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10 Points Why the Right Should Reject Bush

are they unable to see the devil staring right at them?
Why the Right Should Reject Bush


a. troops report being given substandard equipment and lack of equipment when that is given;
b. troops are being used as governmental guinea-pigs in untested vaccines—vaccines sales enrich Bush Family;
c. Bush Senior did the same in Gulf War I: he personally made money off untested vaccines forcibly given to troops which left many troops incapacitated or dead—though Bush was richer. How many times is the Right going to be fooled by the Bush family?
d. Lied about the threat to the USA from Saddam: Bush attacks Iraq, killing gullible US troops, simply to enrich himself and his friends in oil contracts.
e. In short, he is murdering you, and you are asking for more? How gullible are you? Do you like being this gullible? Do you enjoy being lied to? Do you enjoy being manipulated?


a. political advisors for two generations have read Machiavelli's The Prince as the key to winning political power. This book recommends you lie to people to get power, particularly lying about a totally fictive religious background. The book recommends you use impious imposturing to gain gullible supporters.
b. Bush family are drug dealers. The Bush family has been the main drug dealing family of the United States for 30 or more years, through its CIA connections. Read book Dark Alliance.
c. Bush family and immoral Clinton family are good friends. Hillary Clinton, with George H. W. Bush, supplied illegal armaments to Iraq in the 1980s through Bush connected corporation LaFarge. Bill Clinton protected and sponsored Bush Senior's illegal CIA cocaine-for-armaments drop off stations. The main airports for this illegal Bush family operation were Arkansas, when Clinton was Governor of that state. Bush family and Clinton families are the same group of drug traders and cover up artists for over 30 years.
d. In 1989, George H. W. Bush and his son are pedophiles. George H. W. Bush was president when the story broke about pedophile 'call boys' being escorted through the White House in special midnight tours. [ The Washington Times] George W. Bush has been involved in similar shenanigans. Cathy O'Brien, ex-CIA, can vouch for George H. W. Bush being a pedophile. Her daughter was Bush's regular victim. [find her book Tranceformation of America and DeCamp's book The Franklin Cover-Up.]
e. Both George H. W. Bush and his son George W. Bush are Luciferians. They are members of the Yale University secret society club, known as 'Skull and Bones.' It's more official name is the "Brotherhood of Death" or "The Order," a male homosexual anti-Christian occult worshipping group that infests high politics in the United States. Skull and Bones, or the Brotherhood of Death, is Luciferian in its outlook. By the way John Kerry is Luciferian as well and a member of Skull and Bones.
f. George W. Bush had his cocaine possession charge stripped off his record. [ book: Fortunate Son ]. Other people serve jail time for this of course.
g. The Bush family has Mafia connections [find book: The Mafia, CIA, and George Bush ]. They looted your local savings and loans businesses in the 1980s.
h. Despite all the pandering about opposition to homosexual marriages, Bush and his father, as part of Skull and Bones initiation, were required to commit sodomy with their Skull and Bones 'brothers.' This was done in a coffin. And involved nude mud wrestling. According to Sherman Skolnick, he still regularly meets with his 'butt-buddy' from "Bones," Knoxville Mayor Victor Ashe. Even Social Security members—who you would think had seen it all—have quit over Bush/Ashe open homoerotic behavior: they are tired of covering up and protecting them. They are disgusted. [www.skolnicksreport.com]. And see (d) above.


