The World According to Bush

"The World According to Bush" is a 2004 French documentary by director William Karel written in cooperation with Eric Laurent about the Bush family, especially George W. Bush. It examines and interviews Bush supporters, including the Christian right, neo-conservatives, and businesspeople, as well as Bush critics. It discusses the history of the Bush family, including Prescott Bush, who was on the board of German-owned companies during the Nazi period. It also shows televised statements made by Bush and his supporters, including Jerry Falwell.

The film features interviews with (in order of appearance):

* Michael Ledeen
* David Frum
* Jim Hoagland, Washington Post
* Stanley Hoffmann, Harvard University
* Jerry Falwell
* James Robison
* Ed McAteer
* Arnaud de Borchgrave, Washington Post
* Robert David Steele, Central Intelligence Agency
* James Woolsey
* Richard Perle
* Robert Baer, Central Intelligence Agency
* Anthony Blinken
* David Corn, The Nation
* Hans Blix
* Sam Gwynne, Texas Monthly
* Colin Powell
* Joseph Wilson
* Charles Lewis (journalist), Center for public integrity
* Viet Dinh
* Norman Mailer
* Frank Carlucci, Carlyle Group
* Laurent Murawiec, former analyst at Rand Corporation
* David Kay

External links

* [http://www.cbc.ca/passionateeyesunday/feature_171004.html "The World According to Bush"] on CBC
* [http://www.flachfilm.com/index.php?page=film&id=79&lang=en "The World According to Bush" on Flach Film]


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