he always declares that it is his duty.”
George Bernard Shaw
“Caesar and Cleopatra”
As many of us now gather with our families for the holidays, let us think about the man who "God speaks to." United States President George Walker Bush has projected himself as a "compassionate conservative," who combines "traditional Republican values" – such as support for low taxation, a small but effective government, a mighty and strong military and Christian "family values;" with the idea that a greater concern for the underprivileged, demands a larger role for various churches and charities. When President Bush speaks of family values, just who’s family do you think that he is speaking about? Surely he can not be speaking about his own Bush/ Walker/ Lambert/ Livingston family...could he?
Let’s take a look at the Bush/ Walker/ Lambert/ Livingston family, and then you decide if President Bush is speaking about his own family... or some imaginary family that has been created just for you, me and the rest of the world!
STARTING FROM THE TOP
G-great grandfather David Davis Walker's brother marriage to Lily Lambert, the daughter of Jordon Wheat Lambert. J.W. Lambert was the man behind Listerine, and who's family company would become Warner-Lambert...the largest manufacturers of of condoms (Trojan) in America!
Former President George H. W. Bush's father, Prescott Sheldon Bush (the Treasurer for the pro-abortion Planned Parenthood's 1942 Capital Campaign) and his maternal grandfather George Herbert Walker were powerful financial supporters, and it is said that they both also had ties to Adolf Hitler.
George Herbert Walker was president of Union Banking Corporation, a firm that traded with Germany and helped German industrialists consolidate Hitler's political power and Union Banking became a Nazi money-laundering machine.
Walker helped take over North American operations of Hamburg-Amerika Line, a shipping line and cover for I. G. Farben's Nazi espionage unit in the U. S. Hamburg-Amerika smuggled in German agents, and brought in money for bribing American politicians to support Hitler. A 1934 congressional investigation showed Hamburg-Amerika subsidized Nazi propaganda efforts in the U.S.
George H. W. Bush's father, Prescott, was a board member of Union Banking and a senior partner in a Union Banking affiliate, the investment firm Brown Brothers Harriman. The U. S. government investigated both Bert Walker and Prescott Bush, and under the Trading with the Enemy Act seized all shares of Union Banking, including shares held by Prescott Bush. The government held that "huge sections of Prescott Bush's empire had been operated on behalf of Nazi Germany and had greatly assisted the German war effort."
As a managing partner of Brown Brothers Harriman, he sat on several corporate boards, including the following: Dresser Industries. An oil drilling equipment supply company. In 1928 W.A. Harriman and Company paid $4,000,000 for Dresser's corporate stock, and sold securities against the company. In 1929 Bush refinanced Dresser "so that we retained a substantial measure of control."
In 1930 E. Roland Harriman and Bush became members of the board (Bush served until 1952), and installed his Yale classmate Henry Neil Mallon as chairman. Mallon and Bush were lifelong friends, as demonstrated by the fact that in 1948 Mallon would hire George H. W. Bush to work at Dresser Industries (George H.W. later named one of his sons Neil Mallon).
In September 1998, Dresser merged with Halliburton and is now known as the Halliburton Company. (Former CEO Dick Cheney was President George H. W. Bush's Secretary of Defense during the Gulf War, and now he is the Vice President and was also the former campaign manager for George W. Bush.)
Prescott Bush went on to become a United States Senator (1952 – 1963) from Connecticut. In a speech given June 6, 1955, in New London, Connecticut, Bush shared his reflections on the Cold War. "We must maintain strong defenses, military and spiritual," he said. "It is our conduct, our patriotism and belief in our American way of life, our courage that will win the final battle."
He maintained homes at One Sutton Place in New York City, a country estate in Long Island, New York; another home in Greenwich, Connecticut; the family compound Walker's Point in Kennebunkport, Maine; a 10,000-acre plantation in South Carolina (with slaves too); and an island retreat in Florida.
George Herbert Walker Bush was the 41st President of the United States (1989-1993). Previously, he had served as Ambassador to the United Nations (1971–1973), director of the CIA 1976–1977, and the 43rd Vice President of the United States under President Ronald Reagan (1981–1989).
