This intro is to the three leaders of the United States, George W. Bush, Richard Cheney, and Donald Rumsfeld. I decided to start with the three leaders who are responsible for causing so much needless death and wounded – in America, Afghanistan and finally in Iraq.
Iraq was the goal for both George W. Bush and Vice President Richard Cheney. There was no cause for any war. It was just a lot of soldiers, terrorists, killing men, women, and children for no reason. The people responsible are Bush, Cheney and Rumsfeld. Those three evil creatures were responsible for all the dead and wounded for the Bush term of office.
The brief story is about evil, from the White House and the leaders inside. At the end of the story, you will see why Bush and Cheney were responsible for killing all these people.
George W. Bush and Vice President Cheney both decided to run for office. The father of senior Bush asked Richard Cheney to help his son George, make his way through the presidency because Bush junior was not that knowledgeable (he was not too bright). At times he was stupid-in front of his advisers.
President Bush did say that he wanted to invade Iraq and become a commander-in-chief in a war. And he did.
NOTE: There was no cause for Junior to invade Iraq. None at all. His reason was announced early, before even thinking of becoming president, a year or two before announcing his goal of becoming president.
Bush had his goals and it was that he and Cheney wanted to invade Iraq for personal reasons. But Bush thought that the only way to get there and make it easy was for Bin Laden to attack America. So Bush put a block on information about Bin Laden and canceled any important meetings with him and Condoleezza Rice, except a meeting just before Bin Laden attacked America on 9/11.
Bin Laden was also busy working on his project, the one in which President Bush was busy ignoring the terrorists. And Bush was still ignoring the terrorists, and a mound of information pointing to Bin Laden of evidence that was kept secret from all but Bush and a few others.
After Bush returned to the White House, he still wanted to attack Iraq, still thinking that Iraq was an ally of “Bin Laden”. His advisers had to correct the “president”. It appeared that Bush would have attacked anyone close enough to blame any target, just so he could use it to invade Iraq.
So Bush had to listen to him and high level officers from other agencies. And Bush had no choice but to send troops to Afghanistan and thought that they were missing out the good times in Iraq. However, Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld saved him and advised Bush and Cheney to let Bin Laden and his two thousand men on Tora Bora to escape to Pakistan.
Free now, Bush didn’t take anytime at all. Bush and Cheney were smiling as they watched their soldiers invade Iraq. And they left behind American soldiers to be killed year after year and wounded horribly. They are still being killed and wounded in Afghanistan, going on 16 years. For no reason at all.
Afghanistan became a forgotten country, a place where American soldiers continue to die even today, for no reason. Bush did become a war time President and became a commander-in-chief and even had his history written (That would be a MAKE BELIEVE HISTORY.)
Vice President Cheney did get the base concessions in Iraq and became a billionaire. Yes. Richard Cheney. Of course, a lot of civilians, children in three nations, Iraq, Afghanistan, and America, suffered because Vice President Cheney wanted to get his company in better financial situation. Yes. he did. And I’m sure that Bush and Cheney welcomed their help from Rumsfeld in Afghanistan.
NOTE: After returning to the White House, Bush really did want to attack Iraq, thinking that Bin Laden was a partner of Iraq. (NOTE: This was the idiot and evil person that was in the White House for two terms.)
Of course, Bush didn’t want to attack Bin Laden in Afghanistan, where Bin Laden and his soldiers were, hold up with his men at Tora Bora, on the border with Pakistan.
But Secretary of Defense, Donald Rumsfeld, told Bush and Cheney that, if you want to make it to Iraq, you need to leave Afghanistan. So Rumsfeld agreed that Bush should let Bin Laden escape into Pakistan, allowing Bush and Cheney to make it to the invasion of Iraq.
Yes, That is exactly what George W. Bush did. He helped Bin Laden to be able to attack targets in New York, the Pentagon, and the last plane was brought down by American patriots. It was with the knowledge that the attack was going to happen, because the president allowed it to happen. It was just luck that the White House did not get destroyed too.
Not Bin Laden, not Afghanistan. Bush only wanted Iraq. The terrorists were allowed to fly across America and into the Twin Towers, the Pentagon and one plane was brought down after American passengers fought the Muslim terrorists and crashed it into a field in New York. Passengers made phone calls to their loved ones before attacking the terrorists.
There was no reason to attack Iraq, but both, Vice President Cheney and President Bush needed to attack Iraq so they could accomplish their “personal goals”.
No. This isn’t a joke. They planned their goals, even announcing them. Of course, Vice President Cheney wanted to receive the base contracts once they invaded Iraq. And President Bush’s goal was to invade Iraq and become that commander-in-chief. Hoora.
There were some major problems before that could happen. So Bush and others knew what was happening, and he and Cheney made sure that vital crucial information about Bin Laden and other information was not given. No information was given from President Bush. Only Silence.
Even important meetings by Condoleezza Rice and Richard Clarke were cancelled by Bush. President Bush did everything to keep America from knowing any crucial knowledge about Bin Laden. So America was in the dark.
There was no crucial info to keep anyone in the White House up to date. None. Other agencies with information on Bin Laden were also offered but Bush wasn’t interested.
