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FTR #249 Bush-Whacked: More About the Political Heritage of George W.

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1. With George W. Bush run­ning for Pres­i­dent, this broad­cast sets forth more about the polit­i­cal her­itage of Bush and the Bush fam­i­ly. The dis­cus­sion begins with analy­sis of two of George H.W. Bush’s fel­low “bones­men” — fel­low mem­bers of the elite Skull and Bones soci­ety at Yale. (George W. and his father and grand­fa­ther were mem­bers of Skull and Bones.) Howard Weaver and Samuel Sloan Walk­er Jr. both worked with Allen Dulles’ “Free­dom Fight­ers [3]” pro­gram. (The Secret War Against the Jews: How West­ern Espi­onage Betrayed the Jew­ish Peo­ple, by John Lof­tus and Mark Aarons; St. Mar­t­in’s Press; copy­right 1994; ISBN 0–312-11057‑X; pp. 592–3.)

2. Lof­tus and Aarons sug­gest that George Bush’s intro­duc­tion into the intel­li­gence com­mu­ni­ty may have tak­en place as a result of his asso­ci­a­tion with intel­li­gence-con­nect­ed “bones­men” like Weaver and Sloan Walk­er Jr. (In RFA-37 and FTR-244, the net­work­ing among Prescott Bush Sr., Allen Dulles, their mutu­al friend and Skull and Bones mem­ber Hen­ry Neil Mal­lon and George H.W. Bush was dis­cussed at some length. Antho­ny Kim­mery opines that Bush’s intro­duc­tion to the intel­li­gence com­mu­ni­ty took place through this con­nec­tion.) It should be not­ed that Bush was deeply involved with the “fas­cist free­dom fight­ers” net­work. (Idem.)

3. The pro­gram dis­cuss­es some of the mythol­o­gy about, and sub­stance of, the Skull and Bones soci­ety. (The New York Observ­er; 3/27/2000; pp. 15–16.)

4. The dis­cus­sion touch­es on the occult ori­gins of the group’s ini­ti­a­tion rit­u­als, some of the influ­en­tial men who had belonged to the group, the group’s on-going con­tacts with the elder George, and a cir­cu­lar let­ter instruct­ing “bones­men” to avoid dis­cus­sion of the group (pre­sum­ably because of the can­di­da­cy of George W. (Idem.)

5. The dis­cus­sion then high­lights alle­ga­tions that Prescott Bush (Sr.) helped to rob Geron­i­mo’s grave, as well as relat­ed charges that the Apache war­rior’s remains were then tak­en back to the “Tomb” (the insid­er’s nick­name for the Skull and Bones head­quar­ters.) (The San Fran­cis­co Exam­in­er; 8/31/2000; p. A‑23.)

6. An inves­ti­ga­tion into the charges by lead­ers of the San Car­los Apach­es in Ari­zona lends cred­i­bil­i­ty to the charges. (Idem.)

7. Next, the pro­gram airs charges by a for­mer Repub­li­can mem­ber of the Nebras­ka state leg­is­la­ture that key mem­bers of the Repub­li­can Par­ty were deeply involved in orga­nized child molesta­tion. (The Franklin Cov­er-Up: Child Abuse, Satanism, and Mur­der in Nebras­ka; AWT Inc.; copy­right 1992.)

8. A num­ber of wit­ness­es to these alleged activ­i­ties con­tend that George H.W. Bush was present at par­ties where the atroc­i­ties were com­mit­ted, and that Bush may have had knowl­edge of the goings-on. (Ibid., pp. 175–177.)

9. Sim­i­lar alle­ga­tions sur­faced in con­nec­tion with Covenant House, a house for orphaned boys. (The Franklin Cov­er-Up; pp. 178–181.)

10. Covenant House has been very active in Cen­tral Amer­i­ca, and has received strong sup­port from, among oth­ers, Prescott Bush, Jr. (Idem.)

11. The wheels of pow­er appear to have turned in order to pro­tect Father Rit­ter, the founder of Covenant House. (Idem.) The alle­ga­tions in The Franklin Cov­er-Up were uncov­ered as a result of an inves­ti­ga­tion into the col­lapse of one of the finan­cial insti­tu­tions loot­ed in the sav­ings and loan scan­dal.

12. The name of George W’s broth­er Neil also sur­faced in con­nec­tion with the S & L scan­dal. Neil Bush approved many of the bad loans that col­lapsed Den­ver’s Sil­ver­a­do Sav­ings and Loan. (The Hous­ton Post, 2/4/1990.) (It should be not­ed that George H.W. Bush chaired the task force that craft­ed the “reforms” under which the loot­ing of the S & L’s took place. It should also be not­ed that Neil Bush’s name also fig­ures in the sce­nario sur­round­ing the shoot­ing of Pres­i­dent Reagan–see FTR-244.)

13. Neil Bush’s name also sur­faced in con­nec­tion with the Sun-Flo case in Col­orado. (“Deal­er’s Choice: A Col­orado Inven­tion Was Sup­posed to End World Hunger, but Instead Left Investors High and Dry” by Bryan Abas; West­word; 7/13–19/1988.)

14. Bush’s name was used to help raise mon­ey for a dehy­dra­tion device designed to pre­serve pro­duce in Third World areas. (Idem.)

15. It appears that the enter­prise was a scam to raise mon­ey for cocaine traf­fick­ing, pos­si­bly in con­nec­tion with the Con­tra sup­port effort in Cen­tral Amer­i­ca. (Idem.)

16. Neil and W’s broth­er Jeb (cur­rent­ly gov­er­nor of Flori­da) also assist­ed with the pros­e­cu­tion of the Con­tra War in Nicaragua. Jeb Bush served as his father’s liai­son to the anti-Cas­tro Cuban com­mu­ni­ty in Flori­da. (“The Fam­i­ly That Preys Togeth­er” by Jack Cal­houn; Covert Action Infor­ma­tion Bul­letin #41; Sum­mer 1992.)

17. The anti-Cas­tro Cubans were deeply involved in the Con­tra sup­port effort. Through this same con­nec­tion Jeb Bush also main­tained con­tacts with fig­ures from the Flori­da under­world milieu. (Idem.) (Record­ed on 9/17/2000.)