'Order and Progress Can Only Come When Individuals Surrender Their Rights to an All-Powerful Sovereign'

Sheikyer Mami
Winds of Jihad
6/9/2014

…Just how in the world can we justify what is going on today in the United States? How in the world has our nation become such a nation of fools? Could this be due to many of us just not paying attention and just voting for a politician with the cool voice? Have we as a nation lost sight of what this nation was founded upon? So many questions and yet, no one seems willing to ask them, especially asking them when questioning the President!

Let us take a few words from the mouth of Obama himself! Once these words are shown, will anyone be brave enough in the Lame stream media to ask Obama just what he meant by stating, “Ordinary men and women are too small minded to govern their own affairs.” Yes, Obama made that statement and it was not a long time ago, it was in a 38-minute plus speech on June 3, 2014 in Brussels, Belgium! Consider that he was speaking in the context of past theories of power, but then consider what his own actions assert. Is his administration not pursuing the same type of governing that he says he is against? …

…Now in the YouTube video, the full length one (See below), Obama stated very clearly, “And order and progress can only come when individuals surrender their rights to an all-powerful sovereignty.” While his words claimed to be those of past theories of power, there can be no doubt that his actions show that he agrees with the philosophy. In fact, it is hypocritical of Barack Obama to say this is a philosophy of the past when his own administration promotes the same philosophy…

 

 

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President Obama Keynote EU Speech in Brussels

March 26, 2014. Obama highlights Putin threat to EU during keynote speech in Brussels. President Obama delivers an address that touch upon the U.S.-European relations amid the ongoing crisis in Ukraine. U.S. President Barack Obama highlights Russian tensions during keynote speech in Brussels.

Obama urges greater NATO presence in states bordering Russia

(LATimes) BRUSSELS — President Obama is urging European and North Atlantic Treaty Organization leaders to bolster the military alliance’s presence in countries in Eastern and Central Europe near Russia, part of an effort to ward off further Russian aggression in the wake of its annexation of Crimea from Ukraine.

Speaking after a meeting with European Union leaders, Obama said he has suggested that European leaders review and update their “contingency plans” at an April meeting. He said the alliance needs to “do more to ensure that a regular NATO presence among some of these states that may feel vulnerable is executed.”

Obama’s made the remarks before meeting with NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen at the midpoint of his European trip this week. The president’s visit has been dominated by the crisis in Ukraine, and by the attempt to craft a unified U.S.-European strategy to deter Russian President Vladimir Putin from another land grab in the former Soviet republic.

The president has ruled out U.S. military involvement in the dispute, noting that Ukraine is not a NATO member and not covered under the treaty. Still, he has had to reassure other NATO members in Eastern and Central Europe that NATO stands ready and prepared.

The White House said Obama would push NATO to step up its efforts with more visible training and exercises in the region, as well as initiating the review of defense plans and improving the readiness of the NATO Response Force.

On Wednesday, Obama made an appeal to unnamed member countries that have reduced defense spending in tight economic times, taking a toll on the 55-year-old alliance.

“If we’ve got collective defense, it means that everybody’s got to chip in. And I have had some concerns about a diminished level of defense spending among some of our partners in NATO; not all, but many. The trend lines have been going down,” Obama said. “The situation in Ukraine reminds us that our freedom isn’t free and we’ve got to be willing to pay for the assets, the personnel, the training that’s required to make sure that we have a credible NATO force and an effective deterrent force.”

 


 

 

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