We have had to deal with Obama’s deliberate plan to “transform America” since he took office. Efforts should have been made to impeach Obama on many counts since 2009 but particularly since 2012. This grave disservice by those we elected to Congress over those years has placed our country in the hazardous threat situation of today. He has proven time after time to be in direct or indirect violation of his duties on more things than any president before him. Yet the Democrats have continued to push his agenda and allowed the balances of power set forth in the Constitution to shift. They either were working in tandem or simply following those above them.
Now Obama is making sure through every means possible that the country continues down the path of destruction and bankruptcy which he caused either by design or by his weak responses to national and international issues. Even the Republican Party members have caved or enabled his efforts until now it will become a monumental task to unravel, remove, or abrogate the harm he has caused. Those that have supported his efforts, helped plan his moves, or helped hide his end runs are just as guilty.
Obama’s address this month to the UN highlights exactly what his plans have been, in some cases hinted at how the plans were accomplished, and in all cases blamed our country even as he uttered the “royal we” or so he would have everyone in the international community believe. By comparing and contrasting his actual efforts against his address, hopefully what is revealed to readers is just how we have been lead down the one world government garden path. We in general knew these things since 2012. Trump has opened our eyes and our mouths
Several sources have nitpicked his speech but as usual, I prefer to look at the source . Note, these are his exact words as found at the White House Press Releases just presented here with a bit more ease for commenting. (In all parts Obama’s words are in blue. Green print is facts as internet sites have reported and my comments are in this color.)
First things first, let’s get Obama’s royal “We” out-of-the-way. I honestly can’t tell during his speech who the we is referring at times since it appears to have more than one use. If he is referring to We the people of the US, forget it. Most of those who really have been paying attention are not part of the “we”. If he is referring to the UN, again forget it because the UN is not his primary concern or at least should not have been. If he is referring to HIS role in the UN, then that isn’t our concern because to my knowledge he is not a sitting official of that organization nor a leader with prime responsibility for its function. In all cases, he is in breach of our laws and the primary function of the office of president of the USA.
Address by President Obama to the 71st Session of the United Nations General Assembly
September 20, 2016
Important Work according to Obama
(A) From the depths of the greatest financial crisis of our time, we coordinated our response to avoid further catastrophe and return the global economy to growth.
https://www.stlouisfed.org/financial-crisis/full-timeline and http://lauder.wharton.upenn.edu/wpcontent/uploads/2015/06/Chronology_Economic_Financial_Crisis.pdf
– pretty much shows that the Federal Reserve and the US started this financial crisis. Banks in the European Union and elsewhere were shaken and took a hit because of the manipulations of the US financial sector and stock market.
As far as I can tell from all the doomsday gurus of finance, this was only a delaying factor with a bigger meltdown to come.
(B) We’ve taken away terrorist safe havens, strengthened the nonproliferation regime, resolved the Iranian nuclear issue through diplomacy.
What planet has Obama been living on? Not only have no safe havens been removed but many articles cite how it has spread like a quickly moving cancer throughout the world. Let’s not even address the stupidity of the Iran deal since we are reminded in media constantly of his perfidy on this one.
(C) We opened relations with Cuba, helped Colombia end Latin America’s longest war, and we welcome a democratically elected leader of Myanmar to this Assembly.
USA Today U.S. urges Cuba to do more to improve relationship
Partially true on Cuba but there is a long way to go, a lot of dissidents still being arrested and Venezuela is dragging down economy.
http://www.c-r.org/where-we-work/latin-america While governments (including US), foundations, and private donors help apparently Conciliation Resources worked as a private entity to make this conflict resolution and internal war come to an end.
http://www.transparency.org/cpi2015 ranks Columbia 83rd out of 168 on corruption
http://borgenproject.org/foreign-aid/ The US expends nearly double of any country at the UN in foreign assistance to the needy or roughly $30 billion per year.
http://www.reuters.com/article/us-un-assembly-eu-myanmar-idUSKCN11T27Y UN progress steps taken but they recognize there are significant problems yet to be addressed.
I notice Obama stayed away from Venezuela and several other countries during this paragraph. I wonder why. Of course he doesn’t want to acknowledge that the problem in Venezuela has increased to major proportions and threatening to spill over to others in this region.
(D) Our assistance is helping people feed themselves, care for the sick, power communities across Africa, and promote models of development rather than dependence.
Finally one statement is totally right. The US is drowning in debt and internal issues while we provide funds for the entire world. However to be truthful, the statement should acknowledge that the UN is supposed to fixated on this by administering collected world funds and not creating or enabling new world order in countries. Most of the world’s top countries have consistently tried to spend what they could after meeting their own obligations first. It should also mention how a few have profited greatly from those little efforts. Hint: Clinton Foundation spent less than 10 percent on those in need while filtering the rest out according to their own tax records.
(E) And we have made international institutions like the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund more representative,
UNDP and the International Financial Institutions – International Financial Institutions (IFIs), including the World Bank Group and other multilateral and regional development banks, are critical development partners to address the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of the illogically written 2030 UN agenda.
Say what? Representative of what or rather whom?
(F) while establishing a framework to protect our planet from the ravages of climate change.
The Washington Post – Obama designates the first-ever marine monument off the East Coast, in New England – https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/energy-environment/wp/2016/09/15/obama-to-designate-the-first-ever-marine-monument-off-the-east-coast-in-new-england/?utm_term=.f0d5296f0fbche
The Guardian – Obama makes climate change personal with call for action in home state Hawaii – https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2016/sep/01/obama-climate-change-hawaii-nevada
If Obama is so worried about climate change even going so far as to tell military to note it as more important, then why is he flying so much? Or why is he peddling arms around the world and particularly in the Middle East or allowing sales of uranium and other mining ores in our country by international companies? Or why is he allowing EPA to run amuck creating hazardous mining spills around the country without taking punitive action? Or why is he allowing industries to produce genetically altered insects or other things and then spraying them with highly toxic chemicals polluting land, sea, and air? Or why is he allowing geochemical weather activities and HARP to disrupt weather?
This is important work. It has made a real difference in the lives of our people. And it could not have happened had we not worked together. And yet, around the globe we are seeing the same forces of global integration that have made us interdependent also expose deep fault lines in the existing international order. There is natural order and cooperation when people work together but when they are forced to abide by laws and rules not of their making and their own beliefs then those existing international attempts to create conformity of all to a single view are doomed.
We see it in the headlines every day. Around the world, refugees flow across borders in flight from brutal conflict. Financial disruptions continue to weigh upon our workers and entire communities. Across vast swaths of the Middle East, basic security, basic order has broken down. We see too many governments muzzling journalists, and quashing dissent, and censoring the flow of information. Terrorist networks use social media to prey upon the minds of our youth, endangering open societies and spurring anger against innocent immigrants and Muslims. Powerful nations contest the constraints placed on them by international law. Wow talk about pointing at others to hide ones own faults. We would not be contesting constraints if a shadowy counsel in some far off land were not attempting to control our countries and change our lives in ways that they have no business being allowed to do. The uniqueness and customs of each country first are no ones business but the country; and, second we are not robots off an assembly line with one mind, one thought, one drab view of life.
Part 1 of a 7 part series. I hope his obviously anti-American, pro one world order message resonates strongly enough to force congress to stop playing fast and loose with our security, rights, and laws so that this abomination and corruption never is allowed to happen again.