George W. Bush,
One Lying Son of a Bitch
Enough is enough. Political correctness is no longer an option
when discussing George W. Bush or the members of his administration. They are very simply lying bastards who have done and
continue to do irreversible harm to the world.
In tonight’s speech, Bush managed to use the word “terror”
or “terrorist” 31 times during the first 25 minutes.. He referenced 9/11 6 times. He invoked the name of Osama
bin Laden 3 times.
By once again connecting the PNAC plan to invade Iraq with
the events of 9/11, George W. Bush clearly proved that he is one lying son of a bitch. Let me remind the idiots who support
this murderous criminal that Iraq was not even on America’s list of terrorist nations prior to the invasion. Just ask
Colin Powell and Condoleezza Rice, both of whom declared Iraq to be no threat to America or the region
PRIOR to the invasion !!!
During the post speech discussions on CNN the 2 Senators speaking
discussed the benchmarks of progress in Iraq. They spoke of an Iraq that posed no threat to their neighbors and did not harbor
terrorists as a primary goal.
THAT WAS WHAT IRAQ WAS BEFORE THE GOD DAMN INVASION!
Are they crazy or are they lying? You know the answer!!! THEY
ARE LYING! The Democrats, the Rebublicans and the media are all lying! That’s all they have done for years!
They are criminals they they deserve to have their careers ended and they deserve to be jailed for life for crimes against
Here is a little stat for you: George W. Bushs environmental policies will result in the death of more human beings than
in all wars combined. By virtue of his environmental policies alone, George w. Bush is a far greater threat to your well being
and to our planet than any anything else on the planet other than total nuclear war. At this very moment his administration
is reconstituting the production of nuclear materials that have not been produced since the end of the cold war. One speck
of this plutonium can give you cancer. This is what George W. Bush contributes to the security of the world. He and his administration
are the greatest threat to life on earth and they are in the midst of destroying our nation as well, by dismantling our Constitution,
our civil rights, our economy and our general quality of life. Any president worth his salt would want to make the American
people feel safe. George W. Bush wants to keep you frightened, and you should be. Only you should not be afraid of the enemies
he points to, you should be very afraid of his policies, his (Project for a New American Century) administration and his lies.
He never told this nation that Iraq was a stable nation, however
undemocratic, that never threatened a single American life. He never told this nation that his invasion and that of his father
killed more people than Saddam ever did, and that George W. Bush’s father and our current Defense Secretary were the
ones who helped Saddam KILL HIS OWN PEOPLE in the first place!
He never told this nation that Dick Cheney’s company
was doing illegal business with Saddam while he was CEO of Halliburton.
George W. Bush is simply the biggest liar to ever grace our
TV sets with the exception of Dick Cheney who has yet to utter a single true statement of any importance.
Our media continue to ignore the relentless lies coming from
this bastard. They too are lying bastards; but that is so obvious that it is not worth mentioning at this point.
How long are we going to take it?
Note to the military: It is getting pretty damn
hard to support you when I watch you cheer this vile criminal as he lies to you and asks you to die for his PNAC handlers.
Iraq was not your enemy and they were not threatening our liberty, our freedom or our safety. You swore to protect our liberty,
freedom and our Constitution. You did not swear to achieve the goals of the ruling elite. Wake up and start understanding
that it is the anti-war movement who support you while your commander in chief lies to you. Start thinking for yourself. Would
you rather have a yellow ribbon on your grave or would you rather have the support, admiration and appreciation of the anti-war
community who spend their lives looking out for your best interest?
How many more uninformed lemmings will sign up to the military
in order to fight a war that is based 100% on lies? How many more people are going to blindly march to their deaths and blindly
murder innocent people at the behest of the ruling elite? Let me remind these military lemmings that no nations ever started
a war. Only leaders start wars. Without you they are impotent and they can cause no harm to the world. George Bush and his
entire administration are chickens; they never fought for this country. They never defended their fellow Americans. They did
everything they could to avoid serving their nation yet they use and abuse the members of the military as if they were nothing
more that numbers on a chart. It’s their war, it is not yours! Let them give their lives for this wonderful cause.
I am sorry if offended anyone and at the same time I say too
bad. Enough is enough. Our military have to stop cheering the commander in chief because he is a lying son of a bitch!
and here's his so called "casus belli" once again - clearly denying proven facts to the opposite:
Text of President Bush's Speech at Fort Bragg, N.C.
