George W. Bush and UK Prime Minister Tony Blair at Crawford Texasi


An opinion on president Bush's doctrine:
"with US or against US"

Nipawin - Sunday, April 7, 2002 - by: Mario deSantis

"Chairman Arafat has agreed to a peace process. He's agreed to the Tenet plan. He's agreed to the Mitchell plan. He has negotiated with parties as to how to achieve peace"

president George Bush April 1, 2002




"Chairman Arafat has failed at leadership and he's let his people down."

president George Bush, April 6, 2002



& Co.

As usual I read the morning news on the Internet and I have the latest taste of instant democracy as CNN undertakes a publicized non-scientific poll with the question: Should Secretary of State Colin Powell meet with Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat on his Mideast trip? Yes__ No__ Is this the way to intelligently educate the public or is this another brain washing effort of our Bush & Co. administration to wage wars all over the world?




We have conflicts all over the world and the leaders Bush and Blair get together at Bush's Prairie Chapel Ranch in Crawford, Texas, to preach the gospel of peace for the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and the gospel of war for the removal of Saddam Hussein in Iraq. President Bush, and his poodle Blair, raise above all the condemnations of the Israeli invasion of Palestine all over the world, and point the finger the Israeli-Palestine conflict of condemnation, guess to whom? Former president Bill Clinton!




All the Palestinians and most people all over the world are voicing their support for the Palestinian leadership of Yasser Arafat and blessed ignorant president Bush says
"He [Arafat] has let his people down, and there are others in the region who can lead... Crown Prince Abdullah of Saudi Arabia... President Hosni Mubarak of Egypt... King Abdullah II of Jordan."
Now, president Bush is dispatching secretary of state Colin Powell in the Middle East to make peace while the Israeli Defense Forces defend themselves by killing more people and we all wonder if Colin Powell will meet with any Palestinian leader unless he meets first with Yasser Arafat. Maybe, we have to wait for the CNN poll's result to find out if Colin Powell will meet with Arafat.




I am wondering if the Bush's doctrine "with US or against US" is what French people would call "merde."
  Bush Derides Clinton's Mideast Work By RON FOURNIER, AP White House Correspondent, April 5, 2002
  Blair's Ties to Bush: Partner, or 'Poodle'? By Karen DeYoung, Washington Post Staff Writer, April 6, 2002
  Palestinians Say No Powell Meetings Without Arafat Yahoo! News, April 6, 2002
  Moral Duty, National Interest, By Zbigniew Brzezinski. Zbigniew Brzezinski was national security adviser from 1977 to 1981 and assisted President Jimmy Carter in negotiating the Camp David agreement between Israel and Egypt. The New York Times, April 7, 2002