As Americans honor those serving and celebrate America' freedom from the British Empire and the creation of a new nation called the United States of America, Barack Obama is planning his final "One World Government" tour to push for globalization and "interconnected societies."
When President Obama travels to North Carolina and Europe this week, he will press an argument that could define foreign policy in the last six months of his presidency: that Americans and Europeans must not forsake their open, interconnected societies for the nativism and nationalism preached by Donald J. Trump or Britainís Brexiteers.
Few presidents have put more faith than Mr. Obama in the power of words to persuade audiences to accept a complex idea, whether it is the morality of a just war or the imperfect nature of American society. Yet countering the anti-immigration and anti-free-trade slogans in this election year will require all of his oratorical skills.
Mr. Obama road-tested his pitch over the last two weeks in two friendly venues: Silicon Valley and Canada. This week, he will take the case to North Carolina, a swing state that has been hard hit by the forces of globalization, and to a NATO meeting in Poland, where the alliance members will grapple with the effects of Britainís vote to leave the European Union, known as Brexit.
To Obama patriotism is labeled "populism," American sovereignty should take a back seat to "international rules and norms," and nationalism is a dirty word. Barack Obama stands against everything our founding fathers stood for.
After seeing Mark Dice's "4th of July Zombies - Americans Don't Know Why We Celebrate Fourth of July!," which will be embedded lower in this article, we get a better understanding of why so many Americans are unable, or unwilling to understand the dangers of globalization, why so many do not understand the importance of nationlism, patriotism, sovereignty and Independence.†
If Obama has his way and if Hillary Clinton becomes the next president, this may just be the last Independence Day that Americans, those that understand what it is they are honoring on the Fourth of July, can celebrate it rather than mourning the memory of it.
In honor of July 4, 2016, while patriots proudly wave their flags and celebrate America's Independence, I would like to highlight our national anthem, what it means, why it was written, and why it is significant today as we battle against the globalists of our time, even though it was composed years after the†adoption of the Declaration of Independence.
Americans are once again fighting for Independence, fighting against globalization which would sacrifice our sovereignty, fighting against the stripping and constant violations of our rights guaranteed to us in the U.S. Constitution, fighting against those that would create a "one world government" where our laws would take a back seat to "international laws," our rights would be sacrificed to "international norms," where our Constitution, Bill of Rights and Declaration of Independence would be no more than pieces of paper.
Celebrate today but be prepared to continue the battle tomorrow because everything we are honoring, the globalists are trying to destroy.