George W. Bush Jr., Henry Kissinger, Ariel Sharon versus Common People:
Our Heroes want the Tyranny of Wars along the Free Market
Common People want the Peace of Democracy along Freedom

Nipawin - Monday, January 7, 2002 - by: Mario deSantis


"They (who) seek to establish systems of government based on the regimentation of all human beings by a handful of individual rulers... call this a new order. It is not new and it is not order."-- Franklin D Roosevelt




It was just yesterday that I stated President Bush doesn't want to ratify the International Crime Court (ICC) Treaty so that he can protect US nationals accused of genocide such as for example former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger. Today, newly released classified documents reveal that in 1976 Henry Kissinger played a key role in assuring Argentina's military rulers that their antiterrorist campaign involving the disappearance, torture and assassination of at least 15,000 people would not be criticized by the United States on human-rights grounds.




Yesterday, Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, upon the capture of a ship carrying a shipment of weapons, accused Palestinian Leader Yasser Arafat of being "a major player in the network of international terrorism." We must understand that Ariel Sharon has been accused by the Global Policy Forum of committing war crimes and crimes against humanity. Today, we have the news that Israel and the United States dispute the ownership and destination of the above mentioned captured ship.




With the background of a brainwashing corporate media we understand that we are not able to find our truths of whatever is happening around us. But it becomes apparent that while leaders incite violence and set common people against other common people, we the common people at large don't want any violence, and certainly we don't want any war. Who want wars then?




Yes, this is the most important question we must understand: common people don't want wars, it is the leaders who want wars! Common people want to become participative citizens, leaders want to become heroes, common people can be citizens only in an environment of peace, leaders can be heroes only in an environment of bloody wars, common people strive for democracy, leaders strive for tyranny. This is, in a nutshell, why common people want the peace of democracy along freedom and heroes want the tyranny of war along the so-called Free Market.


  Ariel Sharon, Global Policy Forum
  Kissinger Had a Hand in 'Dirty War', Martin Edwin Andersen and John Dinges, January 7, 2002 Insight Magazine
  Palestinians ordered 'ship of terror,' Sharon Michele Gershberg Reuters, with files from The Associated Press, January 7, 2002, National Post
  ISRAEL, U.S. DISPUTE DESTINATION OF WEAPONS BOAT, Middle Eastern News, January 7, 2002