Harvey Rosetti
Thu Oct 20, 2005 21:02

Harvey Rosetti hrosetti@cyberspace.org


Written By Peter Fredson

October 19, 2005

Today on the TV screen I saw a picture of Saddam Hussein in a prisoner's
dock in Iraq. There was a lot of empty space in the framework around the
former dictator and I felt that other people should have been included. Was
this not for crimes against humanity? Was it not for war crimes?

I feel deeply that the entire Bush cabinet of 2000-04 should be in that
dock. George, Dick, Donald, Colin, and Condi with Karl and a half dozen
other neoconservative warhawks should really be there.

In the past several years we have learned decisively that Saddam Hussein had
posed no threat to the United States. We found out that the vaunted or
fabled immense store of weapons of mass destruction had largely been
destroyed, either by Saddam or by UN inspectors.

We found out there would have been no mushroom cloud, nor did Saddam have
pilotless planes ready to launch against Crawford, Texas. We found out that
aluminum tubes, yellow cake, biological labs and evil intentions toward the
U.S. were artifacts of the joint mind of the Bush Cabinet.

We found out that Saddam was not involved in the 9/11 attack, despite all
the pronouncements of George and Dick and Condi. We knew that Saddam had
gassed some of his own people, was brutal with prisoners, executed anyone he
felt was not completely loyal, and that his two sons were real nasty
murderous individuals. We also knew that the elder Bush did good business
with Saddam until the Kuwait trouble, and that the younger Bush felt he
needed to complete the submission of Saddam to his imperial will. We did NOT
know how George felt that his God had empowered him to fight EVIL in the
world, and to start with the regime change of Saddam. But somehow George, in
his egomaniacal fantasy world, feels he is above the law, does not need to
heed the constitution, but that his Bible takes precedence under any
conditions referring to any crusade.

We do know that the circle of cronies of George listened to the Hitlerian
philosophy of Leo Strauss and that they had evolved a strategy of world
domination, by aggressive and preemptive actions before George became
President. We also know that a substantial circle of televangelists had
decided to follow a strategy of stealth and imposition to ensure white
supremacist Christianity as exemplified in several very aggressive cults.

We know that George and his cronies looked for a pretext to go to war in
order to obtain bases in the Middle East from which they could exert
dominance of the entire region. We know that they distorted all intelligence
to their strategy, that they lied, distorted, and twisted information to
obtain their ends. We all know about 9/11 because George has spoken of
little else for the past 4 years. Somehow he has been able to cast himself
in a heroic role, and the media has been overly compliant with his rhetoric
and misinformation.

We all sympathized with the 9/11 disaster, and felt that Osama bin Laden
should be caught and punished. We know that the Taliban of Afghanistan gave
bin Laden unusual facilities, such as training camps for dissents against
American occupations around the world. We thought it reasonable to invade
Afghanistan and eradicate the training camps and teach the Taliban not to
mess with the United States.

But somehow this process became subverted to malicious political ends of the
neoconservatives who decided to put their domination strategy into effect.
They left bin Ladin escape and from then on there was a ferocious hue and
cry against Saddam.

For several months the entire Bush cabinet spread their propaganda on every
media within their reach, urging invasion. Their reasons were all heavily
flawed but neither Congress, (certainly not the Republicans), nor the Media
questioned the Bush basis for conquest.

In order to avenge the 9/11 tragedy of 3,000 dead, Bush has killed ten times
that many Muslims that had NOTHING to do with 9/11. He has also succeeded in
his invasion plans, and as War President got about 2,000 of our soldiers
killed for his lies. He has destroyed large parts of Iraq, smashed many
homes, brutally imprisoned countless Iraqis, and ruined the infrastructure,
while constantly repeating the words "Freedom and Democracy."

Surely hubris, arrogance and egomania have gone to their extremes. Surely
the Shock and Awe technique of Bush, to get one person out of office by
killing thousands of innocent Iraqis must rate high among the EVIL in the
world. His violation of sovereignty and the imposition of a government of
his own choosing must also rank high for imperial arrogance.

His deceptive use of "Freedom and Democracy" must also rank amongst the
classics of Newspeech originated by George Orwell. His exploitation of
patriotism, the flag, and religion also must surely place him first in this
century's list of scoundrels. Having Condi Rice going around the world
lecturing people on "Freedom and Democracy" is the most brazen misuse of
language on record.

We do know that George has presented many obstacles to the defense of
Saddam. We also know that he and his father had been heavily engaged with
Saddam at one time, and he will try to avoid bringing this up. But most of
all he will try to prevent Saddam from showing that the Bush war was based
on ill-founded pretexts, on lies, on misinformation, and on sheer saber

Every effort will be made to prevent Bush, or Donald, or any neocon from
even being mentioned in Saddam's trial. They feel themselves immune from
criticism, because they are doing God's work..

Sycophants of George Bush, committed True Believers, will undoubtedly cast
all this aside in disdain, for the Rapture is soon to come amongst us and
they don't want to upset God's work. They have progressed far in their
struggle to overthrow the separation of Church and State and don't want to
let a little matter of 200,000 Muslim deaths ruin their plans.

After all, it takes only one more Supreme Court judge who loves Jesus and
the Bible to turn this democracy into a theocracy.

By : peter fredsib



Harriet Miers continues to confound advocates of good government as she is asked to resubmit Senate questionnaire answers that were deemed "inadequate," "insufficient" and "insulting."


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