As President of the United States, George H.W. Bush is perhaps best known for having lead a United Nations coalition in the Gulf War (1990–1991). After Saddam Hussein lead Iraq's invasion into the oil-rich neighboring country of Kuwait. The then broad coalition sought to remove Iraqi forces from Kuwait, and to ensure that Iraq did not invade Saudi Arabia.
The current US President, George W. Bush, has been arrested three times, once for stealing a large Christmas wreath from a hotel, once for ripping down the Princeton goal posts after the Princeton-Yale game and then he was arrested in 1976 for driving under the influence of alcohol, in Kennebunkport, ME. He pled guilty, paid fine and had driver's license suspended for 30 days.
George W. was also accused of using insider knowledge, when selling stock while serving on the board of directors of Harken Energy Corp in 1990. After his sale of the stock, Harken reported a $23.2 million quarterly loss.
An SEC investigation in 1992 found that Bush "did not engage in illegal insider trading". However, the SEC also noted that this "must in no way be construed as indicating that the party has been exonerated or that no action may ultimately result." Critics of Bush allege that the investigation was influenced by the fact that Bush's father was then the President of the United States. As President, he has refused to authorize the SEC to release its entire report of their investigation. (I could go on, but I think you get my point here.)
In 1989, Bush and his wife traveled to Nigeria with executives of M&W Pump, a Florida-based company that had been selling agricultural pumps to Nigeria. Jeb and Columba Bush were received by Nigerian President Ibrahim Babangida and celebrated by tens of thousands of Nigerians who turned out to see the son of the U.S. president. President Babangida expressed his interest in visiting the White House -- a request Jeb promised to pass along to his father -- and by 1992 the Florida pump company had secured $74 million in financing from the Export-Import Bank of the United States.
In 1990, Neil Mallon Bush paid a $50,000 fine and was banned from banking activities for his role in taking down Silverado Savings & Loan, which actually cost US taxpayers $1.3 billion. A Resolution Trust Corporation suit against Neil Bush and other officers of Silverado was settled in 1991 for $26.5 million. And the fine wasn't exactly paid by Neil Bush, a Republican fundraiser set up a fund to help defer the costs Neil incurred in his S&L dealings.
Scott Hinckley, brother of the would be assassin John W. Hinckley, Jr., (who shot former US President Ronald Reagan), had plans for dinner on the same evening that President Reagan was shot by John Hinckley, at the Denver, Colorado home of the Neil Mallon Bush. Of course Neil's father, Vice President George H.W. Bush would have become President of the United States, had Hinckley’s brother been successful that winter day.
The Bush and Hinckley families go back several generations together, to the Texas oil-wildcatting days of the 1960s. The families relationship was even closer between George H.W. Bush, Sr., and John Hinckley, Sr., who were once neighbors of each other's in Houston, Texas. John Hinckley, Sr., even contributed to several of Bush's political campaigns, all the way back to when Bush ran for the United States Congress, and he also supported George H. W. Bush when he ran against Ronald Reagan for the 1980 Republican presidential nomination. Bush, Sr.'s Zapata Oil even bailed out Hinckley's financially troubled oil company when Hinckley operation came up with six dead oil wells. Amazingly, he was back to making millions of dollars in the oil business just a few year after the Bush bailout.
Sharon Bush, Neil Mallon Bush's wife, received an email from her husband stating, “He wasn't sure they should remain married.” After 22 years she was stunned. Sharon says, I said, “You're firing me via email? What do you mean, you're firing me?” He said, “No, I just don't love you.” During their divorce proceedings, Neil Bush admitted to accepting some free adulterous sex on a number of occasions during business trips in Asia. "I have a pretty clear recollection that there was one time in Thailand and in Hong Kong." Neil claims that “the women would knock on his hotel room door, walk in, and have sex with him. He never asked if they were prostitutes, and never paid them.” (hmmmm…Her name didn’t happen to be Monica, was it?)
FAMILY VALUES WORKING OVERTIME
Jeb and Columba’s Children
Jan. 30, 2002, Governor Jeb Bush's Daughter Was Arrested for Xanax Prescription Fraud. However, this arrest wasn't her first brush with the law. She has a record of several car crashes and traffic tickets, including one parking lot fender bender, in which she was charged with leaving the scene without calling police. She was also arrested for shoplifting in Flagstaff, Ariz., in 1995.
