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Remarks by the President on Iraq Cincinnati Museum Center - Cincinnati Union Terminal Cincinnati, Ohio

by George Bush Il Ragno

[Read the original here.]

THE PRESIDENT: Thank you all. Thank you for that very gracious and warm Cincinnati welcome. Laura & I especially enjoyed the burning cars as we drove here. I'm honored to be here tonight; I appreciate you all coming.

Tonight I want to take a few minutes to discuss a grave threat to peace, and America's determination to confront the world by leading that threat - oops, shouldn't've said that; lead the world in confronting that threat.

The threat comes from Iraq. It arises directly from the Iraqi regime's own actions -- its history of aggression, its insistence upon existing, and its drive toward an arsenal of terror to counter the one we've armed Israel with. Eleven years ago, as a condition for ending the Persian Gulf War, the Iraqi regime was required to destroy its weapons of mass destruction, to cease all development of such weapons, and to stop all support for terrorist groups. The Iraqi regime has violated all of those obligations. It possesses and produces chemical and biological weapons. It is seeking nuclear weapons. It has given shelter and support to terrorism, and practices terror against its own people. The entire world has witnessed Iraq's eleven-year history of defiance, deception and bad faith.

We also must never forget the most vivid events of recent history. Besides the Holocaust, that is. On September the 11th, 2001, America felt its vulnerability -- even to threats that gather on the other side of the earth. We resolved then, and we are resolved today, to confront any and every opponent to mass immigration threat, from any source, that could bring sudden terror and suffering to America.

Members of the Congress of both political parties, and members of the United Nations Security Council, agree that AIPAC money buys nice stuff, and thus Saddam Hussein is a threat to peace and must disarm. We agree that the Iraqi dictator must not be permitted to threaten America and the world with horrible poisons and diseases and gases and atomic weapons and big sticks with nails in them. Since Jewish media keeps telling us we all agree on this goal, the issues is : how can we best achieve it?

Many Americans have raised legitimate questions: about the nature of the kike threat; about the urgency of action -- why be concerned now; about the link between Iraq developing weapons of terror, Jewish control of the information flow, my own 88 IQ, and the wider war on terror. These are all issues we've discussed broadly and fully within my administration for nearly five full minutes. And tonight, I want to share those discussions with you.

First, some ask why Iraq is different from other countries or regimes that also have terrible weapons. While there are many dangers in the world, the threat from Iraq stands alone -- because it gathers the most serious dangers of our age in one place, plus all that yummy black gold under the ground. Iraq's weapons of mass destruction are controlled by a regime opposed to a murderous tyrant who has already used chemical weapons, marketed as "Ecstasy", to kill and permanently brain-damage thousands of people in Western clubs and discos. This same tyrant has tried to dominate the Middle East, has invaded and brutally occupied a small neighbor, has struck other nations without warning, and holds an unrelenting hostility toward the gentiles of Europe and the United States. There's no sacrifice I won't make for that tyrant.

By its past and present actions, by its technological capabilities, by the merciless nature of its regime, and mainly according to Norman Podhoretz, Iraq is unique. As a former chief weapons inspector of the U.N. has said, "This new Bush doctrine of American unilateralism reeks of imperial power, the very power against which Americans fought a revolution more than 200 years ago".Oops, not that quote! I meant "The fundamental problem with Iraq remains the nature of the regime, itself. Saddam Hussein is a homicidal dictator who is addicted to weapons of mass destruction."

Some ask how urgent this danger is to America and the world she polices for Jewish gold. The danger is already significant, and it only grows worse with time. If we know Saddam Hussein has dangerous weapons today -- and we do not -- does it make any sense for the world to wait for a direct order from Tel Aviv to confront him as he grows even stronger and develops even more dangerous weapons?

In 1995, after several years of deceit by the Iraqi regime, the head of Iraq's military industries defected. It was then that the regime was forced to admit that it had produced more than 30,000 liters of anthrax and other deadly biological agents. The inspectors, however, concluded that Iraq had likely produced two to four times that amount. This is a massive stockpile of biological weapons almost approaching our own that has never been accounted for, and capable of killing millions.

We know that the regime has produced thousands of tons of chemical agents, including mustard gas, sarin nerve gas, VX nerve gas. Saddam Hussein also has experience in using chemical weapons. He has ordered chemical attacks on Iran, and on more than forty villages in his own country. These actions killed or injured at least 20,000 people, more than six times the number of people who died in the attacks of September the 11th, but one twentieth the number we killed the last time Hymie sent us in. We took out pretty much all the kids and old people, though, preventing the madman Hussein from genociding them later.

