News reports of consecutive gaffs and mistakes in public speeches by President Obama raises my interest in what is Really going on behind closed doors.
Teleprompters with perfect scripts and actors with memorized rhetoric to campaign for the central banks funded military industry is the setting with NATO and Brussels as President Obama travels Europe.
Some one should ask the obvious questions to determine if drugs, or mental health, or intentional sabotage is at play as the major news headlines reveal:
- U.S. President Barack Obama has caused confusion after claiming yesterday that Kosovo held a UN-assisted referendum for self-determination – misleading people over the true origins of the country. The U.S. President used the example to hit out against Russia’s annexation of Crimea, but experts have noted that no such referendum took place, and implied that Obama’s “incredible mistake” should elicit a retraction or correction from the White House. The error came in a speech delivered at the Palais des Beaux-Arts in Brussels, and has been remarked upon to Breitbart London by regional experts from both the United Kingdom and indeed from Kosovo. One source said the faux-pas was “the very last thing Kosovo and Serbia need” as the two seek to strengthen relations.
Read: Obama’s ‘Incredible Mistake’ over Phantom Kosovo Referendum
- Breitbart London has learned that President Obama has undermined Georgia’s NATO membership application, in the second foreign policy gaffe of his European trip this week.Speaking at the press conference after the EU-US summit yesterday the U.S. President wrongly suggested that Georgia “is not currently on a path to NATO membership”. In fact the country has been on the path to membership since 2008.
Read: Another Obama Brussels Botch Up – President ‘Forgets’ Georgia Will Join NATO…
- President Barack Obama turned the Nuclear Security Summit in the Hague on Monday into a psywar session on just how close we are to nuclear extinction. Over strong protests from German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Obama and British Prime Minister David Cameron herded the 35 world leaders attending the fourth NSS into a computer game based on a scenario of terrorists attacking a major world city with a stolen dirty nuclear bomb.
The scenario targeted a major city—”the City of London, or Wall Street or Milan,” summit leaders were told. There were three professionally produced videos that the leaders were cajoled into watching and then responding in “real-time” to the options of how to respond. The Daily Telegraph reported on March 25 that German Chancellor Merkel was very upset at the war game ambush, and that she strongly objected, calling it ‘inappropriate” for such a high-level meeting of world leaders.
Read: Obama Plays Nuclear War Video Game With World Leaders
Updated 28 March 2014 to include video below:
Nuclear Security Summit, which was held on March 24th and 25th in the Netherlands, Reuters captured video of presidents and prime ministers from all over the world wearing a very peculiar pyramid-shaped pin...
the world leaders played a “nuclear war game”.