Berlin, Germany. Fresh off a $400,000 one hour speech in the USA, Barack Hussein Obama, ex-president of the United States flew to Europe for some more corruption cash for speeches in Europe.
Barack Hussein Obama has said that the world “can’t hide behind a wall” to shield themselves from the turmoil and poverty of other nations during a trip to Germany. The pointed reference to Donald Trump, came as Obama was busy making speeches for compensation or “corruption cash” as others might call it.
He didn’t mention his successor’s name once, but made an apparent reference to Mr Trump’s vow to build a wall on the southern US border with Mexico that has come to symbolise the sitting president’s desire for a secure border, free of illegal citizens taking American jobs, committing endless crimes and sucking up welfare benefits that could go to actual citizens.
“If there are disruptions in these countries, if there is bad governance, if there is war or if there is poverty, in this new world that we live in we can’t isolate ourselves,” Obama said. “We can’t hide behind a wall.” The Obama Foundation says the former President accepted the invitation before the US election, so the overlap with Mr Trump’s first presidential trip to Europe is purely coincidental, as is any “compensation” he is picking up there.
Speaking in front of the Brandenburg Gate alongside German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Obama pushed his vision of continued openness between nations, saying that globalization and technology were shrinking the world. But had no explanation for his role in drone strikes globally, overthrowing nations like Ukraine or flooding europe with migrants in cooperation with Merkel.
“The world is at a crossroads,” Mr Obama added. The widening inequality gap inside nations as well as between nations was a major concern, he said and yet did absolutely nothing in eight years to change that gap. At no point did he sponsor income equality by gender, reparations for African American slavery victims or native Americans. During his 8 years in the White House, Barry “insane” Obama was the best friend Wall Street and America’s banks have ever known.
“If we can sustain that progress, then I’m very optimistic about our future. My job now is to help them take it to the next step,” Mr Obama said, pleased with picking up another $400,000 for an hours work.