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Bush Melt Down: So What's New?
Lord W has always been an obsessive, addictive, compromised and about to tip over the edge

Steve Watson | October 27 2005

With reports surfacing that Lord Bush is on the edge of some kind of melt down surrounding the indictments story and pressure over Iraq, we ask What's new about that? Bush has been "on the edge" all his life, that is precisely why his globalist NeoCon handlers have had him elevated to the position of President, he is malleable, compromised and easily removable should the need arise.

Of course we have all seen the infamous video of George W Bush Drunk off his face and we know about his long history of problems with alcohol. This is the first indicator of what kind of a man Bush is. He has an addictive personality, once he gets a taste for something he needs more - not good given that he has risen to a position of power.

But he is also an untreated alcoholic, he quit "on his own", prompting some doctors to speculate that Bush is what has become known as a "Dry Drunk", a state which is very stressful both physically and mentally.

On 6 July 1986 Bush gave up alcohol on his 40th birthday. As he explained it later to friends, his wife Laura had given him an ultimatum: "It's me or the bottle."

Now I'm not saying drinking is evil, I enjoy a beer like many other people, but it is the addictive and obsessive mindset combined with alcohol that makes for the road to ruin, a road which Bush has certainly spent a long time on.

In addition to the rampant alcoholism, many stories have emerged over the past five years concerning Bush's drug abuse problems.

When asked in 1999 if he’d ever used drugs, marijuana, or cocaine, Bush responded, “I’m not going to talk about what I did as a child. What I’m going to talk about and I’m going to say this consistently: It is irrelevant what I did 20-30 years ago. What’s relevant is that I learned from any mistakes that I made. I do not want to send signals to anybody that what Governor Bush did 30 years ago is cool to try.”

When the New York Daily News questioned 12 presidential candidates about whether they had ever used cocaine, Bush was the only one who refused to answer. When pressed by Washington Post reporters doing a 7-part series on his life, Bush responded “I’m not going to talk about what I did years ago. This is a game where they float rumors... and I’m not going to participate.”

Bush has continually ducked questions about his drug abuse problems, and last year it surfaced that he had regularly taken cocaine at Camp David, well into his 40s. So not only was he a user throughout his teens and twenties, it continued into later life.

Aside from the moral implications of this, cocaine use has clear medical implications. For example, it is associated with elevated risk of acquiring chronic diseases, such as viral hepatitis and sexually transmitted disease. Acutely, it can trigger cardiac or cerebro-vascular catastrophe. As with any drug it can also cause mental problems as well as physical ones in later life.

Evidence of Bush's erratic and aggressive behaviour are not new, we have seen him behave like this for years now. On many occasions he has completely lost it and literally flipped the bird to senior officials and reporters. This has been captured on film more than once.

In the Summer of 2004 Capitol Hill Blue reported that In meetings with top aides and administration officials, the President goes from quoting the Bible in one breath to obscene tantrums against the media, Democrats and others that he classifies as “enemies of the state.”

Worried White House aides have painted a portrait of a man on the edge, increasingly wary of those who disagree with him and paranoid of a public that no longer trusts his policies in Iraq or at home.

In interviews with a number of White House staffers who were willing to talk off the record, a picture of an administration under siege has emerged, led by a man who declares his decisions to be “God’s will” and then tells aides to “fuck over” anyone they consider to be an opponent of the administration.

Aides say the President gets “hung up on minor details,” micromanaging to the extreme while ignoring the bigger picture. He will spend hours personally reviewing and approving every attack ad against his Democratic opponent and then kiss off a meeting on economic issues.

“This is what is killing us on Iraq,” one aide said. “We lost focus. The President got hung up on the weapons of mass destruction and an unproven link to al Qaeda. We could have found other justifiable reasons for the war but the President insisted the focus stay on those two, tenuous items.”

These are all examples of the obsessive and addictive personality that has claimed Bush throughout his entire life, he has always been "on the edge".

In August of 2005 Bush's ferocious temper and erratic behaviour was again publicly thrust into the spotlight. White House insiders leaked the fact that Bush had "flipped out" over the anti war protesters near to his Texas ranch in Crawford.

“I’m not meeting again with that goddamned bitch,” Bush screamed at aides who suggested he meet again with Cindy Sheehan, the war-protesting mother whose son died in Iraq. “She can go to hell as far as I’m concerned!”

Bush, administration aides confide, frequently explodes into tirades over those who protest the war, calling them “motherfucking traitors.” He reportedly was so upset over Veterans of Foreign Wars members who wore “bullshit protectors” over their ears during his speech to their annual convention that he told aides to “tell those VFW assholes that I’ll never speak to them again is they can’t keep their members under control.”

