Bush’s Wishes [BS] versus People’s Needs, that is War versus Peace

Bush’s Wishes [BS] versus People’s Needs,
that is War versus Peace

Prince Albert - Thursday - March 3, 2005 - by: Mario deSantis

"This notion that the United States is getting ready to attack Iran is simply ridiculous. Having said that, all options are on the table."

President George Bush [1]


"Bullsh-t is unavoidable whenever circumstances require someone to talk without knowing what he is talking about."

Professor Harry Frankfurt, Princeton University [2]

Last December, in one of my articles I mentioned Jane Cull’s understanding that "how we live is circular."[3] At that time I made reference to the circularity of our global economy, but the understanding of circularity is a natural phenomenon ubiquitous in our living as we go to work, as we socialize, as we trade, as we look after ourselves and our families.

In essence, the circularity of life is life itself and therefore there is no room for waging wars against each other in our globalized planet. In particular, the concept of circularity of life means that if we hurt the right of others to a peaceful living then we are going to suffer the consequences of blowbacks [
4], it is as simple and natural as that.

In order to understand to live peacefully together, we must understand the right to satisfy our social needs before we satisfy our private wishes, and this understanding to distinguish social needs from private wishes means that we must attempt to continuously solve our social needs before we satisfy our private wishes.

  • There was no need for Bush to wage a war against Iraq [5], instead there was a wish for Bush to take the Iraqi oil [6];

  • there was no need for Bush to label Iraq, Iran and North Korea the axis of evil [7]; instead there is the wish for Bush to wage preemptive wars against any country or people who may potentially challenge the supremacy of Bush’s America [8];

  • there is no need for Bush’s never ending tax cuts for the rich [9]; instead there is the wish for Bush’s rich friends to become richer [10];

  • there is no need for Bush to privatize Social Security [11], instead there is the Bush’s wish to have more money to speculate in the stock market [12];

  • there is no need for Bush’s Tort Reform [13], instead there is the Bush’s wish to have corporations above the people [14].

Bush’s pursuing of his wishes is changing America for the worse, inside and outside, inside as Bush divides people [
15], and outside as America becomes the supreme global war monger [16].


Mario deSantis



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deSantis, Mario The miracle of Christmas and the obtuse notions of Paradox and Catch 22 in today’s Economics December 24, 2004 Ensign





Johnson, Chalmers Quotation for Blowback: The term "blowback," which officials of the Central Intelligence Agency first invented for their own internal use, is starting to circulate among students of international relations. It refers to the unintended consequences of policies that were kept secret from the American people. What the daily press reports as the malign acts of "terrorists" or "drug lords" or "rogue states" or "illegal arms merchants" often turn out to be blowback from earlier American operations. Third World Traveler,


Polya, Gideon Horrendous Iraqi Civilian Deaths - The Cost Of Democratic Imperialism November 1, 2004 Countercurrents.org,


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Wikipedia Axis of Evil


Pitt, William Rivers The Project for the New American Century February 25, 2003 Information Clearing House,


Greenstein, Robert and Joel Friedman, and Isaac Shapiro TWO TAX CUTS THAT BENEFIT ONLY HIGH-INCOME HOUSEHOLDS –PRIMARILY MILLIONAIRES – SLATED TO START TAKING EFFECT IN 2006: Will These Tax Cuts be Implemented While Basic Programs for the Working Poor and Other Families are Cut? February 9, 2005 Center on Budget and Policy Priorities,


Preston, Bruce How the Bush Administration steals from the US people (and the world) 2004


Boothe, Ivan Professors weigh in on social security February 24, 2005 The Phoenix


Luhby, Tamy Social Security a 'new business opportunity' . Managers stand to gain millions in private accounts February 21, 2005 Newsday




deSantis, Mario The Ideological Lies of Bush’s Tort Reform: Reform is nothing else but privatization on behalf of corporations February 2, 2005




Scheer, Robert Of, By and For Big Business February 22, 2005 AlterNet


Krugman, Paul Bush's Class-War Budget February 11, 2005 The New York Times


Leech, Garry The World’s Warmonger February 21, 2005 Colombia Journal


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