Friday, April 5, 2013

Bush – Self-deceived or Deceiver

Bush - Miss Me Yet
John R. Houk
© April 5, 2013

Danny Jeffrey has posted “Middle East Problems … Only Beginning”. This is an awesome article about the Foreign Policy failures that afflicted three Presidential Administrations: Bush 1, Bush 2 and Obama.

I concur with Danny’s observations except perhaps with one small disagreement. Danny is critical of the Bush 2 agenda to implement democratic-republic forms of government in the Middle East with the belief that doing so would create better potential allies if voting citizens could make choices via elections to promote Human Rights and a better atmosphere for an economic-political situation to thrive benefitting the prosperity of the voters.

At the time I was 100% behind the Bush 2 Agenda to bring a democratic-republic form of government to the Middle East. Bush’s reasoning that nations that had experienced 25 to 50 years of oppression under Marxist/Leninist Communism began a freer life with Liberty’s benefits after the fall of the former Soviet Union.

The problem of nation-carving that Bush 2 (and to my chagrin) ran into was theo-political Islam. A monolithic religion patterned after the conquest paradigm manufactured by Islam’s prophet Mohammed. Unlike other religions Islam’s eventual holy writings lay out the principles that combine religion, politics and martial evangelism. Islam’s religion, politics and martial evangelism are all integrated on a unified basis as a platform to govern the lives of Muslims and non-Muslims alike. The non-Muslims allowed to live had to approve living an oppressed life as second class human beings surrendering any right of religious freedom and political freedom to the superiority of Islamic tenets. Any violation of those tenets by non-Muslims was and is regarded as an insult or an affronter to Islam and Mohammed.

For hundreds of years Islam was the minority religion in the Middle East, North Africa, conquered portions of Europe and India. Where Islam remained in control you can figure out why people began to convert to Islam making the indigenous religions the minority.

With a thousand years of Islamic Supremacist theo-political ideology ingrained into the conquered nations and tribes of people, it is fairly clear the reason why Bush 2’s democracy planting has not worked or when it did work the people chose Islamic Supremacism via the cultural implementation Sharia Law as the basis as the rule of law. Sharia and democratic-republic political structure are diametrically opposed to each other.

Bush 2’s error was not backtracking on this realization concerning Sharia and democracy. Rather President George W. Bush began either self-deception or overt deception to Americans by choosing to tell us that Islam is a religion of peace. Of course those tagged as Moderate Muslims affirmed Bush’s pronouncement of another peaceful Judeo-Christian-like religion as in Islam was and/or is true. This assertion of peace is propagandized to non-Muslims even though Islamic holy writings indeed advocate violence against non-Muslims and against Muslims that broke Sharia or apostatized.

Like Danny I was also under the sway of former Secretary of State Condi Rice’s Foreign Policy intellectualism. It has become apparent that Rice is akin more to Establishment Republicans and RINOs than to the principles of the Conservative base of the GOP. Let’s face it. The only reason the Republican Party exists as a political entity is because Conservative voters are the power base. The Establishment GOP and the RINOs have united to call the shots within the Republican Party via control of the purse strings. These elitists of the GOP pander to Conservatives to remain a political force in the USA. Condi Rice is a part of those elitists in the GOP.

Otherwise I am in complete agreement with Danny Jeffrey’s “Middle East Problems … Only Beginning”.

JRH 4/5/13


By Danny Jeffrey
April 3, 2013

Nearly forty years ago an acquaintance tried to convince me that only a handful of powerful people were basically running the entire world, building and wrecking nations, causing wars, and spreading discord among all mankind. I lived in Florida at the time and concluded that this man had been out in the sun for too long, or perhaps he had been dropped on his head as a baby. At any rate I dismissed his thoughts as mere meaningless babble and promptly forgot it. How little did I know. Vision grows weaker with age but hindsight improves, if you just take the time to look.

Fools, con-men and politicians always promise a better tomorrow and most of us consider the source and ignore it. There are times that they should not be ignored, especially the politician with an agenda. When Bush the Elder spoke with starry eyes of a new world order, he was quite serious, and we simply disregarded his dream as rhetoric. We erred. Many years later his son stood before this nation and told us that Islam was a religion of peace. We listened, and erred yet again.

Since you are reading this you probably did not vote for Obama but millions did and their error continued America's ride down the road to ruin at an accelerated pace. Notice I did not write they put us on that road, that was done many years ago, briefly diverted from ruin by Ronald Reagan, and then once again directed to the fast lane by his successor. We have had no diversion since, but we have made many errors. One of them was trusting Bush the Younger. I once missed him but at the time I was unaware that he was promoting the same agenda we now see from Hussein Obama, just a little less obvious and with a slower pace.

