Like Father – Like Son – Like Brother

Jeb Bush wants to implement war-like policies: Analyst



Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush would follow his father and brother in implementing war-like policies around the world, says a former US Senate candidate.

Jeb Bush is proposing policies “like King George Herbert Walker Bush (president of the United States from 1989 to 1993), and King George W. Bush (former US president and Jeb’s brother) that we now have King Jeb Bush to implement war-like policies around the world,” said Mark Dankof, who is also a broadcaster in San Antonio, Texas.

He made the remarks in a phone interview with Press TV when asked to comment on the latest remarks by Bush to create a no-fly zone over Syria to topple President Bashar al-Assad.

In a foreign policy address at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library on Tuesday, Bush said a no-fly zone and other “safe zones” in Syria would not only help in the fight against the ISIL terrorist group, but would also help defeat the Syrian government.

“In the first place, Mr. Bush needs to understand that being involved in creating a no-fly zone over Syria is illegal,” Dankof said Wednesday.

“Jeb Bush is basically talking about more intervention in the Middle East, more warfare in the Middle East, more extremism in the Middle East,” said Dankof adding that “because the fact of the matter is that the neo-conservative advisers that Mr. Bush has and the neo-conservative pro-Zionist advisers that virtually all these other Republican presidential contenders have, have desire to illegitimately overthrow President Assad of Syria from the beginning, because it was their desire to bring about a foreign policy that would be the foreign policy that Israel would want.”

Bush also blamed President Barack Obama and former secretary of state and Democratic presidential frontrunner Hillary Clinton for the rise of ISIL in the Middle East.

Dankof, however said, “Jeb Bush seems not to understand that his father’s invasion of Iraq in 1991 helped to facilitate this present situation. Certainly his brother’s interventions in Iraq and Afghanistan took this whole situation was supporting extremism in the Middle East, even further by facilitating the conditions that allow for extremism to rise.”

The former senate candidate said, “The fact is clear; the United States has made a mess in the Middle East by continuing the intervening situation.


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6 Responses to “Like Father – Like Son – Like Brother”

  1. cynthia wright says:

    It is a problem for Zionists, not for Americans who hold guns against the wish of statists.

  2. cynthia wright says:

    The Nazionist Bush tribe descend from Prescot Bush who was prosecuted for doing business with Nazis.
    So they continue, and their Israhell would make Gaza (nazionist) of the whole world if they can get away with it.

  3. cynthia wright says:

    CIA man George Bush Snr consprired to kill Jack Kennedy who denied nuclear weapons to Israel, so I will not be intimidated by their worldwide cyber snooping.

  4. ian says:

    You’re either with us or with the terrorists, and as the terrorists are with us, then shame on you,,,, eh no on,,,,,,,,us just f**k off all of you. How’d I do Daddy?.

  5. Dogman says:

    According to the CIA-written history books and cleverly-crafted political stories, Prescott Sheldon Bush was born on May 15, 1895, in Columbus, Ohio. Ironically, genealogical profiles by some independent researchers and relatives cite his birthdate as “March 12 or 13.”

    Certainly, those tracing the Bushes’ roots and family history would have gotten it right. It would also seem that the son of such a prominent industrialist (with powerful political connections in Washington, D.C.) would have been given a birth certificate, clearing up this discrepancy once and for all.

    The Bush family “history” claims that the young Prescott “attended the Douglas School,” also in Columbus, Ohio. The problem with this claim is that there was no Douglas School in Columbus in 1900, nor for most of the 20th century.

    So we now have two disputable claims entered in the history books and current genealogical records: Prescott Bush’s date and place of birth and his schooling in Ohio.

    Bush’s family biography then describes his “enrollment at St. Georges School,” a co-ed, Episcopalian prep school near Newport, Rhode Island, from 1908-1913. How he was able to “transfer” to this prestigious school for the wealthy (after attending a school that never existed) leaves room for much speculation. It is unclear how many grade levels the school accommodated only 12 years after its founding in 1896, though today it operates as a high school-level institution, offering courses from grades 9-12.

