The War Against the Jews continues. Sure, you may think you’re aware of what’s happening, but what about “the rest of the story?” Here’s a small window into some of the intrigue.
This is from a chapter in a book coauthored by John Loftus and Mark Aarons (The Secret War Against The Jews: How Western Espionage Betrayed The Jewish People) that deals with the following:
“-George Herbert Walker Bush’s father and grandfather worked with Allen Dulles to finance the Third Reich and then, when war broke out, cloaked their activities under the cover of intelligence operations.
-George Herbert Walker Bush established an oil leasing business in Texas, the biggest client of which was Edwin Pauley, Dulles’s confidant, Nixon’s bagman, and a front man for CIA money laundering. Bush himself played a minor role in CIA covert operations from the early 1960s.
-Through Pauley, Nixon recruited George Herbert Walker Bush to handle a variety of sensitive assignments. Bush later asked Nixon to resign for fear that the Watergate investigations might uncover further scandals.
-While not anti-Semitic, George Herbert Walker Bush was definitely anti-Israeli and pro-Arab, a bais that colored American oil and arms policy in the Middle East.
The real story of George Herbert Walker Bush starts well before he launched his own career. It goes back to the 1920s, when the Dulles brothers and the other pirates of Wall Street were first making their deals with the Nazis. To understand Bush’s role as a senior official of the Republican party, as head of the CIA, as U.S. vice president, and then, ultimately, in the White House, it is important to trace the Bush family roots right back to the beginning of the secret espionage war against the Jews.
Bush’s family, say many of the forber intelligence officers interviewed for this chapter, was nothing to be proud of. The family, and especially his grandfather and father, dragged him into some dirty business, and he stayed with it too long, trying to make a bad thing good.
George Bush’s problems were inherited from his namesake and maternal grandfather, George Herbert “Bert” Walker, a native of St. Louis, who founded the banking and investment firm of G. H. Walker and Company in 1900. Later the company shifted from St. Louis to the prestigious address of 1 Wall Street. The obituary in The New York Times, which recorded Walker’s death in 1953, mainly highlighted his sporting achievements, in both golf and horse racing, and his role in financing the “new” Madison Square Garden in the mid-1920s.
Apart from disclosing that “Grandfather Walker” came from “a devout Catholic family,” was named after the poet George Herbert, and formed his own investment firm, George Herbert Walker Bush revealed practically nothing about his grandfather in his autobiography. However, there was another, far seamier side to George Walker. Walker was one of Hitler’s most powerful financial supporters in the United States. The relationship went all the way back to 1924, when Fritz Thyssen, the German industrialist, was financing Hitler’s infant Nazi party. As mentioned in earlier chapters, there were American contributors as well…
In 1926 Bert Walker did a favor for his new son-in-law, Prescott Bush. It was the sort of favor families do to help their children make a start in life, but Prescott came to regret it bitterly. Walker made Prescott vice president of W. A. Harriman & Company [a key figure in the firm was Averill Harriman]. The problem was that Walker’s specialty was companies that traded with Germany. As Thyssen and other German industrialists consolidated Hitler’s political power in the 1930s, an American financial connection was needed. According to our sources, Union Banking became an out-and-out money laundering machine. ["Bert" Walker was Union Banking's president and the firm was located in the offices of Averill Harriman's company at 39 Broadway in New York. The link between W. A. Harriman & Company's American investors and Thyssen started in the 1920s, through the Union Banking Corporation, which began trading in 1924.]
While the United States languished in the Depression, Walker made millions for his clients by investing in Germany’s economic revival. He decided to quit W. A. Harriman in 1931, to concentrate on his own firm, G. H. Walker, while his son-in-law stayed behind to run the show for Harriman. Some say that Walker left Prescott Bush holding the bag. Others say that Prescott Bush specialized in British investors in Nazi Germany, while Walker handed the Americans.
In that same year Harriman & Company merged with a British-American investment company to become Brown Brothers, Harriman. Prescott Bush became one of the senior partners of the new company, which relocated to 59 Broadway, while Union Banking remained at 39 Broadway. But in 1934 Walker arranged to put his son-in-law on the board of directors of Union Banking.
Walker also set up a deal to take over the North American operations of the Hamburg-Amerika Line, a cover for I. G. Farben’s Nazi espionage unit in the United States. The shipping line smuggled in German agents, propaganda, and money for bribing American politicians to see things Hitler’s way. The holding company was Walker’s American Shipping & Commerce, which shared the offices at 39 Broadway with Union Banking. In an elaborate corporate paper trail, Harriman’s stock in American Shipping & Commerce was controlled by yet another holding company, the Harriman Fifteen Corporation, run out of Walker’s office. The directors of this company were Averill Harriman, Bert Walker and Prescott Bush.
