Wednesday, November 16, 2016

Obama reveals post White House mission: Global government  By D.E Fergeson

Poster in North Korea classroom. Photo: DEF cc0
Poster in North Korea classroom. Photo: DEF cc0
With just two months left in his presidency, Barack Obama is laying out his plans for what he will do with the next 30 years of his life.
In wake of Brexit and Donald Trump’s win, Barack Obama will fight to implement one global
Speaking at a press conference in Greece, Obama viciously attacked Americans who believe in national sovereignty.

“If people feel they are losing control of their future, they will push back,” Obama said. “We have seen it here in Greece, we’ve seen it across Europe, we’ve seen it in the United States. We saw it in the vote for Britain to leave the [European Union].”
“Time will now tell whether the prescriptions that are being offered, whether Brexit or with respect to the U.S. election, ends up actually satisfying those people who have been fearful or angry or concerned,” said Obama.
“You’ve seen some of the rhetoric among Republican elected officials and activists and media. Some of it pretty troubling and not necessarily connected to facts, but being used effectively to mobilize people,” said Obama. “And obviously President-elect Trump tapped into that particular strain within the Republican Party and then was able to broaden that enough and get enough votes to win the election.”
“Even with today’s challenges, I believe that by virtue of the progress it has delivered over the decades, the stability it has provided, the security it has reinforced, that European integration and the European Union remains one of the great political and economic achievements of human history,” Obama said.
“My vision’s right on that issue,” Obama said. “It may not always win the day in the short term in any political circumstance, but I’m confident it will win the day over the long term.”
It is widely speculated Obama will seek to become the next United Nations Secretary General when Ban Ki-Moon’s term ends next year.

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