Bush Family Fortunes

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George W. Bush is only the latest and most famous part of the Bush family. He, as well as his father could call themselves “President of the United States of America“. But their history goes far further back. The family has been big in the finance and oil business and always knew how to influence political systems so that they act in their favour. The bush family has a long tradition of telling the public one thing and acting differently in secret. They know how to manipulate people in order to make themselves more powerful – and they have a lot of power! More about the Bush family and their hidden secrets like their connections to islamic countries, the Bin Laden family are shown in this documentary film

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  • Chinada

    This is a mockumentary film that should not be in the Biography section but under the Conspiracy section. Instead of talking about his life, it was a film made up by a left leaning bunch of whiny, jealous losers.

    “Lasting peace is gained as justice and democracy advance,” the former U.S. President declared. “By advancing freedom in the greater Middle East, we help end a cycle of dictatorship and radicalism that brings millions of people to misery and brings danger to our own people … In an arc of reform from Morocco to Jordan to Qatar, we are seeing elections and new protections for women and the stirrings of political pluralism. Many governments are realizing that theocracy and dictatorship do not lead to national greatness; they end in national ruin.”

    “We must shake off decades of failed policy in the Middle East,” he added. “In the past, [we] have been willing to make a bargain to tolerate oppression for the sake of stability. Long-standing ties often led us to overlook the faults of local elites. Yet this bargain did not bring stability or make us safe. It merely bought time while problems festered and ideologies of violence took hold … No longer should we think tyranny is benign because it is temporarily convenient. Tyranny is never benign to its victims and our great democracies should oppose tyranny wherever it is found.”

    • JC

      troll

    • humanist

      Ask most middle-easterners and they will tell you that the US involvement that region is not bringing in any freedom.  They sell a dream then as soon as they can they rape and pillage a countries natural resources by privatizing businesses and robbing them of their wealth.  You talk of stability. Stability for who? The citizens of these nations or the elitists who control their economic destiny of their nation as well as our own.  Leave the Middle-East alone.  All the failed policies that you talk about are usually put into a place us.  Including Saddam Hussein and Osama Bin Laden.  Tyranny is the exact description of how the United States along with its affiliates such as the World Bank and the IMF run the world.  Stop letting them sell you this dream of spreading democracy throughout the world and step back to see what we are really doing,  Catch phrases such as “spreading democracy”, “globalization”, and “terrorism” are just used to put in place a power structure that controls the natural resources and funnels the money to a few elitists abroad and helps destroy any hope of rebuilding a nation. How are they to rebuild if we have their wealth.  But according to you we are only there to help them out and spread democracy.  If we were really a moral country standing up for the rights of the people, we would support Venezuela and Hugo Chavez.  Or we could have stopped the genocide in Rwanda.  Don’t be part of the society brainwashed by the media.  Do some independent research and you will find that any time we invade a country it is in order to keep the global power structure intact.  If we were really a country that cared about global welfare we would not use over 60% (Some estimates have it as high as 80-90%)  of the worlds resources.  Everything we do is in order to sustain our power and dominance.  If we wanted to spread democracy and really wanted to make the world a better place, there are many other steps that can be taken.  Why must we always go to war?  Because war is about maintaining control and dominance over a society.  We must always have the upper hand at the bargaining table in order to make the results fit our need for power.  Without that we would never have been able to create the successful country we have today.  Nothing is done out of care for anybody bout ourselves, so don’t try to lie to yourself and rationalize anything by telling yourself that we are going to war to help them out by spreading democracy.  Look deep inside yourself and see what any war was or currently is really about.  We also helped the Native Americans out by “civilizing” them, and helping them “find God” and look where it lead their peoples.  We tell things to ourselves to make us fell better about what is really going on.  Rationalization is a very slippery slope to tread on and is always fallacious. I hope by commenting I have not offended you in any way and instead motivates you to do some more independent investigation.  If tyranny is what we are trying to stay away from why do we put people like General Pinochet, one of the worst tyrannical leaders any nation has ever seen in power in Chile?  Why wasn’t Saddam taken out during the first gulf war?  How come we don’t have a problem with how the oppressive government of Saudi Arabian government is to non-Muslims and lower class women?  How come we dont go to war with them to spread democracy.  And if we were really the well wishers you take us to be, then how come we still have not done anything in North Korea where there are documented cases of cannibalism due to their conditions.  It is simply because Saudi Arabia is helping us to create wealth so we turn a blind eye.  It is because North Korea has no natural resources we are interested in.  If North Korea was sitting on a large amount of oil you think we would let them be.  No chance.  Its all about economic interests, and power.  NOT DEMOCRACY!!!!

    • jackal

      I agree to humanist comments and I recommend that you read your own book “confessions of economic hitman” by John Perkins. This book will hopefully answer any doubt you have to the comments of humanist. This will also answer the question why America was attacked on Sept. 11, 2001 and why Muslims hate your country so much. Read it and do some change in your country before non-muslim do something to your country

  • Sireal

    “Reality is what you can get away with” George and his family know this. Doesn’t make him/them any less spoiled insane shitheads that gutted America….and America let them do it???

  • Gary V

    A superb doc. It is refreshing to see that there are a few Americans who can see Bush for the clown that he really is, my 6 year old daughter has got more intelligence & could have done a better job than him.

  • Gary V

    A superb doc. It is refreshing to see that there are a few Americans who can see Bush for the clown that he really is, my 6 year old daughter has got more intelligence & could have done a better job than him.

  • Gary V

    A superb doc. It is refreshing to see that there are a few Americans who can see Bush for the clown that he really is, my 6 year old daughter has got more intelligence & could have done a better job than him.

  • Anonymous

    EVERY ONE KNOWS THEY MADE A CU DE TAT SO WHAT IS NEW THE WHOLLE GOVERMENT IS CROOKED ROME ENDED JUAS LIKE THAT IKE DID SAID BEWARE OF THE MILITARY INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX ALL THOSE ELEMENTS ARE IN POWER BY WY OF EX AND CURRENT GOVERMENT ELECTED OR APPOINTED EMPLOYEES SHME ON THE CONGRESS AND THE SUPREME COURT FUNNY THEY DID NOT MENTION THE TREASON HIS GRND FATHER COMMITTED AS HITLERS BANKER BUTT THE FRUIT DOES NOT FALL FAR FROM THE TREE LIKE GRAMPS LIKE DAD LIKE SEED.

  • L

    It is a good documentary, but it is anti-bush. I agree with most of the stuff put forward in this documentary, but the narrator seems like he’s totally anti-bush

  • trekkie626

    This is the most ridiculous documentary I have ever seen. The host is just so over the top that he’s unbelievable.