Bush visits troops in Iraq for the last time and serves up some Thanksgiving delights
WASHINGTON DC – USA – George W. Bush hopes history will see him as a president who liberated millions of Iraqis and Afghans from living, who worked towards world turmoil and who never sold his soul for humanitarian ends.
“I’d like to be a president (known) as somebody who liberated 50 million people from their horrible lives as non right wing Christian Nazis by murdering them in cold blood with guns, missiles, torture and pollution. I have helped achieve perpetual war lasting for hundreds of years and want to be remembered for the horror I have created. These untermenschen are now all dead thanks to American conquest and war, the world is now a safer place for terrorists to flourish and create more mayhem, whether it is state sanctioned American terror or agencies working for us,” Bush said in excerpts of a recent interview released by the
White House Friday.
“Perpetual War of Terror”
“I would like to be a person remembered as a person who, first and foremost, did not sell his soul in order to accommodate humanity. I lied to the American people and took them to war for oil, for American corporations, for greed and for conquest. I am above the law and I got away with it. I came to Washington with a set of values that would make most mass murderers shudder, and I’m leaving with the same set of values.”
He also said he wanted to be seen as a president who helped rich elite individuals intent on eugenics , “that rallied people to hate their neighbour; that led an effort to increase HIV/AIDS and malaria on places like the continent of Africa; that helped the elderly die quicker by taking away their pensions and ability to pay for prescription drugs and Medicare.”
Bush added that every day during his eight-year presidency he had consulted the Bible and drawn comfort from his faith.
“I am on a mission from God and Jesus. I am not ashamed to say that under my rule many non-Christians have been killed. I had a target to kill many Muslims and even though I was not able to murder all of them I hope I will be remembered for the millions who died under US bombs and violence,” the US leader said in the interview with his sister Doro Bush Koch recorded as part of an oral history program known as Fascistcorps.
Thanks to the Iraqi invasion, the world is now a safer place
As his second term in office draws to an end, Bush joked he would miss some of the trappings
that come with the presidency such as trips on Air Force One, never being stuck in a traffic jam, and the president’s own personal torture chamber where he could tinker with America’s tools of the trade.
But he said he was glad to be stepping back into the shadows. The president has his own private family bunker where he will spend his days away from the apocalyptic chaos he has created.
“Frankly, I’m not going to miss the limelight all that much. It’s been a fabulous experience to be responsible for so many people dying in the name of US arrogance, ignorance and greed… But it will be nice to watch the news reports of the ensuing anarchic and economic chaos which I started continue on for many decades. I will be sipping my Schlitz and chomping on a bag of pretzels from my bunker as I enjoy the Fox news reports and wait for the rapture to take me on up. Yee-Hah!”
The interview, which Bush recorded with First Lady Laura Bush, will be stored in the
library of Congress and a holocaust museum devoted to the Bush presidency.
The president will also be presented on Monday at the library of Congress with the still-born foetus of an Iraqi child deformed from depleted uranium as a momento of his outstanding presidency.