Nazi in the United States Senate
By David Truskoff
28 November, 2006
In 1952 when I built my first
house in Connecticut USA my Father came to visit me.
" Very nice house, "he
said. (He was a proud member of the builders union) "But David
why in Connecticut"
"The people here are
all crazy. They sent a Nazi to the United States Senate. A Nazi who
supported and got rich from doing business with the madman Hitler.
My father lost many of his
relatives in Byelorussia during the Nazi rampage in that country. Naturally
he followed the war news very closely and that day he told me about
Roosevelt passing the "Trading with the enemy act in 1942 and how
the U.S. confiscated the Prescot Bush holdings in a Nazi banking group.
Until then I had never heard about that and I could hardly believe it.
How could voters, less than ten years after that horrible war send such
a man to the U.S. Senate?
On November 8th 2006, following
the U.S. elections I thought about my father. I remembered when he took
me to Union City New Jersey, not far from where we lived to see the
German American Bund march through the streets swastikas and all. "You
should go to Hell," My father would shout at them along with some
choice words in Russian.
Yes, I thought about that
day because I could easily equate the Jewish community that sent Joe
Lieberman back to the U.S. Senate with the German American Bund. They
are the same kind of blind faith followers.
Almost the entire country
voted against the war in Iraq, but Connecticut sent the leading warmonger
and blind faith Israel supporter back to the senate. They knew who and
what he was. They voted for him anyway just as they did in 1952 for
Prescot Bush,the grandfather of our President. Most people the world
over are only what the media makes them and the media in Connecticut
supported Prescot Bush and recently. Lieberman.
Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
tells us that Prescot Bush came under fire in the Meuse-Argonne
offensive. Controversially, Bush wrote home about receiving
medals for heroic exploits. His letters were later published in Columbus
newspapers, but were retracted a few weeks later when it was revealed
that he, in fact, had not received such medals. The retraction was made
in a cable in which Bush stated that his earlier letter had been written
"in a spirit of fun" and was not intended for publication.
Is lying passed down genetically?
Loftus has said, "As a former federal prosecutor,
I would make a case for Prescott Bush, his father-in-law (George Walker)
Harriman [to be prosecuted] for giving aid and comfort
to the enemy. They remained on the boards of these companies knowing
that they were of financial benefit to the nation of Germany."
Ben Aris in Berlin, and Duncan
Campbell in Washington wrote for the Saturday September 25, 2004 issue
of the The Guardian "New
documents, many of which were only declassified last year, show that
even after America had entered the war and when there was already significant
information about the Nazis' plans and policies, he worked for and profited
from companies closely involved with the very German businesses that
financed Hitler's rise to power. It has also been suggested that the
money he made from these dealings helped to establish the Bush family
fortune and set up its political dynasty.
As a young man I wondered
how in hell the German people ever let insane Nazism happen to their
country. When I had German prisoners aboard our ship during the war,
I asked them that question, They shook their heads and looked down.
Later one rated man said, "It’s a sickness. Someone tells
you you are better than others and you like to hear it so you follow."
Simple enough. It is the
fuel of all religion and politics. It is also the wind that
keeps the wild fires of greed
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