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Bill Moyers Journal

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TBR – August 31, 2006

Bush – the worst president ever

have had a number of incompetent Presidents but beyond any doubt,
George W. Bush is the worst. Aside from his compulsive, and easily
exposed lies, let us consider Bush’s failures of his global war plans.
Note: Portions of this material have previously been published on the
Internet and in the foreign press but rarely addressed in the captive
American media.

Five years after Bush ordered Afghanistan
invaded and, true to form, smugly announced a complete U.S. military
victory, US, and a very small number of ‘Allies” allied forces are
struggling on a daily basis to defend their bases and supply lines
against rising attacks from a growing number of Afghan resistance
groups. The war in both Iraq and Afghanistan costs the American
taxpayer $1.5 billion monthly. As an added bonus, US-ruled Afghan now
produces over 80% of the world’s heroin. The US just quietly deployed
thousands more troops to Afghanistan to hunt al-Qaida leaders Osama bin
Laden and Ayman al-Zawahiri in a desperate attempt to save Republicans
from heavy losses in November mid-term elections.

Remember Fat
Karl Rove’s grotesque "Mission accomplished!" in Iraq? President Bush’s
war in Iraq is clearly lost, but few dare admit it. The US has spent
over $300 billion in taxpayer’s money on Afghanistan and Iraq, with
nothing to show in either theater but chaos, civil war, body bags, and
growing Iranian influence in Iraq and western Afghanistan. The
Bush/Cheney "liberation" of Iraq has now cost more than the Vietnam
War. So much for the "cakewalk." Iraq is likely the biggest American
foreign policy disaster in living memory – even worse, in many ways,
than Vietnam.

Down in the strategic Horn of Africa, another
dangerous fiasco is unfolding. The White House had CIA and Pentagon
have spent tens of millions of U.S. taxpayer’s money bribing Somali
warlords to fight Islamist reformers trying to bring law and order to
their strife-ravaged nation. The Islamists whipped CIA-backed warlords
and ran them out of Somalia. Following this defeat, the US has
encouraged and financed ally Ethiopia – shades of Lebanon – to invade
Somalia, thus raising the threat of a wider war between Somalia,
Ethiopia, and its old foe, Eritrea. Meanwhile, growing numbers of US
Special Forces and CIA teams are getting drawn into obscure tribal
mêlées in the Horn of Africa and the Saharan regions.

is, of course, the fourth major American military disaster. Bush and
Cheney encouraged Israel to launch the hugely destructive but
militarily fruitless war in Lebanon as the first part of their
long-nurtured plan to militarily crush Hezbullah, Syria and Iran. The
Bush Administration brazenly thwarted world efforts to halt the
conflict while giving Israel the green light to tear apart Lebanon.
Now, just over a month later, Bush announces he will send $230 million
to "help rebuild" Lebanon – the same Lebanon blasted apart by US smart
bombs rushed by air to Israel by a sycophantic Bush. That the UN has
condemned the use of these bombs is, of course, of no interest to
either Bush or his opposite numbers in Israel

To Washington and
Tel Avis’s, horror, Iran, and Syria emerged the war’s victors.
Hezbollah is now the Muslim World’s new hero after battling Israel’s
mighty armed forces to a humiliating draw. Even Syria’s President
Bashar Asad, who played dead during the Lebanon War in fear of an
Israeli attack, is now thumping his chest and crowing that Syria played
a major role in the unexpected Arab victory.

Hezbollah’s triumph
thwarted, at least for the moment, Bush/Cheney plans to attack Lebanon,
Syria and Iran. The US and Israel have become so used to smashing
nearly helpless foes armed with obsolete weapons – like Iraq, Taliban,
or Palestine – that they were stunned to meet a force that had modern
arms and could actually fight.

No sooner had bombing stopped
than Hezbullah bulldozers were busy clearing rubble, and Hezbullah
social workers resettling refugees. Perhaps President Bush should ask
Hezbullah to take over rebuilding New Orleans and resettling all its

Israelis have now turned from fighting Arabs to
furious finger-pointing. Politicians and generals are blaming each
other for the Lebanon debacle that killed over eleven hundred 118
Israeli soldiers and 41 civilians, cost at least $6 billion, ruined the
summer tourist trade, and, after a burst of initial sympathy, brought
worldwide condemnation. And no captured soldiers – this war’s supposed
objective – have been yet returned.

By turning a routine border
skirmish into a big war, Israel’s PM Ehud Olmert showed he had no more
grasp of military affairs than those other amateur warlords, Bush,
Cheney and Tony Blair. Lebanon also showed that the western leaders
learned nothing from their debacle in Iraq.

Now, some Washington
hawks are wondering if invading Iran may not be the "cakewalk" that
pro-Israel neoconservatives blithely promised. Iran’s Revolutionary
Guards helped train and arm Hezbullah’s victorious fighters. Suddenly,
neither the Israelis nor the Americans look so invincible. As Napoleon
said, in war, the moral is to the physical as three to one.

was the big loser in the Lebanon war. From Morocco to Indonesia, each
night 1.5 billion Muslims watched the carnage in Lebanon on TV and
blamed America. Even the poorest shepherd in Uzbekistan heard the US
was airlifting the precision bombs and deadly cluster munitions to
Israel used against Lebanese civilians.

Any hope of damping down
the Islamic World’s surging hatred of the US, Britain, Australia and
Israel (now add Canada) was killed in Lebanon. Even the
interestingly-timed airport hysteria in London over alleged bomb plots
failed to divert attention from the latest US-British Mideast policy

Yet the White House still keeps listening to absurd
military advice from the same fanatically pro-Israel neoconservatives
thirsting for conquest, oil and Muslim blood. Undaunted even by the
fiasco in Lebanon, the Bush/Cheney White House is now heading into a
full-blown crisis with Iran over its nuclear enrichment program.

far as the civilian, domestic disasters, one need only mention the
hurricane Katrina that clearly showed a total lack of interest (except
for pro-Bush businessmen who reaped rich rewards) in the fate of poor
New Orleans blacks. And of course we have the constant hyping of the
fear factor to keep the electorate in line and supportive of the
Republican’s murderous and short-sighed policies.
”If this were a dictatorship, it’d be a heck of a lot easier, just so long as I’m the dictator.”
George W. Bush Dec. 18, 2000

Bobby Helms – My Special Angel

BILL MOYERS JOURNAL | Buying the War | Excerpt | PBS

Journal: Buying the War Wednesday, April 25, 2007 at 9 PM on
PBS (check local listings) How the administration marketed
the war to the American
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