THE BUSH CHRONICLES: CONNECTING THE DOTS
By Lynn Stuter
July 24, 2007
Last week started off with the revelation, by a British newspaper that Cheney is pushing Bush to act on Iran. It is telling, indeed, that American citizens have to resort to reading foreign news websites to find out what American politicos are really up to; testament, indeed, to the efficacy and veracity of American mainstream media.
It isn’t bad enough that Bush embroiled America and American troops in a false flag operation in Iraq; now he is considering compounding that egregious err in judgment by invading Iran on the assumption that Iran is building nuclear capability? Napoleon was a small man with a big ego; so was Hitler; and, so it seems, is George W Bush. Only a mad man with no regard for the United States Constitution and Bill of Rights would ever entertain the idea of such an egregious abuse of power.
But last week, like so many before it, was highlighted by more incidents of egregious abuse and overextension of power by the executive branch under George W Bush.
What is relevant here is not who was involved, but what was involved — the egregious and arrogant actions of the Bush Administration to block the people’s right to know, making it very apparent that the American people had better make it a point to know. This is a man who has displayed, repeatedly, an arrogant disregard for the rule of law, for the Constitution, for the Bill of Rights; who has done more, in his 6½ years in the Oval Office to undermine, subvert, and destroy the rights of the American people, then any president before him, including Bill “I can’t keep my pants on” Clinton.
At the same time, George W Bush has worked tirelessly in pursuit of the New World Order/One World Order (NWO/OWO) agenda. After losing his bid to pass the illegal alien amnesty bill, a bill that would have allowed 12 to 20,000,000 illegal aliens legal residency in the United States, Bush lap dog, Michael Chertoff, head of Homeland Security inclusive of the Border Patrol and Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), went before cameras to make the case that enforcement was “gonna get ugly”; that border patrol personnel would be viewed as “mean and nasty”; that business would condemn the economic effect.
Glenn Spencer of American Patrol called this tack by Chertoff a gambit; an opening move intended, ultimately, to gain advantage. “Chertoff is selectively enforcing immigration law to create monstrosities … He is doing this to evoke outrage and, ultimately, support for Bush's amnesty program.”
Why would Bush do that?
The light of truth is shed when one knows that Bush is a key player in the treasonous move to dissolve the borders between the United States, Canada and Mexico to form a European Union clone, the North American Union, dissolving the borders of the United States and forming one nation devoid of the cumbersome and restrictive U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights. With that knowledge, it is easy to see why Bush would do that: he doesn’t want to send illegal aliens back to their country of origin. And since the American people obviously aren’t buying his premise that we, as a nation of immigrants, equate with 12 to 20,000,000 illegal immigrants here in violation of existing U.S. law; he is using this ploy to create discourse, civil upheaval and unrest. The means justifies the ends.
We learned this week that among the countries of origin is Iraq. A news item this past week divulged that Iraqis, for some time now, have been smuggled across the Rio Grande into the United States; the result of Bush’s refusal/failure to secure our borders following the events of September 11, 2001. A growing number of Americans now believe that September 11, 2001 was the result of the enemy within, not foreign born and trained terrorists. The obvious growing number of illegal Iraqi civilians in the United States; the fact that, despite Chertoff’s “gut feeling”, there have been no significant incidence of terrorism in the United States since September 11, 2001, would tend to bolster that conclusion.
Said Chertoff, before the microphones of the Chicago Tribune, “Summertime seems to be appealing to them (al-Qaeda) … We do worry that they are rebuilding their activities.” Sure enough, the very next day, the National Intelligence Estimate was released, noting “that al-Qaeda has been able ‘to recruit and indoctrinate operatives, including for Homeland attacks,’ by associating itself with an Iraqi subsidiary.” Never mind the fact that al-Qaeda had no foothold, connection or presence in Iraq before Bush invaded the country under a false flag. It would be accurate to say that Bush provided a breeding ground for al-Qaeda recruits.
