REFLECTIONS BY THE COMMANDER IN CHIEF
BUSH EXPECTS EVERYTHING TO BE SOLVED WITH A BANG
A word popped up in my mind. I looked it up in the dictionary and there it was; it’s an onomatopoeic word and its connotation is tragic: bang. I’ve probably never used it in my life.
Bush is an apocalyptic person. I observe his eyes, his face and his
obsessive preoccupation with pretending that everything he sees on the
“invisible screens” are spontaneous thoughts.
I heard his voice quaver when he answered criticism from his own father
What’s dramatic is that what he expects to happen may cost the American people many lives.
One can never agree, in any kind of war,
with events that take the lives of innocent civilians. Nobody could justify the attacks of the
German Air Force on British cities during World War II, nor the thousands of
bombers that systematically destroyed German cities in the decisive moments of
the war, nor the two atomic bombs which the
expressed his hatred of the poor world when he spoke on
Whom are they going to convince now that the thousands of nuclear weapons in their possession, the missiles and the precise and exact delivery systems they have developed are just to combat terrorism? Could it be perhaps that the sophisticated submarines being constructed by their British allies, capable of circumnavigating the globe without surfacing and reprogramming their nuclear missiles in mid-flight, will be used for that as well? I would never have imagined that one day such justifications would be used. Imperialism intends to institutionalize world tyranny with these weapons. It aims them at other great nations which arise not as military adversaries capable of surpassing their technology with weapons of mass destruction, but as economic powers that would rival the United States whose chaotic and wasteful consumerist economic and social system is absolutely vulnerable.
What’s worse about the bang upon which Bush is hanging his hopes is the antecedent of his actions during the September 11th events, when, knowing full well that bloody attack on the American people was imminent, and having the capacity to foresee it and even to prevent it, he took off on a vacation with his entire administrative apparatus.
From the day of his appointment as
President –thanks to the fraud orchestrated by his friends from the Miami
mafia, in the manner of a "banana republic" –and prior to his
inauguration, W. Bush was informed in detail of the same facts and in the same
way as the president of the United States, who directed that he be informed. At that moment, the tragic events symbolized
by the fall of the
If something similar were to happen with any kind of explosives or nuclear material, given that enriched uranium flows like water throughout the world since the days of the Cold War, what would be the probable fate of humanity? I try to remember and analyze many moments of humanity’s march through the millennia, and I wonder: could my views be subjective?
Just yesterday Bush was bragging about
having won the battle over his adversaries in Congress. He has a hundred billion dollars, all the
money he needs to double, as he wishes, the number of American troops sent to
Any opinion about the president of the
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