The Great Lie of the Last Century: George W. Bush and the "Search" for Weapons of Mass Destruction
What President George W. Bush Would Have Us Believe
The then President of Iran, Saddam Hussein, was linked to the terrorist group, Al-Qaeda. Hussein was a cruel dictator who used weapons of mass destruction against his enemies and his own people in order to maintain his rule. When the horrific events of September 11, 2001 befell the United States, the Hussein/al-Qaeda linkage was to blame, so the U.S. had to act in order to search for and seize the weapons of mass destruction, oust the dictator, rescue the people of the Middle East, and make the whole world safer by weakening Al-Qaeda and terrorism overall.
What Researchers and Conspiracy Theorists Alike Believe
Former United States President George W. Bush knew Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction, because the U.S. government helped him gain access to them over the many years they publicly supported him. The U.S. government then looked the other way when he utilized those weapons in the Iraq-Iran war, against the Kurds and against his own people.
The events of September 11th was used as a smoke screen to get Americans, and the rest of the world, to band together against Al-Qaeda and Saddam Hussein…some even say the entire event might have been cleverly orchestrated to do just that. The plan worked, and the U.S. did indeed invaded Iraq and oust its dictator. However, the real reason for the invasion of Iraq was oil...pure and simple.
No one ever accused George W. Bush of being the brightest crayon in the box, and so it follows, and evidence suggests, the master planner behind the entire web of lies was President Bush’s father, another former U.S. President, George Herbert Walker Bush.
Back in the day, George H.W. Bush (father) saw no problem with building much of his fortune by helping the Nazis and their supporters, so there is no limit to what he might have done to get whatever he wanted. George W. Bush (son) was merely a puppet.
Check out this fact-based timeline and decide what you believe for yourself:
Fact-Based Timeline Reveals an Ulterior Motive
1942: The U.S. Congress seized the Bush family banking assets by enforcing the Trading with the Enemy Act. Prescott Sheldon Bush and his son, George Herbert Walker Bush made their massive fortunes by supplying the Nazis and other Axis nations with money, steel, ships, munitions, and synthetic gas.
1953: George Herbert Walker Bush, a Yale graduate and Skull and Bones fraternity member, becomes an owner of Zapata Oil (Now the HRG Group), which controls a large fleet of oil tankers off the Kuwaiti Coast.
1968: George Herbert Walker Bush, now a Texas Air National Guardsman, which conveniently exempts him from serving duty in Vietnam – becomes friends with Jim Bath, a former air force pilot.
1976: President Gerald ford names George Herbert Walker Bush director of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), where he works to create build positive relations with the Saudi royal family, and he makes some CIA assets private.
Bush recruited his friend, Jim Bath, into the CIA. Bath enters into a trust agreement with Salem bin Laden, Osama’s older brother. This allows Jim Bath to act as the U.S. financial representative to the bin Laden family. In addition, Bath also represented Khalid bin Mahfouz, an owner of the National Commercial Bank, the trusted bank of the Saudi royal family.
1978: George H.W. Bush founds a Texas oil company he called Arbusto 78. Jim Bath invests more than $1 million dollars of bin Laden and bin Mahfouz’s money.
1987: Arbusto 78 fails, but is absorbed by Harken Energy. Harken Energy receives $25 million stock offer, underwritten by Bank of Credit and Commerce International (BCCI) – a Middle Eastern owned bank.
1989: George Herbert Walker Bush succeeds Ronald Reagan as the 41st President of the United States of America. One of his first orders was a top secret directive to foster closer ties with Iraq and provide $1 billion in aid to Saddam Hussein. This support of Iraq was continued from the days of Ronald Reagan, it is common knowledge that the United States government regularly and publicly supported Iraq and her president.
1990: Harken Energy is granted exclusive offshore drilling births by Bahrain. George H.W. Bush sells most of his Harken stock for nearly a million dollars, but somehow delays fling the necessary Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) report until a year later. One week after Bush’s profitable sell, Harken stock took a 60% nose dive.
In August of 1991, Saddam Hussein invades Kuwait and the United States government offered Hussein every indication the U.S. did not care about quarrel, nor would the U.S. interfere – neutrality was the official U.S. government response to the battle over oil drilling rights between Iraq and Kuwait. However, after the invasion, George Herbert Walker Bush suddenly declared the whole world would suffer if the oil reserves of the world fell into the hands of Saddam Hussein.
1991: The Gulf War began (Operation Desert Shield), its combat phase (Operation Desert Storm) was waged by coalition forces from 34 nations, with the United States leading the charge against Iraq in response to Iraq’s invasion and annexation of Kuwait – the same United States that claimed “neutrality” about Iraqi/Kuwaiti affairs.
George H.W. Bush publicly compared Saddam Hussein to Adolf Hitler, and Hussein eventually agrees to destroy his weapons of mass destruction. At the same time, former aide to the White House chief of staff, John Sununu leaves the Bush administration to go work for the Middle Eastern owned Bank of Credit and Commerce International (BCCI).
