Obama’s moral obligation
As you read that article, think about what a moral obligation is to Obama. He worships Baal (see BaalTyranny.blogspot.com CANON button). So any “moral obligation” would bring glory to Baal.
He says “as Americans, we have a self-interest and moral obligation to help support Africa’s progress.” Note that he is serving Baal in two different ways: self-interest: it will serve his Baal Capitalists at home and support the missionary work of Baal Capitalism in Africa.
He says “Over the past five years, we’ve deepened our partnerships with African nations .” I was not aware his missionary work in Africa had been going on since 2009.
He says “We need to change the way we think about the continent, put aside old stereotypes and respond to Africans’ desire for a partnership of equals.” So their Baal Capitalism will function in the same way as our Baal Capitalism.
He says “That’s why I’m hosting a summit this week with leaders from almost every African country. We’re going to focus on three areas where progress in Africa can benefit us all.” US all being, the U.S., Africa, and Baal.
He says, “A new model of partnership can benefit all sides – like our Power Africa initiative, which aims to bring electricity to millions of African homes and businesses while also creating new opportunities for American companies and workers.” That’s fine, but why isn’t he so supportive of creating new energy jobs for American companies and workers in the U.S.?
He says “This week’s summit will be an opportunity to affirm the importance of upholding the rule of law, protecting universal human rights and combating the corruption that stifles economic development and undermines democratic progress.” That’s fine, but why doesn’t he affirm the importance of upholding the rule of law, protecting universal human rights and combating the corruption that stifles economic development and undermines democratic progress in the U.S.? Instead, he continually finds ways of undermining the rule of law, he doesn’t protect the human right of unborn babies, and his Baal Capitalism IS the the corruption that stifles economic development in the U.S.
He says “we’ll work to deepen our security partnerships to meet common threats, including terrorist groups like Boko Haram. That’s fine, but how about deepening our security at the southern border?
He says “we’re investing in the next generation of Africans who will shape the region’s future. I recently hosted hundreds of young Africans who were here in the United States studying at our universities and interning at our businesses.” So he is spending our tax dollars in developing Baal Capitalists.
He says “Africans are looking for partners to join with them in realizing the progress they seek.” That is the fifth time he has mentioned partnering with them. I guess that is what Baal Capitalism is all about.