a. According to Republican Presidential "9-11 Truth" Candidate, John Loftus, George W. Bush's grandfather was the #1 American Nazi money launderer in WWII. He has the Library of Congress documentation. This was Prescott Bush, who was arrested under the Trading with the Enemy Act in 1941 and his assets were seized. Bush comes from a Nazi sympathizing Wall Street family. Look up his campaign, John Loftus '04, on the web and find out more. If you want to vote Republican and hate Bush because he is a parasitical liar, vote Loftus.
b. Bush Senior was appointed Representative for the United Nations, in 1970, by Rockefeller supported candidate Richard Nixon. Bush Senior went to China to organize some of the Chinese opium trades to the US.
c. Bush Senior was responsible for bringing in WWII European Nazi's into the "ethnic wing" of the US's Republican Party. Literal ex-Nazis were standing on the platform with Bush Senior in 1988 as he was being sworn "to protect the Constitution" in 1988. Yeah, right...
d. For 50 years, Bush Senior's CIA connections have supported the destruction of democracies and republics and ushered in military coups, secret governments, and state terror in other countries. Is the US next?
e. Is the Bush military stand down during the 9-11 attacks our American "Reichstag Fire" (which ushered Hitler to power in Germany)?
f. Bush has supported and passed both "Patriot I" and (in little pieces "Patriot II." Bush has removed your Bill of Rights, setting up further federal tyranny for the future against you. There is nothing more unpatriotic than this legislation, which should be repealed. Plus, it is unconstitutional.
g. According to the respected Burke's Peerage (the official British record of aristocratic weddings and lineages), the Bush family is related to English Royalty—the relations go all the way back to King Edward III in the 1300s. Tall lanky Edward III even looks like the gaunt George H. W. Bush. Edward III started pre-emptive wars without any cause, helping to bankrupt England in that period. The Bush family is a total globalist parasite on our body politic—and it has been on other states in the past.


a. George W. Bush has come out as being pro gun-control. So was his father.


a. George W. Bush oversaw biggest expansion of federal government in history, consolidating over 30 separate departments and adding more federal bureaucracy and federal budgets.
b. He still wants to remove one of the last bastions of republican government protections, the 'posse commutatus' protections (which means keeping federal military out of local police work).
c. Destroyed the Bill of Rights he swore to protect.


a. To fund his federal supremacy agenda, he has indebted the United States more than his father did.
b. Furthermore, he wants to take away your children's and parents Social Security (or your social security!) to fund his friend's corporations.
c. Takes taxes away... from the super rich... while actually expanding them for the working poor and the middle class. YOU pay for Bush's high life. Take the rich off federal welfare, like Bush.


a. George H. W. Bush claims to be a WWII flying ace who had to bail out once his plane caught fire over the Pacific Ocean. Actually according to other WWII pilots in the area, there was nothing in the way of danger, pilot Bush Senior only panicked and bailed out without cause, leaving his crew in the plane to die when it crashed into the water. Bush Senior however was saved and later ghostwritten books were made to talk about his 'patriotism.' Bush Senior only went into the Navy in the first place because his father was taking heat about being unpatriotic and supporting the Nazis during WWII. Bush Senior's father funneled money to support the German Reich. (see 3a)
b. And Bush Senior's son is carrying on the tradition... of lying that is. George W. Bush is actually AWOL from the Air National Guard. Plus to get into the Guard he scored a 26 out of 100 on the entrance test, he was still put ahead of other's more capable because of his family connections.
c. There has been lots of flack out there about a fake 'military president' who actually comes from a East Coast New England banker family and a coward's family, whose eldest son went AWOL, and whose grandfather money laundered and profited in WWII supporting the Nazis. That means the Bush family profited on killing US troops.
d. Bush's 1970s AWOL from the Guard was likely the result of novel 1970s tests the Air Force started requiring of all pilots during Bush's training: these tests were blood sample based drug tests. (see 2f)
e. The only rationale for Bush's family liking to go to war is that they make money when soldiers die--unimportant whose soldiers they use for the operation. They are for three generations complete amoral war profiteers in WWI, WWII, Gulf War, and Gulf War II. [ Kevin Phillip's _American Dynasty_ ]


a. Bush claims he has an undergraduate degree from Yale University. However, Bush actually failed the entrance examination, and was only pulled in on his father's connections.
b. Bush's claim to fame at Yale was that he was a male cheerleader.


a. Can you guess why?


a. Kerry covered up for Bush family crimes in the past, like keeping under wraps their BCCI 'terrorist bank' connections in the 1980s to the Bush family, which slightly is coming out in
the recent book _House of Bush, House of Saud_.
Conservative 22.Apr.2004 23:25

Teddy Ruxpin

I am a conservative. I have always been one. Bush is NOT a conservative, he is something else, something scary.

As a conservative member of our voting republic, I will vote for Kerry, who also is no conservative. He is, however, closer to being a conservative than mister "I like to write $5,000,0000,0000,000 in hot checks" Bush. That is a lot of zeros.

