“Time is the fire in which we burn…
It’s like a predator. It’s stalking you. Oh, you can try and outrun it with doctors, medicines, new technologies. But in the end, time is going to hunt you down and make the kill.”
Malcolm McDowell (as Dr. Tolian Soran), Star Trek: Generations, 1994.
Generations was one of my favorite Star Trek movies (yes, I watch Star Trek. And I am married. And I get some action once in a while. Sometimes my wife watches it with me. So there). “Generations” is the movie where they kill off Kirk. But Kirk comes back to life so they have to go back and kill him again.
“Time” is a constant theme throughout the movie. I was thinking about “time” as I heard of George H.W. Bush’s recent medical episode. Now, of course, I don’t wish ill upon Mr. Bush or anyone else for that matter. Daddy Bush can’t die yet. He hasn’t been brought to justice.
Here’s a snippit of Daddy’s great accomplishments (according to the Cartoon News Network):
Bush, 90, served as the nation’s 41st President and is the father of 43rd President George W. Bush.
Before becoming President, Bush “senior” served as vice president under Ronald Reagan.
He is also a former Navy pilot and flew 58 combat missions in World War II in the Pacific.
Bush was shot down once but was rescued by U.S. sailors, according to his White House biography. He received the Distinguished Flying Cross.
Bush became known for his declaration that the United States should become “a kinder and gentler nation.”
Before going into politics, Bush worked in the Texas oil industry.
C.N.N. Forgot to mention that Daddy (former C.I.A. director) helped orchestrate the lies which led to the first Iraq war (remember Kuwaiti babies being thrown from incubators?). He killed thousands of civilians. He arranged for the bin Laden family (with whom he is friends with and was meeting with) to be spirited out of the United States on September 11, 2001, despite the ban on air travel.
As C.I.A. director, he ran drugs into the United States.
Like his fellow war criminals, he’s got a lot to answer for.
Unfortunately, for billions of people around the planet, time swooping in and making the kill may be the only justice N.W.O. stalwarts David Rockefeller, Henry Kissinger, George Soros, George Herbert Walker Bush and Richard Penis Cheney ever see. While Cheney isn’t in the octogenarian-plus category of the war criminals, his body is filled with spare parts and they have to give out sometime. See, that’s what happens when you smoke several packs of cigarettes a day. But i digress.
There is still hope for the other great war criminals of our time: Lil’ George, Colin Powell, Donald Rumsfeld, Condaleeza Rice, Paul Wolfowitz, John Yoo, John Ashcroft…it’s a long list. And that’s just the actors from the Iraq war. Obama and Netenyahu are certain to end up before an international tribunal. Somewhere. Some time. As are their colonial servants around the world (Harper, Cameron, Abbott, Merkel, etc.)
I am as pissed off as anyone else about the terrorists we have in public office calling themselves presidents and prime ministers. But I don’t advocate violence on our side. Because, as our fictional Dr. Soran said, time will take care of things for us. Hopefully sooner, rather than later.