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[Little George and Berlusconi]



``This is the chance for the United Nations to show some backbone and resolve as we confront the true challenges of the 21st century,'' Bush said.

Translation: "Might equals Right."


Italian Premier Silvio Berlusconi:

"I know I look like Mussolini but this guy talks like Hitler?"








Little George: "All the nations who comprise the U N and who do not support  murdering Saddam Hussein and invading Iraq are spineless.  If you ain't with us, you're against us and to hell with you."

It is incredible the amount of arrogance that little George possesses.  When he makes statements like the U N has no backbone, he is oblivious to the fact that he is talking about individual nations that make up the U N and not some contemptuous world body.

When he makes statements like this, what he is really saying is that Russia and China and France and England are all spineless and without backbones.  He is saying that "might makes right" and powerful nations who do not use their power to destroy smaller nations are spineless and lack resolve.

The fact that the President does not attend global warming conferences or world human rights conferences or earth summits shows his contempt for the rest of the world.  The problem is that little George is becoming more and more arrogant.  

In fact, in reality, no one has shown as much overt arrogance since Hitler.  Hitler, like little George, believed himself to be invincible.  Little George thinks that the United States rules the world and it can do as it pleases without any repercussions.

The time is coming when little George is going to be labeled the worst president in American history. His is going to be a pariah if he continues his fixation with Saddam Hussein.

I do not know if little George is trying to finish daddy George's business with Saddam or if he is trying to compensate for his inability to capture or murder bin-Laden or if he is in fact just a sociopath.

Little George is determined to murder Saddam even if he has to do it without the approval of Congress, the Senate, the U N or America's allies.  He does not have a clue about the fact that he is setting precedents for China to invade Taiwan and Russia to rebuild the Soviet Union.  If America can act unilaterally, then why not China and Russia?

And what is really interesting is that little George thinks he can issue a death warrant for Saddam and Saddam and his allies will not issue a death warrant for little George.  And if little George believes himself to be bullet proof then he is really living a fantasy.

The world needs an emphasis on peace not war.  The United States does not need to follow in the path of Nazi Germany and Japan fifty years ago and invade and attack countries without provocation.

At the present time, little George is the number one impediment to WorldPeace.  Think about it.  He refuses to participate in any global gatherings on the environment, human rights or economic developement and he calls the United Nations indecisive and spineless while at the same time issuing death warrants for bin-Laden and Saddam like he is the king of the world.

John WorldPeace
September 15, 2002

Bush urges U. N. for "Backbone" on Iraq

.c The Associated Press 

CAMP DAVID, Md. (Sept. 14) - President Bush made plain Saturday that the United States is willing take Iraq on alone if the United Nations fails to ``show some backbone'' by confronting Saddam Hussein. ``Enough is enough,'' Bush said.

``The U.N. will either be able to function as a peacekeeping body as we head into the 21st century, or it will be irrelevant. And that's what we're about to find out,'' Bush said Saturday. He added: ``Make no mistake about it. If we have to deal with the problem, we'll deal with it.''

Vice President Dick Cheney echoed Bush. ``We'd prefer to do this on an international basis with the approval and cooperation and support of other nations,'' he said in a CNN interview. ``This is deemed to be such an important issue and such an important problem that we will address (it) by ourselves if we have to.''

Bush spoke alongside Italian Premier Silvio Berlusconi, the second foreign leader in two weeks to visit Bush at Camp David for strategy sessions on Iraq.

Berlusconi, who has laid out a case in support of ousting the Iraqi president, has insisted that any action be taken with the U.N's approval.

He joined Bush in warning that the U.N.'s credibility was on the line. ``The United Nations cannot continue to see its image undermined and its resolutions flouted,'' Berlusconi said through a translator. Italy will play a key role through its ties to European Union countries and through its ``special friendship'' with Russia, he said.

Repeating the case he outlined at the United Nations on Thursday, Bush said Saddam had ``stiffed the world 16 times'' by defying U.N. resolutions on Iraq's weapons programs.

Asked why Iraq deserved another chance to comply, Bush said the standoff was as much a test of the United Nations as of Saddam.

``This is the chance for the United Nations to show some backbone and resolve as we confront the true challenges of the 21st century,'' Bush said.

The administration is seeking a new U.N. resolution giving Iraq a firm deadline, just weeks way, to disarm or face dire, but thus far unspecified, consequences. Discussions at the United Nations continue into this week on a range of issues, chiefly what action to take if Saddam continues to reject such an arrangement.

James Baker, a secretary of state under Bush's father, said the resolution must endorse ``all necessary means'' to back up the deadline. Weapons inspectors ``should be backed up with a United Nations security force on Iraqi soil, preferably under U.S. command, with the means (and under clear orders) to thwart all attempts by Iraq to block or delay the inspectors,'' Baker wrote in Sunday's Washington Post.

Baker said the United States should go it alone, if necessary. ``Acting alone or with a few key allies will make the undertaking more costly - politically, economically and in terms of other U.S. foreign policy interests,'' he said. ``But sadly, doing nothing is potentially the most costly strategy of all.''

Russian President Vladimir Putin has cited Bush's reasoning in arguing that Russia has the right to take action against Chechen rebels he calls terrorists in the former Soviet republic of Georgia.

Bush sidestepped a question about whether he thought that action would be justified. But he said he had ``made it very clear to the Georgian government that we expected them to rout out the al-Qaida-type terrorists'' in the region, and said the United States is training Georgian troops for that purpose.

Moreover, he said he had told Putin to ``give the Georgians a chance to achieve a common objective,'' one also important to Russia and the United States - capturing al-Qaida members and bringing them to justice.

After talking to reporters, Bush and Berlusconi met for two hours.

Bush also devoted his weekly radio address to Iraq, seeking to sway public opinion as he lobbies Congress and foreign leaders.

``The issue is straightforward,'' Bush said in the radio address, broadcast before Berlusconi's arrival at Camp David.

``We must choose between a world of fear, or a world of progress. We must stand up for our security and for the demands of human dignity. By heritage and choice, the United States will make that stand. The world community must do so as well.''

09/14/02 20:17 EDT

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