Specifically, Obama told a room full of ambassadors that the world needed more global “institutions” to promote “common humanity” and fight against people’s “impulses” to remain loyal to their tribes, nations, and religions ahead of the globalist mechanisms being imposed on them. As part of the push for what top administration officials call the “New World Order,” Obama also touted the United Nations Agenda 2030 and his deals with communist dictatorships. The controversial remarks came just two weeks after Obama, standing alongside fellow North American leaders, warned yet again that the “international order” was here to stay.
Critics, though, were quick to pounce on the bizarre ramblings as further evidence of Obama’s radical agenda and out-of-touch extremism. Indeed, opponents of the Obama agenda expressed outrage. Former Congresswoman Michele Bachmann, for example, responding to Obama’s speech, told WND that Obama was pushing his “fantasy political agenda” to “fundamentally transform the world into global submission of humankind to a global political/economic elite.” The reality of those fantasy schemes, she said, would prove to be “as cruel as Lenin, Hitler, Stalin, Mao, Pol Pot, Idi Amin, etc. were in the last century.”
Obama’s globalist comments, made at the Diplomatic Corps reception in Washington, D.C., not so subtly implied that anyone not on board the globalist bandwagon was a supporter of violence and terrorism. Indeed, the Obama administration has made its position on the issue clear since taking power. The Department of Homeland Security and other federal bureaucracies, for example, have been repeatedly caught disgorging a steady stream of outlandish propaganda painting hundreds of millions of Americans with mainstream views and religious faiths as potential terrorists and extremists.
He reiterated those sentiments in his post-Nice speech. “All of us — whatever nations [governments] we represent here — I think have to step back and reflect on what we are doing to eliminate this kind of chronic violence,” Obama said after Mohamed Lahouaiej-Bouhlel slaughtered more than 84 people with a truck in Nice. “It’s been a difficult several weeks in the United States. But the divide that exists is not between races and ethnicities and religions; it is between people who recognize the common humanity of all people and are willing to build institutions that promote that common humanity, and those who do not — those who would suggest that somebody is less than them because of their tribe, or their ethnicity, or their faith, or their color.”
In other words, there are only two classes of people in Obama’s world: those who support globalism, on one side, and racists, terrorists, haters, and people like Lahouaiej-Bouhlel on the other. According to Obama, those “impulses” to be patriotic and loyal to one’s church ahead of the UN and other global outfits, “exist in all our countries.” And they are dangerous, Obama said. “Those impulses, when we do not speak out against them and build strong institutions to protect people from those impulses, they can take over, they can be unleashed — so that all of us have responsibilities, not just a few,” he told the assembled diplomats from around the world.
Breitbart reporter Neil Munro saw right through Obama’s carefully selected language. “For Obama, everyone — jihadis and cops, Catholics and capitalists, atheists and Australians — must subordinate their political, religious and legal affiliations to the greater authority of a single globalist power,” Munro wrote in an article about “globalist” Obama’s speech about how “terrorists and racist cops” needed to be defeated by global elites. “They can’t compete, fight, defend themselves, intermarry, argue, compromise on principles, form their own countries, convert their rivals, or even campaign for political gains, because then they’re just expressing primitive supremacist ‘impulses’ that must be suppressed by international organizations, according to Obama.”
Munro also touched on the endgame. “And once their ‘impulses’ are suppressed, then there will be nothing — no religion, no nations, no states, no races, no ethnicities — that can unite peoples against their rulers in the global government,” he said.
Somehow, though, while attacking those who refuse to bow before global institutions as the scum of the earth, Obama found time to praise Islam as a religion of peace, justice, and compassion. “In contrast to these terrorists who only know how to kill and destroy, we’re going to win this fight by building,” he said without a hint of irony in his voice. A key part of the plan will be “working with partners around the world, including Muslim communities, to push back against hateful ideologies that twist and distort Islam — a religion that teaches peace and justice and compassion.”
Those ideologies, he promised, would be defeated by “offering a better vision of development and economic progress, so people, especially young people, have more hope and opportunity and are less susceptible to extremism and violence in the first place.” And indeed, under the guise of stopping terror, the Obama administration, the UN, and globalist politicians around the world have made the war on unapproved “ideologies” and “anti-Muslim bigotry” a centerpiece of their campaign, alongside the building of global institutions for “development and economic progress.”
