedly dedicated to national security, the other simply to their organizations' security -- may have been working together is not unprecedented in this country. But that fact doesn't make their cooperation any less outrageous.

It seems church and state is not the only thing merged in a Bush government.


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