His advisors seemingly have a 24 hour role of keeping Bush under control, to control his wild mood swings and dark vicious temper directed at anyone who criticizes or questions him.

Capitol Hill Blue ran another story in August stating that aides claim George W. Bush’s mood swings have become so drastic that White House emails often contain “weather reports” to warn of the President’s demeanor. “Calm seas” means Bush is calm while “tornado alert” is a warning that he is pissed at the world.

Bush's behaviour has prompted Prominent Washington psychiatrist, Dr. Justin Frank to explain Bush’s behavior as all-too-typical of an alcoholic, suffering paranoia bordering on schizophrenia, and who is still in denial:

“The pattern of blame and denial, which recovering alcoholics work so hard to break, seems to be ingrained in the alcoholic personality; it's rarely limited to his or her drinking,” he says. “The habit of placing blame and denying responsibility is so prevalent in George W. Bush's personal history that it is apparently triggered by even the mildest threat.”

Frank went on to describe Bush as a "paranoid megalomaniac" as well as a "sadist". Lyndon LaRouche later brought up the findings of Dr Frank before the Presidential debates of 2004 saying

"The as-yet unspoken, but pivotal issue to be taken up in the upcoming Presidential campaign debates between George W. Bush and John Kerry is the mental illnesses from which President Bush suffers."

Bush's past misdemeanors and long term drug abuse problems are now coming back to haunt him, not only reputation wise but also physically and mentally. (See here for evidence of serious illness on Bush's part.)

We all remember the "pretzel" incident of January 2002. Clearly this was some kind of lapse into an alcohol or drug binge which left it's mark on the President. Even the London Guardian ran a story acknowledging this.

Capitol Hill Blue went on to claim last year that Bush is taking powerful antidepressant drugs to control his erratic behavior, depression and paranoia. This may explain his occasional bruises, remember when he "fell off the bike"? We obviously cannot clarify these incidents as drug or alcohol related but we have to question them when the best they come up with is the pretzel line.

Bush is clearly no longer the articulate well spoken Yale graduate that became the Governor of Texas, he has mentally and physically declined, whilst the media ironically claim he is a President in his fitness prime, biking with Lance Armstrong and undertaking Marathon style runs.

Take a look at this video that compares Governor Bush to President Bush, the decline is startling.

Now take a look at this video of a press conference last year in which Bush is asked a question that was "not on the script". Anyone who watched the TV footage witnessed the embarrassing sight of Bush pausing for at least five seconds and saying absolutely nothing. Bush's admonition that the question should have been written 'ahead of time' (like the rest) proves that this was an impromptu question in an otherwise carefully scripted briefing. Bush cannot perform in any other form. He stumbles over his words and then just spews nonsense about Turkey farms and Mustard Gas.

Prior to September 11, jokes about George W. Bush’s questionable intelligence were the highlight of any given evening at the comedy club. Bush’s own words provided enough material to build on. Consider the following,

"I've coined new words, like, misunderstanding and Hispanically." — Radio-Television Correspondents Association dinner, Washington, D.C., March 29, 2001

"You teach a child to read, and he or her will be able to pass a literacy test.'' — Townsend, Tenn., Feb. 21, 2001

"Rarely is the question asked: is our children learning.” - Florence, SC, Jan. 11, 2000

"I think anybody who doesn't think I'm smart enough to handle the job is underestimating." — U.S. News & World Report, April 3, 2000

Since the terrorist attacks, any questioning of Bush’s mental capacity is viewed as subversive activity. If you’re a politician, you must resign immediately. If you’re a member of the public, you may be subject to an FBI investigation.

During the Presidential debates in 2004 Bush was seen to exhibit very strange behaviour. As soon as the President walked out on stage in the final debate he took on an almost messianic 'smiley' complexion which only waned towards the end of the 90 minute event.

His eyes were darting around all over the place and it appeared as though it strained him to look directly at the camera, unlike Kerry who spent most of his time talking directly into the lens.

We have to remember that Bush is in charge of nothing, he is a puppet of higher forces and his problems are a convenient distraction. The Indictments may push him over the edge, but again that will be a convenient distraction. We must stay focused not on what stupid line Bush comes out with next or some kind of phony celebration if Rove gets indicted. Bush can and will be replaced and the crimes of his Administration will continue under the guise of someone else if we do not stay focused.

So Bush is on the verge of a Meltdown, what's new?

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