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Friday, October 28, 2005

Regimes in trouble: Bush/Blair/Ahmadinejad

Yesterday, BBC revelations illustrated how the authority of Blair in the UK may well be crumbingly as the carrot of Brownism is ever dangled over ministers, and more widely as Blair's fanatical policies remain a subject of enormous concern for MPs and the public at large.

Today, Blair tried to re-affirm his image by quickly cashing in on the Iranian president's (rather suspicious) blunder about 'wiping out Israel', but it's difficult to imagine who is even listening to Blair anymore, when all you have is one extremist lecturing another. The Iranian president's words came at an opportune time for Blair who was struggling at an EU summit and not well received, indeed there are distinct echoes of 7/7 and the G8 summit.

The London bombings, despite Blair being widely perceived to have been a factor in causing them, ironically and grotesquely gave Blair something of a slight boost in some quarters, but failed to consolidate people around new terror laws or the ID database plan, or the Prime Minister's desire to continue to push the UK into a more Nazi-like regime. Meanwhile Blair is continually dogged by concerns about his ongoing corruption and cronyism:

In a move that will trigger a fresh row over "cash for honours", Mr Blair is to elevate to the Lords four businessmen who between them have given almost half a million pounds to the party.

Of course in the United States, the authority and future of President Bush is confirmed as being in serious trouble thanks to the the Harriet Miers debacle and the impending indictments over the CIA leak case, which pertain to much more serious questions about fabricated intelligence used to justify the Iraq war:

Retired ambassador Joseph C. Wilson wrote a critical op-ed in The New York Times in which he explained the nature of the documents, and the government's prior knowledge of their unreliability for use in a case for war. Days later, in a column by Robert Novak, the covert identity of Wilson's wife, CIA agent Valerie Plame was exposed. The ensuing Plame affair" (aka. "CIA leak scandal") is an ongoing political scandal and criminal investigation into the source of the leak which "outed" Plame.

None of this is helped by the realisation of so many companies deeply involved in the Iraq oil-for-food scandal, the torture shame, now revealed to go all the way to Rumsfeld, the thousands of US troops slain for a hopeless unwinable war based on a mountain of lies, and the resulting in-the-gutter approval ratings for Bush:

NYDN via Infowars:

CONFIRMED: Bush Melting Down, Bush's Obscene Tirades Rattle White House Aides

WASHINGTON - Facing the darkest days of his presidency, President Bush is frustrated, sometimes angry and even bitter, his associates say.

With a seemingly uncontrollable insurgency in Iraq, the White House is bracing for the political fallout from a grim milestone that could come any day: the combat death of the 2,000th American G.I.

The Guardian:

Humiliated Bush forced to retreat as moral right turns its guns on him

George Bush said one of the reasons he picked Harriet Miers for the supreme court was that he knew her so well. It says a lot about the president's current standing that the endorsement not only failed to save her: it may have helped sink her.

[...] "It's an extraordinarily unusual situation and it speaks to the fact that Bush is now a wounded president," said David O'Brien, a University of Virginia politics professor.

Arctic Beacon: Bush going nuts, 'acting like Stalin'

Chicago investigator and ‘judge buster,’ Sherman Skolnick, who once brought a former Illinois governor to his knees, putting him behind bars, is up to his old truth-telling tricks again, saying he’s received credible reports President Bush is on the verge of a psychiatric collapse over U.S. Attorney Patrick Fitzgerald’s pending indictments.

Other reports, circulating from Washington insiders, claim the President is “emotionally unstable, totally absorbed with the fall his of presidency and “living on cloud nine” unable to focus on anything but Fitzgerald and his indictments which are going to reveal “the lying and illegal nature” Bush plunged America into war.

And while on the one hand we should all be vigliant that these indictments are nothing but yet another distraction, like a bolt from the blue, and just as all appears lost, a wonderful gift is given to the Blairites and Neocons at just the right time. Truly Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's words are rather all too convenient.



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