Monday, 19 May 2008

Bush - the greatest threat to world peace

“We believe that the surest way to defeat the enemies of hatred is to advance the cause of hope, the cause of freedom, liberty as the great alternative to tyranny and terror.” – George Bush

What about freedom for the Palestinians?
They face daily tyranny and terror.
They have been ignored for decades.

At his recent speech at the Knesset Mr Bush lavished praise on Israel and called it a "homeland for the chosen people".

Was it for decades of occupation of Palestinian land and ethnic cleansing?

Mr Bush warns that "the light of liberty" is at risk.
He seems content on extinguishing the "the light of liberty" for the Palestinians.

Is this the democracy that he wants to spread?

Few Palestinians, Arabs or Muslims regard Bush as an honest broker, and his latest visit to the region has just reconfirmed their worst fears.

To put it into perspective, even the Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has gone on record to state that he was angry at comments made by Bush, which were a denial of voice to the Palestinian people.

Nearing the end of his term in office, Bush wants to leave behind some proof of his success and calls on other leaders to show leadership, yet he has shown none himself.

Opinion polls show that most Europeans believe the United States is a greater menace than Iran or North Korea.

The United States poses the greatest threat to world peace.

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