Fifty-one percent of the World Bank is owned by the US treasury Robbing third world countries out all they resources and equity When Afghanistan was fighting the Russians Reagan and Bush gave Bin Laden weapons and told him get to bussin We even called 'em freedom fighters Financed the cost with CIA imported cocaine That whole Iran Contra Scandal, niggas took the blame Started a war on drugs Meanwhile Russia's defeated, America thinks more oil for us Take over, set up a public government, Arabs ain't bearing it So the same freedom fighters, George W. call 'em terrorists Poetic justice, payback's a bitch, these fuckin hypocrites Like Bill O'Reilly, right-wingers deserve what they get Rush Limbaugh, drug addict, Giuliani, sex scandal I wanna thank white supremacists then show you how my tech's handled My neck's nano-technologically designed It spits SARS to all you stupid ass execs that capital resigned.
A powerful image. The compassionate christian catastrophe corps on the march. Daddy's puppet-in-chief in command.
Looking back - The terror attack on NYC and DC achieved the goal - Making the USA vengeful and repressive. I hope America will evolve back into the Rock and Roll nation it used to be, but the Bush era has defined the future.
When did you do this? This looks damn near EXACTLY like a painting I envisioned years ago but for some reason never completed it. The bodies, the orange explosion lit sky, the flag, he's even in the exact pose and direction I had in mind, even the cufflinks! The CUFFLINKS! It's brilliant! If you did this after 2006, you channeled my mind dude... It's as amazing, gruesome, and scary as I would have done if not even better. All ya need is the Sith theme playing as you look at it. I've been disappointed that I didn't do it but now it's ok, I see someone brought it to life.
Thank you very much! I completed this painting October 2006. I woke up one morning and heard yet another news report of sectarian violence in Baghdad and got so upset that I had to express how I felt about this pointless war and all the strife it caused.
The picture is well done. the subject? well, I think he was just a well-meaning, Right-wing, Idiot jackass who did what he thought was right but, like Warren G. Harding he was taken advantage of by his less-moral "friends" ( Dick Cheney For instance)
I have a cousin who worked in the White House in Ronald Reagan's 2nd term and George Bush's 1st term, met him and George W. And got to know what kind of people they are. He OWNS this, he owns all the mess he's made and even more that most people don't know about.
This is an epic picture. To someone like me who loves war and thinks a true leader shouldn't be a pussy (like the current US president and basically all of France's leaders, apart from Napoleon), this is definitely one president of the US that I like.
Bush killed many innocent only to get more oil and $, he was lying and he should be in jail with all his friends -Thank you for this drawing, you show how the world would have been better without him, your drawing represent how he killed innocent only for his own interest.
Thank you very much. You're right, the objective of this painting is to portray Bush as the bumbling, overreaching megalomaniac that he is. He has had no regard for the long-term implications of his actions, nor for the thousands of lives he has destroyed in a military campaign that had as much to do with the Germans sinking the Lusitania as it did with 9/11.
because of those things most of the world hates USA even my country, sorry guys, Bush's mining companies are destroying our lands and stealing all the resourses, i have seen with my own eyes how they use lots more of water than its allowed, and how they use prohibited substances to remove minerals that destroys the land and water, i have seen dead animals near mines and they pay 50 bucks for them, so ecologysts cant find them, also, they use corruption on the goverment to avoid paying taxes and beeing controled, there are lots of towns where people are dying because they don have water, because of diferent deseases caused for the polution, there are kids that almost cant walk and lots of people with different kinds of cancer, as you see, war its not his only legacy, anyway, its a great pic, very critic
I only have a couple questions: "How many people did Al Quida murder on September 11?" and "How can the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan be unjustified?" When someone murders another person they deserve to be killed, this is what's known as "justice"... you liberals need to learn the definition. Side note: Even though I don't agree with the message, it was a very well done painting.
Saddam was a terrible leader and cause a lot of pain to his people, But he didnt destroyed the twin towers .... he never had "weapons of mass destruction" ... all he had was oil that some guys with power wanted to ... and I still think the S11 was a internal crime commited by citizens of USA ...
Al Qaeda was in Afghanistan ... Not in Iraq. There wasnt a war against terrorism or a fight for freedom, was only for make some oil barons more rich...
Bush is the worst thing that could happen to USA and the world... George Washington should squirms of revulsion and shame in his grave
Right... Saddam "didn't" have WMDs... remember the Kurds? Saddam gassed his own people in the middle '90s. There are, also, satellite images of trucks leaving unregistered factories, for Iran, the week before the UN was scheduled to inspect them (in 2002). Saddam has been supplying weapons to Islamic terrorist groups the entire time he's been in power of his Jihadist regime. He may not have flown the planes into the towers, and Pentagon, but he did supply (and support) the extremists.
Al-Quida does exist in Iraq... it's the biggest group we were fighting in that country. Not only does it exist in Iraq... it exists in, almost, every country... we've even found sleeper-cells in the US.
And one more thing: what proof do you have to back up the idiotic, inane, liberal-crackpot, stupid, anti-logical claim that the US was responsible for the 9/11 attacks?
YOU DON'T!!! It's nothing but a child-like fantasy.
Also, learn to spell, use correct grammar, and punctuation.
ahhh my little boy... english is not my firs language and i don have interest in learn a little more just to make you happy... and yeah! Bush invaded irak and send thousands to american soldiers to die bcause he want to help the kurds... and AlQaeda are in everywhere... (especially where you can find oil)
and i have child fantasies...
"We were fighting" Just curious... you went to fight to Irak?
Nope. I'm not in the Armed Services. I did join the Marines but got medically discharged before I went to basic training. My brother is a Marine, my best friend is a Marine, I have two friends in the Army. One of my friends just spent a few months in Afghanistan getting shot at by the people we're working to liberate.
Al Quida doesn't care about oil... all they want to do is to murder every single non-Muslim in the world. That's what we're fighting. We aren't fighting to more barrels of Crude, we're fighting to end terrorism. It's either us or them... there's no other option, we have find the insurgents and either capture them or kill them.
You can't say that Bush sent them to die without recognizing the fact that more soldiers died in Obama's first year of presidency than in the previous four years combined. He's taking away their bullets. My friend that was in Afghanistan is an artillery operator and they took away all their shells... the only things they have to fire are four flares. Artillery operators are also one of the first targets for the jihadists to murder.
We didn't go into Iraq because of the Kurds... we went there because we knew Saddam had WMDs... we knew this because he used them on the Kurds. We also knew that he was openly supplying weapons to Al Quida and Hamas. The only thing I disagree with Bush on (concerning Iraq) is the fact that he didn't declare war... we shouldn't have gone without a declaration. Although it was Congress that wouldn't sign off on a declaration of war because they're pawns of the UN.
Also, I don't doubt that there were Americans involved in the 9/11 attacks... but those Americans (if there were any) were part of Al Quida, not the US government.
Black-WynterFeatured By OwnerApr 11, 2010Hobbyist Traditional Artist
When I saw this I started to cry because of the people on the pile of rubble All the details you include pretty much equal what he is...And his eyes creep me out and remind me of the devil.... :/ But the piece is very well done, such talent