posted on Mar, 22 2004 @ 11:32 AM
Before the war in Iraq, the US was viewed by the international community as a somewhat-neutral country that seemed to be reforming or at least
reconsidering its previously aggressive nature. And then Bush was elected.
After only a month or two in office, this dolt of a number one almost starts a war with China. but das ok, we're still here.
Then, a few months later, Bush's PR guys realized that the general population was thinking that this guy needs to be impeached. So they begged for a
green light on 911, and *boom* 3K+ people died for a political agenda. I hate to sound so cruel, but the truth knows no emotion. Bush's approval
rating skyrocketed because our movie-bound culture loves a good drama with special effects. To fortity his approval rating, he invades Afghanistan
under the guise that the guy responsible for the 911 attacks is hiding there. After bombing a country that was already bombed to the stone age before,
bush couldn't wait to finish his dad's job. That was part of the idea in the first place.
So, then, Bush's approval rating starts to go down again. He comes out and invents this WMD thing, when everyone who remembers the UN inspectors
during the Clinton Administration can recall the fact that they found nothing. Not even a hint of a program in that desolate-by-sanction country.
Quite simply, Bush was taking cheap shots. Kicking people when they were down. And the international community, generally more educated than the
populous of America (not our fault. blame the public schools system and the government for enforcing scholastic regulation without increasing
incentives for the teachers) , disproved of this because they saw the pattern that was unfolding.
So, with international hate and skepticism growing, Bush pushes the idea to get WMD out of Iraq. The worst part about this is that they never found
WMD, thus damaging US credibility in front of the world (what very little of it was left since the beginning of 2001).
Oh and we havent caught saddam. if we did, he would be subject to the laws of the Geneva convention. Furthermore, he would face more identity tests
than an easily-rigged DNA test. Until I see fingerprinting done, I will never believe that that look-alike is Saddam, and neither will the rest of the
world. As far as bush and his cronies are concerned, US credibilty matters as much as roadkill, because this is all part of the NWO plan to make the
US into the next Nazi Germany. what I mean by that is we are to make everyone around us hate us to the point that they will try to invade us in an
attempt to save us from our OWN terrorist regime.