What is the Bush Family's Interest in Paraguay?
By: Lucy Osbourne
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Water covers 71% of the Earth’s surface. It is essential for all forms of life. Only 2.5% of the Earth’s water is freshwater. Approximately one billion people lack access to clean drinkable freshwater. In developing countries the demand for water exceeds supply by up to 50%. This means water plays an important role in the world’s economy.
He who controls the world’s water supply controls the world.
The George Bush Family
In 2006, the Bush family purchased 98,842 acres in Chaco Paraguay.
According to Russian Intelligence Analysts, Jenna Bush traveled to Paraguay on a 10 day mission for UNICEF. While there, she met with Paraguay’s President Nicanor Duarte and US ambassador to Paraguay, James Cason and finalized the land purchase deal on behalf of her family.
James Cason is an interesting person. Prior to being the Ambassador to Paraguay, he was chief of the United States Interests Section in Havana, Cuba. Prior to that, he was in Honduras and Jamaica. Cason previously served as political advisor to NATO and U S Atlantic Command. He also served commissions in Italy, Portugal, El Salvador, Panama, Venezuela, Uruguay and Bolivia. He is a very well connected Bureaucrat.
Ties between the Bush Family and Paraguay date back to World War II. Grandfather Prescott Bush was an American financier for the German Nazi Regime. At the end of the war, top Nazi officials, with the help of Prescott Bush, escaped Germany and went to South America.
Guarani, Paraguay was a favored escape route for convicted Nazi war criminals.
- Paraguay has no extradition treaty with the United States. Meaning if George Bush is ever charged with war crimes, he can fly out to his ranch in Paraguay and become untouchable; not that he can’t be just as untouchable in Texas or Maine.
- The property sits on top of the Guarani Aquifer. Guarani is one of the world’s largest aquifer systems. It supplies water to four countries. Guarani is the size of Texas and California combined. It is said that this vast underground reservoir could supply fresh drinking water to the world for 200 years.
- According to a Paraguay’s drug czar, “it an enormously strategic point in both the narcotics and arms trades.”
- The property is only a few miles from the Paraguay’s Mariscal Estigarribia military air base. This air base is a sprawling complex with an airfield large enough to handle B-52 bombers and Galaxy C-5 cargo planes. It also has a huge radar system, vast hangers, and can house up to 16,000 troops. The air base is larger than the international airport at the capital city, Asuncion. Some 500 U S Special Forces were there for a three-month counterterrorism training exercise, code named Operation Commando Force 6.
According to sources inside the Paraguay government, Paraguay and the United states have an agreement. The U S Special Forces are guaranteed total immunity and diplomatic status. They are free to import and export, they do not pay taxes, and their trade is not subjected in any inspections.
Prior to being confronted with the evidence, the U.S. Military claimed the base was a small weather station with a dirt airfield.
- Chaco, Paraguay is also near the Bolivian gas reserves.
George Bush once said, “I have no problem with dictatorship, as long as I am the dictator.”
If a person has experience in drilling oil, they probably have the capability of drilling for water and gas.
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