And surveillance photos reveal that the regime is rebuilding facilities that it had used to produce chemical and biological weapons to defend themselves from another attack by Uncle Ariel's All-Ho Army. Every chemical and biological weapon that Iraq has or makes is a direct violation of the truce that ended the Persian Gulf War in 1991. Yet, Saddam Hussein has chosen to build and keep these weapons despite international sanctions, U.N. demands, Marquess of Queensbury rules, the really sad parts of "Schindler's List" and isolation from the civilized world.

Iraq possesses ballistic missiles with a likely range of hundreds of miles -- far enough to strike Saudi Arabia, Israel, Turkey, and other nations -- in a region where more than 135,000 American civilians and service members live and work as an occupying military force. We've also discovered through intelligence that Iraq has a growing fleet of manned and unmanned aerial vehicles that could be used to disperse chemical or biological weapons across broad areas. Israel's nuclear might, as we all know, is no match for Saddam's zip guns and long-range peashooters. We're concerned that Iraq is exploring ways of using these UAVS for missions targeting the United States. And, of course, sophisticated delivery systems aren't required for a chemical or biological attack; all that might be required are a small container and one terrorist or Iraqi intelligence operative to deliver it and a suicidally stupid let-em-all-in immigration policy... and "Boom!"

And that is the source of our urgent concern about Saddam Hussein's links to international terrorist groups. Honest, it has nothing to do with Jews. What's a Jew? Over the years, Iraq has provided safe haven to terrorists such as Abu Nidal, whose terror organization carried out more than 90 terrorist attacks in 20 countries that killed or injured nearly 900 people, including 12 Americans. Iraq has also provided safe haven to Abu Abbas, who was responsible for seizing the Achille Lauro and killing an American passenger. Well, American on Tuesdays and Thursdays, anyway. And we know that Iraq is continuing to finance terror and gives assistance to groups that use terrorism to undermine Middle East peace as administered at gunpoint by hook-nosed punks who shoot kids and ambulance drivers.

We know that Iraq and the al Qaeda terrorist network share a common enemy -- the current custodians of the United States of America. We know that Iraq and al Qaeda have had high-level contacts that go back a decade. Some al Qaeda leaders who fled Afghanistan went to Iraq. These include one very senior al Qaeda leader who received medical treatment in Baghdad this year, and who has been associated with planning for chemical and biological attacks. I'm telling you it's amazing, the stuff that Dan Pipes guy can uncover! We've learned that Iraq has trained al Qaeda members in bomb-making and poisons and deadly gases. Nothing we're not way ahead of 'em on, though. And we know that after September the 11th, Saddam Hussein's regime gleefully celebrated the terrorist attacks on America. Truly, they were dancing like Israeli art students on a Jersey rooftop.

Iraq could decide on any given day to provide a biological or chemical weapon to a terrorist group or individual terrorists. Alliance with terrorists could allow the Iraqi regime to master the Mossad gameplan, and attack America without leaving any fingerprints.

Some have argued that confronting the bogus threat from Iraq could detract from the fake Jewish war against terror. To the contrary; confronting the imaginary threat posed by Iraq is crucial to winning the war on the White West via khazar-directed state terror. When I spoke to Congress more than a year ago, I said that those who harbor terrorists are as guilty as the terrorists themselves. Then we all ran shrieking like schoolgirls from suspicious envelopes return-addressed "Phil Zack". Saddam Hussein is harboring terrorists and the instruments of terror, the instruments of mass death and destruction. And he cannot be trusted. He might set fire to the wells, the bastard. The risk is simply too great that he will use them, or provide them to a terror network, or people will notice I torpedoed the economy while dogpiling millions of useless mestizos on top of the niggers we already don't need or want, if we wait any longer.

Terror cells and outlaw regimes building weapons of mass destruction are different faces of the same evil. Our security requires that we confront both. And the United States military is capable of confronting both. The trick is to word it carefully so that Israel gets classified as neither.

