George Bush: The Unauthorized Biography, Part 1

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Executive Intelligence Review, 1992 - Biography & Autobiography - 659 pages
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George Bush is the "Emperor of the New World Order" and a mystery man. By intensive research, Webster Tarpley and Anton Chaitkin have broken through his wall of silence. Here are the details frightening, gory, hilarious the background and life of the President. How the Bush family made its money promoting Adolf Hitler and the Nazi war machine. Jupiter Island, Skull and Bones, and other bases of power. The 'war hero' story. George Bush and the secret government: from global population control, to Zapata's Watergate burglars, to Iran-Contra. Kissinger, China, and genocide in the Third World. Bush's Leveraged Buyout Mob, or the theft of a nation. Breaks the code of silence which Anglo-American finance oligarchs impose on their conduct of world affairs. A must read as long as these private forces dominate both Republican and Democratic parties and a vivid X-ray of the dynasty that occupies the highest seat of power in the nation.

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