Bush’s Vision of Endless Global Warfare
Bush Calls for Global Cooperation
washingtontimes.com, Joseph Curl, Dec 2 ’04
Interpretation is in red.
“HALIFAX, Nova Scotia — President Bush yesterday challenged international leaders to create a new world order (!), declaring pre-September 11 multilateralism outmoded and asserting that freedom from terrorism will come only through pre-emptive action (state terrorism) against enemies of democracy (the enemies that democracies make with their interventions)…
“”The success of multilateralism is measured not merely by following a process, but by achieving results (more dead people),” Mr. Bush said. “The objective of the U.N. and other institutions must be collective security (escalating local conflicts into global ones), not endless debate (debating the latest lies used to justify an attack on some weaker nation).”
“While applauding Canada’s expansive military role in the world,… (Note Bush’s endorsement of Canada’s worldwide military presence and imperial spirit. Bush believes in as much “action” as possible globally rather than reserving the use of troops for the defense of your own country.)
“The president caused a bit of a stir when he mentioned the U.S. missile-defense program, which many Canadians oppose….
Sarcastic expansion on Bush’s world view:
And whatever you do, please never question the empty rhetoric about “freedom” and “democracy” or all the solid informative propaganda that the mainstream media presents to you.
Remember also that the true calling of democratic forms of government is to continue warfare, because war is freedom, and death is freedom too, and it’s the best cure for selfishness to follow your government into every war possible to make the world free.
People who are alive and don’t want to kill others are way too “selfish”. And what’s the point of freedom if you’re just going to be selfish and not make “sacrifices” out of yourself or other human beings.
And when we’re all free we won’t have to kill anymore, and torture won’t be necessary any longer, and detaining people without trial won’t be necessary, because we will only have good people left in charge – people like Bush. All the “evil” people will be dead, and the living will all be “free” and “good”. And the world will be perfect at that point.