I think back to the time that he was so optimistic about democracy taking hold in the Middle East. "Democracy"! Americans usually regard it as a Holy Grail, but when presented to the people of Gaza the results were far from holy. They chose Hamas to lead them. This left Bush with egg on his  face and shocked, or so we were led to believe. We hear but little from George W. today, so little that when he drops a bombshell of approval for current policies few hear it. This is one that I missed, but then he was only a guest blogger, expressing his views. Few read it at the time.

The Arab Spring And American Ideals...Accuracy In Media ... George W. Bush May 18, 2012

Author's note: The following excerpts were written in light of The Shah of Iran being overthrown and replaced by today's Mullahs, that Morsi was overthrown and replaced by the Muslim Brotherhood, that Qaddafi was overthrown and replaced by Al Qaeda, and that Al Qaeda is on the verge of toppling Assad of Syria. The Christians of Syria did not flee Assad but are fleeing Al Qaeda. George W. Bush is pleased with progress and believes we must aid in the "Democracy" that is being established in the Middle East.


"America does not get to choose if a freedom revolution should begin or end in the Middle East or elsewhere. It only gets to choose what side it is on."


"It takes courage to ignite a freedom revolution. But it also takes courage to secure a freedom revolution through structural reform. And both types of bravery deserve our support."


"This work will require patience, creativity and active American leadership. It will involve the strengthening of civil society--with a particular emphasis on the role of women. It will require a consistent defense of religious liberty. It will mean the encouragement of development, education and health, as well as trade and foreign investment. There will certainly be setbacks. But if America does not support the advance of democratic institutions and values, who will?"

Surely Bush is aware that when Islam is imposed it is far worse for both women and religious liberty. High minded words in the face of reality are only that; Words! Hollow, meaningless, empty words uttered only to mislead the gullible. I particularly dislike his comment about democratic values. Cultures have values. A republic has values. Democracy does not have intrinsic values for it is in essence but a glorified version of gang rule. When the Democrat Party are in power they impose their values on Republicans, and vice versa.

Recall the lady who asked Benjamin Franklin what kind of government they had given America. He answered "A republic, if you can keep it." He never mentioned democracy, for that was a great sticking point at the Constitutional Convention. These were great men who well understood the pitfalls of democracy and warned against its abuse.

No, I don't miss Bush, now that I better understand his motives. In many ways he was more dangerous than Obama for he managed to aid the Islamic infiltration of our federal government without attracting the attention that Hussein does.

Interested in what Condoleezza Rice has to say? She is both smarter and better informed than George Bush, but they both follow the same agenda. This is an opinion piece she published in the Washington Post.

Syria Is Central To Holding Together The Mideast ... Washington Post ... Condoleezza Rice ... November 23, 2012

Author's note: Notice the above date, just briefly after our most recent Presidential election. She is pushing Obama to continue the work initiated by George Bush.


"In recent day, France, Britain, and Turkey have stepped into the diplomatic vacuum to recognize a newly formed opposition that is broadly representatives of all Syrians. The United States should follow their lead and the vet and arm the unified group with defensive weapons on the condition that it pursues an inclusive post-Assad framework. The United States and its allies should also consider establishing a no-fly zone to protect the innocent. America's weight and influence are needed. Leaving this to regional powers, whose interests are not identical to ours, will only exacerbate the deepening sectarianism."

I commented earlier that Ms. Rice is both more intelligent and better informed than George W. Bush, but she is also far more blatant in her obvious support for the Progressive/NWO agenda. She is another that I once thought highly of until her true role became more obvious.

This from The Independent UK

"Fighters from as many as 29 countries have filtered into Syria to join a civil war that has split along sectarian lines..."

That, my friends, is not a civil war. That is nothing short of an invasion by religious mercenaries. A religion, I might add, that has announced its intentions to conquer all of the nations of the West, and that includes us. Read carefully the following, still from Condoleezza's article: She openly acknowledges that Al Qaeda is in all likelihood going to become the prime mover in this so called "civil war".

"Certainly there are risks. After more than a year of brutal conflict, the most extreme elements of the opposition --- including al-Qaeda --- have been empowered. Civil wars tend to strengthen the worst forces. The overthrow of Assad could indeed bring these dangerous groups to power."

Her next paragraph is extremely interesting. What exactly is the "Middle East state system"?

"But the breakdown of the Middle East state system is a graver risk. Iran will win, our allies will lose, and for decades the region's misery and violence will make today's chaos look tame."

So, just what is the "Middle East state system" she refers to? There are kings, dictators, theocracies and thugocracies, the Muslim Brotherhood, and Al Qaeda. Wherein shall we find a "system"? A system implies a certain degree of cohesion and coherence not found in the region. The Middle East has but one common denominator and that is Islam, which the entire world would be better off without. Is this the system that Condi Rice seeks to protect and embolden, and if so, Why? But, she did offer a final warning.

"War is not receding in the Middle East. It is building to a crescendo. Our elections are over. Now, America must act."

