Where’s My Country has raised many eyebrows, and caused many controversial talks

Where’s My Country has raised many eyebrows, and caused many controversial talks

Michael Moore’s book Dude. I think this book is very educational and a good read. The book does not just drag on about politics, but is easily explained in words the American public can understand and comprehend. It makes you wonder what is really going on in Washington D.C. and how much George Bush Jr. actually knew about September 11, 2001 before it happened. In chapter one Moore addresses seven questions towards Bush. The first question Bush is asked about are family relations between the Bush’s and the Bin Laden’s. We are told that the Bin Laden’s and the Bush’s have had relations since 1973 when Salem Bin Laden, Osamas brother bought land, built a house, and created Bin Laden Aviation in San Antonio, Texas. After Bush Sr. left office he became a highly paid consultant for the Carlyle Group, a major investor in the Carlyle group is none other than the Bin Ladens. The second question asked is about the “special relationship” between the Bushes and the Saudi royal family. It is no secret that the largest supplier of oil to the U.S. is Saudi Arabia. When Sadam invaded Kuwait in 1990 the Saudis felt threatened and Bush Sr. came to their rescue. Prince Bandar and wife, Haifa said that Bush Sr. and his wife were like a mother and father to them. Prince Bandar is also an investor in the Carlyle Group. The next matter discussed questions who really attacked the United States on September 11. After some digging by Moore, it was discovered Osama Bin Laden has weak kidneys and needs dialysis for treatment. A person who needs dialysis cannot travel far, and Osama probably was not going to come to the U.S. for treatment so just exactly how could he have pulled 9/11 off? In order for someone to hit a five-story building going 500 miles per hour they need good training, the kind of training you get from the air force, Moore then pr…


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