OBAMA SWORN IN AS... 'W O R L D' PRESIDENT!
PRESIDENT OF THE WORLD?
The stars have aligned for radical liberals worldwide. America’s Barack Obama is positioning himself to become the world’s first de facto president. Just a short time ago he was a mere college professor opining on important issues such as health care, education and poverty in the United States. ~ Ashley Stinnet - Audio - Video
Now, he is taking on more daunting issues such as a “new world order” in the form of foreign appeasement and the surrender of the United States currency to foreign dictators.
Didn’t he look comfy this week in the big chair with the gavel? It was frighteningly emperor-esque.
Obama’s latest dysfunctional escapade came this week in front of a worldwide audience at the U.N. General Assembly Hall in New York City. As Obama proudly proclaimed that “America will no longer be looked at as a go at it alone nation” world leaders sat and chuckled. Certainly this was a hoorah moment for every anti-Israeli in the crowd.
The truth is Obama’s message was the same song sung over and over again by liberal Democrats who view America as the world’s problem. This was America’s apology tour part deux again on display in front of the world, only this time in a more condescending and arrogant persona.
Since taking office, Barack Obama has surrendered much of America’s national security in the form of weak foreign policies and radical appeasement. Recent headlines have even shown us that Afghanistan is on the verge of total collapse.
This week was no different. The U.N. Security Council passed a resolution professing the end of a world with nuclear weapons. Yea, right.
Obama and the “do-gooders” honestly feel the world will sit idly by and hope that Iran’s despot Mahmoud Ahmadinejad will comfortably abide by any resolutions or sanctions from Western leaders.
Do Obama and the rest of the naïve world believe that tough words work against psychopath’s intent on destroying entire countries? The majority of Americans who still remember 9-11 don’t.
Again, the purpose of Obama’s presidency is not to change how the world looks at America, but how Americans look at America. He needs a badly divided nation.
With the Obama administration open to a new world currency, Americans can start pinning a date on their calendars when it is official; America will end its global power. In fact, a lot of financial and economic experts are already warming up the engines for the first plane ride out of town.
Within the last few days Americans have been witnessing more radical initiatives by the United Nations aimed at solving world issues.
Take for instance that Obama adviser and former Carter Administration Security Adviser, Zbigniew Brzezinski has suggested that the U.S. shoot down Israeli jets should they take action against Iran’s nuclear build-up.
The biblical and prophecy scholars have to be jumping up and down in disgust as the Bible clearly spells out that “all nations” will turn on Israel in the final days. Even if you are not one who follows religion all of this translates into a real mess not only for America, but for the rest of the world.
Something extremely bad is brewing here at home, and at a rapid pace. Most Americans can’t really put their fingers on it at this point; however the rest of the world is anxiously watching how fast the United States of America becomes the next Roman Empire.
Maybe the world will not have to wait too long after the recent swearing in of New World President Barack Obama.
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Ashley Stinnett - September 24, 2009 - source NorthStarNational
What people in the USA and abroad are saying about Obama’s U.N. speech...
The Guardian, (London), in an editorial: “Barack Obama rarely disappoints in his set speeches. … In his first address to the United Nations (Wednesday), he called on the assembly of world leaders to embrace a new era of engagement, based on mutual interest and respect. He announced that the United States had re-engaged with United Nations, to thunderous applause, and acknowledged that America had been too selective in its promotion of democracy, which cannot be imposed from the outside. This was more ambitious than a collective mea culpa for the sins of his predecessor, President Bush. Obama was attempting to define a new world order, one in which the nation with the strongest army and economy no longer sought to dominate, and in which all nations could play their part.”
Rich Lowry, columnist, in the New York Post: “Obama’s mistake is in believing ‘the interests of nations and peoples are shared.’ They aren’t. Georgia has an interest in becoming a strong nation capable of defending itself; Russia has an interest in quashing it. China has an interest in dominating all of East Asia; Japan and other neighbors have an interest in containing it. Iran has an interest in gaining a nuclear weapon; Israel — and the United States — has an interest in stopping it. … The president isn’t wrong to talk sweepingly of peace. Ronald Reagan did the same thing, although with a concomitant emphasis on freedom. But Reagan realized the world wouldn’t lead itself, at least not where we should want it to go.”
Nile Gardiner, blogging on The Daily Telegraph (London): “Overall, this was a staggeringly naive speech by President Obama, with Woodstock-style utterances like ‘I will not waver in my pursuit of peace’ or ‘the interests of peoples and nations are shared.’ All that was missing was a conga of hippies dancing through the aisles with a rousing rendition of Kumbaya. … Human rights issues were strikingly downplayed in Obama’s address, which is not surprising since they are rarely on the radar screen of this administration. Nor did the words liberty or freedom feature prominently. This was a speech designed to appease opinion in a world body in which full democracies make up only a minority of its members.”
Michael Crowley, on The New Republic’s The Plank blog: “Unfortunately, it’s not clear that the global community overwhelmingly supports Obama’s vision on issues from non-proliferation to climate change to Middle East peace. … Getting these things done, however, will require more than such pleas. It will take hard work with sleeves rolled up, and probably more than a little unseemly horse-trading behind closed doors. … Looking back at the last speech George W. Bush delivered to this same body in 2008, one finds many parallels. … But it is the force of Obama’s identity and personal experience which offers some hope that his words might have more resonance. In the months to come, we’ll find out.”
Toronto Star, in an editorial: “U.S. President Obama cut a bold figure on the world stage … delivering a forward-looking, energetic message to the United Nations General Assembly. George Bush has left the building. America is engaged again, and claims no monopoly on wisdom. The U.S. is canvassing for partners to tackle issues that bedevil the world. But will the world rise to the challenge? Are U.N. member states prepared to blunt the nuclear ambitions of Iran and North Korea, and to reduce nuclear arsenals generally? Are they ready to fight terror in Pakistan and Afghanistan, support Mideast peace, curb global warming and reform the world economy?”
Chez Pazienza - September 25, 2009 - source USAToday