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WARNING : Bush clinically insane

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posted on Sep, 2 2004 @ 03:38 AM
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The Bentham Syndrome

www.larouchepub.com...

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

April 21, 2001

The charge of insanity to be made against both President George W. Bush and Israel's "Mega" minister Ariel Sharon, is that, considered either separately, or in their present combination, they are, functionally, clinically insane. The sudden spate of hysterical attacks on President Bush's Secretary of State Colin Powell, from the London Telegraph and KKKatharine Graham's Washington Post's concert of orchestration of press inside the U.S.A., only echoes the murderous, "bi-polar" quality of hysteria, which both madmen have bestirred among Bush's and Sharon's versions of a "Goebbels" press following.

That is to emphasize, that each, and both combined as one, is a clinical model, like Adolf Hitler's Nazi regime, of the Nietzschean existentialist principle of "the triumph of the (arbitrary) will." Having adopted a course of action, they, together with that collection of wild-eyed gnostic cults which form the hard core of the Bush Presidency's social base, will pursue that as what they, like a secret meeting of mafia bosses, or the Washington Post crowd, may call a "done deal." It will be a "deal" done in a way which is in willful disregard for the consequences of their actions, either for the welfare of the U.S. economy and our citizens, or the peace of the world.

The loonier their decision is, the more likely it will be made, and the more hysterically they will push it through against any and all reason, unless you act to prevent this. Under President Bush, things will never become better, until they first become much worse.




posted on Sep, 2 2004 @ 03:52 AM
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Lyndon Larouche,

I remember him, in 88 he ran a campaign almost solely based on the
colonization of Mars..Interesting. I give him credit for that..

Yes, credit, speaking of that, wasn't he charged with credit card fraud
the same year?

fraud



posted on Sep, 2 2004 @ 04:33 AM
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undoubtedly a great man!



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