Once Again Barack Obama Bashes America To United Nations

D. W. Ulsterman

His dislike of America appears to be terminal at this point. Nothing much more to say than here is “our” president speaking before the United Nations and making certain to take time to share his negative views of the country he is to be leading.  Perhaps the United States is just too “small” for Barack Obama.  As he looks out over the assembled U.N. dignitaries, one can see him wondering to himself – why not the world? He does make mention of a no borders globalization movement here…



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Full text of President Obama’s 2014 address to the United Nations General Assembly (video)

Obama calls for unity against, ‘cancer of violent extremism.’



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Also, The deafening silence of the anti-war left. A spent force.

The tragic lamentations howled by the septuagenarians who make up the remnants of Code Pink may never fully dissipate, but the majority of the once ascendant anti-war left seems to have dissolved.

And why wouldn’t they? Theirs was a movement which once bestrode the political and media complex with unmatched influence. The movement culminated in the toppling of Hillary Clinton as the likely Democratic nominee and the election of Barack Obama, the anti-war candidate, to the White House in 2008…


Update 2: Obama Praises Muslim Cleric Who Backed Fatwa On Killing Of U.S. Soldiers…

…Obama in his remarks offered praise to controversial cleric Sheikh Abdallah Bin Bayyah and referred to him as a moderate Muslim leader who can help combat the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant’s (ISIL or ISIS) radical ideology.

However, Bin Bayyah himself has long been engulfed in controversy for many of his views, including the reported backing of a 2004 fatwa that advocated violent resistance against Americans fighting in Iraq…



Update 3:  Pence: Obama Criticism of Israel ‘Disappointing’




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