Tuesday, June 28, 2005; 8:11 PM
and now compare his speech to the following:
Let's Count the Lies
June 28, 2005
In the coming free 30 minutes of uninterrupted airtime that ABC News and the Disney Corporation will no doubt give to a spokesperson
for the majority of Americans who believe that the war on Iraq was a mistake, I expect we'll see some of the following points
made about the speech that Bush just gave.
First, it was curious to see Bush adopt usage of the French language, in
particular his repeated usage of the word "oui." At one point, he said "Oui, accept these burdens." Some viewers supposed
he meant "We accept these burdens," but no one has been able to identify a single burden that Bush has accepted, leading to
the consensus that the French word must have been the one on the teleprompters.
Second, and there's no really delicate
way to put this, it was stunning to see the extent to which Bush flat out lied his ass off. The Downing Street Minutes and
related documents have made clear, among other things, that Bush determined early on to promote two false justifications for
the war: asserting a threat from Iraq's fictitious weapons of mass destruction, and blaming the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001,
on Saddam Hussein. Tonight, Bush said he never made any such crazy claims.
Just kidding. Actually, Bush made them again
tonight. Of course, voices in the media believe the fact that he's lying his ass off is "old news," and polls ARE starting
to reflect that. But apparently repetition of the lies themselves is new news, worthy of commercial-free airtime that even
the Michael Jackson trial never merited. And ABC News had been given the speech transcript ahead of time. They provided commentary
on it before and after Bush read his lines. Yet their commentary never touched on the "old news."
Bush came back to
September 11th at least four times during the speech. He said that we (oui?) are fighting "a global war on terror," and that
"the terrorists we're fighting aim to remake the Middle East…Iraq is the latest battlefield in this war."
on streets of Baghdad are followers of the same ideology," Bush said, that produced the attacks of – you guessed it
– September 11, 2001.
But – do we really still have to say this? – the regime that Bush changed in
Iraq had exactly nothing to do with those attacks. And the terrorists on the streets of Baghdad were not there until Bush
attacked and occupied Baghdad. So, why did he do so?
There was, he just reminded us, "only one course … to defeat
them abroad before they attack us at home."
Bush is sticking to the lies that he included in the formal letter and
report that he submitted to the United States Congress within 48 hours after having launched the invasion of Iraq. In the
letter, dated March 18, 2003, the President made a formal determination, as required by the Joint Resolution on Iraq passed
by the U.S. Congress in October 2002, that military action against Iraq was necessary to "protect the national security of
the United States against the continuing threat posed by Iraq," as well as suggesting that the war is part of a global campaign
against those behind the attacks of September 11, 2001.
But Iraq couldn't even shoot down an airplane after endless
and illegal provocation during the summer of 2002. What was the threat? That they would nuke us in 45 minutes, that unmanned
planes would spray us with killer chemicals? These lies have all been shredded, and yet the idea that there was a threat is
still new news to ABC News.
"We [oui?] fight today," Bush said tonight, "because the terrorists want to attack our
cities and kill our citizens, and Iraq is where they are making their stand. We will fight them there, and we will stay in
the fight until the fight is won."
So, the disaster that Bush has created in Iraq is now the justification for having
created it. But who is this universal group of "terrorists" fighting this global war?
Bush made that clear tonight
by quoting none other than Osama Bin Laden as saying that "the war is waging in Iraq." But he didn't say that BEFORE Bush
launched a war against Iraq! Hey, Ted Koppel, do you guys, like, keep stuff on tape or that sort of thing?
to his lies tonight, as he does every day in which he maintains silence on key points about which the media will not ask him.
He did not say tonight that there will be no permanent US military bases in Iraq. He did not say tonight that the Iraqi people
will get to keep their oil. He said he would give no exit date until "the job is done" and the "mission" is "complete," but
he did not provide any way for a mortal to measure whether that state of affairs has been reached or not.
the mission, we will continue to hunt down the terrorists and insurgents." But won't you always continue to hunt down somebody
or other, Mr. President? So, won't the mission never be complete? So, won't there be permanent military bases? And wouldn't
you now forswear any interest in giving oil to your cronies if you were ever going to do so?
Bush said nothing about
the rise in terrorist incidents since he launched his war on terror, nothing about the steep decline in affection for the
United States around the world. He knows that he has made us less safe, yet he asserted that "My greatest responsibility as
President is to protect the American people."
But, as Sam Husseini has argued, a good way to reduce the fighting in
Iraq and make Americans less hated would be for Americans to take steps to investigate and, if necessary, impeach Bush. The
message that would send to the people of Iraq would be far more powerful than any boost in U.S. Army recruitment.www.afterdowningstreet.org
Or, we could all sign up and go kill and die for Bush.
