At 911 Ceremony, George W. Bush Says White People are Like Moslem Terrorists

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lol.

I was half-joking yesterday when I said that these people would use their anniversary of 911 speeches to condemn white people as terrorists.

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Former President George W. Bush has used his speech on the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks to call out “violent extremists at home.”

While visiting Shanksville, Pennsylvania on Saturday, Bush, who was president at the time of the deadly terrorist attacks, compared the foreign terrorists behind 9/11 to the supposed domestic extremists in the US today.

“We have seen growing evidence that the dangers to our country can come, not only across borders, but from violence that gathers within,” the former president said.

The Republican admitted there is “little cultural overlap between violent extremists abroad and violent extremists at home,” but claimed they are “children of the same foul spirit” and seemed to reference the January 6 Capitol rioters when he said one “cultural overlap” is an interest to “defile national symbols.”

Bush urged people to “confront” these threats and touched on the cultural gaps and partisanship that has grown in the country since he left office.

“When it comes to the unity of America, those days seem distant from our own,” he said. “Malign force seems at work in our common life…so much of our politics has become a naked appeal to anger, fear and resentment.”
Kind of ripped off of Star Wars, no?

NOW – George W. Bush compares "domestic extremists" to Islamist terrorists in his 9/11 speech: "They are children of the same foul spirit, and it is our continuing duty to confront them…"pic.twitter.com/zOP9CzQmmh

— Disclose.tv (@disclosetv) September 11, 2021

Kamala also spoke. I didn’t watch it, but the media isn’t saying that she mentioned white terror.

I guess they left it to Bush, as they figured that would seem more powerful.

It’s just all so ridiculous.

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Always hated the guy. Hate who he ran against even more.

Bush ran as a freedom loving libertarian leaning patriot. But the late Harry Browne, head of the Libertarian Party at that time, said he couldn't think of a worse president than George W. Bush - except for the execrable Al Gore.

Bush was the architect of the present Homeland Security Surveillance State while calling Islam the "Religion of Peace" (as he stood in stocking feet in a mosque), declaring that WE needed to "bring Democracy" to the likes of Afghanistan - while allowing Muslims to flood into the U.S. during his reign.

Entire family needs to go extinct and any records of them expunged.
 

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By the growing muffled unintelligibility in his cadence it sounds like he's been fitted for dentures.
 

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We gotta give mad props to Master Chief here on this one. Because on the exact day that it happened, I believe, he said that the Capital Storm itself was going to be exactly like 9/11 in terms of the response from the State. And he was exactly right on that.

I just remember there were a few on this forum (some who aren't with us anymore too) who couldn't really see it (yet) and who really didn't like that take or that comparison by Anglin at first. Hell, I personally wasn't in love with it either at first. But Anglin called it like he saw it regardless, and now here we are today on 9/11 itself with the various direct comparisons being drawn by none other than George W. Bush (and many other System-admins as well). Honestly, I personally never thought that the Capital Storm would elicit this huge of a response back from the System after it immediately happened, and so I guess I was more than a little bit naive there myself still, but there again, that's why I'm not the Master Chief and why he is- of course.
 

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lol.

I was half-joking yesterday when I said that these people would use their anniversary of 911 speeches to condemn white people as terrorists.

RT:



Kind of ripped off of Star Wars, no?




Kamala also spoke. I didn’t watch it, but the media isn’t saying that she mentioned white terror.

I guess they left it to Bush, as they figured that would seem more powerful.

It’s just all so ridiculous.

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Hey Dubbya, you big drunk!
Talking about domestic terrorists, you've described Dick Cheney Don Rumsfeld & Paul Wolfowitz 100%.
 

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So, a bunch of patriots on a day trip basically sightseeing inside the capitol building is on a par with towelheads flying planes into building and murdering thousands. Yeah Right.
I've been coming to terms with being a man without a country. It's still surreal to see The Powers That Be make it this fucking explicit.

If me wanting my government to redress my grievances is the same as dudes flying planes into buildings, then all that's left for me to do is admire their piloting.
 

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I have problems with Trump and don't believe the official 911 story, but at least he visited with the NYPD and NYFD instead of attending this NWO circle jerk event. At least Donald is a real human being.

