December 31, 2009
Barack Obama ran his campaign on many issues to “fundamentally change America.” Some of those issues seem to be very lofty goals even if it is not his job to do so or even constitutional, but when has that ever stopped a modern politician.
I have been going back over what Obama has done and said since he has entered federal service and among them are these goals.
Ending poverty and hunger in America and around the world1
• Universal Health Care and reducing child mortality rates2
• Protecting the Environment3
• Minority rights and gender equality4
• Fighting HIV/AIDS5
• Strengthening the rule of law6
• Strengthening public education7
• Global partnership for developmen8t
Obama ran on the Democrat Party ticket and has espoused an array of items that have earmarked his agenda for change in America. But as I have researched more into the movements that affect America around the world I started seeing some very interesting things that made me wonder just whose agenda is really being plied on the American people. Is it really just the brain storm of a driven man to "fundamentally change America," or is there more to this story than meets the eye?
At the UN conference in September Barack Obama stated that the United States won’t solve the world’s problems and that we needed "…a new era of engagement with the world. Now is the time for all of us to take our share of responsibility for a global response to global challenges."
This speech stuck in my mind as familiar to other research I had done a couple of years ago. Then I remembered a very similar set of goals issued by the UN in what it called the Millennium Project or the Millennium Development Goals. I remember this because some friends and I, after hearing Candidate Obama speech on global poverty, discussed the need to focus on America before we can fix the world.
So I started looking up my data on the UN’s Millennium Development Goals (MDG) and I started to wonder just whose agenda was being sought here, that of the ambitious young Senator or the global governance seeking UN.
Here is the MDG list taken directly from their website:
Eradicate extreme poverty and hunger
2. Achieve universal primary education
3. promote gender equality and empower women
4. Reduce child mortality
5. Improve maternal health
6. Combat HIV/AIDS
7. Ensure Environmental Sustainability
8. Develop a global partnership for development
Notice a striking similarity to the goals of the President. Now to be fair Obama ran on more than just these items but the odds of a coincidence that he would support as his platform to “fundamentally change America” with every goal of the MDG pales beyond the coincidental.
At the least this raises the question of whether this president is pushing his vision of America or the vision of the United Nations.
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It is my experience that nothing happens by accident in politics and government and when something happens it was planned to happen. In this case I believe it is much more than coincidence. What we are seeing today is the inside job of “fundamentally transforming America” into the vision of the United Nations by a puppet groomed to do exactly what he is doing.
Poverty Act S2433
3. Barak Obama and Joe Biden: Mew Energy For America
4. Statement of Senator Barak Obama on the the Anniversary of Title IX
5. Barak Obama and Joe Biden's plan to combat global HIV/AIDS
6. Mr. Obama and the Rule of Law
7. Organizing for America: Education
8. UN Millenium Development Goals
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LeMieux was born in Midwest City, Oklahoma in 1956 and graduated from
Weber State University in Utah with a degree in Computer Science. He served
in both the US Navy and US Army (Active duty and National Guard) and trained
in multiple intelligence disciplines and was a qualified paratrooper.
He served with the 19th Special Forces Group, while in the National Guard,
as a Special Forces tactical intelligence team member. He served tours
to Kuwait and Afghanistan where he received the Purple Heart for injuries
received in combat.
Mr. LeMieux left military duty at the end of 2005 after being medically discharged with over 19 years of combined military experience. He currently works as an intelligence contractor to the US government.
Michael is a strict constitutionalist who believes in interpreting the constitution by the original intent of the founding fathers. His research has led him to the conclusion that the republic founded by the Constitution is no longer honored by our government. That those who rule America today are doing so with the interest of the federal government in mind and not the Citizens. Michael believes that all three branches of government have strayed far from the checks and balances built into the Constitution and they have failed the American people. A clear example is the Second Amendment, which the Supreme Court and the founders have all said was an individual right and could not be "infringed" upon, now has more than 20,000 state and federal laws regulating every aspect of the individuals right, a definite infringement. He has traveled around the world living in 14 States of the Union including Hawaii, and visited (for various lengths of time) in Spain, Afghanistan, Kuwait, Korea, Scotland, Pakistan, Mauritius, Somalia, Diego Garcia, Australia, Philippines, England, Italy, Germany, and Puerto Rico.
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