George Herbert Walker Bush

George Herbert Walker Bush is a traitor.

George Herbert Walker Bush is a traitor.

On Friday November 30th, the former treasonous President George H.W. Bush passed away at the age of ninety four.

While the establishment celebrates the life of the former president and Americans line up to mourn their fallen leader, the facts that are being reported in the mainstream media are far different than the legacy he is leaving behind.

The Early Years

George Herbert Walker Bush was born on June 12, 1924 in Massachusetts to Prescott Sheldon Bush and Dorothy (Walker) Bush. Shortly after his birth, the family moved to Connecticut where he began his formal education at Greenwich Country Day School. At the age of eighteen, Bush joined the U.S. Navy.

During his tenure in the Navy, Bush was stationed with Torpedo Squadron 51 aboard the USS San Jacinto. On August 1, 1944 his unit launched an operation against the Japanese in the Bonin Islands. On September 2, 1944, Bush’s aircraft was downed leading to the death of eight Navy airmen, leaving Bush as the lone survivor. The episode later became known as the Chichijima incident and led to the future president being hailed as a war hero.

Political Career

Upon graduating from Yale, Bush began his career in politics and was elected chairman of the Harris County, Texas Republican Party in 1963. Three years later, Bush was elected to the US House of Representatives, marking the beginning of a meteoric rise which resulted in him being named director of the Central Intelligence Agency in 1976.

As Director of the CIA, Bush was responsible for overseeing the payment of hundreds of thousands of dollars to Panamanian leader and suspected cocaine trafficker, Manuel Noriega. Although Bush claimed he wasn’t aware of Noriega’s illicit activities until 1988, the CIA’s involvement in Latin America would eventually in a national controversy during the Reagan administration, in what became known as the Iran-Contra scandal.

While Bush served less than a year as the head of the CIA, he was also caught destroying evidence of US war crimes. As reported by MuckRock,

“Declassified records recently unearthed in CREST show the CIA waffled on a promise to obey the law in destroying records of Agency’s illegal activities and wrongdoing.”

Four years after serving as the director of the CIA, George H.W. Bush was elected Vice President of the United States. Serving under former President Ronald Reagan, Bush kept a low profile and avoided making any key policy decisions or criticisms of the Reagan administration, but attended a large number of ceremonies and public events.

In 1988, Bush was elected president defeating Michael Dukakis of Massachusetts. Within his first year in office, Bush’s approval ratings began to slip due to his inability to deal with Panamanian leader Manuel Noriega. Bush responded by deciding to invade Panama, and on December 20,1989 he deployed 25,000 troops to the tiny nation. Bush justified the invasion— code named operation just cause— on the grounds of national security. The president mislead the country by claiming Noriega had threatened the US, a claim which turned out to be untrue. After two weeks the conflict ended, resulting in the deaths of twenty American soldiers and as many as 2,000 Panamanians.

Less than a year after the invasion of Panama, Bush once again found himself responding to another foreign policy debacle. On August 2, 1990 Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein began an invasion of nearby Kuwait. In response, President Bush and the American media used the testimony of a 15-year-old Kuwaiti girl, known only by her first name of Nayirah to justify US intervention in Kuwait. However, Nayirah was later discovered to be the daughter of a U.S. ambassador, who was being coaxed by military psychological operations specialists.

In 1991, Bush gave his infamous ‘New World Order’ speech, which many people believe signaled the beginning of the PNAC plan also known as the Project For a New American Century. In other words, Bush outright rejected his nation for the preeminence of the United Nations.

Life After Politics

After leaving office in 1993, George H.W. Bush retired with his wife Barbara and built a home in a community near Houston, Texas. Though retired, the former president would still face controversy.

In 1999, Former Brigadier General Russell S. Bowen published a book entitled, “The Immaculate Deception — The Bush Crime Family Exposed.” In the book General Bowen details the Government’s alleged role in covering up Bush’s role in the assassination of John F. Kennedy.

Last year, during the height of the #MeToo movement, at least five women women claimed they were abused by the former president. In an interview with Time Magazine, a woman named Roslyn Corrigan claimed Bush sexually assaulted her in 2003 when she was only 16-years-old. At least five more women have accused Bush of sexual assault, including an unnamed Michigan woman who came forward claiming the former president groped her in 1992 at a campaign event. Actress Heather Lind also stated, in a now deleted Instagram post, that Bush groped her during a photo-op in 2014.

Perhaps, instead of blindly praising a documented criminal, Americans should consider asking themselves what other crimes the US government and the media are covering up for the former president.


Additional Information

The Bush family had a long history at Yale, with both George Senior and George W. Bush being part of the Skull and Bones society. The Bush senior was the second president to be elected with a “Bonesman” history, with the younger Bush the third President.