President Bush and Vice President Cheney did nothing to protect America. Of course, Bush did get his title as a commander-in-chief and his history was, I believe, written as a make believe history.
Below are a list of important documents that were given to President Bush that would be valuable to stop any attack from the air. But President Bush ignored info that would have stopped an attack from the air, if he had wanted to stop it. Valuable info was available. You can see it from below.
DOCUMENTS that Bush ignored and were valuable to stop an attack from Bin Laden:
Posted Sep. 11, 2012, by Brett Wilkins:
“New York Times reporter Kurt Eichenwald published an op-ed piece yesterday claiming that he has personally seen government documents not available to the general public which prove “significantly negligence” on the part of top Bush officials than previously disclosed.
“The August 6, 2001 classified memo titled “Bin Laden Determined to strike in US,” released by Bush in 2004 under pressure from the 9/11 Commission, is well known. That memo warned that Osama bin Laden and his al-Qaeda operatives were preparing for “hijackings or other types of attacks” on targets in New York, Washington, DC and elsewhere.” (Bush can be nailed to the wall unless everyone is deaf and blind.)
BUSH DELIBERATELY IGNORED ALL VALID THREATS TO AMERICA.
“But according to Eichenwald, presidential briefs preceding the infamous August 6 memo are more damming. He cites multiple “direct warnings to Mr. Bush about the possibility of a Qaeda attack” that began in the spring of 2001, including a June 22 daily brief warning of an ‘imminent” attack.”
(Which was ignored. President Bush was determined to see that the attack went through without any problems. He ignored every bit of info given to him. If he ignored the intelligence, Bush believed no one could pin the blame on him.)
MORE FROM Brett Wilkins Sep 11, 2012:
“The CIA prepared an analysis that all but pleaded with the White House to accept that the danger from bin Laden was real.” Eichenwald writes.
“Yet even as more warnings poured in over the summer, the White House failed to act. According to Eichenwald, things got so bad that one CIA official suggested that staff request transfers so others would take the blame when the imminent attacks occurred.
“While Eichenwald’s details may be new, it has been a well-known, yet under reported fact that there were many glaring warnings of the 9/11 attacks in the year leading up to the tragedy. FAA officials knew in early 2001 that Hani Hanjour, the suicide pilot who crashed American Airlines 77 into the Pentagon, couldn’t fly or speak English well enough to be worthy of the commercial pilot’s license he already had. The FBI had known for years that al-Qaeda terrorists were training at US flight schools: FBI agents Ken Williams and Colleen Rowley were nevertheless not taken seriously when they expressed alarm over terrorists enrolled in aviation schools who were only interested in learning mid-air maneuvers and not take-off and landing.” (Wars that were without any cause, manufactured by Bush and Cheney.)
Bush ignored all intelligence on Bin Laden that would have caused a concerned President to prepare against such an attack. But that was just the opposite that Bush wanted. He needed an attack on America so that he could get the green light to invade Iraq. Bush and Cheney wanted the go ahead to invade Iraq after 9/11, which had nothing at all to do with Bin Laden.
This shows you a president who had a good distance from being a person of sound mind, demanding the CIA,the FBI and his Adviser, Richard Clarke to give him the go ahead to invade Iraq. All three officials denied their approval to his invasion of Iraq because Iraq had nothing to do with Bin Laden. Bush didn’t care that Bin Laden had just killed almost 3,000 Americans and did massive damage to America but he only wanted to invade Iraq. The reasons given in the first paragraph above were the only reasons why Bush and Cheney wanted to invade Iraq. Nothing else. They dropped anything in order to accomplish their goal-and they got it. And a trail of death and sorrow meant nothing.
Everything else was just clutter to sweep aside. Bush used Bin Laden in hopes that he could get approval to invade Iraq. Bush allowed Bin Laden to kill almost 3,000 Americans so he could invade Iraq. When he realized that Bin Laden was a washout, he dropped Bin Laden in Afghanistan.
When Secretary Rumsfeld called up Bush, he told President Bush that he and Cheney could let Bin Laden and 2,000 terrorists escape to Pakistan. That made it possible for President Bush and Vice President Cheney to join up and be part of the invasion. And these two despicable creatures got away with mass murder and men, women and children from three nations-the United States, Afghanistan and Iraq. It also made it possible for American soldiers to still being killed in Afghanistan for a fruitless mission. This is now into the 16th year that Americans are still being killed and wounded for no reason at all.
Documents that Bush ignored and were valuable to stop an attack from Bin Laden:
Posted Sep. 11,2012, by Brett Wilkins:
‘New York Times reporter Kurt Eichenwald published an op-ed piece yesterday claiming that he has personally seen government documents not available to the general public which prove “significantly negligence” on the part of top Bush officials than previously disclosed.”
“The August 6, 2001 classified memo titled “Bin Laden Determined to strike in US,” released by Bush in 2004 under pressure from the 9/11 Commission, is well known. That memo warned that Osama Bin Laden and his al-Qaeda operatives were preparing for “hijackings or other types of attacks” on targets in New York, Washington, DC and elsewhere.” (Bush can be nailed to the wall unless everyone is deaf and blind.)