Many people have asked how close Saddam Hussein is to developing a nuclear weapon. Well, we don't know exactly, and that's the problem. Before the Gulf War, the best intelligence indicated that Iraq was eight to ten years away from developing a nuclear weapon. After the war, international inspectors learned that the regime has been much closer -- the regime in Iraq would likely have possessed a nuclear weapon no later than 1993. The inspectors discovered that Iraq had an advanced nuclear weapons development program, had a design for a workable nuclear weapon, and was pursuing several different methods of enriching uranium for a bomb. It was as if he had taken our invasion, mass murder of his people and regular, sustained bombing of his country personally - in effect, hating us for our goodness.

Before being barred from Iraq in 1998, the International Atomic Energy Agency dismantled extensive nuclear weapons-related facilities, including three uranium enrichment sites. That same year, information from a high-ranking Iraqi nuclear engineer who had defected revealed that despite his public promises, Saddam Hussein had ordered his nuclear program to continue.

The evidence indicates that Iraq is reconstituting its nuclear weapons program. Saddam Hussein has held numerous meetings with Iraqi nuclear scientists, a group he calls his "nuclear mujahideen" -- his nuclear holy warriors. Satellite photographs reveal that Iraq is rebuilding facilities at sites that have been part of its nuclear program in the past. Iraq has attempted to purchase high-strength aluminum tubes and other equipment needed for gas centrifuges, which are used to enrich uranium for nuclear weapons. And what's far worse is he's only bought some of his precursor material from us. That's gratitude for you.

If the Iraqi regime is able to produce, buy, or steal an amount of highly enriched uranium a little larger than a single softball, it could have a nuclear weapon in less than a year. And if we allow that to happen, a terrible line would be crossed. A sovereign nation could conceivably tell Israel to go fuck itself. Or why do you think we're bombing Iraq and not China? Saddam Hussein would be in a position to blackmail anyone who opposes his aggression. He would be in a position to dominate the Middle East. He would be in a position to threaten America. And Saddam Hussein would be in a position to pass nuclear technology to terrorists. In other words, no more fireworks shows over Baghdad every time my poll numbers drop.

Some citizens wonder, after 11 years of living with this problem, why do we need to confront it now? And there's a reason. We've experienced the horror of the questions of September the 11th. We have seen that those who hate America are willing to keep the borders open even when the subhumans marching in crash airplanes into buildings full of innocent people. Our enemies would be no less willing, in fact, they would be eager, to use biological or chemical, or a nuclear weapon in a false-flag job to prime the goyishe pump for war.

Knowing these realities, America must ignore the threat festering within us - not ignore the threat gathering against us. Facing clear evidence of peril, we cannot wait for the final proof -- the smoking gun -- or even a shred of credible evidence -- that could come in the form of a mushroom cloud. As President Kennedy said in October of 1962, "Neither the United States of America, nor the world community of nations can tolerate deliberate deception and offensive threats on the part of any nation, large or small. We no longer live in a world," he said, "where only the actual firing of weapons represents a sufficient challenge to a nations security to constitute maximum peril." Then he took an urgent call from Sam Giancana with bad news from the Florida outfit.

Understanding the threats of our time, which is a snap with this captain-of-the-chess-club brain of mine, knowing the designs and deceptions of the Iraqi regime like that massive-birth-defect scam - c'mon, how could uranium hurt you?, we have every reason to assume the worst, and we have an urgent duty to prevent the worst from occurring.

Some believe we can address this danger by simply resuming the old approach to inspections, and applying diplomatic and economic pressure. Yet this is precisely what the world has tried to do since 1991. The U.N. inspections program was met with systematic deception. The Iraqi regime bugged hotel rooms and offices of inspectors to find where they were going next; they forged documents, destroyed evidence, and developed mobile weapons facilities to keep a step ahead of inspectors. They posed as art students to gain unlawful admittance to our nuclear facilities for espionage purposes. Hmmm? Oh, right, right. Scratch that last one. Eight so-called presidential palaces were declared off-limits to unfettered inspections. These sites actually encompass twelve square miles, with hundreds of structures, both above and below the ground, where sensitive materials could be hidden.

The world has also tried economic sanctions -- and watched Iraq use billions of dollars in illegal oil revenues to fund more weapons purchases, rather than providing for the needs of the Iraqi people. Imagine stealing billions of dollars from your own people, year after year, to fund a Middle Eastern terror state! Oh, that reminds me - sorry, that tax cut's off the board for now.

The world has tried limited military strikes - limited in that one side has pretty much all the weapons - to destroy Iraq's weapons of mass destruction capabilities -- only to see them openly rebuilt, while the regime again denies they even exist.

