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Is George W Bush the Real Master of Terror?

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posted on Aug, 8 2005 @ 03:33 AM
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For nearly 5 years now George W Bush and politicians like him have given the media unrestricted reporting of terrorism events…
To allow the humiliation of 9/11 to be beamed live on TV, to have the same images repeated again and again.
It was he and politicians like him who allowed the public to be in a constant fear of what in reality kills very few. Always reminding us, a blanket of terror coverage has swept the media; pushing domestic issues to the back seat; sometimes making them barely accessible at all.

And for what? So that the terrorists could fulfil their twisted aims of terrorising our people? Our did it happen to enable draconian legislation to pass and restrict the ancient freedoms of the people?
I am not asking (like I did in a previous post) that the most obvious freedom of all to be restricted; should be the freedom of the media to report on terror and thereby install terror in our people (not to mention subsequently damage our economy).

Rather I ask “are politicians like George Bush the real masters of terror in the way they restrict our freedoms, but not the mass medias?”
And could it all be because they get some benefit out of it?
Or are they really too stupid to think of such an obvious move?

I would remind all that there's a big difference between restricting in newspaper space and air time the reporting of terrorism, and an outright banning of it.




posted on Aug, 8 2005 @ 03:56 AM
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Might want to think about quoting your source(s) being it appears that you have simply copy-n-pasted some material into your post. The would be called intellectual theft, or better yet, plagiarism.





seekerof



posted on Aug, 8 2005 @ 04:12 AM
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I think it's sort of silly that people blame figureheads for problems that obviously have far deeper roots.

It plays right into the hands of the establishment-- they want you to blame Bush, because then once he's gone you'll drop your guard.

[edit on 8-8-2005 by The Parallelogram]



posted on Aug, 8 2005 @ 05:21 AM
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Bush is just a puppet.
The Bush administration was very much involved with these terror attacks. The terror attacks were created in order to scare the American people, the establishment would then say "Give up your liberties to us, we'll take care of your security", and thus the Patriot Act was declared. This is nothing new, it has been done through out history, the best example would be Hitler. There were a few attemps to take your liberties before, like the WTC attack before 9/11, the Oklahoma bombings etc. but they screwed up in them.
Now they're using these bomb threats and stuff like that to scare you people even more, they're also militarizing the police, and grooming the American people for a fascist police state, you can expect a next big attack soon, that will put America into martial law.
The evidence is all around you, in newspaper articles, TV reports, the internet, books etc.
The prison population in America is over 6 MILLION right now, man I can't even imagine that, it's like my whole country + one million more in jail.

It seems some of the American people are waking up, I hope the rest will also do that too before it's too late.

"They who would give up an essential liberty for temporary security, deserve neither liberty or security." -- Benjamin Franklin

The same thing is manifesting itself here in Europe aswell.


Alex Jones did a good job with his documentaries Martial Law 911 and 911 The Road To Tyranny. I just watched these myself a few days ago, I had much of the same thoughts as Alex has about these recent events, I also Googled around to find some of the articles on news websites that are shown in the movies, found most of them.
I would like not to believe him myself, or even believe myself, to live in denial, this is pretty frightening stuff, but the scary thing is, he's got evidence to back it up.

I suggest those who haven't checked them out yet, would do that.

Martial Law 911: The Rise Of The Police State
sandiegoactive.com... (part one, medium quality)
sandiegoactive.com... (part two, medium quality)
sandiegoactive.com... (part three, medium quality)
thepiratebay.org... (full movie, high quality)

911: The Road To Tyranny
100777.com... (full movie, low quality)
thepiratebay.org... (full movie, high quality)


Or then you can subscribe to www.prisonplanet.tv and you'll get to see these and a lot more, haven't done that myself yet, but I might do just that.

Watch it, and think about it, research it yourself if you want to, it's all there. I hope the people here are as open minded as I think, otherwise I might be flamed at by many or just ignored



posted on Aug, 8 2005 @ 05:34 AM
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Wondering when he's out of office, end of term or impeached, does Mr Bush plan to creat a GW Bush Library? Suppose all his executive decisions, etc would be termed classified.

Dallas



posted on Aug, 8 2005 @ 07:23 AM
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Bush is not the Master of Terror, our own media is. The worst image that I remember from 9/11 was not even a week after, TIME magazine had a picture of Osama Bin Hiden. Big picture plastered on the cover, looking at me less than a week after 3000 people lost their lives.

