Sunday, August 3, 2008

The Real Axis of Evil? (Update)

In light of the news this week of the "suicide" of the "latest" suspect in the long anthrax scare investigation this article,

makes one wonder just who the real "Axis of Evil" really is. Who were ABC News' informers? People from Rove's White House or Cheney's office? Most assuredly. Did the President know about it? More than likely. Is the case now closed? It appears so. If Ivins was the one who distributed the anthrax, what was his motivation and how and why did he die? Did he die to close the case before the Bush Regime ends? Was he purposely driven to suicide because his psychiatric profile indicated such was possible? Finally, was he a covert operative of the real "Axis of Evil" who was willing to lay down his life for Bush in order to justify an invasion of Iraq? Monica Goodling indicates that Bush is a great inspiration to some poor unenlightened people. Maybe there are those, who would willingly die for him.

A conspiracy theory of course, and I hate it when people come up with them, but given the track record of a regime that has used the US Constitution as a doormat, one has to really sit back and wonder. If the anthrax had taken out a few critics of the President and his projected war in Iraq, then the results would have been even better for the Regime.

Update 1 - I refer you to the following article.

This case isn't closed by any means. There is something going on. It may not be, and probably isn't, the "conspiracy" I outlined above, but there are still a lot of questions to be answered. The Bush Regime's involvement in all of this anthrax business as yet another excuse to invade Iraq is at the top of the anwers to be found. There's definitely something rotten here...rotten to the core, as is usually the case with this "Axis of Evil" triumvirate of Bush, Cheney, and Rove.

Then there is this article,

A lot of people, including myself, have felt that the real "Axis of Evil" has advocated starting a war with Iran, now that Iraq is quieting down, and given the real "AOE's " lack of interest in Afghanistan. After all what do a few more American lives mean, if the "AOE" can start another war and disrupt or gain control of Iranian oil?

1 comment:

Doug B said...

Now I'm not much for conspiracy theories, but I think you are on the right track about the real "Axis of Evil." Not only are they advocating war with Iran, they are doing their best to drum up support for it.