Thursday, July 20, 2006

The George Bush Plan for Palestine

Winner Take All

When George Bush 'ascended' into office, he offered Aerial Sharon and Mahmoud Abbas a dramatically new solution for Palestine.Now that his solution is finally being implemented, he doesn't want anyone to derail it. Anything that takes Iraq off the front pages is something Bush wants to prolong.

5 Moderated Comments:

Anonymous Pekka said...

Yup, just a mere week or two ago, I would have thought that you are becoming delusional and hysterical. Needless to say, but I say it anyway, not any more.

You have to give to Dubya, though, his foreign and domestic policies are merging into one easy concept - Winner Take All.

7/20/2006 09:42:00 PM  
Blogger Stella said...

Doesn't "plan" require some sort of thought? Not sure the Prevaricator's capable. BTW, thanks for the Bush countdown clock, vigilante. which I posted on my sidebar. Gives me hop.

Hi Pekka. How are you? Yeah, I got called a delusional, hysterical conspiracy theorist when I raged against Bush's "election" to "president" (both in 2000 and 2004), his military action against Iraq, his anti-environment and anti-life policies, and the secrecy of the press. Lately, people stopped laughing. Hmmm...

Ask any liberal Texan how Rove manipualted the gubenatorial election through slandering Gov. Ann Richards. Yup! Prevaricator-In-Chief with his Prevaricating cabinet. Meanwhile, people are dying. Damn straight, vigilante, Bush will do anything to keep Iraq (and Iran and Syria and...) off the front page.

However, reporters these days are little more than spin stenographers: I'm not sure keeping Iraq off the front page is too difficult, given the media is predominantly owned by five multnational conglomerates which contribute large sums of money to the Lil Emperor.

It's discouraging, but we must keep making our voices heard. I think Bloggers are bringing these issues to the public's attention.

7/26/2006 09:49:00 AM  
Blogger Vigilante said...

Stella, who said Prevarication isn't a plan? As a matter of fact, I think that sums up Bush's 2001-to-date Middle Eastern policy: Planned Prevarication.

It was just too much to think about.

7/27/2006 06:48:00 AM  
Blogger LittleBill said...

It has been my impression that every time Ariel Sharon (and perhaps others) have agreed to a cease fire with the Palestinians, they have immediately undertaken to enlarge and increase the size and number of Israeli settlements in the West Bank. At the same time, they have continued construction of the monster defensive wall between the two peoples.

Am I wrong about this? If not, that certainly explains for me the hatred of Israel's neighbors toward Israel.

Further, hearing Condaleeza Rice demand that there can be no talk of truce unless and until Hezbollah surrenders its arms does not even begin to define for me the meaning and philosophy of diplomacy, especially with the United States encouraging the current hostilities in order to degrade the entire country of Lebanon and the spirit of its people.

If anyone has a different (or even better) conception of the situation, let me know.

7/27/2006 10:14:00 AM  
Blogger Stella said...

Good one (as usual), vigilante: "Planned Prevarication." You're absolutely right. Check out ultra-right-wing Project for a New American Century started in 1997. The entire Dubya & Co. are involved with PNAC, which is striving to take over the entire Middle East.

7/28/2006 12:25:00 PM  

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