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As we all know President Barack Obama has this utopian ideology that he can create a world without nuclear weapons through sitting down and talking with the thug leaders of the countries determined to become a nuclear power. We heard in his speech to the UN about this wishful thinking, all while other powerful world leaders quietly stood by in disbelief at the weakness of the new American President. While giving that address Obama and other UN officials were fully aware of Iran having the hidden nuclear facility that was revealed to the public the following day. But instead of taking advantage of the audience that he had, Obama brushed of the Iranian threat as if it was a third world country trying to create its own clothes line. Obama should have used the timing to rally international support and prepare to take action against Iran and their long history of illegal tactics as soon as possible.

This left world leaders who are accustomed to a strong United States of America perplexed. The America that the world, and all of us, knew was one that would not stand for the rebellious acts of Iran and North Korea. But, trying not to “spoil the image of success” for President Obama, the foreign leaders remained silent at the Summit and tossed the information they had planned to discuss regarding Iran’s latest deceit.

President Sarkozy has been the most vocal about his disapproval of Obama’s foreign policy and handling of the current nuclear crises. In Sarkozy’s remarks which he mockingly called the “dream” of disarmament, he said:

“I support America’s ‘extended hand.’ But what have these proposals for dialogue produced for the international community? Nothing but more enriched uranium and more centrifuges. And last but not least, it has resulted in a statement by Iranian leaders calling for wiping off the map a Member of the United Nations. What are we to do? What conclusions are we to draw? At a certain moment hard facts will force us to make decisions.”

How can it be that the President of France is showing more strength and resolve than the President of the United States? Not to mention this is happening while our leader is off lobbying for the Olympics to be held in Chicago in what seems to be either an effort to ignore the crises at hand or blatant proof of just how far in over his head Obama is with foreign affairs. He even sees fit to “sit down” with the Iranian leader to discuss solutions to their nuclear rebellion. It is an outrage and an embarrassment that our President is conducting himself in this manner, he really needs to get a backbone and fast. It is a sad day when over seas news publishes references to the weakness of America’s leadership; which is what I will leave you with, the words of how we are now seen. As stated in the Telegraph, “Barack Obama’s weakness on the world stage will inevitably lead to the decline of America as a superpower. That’s not “smart power” – it’ is a policy of defeat.”

Sources:

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB20001424052748704471504574441402775482322.html

http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/nilegardiner/100011892/even-the-french-think-barack-obama-is-weak/

Also see previous posts:

https://unconstrainedtruth.wordpress.com/2009/09/25/irans-hidden-nuclear-program/

https://unconstrainedtruth.wordpress.com/2009/09/23/obamas-united-nations-speech-climate-change-world-order-and-the-promise-of-false-peace/

Are you thinking YOUTH INDOCTRINATION? It is definitely happening, whether it is publicly broadcast or not. You can guarantee that for ever little bit that we do see there is a lot more that we do not. In a world so touchy that we can not do so much as talk about God, it is okay for them to “worship” the President? It is disgusting how our children are practically being told how to think politically, religiously, and morally in these atheist school systems.

See the video here:

http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=a70_1253763820&comment_order=newest_first

See Glenn Beck’s take on this here in which I couldn’t agree more:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-EHzI5G-Vvw

NEW UPDATE OF CNN FOOTAGE OF YOUTH BEING USED TO PROMOTE OBAMACARE HERE.

I am proud of the response we have received in the recent weeks from the government. We, those of a conservative mind set, have been speaking out and making it well known what we will and will not stand for recently. And it seems to have had some effect. At least on the topics of Van Jones’ resignation and the presidential school speech. Having visited the www.ed.gov website frequently in the past weeks I had noticed the wording of the activities, questions, and the speech itself changed numerous times. This had caused great concern among conservative parents that there maybe indoctrination included in the speech given to the school children by our President. After all, with the brief but controversial past of President Obama and his administration it is our right to question what would possibly be next.

Of course, there had to be a tidbit about the environment in there as all public education does, as Obama said, “You’ll need the knowledge and problem-solving skills you learn in science and math to cure diseases like cancer and AIDS, and to develop new energy technologies and protect our environment.” And naturally to keep it politically correct, we have to throw in some statements about discrimination and fairness. But all in all, the revised and finished product was one in which I do not have a problem. In fact, I have a favorite quote from the speech. It is, “if you quit on school — you’re not just quitting on yourself, you’re quitting on your country.”

I also liked how he ended it with “God bless you. God bless America.” We all know that if a republican president had said those words the liberals would be all over it screaming “separation between church and state.” But that wouldn’t be good for supporting their choice in presidency, so we won’t be hearing any of that this time. Unlike when President George H.W. Bush gave his school speech and the democrats went crazy with investigations, hearings, accusations, and being denounced by the National Education Association itself.  Yes, we have heard, “You won’t be saying this if it was a republican president.” No, probably not so much, but you (the left) would. Check out this article from The Washington Examiner, When Bush Spoke To Students, Democrats investigated, held hearings, it explains the great lengths the opposition went to denounce President George H.W. Bush’s very similar speech.

I think we can take this two ways. One, is what I mentioned earlier, a victory in having shaped the change in what could have quite possibly been indoctrination (due to the many changes to the curriculum and speech I think it may have been). The second, is to watch for possible future speeches to the youth that may have indoctrination. We can’t let our guard down if there is a second or third speech. We must always be informed as to what is being presented to our children.

Resources Sited:

http://www.whitehouse.gov/the_press_office/Remarks-by-the-President-in-a-National-Address-to-Americas-Schoolchildren/

http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/opinion/blogs/beltway-confidential/When-Bush-spoke-to-students-Democrats-investigated-held-hearings-57694347.html

http://www.ed.gov/index.jhtml

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