It's a tough choice, I know.
4th of July," Bush said tonight, "I ask you to thank the men and women defending our freedom by flying the flag…or helping
the military family down the street."
Why don't you PAY the military family for the work it does, and provide those
people with decent health care and education? I'll fly a flag or eat a picnic on one, as I see fit, but it won't be because
you lied to a bunch of courageous young people and sent them off to give their lives or their limbs or their sanity for your
wealth, ease, and ego, while you mumble lies off a teleprompter about what you're sacrificing.
You want to sacrifice?
Take ten minutes and answer Congressman Conyers' letter. Did you know that 128 Congress Members and 560,000 of the rest of
us have signed it?www.johnconyers.com
and here's still more evidence that Bush is lying:
BUSH WAS WARNED BY GENERALS
NOT TO "STAY THE COURSE"
We found the smoking bullet in the smoking gun of the Downing Street Memos, that being the massive pre-war
bombing campaign intended to provoke Saddam into war. Now here is the “massive intelligence failure." Bush and Rumsfeld
had the intelligence and it came from the Pentagon. But they failed to read it, and they failed to understand it. George Bush
himself is the “massive intelligence failure.”
This following is one you can bank on. It is the Pentagon's
own Defence Science Board Report Strategic Communications, December 2004.
Report of the Defense Science Board Task Force on Strategic Communication to the Pentagon, November, 2004:
The Pentagon has admitted that the war
on terror and the invasion and occupation of Iraq have increased support for al-Qaeda, made ordinary Muslims hate the US and
caused a global backlash against America because of the "self-serving hypocrisy" of George W Bush's administration over the
On "the war of ideas or the struggle for hearts and minds", the report says, "American efforts have not
only failed, they may also have achieved the opposite of what they intended".
"American direct intervention in the Muslim
world has paradoxically elevated the stature of, and support for, radical Islamists, while diminishing support for the United
States to single digits in some Arab societies."
"Thus when American public diplomacy talks about bringing democracy
to Islamic societies, this is seen as no more than self-serving hypocrisy. Moreover, saying that 'freedom is the future of
the Middle East' is seen as patronising ... in the eyes of Muslims, the American occupation of Afghanistan and Iraq has not
led to democracy there, but only more chaos and suffering. "American actions have elevated the authority of the jihadi insurgents
and tended to ratify their legitimacy among Muslims." The result is that al-Qaeda has gone from being a marginal movement
to having support across the entire Muslim world.
"We face a war on terrorism," the report says, "intensified conflict
with Islam, and insurgency in Iraq. Worldwide anger and discontent are directed at America's tarnished credibility and ways
the US pursues its goals. There is a consensus that America's power to persuade is in a state of crisis." More than 90% of
the populations of some Muslims countries, such as Saudi Arabia, are opposed to US policies.
"The war has increased
mistrust of America in Europe," the report adds, "weakened support for the war on terrorism and undermined US credibility
worldwide." This, in turn, poses an increased threat to US national security.
America's "image problem", the report
authors suggest, is "linked to perceptions of the US as arrogant, hypocritical and self-indulgent". The White House "has paid
little attention" to the problems.
"Thus the US has strongly taken sides in a desperate struggle ... US policies and
actions are increasingly seen by the overwhelming majority of Muslims as a threat to the survival of Islam itself ... Americans
have inserted themselves into this intra-Islamic struggle in ways that have made us an enemy to most Muslims.
is no yearning-to- be-liberated-by-the-US groundswell among Muslim societies ... The perception of intimate US support of
tyrannies in the Muslim world is perhaps the critical vulnerability in American strategy. It strongly undercuts our message,
while strongly promoting that of the enemy."
"Americans are convinced that the US is a benevolent 'superpower' that
elevates values emphasising freedom ... deep down we assume that everyone should naturally support our policies. Yet the world
of Islam - by overwhelming majorities at this time - sees things differently. Muslims see American policies as inimical to
their values, American rhetoric about freedom and democracy as hypocritical and American actions as deeply threatening.
two years the jihadi message - that strongly attacks American values - is being accepted by more moderate and non-violent
Muslims. This in turn implies that negative opinion of the US has not yet bottomed out.