So, Indymedia folks, will you welcome a conservative, old, military verteran, lousy typist, technophobe to your ranks? I would like to join you.

welcome! 22.Apr.2004 23:52


there are all kinds here concerned that these assholes have little national loyalties. This list should be planted on lots of right-wing lists to snap them out of it! Anyone have the heart (or stomach) to do it?


Teddy -- 23.Apr.2004 04:12


I'm a stranger here myself. Somehow I doubt that you are what *I* would call a conservative. I'd be interested in hearing your definition of the term.

Definitions of terms seem to get lost here -- left-right is equated too often with Democrat-Republican or liberal-conservative. Or maybe I did too much philosophy long ago: "Well, first we must define our terms..."

Kerry should simply stand up, at every stump speech, and say: "The President of the United States is a stupid little man. A stupid... little... man." Get the audience chanting that phrase, then sit down.

Nothing more would be necessary. Because it's irrefutably true.

Living tradition is the life-blood of conservatism, but what has happened to it? 23.Apr.2004 11:44

politics as possible

Some famous conservative -- I forget who -- said, "When goods cross borders, soldiers will." Such things used to be understood by conservatives. The very idea of conservatism --- "if it ain't broke, don't fix it" --- has been lost since all conservative principles were sold out by Bob Dole signing on to the Clinton-negotiated NAFTA and GATT "agreements." The slogan of the neocons is "If it ain't broke, BREAK it!" Another thing about the true conservatives was that they valued personal honor over party loyalty. Thus, Barry Goldwater's rude awakening to Richard Nixon when Nixon was sounding Goldwater on the question of impeachment over Watergate; Goldwater famously said, "Frankly, Mr. President, I'm leaning that way myself." Shortly thereafter, Nixon resigned. But there are few if any such conservatives left in the Republican Party leadership or among Republican office-holders.

A problem is that -- now that the Republican Party National Committee (with the help of their paid agent, Pat Buchanan) has destroyed the Reform Party -- where can a true conservative go, once disabused of illusions about the Republican Party? Possibly to Nader, who is attempting the delicate balancing act of appealing to the marginal Right and the marginal Left at the same time. Alternatively, Kerry's move toward the "center" will probably be somewhat successful in attracting their votes. (At least, that's the strategy.)

But an underlying and greater problem remains in that there is no longer a two-party system as it once functioned to stabilize and protect a kind of popular liberal-moderate-conservative consensus and there is also no longer any commonly understood consensual reality or tradition. To a great extent, this situation has been fostered over many years by two converging forces: (A) the ersatz conservatism (really neo-liberalism) that can be seen at its best in the pages of Buckley's NATIONAL REVIEW and at its most ridiculous in the "it's all the fault of the 'liberals', you know" preaching of Rush Limbaugh; AND, (B) the so-called "Christian Right." The objective of those who have managed this paradigm shift away from the old liberal-conservative "mainstream" has been to destroy the center -- in what really must be seen as a "post-modern" or "de-constructionist" phenomenon. Conservatism instinctively moves toward a center, wanting to perpetuate what has been worked out over time and by many generations rather than rely on any theoretical system (be it Marxist or Libertarian) to lead the way to some promised social paradise: when the center has been systematically destroyed, true conservatives are lost in a wilderness without a compass.

Tradition is the life-blood of conservatism. But any attempt at "tradition" today must be trumped up and sustained on a kind of life-support system of corporate media and GOP spin --- and the result is a paper-thin ersatz jingo-ism at best. Thus we have the paper tiger of SuperAmerica, complete with runaway corruption undermining the U.S. troops in Iraq while the Republican House leadership uses its enlarged leadership powers to kill Senator Leahy's proposed "War Profiteering Act". Whither the true conservative in such a landscape? Probably, given sufficient assets and independence, to Canada --- following the Tory exodus in the post-Revolutionary War period.

PAP -- 23.Apr.2004 11:56


Excellent analysis. Thanks.

some context 24.Apr.2004 02:39


here is an excellent article on how the right-wing corporate-funded network behind today's Bush-Rove campaign has been built over the past 30 years, and also helped to shape "neo-conservatism" in the post-Watergate era.

The Apparat: George W. Bush's back-door political machine
by Jerry M. Landay


(check out the Portland IMC link for some good comments on the reposted article, too)

Media Transparency - The Money Behind The Media