While George W. Bush was in office and she was his Secretary of State, the most significant danger in the Middle East was Iran obtaining nuclear weapons. That was the time to act. Bush could have put an end to this danger in his final month in office and chose not to. Why? Obama assumed office and the first thing on his agenda was to empower the Muslim Brotherhood in his now famous Cairo speech. Thus we have the Arab Spring to deal with and both George W. and Condoleezza supports it. Why?

Obama's most obvious failing is the company he keeps, and during his early reign there was no effort made to conceal his Soros/NWO affiliations, giving rise to such artwork as you see here. Obama is arrogant but so is George Soros, and somewhere behind him are other puppet masters pulling his strings. Doubts? Soros spent a fortune trying to unseat George Bush and yet today Bush and his followers are following the same agenda as Obama. They may not bow to Soros but they are indebted to others who wields enormous power and avoid the limelight, allowing attention seeking Soros his moment of fame.

I should like to take you back to an earlier paragraph of Ms. Rice's article and apply logic and perhaps a few questions about her meaning and intent. She stated:

"In recent days, France, Britain, and Turkey have stepped into the diplomatic vacuum to recognize a newly formed opposition that is broadly representatives of all Syrians."

First off, as I showed above that mercenaries from 29 countries are not representing the Syrians, but now they have been recognized as the official government of Syria. They have rehearsed for this. While Qaddafi was still alive, a third party set up a central bank account allowing Al Qaeda to sell Libyan oil on the world market while still engaged in the effort to topple the ruler of Libya.

This from CNBC...


"Is this the first time a revolutionary group has created a central bank while it is still in the midst of fighting the entrenched political power? It certainly seems to indicate how extraordinarily powerful central bankers have become in our era."

Continuing Ms. Rice's narrative:

The United States should follow their lead and the vet and arm the unified group with defensive weapons on the condition that it pursues an inclusive post-Assad framework.

She, along with John McCain and Lindsey Graham are advocating that we arm Al Qaeda. I cannot conceive of any more suicidal act than this. These men are battle hardened from fighting American soldiers and Marines in Iraq and Afghanistan, and Condoleezza wants the U.S. to provide them with "defensive" weapons. I must ask what constitutes a defensive weapon. That would imply that they are being attacked and must defend themselves. These mercenaries came from 29 different countries and rest assured that any weapon they have is for offense, not defense. They are the ones doing the attacking but that is a mere technicality to someone like the ex-Secretary and those pulling her strings.

She further states:

"The United States and its allies should also consider establishing a no-fly zone to protect the innocent. America's weight and influence are needed. Leaving this to regional powers, whose interests are not identical to ours, will only exacerbate the deepening sectarianism."

A no-fly zone to protect the innocent? That sounds awfully familiar! I read and wrote about it two years ago. It is called "Responsibility To Protect"(R2P) and it was formulated by the Soros think tank "International Crisis Group". It basically is a plan for western aircraft to protect "civilians" while they assail an existing government. It was utilized in Libya to protect Al Qaeda as they attacked Qaddafi's forces, weakened due to his air force being grounded by our fighter aircraft. Many are now calling on us to once again protect "civilians" and I have no doubt that when enough "civilians" are attacking Israel, we shall once again be called upon to save the innocent.

To say that this nation faces a crisis is an understatement, and that crisis has so many facets that it is virtually impossible to put a single label on the problem. One of the most inclusive descriptions of what is happening here is "Class Warfare". We are on the verge of civil war and all of the blame is being put on "Conservative old white men". Well, I am one of those and deserve not the blame that is heaped upon both me and others of similar values.

This class warfare is being fomented by the privileged ruling class as they turn all of the ethnic groups in this nation against each other and promote civil discord around the world. Their ultimate goal is nothing short of world domination and end of freedom. So much attention falls on the Middle East, as it is to be the trigger that plunges the people of this planet into chaos. As Condoleezza Rice said "War is not receding in the Middle East. It is building to a crescendo."

I shall close this essay with an old adage that is so appropriate for today, as this is the situation in which we find ourselves.

We the unwilling,
Led by the incompetent,
Are doing the unnecessary,
For those who are undeserving.

Suggested Reading...

Bush – Self-deceived or Deceiver
John R. Houk
© April 5, 2013

About Danny Jeffrey:

I'm sixty eight and since Ronald Reagan left office I have watched my country slowly deteriorate as freedoms are lost and the value of our currency dwindles. This has been a slow but steady decline until Barrack Obama entered the White House. I will not refer to this man as President. That is a job that deserves respect and he has earned none at all. I am convinced that were it not for the Tea Party stirring up the public we would now be living under a total dictatorship. He seeks only power and has no loyalty at all to the United States, and as long as he is in office I shall write to any who will read and speak of what he is and what he is doing to this country.

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