Originally posted by @whodey
I would like to talk about the recent passing of Hugh Heffner. With his passing, is the world a better place for women?
Did he exploit women for his own greedy capitalistic ambition and destroy lives, or did he help liberate women by letting them make ungodly sums of money?
It's kinda odd (don't you think) that George H. W. Bush and Hugh Heffner are blood related?
CIA "founded" September 1947.
Playboy established six years later, October 1953 (first issue that December).
H.W. in heavy with the CIA from the very beginning with his shell companies and business fronts used to carry on the nefarious deeds of that criminal and unconstitutional vile organization.
One of his phony fronts, Zapata Petroleum--- also established in 1953--- 'just happened' to share the same name as the CIA's Operation Zapata... explained away as coincidence for its connection to the Cuban bay sharing the same name.
H.W.--- who lied about his twenty year direct and emphatic involvement with the CIA when he was appointed director in the 1970's --- is the only adult in America alive at the time who either couldn't recall where he was when Kennedy was murdered by his own countrymen, or
claimed to be in Houston on "oil business," despite the fact that we have a letter from him placing him in Dallas and a photograph of him at the Texas Book Depository on that shameful day.
And why wouldn't a former CIA director not
be interviewed by that hallowed magazine?
Presidents have, so it's only fitting that any leader worth their salt should likewise endorse a magazine which made its mark on the world by finding nubile beauties in their prime, enticing them with fame/fortune, photographing them in provocative settings with little to no covering, and then discarding them when they had lost their 'value.'
One cousin intent on destroying the US from within its own administration, the other cousin intent on destroying the US from within its own heart.
No connections at all, otherwise.