Sunday, February 18, 2007

Maybe Bush only good at 'lying' about war; His 'real aim is to provoke war with Iran'

Two things to keep in mind: George W. Bush's day job is to lie, obfuscate, prevaricate, confuse, distract and deny. He's doing exactly what he was selected to do.

Secondly, George W. Bush has no aims, real or faked. Bush is "aimed" by his handlers, his thinkers, his "deciders." He's like Zaphod Beeblebrox in "Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy," who had to give up part of his brain before he could be President of the Galaxy, a job designed to attract attention to itself so no one knows who really is in charge. The difference is that Bush's brain, not the Rove brain, was fried long before he got to the White House.

1 comment:

  1. Beau Peyton8:14 AM

    Same old story. The United States used the same tactics with the native peoples of this continent and have perfected the method over the past 200 or so years.

    The United States government forced "chiefs," almost always individuals that were not empowered or authorized to speak for all their people, to sign bogus treaties they couldn't even read, then agents of the government would trick them into "breaking" the treaty so we could attack and take more Indian land.

    We expanded the bait and attack trick to all parts of the globe in an effort to secure resources and expand economic influence.

    Iran is simply the latest, but a critical one as the United States escalates and prepares for the next world war (which has already started). WW3 is a resource war and we're laying the foundation in Iraq, Iran and elsewhere.