A Radiant Cage Of Thunder
WHY IS BUSH JR. BUYING UP 100,000 ACRES IN SOUTH AMERICA?
I don't suppose anyone else finds it revealing that George W. Bush Jr. is sending his daughter down to South America under the guise of 'helping the poor children' to secure the new BUSH family estate next to one of the worlds largest natural water aquifers.
Kinda makes me wonder if he knows something we don't... something that he's keeping secret from the American People.
I would guess he thinks he can't be extradited for war crimes and other crimes he committed during his illegitimate Presidency by hiding himself away in South America just like the fleeing Nazi war criminals did after WWII - but justice finally caught up with a few of them. I suppose that's why he's been trying so desperately to hedge his bets by including all those 'retro-active immunity' clauses in his Presidential Directives absolving and pardoning himself of any legal guilt for all the many crimes he's committed against the American People and against other sovereign nations.
Bush Paraguay Land Grab Incites Unease
Latin America News Agency ^ | 10/18/2006
Asuncion, Oct 18 (Prensa Latina) The land grab project of US President George W. Bush in Chaco, Paraguay, has generated considerable discomfort both politically and environmentally.
The news circulating the continent about plans to buy 98,840 acres of land in Chaco, Paraguay, near the Triple Frontier (Bolivia, Brazil, Paraguay) is the talk of the town in these countries.
Although official sources have not confirmed the information that is already public, the land is reportedly located in Paso de Patria, near Bolivian gas reserves and the Guarani indigenous water region, within the Triple Border.
Alto Paraguay Gov. Erasmo Rodriguez Acosta revealed he heard that part of the land purchase consists of an ecological reserve (Fundacion Patria), with which Bush is affiliated.
Concern increased last week with the arrival of Bush' daughter, Jenna, and a source from the Physical Planning Department saying that most of the Chaco region now belongs to private North American companies.
Luis D'Elia, Argentina´s undersecretary for Land for Social Habitat, says the matter raises regional concern because it threatens local natural resources.
He termed it “surprising” that the Bush family is trying to settle a few short miles from the US Mariscal Estigarribia Military Base.
Argentinean Adolfo Perez Esquivel warned that the next global war will be fought not for oil, but for water, and recalled that Acuifero Guaraní is one of the largest underground water reserves in South America, running beneath Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay (larger than Texas and California together).
“The southern US states are already struggling with water shortages,' asserted the 1980 Nobel Peace Prizewinner. "They will simply take what they need by force if the situation becomes any more desperate."
Orlando Castillo, Paraguay Peace and Justice Service member, recalled the US military buildup in Chaco under a bilateral agreement.