Ronald Reagan Secret Government 1984 pt.9/10
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Ronald Reagan Secret Government 1984
When the US sold missiles to Iran,
converted the profits to guns,
and traded the guns for cocaine
Ronald Reagan, Bush Sr Handiwork
tag: NSA Bill Moyers Oliver North Ronald Reagan George Bush CIA Secret Government FBI Treason Nixon JFK John Kerry Iran Vietnam Drugs South America White House Contra Illegal Weapon Law United States Nurnberg Military Officer Beirut Terrorist Constitution Oath Poindexter CLASSIFIED Covert Security McFarland Congress Executive Judicial
The US sold missiles to Iran, bought guns with the profits and then sent the guns to Central America to support to support a terror war against peasants in the countryside there.
The guns were paid for with cocaine processed by the so-called Contra which was then shipped to the US and sold wholesale to a criminal organization based in Los Angeles that was largely responsible for spreading crack cocaine throughout the nation in the 1980s.
When Bush Jr. took office in 2000, dozens of Iran-Contra operatives from the Ronald Reagan era came out of the woodwork to join his administration. Fox News gave one of the chief ring leaders, Oliver North, his own TV show.
(The head of Fox News is Roger Ailes, the former campaign manager for George Bush Sr's presidential campaign.)
During the Iran-Contra operation Ronald Reagan was nominally the president of the United States. In reality, vice president George Bush, Sr - director of the CIA less than ten years before - ran the show.
Amazingly, Bush Sr. completely insulated himself from any personal consequences regarding Iran-Contra. Like a good mafia don, he had layers and layers of loyal "button men" willing to shut up and take the fall for him.
His good friend Bill Clinton, who by many accounts protected the gun export and cocaine importation leg of this trade as it was conducted out of Mena, Arkansas, ran against Bush for president in 1992, won, and promptly discontinued all further investigation into the Iran-Contra affair or anything to do with Ronald Reagan.
If you want to take this a little deeper, the folks who were incinerated at Waco by Clinton and Janet Reno very early in Clinton's presidency, had a thriving business converting semi-automatic rifles to automatic ones. It's never been made clear who the customers for these weapons were, but if you look at a map, Waco, Texas is not that far from Mena, Arkansas.
Bill Clinton's representatives in the ATF office in Little Rock started feverishly developing their case against the Waco "cult" immediately after Clinton's election in November of 1992.
Yeah, it's complicated.
It's a shame these guys have so much energy and initiative because they do manage to get a lot done.
The whole Bush, Ronald Reagan phenomenon never ceases to amaze me.
The first thing George Bush Jr. did when we became president in 2000 was to offer jobs to many of the operatives involved in his father's and Ronald Reagan's Iran/Contra schemes.
Iran/Contra, as you will see from this film, outraged many people at the time including members of the news media and Congress
Twenty years later, Roger Ailes (a Ronald Reagan fanatic along with his boss Rupert Murdock) - Bush Sr's campaign manager - runs Fox News and no one in TV-Land (the producers and the watchers) appears concerned about anything.
The foundation for everything that's happening today was laid over twenty years ago by Papa Bush - the oil man, the CIA operative,
The friend of organized crime figures, best friend to Ronald Reagan co-actor to a monkey and on the House Un-American Activities Committee, the infamous Hollywood blacklist.