Bush is not a nazi, stop calling him one!

Al Diablito aldiablito@hotmail.com
Mon, 13 Jan 2003 12:08:00 -0500

This wasn't a pro-Bush post. The subject is sarcastic, as it is in the clip. 
  Your facts are in general agreement with it. Sorry for the confusion... 
watch the clip and you'll see.

>From: Elias Sinderson <elias@cse.ucsc.edu>
>Reply-To: fork@xent.com
>To: fork@xent.com
>Subject: Re: Bush is not a nazi, stop calling him one!
>Date: Fri, 10 Jan 2003 10:34:57 -0800
>The president may not be a nazi, but as I understand it his grandfather 
>Prescott was, or at least had strong ties to the nazi party and their 
>industiral war machine via Unioni Bank, Brown Brothers, Harriman bank, the 
>Hamburg-Amerika Steamship line, Standard Oil of Germany and nazi banker 
>Fritz Thyssen. The
>As far as I can tell the whole family is pretty much worthless and I 
>wouldn't trust any one of them in a position of power. Note also the ties 
>between the presidents father (really the whole Bush family) and Bin Laden 
>via several businesses relationships such as the Carlyle Group, Arbusto 
>Energy,  BCCI, etc. Not to mention his propping up of the Hussein regime 
>through BCCI, and BNL (Banco Nazionale del Lavoro).
>Don't even get me started on Iran-Contra, the Sandinistas in Nicaragua, 
>etc. What should be very, very clear to everyone is that the Bush family 
>has a long and soiled history of maintaining relationships with people who 
>kill Americans. I would assert that evidence of these things should be 
>adequate grounds for preventing someone from running for (presidential, 
>other?) office, if not outright criminal prosecution.
>Numerous references available upon request, I really don't have the time 
>Al Diablito wrote:
>>An actually cool piece of Flash. There are two parts here, so it may seem 
>>over at one point, but it will continue after a couple seconds.

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