Is Bush Al Qaeda?

We keep hearing that the greatest threat to America is Islamic terrorism; most specifically al Qaeda led Islamic terrorism. We were told, even though the evidence points elsewhere, that al Qaeda was responsible for the attacks of September 11th, 2001. We keep hearing how al Qaeda hates our way of life and wants hates our freedom. Yet during the past seven years it has been the Bush administration that has done the most harm to the American way of life and it is the Bush administration that has eliminated a great many of our freedoms. Interestingly enough during the past seven years the threats to and harm imposed on the American people by the Bush administration and by Congress far surpass any harm outside terrorists could have or could eventually do to us.

To start with no foreign terrorist could have stolen presidential elections in this nation. The military surely would have stepped in and stopped them. Today we have seven years worth of accumulated evidence that the 2000 and 2004 presidential elections were stolen by the Bush administration yet the military, and Congress for that matter, support the people who have hijacked our nation. During the years since the 2000 coup the criminals who stole the election have damaged virtually every aspect of our nation beyond imagination and in some instances beyond repair. This includes weakening our military while strengthening the private paramilitary companies owned by the friends of the Bush administration. Are they getting ready for something here?

The United States government has many oversight and regulatory institutions. What has happened with these institutions since the installation of the Bush cabal serves as proof positive that the intent of George W. Bush is to un-protect the American people from virtually every type of harm posed to them while taking credit for protecting them from one mythical type of harm; that posed by the boogie men known as Islamic terrorists. You see what has happened is that George W. Bush has replaced the leadership of virtually agency that is supposed to protect the American people from one thing or another, with representatives or lobbyists from the industries and entities from which these institutions are supposed to protect us! This is the proverbial fox guarding the hen house only it’s for real and it is outrageous…and nobody is doing anything about it!

Imagine if you will, the street gangs of Los Angeles being issued guns and police badges and given free reign to keep the peace as they see fit. Imagine if you will, a convicted serial pedophile being hired to run your child’s daycare center. Imagine if you will, Mafia loan sharks being put in charge of your mortgage or student loan. Well, you don’t have to imagine too much because just about anywhere you look today, from the judicial system to the FDA to the EPA to the FCC and any other letter group you can think of…we have foxes guarding hen houses.

From eliminating the middle class to seeing to it that health care is unattainable by most of us virtually every aspect of American life has been assaulted by the Bush administration.

The harm done to our way of life by the Bush administration can not be accurately measured but we are all starting to feel it. The Bush administration has attacked this nation throughly, viciously, methodically and completely. They seem to hate Americans and it appears that they are destroying America’s abiltiy stop their plans for global domination. They have been a super-virus that has infected our nation and weakened it to a point of virtual collapse. Now if there really was an al Qaeda wouldn’t you think they would be pretty happy about what is going on here? Maybe they actually are happy only maybe we are just not asking the correct question…is al Qaeda actually the Bush administration? Think about it.

One Response to “Is Bush Al Qaeda?”

  1. GodSend says:

    Get ALL the answers to The Puzzle (including the Bush Identity at: http://novalight.org ) There is more to SEE! than you can possibly imagine!

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