Clinton was lucky during his administration, and this was not a real threat to the US during GBush I. Blame the administration, and they have won, and as stated previously in this post, when your guard is down, they will strike. what will left-wing fanatics speak of when their is an attack on their watch.


Now, back to the media, it is they who constantly fill the American mind with nothing but death, rape, death, clebrities, Hurricanes, celebrities, drugs, death death and more death. That is where the fear comes from,



posted on Aug, 8 2005 @ 07:28 AM
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Bush is a figure head, what he stands for is evil. Focus on the message, not the messenger.



posted on Aug, 8 2005 @ 08:38 AM
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I'm not sure about 'master of terror' or 'master of anything',

but he is absolutely a windfall benefactor of it.

His approval rating only soared after 911.
The rally behind the chief effect.

He certainly doesn't seem to be a master of the planning or situation in Iraq, especially in light of selling the war using lies about aluminum rocket tubes.

He certainly has made no effort to round up stray nuclear materials.
By tying up Military assests uselessly in Iraq and fracturing the international consensus he has emboldened the Iranians to pursue, almost blatantly, atomic weapons.

He has taken a stable country without terrorist training grounds or connections into a chaotic mess, perfect for harboring, encouraging and training a whole new generation of anti-American terrorists.

Master of Terror, maybe.

Master on the war against terrorism? absolutely not.
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posted on Aug, 8 2005 @ 01:41 PM
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Well I don't want to offend anyone but it's not entirely Bush. This is just my opinion.

The US in this age is the Master of Terror. Before them it was their older brothers, the British until they lost super power status. The US complains about nukes, when in fact they have the biggest stock pile in the world and are the only ones to ever use them in war. If the US does not agree with another countries ideology, they use force to get there point across, killing many innocent civilians along the way. They have a long history of invading countries to promote "Democracy". Sending young soldiers to get killed while the Rich live like kings.

All I'm saying is that the US has a long tradition of supporting terrorism directly and indirectly. Giving loads of arms to countries like Pakistan (even after they sold nuke tech to North Korea, Iran, and the gov't supported terrorism) , and Saudi Arabia (most of the terrorist involved in 9/11) where most of the terrorist camps are based but denied to exist.

So far there are an estimated 250,000-1,000,000 Iraqi casualties in the war in Iraq. That's mind blowing to me, since US has already killed more in Iraq than saddam ever will. And for what? For oil profits? and not to mention the effects on the environment even more? Global Warming is like a time Bomb slowly gaining momentum. I would be more scared for your grand children than of a nuke attack in the states anytime soon.

It seems that WWIII or WWIV may be our last wars if things do not change. There are many alliances that have been forged to counterbalance the US power that will create more massive tension in the coming years. With the rise of the Economies and Military power of European Union and BRIC alliance of emerging Superpowers (Brazil, Russia, India, China), the US has to change their foreign policies as a whole in order to ease these worries of other world powers and to create stability, because no country can ever hold supreme power forever, impossible. And they should really think who to ally themselves with besides countries that will eventually turn on them. This is my opinion. I have not put anything here that is not true to my knowledge and it anyone disagrees with this please tell me.


[edit on 8-8-2005 by Darth Tinku]



posted on Aug, 8 2005 @ 02:18 PM
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Look no further



posted on Aug, 8 2005 @ 02:48 PM
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Outstanding! You anti-Bush, anti-American, anti-Freedom types have defied all logic in your blathering


Please, please, please tell me; Is George W. Bush a total idiot (as claimed for at least 6 years by left leaning types)..

..or is he the most brilliant and diabolical man to ever be?

If he IS an idiot, how the hell has he fooled so many people, countries, world leaders, and your own liberal figureheads, not to mention the UN? Where did this moron come up with such a plan.

C'mon, he's either stupid, or an unprecedented genius.





personally, I think you guys have brain damage. Hey, just my opinion, don't take it personal



posted on Aug, 8 2005 @ 03:04 PM
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How is being anti-bush labeled as anti-America?

Such nonesense.

