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BUSH'S ADDRESS TO THE NATION
April 18, 2004
"Democracies have been found incompatible with personal security or the rights of property; and in general been as short in their lives as they have been violent in their death." - James Madison, 4th President of the united States; known as 'Father of the Constitution'
Earlier this week, President Bush made one of his rare nationally televised appearances to reassure the American people that his war in Iraq was not only necessary, but vital to 'promote democracy' and fight the endless 'war on terror.' As a writer, you always hope that your material will get read, but for me, this article is more than Americans just reading words.
Please open your mind as you read through this article. Not as a Republican, Democrat, Libertarian, conservative, moderate or liberal. These labels are nothing more than a distraction to keep the energies of the American people focused in the wrong direction. I hope you will read these words as simply an American who loves this Republic more than you do a political party. As someone who belongs to no political party, I am simply a constitutionalist who believes the Constitution does matter.
Bush's Opening Remarks
"America and a broad coalition acted first in Afghanistan, by destroying the training camps of terror, and removing the regime that harbored al Qaeda."
Fact: In May 2001, a mere five months before 9-11, the Bush administration gifted $43 million dollars in "aid" to the Taliban controlled government. This unconstitutional looting of our treasury was gleefully announced by NWO point dog, Colin Powell. Does even the most ardent Bush supporter believe for a nano-second that this Taliban controlled government wasn't in collusion with Osama Bin Laden and Mr. Bush somehow didn't know it?
The purpose of that $43 million dollar gift to the Taliban isn't important. What matters is that there isn't a scintilla of constitutional authority for either the President or the Congress to rape the people's treasury to give one penny to any foreign government for any reason. It isn't there in Art. 1, Section 8 of the supreme law of the land. In fact, just the opposite - such an expenditure is expressly prohibited by the U.S. Constitution.
There is much more to this "war on terrorism" than most party faithful understand. The American people have been misled and not just about WNDs. Please don't misconstrue my comments as in any way negative to our troops fighting throughout the world. My husband is a retired U.S. Army Colonel who gave 27 years of his life in service of this Republic, including time in Viet Nam. We honor our dead, those still fighting and those stationed stateside.
Fact: Testimony of John J. Maresca, Unocal Corporation to House Committee on International Relations/Subcommittee on Asia and the Pacific, February 12, 1998, Washington, DC:
"One obvious potential route south would be across Iran. However, this option is foreclosed for American companies because of U.S. sanctions legislation. The only other possible route option is across Afghanistan, which has its own unique challenges. The country has been involved in bitter warfare for almost two decades. The territory across which the pipeline would extend is controlled by the Taliban, an Islamic movement that is not recognized as a government by most other nations. From the outset, we have made it clear that construction of our proposed pipeline cannot begin until a recognized government is in place that has the confidence of governments, lenders and our company... In spite on this, a route through Afghanistan appears to be the best option with the fewest technical obstacles."
I guess no one should have been surprised that very quickly after the fall of the Taliban, Mr. Bush installed Hamid Karzai, a former Unocal consultant as the President of Afghanistan. It seems that the oil cartels got their way. We had 9-11, the Taliban was conveniently removed and construction of those oil pipelines is well underway.
Next on the list for "ordering" of the "new world," it was then time to knock off Iraq. Is there any history here? Let's travel back to September 16, 2002 when a secret blueprint for US global domination revealed that Mr. Bush and his cabinet were planning a premeditated attack on Iraq to secure 'regime change' even before he took power in January 2001: Rebuilding America's Defenses: Strategies, Forces And Resources For A New Century. This was the blueprint for invading Iraq under the pretext of the war on terrorism. An amazing coincidence.
The 9-11 attacks and the entire agenda behind it are far more complicated than the sound bites Americans have embraced, i.e. religious fanatics, evil Saddam, ten cents higher at the pump. These are facts, not some conspiracy theory by "right wingers." It is a fact that besides Iraq sitting on a bonanza of oil, Iraq also ranks 11th in the world for natural gas. For a more comprehensive understanding of this issue, please take the time to read The Crux of the Matter, Corporate America's Incursion into the New East and Commercial Viability of a Caspian Sea Main Export Energy Pipeline. I am not against companies engaging in commerce and trade throughout the world. What I object to is the slaughter of millions of innocents to accomplish their goals.
