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George H. W. Bush, John Poindexter, Oliver North: Terrorists?
07 Apr 2005
Why did Bush Jr. appoint a terrorist to run an anti-terrorist operation (the IAO)?
Due to the Boland Amendment, a law passed to stop Reagan from waging an illegal war on Nicaragua, Reagan, Bush and Company committed fraud and sold US weapons to Iran to use the profits to fund a terrorist organization in Nicaragua. The NSC pushed the CIA's "murder manual." The manual instructed the terrorists to target civilians in the government such as judges, mayors, and others specifically for the psychological effect on the people of Nicaragua. The goal was to use this terror to change the political attitude in Nicaragua and, therefore, the support of the civilians for their government. By definition, the same definition used in the US and by ethicists, THIS IS AN UNAMBIGUOUS CASE OF TERRORISM

Therefore, Bush Sr, Poindexter, Oliver North, and the rest of the Iran/Contra gang are terrorists. Now, if Poindexter is a terrorist, why did Bush Jr. appoint him to lead an anti-terrorism project? Unless, of course, the point of the project was to promote terrorism.
See also:
http://www.broadsideonline.com/article.php?date=11-15-2004§ion=opinion&article=ReaganLegacy.txt

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