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22 minutes ago, Vince Palamara said:

George H.W. Bush is dead.

A great weight of evil has been lifted off this nation.

GHWB was one of the big paymasters of the Coup.  That was him in Dealey 12:30.  How hard was it for him to get to Tyler using Zeppa's plane?  Less than 90 miles as the bird flies.  Then he's at Kiwanis giving the "sad, sad news."  you bet he knew it well.

Lately, I have thought that when GHWB goes, it will be "all clear" for MSM and the general public to admit the Coup.  Now that the last of Caesar's slayers is finally dead.  We don't have to worry anymore about hurting any of the Murderers' feelings.

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JUST NOW ON CNN: Wolf Blitzer just said "We will probably never know all that George Bush did as CIA Director as all that material is highly classified and will be for many years to come"--!!!!!!

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1 hour ago, Roy Wieselquist said:

A great weight of evil has been lifted off this nation.

GHWB was one of the big paymasters of the Coup.  That was him in Dealey 12:30.  How hard was it for him to get to Tyler using Zeppa's plane?  Less than 90 miles as the bird flies.  Then he's at Kiwanis giving the "sad, sad news."  you bet he knew it well.

Lately, I have thought that when GHWB goes, it will be "all clear" for MSM and the general public to admit the Coup.  Now that the last of Caesar's slayers is finally dead.  We don't have to worry anymore about hurting any of the Murderers' feelings.

That's a disgusting and sickening thing to say. You should hide your head in shame after making such a series of vile, inappropriate, totally unprovable, and incredibly stupid comments concerning former President George H.W. Bush.

Rest in peace, Mr. President. You no longer have to endure the nonsensical rantings of the JFK conspiracy theorists who have desperately tried (sans a single speck of evidence!) to involve you in the murder of the 35th U.S. President.

https://www.cnn.com/2018/12/01/politics/george-h-w-bush-dead/index.html

 

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1 hour ago, Vince Palamara said:

Bush was DVP's #1 suspect, or so I am told LOL

Why are you cracking silly "LOL" jokes immediately after the death of one our ex-Presidents? Doesn't seem very appropriate to me.

As for the crap that many CTers continue to gush forth about Mr. Bush being in Dealey Plaza on 11/22/63....

http://jfk-archives.blogspot.com/2013/07/why-would-they-do-this?

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1 hour ago, Roy Wieselquist said:

A great weight of evil has been lifted off this nation.

GHWB was one of the big paymasters of the Coup.  That was him in Dealey 12:30.  How hard was it for him to get to Tyler using Zeppa's plane?  Less than 90 miles as the bird flies.  Then he's at Kiwanis giving the "sad, sad news."  you bet he knew it well.

Lately, I have thought that when GHWB goes, it will be "all clear" for MSM and the general public to admit the Coup.  Now that the last of Caesar's slayers is finally dead.  We don't have to worry anymore about hurting any of the Murderers' feelings.

All hail Cesar.  The memorialization has begun though it was anticipated and done in advance. 

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/george-hw-bush-41st-president-of-the-united-states-dies-at-94/ar-BBQkkGP?li=BBnb7Kz

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Does anyone believe the story of Ronald Reagan and the magic bullet (oh no, not another one!) fired by John Hinckley, who bought his gun on Elm Street in Dallas? (Boy, somebody had a sense of humor, didn't they?) What did Reagan ever do to anyone to get shot by conspirators soon after taking office? That is, what did he do besides choose as VP a former head of that criminal organization the CIA? Who would naturally, immediately benefit from Reagan’s death but this official criminal, whose family was friends with (wait for it) the Hinckleys? The CIA would have had its man in the Oval Office right then if Reagan hadn’t been too dumb to die.

But this great man Bush couldn’t leave well enough alone. (Whether or not he was involved in the JFK hit too. He said he, unlike everyone else on the planet, couldn’t remember where he was on 11/22/63, he thought "somewhere in Texas," though he must have known where he was that day when he made a long-distance phone call to name a possible suspect in the murder - I wonder if that was to establish the fact that he wasn't in Dallas - and must have known where he was when he then got on a plane and in fact flew to Dallas. And he must have known where he was when he got briefed, on behalf of the CIA for some strange reason, by the FBI on the aftermath of the JFK hit). No, he had to give us George W. Bush, who gave us Cheney and Rumsfeld and their New Pearl Harbor, who gave us the Iraq War and thousands and thousands of deaths, Iraqi and American, and a Middle East power vacuum to be filled by Iran and ISIS. And for what? Why, for good old Corporate America, what else?

Last night I was all ready to hear Dolly Parton sing on Jimmy Fallon’s show (which ordinarily you couldn’t pay me to watch). But no, I had to get hit with a long-prepared NBC Special Report on the death of this great man. Some other time, Dolly.

 

 

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He was a pretty bad guy. Not quite as bad as Cheney, but pretty bad.

What he did as CIA Director in shutting down the Church Committee is just one example.

And its pretty clear that he lied in his interviews about that job since he had been associated with the Agency prior to accepting the position.

What he did as VP down there in Central America is really pretty awful stuff.  There is very little doubt he was involved with the whole Contra drugs for arms shipments out of Florida. Claiming he was out of the loop is contradicted by his own diaries. As VP he broke a tie in the senate and voted for the nutty MX missile.

And let us not forget, he is the guy who pardoned everyone after Lawrence Walsh indicted them for Iran Contra. Which, as the late great Bob Parry discovered,  was really an extension of the October Surprise. Bush was a part of that also.

Carlier and DVP like this guy? 

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2 minutes ago, James DiEugenio said:

He was a pretty bad guy. Not quite as bad as Cheney, but pretty bad.

What he did as CIA Director in shutting down the Church Committee is just one example.

And its pretty clear that he lied in his interviews about that job since he had been associated with the Agency prior to accepting the position.

What he did as VP down there in Central America is really pretty awful stuff.  There is very little doubt he was involved with the whole Contra drugs for arms shipments out of Florida. Claiming he was out of the loop is contradicted by his own diaries. As VP he broke a tie in the senate and voted for the nutty MX missile.

And let us not forget, he is the guy who pardoned everyone after Lawrence Walsh indicted them for Iran Contra. Which, as the late great Bob Parry discovered,  was really an extension of the October Surprise. Bush was a part of that also.

Carlier and DVP like this guy? 

Exactly

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20 minutes ago, Andrew Prutsok said:

And there was his Iran hostage treason. If he did it once why wouldn't he have done it two or even three times or more?

And the cocaine smuggling operation he ran under the guise of "Contra aid" in the 80's.

May this scumbag rot in hell. 

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