Tuesday, August 12, 2014

If I went to W's museum....

....and could write with more abandon and more "F" bombs, I could have written this about the library of dumbass "W", totally, for sure.

Except I choose to save my hate for President Dick (and I do mean dick) Cheney.  That he even dared to open his mouth over the current mess in Iraq caused by his policies, as recounted by Robert Fisk at The London Independent,  just makes me puke because don't think you'll find any mention of oil at Jr's museum.

This ragtag Islamic army conquering Iraq rose form those failed policies plus funding by the Saudis, and when you write "the Saudis" we really mean the autocratic-murdering-ass-backwards royal damn family which fund the virulently strict Wahhabi sect of Muslims, kind of reminds of Pat Robertson and his hate speech the .morning after an ether and crack bender with male prostitutes.


In another column, Fisk writes about the damnable Saudis:
For the Saudis lie behind this vast new force of the Caliphate, whose Islamist rulers have brought some of their Iraqi military assets – courtesy of George W again – to Syria and are now giving the Syrian army a tougher fight. Before the Caliphate spread to Mosul, the Syrian army was winning, or at least not losing. Now their soldiers are being executed, just like the Iraqi Shia army units captured near Mosul. And, of course, we continue to buttress this savagery in Syria while we loudly condemn the very same groups which are now ruling Mosul and threatening “democratic” Iraq. Saudi Arabia continues to fund the Wahabis among the Sunni forces while we continue to protect the Saudis, to shield them from all criticism, just as we did when 15 of the 9/11 hijackers turned out to be Saudis, just as we did when they funded the Taliban

Nevertheless, Bush family consigliere, James Baker, finds Saudi petrol $ just dandy; Saudis--including some of dearly departed family members--comprise major investors in the Carlyle Group
On September 11, like most Americans, Baker watched television coverage of the attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon. Unlike most, he watched from the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Washington DC, where Baker and representatives of Osama bin Laden's family were among those attending the annual conference for the Carlyle Group. Baker is Senior Counselor for the Carlyle Group, and the bin Ladens are among its major investors. 
Baker's law firm, Baker Botts, was founded by Baker's grandfather, James A. Baker, and has offices in Houston, Washington DC, and Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Baker Botts is the legal council defending the Saudi Arabian government in a lawsuit filed by families of those killed and injured in the 9/11 attacks. Affidavits and of cancelled checks suggest that Saudi Arabian Defense Minister Prince Sultan bin Abdul Aziz and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia have funneled millions of dollars to assorted Islamic charities that U.S. officials and others suspect have covertly financed the operations of al Qaeda and other international terrorist groups.
These Wahhabi's have neither respect nor tolerance for the main Sunni branch of Islam, destroying even their shrines and mosques.  Also, let's not forget that Al Qaeda has proclaimed the Wahhabi inspired ISIS as too extreme for Al Qaeda.  Let's let that phrase role around in our brains and rest upon our lips, TOO extreme for al Qaeda.  

Kind of boggles the brain, don't it?  Nevertheless, Jr's museum will display his shitty paintings but no inkling he feels responsible for hundreds of thousands of deaths and countless wounds.

Makes me want to puke.

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