Former President Barack Obama thinks Americans need to put African nations before America. Obama is directly arguing against President Trump’s “America First” mandate and thinks that this is the most important thing for Americans to be doing right now. This is the same Obama who also flew to South Africa in 2018 to speak at the Nelson Mandela Annual Lecture, and paid tribute to the deceased South African former president, Nelson Mandela.
Nelson Mandela was a
President that stood for violence, terror, and communism.
In one of former President
Barack Obama’s latest Tweets, he wants you to donate your money and time to a wide
array of globalist foundations. These foundations are not going to be spending their
resources on fixating disasters issues in the USA, or if they do its not the sole
aim, but Obama instead wants the funds to go to African countries such as Mozambique,
Malawi and Zimbabwe.
Obama said in a Tweet relating
to the matter:
What is interesting is
that he is asking for money to be donated to these African countries, but still
says “Ask what you can do to help our fellow Americans and families in need”. Ask
yourself, who is he talking about? Are people in Mozambique, Malawi and
Zimbabwe now considered fellow
In a later Tweets on the matter Obama said:
Where was Obama’s Tweets
on disasters that have impacted the USA? Where was the outpouring of grief and dissatisfaction?
Where was the asking of funds to assist Americans in their time of need?
Here are some examples
according to www.ranker.com:
- Bomb Cyclone – Areas Affected: Nebraska, along the Missouri River. Deaths 1
- Alabama Tornado – Areas Affected: Lee County, Alabama Deaths: At least 23 reported as of March 4, 2019, dozens more injured
- Polar Vortex Hits Midwest & Northeast US- Areas Affected: Midwestern and Northeastern United States Deaths: At least 8 linked deaths linked directly as of early January 30, 2019
Obama always thinks that
disasters that happen outside of the USA are more worthy of American attention
then then disasters that occur within the borders of the United States.
There is nothing wrong
with charity. Charity is preferable to taxes. But are you happy in trusting
your charity money to institutions and organisations that have an agenda that
is supported by globalist politicians?
Food for thought.