George W. Bush

Censorship Prohibits Spreading Truths and Demands Spreading Lies

When U.S. President George W. Bush, on 7 September 2002, said that the IAEA had just come out with a “new report” concluding that Saddam Hussein was only six months away from having a nuclear weapon, and the IAEA three times denied it, the President’s allegation grew into, and became the basis for, America’s ‘justification’ […]

Outrageous Brainwashing Event—Sponsored By Bush Institute and CIA-Backed National Endowment for Democracy (NED)—Deliberately Falsifies History to Inflame American Hatred Against Russia and China

Head of International Republican Institute Dan Twining ridiculously compares Putin-Xi meeting to Ribbentrop-Molotov Pact between Hitler and Stalin, while former Under Secretary of State for Global Affairs accuses Russia of igniting protests in Chile Russia-bashing was in full vogue at a conference at the George W. Bush Institute in Dallas co-hosted by the National Endowment […]

Obama and Bush to present seminars about tackling online “misinformation”

By Christina Maas | Reclaim The Net | November 14, 2022 Former US Presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama are to hold conferences encouraging more online censorship. According to Axios, the conferences by the two former presidents will “highlight rising threats from authoritarianism and disinformation — and how to combat them globally and at home.” […]

The Mirage of Washington Intelligence

Libertarian Institute, October 24, 2022 The Mirage of Washington Intelligence by Jim Bovard | “You can send a man to Congress but you can’t make him think,” quipped comedian Milton Berle in the 1950s. To update Berle for our times: You can spend $60 billion a year on intelligence agencies but you can’t make politicians […]
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Presidential Record Racketeering

Libertarian Institute, August 30, 2022 Presidential Record Racketeering by Jim Bovard  Former President Donald Trump is supposedly one of the biggest scoundrels in American history for allegedly retaining documents from his presidency at his Mar-a-Lago home. Trump denies wrongdoing but the Justice Department is targeting him for violating the Espionage Act and other laws. DOJ […]
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My First Bash on Presidential Records Act (2004)

Yesterday’s New York Post piece on the FBI raid on Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home discussed why the Presidential Records Act was a sham. I have been hitting this theme for almost 20 years.  Here’s my first piece on the topic – an excerpt from my 2004 book The Bush Betrayal (St. Martin’s Press).   This article was […]
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George W. Bush est un criminel de guerre, ne n’oublions jamais

Si George W. Bush n’a pas l’intention d’être jugé pour crimes de guerre, il devrait au moins cesser d’apparaître en public pour s’exprimer sur des guerres injustifiées, comme il l’a fait cette semaine en évoquant accidentellement « l’invasion brutale et totalement injustifiée de l’Irak. » Source : Jacobin Mag, Chip GibbonsTraduit par les lecteurs du […]

Former US President Bush Condemns “brutal invasion of Iraq” in Public Gaffe

WION — While speaking at an event, Former US President George W Bush condemned the full-scale invasion by Russia as “brutal” and “unjustified.” However, he mistakenly said “invasion of Iraq.” In no time, he corrected himself: “I mean, Ukraine.”
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Dictator-in-Chief: The President’s Secret, Unchecked Powers

John & Nisha Whitehead at the Rutherford Institute “Life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness have given way to permanent crisis management: to policing the planet and fighting preventative wars of ideological containment, usually on terrain chosen by, and favorable to, our enemies. Limited government and constitutional accountability have been shouldered aside by the kind …

George W. Bush, Freudian Confessions and Foiled Assassinations

Death, remarked Gore Vidal about Truman Capote’s passing, was a good career move.  The novelist Saki also considered the good qualities of shuffling off the mortal coil.  “Waldo,” he writes in “The Feast of Nemesis”, “is one of those people who would be enormously improved by death.”  But what of those instances when death is […]