Those reptiles are disgusting, imagine the negative energy of being around people like Bush and that vile mulatto slut. You'd have to have a sick mind to agree with their speeches.


 

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The now infamous debate between Jeb Bush and Donald Trump established Trump as the frontrunner in 2015. But I felt Trump did not attack George Bush specifically. He was quoted as saying "Nancy Pelosi should have impeashed Bush for lying..." (Wow that was ironica and prophetic!!) and was asked what he meant. Then he states how "...easy he is to get alnog with anyone..." But HE SHOULD HAVE SAID: "George Bush lied to the American people. He said there were WMD in Iraq and that Baghdad was cooperating with Al Quaeda. That is a lie. That lie cost millions of lives, trillions of dollars, and countless wounded and KIA soldiers. For that Bush should have been impeached. He botched the 9-11 Committee, and people still don't have answers. That should be an artiucle of Impeachment right there as well."

 

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If you were to run a poll on who the worst president was, you'd likely get answers all over the board (Top spot on the worst President list will always be Woodrow Wilson on my list).
If you ran a poll on who was the absolute stupidest moron with the lowest IQ to ever be POTUS, and Duh-B-Yah didn't get 100% of the vote, then something would be wrong with your poll. GWB not only was as stupid as a box of rocks, but he looked like a complete idiot when they dressed him up in jeans and sent him out in a pickup truck on the ranch they bought him for photo ops so they could say he was a long tall Texan -- which he wasn't. I never saw anyone look so out of place in my life. That was literally like trying to drive the square peg through the round hole. The entire Bush crime family is nothing but pure evil, and Duh-B-Yah was/is far too stupid to know how evil he was/is, but he sure was surrounded by it, he took the worst advice from the worst advisors he could surround himself with, most of whom were no doubt chosen and put there by Cheney.

The Bushes, the Clintons, the Obamas, the Bidens, they're all owned, and they're all evil. Being owned and being evil is what got them to where they are.
 

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All I can say is that after decades of these shit Middle Eastern wars fought for the Ziocons I get why the rag heads keep calling the USA the Great Satan. I thought it was ridiculous thirty years ago after the Iranian revolution and the overthrow of the Sha but now I pretty much agree on this point. Our government is run by evil people who push non-stop human degeneracy and endless financial and political crimes.
 

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So, a bunch of patriots on a day trip basically sightseeing inside the capitol building is on a par with towelheads flying planes into building and murdering thousands. Yeah Right.
Check this out:

Wikipedia Word Count Comparison (This is fun and incredibly revealing)

September 11 attacks (all time biggest terror attack) - 24,900 words

2021 United States Capitol attack - 31,500 words

Charlottesville Unite the Right Rally - 28,000 words


2017 Las Vegas Shooting (all time biggest mass shooting) - 10,000 words

World War II - 25,000 words

I use this comparison with normies and it forces them to think, because on the face of it, there is no clear explanation.
 

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Overcompensating because he knows he's too much of an idiot to be considered white. Both he and Jeb! know chile chokers is all they deserve.
Level of selling out heretofore unimaginable.
 

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Just remember the "First Domestic Terrorist"....Kissinger's hand with the Bushes-Neocons-James Jesus Angleton (Jewish)...exists and unraveling the full culpability of this "Criminal Debt" is their fear like the Letelier assassination (note the source is wsws.org but they often cite solidly). Kissinger was a little Jew refugee of Hitler that joined the U.S. Army as a "translator/refugee".

Literally, Kissinger is an Idiot piece of J-Sh*t in this Idiot Jew Sh*t Show from all I have seen. --CSR:
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CIA, State Department role in Operation Condor
New documents link Kissinger, Bush senior to Letelier assassination
Patrick Martin

20 April 2010
Documents released last week by the National Security Archive, which has played a valuable role in uncovering evidence of the crimes of American imperialism in Latin America, provide new details on the role of top US officials in facilitating the assassination of former Chilean foreign minister Orlando Letelier.

These documents add to the overwhelming case for the prosecution of then-secretary of state Henry Kissinger, then-CIA director George H. W. Bush and other top officials for their role in these and other murders perpetrated by military juntas allied with and backed by the US government.

