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He will enter wicked, unpleasant, infamous,
tyrannizing over Mesopotamia.
All friends made by the adulterous lady.
the land dreadful, black of aspect.
Il entrera vilain, mechant, infame
Tyannisant la Mesopotamie,
Tous amis fait d'adulterine d'ame.
Terre horrible, noir de phisonomie.

Century 8 - Quatrain 70

WAR IN IRAQ (MESOPOTAMIA).
ALSO REFERS TO BOTH WARS AND BOTH PRESIDENT BUSHS.

    W: I'm seeing something that you probably won't want to hear.
    D: Why? I hear so many strange things.
    W: So anyway, where is Mesopotamia?
    D: Oh, that's an old name. It doesn't exist any more. It was somewhere in Asia, in the--what do they call that--the fertile crescent. (I discovered later that Mesopotamia is the ancient name for Iraq.)
    W: That doesn't seem to fit in this quatrain.
    D: Why? What did you see that you thought I wouldn't want to hear?
    W: (Chuckle) Well, the tyrant would be our current President, George Bush, and that lady would be the Statue of Liberty. The country would be the United States.
    D: But it is called the "adulterous lady."
    W: Well, she has been somewhat whored out in her years. She, at one time, stood for liberty, but liberty is a word like Mesopotamia. It's a long gone word.
    D: "He will enter wicked, unpleasant, infamous, tyrannizing over Mesopotamia." That refers to Bush? But it says, "All friends made by the adulterous lady."
    W: Our allies.
    D: Then "adulterous" in that context means she wouldn't be true to them.
    W: She is not true to anybody at this point in our time.
    D: "The land dreadful and black of aspect." It doesn't sound like a very good description of the United States, does it?
    W: I told you, you wouldn't want to hear it, Dolores.
    D: Well, I try to remain neutral and not draw conclusions.
    W: A great deal of the world's woes stem from this country and this administration. This administration has just begun, but it's post-dating another that this administration was part of.
    D: Ask him, couldn't this description describe other countries in the past?
    W: It could have, but it would have been before Nostradamus' time.

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