7. George Bush, Skull & Bones
and the JFK Assassination
Rodney Stich's book "Defrauding America" tells of a
"deep-cover CIA officer" assigned to a counter-intelligence unit, code-named
Pegasus. This unit "had tape-recordings of plans to assassinate Kennedy" from a
tap on the phone of J. Edgar Hoover. The people on the tapes were "[Nelson]
Rockefeller, Allen Dulles, [Lyndon] Johnson of Texas, George Bush and J. Edgar
Could George Bush be involved in the JFK assassination?
In 1963, Bush was living in Houston, busily carrying out his duties as
president of the Zapata Offshore oil company. He denied the existence of a note
sent by the FBI's J. Edgar Hoover to "Mr. George Bush of the CIA." When news of
the note surfaced, the CIA first said they never commented on employment
questions, but later relented said yes, a "George Bush" was mentioned in the
note, but that it was "another" George Bush, not the man who took office in the
White House in 1988.
Some intrepid reporters tracked down the "other"
George Bush and discovered that he was just a lowly clerk who had shuffled
papers for the CIA for about six months. He never received any interagency
messages from anybody at the FBI, let alone the Queen Mary.
It is also
worth noting that a CIA code word for Bay of Pigs was Operation Zapata, and that
two of the support vessels were named Barbara and Houston.
Many say that
George Bush was high up on the CIA ladder at the time, running proprietorial
vehicles and placed in a position of command, responsible for many of the Cubans
recruited into "service" at the time. All through the Iran-Contra affair, Felix
Rodriguez, the man who captured and had Che Guevara killed for the CIA, always
seemed to call Bush's office first.
From The Realist (Summer,
"Bush was working with the now-famous CIA agent, Felix Rodriguez,
recruiting right-wing Cuban exiles for the invasion of Cuba. It was Bush's CIA
job to organize the Cuban community in Miami for the invasion.... A newly
discovered FBI document reveals that George Bush was directly involved in the
1963 murder of President John Kennedy. The document places marksmen by the CIA.
Bush at that time lived in Texas. Hopping from Houston to Miami weekly, Bush
spent 1960 and '61 recruiting Cubans in Miami for the
"George Bush claims he never worked for the CIA until he was
appointed Director by former Warren Commission director and then president Jerry
Ford in 1976. Logic suggests that is highly unlikely. Of course, Bush has a
company duty to deny being in the CIA. The CIA is a secret organization. No one
ever admits to being a member. The truth is that Bush has been a top CIA
official since before the 1961 invasion of Cuba, working with Felix Rodriguez.
Bush may deny his actual role in the CIA in 1959, but there are records in the
Bay of Pigs invasion of Cuba that expose Bush's role..."
On the Watergate
tapes, June 23, 1972, referred to in the media as the 'smoking gun'
conversation, Nixon and his Chief of Staff, H.R. Haldeman, were discussing how
to stop the FBI investigation into the CIA Watergate burglary. They were worried
that the investigation would expose their connection to 'the Bay of Pigs thing.'
Haldeman, in his book "The Ends of Power", reveals that Nixon always used code
words when talking about the 1963 murder of JFK. Haldeman said Nixon would
always refer to the assassination as 'the Bay of Pigs'.
transcript we find Nixon discussing the role of George Bush's partner, Robert
Mosbacher, as one of the Texas fundraisers for Nixon. On the tapes Nixon keeps
referring to the 'Cubans' and the 'Texans.' The 'Texans' were Bush, Mosbacher
and Baker. This is another direct link between Bush and evidence linking Nixon
and Bush to the Kennedy assassination."
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