I saw Bush's question session yesterday. He was speaking about the great change that will be happening in the world because of his present and future actions. He spoke that he will remain on the offensive.
They will continue to attack more countries in many different regions in the worlds, and they will continue to build military bases in these areas. This will go on over time, until they are ready to establish their world goverment. They are not going to rush into it like the Germans did. They will go at a fast pace, but hold back just enough to keep the illusion that they are only fighting for "freedom".
Bush said that he felt that Iraq must be handed over to the entity by the June deadline to stop suspicions about babylon's intentions. He first said he will hand it over to a new Iraqi goverment, but soon corrected himself, by only refering to it as an entity. He didn't make the mistake of calling it a government again throughout the question period.
The June handover is just an illusion, to make it appear that control is going back to the Iraqis. There is a good reason that Bush didn't want to call the entity a government, because it won't be a government. The entity will do exactly as it is told by babylon, and if they refuse, the entity will be labelled a terrorist, and babylon will hand the responsibility to another entity.
Another benefit of this entity is that Iraqi traitors that work for the entity will die while fighting the Iraqi freedom fighters, instead of babylon soldiers.
Haile Selassie I