Videos – America as a declining world power anxious to apologise for…….

JFK******Ronald Reagan******G.H. Bush

There was one world leader absent for today’s commemorations marking the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. Surprisingly enough, it’s President Barack Obama, who found time last year to give a campaign speech there last year, which Der Spiegel summed up as “People of the World, Look at Me”.

Perhaps Obama felt that celebrating the role of the United States in bringing down the wall would be a bit triumphalist and not quite in keeping with his wish to present America as a declining world power anxious to apologise for sundry historic misdeeds. Maybe he didn’t really want to be associated with that warmonger Ronald Reagan:

Whatever the reasons, it’s another revealing mistake by Obama. This deserved to be marked by more than just a proclamation penned by a staffer:
Source:Not enough about him? Barack Obama skips Berlin Wall ceremonies

Barack H. Obama

You’re wondering why I put Obama’s name at the bottom of this page and JFK,  Ronald Reagan and  G.H. Bush at the very top! Keep wondering and maybe one day you will will find your answer.

But Obama is, of course, making time to trot over to Norway to receive the Nobel Peace Prize in December.


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2 comments on “Videos – America as a declining world power anxious to apologise for…….

  1. There was a lengthy article in the Virginian-Pilot newspaper yesterday about the wall celebration. I may have missed it, but I doubt it, there seemed to be no mention of Reagan. Don’t you wonder why?

  2. see, obama was groveling before the emperor. That made me look weak as a man.

    Reagan was a dignified & forceful man & he carried himself as one to not be toyed with. folks respected him.

    Note the difference between the 2 are – Reagan – republican; Obama – liberal democrat

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