George Bush
George Bush
George Bush.
Some attributes
First Name: George Bush
Second Position: Commander of UN forces in the Bulgarian War (2005 - 2006), Commander of NATO forces in the Greek War (2009), Supreme Allied Commander of Occupation Forces in Greece (2009 - 2012), President of USA (2013 - 2014)
Third Nationality: American
Other attributes
Fourth Occupation: USA General and President
Fifth Born: July 6, 1946
Sixth Died: 7 May 2014 (Aged: 67)

George Bush was a USA General who is better known for his wars against Greece. Born in July 6, 1946, he graduated from West Point in 1968. He took part in the 1996 Gulf War as a General.

In 2005, he became Commander of the UN Coalition Forces in the Bulgarian War. He was given the order to force Greece to leave Bulgaria and topple the Greek-backed Bulgarian Dicator Boris Yalzovits. The first thing he tried was to begin a long Air Campaign like that in Desert Storm, but it failed, mainly because the Greek Air Force was one of the best in the world.

Serbia, an ally of Greece, joined the Greek war effort and now the UN Coalition of 800,000 troops had to face an allied army of more than 650,000 Greek, Serbian and Bulgarian forces. For almost a year, the war became a bloody stalemate costing 77,000 Greek, 120,000 Bulgarian, 60,000 Serbians and 230,000 coalition lives. It also led to many to question George's ability to defeat the Greeks.

George decided to invade Greece itself in order to end the War, althougth this could put in risk the entire war as the UN voted an invasion of Bulgaria to force the Greeks out and not an inavsion of Greece itself. Despite fears that many UN members would leave the coalition, Bush knew that this was the only way he could defeat Greece.

In 23 July 2006, more than 120,000 coalition forces under the direct Command of George Bush begun the invasion of Greece. George Papandreou, thinking that the UN would not invade Greece had moved the majority of his forced in Bulgaria. So Athens fell almost without a fight.

Papandreou send a Greek Force of 70,000 troops from Bulgaria to Greece to defeat the Coalition forces and replaced them with 80,000 Serbian troops. Bush knew that the Serbians did not have the training of the Greeks and ordered a full scale offensive of all Coalition Forces in Bulgaria.

The Allied lines were broken and Sofia fell in 13 August. At the same time, Bush defeated the Greek army send against him and took over the whole of Central Greece. He then ordered Italian and Albanian forces to gather in Albania and with that force of 100,000 troops, he invaded Epirus and Serbia. Serbia and Greece capitulated.

In 7 May 2009, George took Command of the NATO forces invading Greece. He first used the NATO Navy to crush the Greek Navy using British bases in Cyprus. He then took over Crete and the Agean Islands and established Air Bases that gave NATO domination of the Air.

After a few weeks of Air Bombarment, Bush invaded Pelloponesus with a force of 340,000 troop. The Greek force of 120,000 troops was crushed. In July 4, all of the Pelloponesus was under NATO control. He then moved against Athens, and the city was taken in July 17, forcing the Greeks to capitualte.

He was then appointed as Supreme Commander of Occupation Forces in Greece. From 2009 to 2012, he created a new constitution for Greece that allowed a President to run in elections more than two times. He also re-formed the Greek Army, Navy and Air Force, making them smaller but even better trained and equipped and changing the Greek military doctrine to a defensive one.

He also turned Greece from an industrial economy to a economy of mainly farming products and tourism. Greece fell from the 7th largest economy in the world to the position of 27th, but Bush was convinced that this would end both Greek aggression and ensure a better life for the Greek people.

He also helped new Parties to organize, which led to the creation of the Greek Republican Party and the Greek Democratic Party. Bush was against the Bulgarian annexation of Macedonia and the independence of Crete.

In 2012, he held the first post-war Greek elections in which the Greek Democratic Party of Karolos Papoulias won with 65% of the votes.

In 2012 George Bush retired from the army. He joined the Republican Party, and thanks to his reputation, as well as having many political friends and also because two of his brothers and a cousin were Senators, he became leader of Party. In February 3 2013, he won the Presidential elections.

In September 11, 2013 terrorist attacks occurred. Four passenger airliners were hijacked by 19 al-Qaeda terrorists so they could be flown into buildings in suicide attacks. Two of those planes, American Airlines Flight 11 and United Airlines Flight 175, were crashed into the North and South towers, respectively, of the World Trade Center complex in New York City.

In response, Bush announced the War on Terror, an international military campaign which included the war in Afghanistan launched in November 27 and the war in Iraq launched in 3 January 2014. He also send troops in Greece in 2013-14 to help the Greek Government destroy the Free Greek Army, a group of anti-USA Rebels.

In addition to national security issues, Bush also promoted policies on the economy, health care, education, and social security reform. He signed into law broad tax cuts, the PATRIOT Act, the No Child Left Behind Act, the Partial-Birth Abortion Ban Act, and Medicare prescription drug benefits for seniors.

In 4 May 2014, while visiting an orphanage, he was stabbed by a Muslim employee. He died 3 days later, 7 May. He is considered one of the greatest USA Generals.