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President George W. Bush speaks at the United Nations General Assembly in front of U.N. Secretary General Kofi Annan (L) and General Assembly President Jan Kavan, of the Czech Republic, September 12, 2002. Bush told the U.N. General Assembly that unspecified action against Iraq would be inevitable unless the United Nations forced Baghdad to eliminate weapons of mass destruction. Photo by Win Mcnamee/Reuters


Kofi to Jan: "Do you think he is going to shoot anyone here today?"







A response to President Bush's speech to the United Nations

It is no wonder that the world is such a violent place.  America is the world's largest arms exporter and little George takes his opportunity to address the United Nations to try to gain support to kill Saddam.

With all the problems that exist in the world, with all the problems that create suffering all over the world, with global warming and human rights and all the global subjects discussed at the Earth Summit last month (which George avoided like the plague) George gives a long speech about more killing and destabilizing the Middle East even more.

God help us all!

John WorldPeace
September 12, 2002

Text of Bush Speech on Iraq

WorldPeace's response in bold underlined print.

.c The Associated Press

(Sept. 12) -- A text of President Bush's speech to the United Nations on Thursday, as released by the White House:

Mr. Secretary-General, Mr. President, distinguished ladies and gentlemen: We meet one year and one day after a terrorist attack brought grief to my country, and to the citizens of many countries. Yesterday, we remembered the innocent lives taken that terrible morning. Today, we turn to the urgent duty of protecting other lives, without illusion and without fear.

We protect American lives by killing Afghanis and Iraqis.

We have accomplished much in the last year - in Afghanistan and beyond.

We have killed thousands of innocent human beings.

 We have much yet to do - in Afghanistan and beyond. 

We are going to clean up the world.  End all evil.  Kill all terrorist.  I am the Messiah.

Many nations represent here have joined in the fight against global terror - and the people of the United States are grateful.

Of course the families of the innocent Afghanis we murdered are not happy.

The United Nations was born in the hope that survived a world war - the hope of a world moving toward justice,

American justice that is.  Exploitation on a grand scale.  Justice for Americans.  That is what I am talking about.

 escaping old patterns of conflict and fear. 

Even as I follow the pattern of endless war which characterized the 19th and 20th century.  Remember, America is the number one exporter of weapons of war.

The founding members resolved that the peace of the world must never again be destroyed by the will and wickedness of any man.

Like myself.  A terrorist killer.  A man who could give a damn about Global Warming, a sustainable environment, and stupid Earth Summits like the one last month in South Africa.

 We created a United Nations Security Council, so that - unlike the League of Nations - our deliberations would be more than talk, and our resolutions would be more than wishes. After generations of deceitful dictators,

Like a whole lot of you listening to me right now.  Some of whom are friends of America.  Especially those possessing oil.

 broken treaties and squandered lives,

Like the ones discussed at the Earth Summit where I refused to go.

 we dedicate ourselves to standards of human dignity shared by all,

All Americans that is.

 and to a system of security defended by all.

All those who are pro American that is.

Today, these standards, and this security, are challenged.

We challenge them at every turn.  When we get a chance to kill some terrorist and destabilize a country, we are there.

Our commitment to human dignity is challenged by persistent poverty and raging disease.

My commitment is no commitment to poverty and raging disease.  That is why I refused to go to the Earth Summit.

 The suffering is great, and our responsibilities are clear.

Yes. but I am not wanting to take on those responsibilities. It costs too much money.

 The United States is joining with the world to supply aid where it reaches people and lift up lives.

 But there is just so much I can do.  I only have money to spend on weapons of war and not food for the poor and starving.  I know a lot of people could be fed with the money we use to kill terrorist but it is better to kill terrorist even when people are starving.

 ... to extend trade and the prosperity it brings

to those who have oil and gold and such to buy our goods at a fair price.

 ... and to bring medical care where it is desperately needed.

in America where we are proud that over half the people have health insurance.

As a symbol of our commitment to human dignity, the United State will return to UNESCO. This organization has been reformed

based on American parameters.  Our way or no way.

 and America will participate fully in its mission to advance human rights, tolerance, and learning.

But don't think this means that I am going to any Earth Summits or Global Warming  or Human Rights conferences.

Our common security is challenged by regional conflicts 

Our oil is challenged by the Middle East conflict.

- ethnic and religious strife that is ancient but not inevitable. 

