The unholy alliance of Blair/Bush
has taken on a dangerous turn.
Trepidation abound at the realization that the world has uncovered the
truth behind the tragedy of 9/11, the discovery and plots that enabled America
to bully her allies into an illegal war, Bush and Blair find the reflection of
their immoral behavior in the declining poll numbers, the public no longer
exonerating them for the office they hold.
Yet, in the midst of this disarray, they have given their blessings and
assistance to Olmert to invade sovereign
With the media at their control and focused 24/7 on the alleged terrorists who wanted to hijack planes, no news has leaked out that Israel is using chemical weapons on the innocent Lebanese people; that the Bush administration is planning on rushing precision guided munitions to Israel to ensure better targeting in this grotesque effort – after all, the US had the benefit of such weapons against the civilians in Fallujah in violation of the Geneva Conventions [i], why not give Israel the same benefit and kill en mass those who oppose the invasion of their country? Who will stand in the way of such genocide, more importantly, who is listening when they have to worry about cologne and lipstick at the airports immersed in fear that a touch of rouge may blow up the plane?
Mr. Bush’s actions are in line with
his mindset. The Financial Times
quotes him as saying: “As young
democracies flourish, terrorists try to stop their progress . . ”[ii]
; this is no doubt a self-reflection.
Indeed, this seems to be a pattern in
is not Hezbollah, the defender of the Lebanese soil and water which is being
sought; it is
empire building, the Bush/Blair/Israel (Olmert) team, intend to take innumerable
more lives. The only thing that
will stop them is the truth and the American people. The truth is hidden in a web of
deception and the people live in a culture of fear. Fear is what keeps Americans unified;
without it, the
psychologists have long recognized a human urge to convert vague uneasiness into
definable concerns, real or imagined.
The belief in a tangible threat makes it possible to explain and justify
one’s sense of discomfort. All our
It is up to every concerned person, indeed, every being with a claim to humanity, to tap into the consciousness of another and chase away their inordinate fear – and challenging as it may be, replace fear with the truth. Our voices to stop a war were ignored once, we were not loud enough. The administration’s greatest fear is an informed citizenry. The light of knowledge will blind their quest for bloodshed. The world cannot afford another war tomorrow just as it cannot afford any more bloodshed today.
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