Bush - Hitler - Bush - Bin Ladin - Bush Bath
Know the facts behind Michael Moore's next documentary

Michael Moore's next film, "Fahrenheit 911," will look at the links between the families of Bush and Osama bin Laden. If you don't read the rest of this or follow the links, know this much: Bush was on the board of directors of an oil company - Harken Energy. Salem Bin Ladin was a stockholder in the company, represented by a man named James Bath. (Harken won a contract to drill off-shore of Bahrain, which got interrupted by Iraq's invasion of Kuwait. Bush illegally sold his stock in Harken just before that.). James Bath was suspended from flight status in the Texas Air Guard on the same orders that suspended George W. Bush. (see http://www.talion.com/suspension.html)

When President George W. Bush froze assets connected to Osama bin Laden, he didn’t tell the American people that the terrorist mastermind’s late brother was an investor in the president’s former oil business in Texas.

Doing business with the enemy is nothing new to the Bush family. Much of the Bush family wealth came from supplying raw materials and credit to Adolf Hitler’s Third Reich. Several business operations managed by Prescott Bush – the president’s grandfather - were seized by the US government during World War II under the Trading with the Enemy Act.

Osama bin Laden's family business, the Saudi Binladin Group, is a major construction company. Saudi Binladin Group was an investor in the Carlyle Group. Carlyle's directors include George H.W. Bush, and James Baker. George W. Bush's firm Arbusto Energy was funded by an investment from Texas investment banker James Bath, who was also the investment counselor for the bin Laden family. Bath had connections to the CIA, and was involved with the Iran-Contra, savings and loan, and BCCI scandals.

In 1978, Saudi Sheik Salem Binladin appointed James Bath, a close friend of Bush who served with him in the Air National Guard, as his representative in Houston, Texas. It was in that year that Bath invested $70,000 in Bush's company, Arbusto. The same year, Bath bought Houston Gulf Airport on behalf of the Saudi Arabian multi-millionaire.

One of many investors, Bath gave Bush $50,000 for a 5 percent stake in Arbusto. At the time, Bath was the sole U.S. business representative for Salem bin Laden. In a statement issued shortly after the September 11 attacks, the White House vehemently denied the connection, insisting that Bath invested his own money, not Salem bin Laden’s, in Arbusto.
"In conflicting statements, Bush at first denied ever knowing Bath, then acknowledged his stake in Arbusto and that he was aware Bath represented Saudi interests.

Considered as very close to the CIA, Bath appeared for the first time at Bush's side in 1978 when the latter made his first, unsuccessful run for the governorship. Bath helped to finance his campaign at the time and later bought into two of Bush's companies. Under a mandate signed in 1976, Bath represented the financial interests of the Saudi Arabian sheikh Salem Bin Laden in the United States.

The Financial Crimes Enforcement Network -- known as FinCEN -- and the FBI are reviewing accusations that entrepreneur James R. Bath guided money to Houston from Saudi investors who wanted to influence U.S. policy under the Reagan and Bush administrations, sources close to the investigations say."The federal review stems in part from court documents which indicate that the Saudis were using Bath and their huge financial resources to influence U.S. policy.

Such representation by Bath would require that he be registered as a foreign agent with the U.S. Department of Justice. In sworn depositions, Bath said he represented four prominent Saudis as a trustee [one of whom was Saudi Sheik Salem M. Binladen] and that he would use his name on their investments. In return, he said, he would receive a 5 percent interest in their deals. Bath invested $50,000 in the limited partnerships, according to the documents.

"George W. Bush's company, Harken Energy Corp. has been granted lucrative offshore drilling rights off the coast of Bahrain in the Persian Gulf. One of the top shareholders of Harken is Saudi businessman Abdullah Taha Bakhsh. Bush said that to his knowledge, Bath 's investment was from personal funds, and no Saudi money was invested in Arbusto"

But Bush Denied Even Knowing Bath
Check out the name just below Bush's on the suspension orders
"Verbal orders of the Comdr on 1 Aug. 72 suspending 1st Lt. George W. Bush ... from flying status are confirmed... Reason for suspension: failure to accomplish medical examination."