President George Bush versus US Rep Dennis Kucinich:
Can we see the truth away from the caves of Afghanistan or the bunkers of the US?

Nipawin - Sunday, March 10, 2002 - by: Mario deSantis


As I learn of more violence and more killings in the Middle East while thousands of American and Coalition forces hunt down Al Queda and Taliban runaways I ask myself what's going on in our civilized world.



& power

Our civilized world is the world of politics, the so-called real world, the world where the little 'white lies' surfacing from every angle of the world have concentrated to become the BIG LIE of the Free Market, where anything goes in the name of money and power.




Today, the BIG LIE is best represented by the Bush administration. President Bush says that we have to fight terrorism at any cost and while he is spending close to half of all world's military spending his people are experiencing more violence abroad and more inequalities at home. George Bush Jr. had no clue of what was good for the people while he was governor of Texas, and he doesn't know what is good for his own country and for the world either.



of fear

The concentrated corporate media has been telling us that George Bush changed overnight on 9-11 to become the white knight for the poor and defenseless and instead he has become the mirror of his axis of evil as his second shadow government holes up in some leftover American bunkers of the cold war. The Bush administration is spreading fear at home and abroad as we learn that this George with no clothes has prepared contingency plans for possible American nuclear attacks against North Korea, Iran, Iraq, Russia, China, Syria, Libya, Russia and China.


all people

George Bush has stated that the United States is united in its resolve to defeat terrorism, but this unity is achieved more with the spreading of lies and fear among people than by a genuine will for peace. US House Representative Dennis Kucinich has recently stated that
"there is a deeper truth expressed in the unity of the United States. That implicit in the union of our country is the union of all people. That all people are essentially one."


We must have a stronger resolve than Bush's push for spreading lies and fear, so that we can finally see the truth away from the caves of Afghanistan or the bunkers of the United States. Thank you US House Representative Dennis Kucinich.
  Israeli planes attack Gaza Strip BBC News, 10 March, 2002
  Bush's Bunker Presidency by James Carroll, Published on Tuesday, March 5, 2002 in the Boston Globe
  U.S. Works Up Plan for Using Nuclear Arms Administration, in a Secret Report, Calls for a Strategy Against at Least Seven Nations: China, Russia, Iraq, Iran, North Korea, Libya and Syria. By Paul Richter, Published on Saturday, March 9, 2002 in the Los Angeles Times
  Kucinich Rocks the Boat by John Nichols, Published in the March 25, 2002 issue of The Nation