We Must Stay Aware Of Secessionist Movements Worldwide

It is important we keep ourselves apprised of secessionist movements elsewhere around the world, because it is a certainty that our globalist progressive leaders do.  They cannot allow freedom fighters from one hemisphere to provide inspiration to a downtrodden people in another.  We are all connected by our common fight for independence and freedom from tyrannical government, and the One Worlders will do what they can to keep the masses under control.

We must look at Obama’s foreign policy through Progressive glasses.  It was no coincidence that our nation’s President was the one democratic leader to abstain from a live appearance at the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall.  Or that Obama cancelled the Eastern European missile shield, signalling a critical shift of support from underneath countries that fought for their freedom from Soviet control.  Or that Obama sided with the leftist leader Zelaya instead of the Honduran people and their constitution.  It will be interesting to see how Obama handles the Dalai Lama…

China Warns Obama About Dalai Lama, Citing Lincoln On Slavery

A Chinese government spokesman said Barack Obama should be especially sympathetic to China’s opposition to the Dalai Lama and Tibetan independence, as a black president who lauded Abraham Lincoln for helping abolish slavery…

Obama did not meet Tibet’s exiled Buddhist leader, the Dalai Lama, when he was in Washington in early October.  But the Dalai Lama has said they may meet after Obama’s visit to China, which condemns the Buddhist monk as a separatist for demanding Tibetan self-determination.

China is sure to condemn such a meeting, and spokesman Qin underscored — and possibly intensified — the political temperature of the issue by citing Obama’s background and admiration for President Abraham Lincoln, who opposed the secession of the southern states and sought to abolish slavery, which Qin likened to Tibetan society under the Dalai Lama…

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