Skull and Bones Members, including George Herbert Walker Bush.

Skull and Bones Member – George Herbert Walker Bush.

George Herbert Walker Bush was also as a member and Director of the Central Intelligence Agency that is known to commit government cover-ups, drug smuggling and the assassinations of american citizens. He is also famous as the president who started the Gulf War bombing of Iraq. A war that his treasonous son George Walker Bush continued by lying to the American people about its dictator Saddam Hussein supposedly having weapons of mass destruction.


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The Bush political dynasty began with Prescott Sheldon Bush Sr. who helped Hitler’s rise to power. Prescott also became the Director of Union Banking Corporation when it was suspected of concealing Nazi gold during the Second World War. Both Prescott’s son, George Herbert Walker Bush, and grandson, George Walker Bush, became the 41st and 43rd Presidents of the United States, respectively, who both initiated wars with Iraq that profited companies with Bush family ties, such as Halliburton and KBR.

CLICK HERE to read about the traitor Prescott Sheldon Bush.

CLICK HERE to read about the traitor George Walker Bush.


W. Joseph Astarita

W. Joseph Astarita is a traitor.

W. Joseph Astarita is a traitor.

W. Joseph Astarita is a treasonous Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) agent. He was indicted on five felony charges after the inspector general of the U.S. Justice Department last year began investigating possible FBI criminal misconduct and whether there was a cover-up.

Astarita said nothing during a brief court hearing and was released on his own recognizance, declining to comment as he left.

“The actions of the FBI HRT (Hostage Rescue Team) in this case damage the integrity of the entire law enforcement profession, which makes me both disappointed and angry,” said Deschutes County Sheriff Shane Nelson, whose department investigated Finicum’s shooting.

Oregon U.S. Attorney Billy Williams would neither confirm nor deny that up to four additional members of the FBI team are under investigation for making false statements.

Asked why Astarita may have lied, Williams said: “I suspect that question will be answered in court.”

The FBI spokeswoman in Portland, Jennifer Adams, referred questions to headquarters in Washington, D.C., which did not return messages seeking comment.

A grand jury indicted Astarita on making false statements to his FBI supervisors just after the shooting and obstruction of justice for misleading the Oregon State Police.

A one-week jury trial is set for August 29, 2018. The obstruction charge carries a maximum penalty of 20 years in prison, while making a false statement could bring five years.

Finicum’s widow, Jeanette Finicum, has said she plans to sue state police and the FBI, alleging the use of excessive force in her husband’s death.

Dozens of people, including leader Ammon Bundy, occupied the remote Malheur National Wildlife Refuge from Jan. 2 to Feb. 11, 2016. They were allowed to come and go for several weeks as authorities acted like they were trying to avoid bloodshed as seen in past standoffs at Waco, Texas, and Ruby Ridge, Idaho.

But authorities moved in January 26, 2016 when key standoff leaders left for a prearranged community meeting with government elected officials. The FBI was informed of this beforehand, and knew none of the standoff leaders and their passengers were armed before pulling over their two vehicles.

Finicum, 54, was driving one vehicle. Video taken by a passenger showed the occupants panicking after authorities stopped the truck.

Finicum then sped off, coming to a roadblock and plowing into a snowbank.

Authorities say FBI agent Astarita fired two errant shots as Finicum left the truck. As Finicum then stood in the snow, two Oregon state troopers fired three rounds that hit him.

It should be further noted that no hostage situation was ever involved, but the FBI sent in the (HRT) Hostage Rescue Team with this blood trusty traitor acting in his official opacity as a sniper. By the authorities own words, FBI agent Astarita fired two ‘errant’ shots as Finicum left the truck. By definition these shots were lawless and criminal, and still Astarita has never been charged with anything near the crime of attempted murder.


Additional Information from July 10, 2017

The FBI agent indicted for allegedly lying about a pivotal moment during the 2016 Malheur National Wildlife Refuge occupation has hired a high-profile Washington D.C.-based attorney to defend him.

Indicted FBI Hostage Rescue Team member W. Joseph Astarita has retained Robert Cary.

Cary will serve as co-counsel in the Astarita case with Portland based attorneys David Angeli and Tyler Francis.

Federal prosecutors have accused Astarita of lying to investigators about firing his gun during a traffic stop that left Malhuer occupation leader Robert “LaVoy” Finicum dead.

Though neither of Astarita’s shots hit Finicum, prosecutors have charged the FBI agent with several felonies for allegedly failing to disclose them. Those charges include making false statements and obstruction of justice, but don’t include attempted murder or his criminal involvement in the murder assignation of Robert “LaVoy” Finicum.

