Kuwaiti newspaper Al Jarida released reports, confirming rumors that Barack Obama aspires to become the next Secretary-General of the United Nations at the conclusion of 2016. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu plans to halt all possibilities of Obama replacing Ban Ki-moon at the United Nations’ top post as revenge for perceived poor Israeli-American relations throughout Obama’s U.S. presidency.
At the heart of the discord is the Obama administration reaching a nuclear deal with the Islamic Republic of Iran. As Iran was negotiating amicable terms with western powers over the development of their nuclear program, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei (Supreme Leader of Iran) released a 416-page guide on destroying Israel in August of 2015.
The nuclear deal is disconcerting for many Israelis and Americans alike, because this is the same Ayatollah Khamenei that gives speeches as he presides over “Death to Israel! Death to America!” chants screamed by thousands of his fellow Iranians following Friday prayers in Tehran.
The Jerusalem Post quotes Netanyahu as issuing the following statement regarding Obama’s U.S. presidency.
“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.”
The disclosure of Obama’s U.N. Secretary-General aspirations brings illuminating clarity to some of his previous political actions. In September of 2014, Barack Obama became the first United States President to Chair the U.N. Security Council. It was an unprecedented occasion, due largely to the fact that it is most likely prohibited by the U.S. Constitution. Article 1 Section 9 of the United States Constitution states the following.
No Title of Nobility shall be granted by the United States: And no Person holding any Office of Profit or Trust under them, shall, without the Consent of the Congress, accept of any present, Emolument, Office, or Title, of any kind whatever, from any King, Prince, or foreign State.”
President Obama is keenly aware of this reality. Obama spent twelve years teaching constitutional law at the University of Chicago Law School. The Dreams From My Father author and current U.S. President seems to have developed dreams far bigger than his father could ever fathom. It is a game of thrones that Netanyahu aims to turn into a dystopic political nightmare for Barack Obama.
In June of 2015, Alex Proud authored a stirring article in Britain’s the Daily Telegraph, entitled, “Perhaps the world’s conspiracy theorists have been right all along.” Proud wrote, “In fact, today’s conspiracy theory is tomorrow’s news headlines.”
This brings to mind the words of Barack Obama concerning so-called conspiracy theorists at the CNN-hosted “Guns in America” town hall meeting on gun control. Obama stated the following.
“I’m sorry, Cooper, yes. It is fair to call the conspiracy, what are you saying? Are you suggesting that the notion that we are creating a plot to take everybody’s guns away so that we can impose martial law… but a conspiracy? Yes, that is a conspiracy! I would hope that would agree with that… Is that controversial? Except on some website…”
Obama’s “Except on some website” assertion was clearly directed at noted alternative news personality Alex Jones and his Infowars.com website. Interestingly enough, reports of Barack Obama seeking to replace Ban Ki-moon as the next Secretary-General of the United Nations was initially reported by Infowars.com months before this latest disclosure from the Jerusalem Post, Al Jarida, and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Definitively, yesterday’s conspiracy is definitely today’s news headline.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and U.S. President Barack Obama have not always seen eye to eye on global issues. Barack Obama’s plans to become the next Secretary-General of the United Nations is just the latest subject matter in which the two wholeheartedly agree to disagree. Benjamin Netanyahu plans to torpedo what he calls the “Obama Project.” For Netanyahu, this means dashing all hopes of Obama’s appointment at the United Nations from becoming a reality as revenge for Iran’s nuclear deal.
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