Bush drops Zionist Iraqi leader, Chalabi; US media retaliates
by Salvador Astucia, May 26, 2004
The more sophisticated observers of American politics have noticed a dramatic shift in the American news media’s treatment of President George W. Bush. Many have postulated theories as to why the media suddenly chose to release incriminating photographs of American soldiers mistreating prisoners at Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq. The end result of these photos is President Bush’s approval ratings have plummeted. Emerging events are beginning to answer the intriguing question: Why has the media turned on Bush?
President Bush has apparently abandoned plans to install a Zionist to head the transitional Iraqi government when the US transfers sovereignty to the Iraqis on June 30. Zionist puppet Ammad Chalabi was backed by the neo-Conservatives in Washington (aka, the right-wing Jews) to lead a puppet regime in America’s military footprint in what was once the most dominate country in the Middle East: Iraq. Since the bloody confrontations in Fallujah and Najaf, President Bush has apparently shifted the strategy of America’s Iraqi occupation away from Zionist rule. He is now backing anti-Israel leader Lakhdar Brahimi to head the transitional government, a move that has angered every facet of Zionist occupation within the American government from the Chairman of the Federal Reserve, Alan Greenspan, who is slowly raising interest rates, to the Jewish and FBI controlled news media which are filling the airwaves and newspapers with negative coverage of the Iraq war and mistreatment of Iraqi prisoners, an effort to unseat Bush and replace him with Democratic Zionist Presidential candidate John Kerry (aka, Bush-Lite). A prominent critic of the Bush administration is non-Jewish Zionist Republican Senator from Arizona, John McCain, the darling of America's pro-Israel lobby, AIPAC (The American Israeli Public Affairs Committee http://www.aipac.org/ ).
The Abu Ghraib prison scandal was obviously a blackmail operation staged by Zionists within the military. American military personnel were systematically photographed torturing Iraqi prisoners, something that is highly irregular. (The photographed guards must have been mentally challenged to allow their pictures to be taken while committing crimes.) The photos were apparently held by Zionists as an insurance policy to guarantee President Bush would continue to do their bidding. When he decided to abandon the notion of Zionist occupation in Iraq because of a failing war policy, the Zionists began leaking the photos to the news media who in turn broadcast them to the American public. It should be noted that the first American journalist to show the controversial photos was Dan Rather, a man who rose to national prominence forty years ago after reporting false information regarding the assassination of President Kennedy. Rather released the photos of tortured prisoners held at Abu Ghraib in a military exposé on the CBS program, 60 Minutes II. Rather's blowing the whistle on the Bush Administration for mistreatment of prisoners may seem acceptable to anti-war advocates, since Bush et al started the Iraq War, but destroying his presidency because he stopped backing Zionist rule of the conquered Arab nation is not exactly heroic.
The following article, written by Patrick Seal of the Daily Star, describes the struggle between Brahimi and Chalabi:
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