reply to post by elouina
To begin with, while MSNBC has become Obama's personal puppet and Fox News has become plagued by a legitimate right-wing conspiracy to spread
disinformation started by the Koch Brothers,
CNN has purposefully moved to a non-biased position. Anderson Cooper even has a show on CNN where the main idea behind his show is to get a panel of
people from all different backgrounds to discuss issues without bias. I watched that show the night we were thinking of attacking Syria.
So, about the Obama Administration. It is highly likely that they assassinated Michael Hastings. It is highly likely that they were involved in
shutting down The Guardian in order to cover their tracks.
Before the Snowden leaks, The Obama Administration had illegally obtained Associated Press records in order to track down and eliminate the leak
involving the N.S.A. surveillance.
If you look at how Obama's followers have been acting since he was elected in 2008, they have become very hostile towards anyone with a different
viewpoint, even if that viewpoint has evidence attached with it.
Two of the biggest mistakes The Obama Administration made were going after the A.P. records and assassinating Michael Hastings. Another one was their
involvement in harassing The Guardian. When the press feel threatened, they will dig deeper into various other scandals involving Obama, while before
these events, they loved him.
I have already heard that the N.S.A. has been investigating Obama since before he was in the primaries in 2008, I have good reason to believe that he
has been involved in some kind of conspiracy that is outside the normal workings of the Western banker cartel.
However, because of the events leading up to his Presidency and during the Primaries, he has to have some kind of gigantic support system that is not
usually involved in Western politics, or else he would not have been able to defeat Hillary Clinton in the primaries, or even get to the primaries.
The closest organization I can think of that Obama could be involved in would be some sort of Eastern Chinese / Middle Eastern conglomerate resembling
the White Dragon Society.
I'm not entirely convinced that his ideas would not, in fact, change the world and make it a better place. But there is more going on than meets the
eye here, I think. In any case, there seems to have been a power play involved here that might have ended up on rather shaky grounds.
Tactically, I think Obama had a great idea and plan in order to get him into office and accomplish all of his goals, however, 8 years is a really long
time, and even the best laid plans could start to fall apart before then, especially if there was corruption involved, it would take an exit strategy
that I actually believe might be out of the skill set of him and his advisers to accomplish.
Which is saying something, because when he was in the primaries and my mom was telling me that he wouldn't be able to win, I laughed and told her that
he was not someone to be messed with, that he was a lot more powerful than she thought.
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