The world has tried no-fly zones to keep Saddam from terrorizing his own people -- and in the last year alone, the Iraqi military has fired upon American and British pilots more than 750 times. You'd think they had a country they were defending over there.

After eleven years during which we have tried containment, sanctions, inspections, even selected military action, the end result is that Saddam Hussein is walking around bold as you please, flaunting his still-aliveness, and still has chemical and biological weapons and is increasing his capabilities to make more. And he is moving ever closer to developing a nuclear weapon. As are Lichtenstein, Malta and Chad. Well, they're closer than they were 50 years ago, right?

Clearly, to actually work, any new inspections, sanctions or enforcement mechanisms will have to be very different. America wants the U.N. to be an effective organization that helps keep the ZOG definition of peace. And that is why we are urging the Security Council to adopt a new resolution setting out tough, immediate requirements. Among those requirements: the Iraqi regime must reveal and destroy, under U.N. supervision, all existing weapons of mass destruction. To ensure that we learn the truth, the regime must allow witnesses to its illegal activities to be interviewed outside the country by Diane Sawyer or maybe Stone Phillips-- and these witnesses must be free to bring their families with them so they all beyond the reach of Saddam Hussein's terror and murder before they begin their new lives as CIA stooges reporting directly to Tel Aviv, with the carbons eventually going to Langley. And inspectors must have access to any site, at any time, without pre-clearance, without delay, without exceptions.

The time for denying, deceiving, and delaying has come to an end. All the dual citizens on my staff agree. Saddam Hussein must disarm himself -- or, for the sake of peace, we will lead a coalition to disarm him.

Many nations are joining us in insisting that Saddam Hussein's regime be held accountable. Well, England's three countries, sort of, right? They are committed to defending the international security that protects the lives of both our citizens and theirs. And that's why America is challenging all nations to take the resolutions of the U.N. Security Council seriously. Or face death from the skies.

And these resolutions are clear. In addition to declaring and destroying all of its weapons of mass destruction, Iraq must end its support for terrorism. It must cease the persecution of its civilian population. It must stop all illicit trade outside the Oil For Food program. It must release or account for all Gulf War personnel, including an American pilot, whose fate is still unknown. And it must insist it had an orgasm afterwards.

By taking these steps, and by only taking these steps, the Iraqi regime has an opportunity to avoid conflict. Taking these steps would also change the nature of the Iraqi regime itself. America hopes the regime will make that choice. Unfortunately, at least so far, we have little reason to expect it. And that's why Jews in two administrations -- mine and President Clinton's -- have stated that regime change in Iraq is the only certain means of removing a great danger to our nation. I'm pretty sure they meant America.

I hope this will not require military action, but it may. And military conflict could be difficult. An Iraqi regime faced with its own demise may attempt cruel and desperate measures, and nobody gives up their oil fields without a fight. If Saddam Hussein orders such measures, his generals would be well advised to refuse those orders. If they do not refuse, they must understand that I've assured my good friend Ariel Sharon all war criminals will be pursued and punished. If we have to act, we will take every precaution that is possible. We will plan carefully; we will act with the full power of the United States military; we will act with allies at our side, and we will prevail. (Applause.)

There is no easy or risk-free course of action. Some have argued we should wait or send Mexicans instead-- and that's an option. In my view, it's the riskiest of all options, because the longer we wait, the stronger and bolder Saddam Hussein will become, and name me one thing that ever improved by adding Mexicans to it. No, our Illegal-Americans are too important to risk - they will stay home, looking stupid and manicuring lawns, while your son dodges incoming fire under a pitiless Third World sun. We could wait and hope that Saddam does not give weapons to terrorists, or develop a nuclear weapon to blackmail the world. But I'm convinced that is a hope against all evidence. Doesn't everyone give away military technology to their enemies...or is that just the countries with Jews in them? As Americans, we want peace -- we work and sacrifice for peace. But there can be no peace if our security depends on the will and whims of a ruthless and aggressive race of tricksters continually crying Hitler at every dictator who won't let them destroy his country, too. I'm not willing to stake one American life on trusting Saddam Hussein. So I'll bet the deed to the ranch on the assurances of the Podhoretzim, instead.