The September 21, 1976 murder of Letelier and an American aide, Ronni Moffitt, was the most spectacular act of international terrorism on US soil up to that time. The two were killed, and Moffitt’s husband Michael wounded, when a bomb detonated underneath their car as they rounded Sheridan Circle in northwest Washington D.C., barely a mile from the White House.

Letelier, who had served as foreign minister and then defense minister in the reformist government of Salvador Allende, was arrested and tortured in the September 11, 1973 military coup lead by General Augusto Pinochet. He was eventually sent into exile, but became a thorn in the side of the Chilean junta because of his political activities abroad, exposing the savagery of the junta’s repression and campaigning for an international boycott.

Michael Townley, an American citizen working for DINA, the intelligence service of the Chilean military junta, was identified as the manufacturer of the bomb that killed Letelier and Ronni Moffitt. In April 1978, he was extradited from Chile under an agreement that limited his potential sentence and protected the top Chilean and US government officials, who were responsible for ordering the bombing.

Townley served only five years of a ten-year term, and then was placed in the federal witness protection program. Some 27 years after his release from prison, the admitted terror-bomber still enjoys the protection of the US government—and in its service, he may well continue to employ his bomb-making skills.

A Chilean Army captain, Armando Fernandez Larios, and three anti-Castro Cuban exiles, Alvin Ross Diaz, Guillermo Novo Sampoll and his brother Ignacio Novo Sampoll, were convicted in the same trial. The Cubans had long records of right-wing terrorism, much of it while in the employ of the CIA.

Townley testified at the trial that the assassination was ordered by the head of DINA, Manuel Contreras, who reported only to Pinochet. It was carried out in collaboration with the Coordination of United Revolutionary Organizations (CORU), a Cuban exile group headed by Luis Posada Carriles and Orlando Bosch, who approved the attack and supplied the operatives who actually planted the bomb that Townley built.

The assassination of Letelier was the culmination of a wave of international gangsterism that followed a series of right-wing military coups across Latin America between 1964 and 1976, largely in response to the Cuban Revolution and the upsurge in the working class that followed throughout the region.
https://www.wsws.org/en/articles/2020/10/05/book-o05.html
With the full backing and encouragement of the US government, and with the CIA in particular playing the leading role, right-wing military regimes were established in Brazil (1964), Bolivia (1971), Ecuador (1972), Uruguay (1973), Chile (1973), Peru (1975), Argentina (1976). This period also saw the US invasion and occupation of the Dominican Republic in 1965.

By 1976, every country in the “southern cone”—Chile, Argentina, Bolivia, Paraguay, Uruguay and Brazil—was under military rule. These dictatorships embarked on a program of extermination of left-wing opponents who were in exile. This program, supported by the Ford administration in the US, Secretary of State Henry Kissinger and CIA Director George H. W. Bush, was known as “Operation Condor.” (Remember the '70s pic with Cheney-Rumsfeld-Ford in the WhiteHouse).



The first major assassination came on September 30, 1974, when General Carlos Prats, former Chilean Defense Minister under Allende, and his wife were murdered by a car bomb in Buenos Aires, Argentina. In October 1975, Bernardo Leighton, Allende’s vice president and a leading Christian Democrat, survived an assassination attempt in Rome. Eleven months later came the murder of Letelier on the streets of Washington D.C.

For the past three decades, despite mounting evidence to the contrary, Kissinger and Bush have maintained that the US government had no responsibility for the assassination of Letelier. The initial story—backed by selective leaks to friendly publications like the New York Times, the Washington Post, and Newsweek—was that Letelier had probably been killed by “leftist extremists,” or else by “rogue” Chilean operatives acting independently of the Pinochet regime.

In the 1990s, however, with the end of the Chilean junta, some evidence of its past crimes began to emerge. In 1993, Contreras and a second DINA leader, Colonel Pedro Espinosa Bravo, were convicted in a Chilean court of ordering the Letelier killing and sentenced to prison terms of seven and six years, respectively.

