In October of 1995, the Capitol Mall was filled with black men, marching together under the direction of the Nation of Islam’s controversial leader, Louis Farrakhan. They marched to address the problems facing the black community, what role they played in those problems, and how they might atone.
Women, of course, were told to stay home and do wifely, motherly things.
At the time, U.S. leaders – even Democrats – were critical of the divisive message. President Bill Clinton boycotted the event, stating that “one million men do not make right one man’s message of malice and division.” Newt Gingrich, Speaker of the House at the time, called Farrakhan “an unrepentant bigot,” who used the event to appear legitimate. But they had no inkling of the great Divider-in-Chief to come – a man even Farrakhan couldn’t outdo.
Former President Barack Obama – who saw both Black Lives Matter and Antifa spawn on his watch – blessed us mere peasants with a glimpse into his ideal future during a recent speaking engagement in Winnipeg, Canada. In his usual narcissistic and self-congratulatory manner, he revealed his plans for creating what he calls a “university for social change.”
Obama’s perfect schools would replace the thoughts and education of “old universities” with a more universal and progressive approach. Much like his campaign promises of change, the details about this new brand of higher education were sparse – but nothing was left to the imagination regarding his ego and self-righteousness, as he described his hopes for the students of the future. “If we train them – if we give them skills, support, financing, media training, spotlights, then they’re the ones that are going to carry forward the solutions that we so desperately need. If we could form a network of those young leaders, not just in the United States, but around the world, then we got something,” Obama said. “If we can train a million Baracks and Michelles who are running around thinking they can change the world, hope is achievable.”
Reportedly, the packed crowd applauded loudly at this. But then again, they might simply be courting him as a replacement for their flamboyant prime minister, Justin Trudeau – the man who captivated the world with a fake-eyebrow malfunction, a major Bollywood blunder, and is now in the hot seat for alleged corruption payoffs.
The call to clone Barack and Michelle was first heard back in the spring of 2018, when, in Japan, Obama discussed his post-presidency plans to pay it forward. “The single most important thing I could do is to help develop the next generation. Or, the next group of people who could take that baton in that relay race that is human progress,” the former leader of the free world proclaimed.
Now it seems he wants to rule the whole world. From Obamacare to DACA, hasn’t Barack Obama done enough damage to the U.S. already? Then again, perhaps that’s why he’s shopping his ideas out to a more global audience.
The Obamas are already preparing their propaganda machine by teaming up with Netflix. In May of 2018, the streaming giant released a statement explaining that their latest darlings would “produce a diverse mix of content, including potential for scripted series, unscripted series, docu-series, documentaries, and features.”
No one wants to see a million up-and-comers attempt to increase the racial divide in this nation, as Obama did. As for Michelle, her dietary edicts and contributions to fashion need not be duplicated any time soon.
However, Barack Obama is one former president who simply refuses to go quietly. At 57, he is still relatively young. He has already tasted power and wealth, craves the spotlight, and, apparently, believes his fawning press. America may be stuck listening to his back-patting rhetoric for decades.