(At TomT's request, kicking this to the front page. As Mike Malloy would say, "The Bush Crime Family" has a track record of swindling the taxpayer for billions. George Herbert Walker Bush was a player in the Savings and Loans scandal of the 80s and 90s. What's new in Paulson's bailout is the brazen public theft of your taxpayer dollars, and the sheer scale of the theft. -rep.)

Description: Former reporter for the "Houston Chronicle," Pete Brewton tells of one of the most momentous stories of the past 50 years and how it has been suppressed by the establishment media and the Congress. Pete's book "The Mafia, CIA and George Bush," shows the incredible complexity of the relationships in the operation of the destruction of hundreds of Savings and Loans at the hands of the CIA and the Mafia, stealing many billions of dollars in the process, and leaving the taxpayers to bailout the banks. Big names at the state and national levels of power are involved, including Lloyd Bentsen, the Bush family, and power brokers in Houston. People such as Kenneth Keating and Don Dixon, who are mentioned prominently in the press in connection with the S & L debacle, were merely front men or "cutouts" for the main movers. Keating and his ilk only took millions; the CIA and the Mafia looted billions.

It's unbelievable...

...that this is from 1992 !! The same names keep popping up throughout this interview. James Baker the third. William Casey. Jeb Bush. One thing I didn't know was, that William Casey was over the SEC. The same as was in Building7 before 9/11. It's just befuddles the mind that the SNL scandals, Enron, & all the other evidence that was housed in that particular building, that could have blown open the corruption that the bush family has lodged against this Country, mysteriously fell into its own footprint on that fateful day. And was NEVER hit by an airplane.

On a "dry day", I think this should go to the front page.

Amazing stories!! The criminals...their names just keep popping up..."peas in a pod"...and the names and players keep coming up all the way to present time. (The C-130 drug landing strip: I think you can see it on Google maps running east-west about 7.5 miles NNW of Terlinga across a road(s). )

When the Truth War is won... ..."title" won't mean squat....

It is my opinion, that down the line when the Truth Wars are won... ...that the money masters who have fleeced the public will find that the public will not accept the "money master's title of ownership". This is probably their greatest fear. Think about it... ...the people will just "null and void" the ownership of huge corporations and assets, because they were gained through deception and covert theft. We have seen smaller revolutions of this type in South American history where corporations are nationalized. Can you imagine a global revolution which just says: "your corporate assets are invalid." Anyway, I think that will occur down the road.

Kevin Phillips

refers to the Bushs as "the methodist mafia".

Robbing Banks

During my antinuclear power days in New Hampshire several friends of mine snuck in to a conservative Republican meeting. In attendance at the time was W's kid brother, Neal Bush. At one point my friend Debbie Augustine yelled out," Hey Neal, is it true the best way to rob a bank is to own one?"


Constellation energy which had a seat at the Cheney task force owns a fleet of aging nukes. The CEO's last gig was shorting airline stocks for Deutsch Bank. He joined Constellation on September 12, 2001.

There are just so many coincidences!


Best way to rob it is to own it. Insightful.

I was a bit too general

I don't know whether Charles Schattuck III himself shorted the airline stocks but this was accomplished by the bank under his direction. The bank's history (brown brothers), his alliances and his departure date are significant.

He is a protoge of the Krongard Brothers, Buzzy & Cookie . . . Buzzy was CEO of the CIA and was on the Board of Blackwater.

"Owning the Bank" is the modus operandi of the Bush crime family going back over a hundred years.

Sunday, September 21, 2008

Alex Jones talks to Jim Marrs on the Sunday Edition of the Alex Jones Show about the genesis of the Nazis and just how far the Bush (crime) family rabbit hole goes.

Were you at Seabrook in May, 1980?

I think that was one of the big ones in New England back then. What was Neil Bush doing up there, or was he just visiting en route to K-port?

The Whitehouse Coup

"Document uncovers details of a planned coup in the USA in 1933 by right-wing American businessmen

The coup was aimed at toppling President Franklin D Roosevelt with the help of half-a-million war veterans. The plotters, who were alleged to involve some of the most famous families in America, (owners of Heinz, Birds Eye, Goodtea, Maxwell Hse & George Bush’s Grandfather, Prescott) believed that their country should adopt the policies of Hitler and Mussolini to beat the great depression.

Mike Thomson investigates why so little is known about this biggest ever peacetime threat to American democracy."

The Bush family links to the Nazi party


Shouldn't that be Charles Keating. Common mistake. Kenneth K. was, as I remember, a fairly good "liberal: Republican senator back in the days when such creatures existed. Charles was Crash McCain's BFB.

Charles Keating is correct.

That's right, it should be Charles Keating. And let's not forget that McCain ran with this pack as a member of the "Keating Five":

But that doesn't mean Obama is any better. These are the top 2008 campaign donors, follow the dollars:

_John McCain_
Merrill Lynch $298,413
Citigroup Inc. $269,251
Morgan Stanley $233,272
Goldman Sachs $208,395
JP Morgan Chase & Co. $179,975

_Barack Obama_
Goldman Sachs $691,930
University of California $611,207
Citigroup Inc. $448,599
JP Morgan Chase & Co. $442,919
Harvard University $435,769

(Note: These figures represent the sum of donation by individuals who work for these institutions, not donations by the institution itself. For example, individual bankers at Goldman Sachs donated $692k to Obama, not Goldman Sachs itself.)