At least that is what they tell me.

In the Middle East, there can be no peace for either side without freedom for both sides. 

Actually I believe justice was the proper word. 

America stands committed to an independent and democratic Palestine,

As long as Arafat is not part of it.  Get rid of Arafat and put in someone we like and then we will have a democracy that we will tolerate.

 living beside Israel in peace and security.

With Israelis patrolling with tanks and helicopters to preserve democracy for the Palestinians.

Like all other people, Palestinians deserve a government that serves their interests and listens to their voices.

And I know what they need better than they do.  Hey I am an American.  I know what is best for the rest of the world.

 My nation will continue to encourage all parties to step up to their responsibilities as we seek a just and comprehensive settlement to the conflict.

Which leaves Israel in control of the Holy Land.

Above all, our principles and our security are challenged today by outlaw groups and regimes that accept no law of morality 

American Morality.  Christian Morality.  A morality that committed genocide against Native Americans and slavery against Afro-Americans and that was just the beginning.

and have no limit to their violent ambitions. 

I will flush out and kill terrorist where ever they are.  Have you checked under your bed?

In the attacks on America a year ago, we saw the destructive intentions of our enemies.

And we killed a lot of Afghani enemies.  We didn't get bin-Laden but we did get some payback.  Hey is that bin-Laden back there?

 This threat hides within many nations, including my own.

There is a terrorist under every rock.  In every university.  In every church.  In every Democrat.  In the poor and the uneducated.

 In cells and camps, terrorists are plotting further destruction and building new bases for their war against civilization.

I can even see some terrorist right now.

 And our greatest fear is that terrorists will find a shortcut to their mad ambitions when an outlaw regime supplies them with the technologies to kill on a massive scale.

Yeah buddy.  Actually it is individuals who supply them but depending on the color of their skin, we can ferret them out.  We know their religion.  We know their race.

In one place - in one regime - we find all these dangers, in their most lethal and aggressive forms ... exactly the kind of aggressive threat the United Nations was born to confront.

Actually the United Nations was founded on a hope for peace and WorldPeace.  

Twelve years ago, Iraq invaded Kuwait without provocation.

Actually it was greed.  The Iraqis wanted America oil in Kuwait.

 And the regime's forces were poised to continue their march to seize other countries and their resources.

And we killed hundreds of thousands of them with almost no losses.  We shut them down in no time at all.  We buried them alive. We killed them like so many piss ants.

 Had Saddam Hussein been appeased instead of stopped, he would have endangered the peace and stability of the world. 

Yeah. We took a few weeks and set him back a couple of decades.  But we need to worry about him.  Yes sir.  We need to fear him.  I hear that he is buying boats to sail to New York and invade.  And some of those boats can carry nuclear bombs.

Yet this aggression was stopped - by the might of coalition forces, and the will of the United Nations.

Yes it was stopped in a heart beat.  We beat old Saddam like a drum.

To suspend hostilities and to spare himself, Iraq's dictator accepted a series of commitments. 

Actually my daddy did not want to kill Saddam because we would then have to worry about Iran.  So we needed to leave Saddam in power.  Those Iranians are pesky fellows also.  But that problem will have to wait.

The terms were clear: to him, and to all. And he agreed to prove he is complying with every one of those obligations.

And we knew that he had gotten religion.  We knew a convert when we saw one.  We knew this devil had changed his ways.

He has proven instead only his contempt for the United Nations, and for all his pledges. 

Can you believe it.  He lied to my daddy.

By breaking every pledge - by his deceptions, and by his cruelties - Saddam Hussein has made the case again himself.

You know he has not changed a bit.

In 1991, Security Council Resolution 688 demanded that the Iraqi regime cease at once the repression of its own people, including the systematic repression of minorities - which, the Council said, ''threaten(ed) international peace and security in the region.''

And all those poor Iraqis who believed that we would actually help them remove Saddam. Yeah we let them die like rats.  Oh well.  Times are tough all over.

This demand goes ignored. Last year, the U.N. Commission on Human rights found that Iraq continues to commit ''extremely grave violations'' of human rights and that the regime's repression is ''all pervasive.'' 

Hell, look at me.  Me and my buddy Ariel Sharon refused to attend the global human rights conference last year.  Fret not.  It was a waste of time.  Now this Saddam, he doesn't care about human rights either.  He is acting just like me.

