Lately, the Prez
has been playing coy about his intentions toward Iraq. Without
fail, George W. has expressed his concerns over Iraq and
Saddam Hussein, but has denied that a decision's been made
about whether the United States was going into Iraq or not.
Is war with Iraq
immanent, or is the decision still up in the air? No one,
besides the President, knows that answer better than the
Beefboy. So sit back, relax, enjoy and let the Beefboy do
what the Beefboy does best... and that's break it right
on down for you.
ago the Russians informed the world media that their satellites
were showing a build up of camps and American forces in
the Gulf region, near Iraq. When asked, point blank, about
those accusations, the Pentagon responded that the allegations
were true. Folks, if the backwater boneheads in Russia can
see it coming, it's not exactly a covert operation.
In the past few
weeks, a chorus line of certain congressional and administration
Yes-Men have been making appearances on the Sunday talk
programs and extolling the virtues of kicking Saddam in
the crotch. Vice President Dick Cheney used a Korean War
Veteran meeting to assert that Saddam would acquire nuclear
weapons "fairly soon" and that we should look
to launch a pre-emptive strike, to eliminate the threat.
Recent meetings in Crawford Texas were conspicuously absent
of the administration's chief peace-monger Colin Powell
and chock-full of war-birds lead by Secretary of Defense
Donald Rumsfeld. Finally, George Bush made a visit to Oklahoma
City last week to raise money for congressional nutsack
James Inhofe and gubernatorial (or GOOBER-natorial) candidate
Steve Largent. He spent an inordinate amount of time talking
about government sponsored terrorism and alluding to Iraq
without actually saying "I-R-A-Q".
The writing is
on the wall Beefanatics! It's war! No one floats all this
media attention to one subject without a plan. The decision
has been made and we're already setting up shop in the region.
It takes anywhere from one to six months to prepare for
a major offensive. In the interim, Bush is lobbying to congress
and the media for support. There's a phrase that keeps coming
up in the press, and that phrase is "casus belli",
a Latin term meaning an event that provokes, leads to or
is used to justify a war. Basically, we're looking for a
casus belli to serve as an excuse to be the aggressor. Expect
to see the U.S. push for inspectors in Iraq, and when rebuffed,
for us to look for world support through the United Nations.
The Beefboy could
write a whole other article on why Bush has a hard-on for
war with Saddam Hussein. There are some obvious reasons,
like cleaning up his Daddy's mess, diverting attention away
from the fact that it's a year later and we still haven't
found Osama Bin Laden, or funding the Republican cronies
in the military industrial complex. However, just like everything
else the Beefboy tells you, the truth is below the surface.
It's not "weapons
of mass destruction" that makes Iraq such a threat.
It's the willingness of Iraq to support terrorist fruitcakes
like Osama and Tim McVeigh. That's right. Tim McVeigh. You
see, you won't hear that there's a connection between Iraq,
and September 11, AND the Oklahoma City bombing, but that's
what the Beefboy is here for. Tim McVeigh was seen in the
company of Middle-Eastern men in the months and hours prior
to the bombing. Dead-boy Tim's co-conspirator, Terry Nichols,
was seen in the Philippines meeting with Ramzi Yousef, the
Iraqi convicted for masterminding the 1993 World Trade Center
bombing and who was funded by Bin Laden. All the terrorist
plots over the past ten years have the usual suspects, Saddam
Hussein and Osama Bin Laden. The government can't fess up
to the connection because it blows their whole notion that
little Timmy acted alone when he blew up the Murrah building,
but they know better... and now so do you.
and their band of thugs (which could also include factions
in Iran, Syria, Saudi Arabia, the Philippines and fundamentalist
Muslims worldwide) are arranging a circle-jerk at our expense.
When Bush goes to the public to make his case for invading
Iraq (and that's coming soon), think back to what the Beefboy
told you and disregard all the talk about "weapons
of mass destruction", "pre-emptive strikes"
and an "unbalanced region". All of that is a smokescreen
for the real reason, which he's too chicken to tell you.
We're going for revenge.
I've been pleased
with how well this article has held up over time. When everyone
else was wondering if the United States was considering
war, the Beefboy not only predicted war, but told you why
we were going. If Bush had told you what I told you, he
wouldn't have to answer all the WMD questions now.
If you want to
read more about the connection between 9-11, the Oklahoma
City Bombing, Saddam, Osama and all the rest of those nutsacks,
Jayna Davis' The Third Terrorist is a good place
to start. When I originally wrote this article I directed
you to her website.
Now I can direct you to her book. It won't answer all your
questions, but it will make you informed and probably make
you very angry-not at just the terrorists, but at our government
for covering their own ass and not leveling with us.
A lot has happened
since this article was written. I continue to revel in the
fact that I called the whole damn war before it started.
I also pointed you to the work of Jayna Davis and I got
an interesting email from her husband recently. The email
help but shoot you an e-mail as I came across your site.
Thanks for your interest in Jayna’s story. I just
wish we had some political leaders with some guts. I was
present during 90% of the interviews with the witnesses
and can vouch for their veracity. This whole thing is
an absolute sham. Best Regards.