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john davies
notes from a small vicar
from a parish
in Liverpool, UK

    Sunday, March 12, 2006
    A job well done
    "Thank you all very much my fellow Americans, tyrants and terrorists. The battle of Iraq still goes on. And on. The Iraqi people love their oppressors and they desire their own enslavement. Americans want nothing more than to remain to occupy and to exploit. [Crowd cheers]. With new tactics and precision weapons we can direct violence against civilians, hospitals and schools; and we will continue to hunt down babies that the United Kingdom, Australia, and Poland, and any person in the Arab world. We stand for the murder of the innocent, darkness, lies and intimidation, food, planes and missiles and heavy arms for a job well done. [Crowd cheers]. In this battle we have fought in the cause of hatred and American interests, the cold murder of children, the use of force has been, and remains, our mission. And we will stand with the new leaders of Iraq as they establish a government of, by, and for, the American armed forces. And we will stay until our work is done. And then we will leave. And we will leave behind a destroyed Iraq. May God bless you all."

    - recorded words of President Bush, compiled as a collage (or was it?) by Nick Harper on his excellent recent album, Treasure Island.