President Obama’s Delusional Victory Speech
By Bijiek Jieknyal,
Dec 10, 2016(Nyamilepedia) ——– The presidential candidate, “Obama” promised the world to bring peace. On the night he won the presidential election in 2008, in his victory speech, president-elect Barack Hussein Obama said, this “to those who would tear the world down: We will defeat you. To those who seek peace and security: We support you.” When president Obama took the office in January 2009, he has not followed or revised his victory speech.
In fact, he has been doing exactly the opposite of what he had said in his victory inauguration that he would do. President Obama has not been supportive to those who “seek peace and security” but he has been helping those who tear the world down defeat those who “seek peace and security”. For example, president Obama defeated those who sought peace and security in Libya and supported those who tear Libya apart. In the same way, President Obama has been helping President Kiir kill vulnerable civilians in South Sudan base on tribal lines.
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In 2013, President Kiir of South Sudan massacred over 20, 000 Nuer civilians in Juba, the Capital of South Sudan just in three days. Those civilians were not even protesting but were just collected from their houses and killed based on their tribal affiliation. After massacring over 20, 000 Nuer civilians who did not even protest, just in three days in Juba on December 15, 2013, president Obama had invited South Sudanese president Salva Kiir to the White House and had dinner with him.
I am wondering if President Obama really has God’s spirit in his heart. If murderers, thieves, and war criminals like the president of South Sudan could be allowed to come to the U.S. and have lunch and dinners with the world president, then where is justice in the Obama’s administration now? Since December 2013, President Obama has been helping President Salva Kiir who tears South Sudan down defeat those who “seek peace and security”. To this end, I found president Obama’s speeches before the election and after winning the election but before taking office delusional and opposite to what he is doing in the office now.
The author, Jieknyal, Bijiek, can be reached for more comments at firstname.lastname@example.org.