‘Dubya’ Bush Crawls out of his Hole to Support Russiagate
by baz Thursday, Feb 8 2018, 10:19pm
Man, certain people (neocons) in Washington are becoming extremely desperate it would seem. Rolling out former ‘IDIOT president’ (now a tradition) George W Bush to support the baseless, evidence devoid, media hysteria over whether or not Russia directly interfered with the 2016 election outcome, speaks volumes on political DESPERATION.
Bush rarely leaves the country as many nations would have him and most of his administration inner circle arrested on war crimes charges. However, a few nations are considered relatively safe to visit, though in fact the danger of ‘rendition’ is forever present, so we can imagine the sheer desperation of the Zionist neocons and a few others to have the public swallow, without produced evidence, the 'story' that Russia interfered with or determined the outcome of the 2016 election -- which absurd claim would go down as one of the most outrageous and tenuous attempts in political history to SELL a LIE. ‘Russiagate’ is clearly a contrived hoax designed to remove a sitting, democratically elected president, though of course he (idiot Trump) follows Bush as a buffoon and thorough incompetent -- at least Bush achieved infamy and criminal status along with his inner circle, which wisely, rarely (if ever) leave the country.
Putin marvels at these baseless accusations he only wishes they were true as then Russia would reign supreme with its puppets directing policy in the USA, which is clearly far from the case. No foreign nation has a hope of interfering in the existing elite setup to install compliant (to Israel), presidents. Give thinking people a break you moron Zionists and ultra-right wing Republicans!
Now here’s the gist, apparently somehow Russia has the capacity to influence presidential election outcomes -- preposterous -- BUT it does beg a much overlooked question, who thinks in these terms? Well of course the Washington elite! Simply ask YOURSELF the question, ‘which nation is KNOWN historically to directly interfere with elections in foreign nations? Answer emphatically and verifiable, the USA -- are you surprised, because you shouldn’t be?
Not only does the USA via its criminal CIA, DIRECTLY interfere in the politics of most Latin American, African, European, Middle Eastern and Australasian nations it now interferes via its NGOs with the internal affairs of Eastern European nations and former Soviet satellite states, when it promised not to after a dishonoured verbal pact with Gorbachev. So YES, we KNOW who thinks and ACTS in these terms, fuckin’ interfering America! That in itself incriminates, the Russiagate hoax is a clearly a contrived and orchestrated plot, which will soon FAIL miserably, I mean hauling out buffoon Bush, who has zero credibility internationally, is beyond the absurd and desperate.
The leading historical meddler in the affairs of other nations is America, so baseless accusations -- produce the PROOF, clowns -- which accusations actually win the prize for another of America’s KNOWN distasteful traits, H-Y-P-O-C-R-I-S-Y, as it is YOU, doodles, that meddles most in the affairs of other nations!
Pull your stupid, TRANSPARENT Zionist-loving heads in, Washington clowns! You are talking to the AWARE WORLD with your dicks hanging out of your flys.
AP Story with Bush’s comments follows:
War Criminal George W. Bush Says Russia Meddled in 2016 US Election
Originally published by "AP"
by Jon Gambrell
Former President George W. Bush said on Thursday that "there's pretty clear evidence that the Russians meddled" in the 2016 American presidential election, forcefully rebutting fellow Republican Donald Trump's denials of Moscow trying to affect the vote.
While never mentioning President Trump by name, Bush appeared to be pushing back on Trump's attempts to have warmer relations with Russia, as well as his comments on immigration.
The White House did not immediately comment on Bush's remarks.
"There's pretty clear evidence that the Russians meddled," Bush said at a talk in Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates. "Whether they affected the outcome is another question."
Bush also said that "it's problematic that a foreign nation is involved in our election system. Our democracy is only as good as people trust the results."
U.S. intelligence agencies have concluded Russia meddled in the 2016 election to help Trump win. Numerous investigations are under way to determine whether Trump's campaign aided the Kremlin in its efforts.
Trump has repeatedly denied any "collusion" with Russia.
Speaking of Russian President Vladimir Putin, Bush called him "zero-sum."
"He's got a chip on his shoulder," Bush said of Putin. "The reason he does is because of the demise of the Soviet Union troubles him [Really, Bush is now a minder reader]. Therefore, much of his moves (are) to regain Soviet hegemony." [Which nation pursues WORLD hegemony today, ONLY America. We would all note both China and Russia focus on a multi-lateral cooperating world, which clearly does not suit the interests of a hegemon.]
Bush also stressed the need to back NATO [US puppet organsisation] and other alliances the U.S. has with the world.
Putin "is pushing, constantly pushing, probing weaknesses," the former president said. "That's why NATO is very important."
Bush also criticized Trump's decision to scrap a program implemented by former President Barack Obama's administration that allows young immigrants living in the U.S. illegally who were brought here as children to remain in America.
"America's their home," the 43rd American president said. "They've got to get it fixed."
Bush acknowledged that he tried to overhaul America's "broken" immigration system, but failed.
"There are people willing to do jobs that Americans won't do," he said. "Americans don't want to pick cotton at 105 degrees (Fahrenheit), but there are people who want put food on their family's tables and are willing to do that. We ought to say thank you and welcome them."
Bush in 2008 became the first sitting U.S. president to visit the UAE. He spoke Thursday at a summit in Abu Dhabi put on by the Milken Institute, an economic think tank based in California.
He made his comments while in a conversation with Michael Milken, known as the king of high-risk "junk" bonds in the 1980s. Milken pleaded guilty to securities-law violations in 1990 and served 22 months in prison. He agreed in a settlement with the SEC to a lifetime ban from the securities industry and paid a $200 million fine.
Milken, who is a prostate cancer survivor, and his family have given hundreds of millions of dollars away in recent decades. Forbes magazine estimates Milken, 71, is now worth some $3.6 billion.
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