Prosecution of George W Bush for Murder

February 15, 2009
Prosecution of George W Bush for Murder by Vincent Bugliosi

Prosecution of George W Bush for Murder by Vincent Bugliosi

I know that the title of the book either intrigues you, or infuriates you. Upfront this is not a book for the weak hearted or for those who are die hard Bush supporters who are easily offend.

What turned me on this book was an interview I listened to with Bugliosi. After learning that Bugliosi wasn’t a nut, he’s an accomplished trail lawyer who was responsible for convicting Charles Manson, I decide to pick it up.

The book is a blueprint for how any attorney general can prosecute George W. Bush for murder. Bugliosi lays out what evidence he has, and in what order he would present it.

There are a couple of points where Bugliosi gets really fired up and makes some great quotes like this one;

If I sound to angry for some, what should I be greatly angry about? That a referee gave what I thought was a bad call to my hometown football team, basketball team, or baseball team, ad it may have cost them the game?

I don’t think so. page 30

How about this fact about President Bush, in his first seven years in office he took 908 vacation days! That doesn’t’ even count the last year, and if you have paid attention at all to the financial crisis, Bush has been none existent.

CNN stated that he has given the least amount of press conference then any other president. And in a time like this when the country needs leadership, he backed down and has tossed the keys to Obama.

Or how about this fact. We assume that Saddam Hussein was convicted for crimes against humanity. And that’s why he was put to death. That’s certainly the impression that the media gave, at least in the west.

But the real reason isn’t even close to that. Hussein was convicted, get this, of putting a group of men to death who tried to assassinate him in the 80’s. The police rounded them up, gave them a trail, all were found guilty and put to death. Yet Hussein was put to death for following his judicial system. The trail was made out to be a joke in the middle east, but that coverage never had it to the United States.

It’s another example of the media creating a monster under the bed. yet when we turn the lights on, we realize there is no monster. People see what they want to see, whether it’s about Hussein or Bush, or the Iraq war.

My advice is to the start to question who ever you are dependent upon for your information, because things may not always seem that way they are.

It’s not to give Hussein a free pass for some of things he supposedly did, but you can’t have a “monster talk” with also stating that over a million Iraqis have died since the US invasion, and that doesn’t count the hundred of thousands that died because of a decade of sanctions before the war.

Anyways, this book will get the gears turning in your head.

Emerging Viruses: Aids & Ebola

August 27, 2008

I just finished Leonard Hororwitz 530 page book, ” Emerging Viruses: Aids & Ebola – Nature, Accident or Intentional?”

This is not your typically summer feel good book. The information is heavy and at times very scientific. I became very interested in this book after I watched Obama’s former Pastor Jeremiah Wright Live at the National Press Club respond to a question. For some reason I had the day off, and I remember watching the whole interview. I found the section on YouTube and posted it below.

Horowitz lays out the most researched book I’ve ever read, he even makes copies of the documents he quotes and put’s them in the book. He has a straight in front of you approach, at no time in this book did I feel like he was reaching to make a point, or manipulating me to belief something.

It’s not just about AIDS thought, he covers cancer, watergate, Nixon, and even Kissinger

” Henry Kissinger and others were involved in the deliberate development of infective microorganism for the purpose of genocide in Central Africa and other parts of the world”….page 524

Horowitz isn’t some want to be famous author either, he’s a Harvard grad, and had a success career before he spoke about the AIDS virus.

Hororwitz’s final conclusion at the end of the book is sobering:

“My greatest fear, given this history is that today’s public health clinics and physicians offices are like the concentration  camps, and that our FDA approved vaccines are like the gas”….page 529

Horowitz presents the idea that nothing has really changed in the last 75 years, we had traded one form of holocaust for another. A much more quite one, keep out of the media, and much harder to prove.

If you don’t have time to read the book, watch In Lies We Trust. Horowitz talks a lot about the book and the development of Bio-weapons.

To download all the documents from “In Lies We Trust” Click Here

The Man That Created AIDS

August 27, 2008

I just got done reading  Leonard Horowitz’s book ” Emerging Viruses: Aids & Ebola – Nature, Accident or Intentional?”

This video has one of the accounts Horowitz talks about in the book. After doing years of research he get his chance to question the man he thinks is responsible for the creation of the AIDS virus, Robert Gallo.

Of Course Gallo plays his question off and says” I don’t know what the hell your talking about”, as if Horowitz doesn’t know what he is talking about.