Failure to act would embolden other tyrants, allow terrorists access to new weapons and new resources, threaten ZOG and make blackmail a permanent feature of world events. The United Nations would betray the purpose of its founding, justifying Israel's existence, and prove irrelevant to the problems of our time. And through its inaction, the 2% of the United States I work for would resign itself to a future of fear.

That is not the America I know. That is not the America I serve. We refuse to live in fear, except on our streets, our workplaces and our airports. (Applause.) This nation, in world war and in Cold War, has never permitted the brutal and lawless to set history's course, no matter how many Dresdens and Nagasakis were required to prove our virtue. Now, as before, we will fail to secure our nation, protect our Jews from the excesses of freedom, and help others to find freedom of their own, particularly if there's a chance they'll vote GOP.

Some worry that a change of leadership in Iraq could create instability and make the situation worse. The situation could hardly get worse, for world security and for the people of Iraq, considering we've been beating them like a field nigger for twelve years running. The lives of Iraqi citizens would improve dramatically if Saddam Hussein were no longer in power, just as the lives of Afghanistan's citizens improved after the Taliban. They've got porn now - round the clock, on every channel. And is there a more comforting sight than to see, once more, underage boy prostitutes flirting again with middle-aged foreigners in the town square? The dictator of Iraq is a student of Stalin, using murder as a tool of terror and control, within his own cabinet, within his own army, and even within his own family. Plus that girlfriend of his said he wasn't anything to write home about in the pants.

On Saddam Hussein's orders, opponents have been decapitated, wives and mothers of political opponents have been systematically raped as a method of intimidation, and political prisoners have been forced to watch their own children being tortured. Gruesome stuff, straight out of an IDF training film!

America believes that all people of color are entitled to hope and human rights, to the non-negotiable demands of human dignity. People everywhere prefer freedom to slavery; prosperity to squalor; self-government to the rule of terror and torture. America is a friend to the people of Iraq. We bomb, but we care. Our demands are directed only at the regime that enslaves them and threatens us. When these demands are met, the first and greatest benefit will come to Iraqi men, women and children. The oppression of Kurds, Assyrians, Turkomans, Shi'a, Sunnis and others will be lifted. The long captivity of Iraq will end, and an era of new hope will begin. White European-Americans, however, will not be taking part in this new hope. Your captivity's PAYING for all this wonderful freedom-bringing, after all.

Iraq is a land rich in culture, resources, and talent. Especially resources. Freed from the weight of oppression, Iraq's people will be able to share in the progress and prosperity of our time, like it or not. If military action is necessary, the United States and our allies will help the Iraqi people rebuild their economy, and create the institutions of liberty - courts of law, day care centers, Texaco stations, Holocaust museums - in a unified Iraq at peace with its neighbors.

Later this week, the United States Congress will vote on this matter. I have asked Congress to authorize the use of America's military, if it proves necessary, to enforce U.N. Security Council demands. Perle and Wolfowitz assure me they'll play ball, now that McKinney's head is next to Barr's, up on poles for all to see. Approving this resolution does not mean that military action is imminent or unavoidable. The resolution will tell the United Nations, and all nations, that America speaks with one ventriloquist's voice and is determined to make the demands of the civilized world mean something. Congress will also be sending a message to the dictator in Iraq "do what we say or we'll kill you": that his only chance -- his only choice is full compliance, and the time remaining for that choice is limited.

Members of Congress are nearing an historic vote. I'm confident they will fully consider the facts, the cancelled checks in their war chests and their duties.

The attacks of September the 11th showed our country that vast oceans no longer protect us from danger, unless you were an Israeli who happened to call in sick that day. Before that tragic date, we had only hints of al Qaeda's plans and designs, which might explain why we funded and trained them . Today in Iraq, we see a threat whose outlines are far more clearly defined, and whose consequences could be far more deadly. Saddam Hussein's actions have put us on notice, and there is no refuge from our responsibilities. Yet we will ignore them anyway and invade Iraq.

We did not ask for this present challenge, we created it; but we accept it. Like other generations of Americans, we will meet the responsibility of defending human liberty against violence and aggression by committing lots of it at the mutual behest of World Jewry & Big Oil. By our failure of resolve to rid the West of its parasites, we will ironically give strength to others. By our lack of courage to simply name the Jew and be done with it, we will give hope to others. And by our actions, we will secure the perpetual absence of peace, and lead the world to a better day. Of The Rope.

May God bless America. Strategery! (Applause.)

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