This week, too, we heard Bush tell reporters, when questioned about pardons for Agents Ramos and Compean, railroaded by Bush shill, Johnnie “open borders” Sutton, “I know this is an emotional issue, but people need to look at the facts … These men were convicted by a jury of their peers after listening to the facts as my friend, Johnny Sutton, presented them.” Lewis “Scooter” Libby was also found guilty by a jury of his peers. Quite obviously, Bush’s commutation of Libby’s sentence had nothing to do with the fact that the jury also listened to the facts and found Libby guilty. The double standard is hard to miss. And the difference also points to Bush’s arrogance. While Agents Ramos and Compean were prosecuted for doing their job protecting American from a drug dealing scumbag who was given immunity and special privileges by Sutton in return for his testimony, Lewis “Scooter” Libby actually was guilty of obstruction of justice. The message is clear: if you are working class America, you will be found guilty whether you are or not, and you will go to jail; if you are a member of the elitist class, you will get a “get out of jail free” card even if you are guilty as charged. Bush’s assertion that Sutton presented the facts is a hideous joke. Anyone who has ever had much experience with the legal system (what the American justice system has become) knows that the facts aren’t what get presented in the present-day courts which would be better described as kangaroo courts.
Still think Bush is a “compassionate leader” who cares about John Q Public?
And we learned this week of yet another Bush executive order “blocking property of certain persons who threaten stabilization efforts in Iraq” without notice; said property residing “in the United States”; said person alleged “to have committed, or to pose a significant risk of committing, an act or acts of violence that have the purpose or effect of” … “threatening the peace and stability of Iraq and undermining efforts to promote economic reconstruction and political reform in Iraq and to provide humanitarian assistance to the Iraqi people…”
Protest the illegal invasion of Iraq, have your property seized; expose the truth about the illegal invasion of Iraq, have your property seized; oppose the arrogance, the tyranny of Bush and Company, have your property seized. The message is clear: “I’m fed up with my subjects opposing my duty to pursue the NWO/OWO agenda. Sit down and shut up or I will take everything you have worked your entire life for. If you don’t like my defecating on the U.S. Constitutional and Bill of Rights, too bad.”
This executive order violates at least three amendments of the Bill of Rights: The First Amendment guaranteeing free speech, right of assembly and right of redress of grievances; the Fourth Amendment protecting from illegal search and seizure; and the Fifth Amendment protecting against forfeiture of life, liberty and property without due process of law and seizure of property without just compensation.
If you don’t think this applies to you, think again. Absolute power corrupts absolutely and Bush and Company are shining examples of the arrogance, the total disregard for rights and property that tyrants display. And if Senator Feingold’s push to censure Bush is any indication, both the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives have the will power of a castrated bull! No doubt Bush and Company are just quaking in their shoes! Not only is Bush the worst president in recorded history, but the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives obviously join him in their respective capacities.
Following the convoluted path of events, it becomes more than a little obvious that the “war on terror” is really a war on America and the American people with Bush leading the NWO/OWO charge.
In 1992, George HW Bush, father of George W Bush, responded to this question from the late Sarah McClendon, “What will the people do if they ever find out the truth about Iraq-gate and Iran contra?” this way, “…if the American people ever find out what we have done, they will chase us down the streets and lynch us.”
George W Bush is obviously a chip off the old block!
© 2007 Lynn M. Stuter - All Rights Reserved
Mother and wife, Stuter has spent the past ten years researching systems theory with a particular emphasis on education. She home schooled two daughters, now grown and on their own. She has worked with legislators, both state and federal, on issues pertaining to systems governance and education reform. She networks nationwide with other researchers and citizens concerned with the transformation of our nation. She has traveled the United States and lived overseas.
Web site: www.learn-usa.com
The light of truth is shed when one knows that Bush is a key player in the treasonous move to dissolve the borders between the United States, Canada and Mexico to form a European Union clone, the North American Union...