On February 15, 2012 at the Tulare, California International Agri-Center World Ag Expo George W. Bush the 43rd President of the United States spoke to a crowd of supporters about the Ag Warriors program. The Ag Warriors program claims to offer returning military veterans the prerequisite training, certification, and access to careers in agriculture. This speech promoting the Ag Warriors program is nothing more than propaganda aimed at garnering waning support for the failing war on terrorism that began with Operation Enduring Freedom. On October 7, 2001, US Armed Forces invaded Afghanistan in response to the 9/11 attacks and began combat action in Afghanistan against Al Qaeda terrorists and their Taliban supporters. Bush officially declared the “war on terror” in a speech written by Michael Gerson to a joint session of congress and a national TV audience on September 20, 2001 only 9 days after the 9/11 terrorist attacks. The evidence is overwhelming that George W. Bush had prior knowledge of the 9/11 attacks and that no weapons of mass destruction were in Iraq. This evidence makes him a war criminal in the eyes of many Americans, a tribunal headed by the former prime minister of Malaysia, and several human rights groups which planned to file criminal charges with Swiss authorities in February of 2011.
We Are Change Fresno and Occupy Visalia helped raise public awareness about the crimes of mass murder, treason against the U.S. Constitution, and foreknowledge of the 9/11 attacks. Some of their signs read “Google Building 7”, “End The Federal Reserve”, “Bush is a War Criminal”, and “Google Bush Skull and Bones Illuminati”. It is an absurdity that Bush is still portrayed by the media as an American hero and a loving Christian family man. Locally in the Central Valley, the primary outlet for this public deception is KMJ 580am an establishment neoconservative talk radio station. The sad truth is many virtuous and genuine Americans fall for this childlike propaganda and praise Bush for what he has done.
When we arrived at the event the police told us that we could protest in a free speech area only forty feet long and eight feet wide facing the back gate. A bus of Turkish tourists was parked in the free speech area, but moved when we showed up. Some of its passengers came out and thanked us and showed support for our effort to spread the truth. One woman took a picture with me holding my sign and then hugged me. Things went well until we decided we might have a bigger audience for the message of truth if we changed locations. Another member of We Are Change Fresno and myself started walking toward the front of the Ag Expo to scout for a good area to stand with our signs. On our way to the exit a man working there said we could not leave the free speech area with our signs and if we did he would call the police and have us arrested. We had a chat with him for a few minutes and decided to go back to the free speech area in order to avoid any conflict. Some of the Ag Expo attendees were genuinely interested in the information and took what we were handing out for free (flyers and AE911Truth DVDs) while some met us with rude comments and some vulgarity due to the cognitive dissonance they were experiencing. We let people know that George W. Bush is a war criminal and no American hero.
— We Are Change Fresno