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Mr. Skull & Bones
By Jim Kirwan
An Addendum to
America's Super Secret War Criminal
One article was not enough to tell this tale. George Herbert Walker Bush took his first sworn oath in college, before he joined the US Navy to become a fighter pilot in WWII.
A TIP to HOMELAND SECURITY: In your zeal to uncover Homegrown Terrorists in America, you might want to start with all the members of our Secret Societies. Those would be the people that became who they are to overthrow the United Statesfrom within. You might want to start that search with all current and former members of Skull & Bones.
GWH Bush had a major task ahead of him. His father Prescott Bush had just gotten himself indicted for Trading with the enemy (the Nazi's) by bankrolling them through his connections in the banking world. This was kept secret by the various powers-that-be at the time; but going forward the Bush family needed one of their own to become a war hero so that they could avoid the spread of any scandal, and continue on the path which Prescott and his father before him had begun. So George Bush Sr., who would later become the 41st president of the United States jumped out of his fully operational Navy fighter-bomber and left his bombardier-navigator to die; to become an American hero that could enter politics as one of the good guys! This was also the man that announced on September 11, 1990: Eleven years to the day before September 11, 2001 the beginning of the New World Order!
George Herbert Walker Bush became "a Texas oil tycoon, Republican congressman, U.N. ambassador and Director of the Central Intelligence Agency before serving as vice president under Ronald Reagan. Promising a "kinder, gentler nation," Bush defeated Michael Dukakis in the 1988 presidential election. In spite of Bush's near-record popularity after military strikes against Panama and a successful war againstIraq, domestic discontent over economic and social issues took their toll, [Read my lips "No New Taxes"] - he lost his bid for re-election in 1992 when he was defeated by Democrat Bill Clinton. Eight years later Bush's son George W. Bush followedClinton as president after defeating Clinton's vice president, Al Gore, in the elections of 2000. George W. Bush served two full terms and was succeeded by Barack Obama in 2009." (1)
Then on August 24, 1992 GWH Bush presided over the worst 'natural disaster' in American History; This was the New World Order's rehearsal for what would come later during Katrina, under the slothful eyes of his brain-dead son, George Junior.
"The largest natural disaster ever recorded in the history of the United States was hurricane Andrew, which struck South Dade County, Florida, as midnight turned the clock into August 24, 1992. Contrary to what the American news media broadcast across the United States and throughout Europe, the first outer wall of the hurricane unexpectedly slammed into South Dade, packing 214+ mph winds which quickly escalated to 350+ mph. Most of the 414,151 residents living in the danger zone were asleep when the outer wall struck. Thousands of them lost their lives, for no one in South Dade had been evacuated or even advised to evacuate. Instead, residents had been repeatedly informed by local news media that South Dade should expect to experience "50 mph winds".
By 11.00 am the following morning, 8,230 mobile homes along with 9,140 apartments had vanished off the face of the Earth. The Hiroshima-like horror was beyond catastrophic. Entire families perished in ways too horrifying to describe. The stench of death had already begun to saturate miles and miles of the massive devastation; the hot humid air was reeking with foul, rotting flesh." (2)
This critical aspects of this "operation" lasted over the course of a week:
August 28, 1992:
WE NEED HELP. Relief effort collapsing due to United States inaction, Metro charges. Aid us now or more will die, Feds told. As Dade County's hurricane relief effort neared collapse Thursday, more than 1,500 airborne US soldiers were ordered into the county to cope with what is now being called the worst natural disaster inUnited States history. The move came after a day of bitter sniping among agencies that share responsibility for the relief effort.
United States aid official Wallace Stickler stated: "Andrew has caused more destruction and affected more people than any disaster America has ever had."
Dade County's Emergency Director pleaded for federal help, one angry voice among many that spoke in dire terms of needs unmet. Frustrated to the point of tears, Kate Hale said that the relief project was on the brink of collapse, a victim of incompetence and political games:
"Where the hell is the cavalry on this one? We need food! We need water! We need people! If we do not get more food into the south end [South Dade] in a very short period of time, we are going to have more casualties!
"We have a catastrophic disaster. We are hours away from more casualties. We are essentially the walking wounded. We have appealed through the State to the Federal Government. We've had a lot of people down here for press conferences. But DadeCounty is on its own. Dade County is being caught in the middle of something and we are being victimized.
