12 December 2005

Bush-Bin Laden Mafia Hungry for Dunkin' Donuts


In Friday's business section of the Washington Post, we learn that The Carlyle Group wants to buy the French owned Dunkin' Donuts chain.

For a firm like Carlyle, with a sordid history and deeply entrenched geopolitical connections, this venture raises eyebrows. As this story develops, we at Savage Justice will follow it closely.

The Carlyle Group (watch a documentary) is a firm of well-connected war profiteers. According to a piece in the 31 October 2001 Guardian, its partners include, "Frank Carlucci - Ronald Reagan's defence secretary and a former deputy director of the CIA," as well as "the first President Bush and his secretary of state, James Baker; [former British Prime Minister] John Major; one-time World Bank treasurer Afsaneh Masheyekhi and several south-east Asian powerbrokers."

"Carlyle partners," the piece continues, "own stakes that would be worth $180m each if each partner owned an equal slice." They solicit capital from the ruling class elites, greasing the skids for Carlyle's defence firms to make weapons of mass destruction.

Until October 2001, the firm also listed among its partners members of Bin Laden's family. In fact, the British Observer reported that "On 11 September, while Al-Qaeda's planes slammed into the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, the Carlyle Group hosted a conference at a Washington hotel. Among the guests of honour was a valued investor: Shafig bin Laden, brother to Osama."

This thread, when pulled, exposes the deep, long-standing relationship between the Bush family to the Bin Laden family - a relationship marinated in conspiracy, fraud, oil, and war profiteering - and that obliterates the narrative of Uncle Sam's phony Psy-Op, the 'War on Terror'.
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