Bush: A Holy Mission to Change the World

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The list is long for those who are in the process of betraying America. One can start at the highest office in the land and go through Congress, the cabinet, advisors, heads of corporations, the media, etc.

They are guilty of destroying our nation from within. Bush is leading this cabal of Neocons and corporate leaders in his mission to change the world at God’s behest, to spread democracy, by force if necessary, throughout the world and to connect that world with trade agreements which will bring peace and prosperity (for corporations).

In the process, Bush, along with the leaders of Canada and Mexico, have agreed to deconstruct their nations and merge into a union, the SPPNA, which will be run for the benefit of corporations. All three governments and their corporate allies are working overtime to accomplish this by 2010, before the American public awakes from its coma.

Bush has tried to sneak the Free Trade Area of the Americas agreement through Congress but failed due to opposition, including that from some of his South American targets. The goal of the FTAA is to form a trading state of the Western Hemisphere. It would consist of 34 nations of North and South America, plus the Caribbean, closely integrated by the agreement for the benefit of corporations and investors, not workers. There would be free movement across borders and some kind of supranational government.

The FTAA is a significant part of his special mission. He believes that “…there’s a vital link between freedom of people and freedom of commerce.” He said that the FTAA, “… will make our hemisphere the largest free trade area in the world, encompassing 34 countries (open borders) and 800 million people.” [Remarks to the Organization of American States April 17,2001]

Bush clearly gives credit to God for his foreign policy. In a meeting with a Palestinian delegation at Sharm el-Sheikh in 2003, Palestinian foreign minister Nabil Shaath said Bush told him and Mahmoud Abbas: “I’m driven with a mission from God. God would tell me, ‘George, go and fight those terrorists in Afganistan.’ And I did, and then God would tell me, “George go and end the tyranny in Iraq,’ and I did.”

And “now again, I feel God’s words coming to me: ‘Go get the Palestinians their state and get the Israelis their security, and get peace in the Middle East.’ And by God, I’m gonna do it.” [Ewen MacAskill, October 9, 2005, Guardian]

Justin Raimondo, quoting George Bush on Iraq from a 2004 meeting with the press: “… freedom is the Almighty’s gift to every man and woman in this world. And as the greatest power on the face of the earth, we have an obligation to help the spread of freedom.” [J. Raimondo, George W, Bush:Neocon Napolean, 04/16/04]

He describes George Bush as “smoothly messianic,” referring to a comment from the President to Bob Woodward (Plan of Attack) “…I believe we have a duty to free people…I would hope we wouldn’t have to do it militarily, but we have a duty.”

Bush, in response to a question, said “…can you ever win the war on terror? Of course you can. That’s why it’s important for us to spread freedom throughout the Middle East…”

If Bush and his band of incompetents had merely understood the logical reasons for not invading and occupying Iraq, the world would be a lot better off today.

It’s simple. An invasion would destabilize the region. Sunnis and Shia are religious enemies, each following different sects of Islam. The Kurds in the north want an independant nation. Turkey is having trouble with its Kurdish minority on the northern border of Iraq and Iran supports the Iraqi Shia. Meanwhile, the Shia clerics are ready to install an Islamic government based on the sharia (Islamic law).

And, of course, Islam is not a peaceful religion. It survives only through the brutal and
uncompromising support the clerics and true believers bring against the enemies of Islam.

The RELIGION of Islam is also incompatible with democracy. Most Muslims will not commit violent acts. They are nominal Muslims. Like most people they are concerned with the practical tasks of daily life. As in any organization, it’s the hard core that make it run. The problem is that the hard core of Islam could number in the tens of millions worldwide. How are you going to declare victory?

No problem for Bush. As he puts it: “…I fully understand the consequences of what we’re doing. We’re changing the world.”

The Muslims have an expression when things go bad: “Ma shah Allah.” It is God’s will.