Last week I wrote about the possibility that validating his Nobel Prize was one of the possible options available to explain Barack Obama’s moves with Iran. After more consideration I believe the Nobel Prize option has risen to the top. It seems clear now what is happening. The Nobel Prize is only the first step. Now that Barack Obama has ruled the United States for six years with impunity and little resistance, he has his sights set on bigger fish. Barack Obama now seeks to be King of the World. And how does he do that? By becoming the Secretary General of the United Nations. And how does he accomplish that? By first making himself worthy of his Nobel Prize on the world stage. While the Middle East may be imploding, he can stand above it by making peace with the world’s biggest troublemaker. His leadership is demonstrated by his willingness to go where no one before him would go. Even to the extent of suggesting “Death to America” doesn’t really mean “Death to America”.
And of course he wants to make sure the position is as powerful as it can be once he gets there. Given that the UN is the ultimate international organization, giving away power to lesser international organizations makes the leader of that ultimate organization that much more powerful. Thus explains his attempt to give away control of the Internet to an international organization. Thus explains his desire to lead from behind in… numerous places. Thus explains the hidden push to make the fed and the Treasury Department subject to international regulation. Finally, given the fact that the UN is a democratic organization in the sense that majority rules, it makes perfect sense that an obsequious Barack Obama would bend over backwards to cater to the developed world nations in the Middle East, Africa and South America. If he curries favor with them then he has his majority and will likely be able to implement just about anything he wants. Sure there is an American veto on the Security Council, but with President Pocahontas in office, what are the chances that their goals will differ?
And so it goes. Barack Obama is a man who has conquered the single most powerful nation in the history of the world and now the Megalomaniac in Chief has his sights set on the only bigger target on this planet… an organization that runs the world. While they are not likely to give him the title “King of the World” that won’t really matter. He will be nonetheless. Given his willingness to ignore the Constitution here in the United States, what makes anyone think that any sort of limitations might stand up to the King when he makes his desires known. And as his administration in the UN won’t have a Tea Party to try and keep it in line, the possibilities are endless.