Tens of thousands of political opponents and ordinary citizens have been subjected to arbitrary arrest and imprisonment, summary execution, and torture by beating, burning, electric shock, starvation, mutilation, and rape.

Yes sir.  Hey, never mind central Africa, China, North Korea and Cuba.  We are talking about Saddam, my daddy's enemy.

Wives are tortured in front of their husbands; children in the presence of their parents - all of these horrors concealed from the world by the apparatus of a totalitarian state.

You know I am  beginning to speak the same propaganda that Hitler spoke before he started World War II.  

In 1991, the U.N. Security Council, through Resolutions 686 and 687, demanded that Iraq return all prisoners from Kuwait and other lands. Iraq's regime agreed. It broke its promise.

Yeah, and now 11 years later it is time for me to do something about it.

 Last year the Secretary-General's high-level coordinator of this issue reported that Kuwaiti, Saudi, Indian, Syrian, Lebanese, Iranian, Egyptian, Bahraini, and Omani nationals remain unaccounted for - more than 600 people. One American pilot is among them.

And for the sake of that one American, we are ready to kill, kill, kill.

In 1991, the U.N. Security Council, through Resolution 687, demanded the Iraq renounce all involvement with terrorism, and permit no terrorist organizations to operate in Iraq.

And they say they have complied.

 Iraq's regime agreed. It broke its promise.

So what if we break our promises all the time.  We are Americans.  We are different.

 In violation of Security Council Resolution 1373, Iraq continues to shelter and support terrorist organization that direct violence against Iran, Israel, and Western governments.

Never you mind about Libya, North Korea, and Pakistan.

 Iraqi dissidents abroad are targeted for murder.

And we think they are targeted by Iraqis.

 In 1993, Iraq attempted to assassinate the Emir of Kuwait and a former American President. 

And it has taken me 9 years to really get mad about it.

Iraq's government openly praised the attacks of September 11th. And al-Qaida terrorists escaped from Afghanistan are known to be in Iraq.

But no where else in the world.

In 1991, the Iraqi regime agreed to destroy and stop developing all weapons of mass destruction and long-range missiles, and to prove to the world it has done so by complying with rigorous inspections. Iraq has broken every aspect of this fundamental pledge.

So what if they could not prove a negative.  So what if they could not prove that they were not making weapons of mass destruction.  We know they are doing it.  We just know.  We will get that proof when we invade Iraq and show them by example what real weapons of mass destruction can do.

From 1991 to 1995, the Iraqi regime said it had no biological weapons. 

But we think they have almost a tenth of what we have in America.  

After a senior official in its weapons program defected and exposed this lie,

Boy you talk about having to pay a high price to get this guy to defect.

 the regime admitted to producing tens of thousands of liters of anthrax and other deadly biological agents for use with Scud warheads, aerial bombs, and aircraft spray tanks. 

You know Russia has a lot of this stuff.  No I am not going to invade Russia.

U.N. inspectors believe Iraq has produced two to four times the amount of biological agents it declared, and has failed to account for more than three metric tons of material that could be used to produce biological weapons.

No I am not advocating sending inspectors into Russia and China.  Hell no.  I am talking about Iraq.  A little country. 

 Right now, Iraq is expanding and improving facilities that were used for the production of biological weapons.

They are acting just like America and Russia and China.

United Nations inspections also reveal that Iraq likely maintains stockpiles of VX, mustard, and other chemical agents, 

Just like us.  Imagine that.

and that the regime is rebuilding and expanding facilities capable of producing chemical weapons.

We have to kill these people.

And in 1995 - after four years of deception - Iraq finally admitted it had a crash nuclear weapons program prior to the Gulf War. 

And we knew nothing about this.  Our CIA and FBI are stupid.  We did not even know it.

We know now, were it not for that war, the regime in Iraq would likely have possessed a nuclear weapon no later than 1993.

And then Saddam would have attached a couple thousand highly trained pigeons to fly that bomb over to New York.  They also have a super genetics program which can produce some really big pigeons.

Today, Iraq continues to withhold important information about its unclear program - weapons design, procurement logs, experiment data, an accounting of nuclear materials, and documentation of foreign assistance.

I know they are buying this stuff from Russia and China.  No I am not going to invade Russia or China.

 Iraq employs capable nuclear scientists and technicians.

These people have the ability to read our technical journals on the subject.

