(1993) George H. W. Bush Attends Funeral For Waco ATF Agent, "this honorable man, killed by weird cultists"
By Martin Hill
[Originally published on December 31, 2012.]

[ The original title of this article was "Skull & Bones/Bohemian Grover George H.W. Bush ranted about "weird cultists" in classic case of Psychological Projection."]

An amusing postscript to the George H.W. Bush article I wrote last week [Defense Contractor NBC honors ailing war criminal George H.W. Bush with Freemasonic "33 photo" propaganda tribute.

Who knew that "Poppy Bush" once ranted about people "killed by weird cultists"?! This is a priceless gem I came across the other day. Being the epitome of a "weird cultist" himself, Bush's whining is obviously a classic case of psychological projection. Bush, who openly wore occult hoods while conducting official White House business, also participated in Bohemian Grove in which attendees perform occult rituals and sacrifices to Molech. Bush, along with his father Prescott and son George W., were also members of Skull and Bones at Yale, where "Dozens of skeletons and skulls, human and animal, dangle from the walls, on which German and Latin phrases have been chiseled ("Whether poor or rich, all are equal in death".

Dr. Kevin Barrett notes "To join Skull and Bones, Bush had to lay naked in a coffin in front of the other Bonesmen" and peform sex acts, "while recounting his entire sexual history. This disgusting initiation ritual forges the bonds of group psychopathy."

Not to mention the fact that the tortured occultist geezer continually breaks down in tears during public appearances, most recently in June of this year. Clearly his guilty conscience is eating away at him as he gets prepared to meet his maker. In December 2006, Bush senior sobbed and covered his face while speaking at a large Florida gathering and the very next month, in January 2007, attacked so-called JFK "Conspiracy Theorists". Germany's mainstream weekly "Der Spiegel" ran Bush senior's obituary 'on accident' last week: German Magazine Celebrates George H.W. Bush's Release From Intensive Care by Announcing His Death. The magazine quickly tweeted an apology, stating "All newsrooms prepare obituaries for selected figures. The fact that the one for Bush senior went live was a technical mistake. Sorry!"

What prompted Bush to rant about "weird cultists" in May 1995 was a letter in an N.R.A. publication, following the massacre of the Branch Davidians at Waco, TX. The New York Times, in their May 8, 1995 article TERROR IN OKLAHOMA: ECHOES OF THE N.R.A.; Rifle Association Has Long Practice In Railing Against Federal Agents stated, in part,

"...On April 13, less than a week before the Oklahoma City bombing, Mr. LaPierre signed a fund-raising letter asserting that President Clinton's ban on assault weapons "gives jackbooted Government thugs more power to take away our constitutional rights, break in our doors, seize our guns, destroy our property and even injure and kill us."

...From a "special report" in "The American Rifleman," the N.R.A. magazine, June 1994 edition, written by Wayne R. LaPierre Jr., the association's executive vice president. It is titled, "The Final War Has Begun." "How long are the American people going to put up with this sort of thing? It is popular at this time to compare the behavior our uncontrolled Federal agents to that of the Nazis in the Third Reich. It may be that this is a valid comparison, but the Nazis are long ago and far away, whereas the ninja in the U.S. are right now in full-cry and apparently without fear of any sort of control. The move mainly at night. They conceal their faces. They use overwhelming firepower and the make almost no effort to identify their targets. They are scarier than the Nazis -- who at least never concealed their faces."

Three days later the New York Times published an announcement: Following is the letter of resignation sent last week by former President George [H.W.] Bush to the National Rifle Association: May 3, 1995, in which Bush stated, in part,

"I was outraged when, even in the wake of the Oklahoma City tragedy, Mr. Wayne LaPierre, executive vice president of N.R.A., defended his attack on federal agents as "jack-booted thugs." To attack Secret Service agents or A.T.F. people or any government law enforcement people as "wearing Nazi bucket helmets and black storm trooper uniforms - wanting to "attack law abiding citizens - is a vicious slander on good people.
... In 1993, I attended the wake for A.T.F. agent Steve Willis, another dedicated officer who did his duty. I can assure you that this honorable man, killed by weird cultists, was no Nazi.
...."your broadside against Federal agents deeply offends my own sense of decency and honor; and it offends my concept of service to country. It indirectly slanders a wide array of government law enforcement officials, who are out there, day and night, laying their lives on the line for all of us." ...

During my visit to the Branch Davidian property in May 2008, I got pictures of the memorials not only to the innocent Davidians who were slaughtered in cold blood, but also the memorial to the four ATF agents including Steven Willis, whom Bush sr. referred to. The fact that they even have a memorial to the slain federal agents shows that they were far from willful murderers, as is falsely portrayed by the establishment.