FOR LOADS MORE SEE:
SCIENCE BOARD SITE
Urgent Appeal From The People of Fallujah:
Urgent appeal from the people in Fallujah to the Secretary General of the U.N. calling for help to end the bombardment
and prevent the threatened assault 14th October 2004
" Your Excellency,
It is obvious that the American forces
are committing crimes of genocide every day in Iraq .Now while we are writing to Your Excellency , the American warplanes
are dropping their most powerful bombs on the civilians in the city , killing and injuring hundreds of innocent people . At
the same time their tanks are attacking the city with their heavy artillery..." "On the night of 13th October alone American
bombardment demolished 50 houses on top of their residents. Is this a genocidal crime or a lesson about democracy? It is obvious
that the Americans are committing acts of terror against the people of Fallujah for one reason only : their refusal to accept
War is a fundamental collapse of human reason and failure of imagination, and should always be an absolute
last resort undertaken only in strict adherence with the charter of the United Nations. The current war and occupation of
Iraq were undertaken in disregard of the most fundamental principles of international law and with obvious contempt for truth,
posterity, and the morality which should guide all human actions. The result has been the occupation and colonization of Iraq
and the destruction of its economy and increased violence and insecurity for the overwhelming majority of the Iraqi population.
The world cannot sit by passively and watch the continued deterioration of the future of our planet. (World Tribunal on Iraq
New York Session, May 8, 2004)
(NOTE: see our links on Crimes -- Committed "In All Our Names" and World Tribunal on Iraq and read the testimonies and the Jury Statement)
“Democracy Itself is in Grave Danger”
The last time we had a president who had the idea that he
was above the law was when Richard Nixon told an interviewer, "When the president does it, that means that it is not illegal...
If the president, for example approves something, approves an action because of national security, or, in this case, because
of a threat to internal peace and order, of significant order, then the president's decision in this instance is one that
enables those who carry it out to carry it out without violating the law."
Al Gore, addressing the American Constitution
Society, Georgetown University Law Center, June 24, 2004
"The Bush administration's utter lack of respect for a ruling of the Supreme Court is shocking, and reveals a deep
lack of faith in the integrity of this country's own democratic institutions," remarked Barbara Olshansky, Center for Constitutional
Right's Deputy Director for Litigation. "How can we light the way to democracy for other countries when our Executive Branch
officials themselves flaunt the law?" Center for Constitutional Rights 11/29/04
No American president should have the absolute power to imprison people at will, even
when the nation is at war.
That's the unfettered power President George W. Bush has claimed for himself in the war
on terrorism. On his authority alone -- unchecked by courts or international convention -- 550 people from 40 nations captured
in the Afghanistan war have been locked in a U.S. military prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, for three years. Two others --
American citizens -- have been held in military brigs almost as long, without criminal charges or access to family, lawyers
Bush has labelled them "enemy combatants." With those two words, the president says he can lawfully move
anyone he chooses beyond the reach of any legal authority other than his own. -- Newsday, Marie Cocco 11/16/04
We are losing the war in Iraq.
There has been a steady
increase in the assaults carried out by the insurgents against coalition forces. The attacks over the past year have risen
from about twenty a day to approximately 120. We are an isolated and reviled nation. We are tyrants to others weaker than
ourselves. We have lost sight of our democratic ideals. Thucydides wrote of Athens' expanding empire and how this empire led
it to become a tyrant abroad and then a tyrant at home. The tyranny Athens imposed on others it finally imposed on itself.
If we do not confront our hubris and the lies told to justify the killing and mask the destruction carried out in our name
in Iraq, if we do not grasp the moral corrosiveness of empire and occupation, if we continue to allow force and violence to
be our primary form of communication, we will not so much defeat dictators like Saddam Hussein as become them. Chris Hedges,
New York Review of Books--Issue December 16, 2004)
Our Fearless Leader:
of Bush's news conference Dec 20, 2004:
"You know, I can understand why people - they're looking on your TV screen
and seeing indiscriminate bombing, where thousands of innocent or hundreds of innocent Iraqis are getting killed, and they're
saying whether or not we're able to achieve the objective."
"Change the channel"
- Brig. Gen. Mark Kimmitt's advice
to Iraqis who see TV images of innocent civilians killed by coalition troops.
(NYT 12th April 2004)
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At last just a reminder:
Bill Clinton was impeached for "lying under oath about a blow job" -
whereas George W. Bush is constantly lying under his Oath of Office about the Iraq War with the
effect that more than 100.000 people lost their lives -not counting the wounded and disabled- and Iraq, the craddle
of civilisation, will be radioctively contaminated for the next 4,5 Billion years with the DU dust slowly but
constantly blowing around our planet!
What more do we need to impeach a war criminal and put him on trial?