With the rejection of Hillary Clinton by the voting citizens of the united States, it was a slap across the face to Hussein Soetoro and his failed policies domestically as well as internationally. In fact, the nations of Europe are rejecting his views on the world and globalism. Seeing the rejection did not deter this egomaniac one bit. In fact, Hussein Soetoro doubled down on his views by warning of populism in relation to Donald Trump and continued to claim “My vision’s right.”
According to the Washington Times:
Facing rejection of his worldview on both sides of the Atlantic, President Obama doubled down Tuesday on the dangers of populism and declared that Donald Trump’s supporters don’t realize how good they’ve had it for the past eight years.
Declaring, “My vision’s right,” the president said Mr. Trump won the presidential election by exploiting conservatives’ “troubling” rhetoric to play on Americans’ skepticism of globalization and diversity. He accused Republicans of fanning flames of “anger and fear in the American population” over economic uncertainty to help Mr. Trump win, and warned that similar forces are threatening the European Union.
“You’ve seen some of the rhetoric among Republican elected officials and activists and media,” Mr. Obama said at a news conference in Athens, Greece, with Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras. “Some of it [was] pretty troubling and not necessarily connected to facts, but being used effectively to mobilize people. 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.”
Nile Gardiner, director of the Margaret Thatcher Center for Freedom at the Heritage Foundation, said Mr. Obama was displaying hubris and a lack of understanding of the anti-EU forces rising in Europe.
The lame-duck president, whose legacy initiatives are imperiled by an incoming Republican president and Republican-led Congress, said Americans will realize eventually how dangerous it is to foment discrimination based on race or religion. He said it’s a lesson that Europeans who favor breaking up the European Union should heed as well.
“My vision’s right on that issue,” Mr. 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.”
The only reason this man claims his vision is right is because his over-inflated ego gets in the way of him seeing reality instead of fantasy. Globalism is being rejected in Europe and the united States because the citizens of the different nations recognize a loss of sovereignty and ability to self-govern under a global government. The European Union is a prime example of a global government on a small scale that is falling apart as residents of the member nations are discovering their lack of control over their own government as seen in the illegal alien invasion of Europe condoned by the EU and nations’ governments.
Hussein Soetoro is taking the stance that US citizens and those in the United Kingdom will “miss me when I’m gone.” He pointed to a poll that indicated he had a 57 percent approval rating to prove the mismatch between Trump voters’ frustration and anger and his theory that voters just “wanted to shake things up.” Truly, Hussein Soetoro suffers from a fracture between reality and fantasy. Polls are unreliable as it was proven during the election that polls were being skewed to indicate Hillary Clinton as the “percentage” winner of the 2016 presidential election. He goes on to predict that Trump supporters will realize he was accurate in his assessment of working political forces; and, before the re-election of Republicans, voters will realize how good they had it under his administration.
Pardon me while the BS boots are donned.
Hussein Soetoro went on to state:
“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. I think that’s going to be an interesting test, because I think I can make a pretty strong argument that the policies we put forward were the right ones, that we’ve grown faster than just about any advanced economy. The country is indisputably better off, and those folks who voted for the president-elect are better off than they were when I came into office, for the most part. But we’ll see whether those facts affect people’s calculations in the next election.”
The whole of America and Europe needs plenty of what he’s been drinking and smoking. Soetoro claimed he fought for “economic equality” but Republicans blocked him. Understand that when this man talks of “economic equality,” he really means government forced wealth redistribution by taking from those who earn to give to those who don’t or those who earn less thereby equaling out the money each individual receives. The global climate change agreement is the same deal — having nothing to do with the environment, but everything to transferring money from wealthy nations to poorer nations.
This being his first trip to Greece, Hussein Soetoro was met by thousands of Greek protesters, some of them hooded and representing the communist-affiliated group PAME, holding signs that said, “Unwanted.”
Hussein Soetoro feels a responsibility to the president-elect to present his ideas of how to move the country forward. During his entire tenure, Soetoro did nothing but move the united States in a backward direction across all issues and policies. Yet, he is so egotistical to think any of his ideas “move the country forward.” Ironically, Soetoro warned against a rise in crude “nationalism,” “ethnic identity,” and/or “tribalism,” citing the potential for an ‘us’ versus ‘them’ mentality development.
Before the rolling of the eyes begin, Hussein Soetoro’s follow-up statement speaks volumes.
“I will never apologize for saying that the future of humanity and the future of the world is going to be defined by what we have in common as opposed to those things that separate us and ultimately lead us into conflict,” he said. “Take Europe. We know what happens when Europeans start dividing themselves up and emphasizing their differences and seeing a competition between various countries in a zero-sum way. The 20th century was a bloodbath.”