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Good Riddance: A Final Upside-down Salute to Barack Obama

by Phil Butler, New Eastern Outlook:

Barack Obama is a superhero. The outgoing President of the United States is a badass, epic, omnipotent harbinger for justice, truth, and the American way. In his own mind.

When RT America called me yesterday to give comment on President Obama’s final press conference, I was busy decorating our office Christmas tree. For once I was inclined to say no. Then I recalled the policies this president formulated, conjured, and evangelized to the people of my country and the world. The ornaments had to wait, I thought “If this man can deliver another pack of lies for some Americans, then I can speak my tiny bit for the others.” Today the New York Times and the other media owned by the western elites is trying to make an immortal out of a little obedient penguin of a leader.

The story of yesterday is a one I think millions of Americans can identify with. In fact, I think most of the people who supported Donald Trump over the criminal psychopath Hillary Clinton will be in a moment of Déjà Vu when they read it. All of us come up against the same wall eventually. I am talking about the place where a person who has seen and heard enough arrives as a wall of security, safety, and moderation. My wife is a PR expert you see, and when I told her about the upcoming interview she gave sound council. “Don’t insult President Obama. Tell the people he is not a believer in what he says. Tell them what you think without being angry or unhinged”, she said. “He deserves respect”, she went on. Like I said, sound public relations counselling before an interview. Only Barack Obama is not deserving, here’s why.

Yesterday the New York Times ran a story entitled “Obama Confronts Complexity of Using a Mighty Cyberarsenal Against Russia”. The story is written by one of journalism’s most respected authors, Pulitzer Prize winning David E. Sanger. Ordinarily this author’s awards, accolades, and accomplishments would serve to lend great credibility to our subject’s plight. There’s only one problem, Sanger bats for the same team as Obama. He is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and the Aspen Strategy Group, right alongside some of the evilest warmongers and destroyers in the history of humanity. The reason I focus on the author is because Barack Obama is not “confronting” or “perplexed” by America’s cyber capabilities, he and the author are two of the developers and operators of it. The New York Times story is a lie, as is most of what you read or view about Barack Obama. Sanger is a good example to show how the men and women behind Washington control “the mission”. To understand this one only needs to glean the “missions” of these various think tanks and groups. Take the Aspen Institute for instance.

Aspen Strategy Group is a membership-based forum made up of current and former policymakers, academics, journalists, and business leaders bent on exploring the preeminent foreign policy and national security challenges facing the United States. People like former Secretary of State under Bill Clinton, Madeleine Albright are a haunting and fearsome talisman for ASG. Albright is a Russia hater only surpassed in her hatefulness by President Carter’s NSA man, the now notorious Zbigniew Kazimierz Brzezinski. Make no mistake, Cold War dinosaurs with giant talons still orchestrate in Washington. But this is another story, let’s stay focused on Mr. Obama via the cloak western journalism adorns him with. Back to Sanger’s piece, the lead paragraph is brilliant. Brilliant if you are on the new-fascist ultra-liberal team, that is:

“Over the past four months, American intelligence agencies and aides to President Obama assembled a menu of options to respond to Russia’s hacking during the election, ranging from the obvious — exposing President Vladimir V. Putin’s financial ties to oligarchs — to the innovative, including manipulating the computer code that Russia uses in designing its cyberweapons.”

“A menu of options”, this instills the reader with a sense of the “shock and awe” of what these people created. That NSA-Google-Facebook network that spies on us all, its awesome, yes awesome. Now that you agree, the skillful Sanger makes concrete the “Putin did it” propaganda. Evil oligarchs are thrown in for good measure, and more badass capability is there too, as if Sanger is proud of what his colleagues have created. And well he should be, for they almost put a raging maniac in office to deliver America the final coup de grace. Beneath all this subterfuge is a diabolical truth though. This New York Times story, I believe, is not an editorial aimed at theorizing Obama’s coming strategy against alleged cyberwarfare, it’s a recommendation being tested on the public. I began my story by telling you Barack Obama is not worthy of respect. Now I can show you why.

One of the biggest weaknesses a person who seeks omnipotent power can have is vanity. Pride betrays the inner cause, the essence of reasoning in human beings always ties to the self. Barack Obama, his journalistic colleagues like Sanger, even the decaying urchins behind like George Soros give themselves away in arrogance and underlying agendas. Take a look again at the NYTs article, there within the proud typing a name appears, the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs. Like me, you probably never heard of this think tank at Harvard, what with so many think tanks doing our thinking for us. America’s oversite on these institutions and the people within them is our harbinger though. We are expected to believe that Barack Obama is at once perplexed by all this ultimate power, and at the same time the angel of vengeance of America? The New York Times journalist cannot resist cluing us via a recollection form a meetup his beloved Belfer Center sponsored. Citing David H. Petraeus, this quote reflects the out-and-out arrogance and idiocy of these people. This is what Obama means when he spews about “who we are” and “how we roll”:

“Is there something we can do to them, that they would see, they would realize 98 percent that we did it, but that wouldn’t be so obvious that they would then have to respond for their own honor? “The question is how subtle do you want it, how damaging do you want it, how do you try to end it here rather than just ratchet it up?”

Some of you will be all caught up on where I am now. “Who the hell do these people think they are?” This is my take on Obama and his ilk. This is not how America rolls, this is not who I am by God. These people do not speak for me or for hundreds of millions of decent folk. Let me move on before I break my keyboard.

In eight years President Barack Obama has accomplished no singular good for the people who gave him his caveat to power. His entire presidency has been a giant, ongoing, Machiavellian lie. Our own sanity was tested when he received the Novel Peace Prize. Then when he dumped on the Copenhagen Climate Summit, our silence further empowered. BP almost killed the Gulf of Mexico, and his Coast Guard command under Admiral Thad Allen lied and covered up the extent. Having sworn to close the black stain on America in Guantanamo, he lied there too. Even the Fukushima disaster bears evidence of Obama administration cover-ups and impropriety. The list of Obama disasters is too lengthy to begin to list here. Arab Spring, Libya, Syria, the Saudi massacres and ISIL support, a resurgent Taliban in Afghanistan, back stabbing the Russian, NATO forward, spying on allies, Obamacare, insult, injury, and America fracked, fragmented, and on the edge of being a Godless oligarchy.

From Solyndra and “Fast and Furious” to direct aggression against Russia and his so-called “arm twisting”, what the world has witnessed the last eight years is not the work of someone to be respected. Barack Obama is one of those rare people one meets who is deserving of a slap across his face. A fist is always reserved for someone respected enough to give due. Obama is beneath America, beneath us all if the truth be told.

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