The sun revolves around the Earth and George W. Bush won the election in Ohio
By Bob Fitrakis
Journal Guest Writer
Mar 11, 2005, 16:25
The Bush family and friends stole both the 2000 and 2004
presidential elections. The covert operations long associated with George
Herbert Walker Bush, former president and CIA director, are now overtly practiced
in key battleground states.
The mainstream media is much like medieval theologians, who
refused to accept the obvious, that the Earth revolved around the sun. Instead,
they plotted bizarre planet rotations to prove the Earth was the center of the
In order to believe that Bush won in Ohio, you have to
ignore deadly accurate exit polls and all observable data to avoid the Bush
family theft. By refusing to consider this CIA-connected family's history, one
must accept the following ridiculous political conclusions: that Bush
supporters were shy in Ohio and Florida and reluctant to answer exit poll
questions, but not shy in Arizona, Arkansas and Louisiana; that pollster Zogby's
Election Day calls for Kerry in Ohio and Florida were wrong, as well as the
Harris poll; that Mitofsky's exit polling is flawed in the U.S. but an accurate
predictor in the Ukraine for fraud; that Kerry easily carried the metropolitan
areas of Cleveland and Columbus but lost due to an unobserved Bush surge in
rural Appalachia; that Bush won despite an incumbent approval rating under 50
percent; that Bush got 80 percent or so of the undecided vote although all
professional pollsters agree that undecideds generally vote for the challenger;
and private partisan companies that secretly count the vote without paper
trails are fair and honestly doing their job.
Equally important as the implausible scenarios one must
accept, is the real life Bush family history one must ignore. One must turn
away from three generations of Bush ties to the security intelligence complex
and the CIA. When George H.W. Bush took over the CIA in the mid-1970s, critics
across the political spectrum warned that Bush would politicize the agency for
his own political aspirations. Roland Evans and Robert Novak, writing in the
Washington Post, reported that some in the CIA were objecting "against any
presidential scenario that looks to the CIA as a possible stepping-stone to the
vice presidential nomination."
Kevin Phillips, in American Dynasty, details how
covert CIA operatives fired by Jimmy Carter's CIA director Stansfield Turner, "joined
the 1980 Bush campaign." The Washington Post noted, "Simply put, no
presidential campaign in recent memory -- perhaps ever, has attracted so much
support from the intelligence [community] as the campaign of former CIA
Director George Bush." Bush and his ex-CIA buddies secured the vice
presidency in 1980, the presidency in 1988 and have now rigged the 2000 and
2004 elections for Bush the Lesser.
To believe in W's victory in 2004, you also have to forget
the following historical facts: that in 1942, Prescott Bush, the current
president's grandfather, was called Hitler's Angel by the New York Tribune;
that in 1946, the OSS/CIA overthrew the Metakas government in Greece; that the
U.S. gave at least $60 million to bring to power the former Nazi intelligence
network of General Reinhard Gehlen in the first decade following World War II
to control the intelligence apparatus in West Germany; that in 1953, the U.S.
overthrew the popular Mossadegh in Iran and installed the brutal Shah; that in
1954, the CIA overthrew the democratically-elected Arbenz government in
Guatemala; that in 1957, the CIA financed the election of pro-American
candidates to the Lebanese Parliament; that in 1964, the CIA gave $20 million
in assistance for Eduardo Frei to defeat Salvador Allende in Chile; that in
1967, the CIA overthrew the democratically-elected government of George
Papandreou and installed a military dictatorship; that in 1973, the CIA
overthrew the second oldest democracy in the western hemisphere in Chile; that
in 1975, the CIA destabilized and forced the dissolution of the Labor
government under Prime Minister Gough Whitlam in Australia; that in 1976, the
CIA attempted to overthrow Michael Manley's government in Jamaica.
The veterans of these covert operations established the
first Bush presidency. They also brought us Iran-Contra.
Under the Reagan-Bush administration, mainframe computers
were used to rig the election for Noriega supporters to be elected to the
Panama Parliament and pre-programmed computer tapes were brought in to the
government's central tabulating center in a last ditch effort to prop up
Philippine dictator Ferdinand Marcos in a "demonstration election."
Even in the last election in the Ukraine, the Associated
Press reports "the Bush administration has spent more than $65 million the
past two years to aid political organizations in Ukraine. . . ." And the
Bush family's candidate, Viktor Yushchenko, who won on a re-vote because the
Mitofsky exit polls detected fraud, is married to Kateryna Chumachanko, a
former Reagan White House official and daughter of right-wing Ukrainian exiles.
Chumachanko was accused of being a CIA operative by her husband's political
opponents, according to the Washington Post.
Do we simply ignore all the signs of election theft in the
U.S. and accept the bizarre axiom that the universal laws of statistics that
reveal fraud in the Ukraine somehow stop at the United States border?
Fitrakis is Editor of the Free Press and
was on the legal team that filed Moss v. Bush and Moss v. Moyer to
challenge the election results in Ohio.
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