How George Bush Made Me into a Liberal Love Slave

by Edgar Steele

24 September 2004

"Today, America would be outraged if U.N. troops entered Los Angeles to restore order. Tomorrow they will be grateful! This is especially true if they were told that there were an outside threat from beyond, whether real or promulgated, that threatened our very existence...When presented with this scenario, individual rights will be willingly relinquished for the guarantee of their well being granted to them by the World Government." --- Dr. Henry Kissinger, Nixon's Secretary of State, addressing the Bilderberger Conference, Evian, France (1991)

"Things are going to get a lot worse before they get worse." --- Lily Tomlin

I almost did it this time. I swear. I almost put my foot right through the TV screen. George Bush was addressing the United Nations just two days ago. Bush clearly laid out the plans of America's Zionist masters for total world conquest through the New World Order - America writ large, but not even the wretched America that our beloved country has become. Rather, the vision of tomorrow's America, courtesy of George Bush marching straight down the path he has followed for the past four years:

"We will stand with the people of Afghanistan and Iraq until their hopes of freedom and security are fulfilled. These two nations will be a model for the broader Middle East..." said Bush. (emphasis supplied) Picture millions of suicide bombers, if you can.

But, it isn't enough that we turn the entire Middle East into a war zone, patterned after the genocide conducted by Israel against the Palestinians. Bush also announced that "(t)he United States and Italy have proposed a Global Peace Operations Initiative. G-8 countries will train 75,000 peacekeepers, initially from Africa, so they can conduct operations on that continent and elsewhere." (emphasis supplied)

Excuse me? Elsewhere? As in...Nebraska, say? Oh, yes - that's right. We're walking point on the global initiative against antiSemitism, aren't we? HR4230, introduced by the House Committee on International Relations, makes the US State Department responsible for monitoring and combating antiSemitism everywhere in the world.

When we get through fighting Israel's fight in the Middle East, then we're going to fight it everywhere else. Oh, come on - nobody believes we went into Afghanistan and Iraq because of 9-11 anymore. Even American congressmen, quislings all, are acknowledging that we are there to advance Israel's interests.

And the peace in downtown Wichita will be enforced by African "peacekeepers?" Like those spearchuckers now committing genocide against all whites in South Africa and Zimbabwe? Lay in the gunpowder, boys, because it looks like we're going to be needing it.

I wanted to discuss Bush's repeated invocation of human dignity and how America opposes "oppression, corruption, tyranny, bigotry, terrorism and all violence against the innocent," but my gorge keeps rising so much that I simply can't go into it today. Besides, do you really need me to remind you that those are the very things growing like Topsy throughout America today?

So little time, so much about which to rant: The impending military draft of our children, to be sent to die in Arab hellholes. Governmental blackmail of servicemen to reenlist or immediately be sent to Iraq. Massive AWOLs of those ordered to Iraq. Government arguments for closed appellate court hearings concerning laws so secret that nobody is allowed to know their terms, though we are subject to them. American helicopters strafing crowds of unarmed Iraqi civilians in the streets of Baghdad, killing women and children with reckless abandon. WWIII's spark being struck by Israel.

Sigh. Let me sit down right here for a moment and check my blood pressure. While I'm doing that, let's hear from yet another public official. As you read the following short speech, try to guess which politician delivered it:

"I ask, which leader is it today that has the vision, the willpower, and yes, the backbone to best protect us?

The clear answer to that question has placed me in this hall with you tonight.

There is but one man to whom I am willing to entrust our future and that man is our President.

There are some crazy men who would kill us if they could. So our President has told us: 'All private plans, all private lives, have been in a sense repealed by an overriding public danger.'

But where is the national unity in this country when we need it most?

Now, while young Americans are dying in the mud in Iraq and the mountains of Afghanistan, our nation is being torn apart and made weaker because of the Democrats' manic obsession to bring down our President.

What has happened to the nation I've spent my life working in?

I can remember when Democrats believed that it was the duty of America to fight for freedom over tyranny.

Time after time in our history, in the face of great danger, Americans worked together to ensure that freedom would not falter. But not today.

