Guest Column: Good Riddance to Bad Rubbish

Obama the War Criminal Butcherer of Women and Children
By Paul Craig Roberts [Original column here.]

When you believe in things
That you don’t understand
Then you suffer
Superstition ain’t the way — Stevie Wonder

Editor’s Intro:

Unless a CIA-led preemptive coup against Donald Trump is successful and leaves the current one in the saddle a bit longer, the man known by the system as Barack Hussein Obama will be leaving the Oval Office on January 19, next Thursday. Whoever he is or was, the 44th president is the epitome of the made man for the über-globalist syndicate running America and the Western World. What a complete artificial human being, a phantom, a nonentity! Just scour the Web for this organism’s actual reality, much stranger than fiction.

Unfortunately, the mirage person was the focal point for unleashing holy hell on real people planetwide, especially for what he boasted that he really ENJOYED most of all: with his hand on the joy stick (I’m paraphrasing only slightly), “I like killing women and children with drones; I’m good at it.” PCR captures the essence of our bona fide psychopath in chief as he walks out the door, and identifies all those wonderful things we need to remember him for. [Note: the Stevie Wonder lyrics seem apropos: so many people were taken in by the false front… and, as a consequence, untold millions of others paid the ultimate price. 

Hard to believe I voted for O in 2008! To save us from Warhead Bush. We are sooo lied to.

And if Trump inaugurates, I fear it will be deja vous all over again. Tho I didn’t vote for him.

Paul Craig Roberts:

There is no doubt that US President Barak Obama is a war criminal as are his military and intelligence officials and most of the House and Senate. Continue reading

Movie Review: W. (2008)

Accurate, devastating portrayal of Bush and the main Neocon players
in the late criminal enterprise (7/10)


George Herbert Walker Bush: You didn’t exactly finish up with flying colours in the Air National Guard, junior.

George Herbert Walker Bush: If I remember correctly, you didn’t like the sporting good store. Working for the investment firm wasn’t for you either, or the oil rig job.

: Mr. President, what place will you have in history?
George W. Bush: History? In history we’ll all be dead!

There’s so much more to this movie than Josh Brolin’s dead ringer simulation of the biggest, baddest wannabe of all time known as George W. Bush, but that’s a good place to start: I’m amazed that Brolin didn’t grab an Academy Award nomination—he did manage to pick up a couple of nominations from other critics’ associations.  As a character study, there is none higher.  Stanley Weiser’s story obviously comes from meticulous research, but you get the impression the writer practically grew up in the Bush household. Continue reading