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  Decade of the 1970's

The U.S. Intelligence community is engaged in a psychic arms race with Russia. They are conducting mind control experiments and researching all kinds of psychic phenomena. Thus they were interested in Scientology exteriorization tech and other OT phenomena.

Hal Puthoff works for the National Security Agency (NSA). He joins Scientology and goes up to OT 3. After that he goes straight into the CIA-spawned "Remote Viewing Program" at Stanford Research Institute (SRI) in Palo Alto, California.

Thus the Russians and Americans were both investigating the subject of psychic phenomena being used as a weapon. This is called Psychic Warfare and the subject includes psychic spying and psychic influencing.

"Remote Viewing" is a euphemism for psychic spying. Thus the interest in the Scientology OT levels because these offered exteriorization abilities. Many of the Remote Viewing experiments conducted at SRI were done by a Scientology OT who could exteriorize. These were called OOB experiments, meaning Out Of Body experiments.

The CIA interest in exteriorization was to be able to have CIA agents who could exteriorize and go around the world and spy for them.

The ability to "Remote View" was not limited to exteriorization. A person can also stay in his body and send out some of his awareness to a distance location and view what is there.

Psychic Warfare is not limited to Psychic Spying. There is also using psychic abilities as an offensive weapon. This subject is called psychic influencing. This means the non-verbal communication of putting a thought or emotion into the mind of another, similar to esp. For example, let's say a Russian psychic might try to influence American politics by placing thoughts into the mind of the American President.

Machines have also been developed for use in psychic influencing and when a machine is being used it is called psychotronics. These machines have not only been invented, they have been put to use, and Psychic Warfare is being waged currently.

The capabilities of these machines are astounding. For example, they can send out microwaves that effect population masses to have the same thought or emotion, or to cause cancer, heart attacks and other ills.

The other two key participants in the SRI "Remote Viewing Program" were Ingo Swann and Pat Price. Price was an OT 4 and Swann was an OT 7.

These three OTs conducted experiments to scientifically document and prove the phenomena of exteriorization.

The scientific method used to document exteriorization was this:

Ingo Swann and Pat Price would have their bodies physically located at SRI in Palo Alto.
A team of scientists would leave Palo Alto and go to some other physical location in the world. Swann and Price would exteriorize and go to the site of the remote scientists and take a look. Swann and Price would then return to their bodies in Palo Alto and accurately describe the location of the remote scientists in some other part of the world.

In addition to the exteriorization experiments, they conducted experiments that scientifically proved that an OT could influence a magnetic field with his thought.

Records of all of these experiments were kept and Puthoff then wrote a book about the experiments, entitled "Remote Viewing."

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  Decade of the 1970s

Anti-Cult front groups started in an effort to destroy new religions

From the book ...and the truth shall set you free by David Icke:

A prime example of the "buzz word" approach to mind manipulation is the term cult. The plan has been to engineer events and propaganda which devalue the word cult in the public mind and then, once that is achieved, to apply the label cult to any group or organization which the Elite wish to discredit or destroy. They have used events to turn the word cult into a much narrower meaning - dangerous religious "nutters", brainwashed and programmed to worship a messiah figure.

The plan is well advanced in feeding the public mind with such messages to the point where anything labeled a cult is subject to a reflex action response of: "Dangerous nutters -something must be done." There are three ways you can manipulate events to suit that plan. You can set up the cult from the start and control the whole thing; you can infiltrate with agents provocateur who then act in ways which discredit the innocent members, or you can simply blame a group of people or sect for something they did not do.

Two events which have been enormously successful in poisoning the public to the word cult have been the Jonestown Massacre of 1978 and Waco in 1993.

An estimated 900 people died at Jonestown on November 18th 1978, in what was said to have been a "mass suicide" achieved through cyanide poisoning and shooting. At Waco in Texas 15 years later, we were asked to believe the same official story of a "mass suicide" by the Branch Davidian sect run by its messiah figure, David Koresh.

One of the main financial backers of Jonestown was Dr Lawrence Layton senior, who was formerly in charge of research and development at one of the US Army's top chemical and biological warfare research centers at the Dugway Proving Ground in Utah.
His wife's fortune came, in part, from the I.G. Farben cartel. Their son, Lawrence Layton Jr., was in the sect firing squad which executed Congressional Representative, Leo Ryan, who had traveled to Jonestown to investigate People's Temple.

