The Bush Family Saga
The Bush-Enron Connection
05/11/03: (Information Clearing House)As there’s so much information on the Bush-Enron connection (over a quarter of a million links on Google), rather than attempt to show the bankruptcy side of things, I’ve sifted through a number of stories and tried to find the ones which show the bigger picture, starting wuth the Argentine connection between Enron, the Bushes, George Snr, Jeb and Neil.
"Don’t cry for Bush, Argentina" — March/April 200 Mother Jones Magazine
How to use your influence to change the laws of foreign countries to benefit US corporations.
"IMF/World Bank/Enron/Bush - Grand Theft Larceny" 8 March 2002 Centre for Research on Globalisation
Transcript of Interview with Greg Palast, Journalist for BBC and Observer, London, by Alex Jones, Alex Jones Radio Show, Monday (PM), March 4, 2002
This is an incredible story, detailing the links between the IMF and the World Bank, the Bushes and Enron’s (amongst other giant corporations) dealings with developing countries, in particular, India
See also:http://gregpalast.com for the sources of this article.
"Bush Did Try to Save Enron" -- By Sam Parry May 29, 2002, Consortium News
"Meet Enron, Bush's Biggest Contributor" By Pratap Chatterjee, The Progressive
"The Enron, Bush, Baker, Rockefeller connection" -- Global Free Press
This link will take you to a number of other links to stories on the above
"Bush's Biggest Donors Had Links to Enron" by Huck Gutman, Common Dreams
Published on Friday, February 15, 2002 by Common Dreams
"Enron, Bush Officials Face Serious Legal Questions" by William Rivers Pitt
"The Enron, Bush, Baker, Rockefeller connection"by Robert Lederman, January 13, 2002
"Letter to Florida Gov. Jeb Bush: About You and Enron" By Joan Claybrook
February 14, 2002 Counterpunch
Details Jeb Bush’s financial links to the Enron Corp and also how the Enron bankruptcy impacted on Florida.
"The Lay-Bush Letters" The Smoking Gun
Pages of correspondence, exchanged during the years Bush served as governor of Texas, from the state archives in Austin, Texas in response to Freedom of Information requests filed by TSG and other news organizations.
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