Could It Be That George H.W. Bush Was Tied To Organized Crime And To Kennedy’s Assassination?

While denying knowledge of his whereabouts on November 22, 1963, the day that President John F. Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas, a November 29, 1963 lawsuit memo proves that President George H. W. Bush was a member of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and was indeed a recipient of a full briefing on that day.

At the TomFlocco.com Web site you can see an actual photo of an individual circled that appears to prove that the former president was in Dallas on the day of JFK’s assassination and can apparently be verified by the intelligence operatives who took the picture and would testify if subpoenaed, according to U.S. intelligence expert Thomas Heneghan. Given this damning evidence how could anyone forget they were in Dallas on the day the President was shot, especially if they were in the group of officials looking for Lee Harvey Oswald? Additional evidence linking Bush directly to the scene of the crime is available and has been circulating the Internet over the past few days.

Unbelievably, the conspiracy has taken on enough merit to warrant a new probe into the assassination since there is no statute of limitations on the murder of a sitting president. Also according to the above named Web site, the memo written regarding the Bush Sr. briefing was written on the night before Kennedy arrived in Dallas by FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover. According to retired Army Brigadier General William Penn Jones the meeting where the briefing was held occurred at the Dallas ranch of Texas oil baron and Dallas Cowboys owner Colin J. “Clint” Murchison, Jr.

Other incidents regarding the cover-up include the October 1992 poisoning death (timing was just before the Bush/Clinton November election) of Frank Sturgis who before his murder was the alleged Kennedy co-conspirator and spotter who attended the above meeting with George H.W. Bush and Richard Nixon. Perhaps it is also not surprising that in September of 1992 alleged Bush crime family money launderer, Leonard Millman, was arrested (in an attempt to silence him), serving an eleven month incarceration, after supposedly making threatening phone calls to his father-in-law only to have all charges dropped after the election. Also to note is that Savings and Loan scandal whistleblower Stewart Webb talked with Frank Sturgis in August 1992 regarding JFK’s murder, confirming similar allegations by Brigadier General Russell Bowen.

While these allegations may be thought of as just another round of trumped up unconfirmable lies meant to discredit the president these same allegations about Bush and Nixon can still be confirmed today by a living witness who worked for Clint Murchison Jr. at the time of the assassination, and incredibly, the witness swears that the meeting took place before the assassination, and also that a second gathering involving alleged conspirators (including the assassins and their spotters) toasted to Kennedy’s death as they watched television reports that night. This unidentified witness according to Stew Webb has also identified a photograph of George Bush Sr.’s White House Counsel C. Boyden Gray as a regular visitor at Murchison’s Dallas ranch during the time period while allegedly working as a conduit between the CIA and the FBI regarding illegal black operations. Both Webb and this witness are available to testify before a grand jury.

Not surprising is that the cover-up did not end here since it is apparently what was the apparent motive, behind Nixon’s ordered Watergate break-in. This break-in was intended to locate and remove incriminating photographs taken during the Kennedy assassination.

In his book The Immaculate Deception — The Bush Crime Family Exposed [1991, America West Publishers, pp. 31-39], retired U.S. Army Brigadier General Russell Bowen refers to the Hoover memo, in which an FBI report verified that on November 22, 1963, a Mr. George H.W. Bush, 5535 Briar, Houston, Texas telephoned the FBI’s Houston office within hours of Kennedy’s death to report that one James Parrott had been talking of killing the President when he came to Houston.

In the same book General Bowen alleges (pages 33-36) that a government effort to misidentify George H. W. Bush as George William Bush in an effort to cover up the future president’s role in the events of November 22, 1963.

General Bowen continues to incriminate the former president by linking him to a “smoking gun” tape transcript the was released on August 5, 1974, in which Bush is tied to a “money laundering operation in which Richard Nixon requested that the FBI and the CIA stop the investigation into the transfer of funds from Texas and Minnesota through Mexico City into the coffers of the Committee to Re-Elect the President and from there into the Watergate building. Within this Smoking gun tape Nixon flags the Texans’, most notably Bush and the Cubans to the Bay of Pigs. While the individual names listed are repeatedly referred to in the Watergate tapes Frank Sturgis reasons that it was the photos of Bush that was at the heart of the Watergate break-in.

In yet another book, The Mafia, CIA and George Bush, Pete Brewton claims that George DeMohrenschildt was a White Russian count with extensive ties to the CIA who lived in Texas. The same DeMohrenschildt had ties to Clint Murchison’s meat-packing business and cattle ranches around Dallas but more importantly Congress later discovered that DeMohrenschildt’s personal address book contained the name and Midland, Texas address of George H.W. Bush providing further evidence of Bush’s complicity in the murder of former President JFK.

