Bush, Poppies, JFK and Zion
George Bush Senior, aka Poppy Bush [“poppies,” as in follow the heroin trail], aka Magog, aka the White Rose, was undeniably in Dallas on the day of the JFK assassination, and undeniably in the CIA at the time (the same agency Kennedy said he would “splinter the CIA into a thousand pieces and scatter it into the winds.”)
Here’s a slightly modified shot of that criminal at work. There’s an excellent article by Tom Flocco with all the details, includes photo of that criminal (i.e., Bush) standing outside the infamous schoolbook depository.
Finally, for those who haven’t seen it yet, below is [imagery associated with] John Hankey’s exposé of Poppy Bush’s myriad of links to the JFK murder, which he attempts to present as one might present an indictment to a grand jury. Should you find a copy, remember to watch critically!
Major Update [06/17/10]: Since this article was written, I have been contacted and informed that while Hankey may present an interesting case, he is guilty of playing rather loosely with quite a few of the facts surrounding the case. And personally, I’ve heard him [Hankey] say some suspect things while being interviewed. Hence, I present this counter-point for your consideration:
I am of the opinion, as of recently, that the Kennedy Assassination, much like the events of 9/11, was a carefully executed ritual, and designed to keep people researching, debating and arguing forever, while the criminals responsible for such an act, are left untouched by an sense of justice.
The two above links, are in my opinion, radical yet intriguing perspectives of what happened. As I am learning, sometimes, the most insane of scenarios, especially when dealing with the psychopaths that stage such events, may be probable.
The important thing, is that we learn to look at all information critically, regardless of where it’s coming from and form our own opinion.
|This article may not necessarily reflect the present views of The Celtic Rebel, and has been left in the archive to show stages in growth and development of The Rebel Path.|
Note: Despite that my blog has taken an entirely new direction since the days of my own regurgitation (when this article was originally written), I chose to revise it rather than delete it. It, as with everything else in my life, has been part of my self-growth process.