Friday, March 26, 2004

It's official ... Bush attempting to take over world

In a speech on Friday President Bush calls for government subsidized internet access (CNN):

"We ought to have universal, affordable access to broadband technology by the year 2007," Bush said in a speech focusing mostly on homeownership. "And then we ought to make sure that as soon as possible thereafter consumers have plenty of choices..."

...There is already a fund that subsidizes telephone service in rural areas and for those who cannot afford it. Policymakers have debated whether the Universal Service Fund should also subsidize Internet access to American homes.


So much for the free market.

However, this is the sure sign that Bush is trying to take over the world. Clearly, he's read the Top 100 things I'd do if I became an Evil Overlord suggestion list. Item #100 clearly states:

100. Finally, to keep my subjects permanently locked in a mindless trance, I will provide each of them with free unlimited Internet access.

Perhaps beneficially for the rest of us, he doesn't seem to have gotten the hang of the rest of the "suggestions" such as:

61. If my advisors ask "Why are you risking everything on such a mad scheme?", I will not proceed until I have a response that satisfies them.

Frankly, the oldman considers this conclusive evidence. If that weren't enough however, read here at CNN how Bush is pissing off China over Taiwan.

The terse statement was issued by the Chinese Foreign Ministry after the White House commended the "successful conclusion" of Taiwan's election while acknowledging that legal challenges to President Chen Shui-bian's tumultuous win remain...

Chen is disliked by the Beijing government because he refuses to work toward a union between the two sides. His victory Saturday was largely ignored by the mainland, which dismissed it as an election for a "Taiwan area leader."

The ministry's statement, read during state television's noon newscast, condemned Washington's gesture as a diplomatic betrayal of sorts.


And about how the neo-con's are still pushing for "Baghdad and Beyond" featured in FPIF and IRC a program that is working toward:

Two months prior to the Iraq invasion, Undersecretary of State for Arms Control John Bolton, an early associate of PNAC and a former AEI vice president, traveled to Jerusalem to meet with Ariel Sharon. Bolton promised Sharon that the Iraq offensive would be just the first of the disarmament wars, declaring that “it will be necessary to deal with threats from Syria, Iran, and North Korea afterwards.”

...With their front groups in place for regime change in Iran, Syria, and Lebanon, and having secured bipartisan support for their democratization resolutions, the neocons are leading the nation down the same path that has led to quagmire in Iraq.


Not to mention how the oldman has reported the neo-cons still haven't ended their ambitions for regime change in North Korea at all costs at the very same time that America's position has been weakened.

Sounds like a play for world conquest to the oldman. So it's official. It's no longer President Bush, it's Evil Overlord Bush. :-)

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