Podcast interview re Bush Family Secrets w/ Russ Baker
Posted this morning at Electric Politics, a podcast interview with
Russ Baker, author of Family of Secrets. It's a difficult and
disturbing book, but a very important one. Russ, an investigative
journalist for twenty years, has a propensity to follow the trail of a
story wherever it leads, often to the consternation of others. Here,
he's taken several years to trace out the Bush family's involvement in
political intrigue and intelligence skullduggery.
He places, for example, "Poppy" Bush in the middle of both the JFK
assassination and Nixon's Watergate drama. Not speculatively, mind
you, but in a massively documented way. It's shocking and frightening
material, too much for the mainstream media to handle. Nevertheless,
book blurbs from the likes of Roger Morris and Bill Moyers attest to
Russ scrupulously avoids drawing conclusions that can't be proven --
actually, a weakness of the book, in my view -- letting documented
facts speak for themselves.
This is not your run-of-the-mill conspiracy theory; rather, it's a
serious attempt at an alternative history.
If you like the podcast please feel free to redistribute the link.
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