Permanent President Bush

HOME PAGESome the same group of people who are/were advocates in the mid 90's through 2000 of the NEED for America to be attacked, now suggest that the solution for that is for Bush to repopulate Iraq as an American state after incinerating with nuclear bombs and driving out every Arab resident, and then proclaim himself President-for -Life of America.
The reason this is necessary now is because large numbers of people of both parties absolutely HATE Bush (should be hating the puppet masters, not the puppet), and therefore this shows not that Bush has been an utter failure (actually a success in achieving their real goals) but that Democracy Itself -- popular will and common sense -- is an utter failure.
From Crisis of Democracy by Samuel Huntington (in favor of limiting democracy via psyops and manipulation) to more overt hatred of democracy by "patriotic-sounding" Nazi institutions like the World Anti-Communist League (WACL ) and Heritage and American Enterprise and their CIA-infested ranks, the goal is to reproduce the success of Pinochet's Chile in America, hence ending everything for which America was created.
This may only be a trial balloon, but these people are serious and they wield a LOT of power!
LINK to article in Google Cache
070821   Dictatorship and the Dysfunctional Capitalist State,
               Part Three: The Totalitarian Logic of Imperialism

see informative notes, then copy of article
Ever wonder about Laura Ingraham and her radio program talk show that has the fifth largest audience among nationally aired talk show hosts, trailing only Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, Michael Savage and Laura Schlessinger

I even read 'Today' anchor Katie Couric's spending time with Jimmy Reyes, the former fiance of Laura Ingraham?  Such a tight little group.
You might have read or heard about the call, Aug 3, 2007 by Family Security's Philip Atkinson for Bush to be President for life, empty Iraq of Arabs and repopulate the country with Americans
In case you didn't here's the page, thanks to Google Cache, even though it's been taken down.  (Guess they thought it a bit too hot to handle.)
Here's the Family Security Page showing Laura Ingraham listed as Board Member as well as and former CIA director R. James Woolsey.  It would NOT be a stretch for me to think she'd agree with Atkinson about Bush being POTUS for life.
Who is Family Security Matters? Source Watch says, Family Security Matters (FSM) is a front group for the Center for Security Policy (CSP),

Who is Center for Security Policy and who's connected to that group?
Surprise!  The circle closes and the snake bites it's own tail.
Dick Cheney, Vice President of the U.S. under George W. Bush, was an early member of Center's Board of Advisors (which is now called the National Security Advisory Council).

Twenty-two CSP advisers -- including additional Reagan-era remnants like Elliott Abrams,
Ken deGraffenreid, Paula Dobriansky, Frank Gaffney, Frank J. Gaffney, Jr., Sven Kraemer, Robert Joseph, Robert Andrews and J.D. Crouch -- have reoccupied key positions in the national security establishment, as have other true believers of more recent vintage.  (multiple links created purposely)

NOTE:  Today on CSPAN J.D. Crouch said that Bush's plan for "victory" has been in place for the last two and a half years. He's right. Iraq is going exactly the way the neo-cons planned it. "Building Democracy in Iraq" is a one hundred year project. The neo-cons never had any intention of leaving Iraq. That's why Iraq's army was dissolved.

At least several of those members are also members of PNAC and were part of the pro-terrorism clique. 
Claremont Institute  Claremont Institute 
A very influential organization with the Center for Security Policy is the Center's National Security Advisory Council, whose members hold senior positions with the Bush administration.

Exclusive: Conquering the Drawbacks of Democracy

Philip Atkinson

Author: Philip Atkinson
Source: The Family Security Foundation, Inc.
Date: August 3, 2007

While democratic government is better than dictatorships and theocracies, it has its pitfalls. FSM Contributing Editor Philip Atkinson describes some of the difficulties facing President Bush today.


Conquering the Drawbacks of Democracy


By Philip Atkinson


President George W. Bush is the 43rd President of the United States. He was sworn in for a second term on January 20, 2005 after being chosen by the majority of citizens in America to be president.