Ryan was seriously unpopular with the CIA. He had co-authored the Hughes-Ryan Amendment which obliged the CIA to give Congress prior notice of covert operations. There is also evidence that Jonestown was a mind control experiment and a part of MKUltra. The links between Jonestown, MKUltra, and Nazi-style ideology are explored by Michael Meiers in "Was Jonestown A CIA Medical Experiment? A Review Of The Evidence".

In the light of this background to the cult tragedies, it is important that "cult-buster" groups are questioned and investigated just as much as the "cults" they attack. These groups have sprung up all over the world. I can understand the motivation behind some of them because there are mind-controlling sects preying on the emotions of people, particularly the young, and many, if not most, of these can be linked with the intelligence agencies. They are part of problem-reaction-solution with the Elite creating or exploiting the "cult" and controlling the opposition to them, the "cult-busters." One of the latter is the American-based Cult Awareness Network (CAN), a front for the Anti-Defamation League.

Glenn Krawczyk, a freelance writer and former researcher with the satellite TV science programme, Beyond 2000, has made a study of CAN, and his findings were published in the October-November 1994 edition of Nexus magazine. He found one of the prime movers behind CAN is Doctor Louis Jolyn West, who is connected to a similar group called the American Family Foundation.

West proposed a Center for the Study and Reduction of Violence, at which he planned to treat "undesirable behaviour" with the latest neuropsychiatric and genetic manipulation techniques. Fortunately the California legislature could see what was happening and labeled the idea, "Nazi science". West knew all about that because he had been, as confirmed by CIA records, a long time operative on the agency's mind control programmes, including MKUltra. Dr. West's specialties include interrogation using deprivation techniques, hypnosis and psychoactive drugs, behavior modification through electrical stimulation of the brain, and electronic devices to track and monitor his victims.

One of West's cronies was, Dr Martin Orne, a former head of the Office of Naval Research's Committee on Hypnosis... Significantly, it was during Dr Jolly West's campaign for the "behaviour modification" unit in California in 1974, that the Symbionese Liberation Army came to public prominence when they kidnapped Patricia Hearst, the daughter of newspaper tycoon, Randolf Hearst. Later Patricia Hearst was given a mental examination by two "experts" on brainwashing... Dr Louis Jolyn West and Dr Martin Orne, of the Cult Awareness Network.

The Church of Scientology was named by former CIA officer, Miles Copeland, as one of two religious-type groups with which the CIA made "arrangements." The Elite make sure they work through both sides whenever possible, in this case the "cult" and the "cult- busters." In doing so they control the actions and events the public mind sees and absorbs.

This same technique is being used against investigators into the global conspiracy. As more of the web and background is unravelled, there is a desperate need by the Elite to discredit this information by discrediting the messengers. It is a technique known as "Ad Hominem" - if a truth you don't like is being communicated, attack the messenger, not the message.


West is also involved in the CIA "remote viewing" programme at Stanford Research Institute in the 1970s. The connection between the CIA's mind control programme and Psychic Warfare is obvious. Psychotronics is a method of mind control for use on either individuals or mass populations.

The fact that CIA mind-control psychiatrist Jolly West is a backer of the Cult Awareness Network is SICK. Any so-called "mind control" being practiced by so-called "cults", is child's play compared to the REAL mind control being practiced by government intelligence agencies. West has no room to point a finger at anyone for practicing mind control.

Finally - this is an obvious case of how the anti-cult movement is an Intelligence agency operation to rid society of those groups which may stand in the way of the plans of the Global Enslavers. Agent provocateurs incite people in society to join in on the attack, and those who do are DUPE agents - meaning they are working unknowingly as intelligence agents themselves to forward the plans of the Global Enslavers - without realizing they are doing so - thinking they support some just cause.

This is not to say some of these minority religions or groups are not in need of some Reforms in some cases. But when the intention is to destroy such groups, rather than Reform them - then you have gone too far - and religious freedom is dead.

Attacking their religious teachings is wrong. Even if those teachings are "false". Freedom of religion includes the freedom to believe in "false" teachings. Did Jesus walk on water?
Some would say that's false. But, true or not - Christians have a right to believe it. And, Christians believing that Jesus walked on water, even if he did not - is NOT A CRIME.

