Wednesday, May 06, 2009

One Day, People Will See Him For What He Really Was

Not much to blog about lately, and I've been too busy to do much anyway, but in the meantime, I thought I might let my readers in on a few little nuggets of information that have come my way from what I would consider not just a viable source, but a very reliable one. Actually, to be more accurate, several sources are involved.

Suppose I told you some little known facts about former President George W. Bush, things that, if they were to ever be brought out in the open, would probably assure he would be eventually prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law, and spend even the rest of his life in prison.

Chew on these items-

George W. Bush initiated what turned into failed assassination attempts on two world leaders. One of them was Hugo Chavez. The second was Mahmoud Ahmadinajahd.

But he wasn't always a "miserable failure" when it came to assassination schemes aimed at world leaders. Get ready for it-

He got lucky when he successfully initiated the assassination of former Pakistani Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto.

Pretty awful, huh? Or are you of the opinion that if Bush really did do these things, he was only acting in America's best interests against dictatorial leaders who are our nation's sworn enemies?

Wait, that's not all-not by a long shot.

What if I told you that George W. Bush forcibly kidnapped and detained a certain radical Islamic imam, one living recently in the US on a forged birth certificate, a man who also had allegedly illegitimate papers naming him a citizen of the Central American nation of Guatemala. What would you say if George W. Bush detained this man and, without even so much as giving the man a hearing, without giving him so much as time to pack a suitcase, had him flown to the middle of the Guatemalan jungle and left there with nothing but the clothes on his back and the money in his wallet?

Is your blood boiling yet? Are you ready to demand that George W. Bush be fully prosecuted and punished for such despicable crimes? Or are you of the opinion that since this alleged radical Imam was probably involved with Al-Queda or some other terrorist group, Bush acted appropriately?

Hold on. There's more.

What if you were to learn that George W. Bush, the supposed loving Christian family man and devoted husband and father, had a illicit love affair with a certain Hollywood star, who was later found dead from an apparent "suicide". Or was it an "accident"?

Or was it murder?

Even if Bush was innocent of ending the life of this former late star, the fact remains that he violated his marriage vows by engaging in a relationship with her. Or does that really matter?

Do any of you think that, if these facts were to ever finally come out, those Republicans and social conservatives who still admire Bush so greatly would still honor him as such a great family man, Christian, role model, public servant, and President?

Would it really surprise anybody that a President who would lend his authority to the prosecution of American citizens for supposed disloyalty could do such things as I have listed? After all, this is a man who actually encouraged and condoned spying on American citizens, including, according to somewhat recently released accounts, civil rights leaders. He did this in an attempt to gather information information about not only their business and civic careers, but in some cases their personal lives-anything that might be used against them, in the hopes of finding anything that might be manipulated to show proof of treason or disloyalty. Or failing all that, just to embarrass them publicly.

Could any honest, sincere person possibly justify such actions?

I'm curious to know what you all think of this, because there is a very good chance, in fact, that all of these allegations are true. Well, let me put it another way-

They are all, every single one of them, at least partially true. It just hasn't been seen yet for what it is, thanks to the apologists who are determined to justify this sorry record, what part of it can't be hidden. Who knows how much evidence has been destroyed or buried, never again to see the light of day.

But in time, it will be.

If anybody would like to weigh in about this matter, please feel free to do so.

Whatever should we do about these despicable alleged actions of one former President George W. Bush, in the event that are finally out in the open, and proven to be the truth? Or, for that matter, how should we view anybody that might have done such despicable things? How should history regard such an individual?

Should we view him as a sincere if perhaps sometimes overzealous public servant who loves his country and sometimes went too far in protecting its interests and the lives of its citizens?

Or should we see him as the spoiled heir of a rich family-a ruthless and arrogant punk to whom the exercise of power is seen as a birthright, and who will willingly ruin and destroy anyone who stands in his way, a man to whom the ends always justifies the means, even when those ends are to his benefit alone.

Consider this an open invitation to give your opinions on this matter, as I'm sure we can all agree, that if George W. Bush did do these things as has been alleged-as with anyone else-he should be roundly denounced, condemned, and ultimately prosecuted.

However, if you are unsure as to the veracity of these allegations, or feel they are in some regards partially or wholly justified, please feel free to express that opinion as well. At some future date, I will update this post with links pointing to the alleged evidence of the wrongdoing I have listed. Until such time, I will be looking forward to hearing your opinions on this matter, one way or another.


Renegade Eye said...

If you documented what you wrote, you could have more than a post, but a book. If you got the post seen, it could cause movement.

My first dinner party post, spread far into the blogosphere.

A post like that, should be up for several days. You should visit all sorts of blogs.

Blue Skull said...

The CIA has many dark recesses that hide vicious and cruel acts against Americans and others. All systems of government who achieve levels of power become implements of corruption. "Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely. Great men are almost always bad men." -Baron Acton (1834–1902)

Rufus said...


Patrick Joubert Conlon said...

I wouldn't be surprised if that is true. Like all aristocrats, the Bushes are rich enough to make their own rules.

The Pagan Temple said...


I've heard that accusation levelled at Bush Sr., but I think Bush Jr. would have probably been too young to be involved in something like that. Still, who knows, you might be on to something. You never can tell with people like that.

Rufus said...

No, I get that. I was asking if your post was really a gag about JFK.

The Pagan Temple said...

Wow Rufus. I see what you mean. Good point, but no, its not about JFK, though it does fit quite well at that. Not in every particular though.

The Pagan Temple said...

Okay, for one thing, JFK didn't try to portray himself as a moral born again Christian who would never do any wrong or cheat on his wife (though he certainly didn't advertise such shortcomings). Nor does anyone to my knowledge even pretend JFK was particularly moral or devout.

Plus, to my knowledge, JFK never had anything to do with anybody being thrown out of the country without a trial or a hearing. The other stuff might fit to a point, but so would stuff about a lot of other presidents.

Renegade Eye said...

There is no lack of public issues, that are not secret, to attack Bush.

The Pagan Temple said...


That's true of every president, and a great many other public officials, within living memory. Bush is hardly unique.

Renegade Eye said...

Even Bush's own family didn't really have confidence in him. See Stone's movie.

sonia said...

Your post has no punchline. I was expecting a final paragraph saying something like, "Well, all of those things are true, except they weren't done by Bush, but by ....."...

By now, Bush could literally get away with murder. Nobody would believe his accusers. They cried wolf too many times...

The Pagan Temple said...

I just don't get why everybody is so sure this is a joke. Can Bush do no wrong?

beamish said...


Keep 'em wound up, PT.

beamish said...

We tried to kill Hugo Chavez with salmonella-tainted peanut butter.


The Pagan Temple said...

I'll repost this at some later date, complete with links, maybe including one about destroying evidence.