Bush and his insane beliefs

Now that former President Bush is no longer in the White House, his ability to control public opinion has waned, and frightening new facts are being revealed that demonstrate the kind of fanatical, dangerous ideas George believed in. When trying to form his coalition shortly before the war, Bush spoke to French president Jacques Chirac, informing him the forces of Apocalypse were amassing in the Middle East. He said that:

“This confrontation is willed by God, who wants to use this conflict to erase his people’s enemies before a New Age begins”

The story has now been confirmed by Chirac, who was disturbed by Bush’s view. He wondered how anyone could have such a naive and disturbing world view. This was the most powerful man in the world, literally believing Gog and Magog were gathering their armies in preparation of the Second Coming of Christ. It’s absolutely insane. Bush isn’t the only president to believe so strongly in God. Reagan had similar views, believing that within his presidency a mushroom cloud would engulf Israel. He was often noted as being giddy when thinking about the possibility of the Rapture.

The most important position in the world is being arbitrarily given to men of little intellect, who literally believe in the fairy tales of religion. In fact, the ability to become president is contingent on the fact the candidate must believe in Jesus, and all the baggage that belief comes with. Men of reason, moral fiber and free thought are not welcome here. Instead, they want candidates who believe the world will end in a fiery war that will consume all of mankind. How fucking insane is that?

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