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While producing new material for his upcoming documentary "South of the Border," which explores the history of political and social movements in Latin America, Stone sat down to interview former Argentina president Néstor Kirchner.
The subject inevitably turned to George W. Bush, the subject of Stone's creative nonfiction feature "W". In front of a film crew, Kirchner confided to Stone that the former U.S. president once directly told him, "The best way to revitalize the economy is war."
"We had a discussion in Monterrey. I said that a solution for the problems right now, I told Bush, is a Marshall Plan," he claimed to have suggested. "And he got angry. He said the Marshall Plan is a crazy idea of the Democrats. He said the best way to revitalize the economy is war, and that the United States has grown stronger with war."
Asked to clarify, Kirchner added: "He said that. Those were his exact words."
"Was he suggesting that South America go to war?" the director asked.
"Well, he was talking about the United States," Kirchner replied. "The Democrats had been wrong. All of the economic growth of the United States had been encouraged by the various wars."
"It is worth noting that despite the prosecution of two major wars, there was very minimal net job growth during Bush’s tenure as president," Think Progress added. "And of course, he bequeathed an economy that suffered massive job losses in his wake."
Originally posted by PatesHatriots
Seriously, why isn't Dubya dead? Most times in history when someone destroys a country and commits treason to highest degree, they're murdered in some satisfactory way for the teeming masses. However, this dickhead retard coke fiend gets to wander off and continue to peddle his evil rhetoric for millions of dollars. It's things like this that make me wish the bombs would hurry up and fall.