General Bowen was an original member of Office of Strategic Services (OSS) during the 1940s with George H. W. Bush, and reportedly told Webb that Kissinger served as a duel agent for Germany and Russia during WWII before later becoming U.S. Secretary of State under President Nixon; and as of today, General Bowen and Stewart Webb are still alive to testify and allege that an individual with mixed allegiances can hold high U.S. office, the public none the wiser.

Given the above information one can’t help but question why Bush denied bieng in the CIA on November 22, 1963? Why did he receive a full briefing on JFK’s assassination on the day after the event? What does he know about Hoover’s meeting in Dallas on the night before the assassination? Who else was at the meeting? What did they discuss? Why did Hoover specifically name Bush in the FBI memo? No one seems to have the answers but it makes this citizen question the integrity of the federal government which appears to be run by powerful members of the mob or secret societies within the United States. Why is it that the same families tend to keep power while many citizens, who are more trustworthy can’t get the funds necessary to get their points to the public? Once again I put in a call to consider Ron Paul as our next president. He is a man who is not owned by the lobbyist or mob connection and who will fight according to his conscience.

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Moonlight: The OSS Alternative To Silverlight

Not too long ago, I shared my thoughts on Microsoft’s introduction of Silverlight, its blatant lack of Linux support, and how it was aiming at regaining its browser dominance. Well, it looks like the Open Source crowd has picked up the pieces again with a solution to conquer what ails the common Linux user. Silverlight, meet Moonlight.

Every silver idea has a moonlit lining. In the past, I will admit that my concerns about the outcome of Microsoft potentially using Silverlight to further alienate the casual Linux user really had me concerned. But it looks like Microsoft’s efforts have actually branched off into some new creativity on the Linux front.

With that said, at the end of the day, maybe Silverlight will gain that badly needed Linux support despite Microsoft’s total lack of help here?

What to expect from this “Moonlight” effort? Because so much of this remains in development, probably not a lot right now should be expected. At the same time, some real life examples of what can be done with Moonlight are already beginning to surface. Also, it is worth remembering that there is still much work to be done before Moonlight becomes a fierce competitor to Silverlight.

Considering the Mono base of the Moonlight effort, much of the expected success will play a part in how well Mono developers can push on and make the Moonlight product something that will offer full Silverlight functionality. To be fair, however, it looks like things are getting pretty close to an even race as Moonlight has been making some great progress.

How will Microsoft likely respond? At this point, I really cannot see how it would respond. I mean, what could it say at this point, and at the same time, there is next to nothing that it can do about it regardless. And even with Microsoft ruling out any implementation of Silverlight for Linux, an obvious ploy to further alienate us from it latest creation, now I’m hearing that Microsoft is having some second thoughts.

Microsoft’s change of heart. If I’m not mistaken, I believe the exact quote is something to the effect of, "In light of our new relationship with Novell, the idea of a Linux implementation of Silverlight is a lot more interesting to us now." Oh, so all it took was the Open Source community to show Microsoft that with or without its help, Linux users had no intention of being left out in the cold.

So, who will win this standards war? Will it be Microsoft with its Silverlight offerings for Linux – finally? Or instead, have we had enough of it and simply feel like waiting for the Open Source Moonlight to come to fruition as the most logical, ethical bet? This one is on you. Today, you are the judge.

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The OS Debate Continues

Last time, I told you about the whole OS/2 thing and getting it released under the GPL/OSS license. A few people contacted me and it became apparent that OS/2 is far from dead. Maybe it’s more akin to being in a hospital in a coma. The question is: When will it wake up? I emailed IBM in an effort to try and get an answer, but to no avail. All I got was the usual office bureaucracy. ‘It’s not my job so phone this number…’ If anything, I promise all the OS/2 fans out there that, no matter what, I will get feedback from IBM.

If you work at IBM and you can help me, or if you know somebody at IBM that can help me, please contact me. People, the future is not in Windows! Microsoft has made millions through the sale of Windows and we have all become sheep; it is now time to move forward. Although I don’t think the future of the PC is nestled in the Linux stable, I think Linux has some promise. The only problem with Linux seems to be the very lengthy installation process and then the difficulty in installing new applications. Until the Linux developers fix this problem, they will not see sufficient growth in their operating system.

The fault lies also with us, the end users who just sit around using the same old operating system every day. When we start telling ourselves that the operating system we are using is not sufficient for our needs, we will realise that we are not getting what we paid for. As for the whole OS/2 debate, I have been trying to get to someone at IBM that can help me but all those crazy people keep on referring me back to IBM South Africa. When, one day, I have success, I will come and tell you all the good news!