In the movie, Spider-Man, Peter Parker tries to avoid the fight with the bully, but the bully keeps at it until Peter finally punches him and sends him sprawling.  If Peter Parker had acted like the Bush administration, then he would have taunted and threatened the bully until finally he would have punched him out, even if the bully had said he wouldn’t hit Peter and had made no move to do so.

Peter could have easily justified this action by saying that he was preemptively removing the bully as a future threat to himself or others.  Such is the logic of the Bush administration, but even Turkey has now voted against the Bush plans.  Never mind says the administration – we really don’t need them as a launching area.

With our preoccupation with Iraq, North Korea has been rapidly moving along their path of nuclear proliferation and thumb-nosing at the U.S.  The most recent defiance of “threatening” our spy plane in International waters is to be expected.  North Korea is a greater threat to us than Iraq, but we assure them that we will not attack them.

Now we find that Iran (the third part of the “Axis of Evil”) is now being quietly pursued by the Bush administration to set up diplomatic contacts.  Never mind that Iran is a major exporter of terrorism according to our own State Department, is much closer to having nuclear weapons than Iraq, and is hosting key al-Qaeda leaders including Osama bin Laden’s son, Sad.  Supposedly, we are in a “War on Terrorism”, and yet we are trying to cozy up to someone hosting al-Qaeda and who we acknowledge has and is trying to attain more WMD’s while exporting terrorism.

If (correction – when) we attack Iraq, Saddam Hussein has said he will unleash attacks against the United States.  Some have held this to be only rhetoric.  Now the FBI in February testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee has said, “Baghdad has the capability and, we presume, the will to use biological, chemical, or radiological weapons against U.S. domestic targets in the event of a U.S. invasion.”  Fox News has a February 24, 2003, article titled “Iraqi Drones May Target U.S. Cities”.

This Prison Planet column discussed this very scenario in a series of columns in December 2002 about Red Mercury.  From Red Mercury WMD’s, “The real attack, says the Iraqi official (K. Hussaine of Iraq speaking to V. Putin of Russia), will involve the use of 'new s-megaton mini satellite [guided] rocket[s].'  This is a weapon that would be smuggled into the United States, and better resembles a small robot aircraft than a missile.  The striking power of this satellite guided toy rocket is listed as two megatons."

Secretary of State Colin Powell in his presentation to the U.N. Security Council in February showed a picture of a small drone plane.  “Iraq could use these small UAVs, which have a wingspan of only a few meters, to deliver biological agents to…other countries, including the United States,” he said. 
We should heed Uncle Ben’s advice.












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Kirt Poovey, former gubernatorial candidate, firefighter, and business owner, is the author of Prophecy - 2024 - which can be purchased at
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Advice From SpiderMan For George W. Bush

By Kirt R. Poovey

resident George Bush and his administration need to take a lesson from the movie, Spider-Man.  Uncle Ben is talking to Peter Parker (Spider-Man) and he gives him some fatherly advice, “Just because you can beat him up, doesn’t give you the right to.  Remember – with great power comes great responsibility.”  It is evident that the Bush administration plans to attack Iraq this month.  It cannot afford to wait any longer because of the weather in the deserts of Iraq.