Our former leader of the Free World Barack Obama recently traveled to Japan to announce to the media back in the States that he wants to get back into the world leadership game and create a million young leaders just like himself through the Internet.
But don’t do it, Millennials. I’ve seen how this guy operates. He just wants you to join the LGBT movement and hate Republicans, all with a beautiful smile.
At a conference in Tokyo, Barack said his new foundation plans to enter the digital world and “help young people in the U.S and across the world get connected.
“If I could do that effectively,” he said, “then — you know — I would create a hundred or a thousand or a million young Barack Obamas or Michelle Obamas, Or, the next group of people who could take that baton in that relay race that is human progress.”
But be careful of Obama Progress, Millennials. He came out nine years ago promising Hope and Change, the proceeded to overload the country with debt, tried to destroy the middle class while promoting the LGBT agenda, and had chaos spewing from television news 24/7 into our living rooms, heightening the fear and anxiety in our lives.
See, what Barack never tells us when he talks about Hope and Change and Progress, is that behind that Hollywood smile he is a devout disciple of community organizer Saul Alinsky, who wrote Rules for Radicals, and who dedicated his book to Lucifer. I’m not making that up.
What Alinsky taught Barack about Change was: “The despair is there; now it’s up to us to go in and rub raw the sores of discontent, galvanize them for radical social change. We’ll give them a way to participate in the democratic process, a way to exercise their rights as citizens and strike back at the establishment that oppresses them, instead of giving in to apathy.”
So Barack is not really talking about peaceful discourse and progress, he’s really talking about Agitate, Aggravate, Educate, and then Organize, as laid out by his mentor Saul.
At his talk in Tokyo, Barack pointed to the great potential that young people have in making a difference, like the March for Our Lives anti-gun violence demonstrations led by high schoolers. Well, the high schoolers didn’t really lead that movement. It was galvanized by some of Barack’s fellow Alinsky organizers, who used the despair and anguish of the event to mobilize the young people to attack the establishment on the gun issue and march for “radical social change.”
That is all well and good as a cause, if the person doing the marching believes in that cause, rather than have his or her fears or anxieties played by someone else for political purposes.
In Alinsky style in Tokyo, Barack also took time to demonize the Donald to his new young recruits, saying “A lot of our problems are caused by old men. No offense, men, who are old.” He didn’t say anything about old women, so Hillary was safe.
The LGBT Alinskyites are also behind the sexual harassment movement, where most often old white Republicans are demonized in the media and dispatched, often to get a replacement candidate supporting LGBT issues of gay marriage and abortion into office. So they are not about the rule of law or due process, either.
What Barack has in mind for this new venture is anyone’s guess. But expect some kind of event causing massive anxiety and fear to precede his offer for an opportunity to participate in a march against the establishment: maybe the continued demonizing of Trump by CNN, the Obama/Alinsky network, and offering an alternative candidate in the fall.
But check before you follow Barack on the Internet, and look to see where the LGBTs are and whether they are gaining more power, because the LGBTs leaders – whether you understand or agree with their gender or sexual orientation or not – are socialists in the Alinsky/Obama mold of more government involvement and control Believe me, however great the promises, socialism as a system of to make people’s lives better doesn’t work. Just to the South Side of Chicago to see for yourself.
The LGBT/Alinskyites don’t believe in a democratic system or a constitution or due process to get things done for them, because they are less than 5% of the population of 350 million, so they are vastly outnumbered by straight people.
They have to rely on Alinsky methods of bullying, confrontation, stirring up anxiety and fear, mostly to organize against Republicans and their agenda.
So keep your heads, Millennials. If you feel stressed and anxious, which we all do, and someone from the Obama Foundation comes to you with a solution to your anxiety and a nice smile, and want you to join in a march against the Republican establishment, or vote against one – resist the urge and go find someone to talk to, a counseling group of nice people or a church or light a candle and connect in a good way with something or someone outside yourself.