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Okay, on that last one I blew up a bit early

05/08/2012

If you note the authors addendum, this whole confusion was from Bush 41 time-frame.

Author’s addendum, Feb. 17, 2012: This is not a new issue. In fact the Bush and Clinton administrations are directly at fault for the same inaction. A maritime agreement negotiated by the U.S. State Department set the Russian boundary on the other side of the disputed islands, but no treaty has ratified this action. Consequently, it is within the president’s power to stop this giveaway. The Alaska delegation’s failure to put pressure on the administration is inexplicable. State Department Watch, an organization that assisted with this article, has confronted each administration and is currently confronting the Obama administration — and has been met by silence. I’m hoping this piece will help reinvigorate efforts to stop this handover.

This in no way excuses inaction, but it does place fault appropriately. And it reminds me of that speech by 41 about the “NWO”.

2 Comments
  1. upaces88 permalink
    05/08/2012 17:46

    Yep! I knew it!
    Now Old George backs Romney…that should tell people something!
    http://www.exposeobama.com/2012/03/28/george-h-w-bush-to-formally-back-romney/

  2. upaces88 permalink
    05/08/2012 17:50

    Please rad the entire article:

    Bin Laden and the Bush Family had been in the Oil Business together “after” Bush helped him defend off Russia when they attacked.

    Money connections between Bush Republicans and Osama bin Laden go way back and the political and economic connections have remained unbroken for 20 years. And what appears to be a “new” alliance with Pakistan is merely a new manifestation of a decades-long partnership in the heroin trade.
    Conveniently ignored in all of the press coverage since the tragic events of Sept. 11 is the fact that on May 17 Secretary of State Colin Powell announced a gift of $43 million to the Taliban as a purported reward for its eradication of Afghanistan’s opium crop this February.
    That, in effect, made the U.S. the Taliban’s largest financial benefactor according to syndicated columnist Robert Scheer writing in The Los Angeles times on May 22. But — as we described in FTW’s March 2001 issue — the Taliban’s destruction of that crop was apparently the single most important act of economic warfare against U.S. economic interests that the Taliban had ever committed. So why the gift?
    Critics of the Gulf War well recall how, just prior to Saddam’s invasion of Kuwait, President Bush (Sr.) dispatched Ambassador April Glaspie to visit Saddam with a letter and a “wink and a nod” telling the Iraqi leader that it was OK to invade his smaller neighbor. The May gift from Uncle Sam could well have been sending the same kind of message, along with necessary funds to complete the attacks. Drugs and terrorism go hand in hand.
    - – - -
    The Bush-Cheney drug Empire in October, 2000. That story is online athttp://www.fromthewilderness.com/free/ciadrugs/bush-cheney-drugs.html. Both Bush and Cheney are oil men.

    George Bush, Sr. was Vice President and, by virtue of executive Order 12333, in charge of all U.S. intelligence and narcotics operations from 1981 through 1989. As President from 1989 through 1993, he continued and expanded his control in these areas. Thus, it was Bush (the elder) who directly nourished and nurtured bin Laden’s evolution.
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