Voice of the White House, June 10-14, 2004

In recent past issues, we have carried comments from a reporter assigned to the White House press corps. Some of these remarks, most especially one about Bush’s physical and mental problems, drew an enormous number of viewers and hundreds of inquiries, most especially from foreign press entities. The reporter advised us by email that there was rampant fury in the White House and security was becoming very tight. As a result of this, he decided to lay low for a few weeks and see how the wind was blowing. Yesterday, he sent us the following material which we are now posting. Some of it is outrageous in the extreme but to date, no one has proven him wrong. Our source was the first to expose and we were the first to make public, the accusations that the President of the United States was a man that suffered from serious psychological problems. Since our initial publication of what we call the Madness of King George, there has been increasing interest in the subject and herewith, we present additional input from both inside and outside the White House.

June 9-10, 2004 “One of my more important contacts inside the Monkey Palace here is a relatively innocent clerk-typist who is being courted by a White House security agent. In order to impress her, he has been talking. Unfortunately, someone got wind of his loose mouth and he has been reassigned elsewhere. Apparently, threats against the President’s health and safety are reaching incredible proportions. He could not attend his daughter’s graduations because of “heightened security concerns” and a correspondent from Italy notes that Bush had massive security while in that country.

The Vatican security people said that they had to strongly increase their measures following strident demands from the Secret Service, when Bush visited the Pope and that the latter viewed Bush as “not quite normal” and a “most unpleasant personage.”

Bush apparently tried to bully the Pope who responded in public, admonishing him for his actions and insisting on US withdrawal from Iraq. As is well-known, the Pentecostal President detests Catholics, calling them, among other things, “Whores of Babylon.”

The crooked Italian Prime Minister will now permit the stationing of US troops and aircraft in his country (the Turks are fighting shy of this) but asked for, and got, a bribe for doing so. Public sentiment in Italy is strongly opposed to the lunatic and dangerous Bush policies and growing. They do not want another Madrid bombing in their country and Italian papers view Bush as a “disturbed and disturbing” person.

Bush is going to remove troops from South Korea. Washington and Seoul denied this at the time but the NYT ran an article that the 2nd US Division would be transferred to Iraq. There were a number of official qualifiers but the message is clear: If the troops now involved in the occupation of Iraq are not rotated very soon, there is every reason to expect outbreaks of mutiny among their ranks.

We have input from local papers across the country that states that recruitment has dropped off 90%.

On the way to the Georgia conference, Bush said on his plane, and was overheard: ‘I know I am being tested. You know God has placed me in the White House to do his will and now it looks like a bunch of evil Satanists are ganging up on me. They will pay for this, believe me. When I get reelected, and God will guarantee this, these sons of bitches will pay for disputing me. I don’t care what these liberal faggots say about our mistreatment of terrorists. These are idol worshippers and they are trying to hurt us. Can’t the people see that I am protecting them?’ This is a quote taken from a clandestine pocket tape recorder. My source, a senior clerk, told me several times that Bush is becoming so erratic and explosive that his staff is trying to keep out of sight, even in the White House.

Some random comments: Old-time White House staffers have told me recently that Reagan was a very decent and genuinely friendly person. I personally deplore his politics but as a man, he was so far above this one as to be a farce. Rove has been angling for the widow Reagan to stump for George but is beginning to discover that the entire family, and most of the Reagan friends and co-workers are either disgusted by Bush or actually detest him. They see him as a complete phony who uses his hyped up religious views to get votes. [Redacted] told me she thought Bush was really not religious because his “language was so foul around women” that no real Christian would ever think or talk in that manner.

It is very difficult to convey an opinion in print but I will make an effort. George Bush, the President, is one of the meanest, vindictive men I have ever met. Initially, when everything was going his way, the atmosphere of the White House was one of triumph and euphoria but now that Bush’s past deeds are about to crush him, he has reverted to what he was before he stopped boozing: a mean and spiteful person, given to a foul mouth and expressing really vulgar contempt for anyone and everyone who dares to cross him. Example: When Gore gave a strong and effective anti-Bush speech a few months ago, I heard Bush say (at a distance but he doesn’t care who hears his outbursts) “Who the fuck cares what that shithead thinks? They should have stuck him in the funny farm instead of his crazy dumb ass wife.” That is a direct quote. Rove is not much better either. Both of them remind me of a couple of interior decorators swinging their purses at a rival. They both give me the creeps and I am not the only one around the Monkey Palace to think, and now talk, that way.

Considering his gay contacts at Yale (a notorious black drag queen was one of them) Bush is projecting badly here. I think Hannibal Lecter would make a better president than this one.

If the vicious and stupid neo cons who instigated all of this crap are so determined on having their wars, why not draft them and ship them all off to Baghdad? It would be a sheer delight to see a picture of a barbequed Wolfowitz, in bits and pieces, dangling from a bridge.”

Earlier reports:
Voice of the White House – May 31 to June 4, 2004

Voice of the White House May 31, 2004

Voice of the White House

Notes from Inside the White House

Controlling the News: Notes from Inside the White House

Voice of the White House: Controlling the News Part 38