Jun 24, 2009

Astrology revisits Bush Sr at the 1988 RNC

In his acceptance address at the 1988 Republican National Convention, George H. W. Bush called for a lot and promised a lot.

On the evening of August 18, 1988 at the Superdome in New Orleans, LA, we were ostensibly brightened by his "thousand points of light" and enthused by his promise that though Congress would push him again and again - and again - he would say, "Read my lips: no new taxes."

(I remember the wild applause that little ditty elicited!) Click link for the text of Bush's address along with audio players available, if you'd rather hear him intone.

Other grand remarks were made in his 1988 address, other firm statements were proffered in order to assure the American people of his patriotism and his "respect for common sense" to which he added that "...I have no great love for the imaginings of social planners. I like what's been tested and found to be true."

Whaa-a-a? No love for social planners like the global power elite and their chaos-promoting financial crises and shock doctrines? How about their wars, genocides as population control, and resource plunderings that decimate whole communities and races?

Do your global domination plans not qualify as 'social planning'?

Seems Mr. Bush Sr was prevaricating especially considering that shortly after 1988 he was calling for a New World Order!



This video is but 33 seconds' long and you'll find longer versions on YouTube quite easily. But I figured 33 secs were quite long enough to make a point, or a thousand of them, if you prefer.

Bush states his determination toward success in the video...in his 1988 address he ambiguously stated, "I will keep America moving forward, always forward -- for a better America, for an endless enduring dream and a thousand points of light.

This is my mission. And I will complete it."

And now others carry forward the agend of the NWO.

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