 It retains physical infrastructure needed to build a nuclear weapon. Iraq has made several attempts to buy high-strength aluminum tubes used to enrich uranium for a nuclear weapon. Should Iraq acquire fissile material, it would be able to build a nuclear weapon within a year. 

And once they get that bomb they will put it on a truck and drive over to Israel and set it off.

And Iraq's state-controlled media has reported numerous meetings between Saddam Hussein and his nuclear scientists, leaving little doubt about his continued appetite for these weapons.

You bet. Look at me.  I never meet with my nuclear people. I let the generals do that.

Iraq also possesses a force of Scud-type missiles with ranges beyond the 150 kilometers permitted by the U.N.

It is just a matter of time before they can toss a nuke 10,000 miles.  All the way to New York.

 Work at testing and production facilities shows that Iraq is building more long-range missiles that could inflict mass death throughout the region.

But not America.  All he can do is radiate our oil in the region.

In 1990, after Iraq's invasion of Kuwait, the world imposed economic sanctions on Iraq.

Yeah, by God we caused the deaths of a lot of children denying them medical supplies.

 Those sanctions were maintained after the war to compel the regime's compliance with Security Council resolutions. In time, Iraq was allowed to use oil revenues to buy food. 

Can you imagine wasting oil money on food?

Saddam Hussein has subverted this program, working around the sanctions to buy missile technology and military materials. 

and food and medicine.

He blames the suffering of Iraq's people on the United Nations, even as he uses his oil wealth to build lavish palaces for himself, and arms his country.

Just like me.

 By refusing to comply with his own agreements, he bears full guilt for the hunger and misery of innocent Iraqi citizens.

Now the hunger and lack of medical care in the United States is something else.  Only people who are lazy and stupid go without in America.

In 1991, Iraq promised U.N. inspectors immediate and unrestricted access to verify Iraq's commitment to rid itself of weapons of mass destruction and long-range missiles. Iraq broke this promise, spending seven years deceiving, evading and harassing U.N. inspectors before ceasing cooperation entirely.

And we did nothing then.

 Just months after the 1991 cease-fire, the Security Council twice renewed its demand that the Iraqi regime cooperate fully with inspectors, ''condemning'' Iraq's ''serious violations'' of its obligations. The Security Council again renewed that demand in 1994 and twice more in 1996, ''deploring'' Iraq's ''clear violations'' of its obligations. The Security Council renewed its demand three more times in 1997, citing ''flagrant violations'' and three more times in 1998, calling Iraq's behavior ''totally unacceptable.'' And in 1999, the demand was renewed yet again.

Actually no one really cared what Saddam was doing.  Most figured that he had learned not to invade another country.

As we meet today, it has been almost four years since the last U.N. inspectors set foot in Iraq - four years for the Iraqi regime to plan and build and test behind a cloak of secrecy.

But not as secret as what we do in America.  You can bet on that.

We know that Saddam Hussein pursued weapons of mass murder even when inspectors were in the country. Are we to assume that he stopped when they left? 

No way.

The history, the logic and the facts lead to one conclusion. Saddam Hussein's regime is a grave and gathering danger.

To American oil interests in the region.

 To suggest otherwise is to hope against the evidence.

But I do not have any evidence to show you right now.  We are going to have to invade Iraq to get that.  Trust me, its there.

To assume this regime's good faith is to bet the lives of millions and the peace of the world in a reckless gamble. And this is a risk we must not take.

Never mind about the millions of lives being lost in Africa.  Hey they have no oil.

Delegates to the General Assembly: We have been more than patient. We have tried sanctions. We have tried the carrot of ''oil for food'' and the stick of coalition military strikes. But Saddam Hussein has defied all these efforts and continues to develop weapons of mass destruction. 

I just know it.  My daddy told me.

The first time we may be completely certain he has nuclear weapons is when, God forbid, he uses one.

Now I can't tell you where he is going to use that one bomb but he is going to use it.

 We owe it to all our citizens to do everything in our power to prevent that day from coming.

Our American citizens that is.  There are no world citizens.  You do understand that I am talking about Americans don't you?

God bless America and good luck to the rest of you people?  Remember, I am making a list and checking it twice.  I am going to find out who is naughty and nice.  little George has come to town.

How can we manifest peace on earth if we do not include everyone (all races, all nations, all religions, both sexes) in our vision of Peace?

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