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dimanche 27 janvier 2008

Le régime Bush




Le régime Bush

Ça sera une époque particulière lorsqu'on reviendra plus tard sur cette partie de l'histoire. Peut-être l'appellerons nous la Grande Période Bushiste ou Bushienne, je ne sais trop. Mais ce qu'on va sûrement se rappeler, c'est que durant cette période de noirceur, on partait des guerres d'agression à l'aide de mensonges conscients et répétés, question de partir en quête d'hégémonie pour une élite qui se pensait encore au Moyen-Âge dans le temps des monarchies et des empires, mais à la saveur technocratique du jour.

Rarement a t-on vu un tel déchaînement de pure conjoncture des intérêts corporatifs et de la grande finance avec les pouvoirs politiques qui sont totalement dominés et au service de ces intérêts financiers.

L'administration Bush s'est fait prendre par une étude qui a été reprise par tous les grands médias pour avoir proféré 935 mensonges et fausses déclarations, consciemment et volontairement, dans la période du 9/11 menant jusqu'au début de la guerre en Iraq en mars 2003. Ceci réparti en plus de 500 événements séparés!!!!

N'est-ce pas assez, après plus d'un million de morts irakiens et des milliers de soldats américains, pour jeter l'entier gouvernement derrière les barreaux?

Après, en toute hypocrisie, Bush se permet de sommer la Syrie de libérer ses prisonniers politiques, alors que les États-Unis sont eux-mêmes impliqués dans des histoires de torture et de limbes juridiques, en plus de pousser pour une nouvelle loi qui criminaliserait la pensée, ni plus ni moins. Je vais revenir plus en détail sur ce sujet dans l'émission de cette semaine, et publier toutes les informations sous peu. Mais il y a un article plus bas pour commencer à mettre le sujet sur la table. Il s'agit du
"Violent Radicalization and Homegrown Terrorism Prevention Act". De quoi vous faire réfléchir sérieusement à 1984 de George Orwell.

Je pense que c'est un fait que Bush, l'ex-alcoolique et cocaïnomane, a recommencé à boire de façon massive. Ce qui devrait inquiéter aussi, pour un homme qui dispose des codes nucléaires. Non, mais sans blagues! Il ne faudrait pas oublier l'autre, qui agit toujours dans les coulisses, et j'ai nommé le dangeureux Richard Cheney, le Vice-Président, qui est l'éminence grise du régime Bush.



Celebrating the Age of Bush

Laughter is the best medicine
and ridicule is a potent weapon

http://www.brasschecktv.com/page/253.html


George W. Bush dénoncé pour ses 935 mensonges sur l’Irak

23 janvier 2008

Avant la guerre en Irak, et pour convaincre la population américaine du bien-fondé de sa démarche, George W. Bush s’est livré – sans aucun scrupule – à 935 mensonges tant auprès des parlementaires qu’auprès du monde entier. Rien de moins.

C’est ce que révèle Huffington Post qui s’inspire d’une étude produite par un groupe de journalistes indépendants et le Center for Public Integrity qui ont passé en revue l’ensemble des déclarations présidentielles américaines. Scott Stanzel, porte-parole de la Maison Blanche s’est refusé à commenter les résultats de l’étude et a rappelé que Saddam Hussein était d’abord un traitre. Selon Stanzel, les déclarations du président se fondaient sur des analyses et des rapports provenant d’agences de sécurité du monde entier.

Les personnalités épinglées par le rapport, outre le président lui-même, sont le Vice-président, Dick Cheney, la conseillère Condoleezza Rice, le secrétaire à la défense Donald H. Rumsfeld, le secrétaire d’État Colin Powell, le conseiller Paul Wolfowitz et les secrétaires de presse à la Maison Blanche, Ari Fleischer et Scott McClellan.

Comme l’indique l’étude révélée par Huffington Post : « Bush led with 259 false statements, 231 about weapons of mass destruction in Iraq and 28 about Iraq’s links to al-Qaida, the study found. That was second only to Powell’s 244 false statements about weapons of mass destruction in Iraq and 10 about Iraq and al-Qaida ». Rien de moins.

Les mensonges de père en fils

George W Bush, White House told 935 lies after September 11

The Constitution does not explicitly authorize the government to lie to the people. It just flat-out is not in there. The Tenth Amendment forbids the government from arrogating that right to itself.