"Democracy consists of choosing your dictators, after they've told you what you think it is you want to hear." -- Alan Coren. "A democracy cannot exist as a permanent form of government. It can only exist until a majority of voters discover that they can vote themselves largess out of the public treasury." Alexander Tytler. "That to compel a man to furnish contributions of money for the propagation of opinions which he disbelieves and abhors, is sinful and tyrannical." -- Thomas Jefferson
Bush: "The triumph of democracy and tolerance in Iraq, in Afghanistan and beyond would be a grave setback for international terrorism."
I vehemently resent Bush pushing democracy on any country, paid for by the sweat off the backs of average, hard working Americans. No democracy in the history of the world has ever survived. These united States of America are a Constitutional Republic, not a democracy. Not now, not ever, for it would spell the end of freedom as is we have known it.
Bush: "We seek an independent, free and secure Iraq."
Fact: This is a bald faced lie. It is not the obligation of the American people to "free" any sovereign country on this globe. Our soldiers are at the mercy of political animals who keep their corrupt backsides cozy and safe in their exalted positions of power. We have occupied Iraq and installed a puppet government. Our troops have been forced to go door to door, confiscating guns so the Iraqi people have no way to defend their homes and families. Two weeks ago "coalition" forces shut down Iraq's new "freedom of the press" by shutting down their newspaper because they didn't like what was being printed. Freedom for the people of Iraq? This is a farce that has cost of the precious lives of Americans and close to $200 billion dollars so far of borrowed money that our children and their children will slave for the rest of their lives.
Iraq was never a threat to the U.S. Saddam Hussein was a brutal dictator, but the world is full of them and the U.S. has not gone after most of these evil doers. The phony war in Kosovo over ethnic cleansing was the first step in the escalation of continuing 'wars of national liberation.' We the People of these united States are under no obligation to fund or send our troops to any country on earth to remove a bad president, dictator or general. This is not isolationism nor is it closing your eyes to the woes of the world. It has to do with our long term survival and stopping the final pieces of the new world order from being put into place.
Bush: "A free Iraq will show that America is on the side of Muslims who wish to live in peace, as we've already shown in Kuwait and Kosovo, Bosnia and Afghanistan."
What I think about that statement can't be printed in this article. Kosovo today is not the utopian land of frolicking and joy so envisioned by former President Bill Clinton. There is a plethora of factual commentaries about the situation over there by individuals who have seen it first hand and all of it is grim. One piece of film that is a must see is titled What's Happening in Kosovo today?
Americans should remember that we are being forced to continue funding these immoral wars through borrowing by Congress because there is no money in the U.S. Treasury. All the money that American slaves were forced to send April 15th with a gun to their head goes to pay the national debt and transfer payments for welfare, the International Monetary Fund and a hundred other unconstitutional expenditures such as UN dues.
If Americans think the hundreds of billions of dollars stolen from them have created the illusion put forth by Bush that Afghanistan has benefited from the thousands of tons of ordinance dropped on their country, please, don't believe such lies. Again, this has nothing to do with our brave and courageous military who are sent to these hell holes to fight for the new world order. According to the 2003 MSF International Activity Report:
"Afghanistan is neither safe nor stable. There is a growing insecurity that is profoundly affecting Afghans and those trying to assist them. Armed clashes, whether between rival warlords or between Coalition forces and remnants of the Taliban, are becoming more frequent. The UN-mandated International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) does not venture out of Kabul, and even there has come under attack; since ISAF was taken over by NATO in August 2003, there have been demands from many sides that it be extended outside of Kabul. As of today, the ISAF remains confined to Kabul. Coalition forces control only a few cities. Elsewhere, especially in the south and southeast, banditry and violence are worsening."
Bush during Q & A: "Yes. I guess there have been some that said, well, we shouldn't taken pre-emptive action in Afghanistan, and then turned around and said we shouldn't have taken pre-emptive action in Iraq. And my answer to that question is, is that, again I repeat what I said earlier, prior to 9/11, the country really wasn't on a war footing. And the, frankly, mood of the world would have been astounded had the United States acted unilaterally in trying to deal with al-Qaida in that part of the world."
