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Subject: Candid Bush and Blair- When two power-blind dunces have a
conversation

Date: Monday, July 17, 2006 11:09:49 [View Source]

'Sounds like they don't like Kofi Annan meddling in
their "plans."


"What about Kofi Annan? I dont like the sequence of
it. His attitude is basically ceasefire and everything
else happens," said Bush.

"What does he think? He thinks if Lebanon turns out
fine, if he gets a solution in Israel and Palestine,
Iraq goes in the right way, he's done it. That's what
this whole things about. It's the same with Iran,"
added Blair.
===============Bush's Mideast anger caught on open microphone
Published: 7/17/2006

http://www.turkishpress.com/news.asp?id=133923


SAINT PETERSBURG - US President George W. Bush said
Monday that he was sending US Secretary of State
Condoleezza Rice to the Middle East "soon" and that
militants attacking Israel must "stop doing this
s**t."
He just didn't know that anyone could hear him.
But an open microphone at the Group of Eight summit
leaders lunch captured every word as he and British
Prime Minister Tony Blair candidly hashed over global
events.
Bush, chomping on a piece of bread and calling for a
diet Coke, confided that "Condi's going to go pretty
soon." He did not specify where, but she was expected
to go to the Middle East when a UN team returns later
this week.
Blair offered to go himself if "she needs the ground
prepared as it were," explaining that the stakes for
him would be lower: "If she goes out she's got to
succeed, as it were, whereas I can just go out and
talk."
"The irony is, what they need to do is get Syria to
get Hezbollah to stop doing this s**t, and it's over,"
Bush replied without specifying who "they" are.
The president's remarks were caught at the G8 summit's
official television network, which filmed the leaders
having lunch.
The recording picked up as Bush, apparently expected
to make remarks, declared: "I'm just going to make it
up. I'm not going to talk too damn long like the rest
of them. Some of these guys talk too long."
The president and Blair also seemed to express
frustration about UN Secretary General Kofi Annan,
with Bush suggesting that Annan thinks that a
ceasefire by itself will resolve the conflict.
"What about Kofi Annan? I dont like the sequence of
it. His attitude is basically ceasefire and everything
else happens," said Bush.
"What does he think? He thinks if Lebanon turns out
fine, if he gets a solution in Israel and Palestine,
Iraq goes in the right way, he's done it. That's what
this whole things about. It's the same with Iran,"
added Blair.
But Blair also cautioned that "the thing that is
really difficult is you can't stop this unless you get
this international presence agreed," an apparent
reference to the G8 leaders' call for UN consideration
of an international security force in Lebanon.
And Bush said he wanted to tell "Kofi to get on the
phone with (Syrian President Bashar al) Assad and make
something happen. We're not blaming Israel and we're
not blaming the Lebanese government."
After Blair told him that he's working "on this trade
thing" -- presumably stalled global trade talks --
Bush expressed concern: "I just want some movement.
Yesterday I didn't see much movement. The desire to
move."
Bush also made quite a bit of small talk with other
leaders about how long it takes to get home after a
summit like this.
"I gotta leave by 2:15. They want me out of town so
they can free up your security forces," he said,
apparently to Russian President Vladimir Putin, who
was not seen.
"This is your neighborhood -- doesn't take you long to
get home," he told another leader, who was off camera.
"Russia's a big country, you're a big country," he
told another. "Gotta go home. Got something to do
tonight."
07/17/2006 14:36 GMT



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