The FBI said Astarita is working in an “administrative capacity” with the agency, but has declined to discuss any additional details about the case. In other words, can you say protecting their own and government coverup? Well we can, especially right from the start when everyone of the FBI agents didn’t wear their body cameras along with informing the Oregon State Police officers to do the same.


Additional Information from July 16, 2018

U.S. District Judge Robert E. Jones threw out two of the five charges against FBI agent W. Joseph Astarita accused of covering up that he fired two rifle shots at the truck of Oregon refuge occupation spokesman Robert “LaVoy” Finicum at a roadblock in January 2016.

Judge Jones struck one count of making a false statement and one count of obstruction of justice against W. Joseph Astarita.

The agent still faces three charges before his trial is scheduled to start: two other counts of making a false statement and one other count of obstruction of justice.


Additional Information: August 9, 2018

At trial, Astarita, 41, is accused of two counts of making a false statement, alleging he lied to his immediate FBI supervisor “B.M.” at the scene and days later to FBI supervisor Tim Swanson when he told them he hadn’t shot his rifle. He also faces one count of obstruction of justice during his initial interview with two state police detectives.

During the trial an investigators said, One shot struck the roof of the truck and the other went astray as Finicum stepped out of his truck, his hands in the air.

The prosecutor stressed the need to critically examine the actions of law enforcement officers who maintain positions of trust in the community and the importance of holding an FBI agent accountable for straying from the bureau’s motto of “fidelity, bravery, integrity.”

Maloney argued that Astarita was the only officer who was standing in the spot where the bullet that struck Finicum’s roof could have come from, based on government expert Michael Haag’s analysis of the bullet’s path.

Astarita, who took the stand denied firing his weapon during the incident — or recalling much of anything about where he had been positioned at the scene.

Maloney urged jurors to review FBI aerial video that captured Astarita’s stance with his rifle shouldered, pointing at Finicum’s truck as he stood beside the open passenger door of a state police pickup in the middle of the roadblock, at the time the two disputed shots were fired. However on the other hand, Maloney went so far as to make the jury themselves feel guilty if they convicted Astarita by saying, “It’s with no pleasure or glee, and it’s with a heavy heart that the U.S. government has to ask you to convict one of its brightest stars. . .”


Additional Information: August 10, 2018

The jury acquitted W. Joseph Astarita.

This verdict comes at no surprise, for thanks to a corrupt federal judicial system the charges were for two fired shots, one bullet hole and a crime scene free of evidence which included the bullet casings. If that isn’t enough, Joseph Astarita was the only federal or state officer charged for committing any form of crime involving what is clearly a case of attempted murder that ended in the murder assignation of Robert LaVoy Finicum.


Additional Information

CLICK HERE to read about Lavoy Finicum and how he was murdered.

CLICK HERE to read about the Oregon State Police (OSP) officer that murdered LaVoy Finicum.


Casey Codding

Casey Codding is a traitor.

Casey Codding is a traitor.

Casey Codding murdered Lavoy Finicum.

Thanks to recent testimony we know the activist’s death was a pre-planned assassination. But corrupt judges along with government officials have sealed the identity of the Oregon State Police (OSP) Officer directly responsible for the murder of Lavoy Finicum.

Despite public outcry, trials against protestors and even charges against one of the FBI agents for the filing of a false report in the murder, the man who pulled the trigger has been known only as Officer #1.

However, today someone leaked the name of the OSP officer behind the slaying. The real name of officer #1 is CASEY CODDING (a/k/a – Casey Michael Codding), and this is a photo of him.

Casey is not denying the killing, and he is being praised by other government traitors for his actions. In fact he is being praised as a hero for helping the FBI and other OSP officers setup an illegal roadblock to ambush and kill the activist Lavoy Finicum.

We should never forget Casey Codding (a/k/a – Casey Michael Codding):

    He killed 3 people…

    He fired rounds into a moving vehicle…

    He fired 2 rounds into the back of a man…

    He is the man that murdered Lavoy Finicum.

If that isn’t enough to turn one’s stomach, then this might,. . . Casey has since been promoted to the rank of captain.

As members of the human race we should all demand that Casey Codding answer for his crimes and be given the due process he and his treasonous friends have denied Lavoy Finicum.

Furthermore. it’s time we stop and put an end to these unlawful fake courts and their secret trails, for ‘We The People’ have the right to know the names and faces of the criminals that violate our highest laws and murder our families.


Additional Information

CLICK HERE to read about Lavoy Finicum and how he was murdered.

CLICK HERE to read about the FBI agent who lied about firing two rifle shots at the truck of Lavoy Finicum.


Robert S. Lasnik

Robert S. Lasnik is a traitor.

Robert S. Lasnik is a traitor.

Robert S. Lasnik is a treasonous Senior United States District Judge of the United States District Court for the Western District of Washington.

