If you haven't been reading the news, something very sinister may have snuck by you. Well, it may have passed through the news in fine print at the bottom of the last section of the newspaper back in 2005 and 2006. George W. Bush bought nearly 300,000 acres in the sparsely populated wastes of Paraguay. Why, you may ask? Well, his land rests atop one of the largest freshwater aquifers in the world: Acuifero Guarani. It is estimated to contain about 8,900 cubic miles of water. 8,900 cubic miles of water is nearly three times the size of California.
Wouldn’t you love to know what high-level intelligence the Bush family has been privy to over the years that would make them go out and buy hundreds of thousands of acres of water rights in a remote South American country?
Read this article on Agora Financial to find out more.
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