Obama is back: Barack Obama says he wants to focus on training young leaders

By Jim Campbell

May 3, 2017

 

If Obama isn’t completely insane he will avoid his latest delusion.

 

There is no other way to cut it than to say it outright.

Barack Hussein Obama was the worst occupant of the oval office in United States history.

He is reminiscent of the great professional athlete who cannot let go of the adulation of the fans.

In this case, however, Obama’s narcissism and ego drown out the laughter of all but a very few that he hopes to influence.

Justice will be served when Hillary Clinton under oath, rolls over on Obama and they are both spending the rest of their useless lives in prison.

 

He connected himself with Saul Alinski, much the same as Hillary and using his “Rules for Radicals, almost brought America to her knees.

 

 

Perhaps he has forgotten that he is little more than a street hustling community organizer who’s rise to fame came as Illinois State Senator.

Not at all if one is familiar with Chicago.

Had he desired, Al Capone could have run for office before he was nailed for income tax evasion and died in prison with terminal syphilis.

A short snippet in the video below goes directly to Alinsky’s depravity.

He forgot one thing with his desire to bring the United States of America Down.

We have a U.S. Constitution.

 

 

When Obama got the chance to run for the state senate in a district that included Hype Park, the home of the university and some of the poorest ghettos on the South Side, he jumped at it.
In 1995, Alice Palmer represented the state’s 13th District and decided to run for the United States Congress.

She hand-picked Obama to run to replace her.

Palmer introduced her chosen successor, Barack Obama, to a few of the district’s influential liberals at the home of two well-known figures on the local left: William Ayers and Bernadine Dohrn, former members of the terrorist Weather Underground.

“I remember being one of a small group of people who came to Bill Ayers’ house to learn that Alice Palmer was stepping down from the Senate and running for Congress,” says Quentin Young, a prominent Chicago physician. and advocate for single-payer health care.

“(Palmer) identified (Obama) as her successor.”

Ten years earlier, Palmer was an executive board member of the U.S. Peace Council, which the FBI identified as a communist front group, an affiliate of the World Peace Council, a Soviet front group.

Palmer participated in the World Peace Council’s 1983 Prague Assembly, part of the Soviet launch of the nuclear-freeze movement.

The only thing it would have frozen was the Soviet Union’s military superiority.

In June 1986, while editor of the Black Press Review, she wrote an article for the Communist Party USA’s newspaper, the People’s Daily World, now the People’s Weekly World. 

It detailed her experience attending the 27th Congress of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union and how impressed she was by the Soviet system. (Source)

See the entire article below. If the reader thought Obama was out of touch with reality when in office, prepare to be amazed.

 

 

 

 

In his first public address since leaving the White House, Obama talked about the need for more civic engagement.

HE WAS humble, articulate and conciliatory. On April 24th, in his first public appearance since January, Barack Obama charmed his audience with his ability to listen and his unwillingness to boast. As a community organizer on the South Side, “I am the first to acknowledge that I did not set the world on fire,” Mr. Obama said. “This community gave me a lot more than I was able to give in return.”

Mr. Obama held his presidential farewell speech on January 11th in Chicago, his adopted hometown, and returned to the Windy City for his re-emergence in public life after an extended holiday.

In his farewell speech, Obama had reflected on the fragility of democracy.

This time he focused on civic engagement and community organizing in a 90-minute discussion with a panel of half a dozen youthful activists at the University of Chicago’s Logan Center for the Arts in front of an audience of mainly college students.

In his remarks, Mr. Obama brandished political polarization, which he blamed on gerrymandered electoral districts, money in politics, a politicized media landscape and voter apathy, especially among young people. He admitted that his much-quoted comment at the Democratic National Convention in 2004 that there were not “red states and blues states” was “aspirational.”

One thing of which he was absolutely convinced, said Mr Obama, is that what prevents Americans from tackling the most daunting challenges is politics and civic life. He is planning, he said, to henceforth devote much of his energy to working with young people to encourage them “to take up the baton and take their crack at changing the world”.

One thing of which he was absolutely convinced, Mr.Obama said, is that what prevents Americans from tackling the most daunting challenges is politics and civic life. He is planning, he said, to henceforth devote much of his energy to working with young people to encourage them “to take up the baton and take their crack at changing the world”.

Following a civilized tradition of former presidents abstaining from criticizing their successor, he did not mention Donald Trump once. Many of his supporters are keen for Mr. Obama to respond to Mr. Trump’s unfounded accusations that he had wire-tapped him during his presidential campaign and to Mr. Trump’s attempts to undo much of Mr. Obama’s legacy. Yet Mr. Obama stayed away from personal remarks.

Yet Mr. Obama stayed away from personal remarks.

However tempting it might be for theformer inhabitant at 1600 Pennsylvania to comment on Mr Trump’s chaotic assault of Obama-era policies, it is wise for him to remain above the fray.

It would probably not discourage President Trump from his course and only help to rally Trump supporters.

As he embarks on trips to Boston for an awards ceremony and then on to Italy and Germany where he will appear with Angela Merkel, Germany’s chancellor, at the Brandenburg Gate, Mr Obama will no doubt receive more requests to comment on Mr Trump, who is about to mark his first 100 days in office.

The professorial former president is likely to continue to counter Mr. Trump is his own way, however. “Obama’s Barrage of Complete Sentences Seen as a Brutal Attack on Trump”, joked Andy Borowitz in the

It would probably not discourage Mr. Trump from his course and only help to rally Trump supporters. As he embarks on trips to Boston for an awards ceremony and then on to Italy and Germany where he will appear with Angela Merkel, Germany’s chancellor, at the Brandenburg Gate, Mr Obama will no doubt receive more requests to comment on Mr Trump, who is about to mark his first 100 days in office.

The professorial former president is likely to continue to counter Mr. Trump is his own way, however. “Obama’s Barrage of Complete Sentences Seen as a Brutal Attack on Trump”, joked Andy Borowitz in the

As he embarks on trips to Boston for an awards ceremony and then on to Italy and Germany where he will appear with Angela Merkel, Germany’s chancellor, at the Brandenburg Gate, Mr Obama will no doubt receive more requests to comment on Mr Trump, who is about to mark his first 100 days in office. The professorial former president is likely to continue to counter Mr. Trump is his own way, however. “Obama’s Barrage of Complete Sentences Seen as a Brutal Attack on Trump”, joked Andy Borowitz in the

 

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About JCscuba

I am firmly devoted to bringing you the truth and the stories that the mainstream media ignores. Together we can restore our constitutional republic to what the founding fathers envisioned and fight back against the progressive movement. Obama nearly destroyed our country economically, militarily coupled with his racism he set us further on the march to becoming a Socialist State. Now it's up to President Trump to restore America to prominence. Republicans who refuse to go along with most of his agenda RINOs must be forced to walk the plank, they are RINOs and little else.
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One Response to Obama is back: Barack Obama says he wants to focus on training young leaders

  1. malenurseken says:

    Hopefully his training will be to fellow inmates in a federal prison! If at all! I say execution should be in his future

    Liked by 1 person

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