In reality, just two days prior to the one year anniversary of the initial (Feb. 28, 1993) raid on the Branch Davidian property, a jury had acquitted all defendants of murder charges. The jury deliberated only four days to reach a decision after a six week trial. On 2/27/94, the Los Angeles Times reported ' 11 Waco Cultists Are Acquitted of Murder Charges : Trial: Outcome indicates jurors placed most blame on the government. Seven Branch Davidians are convicted on lesser charges. Anaheim mother agrees with defense', which stated in part

"Dealing a sharp blow to the government, jurors on Saturday FEB 26 acquitted all 11 members of the Branch Davidian cult accused of murder and murder-conspiracy in the deaths of four federal agents who stormed their compound near Waco, Tex., a year ago. Most of the defendants were convicted of lesser charges. Five were convicted of aiding and abetting voluntary manslaughter in the deaths of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms agents. Those five and two others were also found guilty of weapons possession charges. Four cult members were cleared of all charges.
... Although most of the defendants were convicted of some offenses, the acquittals on the most serious charges indicated that jurors believed the ATF--and not cult members, whose lawyers had argued they acted only in self-defense--was largely responsible for the violence.
Defense attorney Terry Kirk sought to make that point in telling reporters outside the courthouse: "The nerve of the federal government to do what they did on Feb. 28, and then come into a courtroom and file a brief saying: 'Oh, if it's a federal agent, you don't have the right of self-defense, you have to take a bullet in the head.' "Well, the judge didn't buy it, the American people most assuredly would not have bought it, and that's the message the jury sent." ...

Clive Doyle, a 52-year-old native Australian who is a naturalized U.S. citizen, was among those acquitted of all charges. He wept when he told reporters outside the courthouse: "I'm sorry there are four agents that are dead and a lot more that are wounded. Personally, I believe that those in charge of their agencies caused that.

After the Waco verdict, San Antonio prosecutor Ray Jahn was quoted as saying "if there was excessive force, that needs to be resolved in the court, not from the barrel of a gun." Jahn apparently has no problem with jackboots enacting their flavor of "justice" by open firing on innocent people, but conversely demands that victims meekly get murdered and not respond in kind, instead dealing in a 'gentlemanly manner' later in court. Unfortunately for Jahn and his govenrment ilk, this does not fly with the Amerian people. In 2012, Reason reported "An amendment to Indiana'a Castle Docrtine passed in March would allow homeowners to use deadly force against "public servants" who are committing "unlawful intrusions." Jahn, who retired in 2010, also prosecuted actor Woody Harrelson's father, who was convicted in 1982 of assassinating a federal judge.

The article HOLOCAUST AT WACO [by Gary Null July 04, 1995] covers several key aspects of the case including the fact that "THE GOVERNMENT HAS NEVER PRESENTED ANY EVIDENCE THAT ANY CHILD WAS EVER ABUSED AT THE WACO COMPOUND" and the fact that David Koresh had told federal agents "'Hold on a minute. There are women and children here. We need to talk about this.' Before he could get the last words out of his mouth, shots came from the outside..."

Bush, who turned 88 on June 12th of this year, was interviewed on NBC television as the anchor pointed out "And our contributing correspondent Jenna Bush Hager - just happens to be his granddaughter!" [See George H.W. Bush Tears Up During Birthday Interview With Jenna On 'Today'.]

Jenna asks "What do you want your legacy to be?" to which Bush replies "I want somebody else to define the legacy". George and Barbara had 6 kids 17 grandkids including the youngest great granddaughter, Georgia Helena Walker Bush - "G.H.W.B.," Bush proudly proclaims. Asked about returning to the White House for visits, Bush told his granddaughter "any time you go there there's a certain sense of awe and wonder about the experience. A lot of memories come flooding back..." [See the TV News report from 1989: Homosexual underage call boys visit Bush White House.

Bush describes the "Majesty" he feels at the White House and notes that "two presidents in one family, pretty good". When asked about death, he tells his granddaughter that he's not scared of death at all and there are people in heaven that he'd want to see, including "Maybe Robin, our little girl that died." Wrapping up the segment with a teary Jenna Bush back in the NBC studio, one male anchor replies "those letters that he writes are legendary", as the gaggle of five NBC hosts continue fawning and literally blowing kisses to the camera on behalf of Poppy Bush.

In October 2007, Jenna Bush said that "My father is the boss of the government", revealing the sick mindset passed through the Bush generations, which her grandfather relayed with his "majestic" White House comment. On the 10/29 episode of the TONIGHT SHOW, Bush daughter was telling Jay Leno about her experience in Latin America working for UNICEF, and telling a girl that her father was the president. "and I said 'mi padre is el jefe del gobierno', which means, my father is the chief of the government, and, er.. the boss of the government ... and she said, 'oh that's fine' .....She couldn't believe it, but she didn't care, because that's the great thing about kids, they don't care who your dad is."

Note: I was a guest on Dr. Kevin Barrett's radio show Friday 12/28 discussing this article and related issues. The MP3 can be heard here.

Martin Hill is a Catholic paleoconservative and civil rights advocate. His work has been featured on LewRockwell.com, WhatReallyHappened, Infowars, PrisonPlanet, Economic Policy Journal, FreedomsPhoenix, Veterans Today, Antiwar.com, IamtheWitness.com, RomanCatholicReport.com, The Wayne Madsen Report, Devvy.com, National Motorists Association, WorldNetDaily, Rense, The Orange County Register, KNBC4 Los Angeles, Los Angeles Catholic Lay Mission Newspaper, KFI 640, The Press Enterprise, BlackBoxVoting, and many others. Archives can be found at LibertyFight.com