So we can see that Obama is in very tight with Wall Street, tighter than McCain is. We can also see how cheap it is for Goldman Sachs types to buy Washington, for a mere $692k they get billions of dollars in benefits.

Something also could be said about how corrupt the academic establishment is here too. But if the universities were doing their job, properly educating people and speaking out against the crimes of the US government, we wouldn't be here. No, the fact of the matter is that universities are effectively part of the US government and the Democratic party. They are perhaps as much the problem with the USA as is the CIA or the corporate controlled media.

I am ashamed to think

that I’ve lived a life under deception on a massively obfuscated scale.

Nationalize Media agencies now!

So you're saying

that if the federal government owns the news media, then we can trust it?

Just like we can trust the government-owned PBS (think: _NOVA_; Bilderberger Conference attendee Charlie Rose) and BBC (think: _The Conspiracy Files_; hilariously premature Bldg. 7 collapse "correspondent" Jane Standley) to give us the straight scoop on what's really going on?

I guess we're supposed to imagine Project Mockingbird and similar programs are just private enterprise in action?

What the socialists never seem to get is that our societal troubles stem from the coercive agency of government, including its privileged cronies who parasitize off the people.

Give the government an official monopoly ownership the media? What, so it'll be more analogous to _Pravda_ in the heyday of the Soviet Union? Gee, then we'll _really_ be safe.


If each citizen supervised (not own) a quota in news agencies, would that encourage competition, form a sort of 'checks & balance' system ["information of, for & by the people"] and adjust the 'bottom' line' of corporate media trusts?

It seems info' serves a different function than property in a free market. It also seems there's a difference between socializing and nationalizing something; the state taking from individuals vs. the public monitored by the public

actually you have to keep in

actually you have to keep in mind checks and balances. Government exists to protect the people against powerful institutions like corporations and the church. However, we allowed corporations to grow from a group of people banding together to deliver a specific service into the juggernauts they are today. In turn government kept growing in order to keep the upper hand. The problem is that this caused the government to grow too large for the people to keep it in check. So in order to have a smaller government that is accountable to the people, we first have to break up giant corporations into small enough pieces that a small government would still be able to strong arm them. The answer isn't necessarily nationalization, although I would recommend nationalization of certain industries that service the needs of everyone such as water, electricity, natural gas, petroleum, agriculture. If we turned these industries into non-profits it would cut down customer costs greatly. And no I'm not saying that small farmers should have their lands taken. It's just not modern agricultural techniques based on large scale production can produce greater yields, so I think that big agra should be nationalized. However for most businesses I think severe anti-trust legislation would be sufficent. I would go so far as to make it illegal for one company to own another company. I would break up all these conglomerates. Make it so that a individual company was only allowed to address to a single service. If you really wanted to level the playing field you could get rid of the stock market and the public trading of stocks. I would pass laws mandating that all private companies be 100% employee owned. In order to restore power to the people you first have to strip power from moneyed interests before you can strip power from government. If you don't do that first you'll have corporations running around with their own armies and nobody to stop them. And as far as media reform goes, if you made it so that a company was limited to only one media outlet it would spread the control of the media into so many hands that top down manipulation would be impossible. And there would be so much competition that each news outlet would actually have to try to provide better information than the next. We'd have a new renaissance in journalism.

Bailout Of AIG And The CIA

"Newly declassified U.S. intelligence files tell the remarkable story of the ultra-secret Insurance Intelligence Unit, a component of the Office of Strategic Services, a forerunner of the CIA, and its elite counterintelligence branch X-2.

. . . the unit mined standard insurance records for blueprints of bomb plants, timetables of tide changes and thousands of other details about targets, from a brewery in Bangkok to a candy company in Bergedorf. 'They used insurance information as a weapon of war,' said Greg Bradsher, a historian and National Archives expert on the declassified records."

AIG and Ike?

No one seems to have connected the insurance payouts due to the damage caused by Ike and the AIG bailout. All of those utilities were insured. Reliant stadium was insured.

Jack Blood Interviews AIG Insider....

"Summary of points made: History of AIG China 1919 origins… (which follow up through the Bush family in the 70’s and Greenberg and Bush in 1992, where Hank accompanied George Sr.) Partnership with Wild Bill Donovan and Frank Wisner OSS/CIA Drug Smuggling (Peter Dale Scott) Fraud (AIG/Marsh insurance fraud and Spitzer investigation) Hank Greenberg ousted from AIG Frank G. Wisner Jr. (son of CIA cofounder) on both AIG and Kroll boards of directors. 9/11 (taking the history and applying it to AIG involvement with Kroll, Wisner Jr., CFR/Fed Reserve) Pete Peterson (Blackstone/CFR/Fed Res) also involved in financing of wtc. Robt. David Steel’s comments on WTC disaster (he’s ex-CIA but affirms 9-11 was done as insurance fraud)… Crash of AIG and bailout by Fed Reserve, Greenberg steering to re-take control, using Fed Res as a proxy. Other subjects covered Nature of insurance (protection money) Spitzer Elliot Spitzers connection to AIG via Michael Cherkasky, President and CEO of Kroll Inc Robert M. Morgenthau of the French Connection Skadden Arps SEC Kroll Iran Contra BCCI Paul Bremer"

Holy sh*t Rep !

........... Kind of makes you wonder if AIG or the other failed institutions were used the same way.
P.S. I converted another official believer today. I wish there was a way i could burn dvd's from google.