Wednesday, September 06, 2006

Bush To Entertain Nazarbayev, Dictator of Kazakhstan

In a speech given on September 5th, 2006, Mr. Bush included these words:

In the 1920s, a failed Austrian painter published a book in which he explained his intention to build an Aryan super-state in Germany and take revenge on Europe and eradicate the Jews. The world ignored Hitler's words, and paid a terrible price. His Nazi regime killed millions in the gas chambers, and set the world aflame in war, before it was finally defeated at a terrible cost in lives.

Bin Laden and his terrorist allies have made their intentions as clear as Lenin and Hitler before them. The question is: Will we listen? Will we pay attention to what these evil men say? America and our coalition partners have made our choice. We're taking the words of the enemy seriously

Now the White House is planning to meet again with the dictator of Kazakhstan, Nursultan Nazarbayev, welcoming him with open arms. Nazarbayev has banned opposing political parties, attacked newspapers in Kazakhstan that dare to challenge him, and pocketed nearly $100 million in bribes. Several Kazakh opposition leaders were mysteriously shot to death. This behavior warrants a state visit to the White House and a stopover at the Bush family retreat in Maine. Washington Post story

In 2004 Bush proudly announced that corrupt foreign officials would be banned from the United States.

However, if you are exporting more than 1 million barrels of oil each day the ban does not apply. This is how Texas Tea trumps human rights under the Republican Party rules. Fascists play by a different set of rules.

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