U.S. District Judge Robert Lasnik on Tuesday (July 31, 2018) blocked the imminent release of blueprints for 3-D printed guns, hours before they were set to hit the internet.

The decision blocked a settlement President Donald Trump’s administration had reached with the Texas-based company, which planned to put files online on Wednesday.

Eight states and the District of Columbia on Monday filed a lawsuit to fight a June settlement between the federal government and Defense Distributed allowing the Texas-based company to legally publish its designs.

Judge Robert Lasnik is clearly a traitor, for he has no legal authority to issue such an unlawful court order in violation to the First and Second Amendments of the United States Constitution.


UPDATE: August 2, 2018

Despite Judge Robert Lasnik’s treasonous ruling, NBC News reported on Code Is Free Speech, a coalition of five West Coast gun rights groups, posted the plans, claiming the publication was protected on First Amendment free speech grounds.


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Plastic guns are created in the same manner as anything that is printed in 3-D: The machine stacks layers of material to form an object. But guns made by 3-D printers have a particular risk factor — they’re untraceable.

Back in 2013, Defense Distributed founder Cody Wilson posted a video of him firing the Liberator — all plastic and 3-D-printed, save for a metal firing pin — and uploaded the plans online. According to CNN, he was served with a cease-and-desist order from the U.S. State Department a few days later; the State Department argued that Wilson’s plans may have violated International Traffic in Arms Regulations because he released the information to people outside the U.S. To this we must ask, “When did international law override the highest law in the land – The United States Constitution?”

In June 2018, Wilson came to a settlement with the Trump administration that implied he would be able to post his plans, according to The Verge.

According to the Orlando Sentinel, Senator Bill Nelson (D-FL) tried to pass last-minute legislation blocking the publication, saying, “American national security is going to be irreversibly weakened because of the actions of the administration.” His effort was blocked by Senator Mike Lee (R-UT), who raised First Amendment concerns, according to the Sentinel.

A lawyer for Wilson criticized the restraining order as a violation of his First Amendment rights. According to NBC News, Defense Distributed was not responsible for the publication and had agreed not to post the documents, pending court rulings.


John Andrew Ross

John Andrew Ross is a traitor.

John Andrew Ross is a traitor.

John Andrew Ross is a traitor.

John Andrew Ross is a treasonous United States District Judge of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri.

According to a ruling by U.S. district judge John Ross in St. Louis, Missouri, governments can require a people to make themselves sick. More specifically, a local ordinance that requires planting grass, to which a St. Peters, Mo. woman is allergic, does not violate a “fundamental right.” Thus, judge John Ross granted a summary judgment sought by the City of St. Peters and ruled against a federal lawsuit brought by Jan and Carl Duffner, who must now devote half of their lot to cultivating a plant that makes them ill. The basis of the judge’s ruling is that the Supreme Court has ruled that “aesthetic considerations constitute a legitimate government purpose.”

So, according to this ruling, the government can force you to affirmatively commit acts that are harmful to your health.

St. Louis Today reports:

    U.S. District Judge John Ross’ 17-page ruling said Janice and Carl Duffner “failed to identify a fundamental right that is restricted by the Turf Grass Ordinance.”

    After unsuccessfully suing in state court, the Duffners filed their federal suit in 2016, claiming the ordinance was “unnecessary for the advancement of any compelling or permissible state objective” and “imposes a permanent obligation on the owner to cultivate and maintain that unwanted physical presence on their property for no reason other than that the government commands it.”

    The suit said such ordinances could lead to cities mandating swimming pools or holiday light shows to boost property values and said the Duffners could face jail time or fines of $7,490 to nearly $188,000. …

    Ross ruled that the potential punishment was not excessive. He also declined to consider several state law claims, saying that some of the issues had already been “extensively litigated and decided by Missouri state courts” in a prior state lawsuit, and other issues, including zoning, were better left for state courts to consider.

    Dave Roland, a Freedom Center of Missouri lawyer representing the Duffners, vowed to appeal.

    “If a city can compel citizens to devote half of their property to growing a plant that the citizen does not want and that makes them sick, there is no longer any principled limit to the government’s control over private property,” he said in a statement.

Kemberlee Kaye of Legal Insurrection gets it, about how outrageous and frightening this is:

    Janice Duffner is highly allergic to grass. The couple transformed their yard into a beautiful garden landscape. But, unless the Duffner’s adhere to the city ordinance, they can be fined up to $188,000 or face jail time up to 20 years in the slammer. A totally reasonable punishment for a landscaping violation.

Indeed, the pictures provided by the Freedom Center of Missouri and posted to Legal Insurrection show a beautifully landscaped garden, not some weed-filled wasteland.