Friday, June 08, 2007

Bandar Bush



Follow the money -- follow the Bush family's ties to "Bandar Bush," Prince Bandar bin Sultan bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud (b. 3/2/1949). Oil, money, weapons. Kraftwerk soundtrack. Manipulation of pump prices.

I'm not a conspiracy theorist, but facts are facts, and the following questions are legitimate in the land of the free, home of the brave.

What was Prince Bandar's role in the Persian Gulf War? What is his role in the Iraq War? What is the Saudi-Al-Qaeda connection? Why did nineteen Saudis launch kamikaze attacks against the USA on 9/11/2001?

Let's let Paris Hilton be for a while. Let's put the spotlight on the Bush-Saudi connections, and on the real motives of their real enemies.



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5 comments:

the walking man said...

I have been trying to shine that light for a long time. Bush says as soon as he becomes president "we are going to fill up the national reserves of oil and before you know it the price is climbing and climbing and they say its the speculators doing it but the first year alone the royal house of Saud pocketed 50,000,000,000 in profit over the year before and the big four oil companies didn't do much worse.

Every time GW tried his hand at the oil business; the company he chaired failed but mysteriously millions of dollars appeared to bail him out or his brother Jeb's shady dealings same things out of thin air millions more. Well folks it wasn't daddy bailing out the kids, his daddy didn't leave him THAT kind of cash.

Follow the dough folks and see who really is baking the cookies and getting free national defense in the process.

Erik Donald France said...

Yes, Walking Man (Mark) -- and I want to thank you big time for inspiuring me to finally move on this one. The British connections are equally grotesque to the point that Blair actually halted (last year) an investigation into the shady Bandar-brokered arms deal with the UK during Iran-Iraq. Is it any wonder the Iranians want nukes? Money and might is all that counts, apparently.

Anonymous said...

The Bandar cover-up: who knew what, and when?

Attorney general urged to clarify role in concealing $1bn payments to prince

David Leigh and Rob Evans
Saturday June 9, 2007
The Guardian

The government was last night fighting to contain the fallout over £1bn in payments to a Saudi prince as the attorney general came under renewed pressure to explain how much he knew about the affair.

While in public the government was issuing partial denials about its role in the controversy, in private there were desperate efforts to secure a new BAE £20bn arms deal with Saudi Arabia.

And any hopes that the furore could be halted were dashed last night when the Guardian learned that the world's anti-corruption organisation, the OECD, was poised to resume its own inquiry into why the British government suddenly abandoned its investigations into the £43bn al-Yamamah arms deal.

Danny Tagalog said...

Excellent post.

It isn't pleasant to do this kind of posting, but it just has to be done.

It is the moves of an Establishment which has escaped evasion due to that phrase 'conspiract theorist' being bandied at people who delve into such facts. And there are also many who may well be placed to rubbish people dealing in unwholesome facts.

Look at the Icke man - he who made his name talking about environmental issues, but then wenty live on BBC and exclaimed himself to be the son of God. Then, after being ridiculed, he took on so-called 'conspiracy' topics and by his association with them - made them all the more 'ridioculous' in the public eye.

It's obvious that Power Holders want to retain the reign/reins - but we good, trusting souls often cannot imagine that leaders can really be so corrupt.

People really should shout out more.

Bubs said...

Excellent post. Maybe if Prince Bandar showed up drunk at more red carpet events, not wearing underwear, the MSM would pay more attention to this.