BTW - IMO Bush is a dolt. He hasn't fooled many people, it is just the above tripe is an easy way for those you haven't figured it out yet to write off those that have as being against America, or Anti-American, or "woth the terrorists", or some other nonesense routinely seen around here.



posted on Aug, 8 2005 @ 03:28 PM
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This is competely normal for people to our president the mastermind of terror. I've heard "Bush is heading for world domination!" (even as we speak the US is closing down embassys and military buildings from foriegn lands), "He and his administration will declare the US a dictatorship!", "Trying to murder all Muslims!"
Nothing new, infact I could hear many of those things for the clinton admin; and exactly how many actually happened.
Bush will leave office like every other president and a new one will set in; and of course he/she will be just as evil with the same evil plan as bush. Thus the cycle continues.

Martial Law?? How can we contain the US when we can't even contain Iraq. Exactly where are we going to get those troops?

Some really crazy conspiracies are flying across this board. I don't know what the media tells you back at home, but it sure is SOMETHING.



posted on Aug, 8 2005 @ 03:30 PM
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Well - Who needs Words when we have Pictures!






posted on Aug, 8 2005 @ 03:30 PM
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Originally posted by Passer By

How is being anti-bush labeled as anti-America?

Such nonesense.

BTW - IMO Bush is a dolt. He hasn't fooled many people, it is just the above tripe is an easy way for those you haven't figured it out yet to write off those that have as being against America, or Anti-American, or "woth the terrorists", or some other nonesense routinely seen around here.



usually those who complain about bush are the same folks who call americans fat and ignorant. WE get it all the time.

BTW, by definition. anyone anti-us government is consider anti-american



posted on Aug, 8 2005 @ 03:33 PM
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"So far there are an estimated 250,000-1,000,000 Iraqi casualties in the war in Iraq. That's mind blowing to me, since US has already killed more in Iraq than saddam ever will. And for what? For oil profits? and not to mention the effects on the environment even more? Global Warming is like a time Bomb slowly gaining momentum."

Goes to show that even after credible reporting some still tend to believe the 'lies'.

Try ~20,000 casualties
Oil?!? - today it is at $64 per barrel
Gobal Warming - The US is the only creator of Greenhouse gases



posted on Aug, 8 2005 @ 03:34 PM
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I beg to differ. Being anti "this" government does not in any way mean you are anti-american.
Dont make me laugh



posted on Aug, 8 2005 @ 03:37 PM
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Originally posted by ferretman
"So far there are an estimated 250,000-1,000,000 Iraqi casualties in the war in Iraq. That's mind blowing to me, since US has already killed more in Iraq than saddam ever will.


thats pretty bad math, between 250,000 and 1 million u think they can narrow it down between the numbers to about 50,000 at least. the U.S. killed more Iraqis than Saddam.
u make me laugh.



posted on Aug, 8 2005 @ 03:43 PM
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Originally posted by Seekerof
Might want to think about quoting your source(s) being it appears that you have simply copy-n-pasted some material into your post. The would be called intellectual theft, or better yet, plagiarism.


Please don't make accusations without at least some kind of evidence.

If the post is plagiarism, then please show us where it was borrowed from.



[edit on 8-8-2005 by Roy Robinson Stewart]



posted on Aug, 8 2005 @ 03:46 PM
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Originally posted by evanfitz

Originally posted by Passer By

How is being anti-bush labeled as anti-America?

Such nonesense.

BTW - IMO Bush is a dolt. He hasn't fooled many people, it is just the above tripe is an easy way for those you haven't figured it out yet to write off those that have as being against America, or Anti-American, or "woth the terrorists", or some other nonesense routinely seen around here.



usually those who complain about bush are the same folks who call americans fat and ignorant. WE get it all the time.

BTW, by definition. anyone anti-us government is consider anti-american


Just as a matter of clarification, isn't it an accepted truth that Americans(and indeed most of North America) are fat and lazy? Isn't there a new study out weekly on the obesity problem? Aren't fad diets, and miricle pills doing billions of sales from over weight people that don't want to work it off, but rather take the short cut?

Does that mean every American is fat and lazy? Ofcourse not, but if there is a larger than usual average then one can hardly call it foul right? Anymore than saying Chinese people are short - they are, there is nothing wrong with that, and there are ofcourse exceptions to the rule, but overall Chinese people tend to be of a smaller stature than North Americans that isn't Anti-Chinese, anymore than saying North Americans are fat and lazy when there seems to be numerous studies to back up those claims.

Also, isn't the government and the people they govern, and the land they govern on, three distinct things? Therefor it is illogical to assume that being against any one of those things means you are against all of them.




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