The effort to Reform certain religious groups should be limited to their criminal acts.

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  On 24 May 1973, the New York Times publishes details of a 1970 White House plan for massive domestic espionage that was allegedly abandoned because of opposition from then-FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover. The Times reports that a secret White House intelligence unit had been established instead.

Encyclopedia Britannica Book of the Year World Chronology, 1965-1983

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  Circa 1970

I have a new system worked out to knock them out no matter what they do.

We started telling them to investigate newspaper reporters who wrote against us - a lot of them bribed, freelancers bought, a lot of officials on this line. Had to figure out how to hurt these guys and still stay legal. They have a vulnerability already worked - several guys have lost their jobs over this. How could they be hurt - all you have to do is spot it, figure out how to cost them their jobs and make them lose it.

We have some trouble getting the real background dope on these guys but they do pick up what the guy is doing in present time. So we change the procedure to spot it and cost them their jobs every time.

Extracts from an LRH Communication (circa 1970)

Note: The above is one of the issues in the Intelligence Bureau Hat.

10 Mar
  Despatch to the GWW 10 March 1970 Concerning Intelligence (author likely is LRH)

I think there is every possibility that I have located the central agency which is inspiring the international attacks on Scientology. As you know we have not been able to locate the, what I have called Tenyaka Memorial, the overall plan in the files of various organizations or offices. We have not spotted the school where these people are trained and we have not spotted the actual direct live correspondence which must exist somewhere in the world.

In about 1964 I did a schema or schematic which would indicate it had to be an international agency and had certain other characteristics and I did the exact type of attack pattern which repeats itself in every country and it led me to a conclusion that it was directed from some place high up and that it had a central operational headquarters.

In review it followed the lines of first there was an income tax assault, then followed up by some health agency. This is followed by some press stunt or campaign and then there's a parliamentary contact and connection and an outcry demanding an enquiry and then certain false allegations are made which are never disclosed and the campaign falls into full swing in order to batter us down, exhaust our funds and to get a ban of some sort on us.

Looking over these various channels I came to the conclusion in about 1955 that it would have to be some kind of intelligence organization - but I didn't take it too seriously and in 1964 I came definitely to that conclusion....

...the reason the enemy makes any progress at all is his central headquarters and the actual correspondence, the actual directions, the actual plans, orders and issues of the attack have not been detected. When we got as far as the World Federation of Mental Health and the National Associations of Mental Health we were on a very good track - but all of a sudden the trail went blank. Although evidence was very fruitful that they were the instigators of this attack, their headquarters where they trained people, where the central plans were kept and so on could not be located.

On a completely different channel I have just had to review the subject of public relations... The textbook is Effective Public Relations written by Scott Cutlip and Alan Center. I will give you a resume of the textbook basic outline, but it is enough here to state that amazingly all of the characteristics which comprise the attack which we experienced are thought to be by the experts in this field, public relations. The campaign, the conduct of the press, the getting rid of adversaries is even mentioned in the text and lobbying -

An intelligence group would have long since pressed home the attack on other grounds... but a PR company would not think in these terms - they just go on perpetually because they are collecting money for doing what they are doing.

Now, on studying this thing further, I find amazingly enough, that there are definite connections with regard to the National Association of Mental Health and the World Federation of Mental Health in that they do employ a PR activity. Everything the enemy is doing would be embraced in what is modernly considered to be a public relations company or activity.

Therefore for this and other reasons I'm convinced that our Tenyaka Memorial ... that plan of campaign against Scientology, all files, all correspondence, all training and everything else is resident in a PR firm which has International connections. Whatever agency they use must have International connections and must be engaged in lobbying.

Correct Intelligence target - LRH - find the Source of the attacks

16 Jul
  HCOB 16 July 1970 The Psychiatrist At Work

The psychiatrist has masters. His principle organization, World Federation of Mental Health, and its members, the National Associations of Mental Health, the "American" Psychiatric Association and the "American" Psychological Association are directly connected to Russia.

Even the British Broadcasting Company has stated that psychiatry and the KGB (Russian Secret Police) operate in direct collusion.

A member of the WFMH sits on every major "Advisory Council" of the UK government, to name but one government. Ministers of Health or Health Authorities are members of the National Association or the WFMH.

The psychiatrist has masters.

L. Ron Hubbard

-- Sep
  And in September of 1970 came OT VII.

Research and Discovery Series Vol 1 pg 701

15 Sep
  New York Times article:

Chimp's Brain Signals Itself by Computer

Direct two-way radio communication between an animal's brain and a computer has been established for the first time. The computer, programmed to recognize special characteristics... returned a control signal to another part of the brain... Stimulated by the control signal, the latter part of the brain internally turned off the brain activity originally sensed by the computer.

The new work represents the first time that a two-way radio network has been devised, in

which the brain itself determines the outside signals it receives without using the senses as intermediaries to convey information to the brain. "We are now talking to the brain without the participation of the senses," said Dr. Delgado... "This is a pure and direct communication ... I call it non-sensory communication."

All of this has prompted talk of "push-button people" and of dictators controlling the brains of whole armies.

...Dr. Delgado has developed what he calls a "stimoceiver." This is a miniaturized combination radio transmitter, receiver and electrical stimulator...

Dr. Delgado's work was supported by the Air Force until recently, when it was decided that it had no direct military application. Congress recently forbade the armed forces from supporting nonmilitary research.

A number of researchers, including Dr. Delgado, have permanently implanted electrodes in human beings. One of the leaders in this field is Dr. Robert Heath at Tulane University in New Orleans.

Dr. Delgado recognizes that the philosophical implications of this kind of work are as great as the medical. "We must create a future man with greater personal freedom and originality - a member of a psychocivilized society, happier, less destructive and better balanced than present man."

17 Sep
  New York Times article:


If the late George Orwell were writing a sequel to "1984" today, he would probably reject as archaic the propaganda techniques for controlling people's minds described in his famous anti-Utopian classic. Today, for example, he might envisage a society in which a newborn baby's first experience would be neurosurgery, an operation in which the child's brain was fitted with miniaturized radio devices connected to every major center controlling reason and emotion.

Children in such a society might be raised as flesh-and-blood electrical toys, whose ideas and behavior were directed by computer signals. Any aberrant or heretical ideas would be transmitted to the computer, which would be programmed to take appropriate action, to restore control.

If this is still fantasy, it is not so fantastic as it was before Dr. Jose M.R. Delgado of Yale reported his latest work. By fitting radio equipment into a chimpanzee's brain, he has developed a technique which permits a computer to make a specific change in the test animal's brain waves.

That represents at least a first step down the road toward the nightmare vision of a brain-controlled population. Over the past decade Dr. Delgado has reported using electrical stimulation to stop a charging bull, to make a female monkey reject her children and to perform other similar feats. Dr. Delgado himself some years ago said that experimental evidence seems to "support the distasteful conclusion that motion, emotion and behavior can be directed by electrical forces and that humans can be controlled like robots by push-buttons."

-- Nov
  But the Scientologists weren't the only people guilty of deceit. In the U.S., devious actions against Scientology were underway. President Nixon had put Scientology on his "Enemies List," and the Internal Revenue Service began to make life difficult for Scientologists. The CIA passed reports (some speculative and inaccurate) on Scientology through U.S. consulates to foreign governments. These underhand tactics all eventually backfired, making sensible measures curbing the Church of Scientology's abuses more difficult.

A Piece of Blue Sky by Jon Atack

Incorrectly included false reports on Scientology - CIA


Every one of the groups and individuals on Nixon's enemies list were destroyed.

15 Nov
  An article on Jose Delgado appears in New York Times magazine:

Brain Researcher Jose Delgado Asks - What Kind of Humans Would We Like to Construct?

"We are going to talk about love and war and hate," begins the professor, Dr. Jose M. R. Delgado of the Yale University School of Medicine. The class is an undergraduate course at Yale. "We have a new way to study behavior, a new methodology which we have developed..." It is E.S.B.- electrical stimulation of the brain.

A few days earlier... the New York Times ran a front-page story on Dr. Delgado...
It described his most recent accomplishment: the establishment of direct nonsensory communication between the computer and the brain of a chimp. This study was the latest in a series of experiments involving two-way radio-wave contact with the brains of freely interacting animals. Because it clearly demonstrates that behavior can be influenced by remote radio command, this research has been seen by some as posing an ultimate threat to human freedom and integrity.

