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DrDebug Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Jun-15-06 04:26 AM
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11. It's all about GOD
Guns, Oil and Drugs.

  • Afghanistan: Guns (check), Oil (pipeline check), Drugs (check)
  • Iraq: Guns (check), Oil (check), Drugs (finally check. Rotten Saddam!)

    Since for some unknown coincidence I wrote "enormous destabilizing effect of Poppy." I couldn't help to look up a document which sadly remained a fantasy :(

    Can we get a second chance with Jr?


    The following is adapted from a draft indictment of George Bush prepared by former DEA agent Celerino Castillo and the editors of Executive Intelligence Review. All the evidence contained in this draft indictment has been thoroughly documented. Most of it has been taken either from the Kerry Report of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, or the Final Report on Iran-Contra.






    Racketeering 18 USC 1961et seq. Conspiracy to Import Narcotics 21 USC 952 & 963 Continuing Criminal Enterprise 21 USC 848 Conspiracy To Obstruct Justice 18 USC 1503 Conspiracy To Obstruct Congress 18 USC 1505


    1. At all times relevant to this Indictment, there existed an Enterprise, within the meaning of Title 18, USC, Section 1961 (4), that is, a group of individuals associated in fact which utilized the official positions of defendant GEORGE HERBERT WALKER BUSH in the Government of the United States of American to facilitate the transfer, importation, and distribution of large quantities of illegal narcotics within the United States.


    5. On Jan. 28, 1982, Bush was put in charge of the South Florida Task Force on drugs.


    Venice is on the northern edge of South Florida. So is there more information about that?

    George Bush: The Unauthorized Biography
    Chapter 20: The Phony War on Drugs
    by Webster G. Tarpley & Anton Chaitkin

    Tout le monde me prend pour un homme de bien; Mais la vrit pure est que je ne vaux rien.
    Moliere, Le Tartuffe


    Indeed, Bush has an impressive resume of bureaucratic titles to back up his claim to be America's top anti-drug fighter. On January 28, 1982, Reagan created the South Florida Task Force under Bush's high-profile leadership to coordinate the efforts of the various federal agencies to stem the tide of narcotics into Bush's old family bailiwick.


    Bush's war on drugs was a rhetorical and public relations success for a time. On February 16, 1982, in a speech on his own turf in Miami, Florida, Bush promised to use sophisticated military aircraft to track the airplanes used by smugglers. Several days later, Bush ordered the US Navy to send in its E2C surveillance aircraft for this purpose. If these were not available in sufficient numbers, said Bush, he was determined to bring in the larger and more sophisticated AWACS early warning aircraft to do the job. But Bush's skills as an interagency expediter left something to be desired: by May, two of the four E2C aircraft that originally had been in Florida were transferred out of the state. By June, airborne surveillance time was running a mere 40 hours per month, not the 360 hours promised by Bush, prompting Rep. Glenn English to call hearings on this topic. By October, 1982 the General Accounting Office issued an opinion in which it found "it is doubtful whether the task force can have any substantial long-term impact on drug availability."
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