In order to understand the character of the firm, it should be recalled that Brown Brothers, Harriman had a bad reputation, even among international bankers, as hard-nosed capitalists who exploited every opportunity for profit in a harsh and ruthless manner. In a November 1935 article in Common Sense, retired marine general Smdley D. Butler blamed Brown Brothers, Harriman for having the U.S. marines act like “racketeers” and “gangsters” in order to exploit financially the peasants of Nicaragua.
At some point, Prescott Bush must have realized that his father-in-law was, to put it mildly, a very shady character. A 1934 congressional investigation alleged that Walker’s “Hamburg-Amerika Line subsidized a wide range of pro-Nazi propaganda efforts both in Germany and the United States.” Walker did not know it, but one of his American employees, Dan Harkins, had blown the whistle on the spy apparatus to Congress. Harkins, one of our best sources, became Roosevelt’s first double agent. As previously mentioned, Harkins kept up the pretense of being an ardent Nazi sympathizer, while reporting to Naval Intelligence on the shipping company’s deals with Nazi intelligence.
To this day, we do not know if Prescott Bush stayed on board out of loyalty to his father-in-law or because the money was so good. Instead of divesting the Nazi money, Bush hired a lawyer to hide the assets. The lawyer he hired had considerable expertise in such underhanded schemes. It was Allen Dulles. According to Dulle’s client list at Sullivan & Comwell, his first relationship with Brown Brothers, Harriman was on June 18, 1936. In January 1937 Dulles listed his work for the firm as “Disposal of Stan [Standard Oil] Investing stock.
As discussed in Chapter 3, Standard Oil of new Jersey had completed a major stock transaction with Dulles’s Nazi client, I. G. Farben. By the end of January 1937 Dulles had merged all his cloaking activities into one client account: “Brown Brothers Harriman-Schroeder Rock.” Schroder, of course, was the Nazi bank on whose board Dulles sat. The “Rock” were the Rockefellers of Standard Oil, who were already coming under scrutiny for their Nazi deals. By May 1939 Dulles handled another problem for Brown Brothers, Harriman, their “Securities Custondian Accounts.”
If Dulles was trying to concel how many Nazi holding companies Brown Brothers, Harriman was connected with, he did not do a very good job. Shortly after Pearl Harbor, word leaked from Washington that affiliates of Prescott Bush’s company were under investigation for aiding the Nazis in time of war. In February 1942 George Herbert Walker Bush’s father, Prescott Bush, who was by then the senior managing partner of Brown Brothers, Harriman, tried to wrap himself in the American flag. He became the national chairman of the United Service Organization’s annual fund campaign, which raised $33 million that year to provide entertainment for Allied troops.
The cover story did not work. The government investigation against Prescott Bush continued. Just before the storm broke, his son, George Herbert Walker Bush abandoned his plans to enter Yale and enlisted in the U.S. Army. It was, say our sources among the former intelligence officers, a valiant attempt by an eighteen-year-old boy to save the family’s honor.
Young George Herbert Walker Bush was in flight school in October 1942, when the U.S. government charged his father with running Nazi front groups in the United States. Under the Trading with the Enemy Act, all the shares of the Union Banking Corporation were seized, including those held by Prescott Bush as being in effect held for enemy nationals. Union Banking, of course, was an affiliate of Brown Brothers, Harriman, and Bush handled the Harrimans’ investments as well.
Once the government had its hands on Bush’s books, the whole story of the intricate web of Nazi front corporations began to unravel. A few days later two of Union Banking’s subsidiaries–the Holland American Trading Corporation and the Seamless Steel Equipment Corporation–also were seized. Then the government went after the Harriman Fifteen Holding Company, which George Herbert Walker Bush shared with his father-in-law, Bert Walker, the Hamburg-Amerika Line, and the Silesian-American Corporation. The U.S. government found that huge section of Prescott Bush’s empire had been operated on behalf of Nazi Germany and had greatly assisted the German war effort.”
-This chapter continues. The whole book is full of this kind of intrigue. If you ever wondered who set up that Skull and Bones club at Yale, or who sits in those smoke-filled rooms where decisions are made, or how people are groomed for leadership roles in America, or how the great families of American politics got the power their families have, or why so many Washington professionals like the past Secretary of State, James Baker, were such anti-Semites, and how that affected America’s policies, this books goes a long way toward explaining all this and more.