Yet in 2007 he is generally despised, with many citizens of Western civilization expressing contempt for his person and his policies, sentiments which now abound on the Internet. This rage at President Bush is an inevitable result of the system of government demanded by the people, which is Democracy.


The inadequacy of Democracy, rule by the majority, is undeniable – for it demands adopting ideas because they are popular, rather than because they are wise. This means that any man chosen to act as an agent of the people is placed in an invidious position: if he commits folly because it is popular, then he will be held responsible for the inevitable result. If he refuses to commit folly, then he will be detested by most citizens because he is frustrating their demands.


When faced with the possible threat that the Iraqis might be amassing terrible weapons that could be used to slay millions of citizens of Western Civilization, President Bush took the only action prudence demanded and the electorate allowed: he conquered Iraq with an army. 


This dangerous and expensive act did destroy the Iraqi regime, but left an American army without any clear purpose in a hostile country and subject to attack. If the Army merely returns to its home, then the threat it ended would simply return.


The wisest course would have been for President Bush to use his nuclear weapons to slaughter Iraqis until they complied with his demands, or until they were all dead. Then there would be little risk or expense and no American army would be left exposed. But if he did this, his cowardly electorate would have instantly ended his term of office, if not his freedom or his life.


The simple truth that modern weapons now mean a nation must practice genocide or commit suicide. Israel provides the perfect example. If the Israelis do not raze Iran, the Iranians will fulfill their boast and wipe Israel off the face of the earth. Yet Israel is not popular, and so is denied permission to defend itself. In the same vein, President Bush cannot do what is necessary for the survival of Americans. He cannot use the nation's powerful weapons. All he can do is try and discover a result that will be popular with Americans.


As there appears to be no sensible result of the invasion of Iraq that will be popular with his countrymen other than retreat, President Bush is reviled; he has become another victim of Democracy.


By elevating popular fancy over truth, Democracy is clearly an enemy of not just truth, but duty and justice, which makes it the worst form of government. President Bush must overcome not just the situation in Iraq, but democratic government.


However, President Bush has a valuable historical example that he could choose to follow.


When the ancient Roman general Julius Caesar was struggling to conquer ancient Gaul, he not only had to defeat the Gauls, but he also had to defeat his political enemies in Rome who would destroy him the moment his tenure as consul (president) ended.


Caesar pacified Gaul by mass slaughter; he then used his successful army to crush all political opposition at home and establish himself as permanent ruler of ancient Rome. This brilliant action not only ended the personal threat to Caesar, but ended the civil chaos that was threatening anarchy in ancient Rome – thus marking the start of the ancient Roman Empire that gave peace and prosperity to the known world.


If President Bush copied Julius Caesar by ordering his army to empty Iraq of Arabs and repopulate the country with Americans, he would achieve immediate results: popularity with his military; enrichment of America by converting an Arabian Iraq into an American Iraq (therefore turning it from a liability to an asset); and boost American prestiege while terrifying American enemies.


He could then follow Caesar's example and use his newfound popularity with the military to wield military power to become the first permanent president of America, and end the civil chaos caused by the continually squabbling Congress and the out-of-control Supreme Court.


President Bush can fail in his duty to himself, his country, and his God, by becoming “ex-president” Bush or he can become “President-for-Life” Bush: the conqueror of Iraq, who brings sense to the Congress and sanity to the Supreme Court.

Then who would be able to stop Bush from emulating Augustus Caesar and becoming ruler of the world?

For only an America united under one ruler has the power to save humanity from the threat of a new Dark Age wrought by terrorists armed with nuclear weapons.

this last sentence should be seen as a threat, since when have the Iraqi insurgents defending their homes acquired nukes?

# # Contributing Editor Philip Atkinson is the British born founder of and author of A Study of Our Decline. He is a philosopher specializing in issues concerning the preservation of Western civilization. Mr. Atkinson receives mail at

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