NewsFlash! Clueless Idiot Can’t Stop Fucking Shit Up

New leaks of Bushco plans give a glimpse into the future>

About 300,000 people have died in […], the United Nations estimates, and 2.5 million have been forced from home.

In 2005, the Security Council cleared the way for possible war-crimes prosecutions by the International Criminal Court, a permanent tribunal set up to handle prosecutions related to genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes. The court is based on a treaty signed by 106 nations —

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Once the court indicts someone, authorities in one country or another have the power to detain the indicted person for trial at the Hague. That has not happened ….

Ooops wrong story…that was about Darfur (btw Sudan is not a member of the ICC either, yet…hmmm)

Here we go….


The terms of the impending deal, details of which have been leaked to The Independent, are likely to have an explosive political effect in Iraq. Iraqi officials fear that the accord, under which US troops would occupy permanent bases, conduct military operations, arrest Iraqis and enjoy immunity from Iraqi law, will destabilise Iraq’s position in the Middle East and lay the basis for unending conflict in their country.

But the accord also threatens to provoke a political crisis in the US. President Bush wants to push it through by the end of next month so he can declare a military victory and claim his 2003 invasion has been vindicated. But by perpetuating the US presence in Iraq, the long-term settlement would undercut pledges by the Democratic presidential nominee, Barack Obama, to withdraw US troops if he is elected president in November.

The timing of the agreement would also boost the Republican candidate, John McCain, who has claimed the United States is on the verge of victory in Iraq…

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This is about the only thing (not even stealing their oil) that could unite ALL of the factions in Iraq against the US.

It is the “solution” of a clueless, selfish bully, a man who is concerned only with power and his legacy. It harms Iraq, the US and he entire Middle East but what does he care? He will be laughing all the way to his Swiss Bank after getting paid off for his work for the MIC and the Oiligarchy. George Bush is doing his duty…not to the country he was selected President of…but to his real masters. To the concept of destabilizing the world i the interest of larger profits. Oh, and Armageddon.

Or as he was quoted as saying in 2004…

“Kick ass!If somebody tries to stop the march to democracy, we will seek them out and kill them! We must be tougher than hell!

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“There is a series of moments and this is one of them. Our will is being tested, but we are resolute. We have a better way. Stay strong! Stay the course! Kill them! Be confident! Prevail! We are going to wipe them out! We are not blinking!”

What a flaming ass. What a child. This (plus stealing their oil, which is doubtless on the To Go Menu as well) is EXACTLY the wrong thing to do is you are interested in any sort of peace or stability. What a clueless idiot. What a maroon. What a change it will be having someone with a brain in the White House!

Speaking of which….now that Obama has clinched….will he start leading an opposition to what will undoubtedly be a series of sabotages on the part of Bushco on their way out the door? Barack, buddy, if you want the WH….it’s time to step up and show us what you are made of! Only you will have the power to do anything meaningful for the next few moths….the power and the responsibility to limit the damage…including on FISA and Iran.

Oppose!

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    • Mu on June 5, 2008 at 6:35 pm

    Read this little gem, found on Wiki:


    “In Japan, the U.S. SOFA includes the provision that servicemembers are not turned over to the local authorities until they are charged in a court. In a number of cases, local officials have complained that this impedes their ability to question suspects and investigate the crime. American officials allege that the Japanese police use coercive interrogation tactics and are concerned more with attaining a high conviction rate than finding “justice”. American authorities also note the difference in police investigation powers, as well as the judiciary.”

    Link to full article

    Thing is, in Japan more and more these things actually are prosecuted locally, though often with slap-on-the-wrist results.

    See these cases, too; note links to others at bottom of main article.  In Japan the local population is growing more and more and more frustrated and angry over stories like these and U.S. military officials have to let local prosecutors take the reins of the case in order to keep the lid on the Japanese people going over the top with rage over crimes like this.

    Mu  . . .

    • geomoo on June 5, 2008 at 7:14 pm

    You know, do whatever the hell you want because you have all the power, then get the PR department to paint shit white.  When reality finally does come flooding up into the top floor executive suite, the CEO won’t be able to process the information.  He’ll be putting in an angry call to security while he drowns.

    Is it just me, or does this quote reveal a limited understanding of democracy?

    If somebody tries to stop the march to democracy, we will seek them out and kill them!

    Personally, I believe it is their lack of appreciation that average poor people have power that will finally do in these elitists.

    That headline is very funny.

  2. the Bush administration personnel will remove all the “O”s from the keyboards before they get kicked out on their collective asses leave.

    I can only imagine the crap they’ll try to push through Congress as the end draws near for Bush’s power.

    They’ve already inoculated themselves against prosecution for ignoring the Geneva Convention – it sickens me to think of George W. Bush slowly growing old while spending the money he’s made off the blood and sweat of the troops he claims to hold so dear.

    I never thought I would say something like this:

    Someday, I’ll be patient, but I will dance on his grave.

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