As for what kind of globalist institutions and systems he has in mind, Obama also offered some major clues. Touting what he viewed as positive achievements concocted with foreign governments and global organizations, Obama specifically pointed to the UN’s deeply controversial Agenda 2030, also known as the Sustainable Development Goals. Calling the psuedo-treaty “progress,” Obama celebrated the UN’s “new sustainable development set of goals to end extreme poverty and promote health and education and equality for all people, including women.”
Patrick Wood, author of Technocracy Rising: The Trojan Horse of Global Transformation, seized on the recent Obama speech as more evidence of the agenda being pushed by Obama and the forces behind him. “Obama simply reflects his globalist handlers when he suggests that the solution to the world’s problems will be found in everyone’s submission to a single globalist power,” Wood explained, citing Obama’s demands for renewed global attacks on nationalism and cultural pride by global institutions. “In other words, all Americans should stop being so selfish and self-centered and surrender themselves to the global ‘common good’.”
Wood also pointed to Obama’s promotion of UN Agenda 2030, which is being painted as “the answer to all of mankind’s problems,” in the president’s latest terror speech. “The Technocrats behind Obama may well be invisible to the general public, but they are there,” Wood concluded. “For the sake of implementing Technocracy, Obama is merely one of their many ‘useful idiots’ who spew propaganda about things they know little about.” Whether Obama is a knowing participant or a “useful idiot,” a term developed by Soviet mass murderer Vladimir Lenin to describe his self-interested minions, remains unclear. But there can be little doubt that he is working fiendishly to impose globalism and attack liberty.
Apparently unaware that America is a constitutional republic governed by the rule of law, Obama also said that part of fighting terror would be promoting “democracy” around the world. The Founders, of course, abhorred democracy, or mob rule, as a terrible and unstable form of government that is incompatible with individual liberty and property rights. Instead, they wanted rule of law, so they created a constitutional republic to protect the God-given rights of individuals.
Obama also misrepresented Bastille Day, held in honor of one of the most terrifying and bloody events in Western history, the start of a revolution orchestrated by shadowy forces in secret societies that led to, among other horrors, the savage beheading of tens of thousands of innocent people, if not more. By contrast, Obama said the day supposedly represented the “values of pluralism and rule of law and diversity and freedoms, like the freedom of religion, freedom of speech and assembly.”
In the speech, Obama also celebrated his efforts to legitimize communist dictatorships. He thanked the assembled diplomats for their help in what he called “forging a new partnership with Vietnam.” He was referring to, among other schemes, the recent lifting of the arms embargo on that nation’s brutal communist overlords masterminded by the White House. Obama also celebrated “deepening our new chapter of engagement with the Cuban people,” presumably a reference to his throwing a desperately needed lifeline to the mass-murdering dictatorship in Havana so it could continue to brutally oppress the Cuban people.
Without any hint of irony, Obama said Agenda 2030 and the partnerships with mass-murdering extremists in Havana and Hanoi, among other supposed progress, represented a major “contrast to the death and nihilism that terrorists offer.” Obama did not mention, of course, that his political career began in the home of his friend, Castro-backed communist terrorist Bill Ayers, whose deadly terror group Weather Underground was plotting to murder millions of Americans in camps, according to the FBI agent who infiltrated the outfit. The terror group bombed the Pentagon, the State Department, the Capitol, and more, in addition to murdering numerous police officers.
For years, Obama has been touting what he refers to as the “international order,” a planetary system often described by other globalists such as Vice President Joe Biden or former presidents George Bush and Bill Clinton as the “New World Order.” And late last month, Obama made clear that whether the people want it or not, it is here to stay as far as he is concerned. “The integration of national economies into a global economy, that’s here. That’s done,” he said at an event with the leaders of the Mexican and Canadian governments, a reference to the pseudo-“free trade” deals such as NAFTA that are being used around the world to shred national sovereignty and impose transnational governing institutions on humanity under the guise of trade. “We’re going to keep on pushing hard to shape an international order that works for our people.”
For the sake of national sovereignty, self-government, diversity, religion, liberty, and America’s Judeo-Christian heritage, Americans must oppose the dangerous “international order” being marketed by Obama and his globalist allies. That begins with stopping the UN and its Agenda 2030, along with extricating America from the entangling alliances created by global “trade” deals such as the Trans-Pacific Partnership and NAFTA. With the movement for an American exit from the UN, or an Amexit, gaining steam, the globalist agenda can still be stopped, and the globalists know it. But absent divine intervention, it will take lots of hard work by the American people.
Alex Newman, a foreign correspondent for The New American, is normally based in Europe. Follow him on Twitter @ALEXNEWMAN_JOU. He can be reached at email@example.com