The current American president received a lot of votes from the Christian right, but when comparing his deeds to his confession of faith I cannot help but wonder how deep rooted and sincere his faith is. Surely Jesus’ words when He told us that a good tree cannot bring forth bad fruits and vice versa still ring true? What then are the fruits that President Bush has brought forth?
Following 9/11 he introduced the concept of a ‘War on Terrorism’, an abstract concept subject to many different interpretations and thereby carrying dangerous implications. It is also a concept that can be carried on forever.
The danger of concepts like the ‘War on Terrorism’ of the USA & co and ‘Humanitarian Wars’ under the umbrella of the UN is that the interpretation of these concepts lends itself very well for manipulation so that these ‘wars’ can actually become vehicles for establishing world control and ideological colonialism, subjugating whole countries to the iron rule of the prevailing dogma of the ruling elite.
This War on Terrorism has thus far brought forth the invasion of Afghanistan and Iraq. Especially the war in Iraq has turned into a sour never ending story, and a full blown civil war with the USA caught in the middle is not an unlikely scenario.
Bush’s concept of bringing democracy to the Middle East is very naïve (to put it mildly), because a democracy is of such a fragile nature that it can exist only in the hands of mature people eagerly willing to live by the principles of this concept. As is clearly visible in the Middle East, democracy and Islam do not go hand in hand, and when one brings to mind that the Middle East is dominated by various fanatical Muslim cults, an evangelizing effort like ‘bringing democracy to Iraq’ seems to be doomed to fail from the very beginning.
Yet looking at the Middle East, is complete withdrawal an option then? Would it be wise at this point in time to give free reign to the geographical area in the world which produces the richest harvest of terrorists seeking to destroy our societies, now having the ability to produce nuclear weapons of mass destruction? In my view -whether we like it or not-, we are drawn in to a pending war with Islam, hook, line and sinker. Any road leading to peace is sealed off and we better be prepared for a war that will have far reaching consequences. The only option that I see that we might stave off a war with Islam is to submit to Islam and implement the Islamic shariah in our societies. But such an cowardly course of action equals spitting on the graves of the brave men and women who gave their life in WWII in the battle against the Nazi tyranny.
Then there is Bush’s roadmap for Israel, which consists of establishing a two-state solution to the ‘Palestinian’ problem, the age-old ‘land-for-peace effort’ which has always failed to deliver the peace so much hoped for. Land was never the issue with the Islamic Palestinian aggressors; it’s all about the existence of Israel, an ideological war. The Koran likens the Jews to apes and pigs and calls for their destruction, yet it is this aspect of Islam which still is silenced to death by politically correct politicians. Islamic eschatology describes the end of days as the day where the Muslims will slay every Jew on earth with the sword before the era of Islamic peace under Allah can commence.
Didn’t Bush proclaim to the world that Islam is a religion of peace at one time, and yet spoke of Islamo-fascists another time? Didn’t he proclaim his belief that Allah is the same god as YHWH?
And how about the Skull&Bones chapter of his life, a club employing Satanic rituals, and Bush repeatedly giving the ‘horns’ sign to this very day?
Surely Bush’s professed Christian faith is visible in his care for his own country, and being such a proponent of democratic principles surely he will make sure these principles are honoured in his own country?
Yet we see George Bush setting up the legal framework to facilitate a dictatorship in the case of an emergency, we see him legalizing millions of aliens in his country, opening up the borders to a huge crowd of immigrants and labelling them as the new Americans, we hear of secret talks about a North American Union thereby selling out American autonomy in favour of a power block, a cog in the machinery for a possible world government.
Again, we see two faces of George Bush, and when we look at the fruit Bush is bringing forth there is a clear dichotomy between his words and his deeds.
Here Bush is following in the steps of the political leaders of European countries when they legalized millions of immigrants of the Islamic faith and baptized them as the new French, the new Germans, the new Dutch, etc. We have reaped the fruits and we are still reaping the fruits of this insanity: destabilized societies where national/geographic identity has deflated and where people, estranged from their own country and politicians, increasingly identify themselves with their cultural ethnic identity, a situation where the tensions between the cultural/ethnic groups are escalating to the point where they bring forth a cry for more government intervention in order to preserve peace and safety.
To me this reeks of social engineering to facilitate a hidden agenda.
I know the Left is eager to depict Bush as a devil worse than Ahmadinejad, and they do not hesitate to evangelize this view at every occasion. Although I can understand the urge to elevate Bush to sainthood in reaction to this spiteful Left wing insanity, the truth is that there is sufficient reason to say that Bush is not all that he purports to be. Whether this is due to deliberate wickedness, or simply lack of vision and character on the part of Bush whereby he becomes an extension of the vision and ideas of the advisors surrounding him, God only knows.
More and more the adage is repeated that ‘in order to preserve our safety and our peace, our Western way of life, we must be willing to sacrifice our freedom and autonomy and put them in the hands of our government’.
We are told that to fight the War on Terror effectively governments (and the UN) need to be able to control information (sacrificing personal privacy for the greater good) and control the flow of money together with the ability to intercede in money transactions (effectively this means control of means and information).
In other words, to preserve our way of living including our freedom we need to surrender our freedom and privacy to the totalitarian control of our governments. I ask you: what sort of twisted logic is that?
The more I look at what is happening right now, the more I see how the basic tools for establishing a totalitarian world government are put in position, waiting for the right moment, the right cataclysmic series of events, to be implemented. And the ordinary man in the street is (like always) the equivalent of the ham between two sandwiches, ready to be devoured into the belly of the power-hungry beast.