Yet Another Bush "Conspiracy Theory" Revealed
This photo shows Prescott Bush (center) with his friends Roland Harriman (left), Knight Woolley and R. Lovett.
It's eight years too late, but The Guardian has finally confirmed the "Conspiracy Theories" about Bush's grandfather and the Nazis (as heroically detailed long ago by Webster G. Tarpley).
The most tantalising part of the story remains shrouded in mystery: the connection, if any, between Prescott Bush, Thyssen, Consolidated Silesian Steel Company (CSSC) and Auschwitz.The Harrimans are closely related to the Brown family, whose name now adorns Halliburton's top subsidiary, KBR (Kellogg, Brown and Root). Foster Dulles and his brother set up the CIA, and George H.W. Bush became an agent, then a director, then a Veep and then a President. And then his idiot son became a President too...
Thyssen's partner in United Steel Works, which had coal mines and steel plants across the region, was Friedrich Flick, another steel magnate who also owned part of IG Farben, the powerful German chemical company.
Flick's plants in Poland made heavy use of slave labour from the concentration camps in Poland. According to a New York Times article published in March 18 1934 Flick owned two-thirds of CSSC while "American interests" held the rest.
The US National Archive documents show that BBH's involvement with CSSC was more than simply holding the shares in the mid-1930s. Bush's friend and fellow "bonesman" Knight Woolley, another partner at BBH, wrote to Averill Harriman in January 1933 warning of problems with CSSC after the Poles started their drive to nationalise the plant. "The Consolidated Silesian Steel Company situation has become increasingly complicated, and I have accordingly brought in Sullivan and Cromwell, in order to be sure that our interests are protected," wrote Knight. "After studying the situation Foster Dulles is insisting that their man in Berlin get into the picture and obtain the information which the directors here should have. You will recall that Foster is a director and he is particularly anxious to be certain that there is no liability attaching to the American directors."
But the ownership of the CSSC between 1939 when the Germans invaded Poland and 1942 when the US government vested UBC and SAC is not clear.
And nobody really gives a shit about all this crap, do they. We move on, we move on...