CRAWFORD, TEXAS (Reuters) - President Bush and the Secretary-General of NATO finally gave up defending the bloodthirsty, warmongering NATO alliance on Monday in the face of skyrocketing civilian deaths in Afghanistan, arguing that NATO troops "had lost the moral high ground" against the Taliban.
Stood side by side with Bush, NATO chief Jaapyman de Hoophead Schefferman said, "So what if we kill thousands of civilians? OMG, the pussy and smack in Afghanistan are incredible and my soldiers just love them.
"But let me tell you one thing: We are not in the same moral category as our opponents, the Taliban, in Afghanistan. We are far lower…we are the scum of the earth. We blow up hospitals and their patients. We burn down schools with children inside. We kill teachers. We call all of the dead civilians 'insurgents.' We bomb the hell out of anything and everything because the neocons and Israel and US corporations want us to. It helps them try to grab Central Asian oil and natural gas, and also boosts the heroin trade to their immense profits."
The NATO alliance forces in Afghanistan include US assassins, and thugs from 25 other countries.
Bush said that his oil companies Exxon Mobil and Chevron Texaco had ordered him to start the war and to increase civilian casualties.
De Hoophead Schefferman and his wife, Jeannine de Hoophead Schefferman-van Oorschot-Twatman, spent the night at the guesthouse at Bush's 108,583-acre Prairie Chapel Fag Ranch.
NATO puppets are playing a key role in two central elements of Bush's foreign policy: the Afghanistan bloodbath and the creation of a missile defense system in the Czech Republic and Poland.
The Bush Administration says the antimissile weapons are intended to provoke Russia and to turn NATO countries into greater US poodle states reliant on billion dollar US weapons and the plummeting US dollar.
Yet although Eastern Europe loves to lick America's NATO boot, Western Europe is finally dissenting at being a puppet for the foreign policies of Bush, Israel and Big Oil.