Coup d’etat against George W. Bush seriously contemplated in Washington
International Forecaster | June 9 2005
By Bob Chapman
THE INTERNATIONAL FORECASTER editor Bob Chapman writes: Rumors have been circulating in Washington for the last year that a coup d’etat against George W. Bush and the neocons is being seriously contemplated in certain circles.
Within the military, because of the non-traditional use of the military and among high-level businessmen who see Bush as a disaster for American business ... especially in foreign trade.
He has been arrogant, outrageous, insulting and downright weird in addressing the military and its objectives.
He is going to use commercial unarmored mini vans in Iraq to transport troops to keep the collapsing auto industry happy, which, of course, will cost many more lives.
The US either goes to hyperinflation or directly into depression.
The world is forced to fuel America’s profligacy and if they do not, they go into the pit with us.
US elitists have sucked everyone into the game ... the Ponzi scheme has not only entrapped the foreigners but it has entrapped Americans in debt, from which they will never be able to extricate themselves.
Wars will increase, we will have a draft and the use of mercenaries from every country will expand.