Saturday, January 12, 2008

Bush's Auschwitz Apology Just More Hypocrisy

George W. Bush stood in front of Israel's Holocaust Memorial yesterday, staring at the aerial photographs of the Nazi death camp of Auschwitz. His eyes teared up, it has been reported and he supposedly told Secretary of State Rice that the United States should have bombed the camps, or it's railroad tracks during the days of World War Two. It would seem to the world at large to be a somber moment of remembering the murdered victims of Hitler's monstrous regime, except for the fact that the Bush family helped to finance the rise of Hitler and his Third Reich, and directly benefited from the slave labor that occurred at the Auschwitz compound itself.

Let's tear open that old wound shall we?

Without going into all of the details of how Prescott Bush, the current President's grandfather, and former President Daddy Bush's father, financed through Brown Brothers Harriman and the Union Banking Corporation, the rise of Hitler to power, and even funded the Nazi war machine until the assets of the corporations were finally seized under the Trading With The Enemy Act, let's just concentrate on the Auschwitz angle, since this President, our glorious leader, brought up the subject in the first place.

Prescott Bush became Hitler's banker when he became the banker for Fritz Thyssen, a powerful Nazi industrialist, who had a great many holdings in Germany in the fields of producing steel, coal, railroads, and oh yeah, Zyklon B gas. The conglomerate put together by Thyssen was named I.G. Farben after he consolidated all of the corporations he owned in Germany into a huge organization. It's also the reason that the Auschwitz camp was located where it was in the first place. To be near the factories that produced the Zyklon B gas that made use of the slave labor at the camp itself, which in turn then distributed to the Nazis, that very same gas that was murdering the Jewish people, along with Bulgarians, Bavarians, or any other number of nation's peoples.

An argument has been made to the fact that the Bush family was perfectly within their rights to do business with the Nazis due to the fact that the United States had not yet entered the war. But that argument goes right out the window when one learns that even after the U.S. entry into the conflagration, the Bush family continued to be the financiers of I.G. Farben through various sources, including Union Banking, and other Wall Street concerns.

It has been noted that without the support of the Bush family, the Third Reich would have collapsed due to lack of financial backing, and there would never have been an Auschwitz or other death camps in the first place. There would have been no railroads that we did not bomb, no factories producing with slave labor the gas that was killing their own people, nor millions upon millions of dead bodies lost to the fields of Europe, Asia, Russia, or Africa.

There would not have been a Holocaust Memorial for the present day President to bemoan the facts over. A memorial to the dead that his very own family caused. Why didn't we bomb the railroads, Mr. Bush? Simple. Your family would have lost money. Why didn't we bomb the factories producing the materials needed to keep the Nazi war machine running? Because they were financed by your family.

I know that misguided and ill informed people will dismiss this entire argument, but before you do, look at some of the evidence for yourself, evidence that you will not hear from the U.S. mainstream media. Such as the testimony of Senator Homer T. Bone Senate Committee on Military Affairs, June 4, 1943. Or the in depth article in the U.K.'s Guardian Unlimited of September 25th, 2004.

Or better yet, go to all of just these few web sites, and then decide whether or not the President of the United States, the one who, along with his neo-con criminal cadre, are transforming our country into a mirror image of the Nazi state, has family ties to the Hitler regime:

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Yes, George teared up all right. But was it out of a sense of guilt, remorse for the evil perpetrated by his family? Or were they tears of nostalgia for the good old days, and for the fact that his attempts to resurrect the type of fascism the world has sought to destroy, are failing due to an ever vigilant American people, who saw through this mainstream media photo op, and are telling it like it really is? Batmanchester

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