Ever wonder what presidents do after they leave office? Some go into teaching, some into judicial roles, some take up socio-political activities and yet others just retire and enjoy their grandkids. With Obama’s free lease on the White House expiring a year from now, have you ever wondered what he’ll do once he loses his current office and prestige?
Step back and take a look at his last seven years in office and you may get a glimpse of what comes next. Many people including myself have pointed out that Barack Obama has acted more like a tyrannical dictator instead of the top elected representative of an entire nation.
Obama openly violated the US Constitution and federal laws that he swore to uphold. He repeatedly bypassed Congress, created and changed laws, refused to secure our borders and protect the American people and let criminals go free from prosecution because they were this friends. In fact, Obama has done more illegal things in office than he’s done legal things.
So if Obama can no longer legally be the dictator of the United States, then where else can he be dictator?
If you listen to some of the rumors circulating around, all Obama will need to do is pack up from 1600 Pennsylvania Ave., Washington DC and fly an hour north and take up residence in New York, NY 10017. In case you’re not familiar with the NY address, it’s the home of the United Nations.
Here’s the scenario:
On January 20, 2017, Obama is officially kicked out of the White House. On December 31, 2016, just 21 days before Obama loses his job, Ban Ki-moon’s term as UN Secretary General ends.
There is no secret that the United Nations has aspirations of becoming the governing body for the entire world. What better place for Obama to step in and take over as the new Secretary General and put his plan of being dictator of the world into action?
If that’s not scary enough, imagine Obama as leader of the UN and Hillary Clinton as the new occupant of the White House? If you really think about it, it’s much scary than you may imagine and what’s more the thought is making others a little scared also.
According to one source:
“According to the Kuwaiti newspaper Al-Jarida, ‘informed sources’ tell them Obama has already floated the idea of running for Secretary-General with some Democrats, Republicans, and Jewish officials in the US, although none has gone on record of discussing such a possibility.”
“Al-Jarida claimed this information set off alarm bells in Tel Aviv, where government officials view Obama as being responsible for allowing Iran to achieve a path to nuclear weapons.”
“The sources claimed that once Netanyahu got wind of Obama’s plans, the prime minister began to make efforts to torpedo what he has referred to as ‘the Obama project.’”
“‘Wasn’t eight years of having Obama in office enough? Netanyahu is quoted as telling associates. ‘Eight years during which he ignored Israel? And now he wants to be in a position that is liable to cause us hardships in the international arena.’”
“Tensions between Obama and Netanyahu have been no secret over the years as the US has moved farther away from supporting Israel’s positions on a multitude of issues. That being said, some analysts doubt that a newspaper in Kuwait, a country who had no direct ties with Israel, would be privy to such inside information from Israeli sources.”
“However, a recent editorial in Canada’s National Post has suggested that many of Obama’s policies towards Islam have been made with this larger agenda in mind. Barbara Kay and Robert Cutler make some startling suggestions in their piece.”
“‘Obama will still be a young man when he leaves the presidency. His multiple policy failures (which are failures by his own self-imposed yardsticks: Russia, Iran, Israel-Palestine, Syria) will not have diminished the capacious ego that he brought, and which brought him, to the White House.’”
“‘What post-presidency career would Obama consider worthy of his future attention and efforts? Few jobs of Olympian prestige are available, and his self-admittedly vast self-esteem might diminish the list still further. Ambassador to Kenya? We think not. No, we agree with a number of other observers that Obama has his sights set on the office of United Nations Secretary-General.’”
“‘If there is a litmus test for becoming UN Secretary-General, then that is winning the approval of the 57 members of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (nearly 30 per cent of all UN members). For seven years, Obama appears to have bent over backwards to avoid hard truths that may offend them.’”
I’m not saying I believe all of the rumors yet at the same time I can’t discount them either. What I do know is that Hillary Clinton is a huge fan and supporter of the United Nations as is Barack Obama. The thought of Hillary running the US and Obama running the UN is a very frightening thought and I just wanted to put it out there for others to mull over.