Tuesday, November 21, 2006


We did not need the victory of the Democratic Party in both Houses to establish the fact that George W. Bush is probably the worst President that the United States has been blessed with. His whole tenure of office has been a cynical tissue of lies and a record of failure from Afghanistan to Lebanon, and primarily because his foreign policy for the Middle East has been centred on one issue, the security of Israel. He plunged the United States into a catastrophic war in Iraq on the pretext of weapons of mass destruction, which never existed, and in the knowledge that his Zionist cronies as far back as 1998 had planned that war to eliminate a potential threat to Israel, and hence he should have been elected as President of Israel and not of the United States, which explains his cryptic expression of sorrow over the latest Israeli massacre in Beit Hanoun, north of Gaza, which took the lives of eighteen members of the same family, which included eight babies and five women. From Deir Yassin in Palestine in 1947, to Qana in Lebanon, to Beit Hanoun in Gaza, not to mention a dozen others, Israel came into being on the basis of massacres, aided and abetted by none other than George W, Bush, who spared no effort to ensure victory for Israel in its war on Lebanon. But he failed, and he will fail again because in the last analysis might is not right.
        What is baffling is that the American public has not risen to storm the White House and force Bush out of it. A Congressional victory is not sufficient to chastise a man who should stand trial for crimes against humanity, preferably by an Iraqi Tribunal for the destruction of that country and the loss of thousands upon thousands of Iraqi lives, not to mention Lebanese and Palestinian lives at the hands of his Israeli allies.
        A voice in the wilderness, perhaps, but we cannot accept, let alone condone the so-called new vision of President Bush for the Middle East. A nightmare is a more adequate word. And God only knows what further destruction he will heap upon the world before his tenure of office is over.


tcdrtw said...

I am wondering if the Bush debacle, as I will call his presidency, is a cause or an effect. It appears on the one hand to be the cause of many failures and bad policy, but then again he is mainly continuing an American precendent for these. I am leaning towards the effect explanation. The AIPAC has long bought out the Congress and has its tentacles everywhere in the US, injecting the poison of Zionist thought (against USreal policy=anti -Semitic, etc). Also, the Evangelical sect plays nicely into their hand with their premillennialist delusions of religion, prophecy and Middle East policy. It seems Bush is a product of these things, but I'm not saying he's an innocent bystander either! He's definitely guilty as charged.

Ivan G. Goldman said...

When we Americans allow a moronic loon like Bush to run our country, it hurts the entire world. Some of us are trying to impeach him, but I know that's not much help to people in places like Beirut that suffer from his rule more than we do. Hang in there.

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