Wednesday, November 03, 2004

The US Elections: What Europeans expect by Von Constanze Stelzenmüller

And the Neocon faction seem to have weathered the blistering critiques of their fatally flawed policy prescriptions for winning easy in Iraq well. But perhaps they haven’t had time to listen, because they’re concentrated on drumming up support for regime change in Iran (and if Syria’s rulers were to topple in the process, that would be fine too).

1 comment:

luaptifer said...

Coup d'etat 2004: GOP sits on 3 incriminating reports 'til reelection is a done deal

Suppressed CIA and SIC Reports Deny the Right to Hold the Bush Administration to FULL Account on Nov 2.


During the presidential election [of 2000], the key pivot points proved to be quite limited in number, not to mention patently obvious. The first was the state government of Florida, the second the US Supreme Court....

In the yet incomplete coup of 2004, the pivots are once again, few: Republican control of Congressional Joint Inquiry and 9/11 Commissions and a hand-picked Director of Central Intelligence. In this version of the "October Surprise", Vice Chair Lee Hamilton ensured that George Bush was washed clean of responsibility.

"The focus of the commission will be on the future. We’re not interested in trying to assess blame, we do not consider that part of the commission’s responsibility."

So, the Republican coup d'etat controlled the critical 911 Investigations who delayed any damning findings of the Administration until after their reelection. The hand of hand-picked Porter Goss weighs heavily on the suppressed reporting of high-level CIA findings. Should George Bush not lose this election, we know exactly who stood watch as the jewel thieves hightailed it.

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