Over the past two years the Obama administration, through the skill and diplomacy of Hillary Clinton and John Kerry, has seized the opportunity to make comments about the street protests in such places as
This was usually followed by some high ranking elected government official (from
In addition, rumor had it that the CIA, NSA and other alphabets of the
Events turned bloody which dictated a humanitarian outcry from the Obama administration. Demands of democracy had to be met according to our State Department. The President, Premier, Prime Minister or whatever his tag was responsible. Regardless of whether the leader was elected or not, he had to go. The gravy train with
How could we be so successful at turning over governments? Simple! Our military might and, perhaps more important, our checkbook. Being the reserve currency has its privileges.
However, as both weapons (guns and money) begin to wane and our leadership role in the world’s eyes dramatically diminishes, a curious thing is starting to happen. Many of the same countries that we disrupted have decided to turn the tables and focus their attention on the
One Ukrainian was even heard to say that he couldn’t tell the difference between Fergusen and
We may soon see an official from
Of course, abandoned
All of this would ultimately lead to the world’s call for the resignation of Barack Hussein Obama irrespective of his remaining two years in office.
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