Friday, 3 August 2012

The Panama Deception - George Bush, The CIA & Drugs For Arms

Russ Baker has written a wonderful biography of the Bush family and discovered that George H.W. Bush was on record as denying he knew his whereabouts on the day of JFK's assassination. This is odd because not only do we have records of his location in Texas on the day, but we also have photographic evidence. 

Furthermore we know he was on the books working for the CIA long before he was made director of the Agency before becoming vice president and then nearly president when Reagan was nearly assassinated by a chap called Hinckley who was connected to the Bush family. 

Lot's of coincidences huh? CIA connections to JFK's assassination are too extensive to list here.

However, this documentary is about more pedestrian affairs. Manuel Noriega was on the CIA books and when Bush took over him as an asset he increased his pay to 100 000 dollars a year while turning a blind eye to his Iran contra drug dealing for arms. This is all documented and pretty much par for the course for the Bush family and as you may learn from this excellent documentary that links Noriega to Ollie North, Poindexter and William Casey

The subsequent invasion of Panama by the United States under the pretense of stopping Noriega's drug dealing is just one of those eyebrow raising deceptions and twists of truth the U.S. has an Olympian track record of doing.

The Panama Deception is an excellent introduction to American meddling in South America if only for its self-evident treachery and double standards. 

It doesn't get more obvious.