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Branco Cartoon – Fundamental Transformation


Oh, ouch. So painfully, painfully true, Mr. Branco.

Just about every one of my conservative friends (and family members) points to incidents like this as evidence of how incompetent and stupid Obama is. They’re wrong, though. Obama’s not incompetent or stupid. He knows exactly what he’s doing, and even his foreign policy is designed to fundamentally transform America.

Of course it’s been 8 years now and still no one believes me. :/

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    Another Voice in reply to Radius. | January 18, 2016 at 1:03 pm

    Obama, per his own words, has set his goal to become General Assembly President of the United Nations. If you look at what he has done and his focus on actions taken, or inactions on the international front, the world is in for an upheaval. Though none have served more than 2 terms of 5 years each, Secretaries General can be renewed indefinitely.

    Vascaino in reply to Radius. | January 19, 2016 at 9:22 am

    ” Of course it’s been 8 years now and still no one believes me. :/ ”

    I know just how you feel. In 1976/77 I witnessed what went went on in Lebanon with the US Marines and I commented that Weinberger and Baker were up to no good, but only now did I come across this video
    where Admiral Ace Lyons had something to say.
    Suffice to say that there should be a law where politicians can be held legally responsible for any mess they make.

This was a Red Flag operation. Barry has a slew of them to implement before he removes himself or is removed from the White House.

    The Friendly Grizzly in reply to Max Modine. | January 18, 2016 at 2:17 pm

    You mean false flag? I don’t know about this particular one, but I imagine there will be a ton of them on US soil, including but not limited to race riots this summer.

Two for the price of one. The boats, etc. and propaganda. Obama giveth…

It astounds me how people who support this nonsense fail to understand a fundamental aspect of our society.

Bowing down to a head of state is a remnant of the perquisites of royalty: people used to bow down to any person having some sort of title, or religious status.

We got rid of the notion of royalty, and instead, we treat one another as royalty.

Hence in America, we say “please” and “thank you” to our maids and waiters. This is an aspect of our society that Europeans, much less people from third-world countries find striking. I think it is grand.

Right on, Mr. Branco! But shouldn’t our sorry excuse for a Secretary of State be bowing as well?

(How does a self-confessed war criminal get confirmed as SoS in the first place?)