Obama is a JOKE of a President, but he’s getting the last laugh



Russia supposedly openly invades Ukraine, our NATO ally, and this joke of a President shows up to the press conference wearing a white flag (tan suit).
Headlines flooded with anxiety that Russia’s flagrant actions of hostility in Ukraine may instigate a third world war were “mitigated” in one fell swoop by putting the manchurian in a tan suit and sending him out to speak.
What he said isn’t important.  He really didn’t say anything important, other than he’s not going to do anything to Mother Russia.
Sanctions.  He said if they don’t stop the US will apply stricter “sanctions.” Blah :-p
All the American people cared about was his stupid suit. His suit was a literal “white flag,” psy-op symbol in plain sight.
Now I’m frustrated, I don’t want us to get into a WW3 scenario, however, Obama just gave Russia the green light, wore a white flag of submission, and gave Putin (and all our other ready and willing enemies) the go ahead. Go ahead and attack our allies, we won’t uphold our side of the deal to protect them.  Obama’s weak, but it’s his choice to be weak. He wants to be weak and he wants to weaken the US. He’s started fires all over the globe and now he’s sitting back and watching it all burn.
He’s no president, he’s a clown, in a tan suit.

NATO Just Released Satellite Evidence Russia Is Lying About Invading Ukraine @drudgereportapp

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N4TM Commentary
The third world war will be fought in the minds of the people. Strategic psy-ops, media wars, social media false flags, green screen “live” footage, etc. Our government lies so much yet we are to believe everything they say without question.  Remember, yellow cake found in Iraq? NATO will convene and expect the US to hold up their end of the Vaughn to defend NATO allies, if we don’t we become enemy #1.

CDC worker flown home to US over Ebola concerns

CDC worker flown home to US over Ebola concerns http://m.apnews.com/ap/db_268743/contentdetail.htm?contentguid=NoVjzOgt (from @AP)

N4TM Commentary
This is GREAT. .. the article reads that this CDC worker who was flown to Atlanta, Georgia, was “near” the infected person with Ebola, “in the same room.” So much for, “it’s not airborne, ” and, “only transferred via direct contact with bodily fluids. “
Read screenshot of article:

Meanwhile, in Africa people are freaking out. WHO is saying this could reach 20k in Africa. What they neglect to mention is the slums are being quarantined, Zmapp works 1/2 of the time while Ebola kills half of infected. How’s that for Common Core Math?

Via BBC:
“Nigeria has confirmed its first Ebola death outside Lagos – a doctor in the oil hub of Port Harcourt.

His wife has been put under quarantine, while a further 70 people in the city are under surveillance.

Latest figures show more than 1,550 people have died of Ebola, with at least 3,000 confirmed cases – mostly in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone.

The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that the total number of cases could potentially exceed 20,000.

In an action plan to deal with the outbreak, the WHO said that “the actual number of cases may be 2-4 fold higher than that currently reported” in some areas.

Speaking to reporters, the WHO assistant director-general, Bruce Aylward, said the possibility of 20,000 cases “is a scale that I think has not ever been anticipated in terms of an Ebola outbreak”.

He added: “That’s not saying we expect 20,000… but we have got to have a system in place that we can deal with robust numbers.” End of quote.

Nigera potponed school starting up also, odd if it’s “not really in Nigeria.”

Quote via BBC:
” All schools in Nigeria have been ordered to remain shut until 13 October as part of measures to prevent the spread of the deadly Ebola virus.

The new academic year was due to start on Monday.

But the education minister ordered the closures to allow staff to be trained on how to handle suspected Ebola cases.

Five people have died of Ebola in Nigeria. The West Africa outbreak has centred on Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone, killing more than 1,400 people.

It is the largest ever outbreak and has infected an estimated 2,615 people. About half of those infected have died.”