Therefore, when the government lies, it acts both unconstitutionally and illegally and ceases to be the lawful government of this land.

Applying this principle to President Bush, it is clear that Bush is the President ONLY when he acts within the legal limits of his office. The moment President Bush exceeds the legal limits of the Presidency as specified in the Constitution, then he CEASES TO BE THE PRESIDENT AND IS ACTING AS A PRIVATE CITIZEN, subject to the same laws as everyone else.

By virtue of these 935 lies, President Bush was not acting as the President when he initiated a war of conquest against Iraq. And if Bush is acting as a private citizen then We The People are not obligated to support his war, pay for it, certainly not to send our children to die in it.

No doubt Bush's enablers will scream, "Traitor", and "Sedition", but if these are crimes, they are crimes against the government, and as we have already established, George Bush ceased to be a part of the legal government the moment he told each and every one of those 935 lies.

The government is our employee. We do not pay our employee half of everything we earn for them to lie to us. Ours is a nation ruled with the consent of the governed. I do not consent to be lied to. I do not know anyone who consents to be lied to. It is doubtful any court would enforce a contract in which one party agrees to be lied to by the other as the agreeing party cannot know that which he or she has agreed to.

The scale of the lies, the sheer number of them, and the horrific results of those lies more than justify immediate impeachment and removal from office. They demand it. And the longer Congress, and in particular Nancy Pelosi, fail to act to remove all the liars from office, the more obvious it is that Congress is itself complicit in those lies.

One is left with the inescapable conclusion that the entire federal government needs to be impeached.

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Please send this linked article to everyone you know. After all the harassment the truth movement has suffered since pointing out the lies, it is time to get in their faces that we had the truth all along. Let nobody remain who can say, "I didn't know."





Bush’s Twenty-Billion Dollar Arms Sale to Saudi Arabia

The debate on which forces determine US Middle East policy has cut across the usual political spectrum: On one side most neo-conservative and progressive writers, academics and journalists argue that the military-industrial complex and Big Oil interests are the most influential forces shaping US policy. On the other, a small group of conservative and leftist writers and a few academics have identified what some call the Israel or Zionist Lobby and others refer to the Zionist Power Configuration (ZPC) as the prevailing influence in deciding US strategic policies in the Middle East.

While the debate rages over who and what interests got us into the Iraq war and the escalating confrontation with Iran, there is no better test of conflicting positions than the proposed US sale of $20 billion dollars of military equipment to Saudi Arabia.


Rice compares Israel to the American south under segregation

In private conversations - and as she said in Annapolis - Rice tends to compare the Israeli occupation in the territories to the racial segregation that used to be the norm in the American South. The Israel Defense Forces checkpoints where Palestinians are detained remind her of the buses she rode as a child in Alabama, which had separate seats for blacks and whites. This is an uncomfortable comparison, of course, for the Israelis, who view it as "over-identification" on her part with Palestinian suffering. For some leaders of American Jewish organizations, who weren't all that fond of Rice to begin with, her use of this image was the last straw. Rice is now marked as an enemy. It's also easier for them to blame her, rather than the president, for an approach that's not to their liking.


Shaft Our Nation

U.S. universities are aiding the arms race with China and aiding America's industrial decline.


Bush demands that Syria release activists and political prisoners - International Herald Tribune

You've got to shake your head and ask: is this the same Administration which is salivating over the enactment of the Compromise Bill on SB 1959, the "Violent Radicalization and Homegrown Terrorism Prevention Act" the so-called thought crime act?

This legislation is written so loosely that even a logical dissent from the administration's position may be equated with sedition and terror.

And a short memo to the white house foreign policy staff: have any of you people ever heard of the word "irony"?


79 Bottles of Beer on the Wall, wait, no... 86?

I imagine that Bush has a clock on his desk and all of the numbers are five. A statement on the clock reads, “No Drinking before 5.” Maybe that clock is in his head and not on his desk. There’s a lot more room for the clock inside his head.

Could you wreck the country and stay totally sober? I couldn't.


Tabloid update: "Laura Claws Boozing Bush"

The Globe says the president was photographed with the scratches on January 1, 2008, after "furious First Lady Laura raked his face with her nails during a bitter blow-up over the president's drinking."

Give the guy a break! Could you destroy the country and remain sober while doing it?




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