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Tuesday, 01 August 2006 00:01

Bush and the "Lord of the Flies"

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Okay, we are back to our primary theory about the Bushevik Neo-Con one-party government: if you pile failure on failure, they believe it will add up to success.

It's kind of (as we implied yesterday) like sweeping up the dung of an elephant (how appropriate) and hoping that if you get the pile high enough, it will turn into mouth-watering fudge.

Guess what?

It doesn't happen. The more elephant shi* (to quote Mr. Bush) you pile up, the bigger the pile of shi*. Jesus turned water into wine, but Bush isn't Jesus. Bush can't turn dung into anything but more dung.

Here's the basic problem with Bush's pile of dung: it leaves many, many bodies in its wake. In fact, when you put together Iraq, Afghanistan and Lebanon (by proxy), you can say that tens of thousands of deaths have resulted from Bush's failures.

Of course, there is another pop psychology way of looking at this. Bush actually may be enthralled with having God-like powers over life and death -- especially the death part.

Remember how much Bush reveled in executing people when he was Governor of Texas -- and setting a record for the number of executions. It is about the only thing he has excelled at in his life; being the cause of people dying, that is.

So, failure to him IS success, because he is playing God.

And someone who plays God is all knowing and all powerful, right?

So what do you need democracy for, when the divine is at work in the White House, viewing world events through a "Biblical Lens" of life and death?

To understand this administration, you need to understand how Bush REALLY views himself, and what drives him.

And the above is a good point of departure.

Of course, behind every man who believes that he has God like powers, there is a Beelzebub (Satan's assistant) pulling the strings. Dick Cheney, you can come out of the bunker now.

"According to the renowned 16th century occultist Johannes Wierus, Beelzebub is the chief lieutenant of Lucifer, the Emperor of Hell, and presides over the Order of the Fly." (Wikipedia)

And, of course, flies feed off of dung.