Sunday, March 16, 2003

The world is not enough:
Sure, this is the title of a pretty good James Bond movie. But, it is becoming clear that world will never be enough for the warmongers. Our nation is on the brink of war with Iraq and finally some of the mainstream press has started to take a look at some of the cronies President George W. Bush has working for him ["The Arrogant Empire"]["Pushing U.S. Toward War"].
It has become very clear that these people do not have America’s best interests in mind. They have been working – planning – scheming – on what some have termed "The New American Century."
In fact, even though he campaigned against former President Bill Clinton’s nation-building policies, Bush has now taken on an even more pervasive nation-building strategy – one that changes regimes and threatens others – based on natural resources and ability to submit to the whims of these planners. For all the criticism of the globalists working for Clinton, Bush's have proven to be far more influential – and far more dangerous.
The world is currently a unipolar system, one where the United States is the only superpower. This fact, however, does not mean we run the world. And neither does the United Nations which has proven to be just as corrupt at almost level as our nation. Where does that leave us? I'm not too sure.

Armageddon – from the mouth of a fish:
Pretty amazing story in the Guardian this morning: ["Word is made flesh as God reveals himself... as a fish"]. Two men hear a fish spouting off "apocalyptic warnings" in Hebrew. Word started to spread throughout the Jewish community and now some "believe the fish’s outburst was a warning about the dangers of the impending war in Iraq. Some say they fear the born-again President Bush believes he is preparing the world for the Second Coming of Christ, and war in Iraq is just the opening salvo in the battle of Armageddon."