In 1941, the country was not "on a war footing." FDR solved the problem by allowing the Japanese to bomb Pearl Harbor. There are several thoroughly documented books on this for those who automatically recoil with horror, but it is a fact.
Fact: There was no formal declaration of war by Congress. Socialists like Bill O'Reilly and the darlings of the right, Shawn Hannity, Michelle Malkin, Ann Coulter and others, can sluff this off and attempt to justify this trap with "Saddam was a monster. He killed his own people." However, that does not excuse setting aside the U.S. Constitution. These gangsters now serving in Congress have decided to assume nothing more than a token role by allowing presidents to be naked monarchs: "...when the president decides to go to war, he no longer needs a declaration of war from Congress." Robert Reich, former Secretary of Labor, January 7, 1999.
An even more treasonous statement was made by Henry Hyde [R-Ill] and member of the CFR in October 2002: "There are things in the Constitution that have been overtaken by events, by time. Declaration of war is one of them. There are things no longer relevant to a modern society. Why declare war if you don't have to? We are saying to the President, use your judgment. So, to demand that we declare war is to strengthen something to death. You have got a hammerlock on this situation, and it is not called for. Inappropriate, anachronistic, it isn't done anymore..."
None is so blind as he who will not see
Bush during Q & A: "I also know that there's an historic opportunity here to change the world."
So pressed his father, "41." During his tenure, Bush, Sr. spoke of promoting a "new world order" 162 times. His son, "43" is carrying out his role in furtherance of the destruction of this Republic. According to the author of Masters of Seduction: Beguiling Americans Into Slavery and Self-destruction ("...is a must read." --Rear Admiral C.A. Hill, Jr., U.S. Navy, Ret.) Russian and Chinese Communists (or communitarians) are training terrorists and are perpetuating terrorist acts in order to create panic and fear in the masses (Americans). Buy Made in Communist China anyone?
Concurrently, their allies, the US CFR dominated communitarian administrations seek to "protect the public" by providing the U.S. with an iron fist police state which is gobbling up American freedom and liberty like a whirling dervish. The final takeover of America is unveiling right before our eyes under the current goals of the globalist communitarians, i.e., utilize socialists taxes, environmental laws and regulations and ruinous trade practices to destroy the U.S. economy and improversh the whole nation. Blame all acts of terrorism on "fanatics" and "rogue terrorists" who in reality are Communist trained and funded terrorists. Persuade the American people using fear and terrorism, to voluntarily abandon their individual rights in exchange for a guarantee of their personal safety "granted" them by the globalist ruling classes.
The communitarian governing elites in America, Russia and China have effectively used Communist 'wars of national liberation' to hyper drive the goal towards a one world government under the Communist UN. The "conservative" Bush administration has repeatedly stated that he intends to use our military against Iraq to increase the UN's power, prestige and credibility.
The US-Soviet-Sino communitarians believe that when the American people are told that there is an outside threat that will threaten their comfort zone, the people will align their loyalties with those world leaders who promise them a false sense of security. Sadly, the American people are embracing these Communist goals because they aren't intellectually armed with the facts to turn back the propaganda spewed by America's so called leadership, popular "conservative" columnists, radio and TV hosts.
Blind loyalty to political parties
Those who continue to willfully believe lies out of blind loyalty for either of the two "main" political parties are the voices of America's destruction. If you vote for the lesser of the two evils, you still end up with evil. John Kerry isn't for the American people. John Kerry is just a different label of the same agenda being carried out by Bush.
In November, you can help finally expose the massive vote fraud being perpetrated by electronic ballot machines by voting your conscience. We can prove our elections are rigged by tens of millions of Americans voting anything but Democrat or Republican. There are other choices: Michael Peroutka and Aaron Russo. If you value your freedom, please put aside party loyalty, open your eyes and see the truth.
© 2004 Devvy Kidd - All Rights Reserved
Devvy Kidd authored the booklets, Why A Bankrupt America and Blind Loyalty, which sold close to 2,000,000 copies. Has been a guest more than 1600 times on radio shows, ran for Congress twice and is a highly sought after public speaker. Devvy is a contributing writer for www.NewsWithViews.com Devvy's web site is: www.devvy.com; e-mail is: firstname.lastname@example.org
"We the People of these united States are under no obligation to fund or send our troops to any country on earth to remove a bad president, dictator or general."