Voice of the White House July 15 & 16, 2004

In previous issues, we 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.

July 15, 2004: “The Monkey Palace” is taking on the aspects of a gay bar at frantic hour. The inclusion of Edwards on the Kerry ticket, the plummeting Bush poll numbers, the imminence of a raging civil war in Iraq, the growing defections of “Willing Coalition” members and on and on are turning this place into a muted mad house. Bush is, according to [redacted], gobbling tranquilizers and screaming at anything that moves. The latest bit of lunacy is this business about cancelling the election in November because of trumped up “terrorist” charges. They dragged out the dimbulb, Ridge, to propose that, because he “knew” there would be “terrorist” disruptions of the election, that it ought to be postponed for a “safer time.” If that ever happened, the mobs would be carrying Bush’s head on a pike up and down Pennsylvania Avenue to the cheers of thousands and finally, someone with some sense realized that this just would not work like the last Florida rip-off so they quickly pretended that it was all “a misunderstanding” and want the rest of us to forget about it.

This place is guarded like Fort Knox. There are more anti-antiaircraft rockets, machine guns, snipers and electronic snooping gear on the White House roof than at Aberdeen Proving Ground. In contrast to the Administration’s strange lethargy prior to 9/11, the standing orders are that the President must be notified immediately of any “potentially hostile” aircraft entering into Washington Defense Zone airspace at which time, Bush will rush frantically down to the air raid bunker and close the bank vault- thick steel door behind him. Cheney will probably have a fatal heart attack down in his own bunker [a farting mouse could also cause this, so bad off is our de facto President’s disintegrating pump these days] and the government will be run [into the ground] by the Likud boys. The RNC has teams out trying to find out if Edwards ever had sex with the mother of his own children or has overdue library books and Bush is looking at maps of North Korea in his Map Room! The general public would not believe how scary things are here, no matter how hard you try to alert them. I am planning to write a book about all of this, providing

I don’t get caught talking out of school and it will be very successful, believe me. Some of the help here are most cooperative because not all of them are rabid Jesus freaks and view the White House as a very weird and dangerous place to work. And oddly enough, a number are grossly offended [as am I] about enforced staff prayer meetings and the omnipresent pictures of Jesus, the Destroyer of all Muslims and Democrats, glaring at you from every office wall.”

July 16, 2004: “The brass here is delighted that they were able to arm-twist a compliant Congress into postponing the release of a Congressional report on who knew what and when until after the election. Their aim is to throw just enough doubt into the very valid belief that George W. Bush was given false information about WMD to influence the undecided voter [both of them]. This is pure crap and everyone around here knows it. Bush demanded “any information” that would bolster his drive to war and refused to accept anything less. George W., by the way, is the source for the miserable tortures in Iraqi jails. It went from Bush, who wanted wholesale shootings of prisoners, through Rumsfeld, who toned it down, to the troops. Both of these jokers are guilty as hell of fostering a deliberate U.S. policy of violations of the Geneva Convention. Their rationale? We are all-powerful and no one will dare to contradict us.

Also, they believe, the American people are divided into two distinct groups: the Good People who are all ultra right wingers, the Jesus freaks who are insane and the business world that expects complete support from Bush. [In exchange for huge bribes] And then there is the other side, the Bad People, composed, as they see it, of Muslims, queers, left wing idiots, niggers (oh yes, that word is occasionally heard in the Monkey Palace), sociopaths, secular humanists, Catholics, feminists and anyone and any group that does not realize that George W. Bush was called to the Monkey Palace by God Almighty and who serves at God’s personal command. Anyone, they reason (!) that questions Bush, Cheney, Rove and a legion of the damned, questions God and for that reason, must be put into camps, reeducated and disenfranchised.

If you think this is some kind of rant, believe me, I hear it almost every day. And anyone who does not believe me, ought to see our beloved Prez shuffling around here, eyes glaring and mouth turned down to realize that his not-so-secret plans for the rest of us would make Hitler look like Mother Teresa. One of the outraged staffers said this morning that ‘Bush is a man against whom God has witnessed.’ One of Bush’s less appealing traits is his refusal to admit that he was wrong. Bush is a chronic and dismal failure, even now. He was a failure in school, in business, in the military [where he was 86’ed from flying because of his public use of drugs and alcohol, and in his personal life. Now that he claims to have found God, he cannot be wrong on anything. If he actually came to grips with the very obvious fact that his entire life was a study in failure and rejection, he would probably slip his rail and be found talking to himself in his Fuhrerbunker. ”

For more reports from inside the White House see:

Voice of the White House July 10, 2004

Voice of the White House June 28, 2004

Washington Shrink Calls Bush a “Paranoid, Sadistic Meglomaniac”

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

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

Voice of the White House, May 31, 2004

Bush’s Erratic Behaviour Worries White House Aides

Voice of the White House May 24, 2004

The White House Responds!

Controlling the News: Notes from Inside the White House

Notes from a White House insider

Controlling the News April 8, 2004