    A recent posting on the St. George’s official web site boasted that the “grandfather of our 43rd President” was an alumnus of the school, as if that were to lend further credibility to the Bush school myth. [18]

    Today, the school offers a matriculation program with ties to 57 colleges and universities.

    Prescott Bush’s numerous biographies mention his graduation from Yale University in 1917, though there is no mention of a degree. Before his graduation from Yale, yet another anomaly appears—his enlistment into the Connecticut National Guard in 1916.

    The conflicting dates do not end there. While on a tour of duty in the U.S. Army from 1917-1919, Bush is credited, on August 8, 1918, with “deflecting an incoming shell with a bolo knife” and saving the lives of three allied leaders. As a result for his bravery, he “received the Cross of the Legion of Honor (from France), the Victorian Cross (from England) and the Distinguished Medal of Honor (from the U.S.” Upon his return to Columbus, Ohio, in mid-1919, Bush found it difficult to explain away the concocted “war hero” story (another anomaly) and “moved to St. Louis.” [19]

    Still, another story surfaced regarding Prescott Bush’s whereabouts during 1918. Having been initiated into Yale University’s secret Skull and Bones Society (some say in 1916, others claim it was in 1917), Prescott Sheldon Bush is credited with the grave robbery of the skull of Geronimo, from a graveyard near Fort Sill, Oklahoma. Though this story may only be another myth, by now it has become quite difficult to distinguish PSB biographical fact from fiction. The overlapping timelines of these stories are enough to raise a few valid questions:

    • Where and to whom was Prescott Sheldon Bush born?

    • Why are there no official records of this monumental event?

    • Where and when did he attend school?

    • Where are his military records kept, or have they been conveniently “burned to create space in the National Archives” along with his father’s wartime business records?

    Biographical accounts about Samuel P. Bush (SPB; Prescott’s father) claim that he was born at “Brick Church, New Jersey.” [20] This information is supported by federal census declarations made by SPB himself. Fortunately, (for those who still seek the truth), there are two more records that show the flagrant deception (concealment) practiced by PSB.

    The 1920 U.S. Federal Decennial Census, taken in St. Louis, Missouri, documents a “Prescott S. Bush, age 24, general manager of a hardware company.” Biographical accounts describe GSH1/PSB’s position as a “warehouse clerk” and not as a “general manager of a hardware store”. GSH1/PSB stated that his father’s place of birth was “New York.” [21]

    The 1930 U.S. Federal Decennial Census documented the family of “Prescott S. Bush, age 34.” When asked where his father was born, he replied, “Massachusetts.” [22]

    Even the Federal government’s own Census Bureau failed to recognize this inconsistency. How is it that a 24-year-old Yale University graduate (then again a decade later as a 34-year-old banker in New York City) could be so confused about his father’s birthplace?

    If SPB was not PSB’s real father, that would explain everything. Nevertheless, the two statements appear to be blatant lies, not innocent mistakes. The Bush family biographies do nothing to rectify this dichotomy.

    The following translation of the surname “Scherf” casts some light on the occult (hidden) meaning of the name.

    The following quotes are taken directly from the web site,

    “SCHERF: German and Jewish (Ashkenazic); from Middle High German. Habitational name from places in the Rhineland named Scherf, or from Scherfede near Warburg. (Note: The word “Ashkenazic” is derived from the Hebrew word for Germany. Ashkenazic Jews are the Jews of France, Germany, and Eastern Europe.)”

    “SCHERFLEIN: “If someone “gives his Scherflein” as a contribution to something, it means that he gives a little money or other small gift to a greater whole. A “Scherf” was a halfpenny or obol from the time of the Carolingians (8th and 9th centuries). The name comes from the Latin scripulum meaning the smallest part of a measure or weight and changed from scrip, scirp, scerp to Old High German scerpf and today’s SCHERF. Scripulum is the popular version of scrupulum. In popular speech the expression was applied to small coins in general.” [25]

    Skorzeny had some inside information on the Scherf family. After all, he and his S.S. buddies had posed with them at the Scherf home in Germany when he was quite young. This association was by no means a chance encounter and by all appearances, the photo sessions were designed to become mementos to be cherished through the lean years, as a reminder of the “master plan.”

    If that whetted your appetite, read all of this:

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