- The UN moderator introduced Bush yesterday, this way:
- "On behalf of the General Assembly, I have the honor
to welcome to the United Nations "His Excellency" Mr. George
W. Bush, the president of the United States of America and to invite him
to address the Assembly."
- The term 'Excellency' should be used only for royalty,
and never for an elected person representing a so-called free Republic
- but then Bush wasn't elected, so maybe the moderator was only catering
to another of this outlaw's fantasies?
- Here are some things that many of us have overlooked
about our self-proclaimed leadership and their recent efforts to take over
the world. Perhaps the first order on that list ought to be a reminder
that the Outlaws are incompetent in every way. If they were even remotely
capable of doing anything at all - then we'd all be in the FEMA camps or
dead by now.
- If they could function at all: then the disputed states
of Iraq and Afghanistan would both be really exemplary puppets, as opposed
to failed states, and the oil in both places would be flowing freely to
Israel, and into the US supply chain, while the profits from this venture
would be safely in the knarled hands of private corporations, which could
then have been carrying out the next two wars in this never ending chain
of wars-the wars that were designed to end all the freedoms in the world.
This did not happen, only because of the extreme ineptitude and the total
lack of planning by the satanic forces of our dictators. Seeking global
control is one thing, actually doing it is quite another.
- When seen from this angle one becomes clearly aware of
the fact that nothing undertaken by this administration has succeeded.
- The "attacks of 911" which were orchestrated
and carried out from secret war-rooms in the Pentagon and the White House
- succeeded in the sense that the targets were destroyed; but their aftermath
is unraveling in every other detail. Phase two sought to use this attack
as the battle cry for unilateral attacks on other nations, this also initially
succeeded-yet ultimately both actions fell flat, as it became clear that
neither war had a legitimate point or purpose. Now as the entire situation
is in complete disarray, with chaos completely in charge instead of the
vaunted US military, the final excuse has come down to an obscene denial
of reality in the overwhelming face of mounting resistance everywhere,
to everything we said we wanted to do.
- Yesterday Bush lectured the UN, about the needs of the
Iraqi people - these are the same Iraqi people that we routinely slaughter
in bombing raids, and mortar attacks, not to mention our middle-of-the-night
round-ups that imprisoned nine-tenths the civilian population we arrested
for no reason whatsoever. If we really care so much about the Iraqi people
why do we not bother to count how many of them we are killing, everyday,
in order to free the survivors of our aggressive invasion?
- The Iraqi workforce we "employ" to fix the
infrastructure is now one third of what is needed, because they fear for
their lives. Electricity, water, and reconstruction have been reduced to
less than what it all was before the war, and since we are now practicing
torture along with deprivation of the populace, there is no longer any
difference between our regime and that of Saddam's except that perhaps
his was more predictable than ours.
- All of this on top of the failed US economy, a system
that is hopelessly strangling the social order here, while a full-blown
class war is under way. The nine-tenths of the population that have to
work for a living, are definitely losing in every area of life that they
care about - while "they're betters" have found a Nirvana that
is seemingly unending, complete with annual tax-breaks that continue to
increase the size and scale of their own obscene wealth.
- The trials of those who created the national scandals
in energy, in bookkeeping and on Wall Street have only just begun, with
no major figures yet actually charged (their property and their wealth
remains intact): After the election they will all no doubt be pardoned.
- Meanwhile medical costs continue to skyrocket, the benefits
for seniors are becoming a national horror story, and education has dropped
to 10th place among civilized nations. The "safety-net" that
was created after the stock market crash of 29, is now nothing but a shredded
rag that has been thrown away, to make way for ever greater profits and
ever-greater excesses for those who steal from others for a living.
- In case anyone may have missed it, the political conventions
were canceled this year, by the media (who made the decisions for the delegates)
long before they were to be held. And since neither party wanted to question
the legality of our stance in the world, of unilateral pre-emptive strikes,
or the war in Iraq, or the dire state of the economy: there appears to
be no further need for the trappings of political parities and their so-called
dialogue that leads to "consensus."
- Both the administration and the country seemed to be
hooked on the phrase. "Let's move on." That really cannot be
done, until we have dealt with what we've allowed to happen to this point.
Nothing above is going to fix itself. And the relatives of the people we
have murdered all over this planet are not going to simply forget their
loved ones, nor will they forget who did that to them. The past is huge
and ugly, and can be denied only momentarily.
- Bush says that he is the WAR president; He proudly claims
that he "owns this topic." Then he should be made to wear this
war for the hair shirt of blood and guts and human excrement that it truly
is, because these actions of this 'war president' - stink to the highest
of heavens. We have invested over 17,000 casualties in this fantasy of
his, and the people we have been killing have been dying in huge numbers
since 1991. These crimes must be answered for - and that must be done NOW,
- This government is now bringing charges against big tobacco,
in court. The charges involve lying to the American people for the past
50 years, deceiving the public about the safety of their products, and
the merits of their claims, as well as committing fraud. These are the
same claims that need to be brought against this administration, as they
are the current descendants of the government that has been doing these
same things to the American public for at least the last 50 years.
- The point of the big tobacco case is to bankrupt the
cigarette manufacturers since it is impossible to simply outlaw cigarettes.
The monetary damages being sought exceed $280 billion. In the case of the
US government the point of bringing such a case would be to punish the
behavior, and prosecute the leadership, for that which it now seems impossible
to do (the ballot process having been corrupted, along with the voter registration
rolls and the state government oversight of all of that), in the otherwise
normal process of elections.
- The US government has no friends that we haven't purchased
in the community of nations, and our policies have become the laughing
stock of the entire world. It is a real pity that so many Americans are
afraid to say what they think, or to do what their gut says they should
do - which is get rid of these outlaws - legally and permanently. Some
will see this as proof that we are really very lucky that the Outlaws are
so completely without talent or abilities of any kind. However - what will
soon become evident is the extremely high price that all of us will pay-for
this continuing silence of the lambs.