His life has been embodied by wickedness and evil, imho.
Only Christ alone could save him.
Here he is, apparently referring to his "good son" but, I am convinced, speaking in allegory, as a Mason, about Christ, who's apparent defeat WAS his
Note how the ghost of Hitler appears to sneak into the speech at the beginning with "sieg heil..hail victory" which causes Bush to start crying.. "the
true measure of a man" that's another telling reference, but which isn't ordinarily coupled with "Sieg Heil!"..
It is around that time (of Bush's speech at the Florida Legislature), supposedly, as a rumor I heard has it, that Pope Ratzinger completed his deep
research of the Nights Templar (true) and proceeded to shut down Bush crime family accounts.. (rumor)
Things that make me go hmmm...
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In that video, his intended audience isn't the Florida Legislature, nor even his son, but someone or some entity "beyond" the room, and it's
allegory and it's meaning is about a defeat and a triumph and the "true measure of a man". If I'm right, then he's referring in truth to either
Christ, or Satan, who jabbers in seemingly without Bush's control like the ghost of Hitler with that spontaneous "Sieg Heil, hail victory". So
it's very sad on the one hand, but if you really come to think of it, kind of funny also, but oh to be the one who is forced to their knees in
repentance after a lifetime of allegiance to the WRONG side of the equation, it's enough to bring any grown man to tears!
So therefore I DO sympathize with him, in spite of who he was and what he represented.
Jesus tells me to pray for him and love him. So I was wrong too to condemn a man for things only God understands through and through (the reason he
was crying I suppose).
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