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George Bush Center For Intelligence

In 1999, the headquarters of The Central Intelligence Agency of The United States of America in Langley, Virginia was officially re-named "The George Bush Center For Intelligence."
"I perform G-d's work.
I decide who lives and who dies.
Is that not G-d's work?"

-Rudolf Hess, Commandant of Auschwitz-Birkenau


The CIA headqaurters compound where men who make decisions just like the decisions Hess made has been officially re-named after one of the greatest fascists and war criminals in the history of humankind, George Herbert Walker Bush.

The headquarters of The Central Intelligence Agency of The United States of America in Langley, Virginia has been officially re-named "The George Bush Center For Intelligence."

Previously, CIA Headqaurters had been simply called "Langley."

George Herbert Walker Bush and his wife Barbara attended a ceremony to re-name this insane asylum full of deranged psychopaths who spend their time figuring out how to make life into a living hell for millions of people around the world with your tax dollars.

Visit the link below and then click on:

"The George Bush Center for Intelligence"

homepage: homepage: http://www.cia.gov/cia/publications/facttell/index.html
address: address: http://www.indymedia.org/front.php3?article_id=45847&group=webcast

hm 24.Jun.2003 14:54

heimdallr

"There's a town in Mississippi called Freedom. There's a department in Washington called Justice."

-Martin Luther King, Jr.

What an OxyMoron 24.Jun.2003 18:52

MartyZBear

"George Bush Center for Intelligence"........now there's an OxyMoron!

US LOGIC 29.Sep.2003 16:10

JJTHEBARN(EUROPE) JJ.THEBARN@PANDORA.BE

I came on your site researching the `sanity of Bush' as a non sensational, serious project to involve profesional psychiatric analysis and hopefully publication to respected world bodies including the UN. Reading some of your visitors' comments I was mindful of 2 comments made by Paul Bremner on the BBC Panaroma programme yesterday - the full programme, including Bremner interviews is available on the BBC Panarama Website.

Bremner `The Iraq liberation was achieved with fewer civilian casualties than any war in history' and later - ` We don't count civilian deaths, only US soldiers'

I hope to publish results on the question during US 2004 election year.
I will continue to monitor your site and c. 150 other SERIOUS sites on the subject and advise you of results.

Thank you.

JJTHEBARN

Rudolf Hess 03.Nov.2003 10:58

Scott

Rudolf Hess was not head of any concetration camp.
He was a Nazi party offical, but not a commandant.