Sunday, August 27, 2006

After piles of corpses and rivers of blood....the truth

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Being a bit distracted, I missed this a few days ago:

In recent press conferences Bush has been stumbling and bumbling. Today was yet another example of his lies and reality catching up with him. He, as always, tried to tie the war in Iraq to 9/11, but this time a White House reporter interjected with a question:


Ken Herman, Cox News: "What did Iraq have to do with the attack on the World Trade Center?"

Bush: "Nothing."

Can we impeach this stupid, lying motherfucker now?

15 Comments:

Anonymous UT said...

We can't impeach him. He never said there was links between Saddam Hussein and 911, he only implied it by making comparisons and thus Americans beleived there was potential links with the help of the Main Stream Medias.

Sun Aug 27, 01:04:00 PM  
Anonymous brian said...

"We can't impeach him."

Yes we can and WILL.

Sun Aug 27, 02:43:00 PM  
Anonymous UT said...

Not on these kind of allegations, it won't work at all since 75% of the american population agreed to go attack Iraq.

Sun Aug 27, 03:26:00 PM  
Blogger Again said...

brian
Yes we can and WILL.

hmmm - i'm not so convinced of that, but i gess we MUST impeach him. We simply can't afford to award mean stupidity, at least as long as we love our children...

Mon Aug 28, 09:24:00 AM  
Blogger Robert said...

I wold tend to agree that we can't impeach him for lying us into war. If he had a single shred of decency he would have resigned over such a "mistake".

But there are grounds for impeachment for volating the Geneva Conventions, The UN charter, and the Nuremberg Principles to name just a few off the top of my head....

Mon Aug 28, 06:54:00 PM  
Anonymous brian said...

we can't impeach him for lying us into war

we also can't kill innocent civilians

we can't lock people away without a fair trial

we can't use torture

wouldn't want to break the rules now would we?

Mon Aug 28, 09:22:00 PM  
Anonymous UT said...

LOL
Yeah I think we are fucked.

Tue Aug 29, 12:31:00 AM  
Anonymous UT said...

Here is a chilling testimony from a jailed Indonesian leader in its anti-american and anti-western stance against the Infidels:

Scott Atran: What are the conditions for Islam to be strong?

Abu Bakar Bashir: The infidel country must be visited and spied upon. If we don't come to them, they will persecute Islam. They will prevent non-Muslims converting.

SA: What can the West, especially the US, do to make the world more peaceful?

ABB: They have to stop fighting Islam. That's impossible because it is sunnatullah [destiny, a law of nature], as Allah has said in the Koran. If they want to have peace, they have to accept to be governed by Islam.

SA: What if they persist?

ABB: We'll keep fighting them and they'll lose. The batil [falsehood] will lose sooner or later. I sent a letter to Bush. I said that you'll lose and there is no point for you [to fight us]. This [concept] is found in the Koran.

SA: Have you met Osama Bin Laden?

ABB: No, no. I want to though. After my release, I hope I can meet him.

SA: Where will you find him?

ABB: If he still exists - but how could I? I have sympathy for his struggle. Osama is Allah's soldier. When I heard his story, I came to the conclusion that he's mujahid, a soldier of Allah.

SA: You will always be on his side?

ABB: His tactics and calculations may sometimes be wrong, he's an ordinary human being after all. I don't agree with all of his actions. Osama believes in total war. This concept I don't agree with. If this occurs in an Islamic country, the fitnah [discord] will be felt by Muslims. But to attack them in their country [America] is fine.

SA: So this fight will never end?

ABB: Never. This fight is compulsory. Muslims who don't hate America sin. What I mean by America is George Bush's regime. There is no iman [belief] if one doesn't hate America.

SA: How can the American regime and its policies change?

ABB: We'll see. As long as there is no intention to fight us and Islam continues to grow there can be peace. This is the doctrine of Islam. Islam can't be ruled by others. Allah's law must stand above human law. There is no [example] of Islam and infidels, the right and the wrong, living together in peace.

http://www.thefirstpost.co.uk/index.php?menuID=2&subID=46&p=2

Tue Aug 29, 01:52:00 PM  
Blogger Again said...

hmmm, OT

i know, that Robert is "a bit distracted", but where's nemo?

Wed Aug 30, 03:48:00 AM  
Anonymous UT said...

I dunno

Thu Aug 31, 10:07:00 AM  
Blogger Robert said...

I must finally admit the truth.

I'm really Nemo....

OK, no I'm not. But wouldn't it be weird if I was?

Thu Aug 31, 02:44:00 PM  
Anonymous Nemo said...

There Is Fascism, Indeed, by Kieth Olbermann [MSNBC] -- Bravo, with one small note of dissent: it's certainly not Neville Chamberlain's government that this NeoConNazi Reich reminds me of. Oh, the bold hypocrisy of Amerika's "leadership" -- so exemplified by ReichsFuehrer Rumsfeld -- to attempt to put the appeasement "shoe" completely on the *other* foot!

Thu Aug 31, 03:15:00 PM  
Anonymous UT said...

I'm Robert

Thu Aug 31, 04:27:00 PM  
Blogger Robert said...

I'm Spartacus

Thu Aug 31, 05:46:00 PM  
Blogger Again said...

hey, the best name here is Nemesis - meaning "to give what is due"

nemo (nice to see you back ;-) )
Oh, the bold hypocrisy of Amerika's "leadership"

or better Ate, "the action performed by the hero, usually because of his hubris, or great pride, that leads to his death or downfall" (except for the fact that bush and his coward-cronies are anything else but heroes)

Thu Aug 31, 11:47:00 PM  

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