"Quit playing like a bunch of kids and get us aid! Sort out your political games afterward!"
On the same day Hale made the desperate plea, Miami Herald staff writers Martin Merzer and Tom Fiedler wrote:
The question echoed through the debris Thursday: If we can do it for Bangladesh, for the Philippines, for the Kurds of northern Iraq, why in God's name can't we deliver basic necessities of life to the ravaged population of our own Gold Coast?" The short answer: because no single person or agency is in charge.
The result: a planeload of food and equipment is still a rarity. Instead of delivering goods, helicopter pilots shuttle government officials who just sit idle. Metro police turn away individuals trying to bring in food or water to a barren South Dade.
On August 29, 1992, six days into the aftermath, the Miami Herald reported:Problems Plague Red Cross. The man on the phone wanted to donate 100 electric generators, extension cords and enough tools to build a small subdivision. But the operator who took his call at the Red Cross Command Center in Miami had no idea what to do with the offer.
"We get a call, we take a message, we give it to somebody who signs it to somebody else," said the operator, Melitta de Liefd. "We have no idea what happens to it. The whole place is being run by senior citizens and college kids. "Welcome to Red Cross headquarters--where the brains of Dade County rescue effort have been knocked almost unconscious most of the week.
Callers offering services and supplies are put on hold. Others can't get through at all. The hurt and suffering plead for help over ham radio.
On August 29, 1992, one week after hurricane Andrew struck, the Fort LauderdaleSun Sentinel reported 250,000 people homeless in South Dade." (2)
It's not easy dealing with the anguish I feel because of all the perpetrated lies. So much suffering resulted. It took three-and-a-half weeks before my son and I managed to escape the devastation on our own. Homeless and penniless, with no insurance to cover our losses, we slowly made our way north towards BrowardCounty, our only possessions being the clothes on our backs and a demolished van. The long, agonizing journey turned out to be another nightmare from hell.
Over 4,000 people were officially listed as "Missing" in Andrew when we partedSouth Dade. I had lost 23 pounds during those wretched weeks of being trapped in the devastation and still had not received any medical attention. Little did I realized it would take another three weeks before a doctor would even agree to see me without any money or identification. By then, six weeks had passed since I had been injured. Most of my teeth had turned a putrid grey color because the nerves had died as a result of fierce blows to my head, complicated by my broken jaw. The final heartbreak came when doctors discovered the optic nerve in both my eyes had begun to die off--which meant, because of the head injuries, I was going blind. This may sound strange but, regardless, it is the truth. Today, in the year 2001, there still remain three ongoing tragedies created by hurricane Andrew cover-ups--tragedies which remain unbearable for the survivors to live with.
The first tragedy is the horrifying fact that the bodies of our loved ones were intentionally confiscated from us by our own government and then so inhumanely disposed of. Without graves, or some kind of memorial erected in their memory, we have no hope of reaching closure.
The second tragedy is the impact the cover-ups had in downplaying, dismissing and ignoring our horrendous suffering.
And the third tragedy is the great number of Andrew survivors who were inevitably forced to join the ranks of approximately 10 million other homeless Americans struggling to stay alive on the streets. With 10 million Americans homeless, and another 32 million Americans going to sleep hungry each night, the United StatesGovernment can't truthfully claim to be a government for all the people.
Maybe it's just me, but I honestly thought the world learned a lesson from theNuremberg trials in Germany: "Evil can only be defined as absence of empathy...""(2)
This happened over eighteen years ago; and to this day this has never become a real story inside the United States. It killed according to the quotes in the previous article over twice as many people as died on 911-and yet of all the thousands of people both uniformed and volunteers that supposedly assisted in the relief effort for those directly affected by Hurricane Andrew; Almost no one has come forward to seek the well deserved punishment of those in authority; or to ensure that this event received the coverage that it deserved.
FAST-FORWARD to today while the public waits for the laurel leaves of honor to be bestowed on the same man that oversaw the greatest number of civilian deaths that ever took place during an American disaster that he personally was responsible for responding to: And no one wants to remember these events? Read the whole article below, in footnote two, and then ask yourself not just how could this have happened but WHY was this allowed to be completely covered up for the last eighteen years!
1) Bush, George
2) Deadly Silences ­ The Hurricane Andrew Cover-up
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