WRITTEN CONFESSIONS OF A WAR CRIMINAL


George Bush actually wrote a book…. sort of a confession to be used in an upcoming trial at the International Court of Law (hopefully). Everything he wrote can and will be used against him.

In the book he wrote about his legacy to America; But, it is based on lies, deceit, crimes of war and against humanity, and complicity in criminal fraud, a disgusting record deserving denunciation and prison, not shameless feting. 

Yet his new book, “Decision Points,” attempts the impossible, a brazen scheme to reinvent a war criminal, one of history’s greatest, his legacy marked by:

— neocon hellishness;

— duplicity and public betrayal;

— a disdain for human rights and civil liberties;

— lawlessness;

— racist hatemongering;

— usurping unconstitutional “Unitary Executive” authority, what Chalmers Johnson called “a ball-faced assertion of presidential supremacy….dressed up in legalistic mumbo jumbo;”

— imperial wars called liberating ones;

— mass murder;

— extrajudicially establishing coup d’etat “continuity of government” authority to abolish constitutional freedoms unilaterally;

— color revolutions against democracy;

— reveling in being a “wartime president;”

— making torture official US policy;

— establishing a global torture prison gulag;

— abolishing the 1807 Insurrection Act and 1878 Posse Comitatus protections against using US military forces for domestic law enforcement, except as constitutionally authorized or in cases of internal insurrection;

— militarizing state and local law enforcement agencies, establishing a martial law apparatus throughout all levels of government without congressional approval;

— supporting the worst of Israeli crimes;

— deposing Haiti’s Jean-Bertrand Aristide, its first democratic leader since liberation from France in 1803, turning slaves into citizens;

— staging a failed coup to depose Venezuela’s Hugo Chavez;

— failing to establish a militarized North American Union (NAU) merger of Canada and Mexico with America, headquartered in Washington;

— transferring unprecedented wealth to the rich, exceeded only by his successor;

— unabashedly favoring business over beneficial social change;

— designating everything for privatization, including public education as another commodity;

— waging war on working Americans;

— unprecedented levels of secrecy;

— endangering public welfare and safety by regulatory shredding;

— creating the grimmest economic conditions since the 1930s;

— destroying civil liberties;

— silencing dissent;

— criminalizing First Amendment activities advocating for environmental and animal rights;

— institutionalizing illegal spying and police state repression;

— turning elections into shams;

— hiring journalist as paid propagandists;

— failing to privatize Social Security and end Medicare;

— opposing Net Neutrality;

— waging war on Muslims, Latinos, and other political targets; persecuting them; denying them due process and judicial fairness; incarcerating and/or deporting them;

— fostering social decay; and

— much more, a legacy from hell, a disgusting betrayal of every norm of civilized decency, engendering global contempt and outrage. (taken FROM)

 

Also in the book; G.W. Bush recalls that when the CIA asked him whether they could proceed with waterboarding of Khalid Sheik Mohammed, the alleged plotter of the 9/11 attacks, Bush replied “Damn right,” reported the Washington Post. 

It’s Kafkaesque to imagine this scenario in Guantanamo as they set up the waterboard to nearly drown their captives. CIA interrogators used the controversial waterboarding technique 183 times on Khalid Sheikh Mohammed.

Former Vice-President Dick Cheney has also acknowledged supporting torture. “I was a big supporter of waterboarding,” he boasted in a television interview in February. (Taken FROM)

 

So, it looks like we have two here who will be standing trial….

I didn’t touch on his seek and no find of WMD’s in Iraq, but forged ahead with a war just the same, not to mention execute the rulers of that nation.
Also no mention of the many unanswered questions regarding his role in 9/11….
But, he himself talks about those things.

Also not mentioned by me is his war on the civilian population of Afghanistan or his support of the genocide of the Palestinian people….. the list is endless.

The book was obviously not written by him, so this might turn into the first ‘ghostwriter’ confession in the history of the legal system. Should be an interesting trial as he claims “I didn’t say that”…. but it’s all there in his book that says it was written by him. Mamma B can be mighty proud of her youngin.

I am not in any way suggesting that you go out and buy the book…. the last thing I want to see is him make a profit from the suffering he inflicted on humanity, just thought you might find it interesting that a book written by him (sic) does exist, but then again, so does the Easter Bunny.

3 Comments

  1. skulz fontaine said,

    November 14, 2010 at 16:25

    Yeah now, how does our world get the Bushco to the ICC? Should we wait on Eric Holder to work justice as Amerika’s Attorney General? Ummm, that would be sort of a rhetorical question. Yup. Eric Holder, lickspittle extraordinaire.
    I would submit for parliamentary review and a ‘second it’ notion, gits up a posse of committed radical dissidents and then sends ’em deep underground for a mite so’s the “heat” dies down just a wee-bit and then and then, grab the Texas bourbon-boy and RENDITION his sorry behind to the Hague where he can stand trial for war crimes and crimes against humanity.
    So if the “plan” were to be successful well, plans could be laid for T. Blair and the Howard of Oz and the ‘dark lord’ Cheney and Condo the ‘bitch’ queen and dang, there’s a lot of war criminals. Running hither and yon…
    Getting fabulously wealthy off’n them war crimes…
    Galling no doubt.

  2. S. Baxxerzy said,

    November 14, 2010 at 18:26

    Recall he stood at the Knesset and said – “Here I am in the promised land with the chosen people.” Heck of a premise to underscore American interests.

  3. November 15, 2010 at 10:27

    […] WRITTEN CONFESSIONS OF A WAR CRIMINAL […]


%d bloggers like this: