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Another Staged Charade From The War Criminals
Bush/Blair press conference feigns Iraqi support for Globalist occupation forces

Paul Joseph Watson/Prison | May 26 2006

Last night's Bush/Blair press conference was the latest in a long line of carefully choreographed, staged and scripted, PR charades designed to fool the watching audience into thinking that there was anyone outside of the Globalist coalition of the killing and their dwindling army of sycophantic cheerleaders that actually supported the never ending occupation of Iraq.

White House press conferences are as staged as an Arnold Schwarzenegger photo op, with scripted questions that are known beforehand and scripted answers.

None more so than Bush's 'humble' admission that his "bring 'em on" challenge wasn't exactly going to win hearts and minds in the middle east, for which the lapdog media are slavishly back-slapping Bush this morning.

The last time Bush was asked if he had made any mistakes at a White House press conference was April 13th 2004. On this occasion Bush's reaction was a national embarrassment to rival trying to open a locked door in China, and an insight into the true nature of these phony media spectacles.

Anyone who watched the TV footage witnessed the embarrassing sight of Bush pausing for at least five seconds and saying absolutely nothing. Bush's admonition that the question should have been written 'ahead of time' (like the rest) proves that this was an impromptu question in an otherwise carefully scripted briefing.

Bush's bizarre response caused waves of speculation that his answers were being fed through to him via an ear piece and this became a major talking point during the Bush-Kerry election debates.

"John, I'm sure historians will look back and say, gosh, he could've done it better this way or that way. You know, I just -- I'm sure something will pop into my head here in the midst of this press conference, with all the pressure of trying to come up with answer, but it hadn't yet," said Bush as he puffed out his cheeks, fumbled for words, and faltered like a deer in the headlights.

During a prime time press conference on March 6th 2003, a flustered Bush admitted that the event was "scripted" after a reporter interrupted him looking down at his notes to see which journalist to next call upon. The word 'scripted' was later excised from numerous mainstream media transcripts of the event.

Bush's infamous staged conversation with US troops ordered to paint a rosy picture of conditions in Iraq was exposed when video tape of Allison Barber, deputy assistant defense secretary, coaching the troops on what their choreographed answers would be was aired.

Last night's charade was kept carefully within controlled parameters as Bush and Blair discarded every question with the same canned response.

Blair's insistence on ducking questions about the illegality of invading Iraq by dismissing it as past tense and harping on about how we must forget about that and concentrate on rebuilding the country needs to be put in its proper context.

This would be like breaking into your neighbors house, killing his wife and children, smashing up the place and then telling the police that the reasons and consequences of doing all this are not important because the house is a mess and in need of renovation.

Hailing the installation of another puppet government as a turning point, Bush and Blair carefully avoided questions about when troops will be withdrawn. Press speculation that a large scale withdrawal is imminent has been heard before and always turns out to be baseless. The only point at which troops will be withdrawn is when they are needed to bludgeon another broken backed third world country in the name of democracy.

Blair's indignant preaching about Al-Qaeda in Iraq spoiling his Straussian vision of global democracy (international world government by force) was propped up by Bush's reference to the mythical Al-Zarqawi presence and the determination of the terrorists to succeed.

The fact is that the 'insurgents' are comprised almost entirely of Iraqis and half of Iraqis actually support their goals. On the other hand polls have shown that Bush and Blair's imperial occupation forces garner no more than 18% approval.

Iraqis say the country is worse than it was under Saddam and former Prime Minister Ayad Allawi said human rights abuses had eclipsed those of the deposed Hussein.

If Chinese troops occupied Los Angeles, bombed villages, told citizens they couldn't re-enter their homes without chipped ID cards, engaged in untold massacres, set up torture camps, took control of all free media and imprisoned anyone who protested their presence, would Americans who fought back be characterized as insurgents and terrorists?


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