This is according to a lawsuit filed against George Bush and members of his administration by an Iraqi citizen, who is charging them of waging a war of aggression, and citing the Nuremburg trials. The original lawsuit was dismissed with an invitation to refile an amended complaint -- which they did. An evidentiary hearing has been scheduled.
(If you ever start thinking Bush, Clinton, and Obama are all the same, try to picture Clinton or Obama ever having a plan like this. It's impossible.)
A few weeks later, after the United States had begun its bombing of Afghanistan, General Clark asked this same general, “Are we still going to war with Iraq?” The general replied, “Oh, it’s worse than that.” The general pointed to a memo from the office of Defendant RUMSFELD. “This is a memo that describes how we’re going to take out seven countries in five years, starting with Iraq, and then Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and, finishing off, Iran.
Defendant BUSH called French president Jacques Chirac and attempted to persuade him to support the United States’ invasion of Iraq. After Chirac informed Defendant BUSH that he needed more concrete evidence that Iraq possessed WMD and that the UN inspectors “need more time,” Defendant BUSH stated that a U.S. invasion of Iraq is “willed by God” and that “Gog and Magog are at work in the Middle East.” Chirac was bewildered over Defendant BUSH’s statement.
Here's a story we should all be ashamed of missing: George W Bush attempted to sell the invasion of Iraq to Jacques Chirac using biblical prophecy.
In the winter of 2003, when George Bush and Tony Blair were frantically gathering support for their planned invasion, Professor Thomas Römer, an Old Testament expert at the university of Lausanne, was rung up by the Protestant Federation of France. They asked him to supply them with a summary of the legends surrounding Gog and Magog and as the conversation progressed, he realised that this had originally come, from the highest reaches of the French government.
President Jacques Chirac wanted to know what the hell President Bush had been on about in their last conversation. Bush had then said that when he looked at the Middle East, he saw "Gog and Magog at work" and the biblical prophecies unfolding. But who the hell were Gog and Magog? Neither Chirac nor his office had any idea. But they knew Bush was an evangelical Christian, so they asked the French Federation of Protestants, who in turn asked Professor Römer.
He explained that Gog and Magog were, to use theological jargon, crazy talk. They appear twice in the Old Testament, once as a name, and once in a truly strange prophecy in the book of Ezekiel...
If you ever start thinking Bush, Clinton, and Obama are all the same, try to picture Clinton or Obama ever having a plan like this. It's impossible.
originally posted by: efohaohev
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