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The Coincidences Keep On Coming


The Coincidences Keep On Coming.

By Ian Gurney.

While getting my daily dose of "real" news from Rense.com this morning I happened upon an article documenting "The Military records of George Walker Bush" at http://users.cis.net/coldfeet/document.htm I scrolled down the page and opened up document 30 dealing with George W Bush's suspension from flying.

This document can be found at :- http://users.cis.net/coldfeet/grounded.gif

Sure enough, the document relates that George W Bush was, on the 1st. August 1972, suspended from flying. The reason for the suspension was a failure to accomplish an annual medical examination.

Just below the documentation of Bush's suspension is another notice of suspension from flying of a major in the Texas Air National Guard. It reads as follows:- Verbal orders of the Commander on 1st. September 1972 suspending Major James R Bath, Texas Air National Guard, HQ 147 Fighter Group, Ellington Air Force Base, Houston, Texas from flying status. Reason for suspension: Failure to accomplish an annual medical examination.

Nothing unusual in that, apart from one thing. I remembered writing an article I posted on Rense.com on the 19th. December 2001 documenting the profitable symbiosis between BioPort, the US anthrax vaccine manufacturer, the bin Laden family and their investments in the Carlyle Group, one of America's most successful investment companies.

http://www.rense.com/general18/prp.htm

In paragraph 14 of the article I describe how the Bush family first became associated with the bin Ladens:-

"The story behind the Carlyle Group and the links between George Bush Sr. and the bin Ladens is interesting to say the least. Let's start at the beginning. In the 1970's, Salem Bin Laden, the eldest of Osama Bin Laden's 55 brothers and sisters, invested heavily in George H. W. Bush's first business venture, Arbusto Energy. Salem became Bush's business partner through James Bath, a close friend of the future American president. Salem appointed Bath as his representative in Houston, Texas.

It was Bath who invested $50,000 in Bush's company Arbusto and also bought Houston Gulf Airport on behalf of Osama's elder brother."

So, is this the same James Bath that was suspended from flying a month after the suspension of George W Bush? And what of the reason for Bath's suspension. Was it really "Failure to accomplish an annual medical examination" or was James Bath too busy at that time for flying, prefering instead to ingratiate himself with the bin Ladens and the Bush's for political and economic gain?

Of course the truth could be far simpler. Perhaps Bush and Bath were good friends at the Texas Air National Guard and would, from time to time, creep behind the aircraft hangars for a crafty "toke" or a quick snort of "charlie". This would, of course, explain their reluctance to take an annual medical.

© Copyright: Ian Gurney Janauary 2004. Ian Gurney is the author of the bestselling book "The Cassandra Prophecy-Armageddon Approaches" (www.caspro.com) This article may be reproduced or redistributed with this information included.

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