Saturday, June 21, 2008

Vincent Bugliosi and Prosecution of George Bush For War Crimes

Anyway no matter how strong the case is to prosecute George W. Bush or even to impeach him the American Media is too much enamoured with George Bush or have been too complicit in his crimes to be willing to seriously discuss the issue. Yes they will talk about the issue of impeachment or prosecution but only in order to denigrate anyone who dares to criticize their man in the White House. We also see this with how the Media treats McCain as being the only one worthy of becoming president after George Bush. McCain would continue to defend and to further expand the American Empire and to promote so-called American values and or religion of Capitalism and of materialism and greed . The Christian God they tell us is all about prosperity and wealth .

It is difficult for millions of well informed people in America to understand why Bush has not been impeached while the Conservatives and some fanatical Christian Fundamentalists defend Bush no matter what. Is it because they see him as an agent of God or Jesus moving the world towards Armageddon or towards the promised Christian Millennium. As for the wealthy citizens of America George Bush has helped them to maintain their wealth and in many cases increase their wealth greatly. But more than this Bush and the Media have defended the rich explaining that being rich is a good thing and that it is a sign from God of one's worthiness. The Wealthy need not feel guilt or shame about being rich. And the Rich are not required by God or Jesus to help the poor or the weak and the meek. They owe the poor nothing. God made the poor poor. As HE made the weak and disabled according to HIS will to punish them for their lack of Faith. The rich according to this view or philosophy of faith cannot be blamed for taking advantage of the average American citizen or worker since each citizen has a role to play according to God's will; therefore the poor are poor because it is God's will. America no matter what it does is to be viewed as necessary and good because God wills it since America is God's chosen nation. Sometimes referred to as " Manifest Destiny " or " American Exceptionalism " or even as " Fate " or " Fortune "(" Fortuna ") or " Karma " Therefore to criticize or attempt to impeach or prosecute George Bush and those around him is to ultimately question God's Will and this cannot be permitted.

Whatever one calls it or how one dresses it up in political or economic philosophies or theories it is still a matter of " FAITH ". The so-called rationalists and atheists who defend America are the victims as it were of the same delusional thinking or leap of faith.

Jon Stewart on Bush War Crimes and Lies And Propaganda
From Crooks and Liars:Jon Stewart Slams Media for Blacking Out Iraq War Lies Report
By: SilentPatriot on Tuesday, June 10th, 2008

The Daily Show reports on the media’s failure to report on the Senate report that proves the Bush administration knowingly lied to us about the reasons for war. Surely the “Big Three” have more important things to cover
Stewart: “Let’s go back to the Big Three, that’s where real Americans get their news. Charlie Gibson, cover it!”

Gibson: “Something that doesnt happen every day, and certainly doesn’t happen twice..a well-know French daredevil named ‘Spiderman’…”

Stewart: “Yes, he was climbing the New York Times building. Perhaps looking to read the story about the administration leading us into a war that you didnt cover at all! At all!

For a “fake news” anchor, Jon Stewart sure does a better job reporting actual news than the entire mainstream media combined. I’m sure Stewart wouldn’t take offense when I say that that’s pretty sad.


The Prosecution of George W. Bush for Murder: Vincent Bugliosi


The Legal Framework for the Prosecution
With respect to the position I take about the crimes of George Bush, I want to state at the outset that my motivation is not political. Although I've been a longtime Democrat (primarily because, unless there is some very compelling reason to be otherwise, I am always for "the little guy"), my political orientation is not rigid.

Palpable Anger
My anger over the war in Iraq, some will say, is palpable in the pages of this book. If I sound too angry for some, what should I be greatly angry about — that a referee gave what I thought was a bad call to my hometown football, basketball, or baseball team, and it may have cost them the game? I don't think so.

Bush's Reaction to War
How has George Bush reacted to the hell he created in Iraq, to the thousands of lives that have been lost in the war, and to the enormous and endless suffering that the survivors of the victims — their loved ones — have had to endure?

The Prosecution of George W. Bush for Murder.

Famed prosecutor and #1 New York Times bestselling author Vincent Bugliosi has written the most powerful, explosive, and thought-provoking book of his storied career. As a prosecutor dedicated to seeking justice, he delivers a non-partisan argument, free from party lines, based upon hard facts and pure objectivity.


In The Prosecution of George W. Bush for Murder, Bugliosi presents a tight, meticulously researched legal case that puts George W. Bush on trial in an American courtroom for the murder of nearly 4,000 American soldiers fighting in Iraq. Watch this video interview to learn why he believes we must bring those responsible for the war in Iraq to justice.

Jon Stewart on War Crimes
Bush War Crimes - Media Doesn't Care

Olbermann interviews Bill Moyers
Media Propaganda Obama
Internet & free speech

Chances are Bush, Cheney, Rumsfeld, Condi Rice, Gonzales etc will not be prosecuted for anything. Obama will call for change and for a time to move forward rather than go up against the status quo of Big Business, Big Oil , Big Coal and Business as usual and Corruption American style. What matters in the end is that the American Myth be maintained at all costs. America is not a shining example of Democracy and freedom and this fact must be kept a secret. America has a president who was elected by means of what many claim to be a fixed election, he took the country to war under false pretenses while he insists on the right to detain anyone to have them kidnapped and tortured who are then not given a fair trial since the assumption is that if one is a detainee then one is guilty. So according to Bush and most Americans all those who are detained are guilty. Those who appear to be found to be innocent just happened to have unprincipled immoral lawyers who are themselves anti-Bush and anti-American.
and so it goes,

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