Bush Family Fortunes: The Best Democracy Money Can Buy Reviews
American investigative journalist Greg Palast (‚??Orwell Rolls in His Grave‚?? & ‚??Unprecedented‚??) reteams with co-director Steven Grandison for this Disinformation Company released post Iraq invasion re-edit of their BBC muck-racking report of the same name, which inspired ‚??Farenheit 9/11‚?? by Michael Moore.
Presenter Greg Palast hounds George W. Bush and his dynasty, uncovering his military service controversy as well as examining the 2000 US Presidential Election Florida recount, the Enron deregulation and business connections to the Bin Laden family, which resulted in him blocking FBI investigations that could of prevented the September 11th attacks.
Greg Palast makes a wry and cynical narrator who draws some insightful interviews from headliners Jim Hightower, Bill White and Bill Burkett, as well as some entertainment from the loathsome Andrea & Dean McWilliams, the larger-than-life Nick Kralj and the deranged Wayne Madsen, not to forget brief appearances from Ron Motley and General Jay Garner.
The journalist turned debut filmmakers put forward his ‚??Bush-cycle‚?? hypothesis in an entertaining little film which only occasionally loses its way in flashy graphics and Moby music, thankfully absent in the BBC original, and despite some over editorialising from its fedora and raincoat clad host has some genuine revelations since overexposed by Michael Moore.
‚??Oil is thicker than blood.‚??
Who Custer is? Go get the fukin info on Wikipedia
I cannt repeat enough Bush was a PAIN IN THE ASS! Well however I think some American Fellows are really naiv dont blame you!
Yeah Iran with Russia and US wif Israel. What a breeding sow. All we can do is to pretend DUMBASSES and get screwed wif our taxes every year;)
He is the epitome of corruption and evil.
His family and the good old boys that have paved the way for he and his father
should be burned alive.