George W. Bush: “Alter boy”
The Newsweek caption under the old picture of H. W. Bush’s family attending church says, “George Sr. once taught Sunday school and George W. was an alter [sic] boy.”
The spelling error is perhaps the only truthful thing in this article by Howard Fineman (March 10,2003) which proclaims that the Bush presidency is “the most resolutely faith-based” in modern times, “an enterprise founded, supported and guided by trust in the temporal and spiritual power of God.”
George W. Bush may still be an “alter” boy.
“Alters” are mind-controlled personalities. Illuminati families like the Bushes subject their children to mind control. They worship Satan and brainwash their children by subjecting them to severe traumatic experiences, such as torture or witnessing the murder of a baby. At these times the mind disassociates and splinters into different personalities that can be programmed and recalled. These personalities are called “alters.”
Only a mind controlled “alter” could manage the brazen hypocrisy, deceit and blasphemy required to identify his foul, murderous policies with the will of God.
Boris Savinkov once explained how difficult it was to get a real Christian to kill.
Savinkov was the leader of a Bolshevik terror squad responsible for the deaths of dozens of high Tsarist officials. When he tried to make a bomb-throwing terrorist out of former Tsarist officers he found they had courage and fanaticism but were restrained by something else.
“From childhood they had been brought up in the Christian concept that “Thou shalt not kill!” And although many of them were now hardened by years of war and revolutionary violence, when it came to murdering someone in cold blood something in them rebelled!” (Geoffrey Bailey, “The Conspirators” 1959, p.74)
But George Bush is no Christian. Never was. He is an illustration of how the Illuminati assume the mantle of Christianity to disguise their diabolical intentions and discredit God. Iraq is about oil, Zionism and world tyranny. Bush’s pious drivel and Newsweek’s hosannas fool no one.
The whole world is appalled.