Wednesday, February 23, 2005

Maybe If. . .

Our Mainstream Media Actually Told The Truth, There Would Be Hope?
compiled by The Old Hippie Because Truth Is Not Subjective


"Our" president will meet with German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder today, with the hope of keeping NATO, dominated by the United States, central over the European Union, which is the
"revamp" that both French President Jacques Chirac, and German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder, and as desired by other EU partners.  Which this insultingly arrogant Bush administration has rebuffed, but which the EU is going to insist upon, without fearing any "Bush/Rove/Empire-like Retribution," unlike "our" mainstream media cowards.

So - Now Bush, after completely ignoring our EU allies, after insulting them publicly, and with current insults still being flung by the likes of O'Reilly, and others within our "liberal" media, Bush goes to these EU leaders, with an obvious velvet-covered iron fist, (publicly humble, but in reality arrogantly and insultingly demanding,) requesting the mending of the fences. . .

If this wasn't so disastrous to so many lives on this planet, it would be tragically funny - But it is not, is it?  Definitly not to the Europeans.  For example - A quote, by Martin Schulz, leader of the EU parliament's Socialist represen-
tatives, speaking to
Der Spiegel, on the first day of this trip by George W. Bush, was asked whether he thought Bush
 Germans Protest
February 22, 2005 | Demonstrators protest
against U.S. President George W. Bush in
Mainz, western Germany. Bush will meet
German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder on
Wednesday, February 23 in Mainz.
(Photo: Markus Schreiber / AFP)
would support Europe's push for a diplomatic solution to the Iran question:

"No.  Too much broadcast-consciousness penetrates his speeches.  Men like him, who are in-
spired by a mission, often don't act rationally and therefore become difficult to calculate, some-
times even dangerous.  Bush has expressly not ruled out becoming involved militarily in other parts of the world, as he did in Iraq.  That is a risky type of politics -- far away from the US,
but right on the doorstep of the European Union."


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A few days ago, Scott Ritter said: U.S. Plans June Attack On Iran.

"02/19/05 --United for Peace of Pierce County (WA) - - Scott Ritter, appearing with journalist Dahr Jamail yesterday in Washington State, dropped two shocking bombshells in a talk delivered to a packed house in Olympia’s Capitol Theater.  The ex-Marine turned UNSCOM weapons inspector said that George W. Bush has "signed off" on plans to bomb Iran in June 2005, and claimed the U.S. manipulated the results of the recent Jan. 30 elections in Iraq."

Remember Scott Ritter?  He is the (republican) U.S. chief weapons inspector that first said there were no weapons of mass destruction in Iraq, before the war, and was instantly demonized by all of our brave, and patriotic, mainstream liberal media. . .  Remember?

From Cursor.org. . .
"Claims by Scott Ritter that President Bush "signed off" on plans to bomb Iran in June 2005, and that the U.S. manipulated Iraqi election results, find few takers.

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