George H.W. Bush spends three nights in a hotel in Houston in order to claim residency in Texas
1992: President George H.W. Bush loses the presidential election to William Jefferson (Bill) Clinton, he goes on to become an adviser to the Carlyle Group, yet another group with ties to the bin Laden family.
BCCI is finally exposed as a criminal enterprise with ties to Iraqi dictator, Saddam Hussein, Panamanian dictator Manuel Noriega, the Medellin drug cartel, and many other terrorist leaders.
1994: George W. Bush is elected Governor of Texas
2000: The people of the United States Spoke and Democrat Al Gore receives more popular votes than George W. Bush in the 2000 Presidential Election. However, the United States Supreme Court declares George W. Bush the winner despite public outcry. Coincidentally, voting irregularities ensued in the state of Florida, where George W. Bush’s brother, Jeb Ellis Bush was governor.
2001: On September 11, while a-Qaeda planes slammed into the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, George Herbert Walker Bush is having a Carlyle Group business meeting with Shafig bin Laden at the Ritz Carlton Hotel in Washington. Shafiq bin Laden is half-brother to Osama bin Laden.
2002: George W. Bush makes his infamous “Axis of Evil” speech, where he denounces Iraq, Iran and North Korea…interestingly enough, all three countries are exceedingly rich with oil.
George W. Bush Axis of Evil Speech
On January 31, 2002 Mohamed ElBaradei and the United Nations International Atomic Energy Agency delivers a report that states they have concluded an extensive investigation, and there are no weapons of mass destruction in Iraq.
In March of 2002, the Bush Administration forges on stirring the waters about the possibility of engaging Iraq. U.S. National Security Adviser, Condoleezza Rice met with Brittan’s Chief Foreign Policy Adviser, David Manning, where the U.K. gave its support for an Iraqi regime change.
In April 2002, British Prime Minister Tony Blair met with President George W. Bush in Texas, where the United Kingdom gives its official, but conditional support to the United States for military force to remove Saddam Hussein from office.
In late May and early June of 2002, U.S. and British forces begin air strikes and air raids in Iraq
Former United Nations Inspector Scott Ritter goes on a personal media campaign to alert the U.S. Government and all Americans that Iraq does not possess weapons of mass destruction.
Expert nuclear weapons analyst, Hans Blix, insists there are no weapons of mass destruction to be found in Iraq, and he requests another inspection to prove his findings.
In August 2002, U.S. forces deliver heavy armor into the region and began increasing air strikes
In September 2002, the New York Times reports the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) has found absolutely zero evidence of weapons of mass destruction in Iraq, and surprisingly enough, they also have no evidence Iraq has any ties at all to al-Qaeda.
2003: George W. Bush authorized the invasion of Iraq – despite multiple pieces of intelligence to disprove his stated reasons for invading Iraq
2005: British reporter, Michael Smith, drops a bomb about the deception of the Bush Administration, and how the United States and United Kingdom used military force against Iraq more than a full year before it declared war (Downing Street Leaks).
British writer, Richard Norton Taylor reports that just before the invasion of Iraq, Bush told Blair he planned to further target Saudi Arabia, Iran and North Korea. According to international lawyer Philippe Sands, a memo was drawn up by one of Tony Blair’s foreign policy advisers in Downing Street after a phone conversation between Bush and Blair (Downing Street Leaks)
Norm Chomsky, profession of linguistics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) stated, “If the United States can maintain its control over Iraq, with the world’s second largest known oil reserves, that will enhance significantly its strategic power and influence over its major rivals in the tripolar world that has been taking shape for the past 30 years: U.S. dominated North America, Europe, and Northeast Asia, linked to South and Southeast Asia economies."
Bush and his supporters cite “faulty intelligence” for leading them to the invasion of Iraq – all of the true intelligence pointed them to the fact that there were no weapons of mass destruction in Iraq – time and time again.
Political researchers and conspiracy theorists alike believe the U.S. government, under the Bush administration simply refused to look at the real intelligence, because they were never seeking weapons of mass destruction in the first place. The war was also not about removing an evil dictator from office, nor was it about some trumped up “war on terrorism.”
George W. Bush was simply worried that the world’s largest oil reserves would fall into the hands of anti-American militant Islamists, so he followed a path that his father, George Herbert Walker Bush, laid the groundwork for years ago.
In June of 2005, President George W. Bush assured Americans that the invasion of Iraq was the right thing to do with respect to the “global war against terror.”
Today, researchers attest to the fact that the invasion of Iraq only served to increase the threat of terror. Now, terrorist from all over the Muslim world have realized that in engaging occupation forces in Iraq, they have discovered a perfect training ground methods of terror.
As I write this article in mid-2015, many Americans view George W. Bush as a liar who led us into an unnecessary war, many other Americans still support George W. Bush, and sadly enough, the vast majority of Americans lack the information or desire to connect the dots, because they are mostly just trying to make it each day.
The world is currently rife with hints, whisperings, and reports of human rights violations and weapons of mass destruction in North Korea, and Jeb Ellis Bush has been mentioned in the media as a possible candidate for the 2016 election…
One more thing, did I mention that no weapons of mass destruction were ever found in Iraq?