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The world according to Bush

Author: Jean-François Lepetit; William Karel; Agnès Vicariot
Series: Cutting edge (Television program).
Edition/Format:   DVD video : PAL color broadcast system : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Two part series featuring interviews with US officials, CIA operatives, US journalists and prominent figures of the post-September 11 political landscape creates a disturbing portrait of President George W. Bush. The interviews reveal that Bush and his administration are committed representatives of the Christian Right. After 9 months in power and still with no defined political programme, George W. Bush found in  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Biography
Named Person: George W Bush
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Jean-François Lepetit; William Karel; Agnès Vicariot
OCLC Number: 224325132
Language Note: Some English subtitles.
Notes: Off-air recording of the SBS-TV program broadcast 20/7/04, 27/7/04. Copied under Part 5A of the Copyright Act 1968.
Colour recording system: PAL ; Region all.
Performer(s): Producers, Agnes Vicariot and Jean-Francois Lepetit.
Event notes: Broadcast on SBS Television, 20 July 2004 and 27 July 2004.
Description: 1 videodisc (94 min.) : sd., col. with b&w. sequences ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD.
Contents: Pt. 1 --
pt. 2.
Series Title: Cutting edge (Television program).
Other Titles: Cutting edge (Television program)
Responsibility: a film by William Karel ; produced by Agnès Vicariot, Jean-François Lepetit.

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Two part series featuring interviews with US officials, CIA operatives, US journalists and prominent figures of the post-September 11 political landscape creates a disturbing portrait of President George W. Bush. The interviews reveal that Bush and his administration are committed representatives of the Christian Right. After 9 months in power and still with no defined political programme, George W. Bush found in September 11 the best pretext for declaring war on Iraq and terrorism and for taking on a mission of a lifetime. Himself a radical reborn Christian, a neo-conservative and supportive of Zionist policy, Bush and his operation would definitely serve Israel and settle the USA as controller in the Arab Middle East. Yet to justify his move and get the American people's approval, the Bush government had to implicate - and discredit - United Nations members, political experts, journalists and diplomats alike all around the Western world.

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