George P. Bush
On December 31, 1994, George P. Bush showed up at 4 AM at the Miami home of a former girlfriend. He proceeded to break into the house, via the woman's bedroom window and then began arguing with his ex's father. Bush, then a Rice University student, soon fled the scene. However, he returned 20 minutes later to drive his Ford Explorer across the home's front lawn, leaving wide tire marks.
John “Jebby” Bush
On October 7 2002, John “Jebby” Bush (16-years old at the time) was catch getting busy in a Jeep Cherokee… in the parking lot of a Tallahassee mall. As the police report notes, a pair of mall rent-a-cops caught Bush and his 17-year-old female companion fogging the car's windows--both were naked from the waist down, except Jebby's socks. The underage lovebirds were not charged.
George and Laura Bush’s Children
In October 2000, Barbara Bush tried to use a fake ID to buy alcohol at a bar in New Haven, Connecticut, but was not served and was not arrested.
In February 2001, Jenna Bush sent her Secret Service agents to bail her friend out of jail, after he had been arrested for underage drinking.
In April 2001, Barbara gave her Secret Service agents the slip while on her way to a WWF match in NYC, the Secret Services vehicle reached speeds in excess of 119 mph to catch up with Barbara.
In April 2001, Jenna was cited for underage drinking at an Austin bar and pled no contest to the charges. She paid $51.25 in court costs, performed 8 hours of community service doing clerical and research work at the Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin, Texas, and attended 6 hours of alcohol awareness classes.
In May 2001, both Barbara and Jenna were cited for alcohol offenses. Barbara pled no contest to being a minor in possession of alcohol, and was sentenced to probation, 8 hours of community service, alcohol awareness classes, and a $100 fine. Jenna pled innocent to trying to buy alcohol with a fake ID, and was tried in Austin, TX on July 31, 2001. This was Jenna’s third alcohol related infraction, as she had another one in 1997.
SMOKING GUN'S TOP TEN KNOWN BUSH ARRESTS
10. President George W. Bush's DWI.
9. First daughter Barbara Bush, minor in possession of alcohol.
8. First daughter Jenna Bush, minor in possession of alcohol (3 separate times).
7. Vice President Dick Cheney's second DWI.
6. First Lady Laura Bush's vehicular homicide, record was later expunged.
5. President George W. Bush was arrested for petty larceny (stealing a Christmas wreath, really!). All charges were later dropped.
4. Governor Jeb Bush's 24 year old daughter Noelle Bush being arrested for prescription drug fraud at 1:15 am, at a Walgreen's drive-thru pharmacy attempting to obtain the drug Xanax with a fradulant prescription.
3. Jeb's eldest son George Prescott Bush’s arrested for breaking into girlfriend's home and malicious destruction of property.
2. Governor Jeb Bush's youngest son John "Jebby" Bush being arrested for violating state of Florida sodomy law when he was 16... in a Jacksonville mall parking lot. Then when Jebby Bush was 21 he arrested by the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission for public drunkenness and resisting arrest in Austin, Texas.
1. Governor Jeb Bush's wife, Columba Bush, for smuggling undeclared purchases, upon re-entering the United States (fined $20,000 USD).
AARON ADDS ONE MORE
11. On 2 May 1985 Scott Pierce (brother of Barbara Bush and former Vice Chairman & President of E.F. Hutton & Co.) pleaded guilty to 2,000 counts of money laundering and wire tapping involving millions of dollars.
1. Whatever earned George W. Bush a one year sentence of community service in Houston.
1. U.S. National Archives, Vesting Order number 248, October 20 1942, Leo T. Crowley.
2. Heir to the Holocaust by Toby Rogers, Clamor Magazine Issue 14 May/June 2002.
3. How Bush's grandfather helped Hitler's rise to power by Ben Aris in Berlin and
4. Duncan Campbell in Washington, The Guardian, September 25, 2004.
Bush - Nazi Link Confirmed by John Buchanan, The New Hampshire Gazette, Vol. 248, No. 1, October 10, 2003.
5. Cecil Adams on Prescott Bush February 14, 2003.
6. Warner-Lambert Pharmaceutical Co. v. John J. Reynolds, Inc. (1959)
7. Burning Down the House: How Greed, Deceit, and Bitter Revenge Destroyed E. F. Hutton by James Sterngold (1990)