This explains everything.

I don’t know why I didn’t think of it before, but the following image suddenly puts Bush’s rise to power and his unquenchable thirst for war and global domination into a new clarity. Remember: If you saw it on the Internet, it must be true!

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3 thoughts on “This explains everything.

  1. Terry Jones (of Monty Python fame) Sunday January 26, 2003 The Observer.

    I’m really excited by George Bush’s latest reason for bombing Iraq: he’s
    running out of patience. And so am I! For some time now I’ve been really
    pissed off with Mr Johnson, who lives a couple of doors down the street.

    Well, him and Mr Patel, who runs the health food shop. They both give me
    queer looks, and I’m sure Mr Johnson is planning something nasty for me,
    but so far I haven’t been able to discover what. I’ve been round to his
    place a few times to see what he’s up to, but he’s got everything well
    hidden. That’s how devious he is. As for Mr Patel, don’t ask me how I
    know, I just know – from very good sources – that he is, in reality, a
    Mass Murderer. I have leafleted the street telling them that if we don’t
    act first, he’ll pick us off one by one.

    Some of my neighbours say, if I’ve got proof, why don’t I go to the
    police? But that’s simply ridiculous. The police will say that they need
    evidence of a crime with which to charge my neighbours. They’ll come up
    with endless red tape and quibbling about the rights and wrongs of a
    pre-emptive strike and all the while Mr Johnson will be finalising his
    plans to do terrible things to me, while Mr Patel will be secretly
    murdering people. Since I’m the only one in the street with a decent
    range of automatic firearms, I reckon it’s up to me to keep the peace.
    But until recently that’s been a little difficult.

    Now, however, George W. Bush has made it clear that all I need to do is
    run out of patience, and then I can wade in and do whatever I want! That’s
    why I want to blow up Mr Johnson’s garage and kill his wife and children.
    Strike first! That’ll teach him a lesson. Then he’ll leave using peace
    and stop peering at me in that totally unacceptable way. Mr Bush makes it
    clear that all he needs to know before bombing Iraq is that Saddamis a
    really nasty man and that he has weapons of mass destruction – even if no
    one can find them.

    I’m certain I’ve just as much justification for killing Mr Johnson’s wife
    and children as Mr Bush has for bombing Iraq. Mr Johnson and Mr Patel
    are just the tip of the iceberg. There are dozens of other people in the
    street who I don’t like and who – quite frankly -look at me in odd ways.
    No one will be really safe until I’ve wiped them all out. My wife says I
    might be going too far but I tell her I’m simply using the same logic as
    the President of the United States. That shuts her up. Like Mr Bush,
    I’ve run out of patience, and if that’s a good enough reason for the
    President, it’s good enough for me.

    I’m going to give the whole street two weeks – no, 10 days – to come out
    in the open and hand over all aliens and interplanetary hijackers,
    galactic outlaws and interstellar terrorist masterminds, and if they don’t
    hand them over nicely and say ‘Thank you’, I’m going to bomb the entire
    street to kingdom come. It’s just as sane as what George W. Bush is
    proposing – and, in contrast to what he’s intending, my policy will
    destroy only one street.

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