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The US Is Not Invincible Mr. Bush


By James Donahue

April 2005


It has been said that President George W. Bush doesn’t read newspapers. I have to wonder if he reads at all . . . and if he has ever studied world history.


If he hasn’t, I would hope that the president’s advisors will take a quick refresher course and update Mr. Bush on a few important facts about past world leaders who thought their armies were invincible. Their names include Napoleon, Adolph Hitler and Alexander the Great, among others.


Bush and his military advisors are acting as if they think the United States is invincible, and that we are capable of world conquest. It seems to be the goal of the Bush Administration to cram the democratic/capitalist system down the throats of the world. And that just isn’t going to happen.


We are sure Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice left Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Defense Minister Sergei Ivanov somewhat aghast last week when she openly proposed that the United States control Russia’s nuclear arsenal by making regular inspections. While she claims that the proposal was made in the interest of joint cooperation, there is an obvious one-sided quest by the Bush Administration to unveil the Russian arsenal, while still guarding the nuclear arms on the home front. The Russians can only see this as an attack on their sovereignty. Not a good move Ms. Rice.


It seems more and more clear to us that the Bush Administration also plans to expand U.S. adventures in the Middle East, even though our military is spread thin and exhausted after three years of war in Afghanistan and Iraq.


We thought it preposterous in February when former UNSCOM weapons inspector Scott Ritter warned us that Bush had plans to bomb Iran in June. Yet we noticed a little story . . . almost overlooked in the discreet way it was presented . . . about Donald Rumsfeld’s recent visits to Azerbaijan and Kyrgyzstan for meetings with top government leaders. The next day the commander of NATO forces in Europe issued a press release saying that the U.S. planned to “deploy military bases in the Caspian region” to ensure regional security.


People in military circles know that Azerbaijan is a key launch site for a military attack on Iran. Russian news analysis websites didn’t miss this story and are expressing outspoken concern that the U.S. is now poised to escalate warfare in the Middle East. Russia and China are both allies of Iran.


You might think all of this is a coincidence . . . but there is no such thing as coincidence. There is always a political, financial and military reason for everything the U. S. does, especially under the Bush Administration.


Amid the backdrop of all the rhetoric about Iran building a nuclear weapons program, another story was released by the UK press that “British and American intelligence and special forces have been put on alert for a conflict with Iran within the next 12 months.”


And CounterPunch recently quoted Gen. Wesley Clark, a senior U. S. military officer, as saying that the administration plans to continue military campaigns throughout the Middle East and beyond following the invasion of Iraq.


“We’re not that good at fighting terrorists, so we’re going after states: Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Somalia and Iran. There’s a five-year plan.” Clark said.


He noted that Libya leader Col. Muammar Qadhafi’s decision to cooperate with the United States and United Nations and dismantle its weapons programs has eliminated an invasion of that country from the list.


Any nitwit can figure out that the U. S. wants control of the Middle East, not because of terrorism, but because of the rich reserves of oil under the ground. But Bush should not expect the rest of the world to sit idly by and let us pull off such a move. Russia, China and India are all looking at the same region with equal interests.


Thus our Armageddon President is pushing us into a conflict that he apparently thinks will be a win/win situation for the Christians. If U.S. aggression touches off a global war in the Middle East, it will have to be the final world conflict, thus it will be the great Battle of Armageddon as foretold in the Book of the Revelation.


If it turns into this, Bush believes Jesus will come down out of the sky, rapture all of the saints home to Heaven, and everything is peachy fine. If this is not Armageddon, then he believes the U.S. has the power to capture the area, and gain control of the oil. How can anything go wrong in a plan like that?


What our president’s belief system doesn’t allow him to consider is that the Christian rapture story is a hoax and it isn’t going to happen. Secondly, the United States stands to get into a deadly nuclear war with China and China is going to win, according to psychic viewer Aaron C. Donahue. After that, the United States will be no more.


China will be so devastated by the war and our counter bombs that it will not recover from its losses. After that, the world will get in line for a one-world socialist form of government that will turn its attention to saving what is left of the Earth, instead of killing one another.


That is where our attention should have been all along.