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Bush Threatens to Unleash Terrorists

Posted in the database on Monday, December 12th, 2005 @ 15:04:42 MST (836 views)
by Kurt Nimmo    Another Day in the Empire  

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It’s a message customized for dim-witted Americans driving around in 6.5L turbo diesel Hummers with chrome wheels, whip antennas, and “Desert Rat” insignia above multiple “Support Our Troops” magnetic ribbons: if Congress does not renew the Constitution destroying USA Patriot Act, according to our fearless ruler, it “might lead to terrorist violence,” Bloomberg reports. “In the war on terror, we cannot afford to be without that vital law for a single moment,” said Bush. “By renewing the Patriot Act, we will ensure that our law enforcement and intelligence officers have the tools they need to protect our citizens.”

As Rigoberto Alpizar discovered, law enforcement has all the “tools” it needs—for instance, the 357 Sig Sauer handguns used recently to summarily execute the mentally ill Alpizar at the Miami International airport. Rigoberto Alpizar was “a 44-year-old naturalized American citizen from Costa Rica [who] suffered from bipolar disorder and had not taken his prescription medication to control the condition. The Home Depot employee who lived in Maitland, Florida, did not have a bomb and witnesses on the scene dispute the marshals’ claim that he shouted he did,” reports Capitol Hill Blue.

Of course, Bush wasn’t talking about mentally disturbed non-terrorists, but rather CIA-MI6-Mossad terrorists, the sort who fantastically plot complicated and impossible (for goat herders) terror attacks from caves in one of the most backward and poverty-stricken countries in the world. As we know, if we pay attention, all of the Bush era terror attacks—striking New York, Washington, Bali, Madrid, and London—were executed by intelligence “services,” using dim bulb Muslim patsies as fall guys in order to kindle World War IV, as envisioned by the Straussian neocons and their Israeli Zionist mentors.

As for Bush’s police state legislation and efforts to water it down, House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jim Sensenbrenner told Senator Russell Feingold to go fly a kite. Feingold “said last week the agreement [to push through Patriot] doesn’t do enough to curb potential abuses of the government’s expanded police powers, and vowed to ‘do anything I can’ to block the measure,” according to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Sensenbrenner, one of the most vocal enemies of the Constitution and the Bill of Rights in our bought-and-paid-for Congress, said Feingold’s effort “would be the most irresponsible thing that could be done” and those of us worried about preserving our constitutional heritage “won’t get a better deal,” in other words we’ll get a police state where mentally ill airline passengers are executed with impunity and we’ll either like it or shut the hell up (or end up on the Bushcon Terror Watch List—an aggressive project, according to research conducted by the Swedish newspaper Svenska Dagbladet, the list “had just 16 names prior to September 11 attacks, reached a thousand at the end of 2001, 40,000 in 2002 and 80,000 this year,” reports Zaman Online).

Meanwhile, if we are to believe corporate polls, Bush is riding a modest uptick in his popularity, demonstrating that Americans either have no idea what the Straussian-Zionist clique of fascists behind our appointed cardboard cut-out ruler is up to, or they don’t care and may even approve. “More adults in the United States are expressing satisfaction with the performance of their president, according to a poll by Ipsos-Public Affairs released by the Associated Press. 42 per cent of respondents approve of the way George W. Bush is handling his job, up five points since November,” notes Angus Reid Consultants.



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