Family of Secrets

Bonnie Faulkner hits broadcasting pay dirt (the dirt part is truly dirty) with this highly
disturbing series of Bush dynastic revelations from author Russ Baker, speaking about his new book,
Family of Secrets.

From the program notes, you wouldn't perceive just how disturbing the information is.

"Guns and Butter - "Family of Secrets - The Bush Dynasty"

"Family of Secrets - The Bush Dynasty" with investigative reporter and author, Russ Baker. The Bush family's extensive ties to intelligence; the Kennedy assassination; Nixon and Watergate; W's rise to power. Russ Baker is the author of Family of Secrets - The Bush Dynasty, The Powerful Forces That Put It In the White House, and What Their Influence Means for America."

After hearing the interview and reading the book, I suggest you find a priest, rabbi. monk, swami, shaman or whatever and consider seriously cleansing yourself. I am serious. The book is a must read for 9-11 activists because the anatomy of this family has deep ties to what happened on September 11, 2001. The dark ties go back, they move forward into the future. They must be stopped like Van Helsing pursuing Dracula. Only these dynastic vampires are real.

Find out who Russ Baker is and bring him into the orb of our media circuit, and do it today.

John Parulis

Russ Baker & Bonnie Faulkner

Worth a listen.

TomT just told me recently that someone we (Tom and I ) know is now interning with Russ.
This person is very active in our effort.

Some of Russ's sites...

This is worth a listen

I did listen to this this afternoon. It is worthwhile.


Thanks people. Now why didn't the mods push this onto the news section?
It is totally related to the type of deceptions that continually give rise to false flag 9-11



They did! Thanks people.

Published today by Russ Baker: A Fresh Wind

A Fresh Wind

Traditional journalism organizations as a matter of practice eschew and even sometimes demonize the work of independent journalists who document apparent high-level collusion against the broader public interest. ”Conspiracy theory,” they sniff. Yet with the fast-changing media landscape, even the most cautious enterprises are suddenly suffused with the spirit of the muckrakers, who were unafraid to routinely document the extent to which the playing field was tilted against the public. With the New York Times, we see increasing examples of this bracing wind, typically but not exclusively in columns and “analysis” pieces. One such example is Andrew Ross Sorkin’s “advice” to the new Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission looking into what the heck went so badly wrong these last few years. Here’s ataste:

Mr. Blankfein, your firm [Goldman Sachs], and others, created and sold bundles of mortgages known as collateralized debt obligations that it simultaneously sold short, or bet against. These C.D.O.’s turned out to be bad investments for the people who bought them, but your short bets paid off for Goldman Sachs. In the process of selling them to institutional investors, however, your firm lobbied ratings agencies to assign them high ratings as solid bets — even as your firm planned on shorting them. Could you explain how Goldman bet against these C.D.O.’s while simultaneously trying to persuade ratings agencies and investors that they were good investments?…should we continue to allow transactions in which you’re betting against what you’re alsoselling?…

This one is for the entire group. All of your firms are involved in some form of proprietary trading, or using your own capital to make financial bets, not unlike hedge funds and other private investors. As the recent crisis has shown, these bets can go catastrophically wrong and endanger the global financial system. Given that the government sent a clear signal in the crisis that it would not let the biggest firms fail, why should taxpayers guarantee this sort of trading? Why should the government backstop what amounts to giant hedge funds inside the walls of your firms? How is such trading helpful to the broader financialsystem?….

Again, for the group: Over the last year, your firms have actively used the Federal Reserve’s discount window to exchange various investments (including C.D.O.’s) for cash. You probably have a better idea than most about what those assets now sitting on the Fed’s balance sheet are worth. Given the growing calls for regular audits of the Fed (an idea being resisted by the likes of the chairman, Ben Bernanke), do you think the demands for such audits arewarranted?…

This question is for Mr. Mack [John Mack of Morgan Stanley]. In November, in a surprisingly candid moment, you publicly declared, “Regulators have to be much more involved.” You then added, “We cannot control ourselves.” Can you elaborate on those comments? Is Wall Street inherently incapable of policing itself — a view contrary to what most of your peers haveargued?….

Mr. Blankfein. Your firm, like other banks on this panel, was paid in full by the American International Group on various financial contracts, thanks to the government’s bailout. You can understand how this has whipped up no small amount of fury and questions over why A.I.G. and the government did not try to renegotiate those contracts. Because your firm was the largest beneficiary of the government’s decision, did you or any of your employees lobby the Fed, Treasury or any other government agency for this “100 cents on a dollar” payout? If so, enlighten us about thoseconversations….

It’s a safe bet, based on past such inquiries, that the commission will not unearth the full dimensions of the problem, nor propose sufficiently bold solutions. And if it does, it is likely to be ignored. Journalism itself is far better equipped to get to the bottom of things—and to stay on the case until meaningful changes come to pass. Here at WhoWhatWhy, as we ramp up into a full-blown investigative news organization, we’re eager to get onto this particulartrail.


And I thought that Mr. Blankfein was doing "God's work"?????

When society collapses, I hope this class can trust their security guards......

Read the book, highly recommend it

GREAT interview. Thanks for the head's up, John!