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Old 02-10-2006, 06:16 PM
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Default Re: George W. Bush, Zionist Double Agent, American Traitor

Dear All,
"George W. Bush, Zionist Double Agent, American Traitor" by Texe Marrs is a very interesting article, and I believe most of it, if not all, is true.

However, I wish to point out that the picture of Bush carrying the Talmud is an apparent fake. A faked picture can easily discredit the whole article and subject which would be a shame.

This appears to be the source of the picture on the net,

Picture of the Day Archive, on the Shmais News Service :

And this is the picture:

I sent an email to about the picture and received this reply:


I've looked at it before and remembered seeing another variation, an obvious fake, of the picture where he is carrying a book called "Presidency for Dummies". This picture is mirrored compared to the one where he is carrying the Talmud so that he is waving with right hand..

Here is a Google Image search for that picture:

Overall the image of Bush carrying the Talmud just looks fake; the light is somehow not right, the contrasts, perhaps even the proportions - it simply looks like it has been put there.

One detail that looks like a giveaway is if you look at the spine of the book, you see that on the left side it is white, and not thick enough.

I've made an animated GIF picture comparing the two fakes. In my opinion it reveals a lot.

Conclusion; to me it appears as though the very original picture, (that I've not yet been able to track down) Bush was carrying a white ring binder of some sort whereafter someone has edited it to a "Bush for Dummies book". The picture of Bush carrying the Talmud has been edited either using the original, or the Bush for Dummies version, forgetting to edit a part of the spine of the book.

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