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Friday, October 14, 2005

Damn, President Jr had delusions of Grandeur going back to January 2003

But, it appears that unlike his public, kissy-face Hold The Leader's Hand For A Stroll Down A Deserted Pathway performance with Saudi Arabia's Head bigshot, President Jr was saying one thing publicly, and another thing privately

George Bush told Tony Blair shortly before the invasion of Iraq that he intended to target other countries, including Saudi Arabia, which, he implied, planned to acquire weapons of mass destruction.

Mr Bush said he "wanted to go beyond Iraq in dealing with WMD proliferation, mentioning in particular Saudi Arabia, Iran, North Korea, and Pakistan," according to a note of a telephone conversation between the two men on January 30 2003.

The note is quoted in the US edition, published next week, of Lawless World, America and the Making and Breaking of Global Rules, by the British international lawyer Philippe Sands. The memo was drawn up by one of the prime minister's foreign policy advisers in Downing Street and passed to the Foreign Office, according to Mr Sands.

In September 2003, the Guardian reported that Saudi Arabia had embarked on a strategic review that included acquiring nuclear weapons. Until then, the assumption in Washington was that Saudi Arabia was content to remain under the US nuclear umbrella despite the worsening relationship between Riyadh and Washington.

All those dreams of glory, all that chest pounding in an interview with Tim Russert, where President Jr kept spouting off to himself that "I'm a war President", and it turns out that W wanted to hit at countries he later kissed up to for aid in the so-called "War On Terrorists"

This President has shown, once again, that he's NOT trustworthy, not in the least.


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