Motivated more by partisan politics than by national security, today's Democratic leaders see America as an occupier, not a liberator.

And nothing makes me madder than someone calling American troops occupiers rather than liberators.

Tell that to the Iraqis and Afghans who have been freed because our President led an army of liberators, not occupiers.

Tell that to the millions of men, women, and children who are free today from the Red Sea to the Caspian Sea, from Kuwait to Afghanistan, because our President built a military of liberators, not occupiers.

Never in the history of the world has any soldier sacrificed more for the freedom and liberty of total strangers than the American soldier. And our soldiers don't just give freedom abroad; they preserve it for us here at home.

Right now, the world just cannot afford an indecisive America. Fainthearted, self-indulgence will put at risk all we care about in this world.

In this hour of danger, our President has had the courage to stand up. And I am proud to stand up with him.

God bless this great country and God bless our President."

No, not Dick Cheney. This speech was given by Joseph Goebbels, Third Reich Propaganda Minister, in 1940. I simply substituted "President" for "Fuhrer/Adolph Hitler," "Democrats" for "Social Democrats," "Iraq/Iraqis" for "Czechoslovakia/Czechs," "Afghanistan/Afghanis" for "Poland/Polish," "Red Sea" for "Baltics," "Caspian Sea/Kuwait" for "Crimea" and "America" for "Germany."

You only think things are different today. As always, history would be our greatest teacher, if only we paid attention. Because we never do, history repeats itself endlessly. Guess how this particular episode is going to end?

This map of Florida is for those who think that Bush has a mandate from God:

No, I'm not serious about anybody having a mandate from God. But, it's no less plausible than Bush's proclamation that he was chosen by God to lead America's bloody march through the Middle East.

Not that the Democrats are any better. They simply are the other side of a single coin. In some ways, Kerry is worse than Bush, though we simply must not allow Bush to continue after what he has done to America. Go to the following links to read chapters from the best-selling book about Kerry, Unfit for Command:

Chapter 3 - The Purple Heart Hunter

Chapter 5 - More Fraudulent Medals

Chapter 6 - A Testimony of Lies

Chapter 7 - Meeting with the Enemy

Chapter 8 - Kerry's Antiwar Secrets

I found Chapter Seven's revelation that Kerry traveled to Paris to secretly meet with Communist Vietnamese leaders while he was still a naval officer to be particularly illuminating. That means during wartime, Kerry consorted with the enemy - literally. That is treason punishable by death under military rules. Treason. Think about it. We aren't talking Oval Office blowjobs here, folks, the sort of thing for which we impeached Bill Clinton. Treason.

Michael Moore makes some pretty cheesy documentaries: cheesy in that they are riddled with lies and innuendo in support of his political outlook. Some say that about my essays, now that I come to think of it. But, with me you get hyperlinks. With Moore you get none of that. Even so, I enjoy reading his stuff It reminds me of a time when I was so much younger, so much more naive, so much more idealistic, so much more liberal - so much more...stupid. His current column is no different - entertaining and superficially lucid while it argues for liberals to hold their noses and vote for Kerry. In many ways, Moore and the far Right have gone full circle and now are meeting on the other side, as I noted last year in "Michael and Me". Not quite, though I am right in there alongside all those liberals, screaming about George Bush.

This time, vote like your life depends upon it. It does, you know, more than at any other time. Vote against both Bush and Kerry. There are other candidates. A lot of people like Ralph Nader, and with good reason. Myself? I'm voting for the Constitution Party's Michael Peroutka. Why? Because the Constitution Party best mirrors my political outlook.

Mind you, nobody comes close to being ideal, in my book. For example, if I were suddenly made America's ruler, I would immediately bring home every single American serviceman, then cut the Federal government to 10% its current size, prosecute virtually every current Federal officeholder and lobbyist in Washington, prohibit enforcement of all racial preferences, pardon all political prisoners, cut off diplomatic relations with, and financial support of, Israel, cancel the UN's building lease and eliminate the Federal Reserve Bank. Then, after a good night's sleep, I would really get to work...

Now, that's the way I want a Presidential candidate to talk!

New America. An idea whose time has come.


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