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George W Bush’s greatest wish: freedom from tyranny
Posted By aaron On July 7, 2008 @ 5:21 pm In Old Infowars Posts Style,U.S. News | Comments Disabled
COMMENT: The irony clearly out-weighs the paid PR-nature of this ‘news’ item. The same president who signed away the destruction of the Constitution and Bill of Rights, and declared himself dictator, now ‘wishes’ for freedom from tyranny. But as Daniel Webster warned, “miracles do not cluster.”
“Hold on, my friends, to the Constitution and to the Republic for which it stands. Miracles do not cluster and what has happened once in 6,000 years, may not happen again. Hold on to the Constitution, for if the American Constitution should fail, there will be anarchy throughout the world.” – Daniel Webster, 1851
President Bush has posted a message on a “wishing tree” at the G8 summit in Japan and, true to the aims of his second term in office, his main desire is for a world free from tyranny.
Hung in the branches of a black bamboo in Toyako on the northern island of Hokkaido, the Tanabata message is handwritten on a simple paper hanging with an embroidered border.
Mr Bush writes: “I wish for a world free from tyranny: the tyranny of hunger, disease; and free from tyrannical governments.
“I wish for a world in which the universal desire for liberty is realized.
“I wish for the advance of new technologies that will improve the human condition and protect our environment.”
His message echoed that of his second swearing-in in January 2005, when he declared: “The survival of liberty in our land increasingly depends on the success of liberty in other lands. The best hope for peace in our world is the expansion of freedom in all the world ”
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