The Great Dictator Unmasks
by Fintan Dunne, BreakForNews.com, 14th Nov. 2006
Well, for the past few months, in the 9/11 3i Audio series, we've been
banging on about GHW Bush being the REAL Power. This is the vital
secret behind 9/11 and the rise to power of the G8/NWO.
And now, here He
comes. Larger than Life. Well Fuck Me!!
It's like seeing one of those giant statues of Chairman Mao.
Regular readers will quickly realize that it hardly a coincidence that only
weeks ago GHW saw the launching of a giant "larger than life" aircraft
carrier named in his honour.
Is this careful PsyOp preparation of the social/media terrain, or what?!
They're setting people up for the re-emergence in the public eye of the Great Dictator.
The ruthless fucker who has been the lynchpin of the G8/NWO Gambit.
He's effectively taking over the Presidency, unelected, from GW. Fuck Me Again!!!
Well, at least it's out in the open now.
But the audacity is breath-taking.
Here's the NewsWeek article.
Read it and weep.
By Jon Meacham Newsweek
Nov. 20, 2006 issue - George Herbert Walker Bush is a proud father;
tears easily come to his eyes when he thinks of his children, all of them,
and there is gracious deference in his tone when he talks about the son
he calls, with emphasis, "The President."
Interesting that it's almost a cliche that the fascist dictator has tears in
his eyes as the little girl hands him flowers, yet is ruthless in dealing
death for personal gain. That maudalin sentimentality is characteristic.
Wow. So cozy so quick.
....In a conference room filled with commemorative shotguns in his Houston
offices last Wednesday, the father settled in to watch his son's post-
election press conference on TV. Lunching on pizza, Bush Senior listened
as George W. Bush said the loss of Congress was a "thumping," promised
to "work with" a commission on Iraq chaired by James A. Baker III and
Lee Hamilton, and announced that Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld
was resigning. Within two hours the president was in the Oval Office with
Rumsfeld and his replacement: Robert M. Gates, Bush Senior's CIA
director and the president of Texas A&M University, the home of Bush 41'
s presidential library.
Of course the undue haste is to push ahead with the ol' "bipartizan" scam
real quick before the Democrat supporters start yelling that they could
give a fuck about so-called "sharing in governance" and "bipartizanship".
So the idea is to portray GW as a total fuck-up whom you couldn't rely
on to wipe his ass without messing up. It's theatre. Political theatre.
On one level it's outrageous that GHW would paint his own son as a
complete goof-up before the whole world like this. But do they care?!!
I bet GHW and GWB piss themselves laughing that the proles buy it.
Although the underlying interpersonal dynamics are another story.
In Houston the phones started ringing, and Bush 41 staffers were pulled
away from their pizza. Reporters were calling and e-mailing: would 41
talk about 43's shake-up? The answer was no, though two perfunctory
statements were issued (one for the College Station Eagle and one, as
the former president put it, "for everybody else"). Still, the reality spoke
for itself. Dad's team was back—a remarkable course correction in the
political life of the son and, quite possibly, in the life of the nation.
Course correction my ass. All in the plan, as we know.
Well, there ya go for chutzpah.
The American people, as politicians like to say, spoke last week—and
spoke in no uncertain terms. The 2006 vote does not suggest an
eagerness for a sharp left turn. It seems, rather, to be a plea for a shift
from the hard right of the neoconservatives to the center represented by
the old man in Houston.
George HW Bush is the new "center" ??
Yeah. And you better get used to it.
Metaphorically as well as politically.
George HW Bush is the new "center" of the Republican Party.
George HW Bush is the new "center" of the Democratic Party.
George HW Bush is the new "center" of the 1 / 2 Party State.
Because George HW Bush has ALWAYS been the "Center".
Did 41 help bring Gates to the Pentagon? The White House denies it, but,
as a Bush friend told NEWSWEEK, "his fingerprints are all over this." (The
friend refused to be identified for fear of alienating the family.) Given the
mists of secrecy that envelop the 41-43 relationship, it is striking that the
broad Bush circle believes he had a hand in the Rumsfeld succession: as
an old CIA director, 41 rarely leaves any clues at all.
Ah, the old "friend of the family told me" ploy.
Bullshit. This is agency-scripted pseudo-journalism.
This is a westernized
version of the kind of political "analysis" pieces which appear in China's
controlled media. Articles that chart the shifts and changes in Politburo
politics. Articles informing the masses what to think next.
The Bush family psychodrama is the stuff of perennial speculation but
little information, since the two people who know the most about it—the
father and the son—speak of it so infrequently. Yet its complexity, its
blend of love and rivalry, is rich analytical territory. (Maureen Dowd of
The New York Times, an unlikely e-mail pal of 41's, has spent so much
time contemplating the generational drama that she ultimately published
an excellent book on the topic, "Bushworld"; it ran to 544 pages.)
The "relationship" is a myth. As is the notion of GWB having his own ideas.
Maureen Dowd is yet another shrill for the crafted public family image.
As the war has gone badly and the years have ticked by—2003, 2004,
2005 and now much of 2006—the senior President Bush, the man who
managed to capture just 37 percent of the vote in 1992, has grown in
stature. Raising taxes and capping domestic spending in 1990, refusing to
exceed the United Nations mandate after expelling Saddam from Kuwait,
and deftly managing the end of the cold war and the reunification of
Germany loom ever larger. Given the midterm reaction to the son's
inattention to alliances and to the details of postwar Iraq, it is clear that
many Americans are nostalgic for the skills and sensibility the first
President Bush brought to the Oval Office—a reversal of historical fortune
that has come, sadly for the father, at the expense of his son.
So here's the big
play for the new Leader. Il Duce. Way to Go!
And just in case you miss the point that GHW has grown in stature,
the fact is drilled home visually on the front cover of Newsweek.
One of the most blatant PsyOp covers to ever grace that CIA rag.
In classical terms, the tragic figure is someone whose inherent flaws are
evident from the beginning. In the wake of September 11, we knew our
president's virtues. He was resolute, disdainful of dissent; like his hero
Winston Churchill, Bush dismissed critics he believes spin around with "
the alacrity of squirrels." But we also knew Bush's vices. Resolution can
harden into stubbornness; a refusal to listen to criticism can breed
This is George W. "Lee Harvey" Bush at his most incompetent. The Patsy.
Much has been given to George W. Bush, and now, in the twilight of his
term, as his father's men step in, he has been given another great gift:
one more chance to set things right.
One more chance to set things right......
As a lame duck go-fer for the Old Man.
But, then again...he's always
Say hello to your new President.
The one you've had for years.
But never knew...