"The human race," he says, "is at an evolutionary turning point. We're very close to having the power to construct our own mental functions, through knowledge of genetics (which I think will be complete in the next 25 years): and through a knowledge of the cerebral mechanisms which underlie our behavior. The question is what sort of humans would we like to construct?"

Delgado glances at his watch: "Come, I will show you around: I must hurry: I'm leaving for Zurich in two days."

We go across the hall... into a large room full of equipment. Here, the two electronics engineers on Delgado's staff are at work. "How are you coming along?" asks Delgado...
also, he checks over drawings of an improved transdermal (under the skin) brain stimulator.

Delgado turns into a room at the left, the laboratory of his new young assistant, freshly arrived from Germany.

Delgado goes into one room, opening the cage of a female monkey named Linda. He parts the hair on her shoulder, revealing an almost invisible transdermal brain stimulator. "Linda has been wearing this for over a year now: it's very important in its implication for humans. One of the real difficulties with humans is the cosmetic one. This transdermal can be placed below the skin and sealed forever, so that there are no unsightly plugs or equipment showing. We're working now on another one that would be even smaller."

"We are," says Delgado, "only in the middle stages of our understanding of Electronic
Stimulation of the Brain, but we know that it can delay a heartbeat, move a finger, bring a word to memory, evoke a sensation."

Jose, the second of three boys (his older brother is a staff member of the United Nations) ... in 1950, he was invited to Yale by the famed neurophysiologist John Fulton.

In the early nineteen-twenties, Hans Berger, a German psychiatrist, first recorded the electrical activity of the human brain. Berger's electroencephalograms (E.E.G.'s) were made by attaching electrodes to the outside of the scalp. Shortly after Berger first recorded brainwaves, the Swiss neurophysiologist W.R. Hess implanted very fine, stainless steel electrodes deep within the brain of a cat. Hess introduced a mild electrical impulse... and the cat suddenly behaved as if threatened by a dog. Evidently, nerve cells associated with emotions of rage had been activated.

Hess's experiment raised some excited speculations. It was known that certain areas of the brain controlled specific functions such as speech, sight, the flexing of an arm and leg muscles. But emotions were not thought to be represented specifically - was it possible that there were areas or centers in the brain which corresponded to the different emotional states? Electronic Stimulation of the Brain seemed to offer a way to study the mechanisms of emotions...

Delgado's early work at Yale was done with cats, and then increasingly with the far more intelligent and interesting monkey. Under the influence of Electronic Stimulation of the Brain, the animals performed like electric toys. By pushing the right button we could make a monkey open or shut his eyes, turn his head, move his tongue, flex his limbs. He could be made to yawn, sneeze, hop.

Electronic Stimulation of the Brain can evoke not only simple but complicated behaviors which may be performed in sequence.

Stimulation of certain brain areas has caused animals to increase the amount of food they eat by as much as 1000 per cent, while E.S.B. at hunger-inhibiting points will make starving monkeys and cats turn away from food. The tickling of a few electric volts can send a monkey into a deep sleep, or snap him awake.

Sometimes it may happen that the voluntary impulse of an animal opposes an electronically evoked movement such as raising of a foreleg: in that case, the movement might not occur. "But," Delgado says, "by increasing the intensity of stimulation it is always possible to get the animal to respond as directed."

Similarly, human beings are unable to resist motor responses elicited by E.S.B.

In 1954, Delgado, working with Warren Roberts and Neal Miller, the well-known psychologist, demonstrated that E.S.B. in certain brain areas which produce rage responses could act as a powerful punishment. A few months after the Delgado-Roberts- Miller study was published, a young Canadian, James Olds, began wondering... If there were "pain centers" in the brain, were there also areas devoted to the perception of pleasure?

Olds's subsequent large-scale studies of rats with electrodes in this "pleasureful area" found that they preferred E.S.B above all else - including water, sex and food. Even when famished, they would run toward a stimulating lever faster than they would run toward food.

