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Tuesday, July 01, 2003

Got Conspiracy? This one is good: A Telegraph article from last October says that IRA spies in the British government obtained transcripts of conversations between Bush and Blair. Sherman H. Skolnick, whom Polizeros calls "a perpetual gadfly, conspiracy buff, and just when you think he's nuts you discover something he's been railing about for years is true," claims to know what is in those transcripts. Here are the juicy parts (my emphasis):

[1] In discussions with British Prime Minister Tony Blair, George W. Bush admits he is greatly troubled by suppressed documents of the American CIA proving there is no danger by Saddam Hussein and no basis for a pre-emptive military attack by the U.S. aided by the British on Iraq. Blair and Bush discuss the oil question. Namely, that in several years Saudi oil reserves will have passed their peak. On the other hand, Iraq has huge untapped oil reserves.

In the past, Texaco got a lof of their crude oil from Iraq. As a result of a bankruptcy situation caused by a monstrous court judgment against Texaco by Pennzoil, that Pennzoil has a great financial interest in Texaco. The Bush Family historically have been financially interwoven with the founders of Pennzoil. Texas state high court judges, beholden to the Bush Family, reportedly were corrupted to nail down the largest court judgment in U.S. history, eleven billion dollar verdict by Pennzoil against Texaco, causing Texaco to petition the bankruptcy court for protection. The U.S. Supreme Court, beholden to the Reagan/Bush Administration, refused to grant a remedy to Texaco.

[2] As apparently shown by the secret transcripts and other stolen documents, George W. Bush expressed his concern to Blair who agreed that Saddam Hussein, if left in power, and alive, is in a position to blackmail the Bush Family....

If that's not enough to get you to read all of Skolnick's article, let me just add that it mentions the Queen of England, Ronald Reagan, Alan Greenspan, Timothy McVeigh, Osama bin Laden, and Hillary Clinton. Something for everyone!