Documents and testimony emerged about the role of Contreras as a CIA asset during the critical period following the coup, 1974-77, the years when Operation Condor were set in motion and carried out its bloody work. (One estimate, based on documents uncovered by a Paraguayan judge, is that the mutual slaughter by the dictatorships of each others’ opponents—the juntas circulated death lists to their allies—was responsible for 50,000 deaths, 30,000 “disappearances” and the jailing of 400,000 people).

The documents released on April 10 by the National Security Archive relate to Kissinger’s personal role in the last stages of the preparation of the assassination of Letelier. On August 3, 1976, Kissinger was presented a briefing paper on Operation Condor by State Department aides who objected to the assassination program largely on political and diplomatic grounds. It could prove embarrassing to the United States if its client regimes were found engaged in an international rampage.

The Latin American section of the State Department drafted a demarche, a formal diplomatic note to be sent with Kissinger’s signature to six South American countries, with particular emphasis on Uruguay, Argentina and Chile. According to a memorandum written on August 30, 1976, which was made public decades ago, these regimes were to be told that “assassination of subversives, politicians and prominent figures both within the national borders of certain Southern Cone countries and abroad ... would create a most serious moral and political problem.”

It has also long been known that the rebuke was never actually delivered to any of the regimes involved. Several of the ambassadors objected to the tone and content of the note, concerned that it would alienate the dictators. The US ambassador to Uruguay flatly refused to deliver the message, saying he feared for his life—an indication of the atmosphere that surrounded all these bloodstained regimes.

The new documents reveal, however, that it was Kissinger himself who ordered the note rescinded and thus ended the last effort to hold back Operation Condor. On September 16, 1976, Kissinger sent a cable from Lusaka, Zambia, where he was traveling, to the assistant secretary of state for inter-American affairs, Harry Shlaudeman.

Referring to “memo dated August 30 ‘Operation Condor,’ Secretary declined to approve message to Montevideo and has instructed that no further action be taken on this matter.”

While the cable refers only to Montevideo, the capital of Uruguay, the implication was that all efforts to restrain Operation Condor were to be halted. Four days later, Shlaudeman, while visiting Costa Rica, sent a telegram to his own deputy, William Luers, back at the State Department, confirming, “You can simply instruct the ambassadors to take no further action, noting that there have been no reports in some weeks indicating an intention to activate the Condor scheme.”

A day after this telegram—whose last phrase reads suspiciously like official disinformation—the supposedly inactive “Condor scheme” materialized on the streets of the US capital with the murder of Orlando Letelier and Ronni Moffitt.

According to a statement by Peter Kornbluh of the National Security Archive, “The September 16th cable is the missing piece of the historical puzzle on Kissinger’s role in the action, and inaction, of the U.S. government after learning of Condor assassination plots … We know now what happened: The State Department initiated a timely effort to thwart a ‘Murder Inc.’ in the Southern Cone, and Kissinger, without explanation, aborted it.”

Minutes declassified 25 years later detail a private meeting between Kissinger and Pinochet in Chile on June 8, 1976, just over three months before the murder of Letelier. Pinochet complained to his US visitor about the efforts of human rights groups in the US to cut off American military aid to Chile, twice referring by name to Letelier.

Kissinger told Pinochet, “In the United States, as you know, we are sympathetic with what you are trying to do here. I think that the previous government was headed toward Communism. We wish your government well.”

He told Pinochet that he would be giving a speech on human rights to an upcoming meeting of the Organization of American States, saying that he would have to make some reference to conditions in Chile. “I can do no less without producing a reaction in the US which would lead to legislative restrictions,” he explained. “The speech is not aimed at Chile.”

These documents have the utmost relevance today, when the US government, first under George W. Bush and now under Barack Obama, claims for itself the right to conduct a global version of Operation Condor, assassinating anyone designated by the president of the United States as a supposed “enemy combatant,” including US citizens, regardless of international law.

As the history of Operation Condor makes clear, international gangsterism is nothing new for American imperialism. The technology has changed, as has the political climate within the US ruling elite, which now makes it possible for presidents to declare openly what Nixon, Ford and Kissinger could only carry out in the shadows.

https://www.wsws .org/en/articles/2010/04/lete-a20.html
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