Enronitis is desecrating the White House and choking its priests

Nipawin - Thursday, February 7, 2002 - by: Mario deSantis


"We human beings exist in language"

--Humberto Maturana, biologist



We live in North America a fairy tale away from the reality of the rest of the world, while our reality is being sustained by taking business risk, by using aggressive accounting, by relying on smart bombs rather than on smart people. In a nutshell, we have built in North America the new language of the New World Order, a language not originating by common people but a language invented within the corporatist and governmental framework of the New World Order.




This new order began in 1991 with the end of the evildoer Soviet Union, with the beginning of the compassionate presidency of George Bush Sr., and with the invention of another evildoer in the Muslim world. Today, the New World Order has matured and it is being molded by the appointed presidency of George Bush Jr. Not all the resistence to the New world Order has been molded yet, and luckily enough we have still common people who have not been converted to the priestly creed "privatize and donate" of the gospel of the New World Order. In fact, we have writer and investigative journalist Michael Moore who has written a letter to the supreme priest George Bush Jr. In this letter, Michael Moore complains of the new disease "Enronitis" and warn that this disease could desecrate the White House as more of its adjunct priests are being diseased and unable to speak as they invoke their Fifth Amendment right not to testify.




The new language of the New World Order is choking on its own perversion as its deceptive grammar and construct have no voice in the heart of people.
  Chilean School of Biology of Cognition The Web Page of Humberto Maturana, Santiago de Chile, Edited by Alfredo Ruiz
  "George W. in the Garden of Gethsemane" An Open Letter to George W. Bush from Michael Moore, 01/29/2002
  Mike's Message "Dear Friends, I'd like to tell you a little tale, a personal story of what it is like to fear losing your freedom of speech, how it feels to be drowned in a wave of patriotism which threatens with all its might to suffocate your ideas and stifle dissent." Michael Moore, February 5, 2002
  Former Enron CEO to testify before House Energy and Commerce Committee. CNN, February 7, 2002