Delgado, among others, later confirmed the existence of "reward areas" in the brain of the monkey. "In humans, also... states of arousal and pleasure have been evoked. One patient of ours was a rather reserved 30 year-old woman... she had electrodes implanted in her right temporal lobe. E.S.B. at one cerebral point made her suddenly confess her passionate regard for the therapist - whom she had never seen before. She grabbed his hands and kissed them and told him how grateful she was for what he was doing for her. When stimulation was over, she was as poised and distant as ever..."

Delgado... developed an instrument called a stimoceiver. This was, as its name implies, both a brain stimulator and brain wave receiver; it could send stimulations by remote radio command on three channels and receive E.E.G. recordings on three channels. "The old dream of an individual overpowering the strength of a dictator by remote control has come true," laughs Delgado...

Two years after developing the stimoceiver he and his invention made world headlines when Delgado took part in a "bullfight" in Spain. Delgado... waved a heavy red cape in the air. The bull lowered his head and charged through the dust. But, as the animal bore down on him, Delgado pressed a small button on the radio transmitter in his hand: the bull braked to a halt.

When the professor pressed another button, the bull turned away and trotted docilely toward the high wooden barrier. This disquieting demonstration of the power of brain stimulation aroused a flurry of speculation about the possibilities of remote-controlled behavior.

Crank letters are not likely to stop arriving after Delgado's recent announcement that he has established two-way, nonsensory communication between the brain and the computer. In the experiment a young chimp named Paddy was equipped with 100 electrodes implanted in his brain... Paddy, in the company of three other chimpanzees, was left to roam about an artificial, moat-surrounded island...

In the meanwhile, a computer standing nearby was programmed to receive radio signals which were broadcasts of electrical activity from the chimp's brain and to respond to certain waves called spindles. The spindles are correlated with agressiveness and excitement... In response to each spindle, the computer was instructed to deliver a radio stimulation to Paddy's central gray.

Within two hours, spindling had diminished by 50 per cent. A few days later, there were practically no spindles at all. Paddy's behavior changed also. He was less aggressive, his appetite waned, he sat around lazily with visitors or with the other chimps. "In this case, we were able to get one area of the brain to communicate with the other," Delgado says,

"Soon, with the aid of the computer, we may have direct contact between two different brains - without the participation of the senses."

"One of the implications of this study," explains Delgado, "is that unwanted patterns of brain activity - for instance those correlated with assaultive or antisocial activity - could be recognized by the computer before they ever reached consciousness in order to trigger pacification of the subject."

Delgado looks forward to a time "not very far in the future" when cerebral pacemakers... will treat illnesses such as Parkinson's disease, anxiety, fear, obsessions, violent behavior, by direct stimulation of the brain. This would all take place below the level of perception, without the person's conscious awareness.

What is the choice? Does it lie on the one hand between spiraling violence and continuous outbreaks of aggression and war, and, on the other hand, the development of a race of electrical toys whose every antisocial impulse could be neatly nipped by the computer before it ever became realized in the form of behavior? In his intriguing, troubling book, "Physical Control of the Mind," Delgado carefully explores the implications of E.S.B.

"The possibility of scientific annihilation of personal identity, or even worse, its purposeful control, has sometimes been considered a future threat more awful than atomic holocaust," he writes. "The prospect of any degree of physical control of the mind provokes a variety of objections: theological objections because it affects free will, moral objections because it affects individual responsibility, ethical objections because it may block self-defense mechanisms, philosophical objections because it threatens personal identity."

According to Dr. Morton Reiser, chairman of the Yale department of psychiatry, there are "probably some frightening potentials" in Delgado's work. "If you can use computer technology to send an unmanned space satellite to the moon, then it doesn't seem utterly impossible that one day our computers will be sophisticated enough to be used to put thoughts in people's heads."

New York Times Magazine dated 15 November 1970

09 Dec
  George Bush is called to the White House to meet with Nixon and talk about a post as Assistant to the President "with a wide range of unspecified general responsibilities," according to a White House memo initialed by H.R. Haldemann.

George Bush: the Unauthorized Biography, a book by Webster G. Tarpley & Anton Chaitkin, on the web at

11 Dec
  George Bush's appointment by Richard Nixon to the cabinet post of US Ambassador to the United Nations is announced. He remains in that position until January 1973. Henry Kissinger is, reportedly, his boss.

George Bush: the Unauthorized Biography, a book by Webster G. Tarpley & Anton Chaitkin, on the web at

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