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Obama says he’s being ‘forced out’ of White House (by Constitutional Coup)

Channeling his inner Maduro while living out some Erdoğan fantasy, and after spending much time in the presence of the many despots and dictators he so adores, Obama seems to be under a delusion of grandeur and perceives himself, with much hubris, as something more than what he truly is.  This is nothing new as the cronies surrounding him, have from the start, viewed themselves as mere subjects being “ruled by a black man.”  For most, however the reality is a messiah or savior he is not.

Certainly this could explain the actions of Obama and his family’s extreme arrogance and misconceptions of what and whom they are, and the position they hold within a constitutional republic.  Not only is this sad, it trends diabolical, and is dangerous to say the least.

Here is the article

If (Barack) Obama had his way, he’d probably never leave the White House.

During an interview with the Golf Channel, Obama confessed it’s only because he’s being “forced out” that he’ll leave the executive mansion in January.

“Have you taken any divots out of the South Lawn here?” he was asked by David Feherty.

“The rough’s a little thick here, I don’t practice that much,” the president responded.

“You know, I’m a… I’m not a hack,” Obama said, divulging about his golf game he’s worked extensively on during some 300 rounds during his presidency.

“But I’m not quitting my day job.”

“Actually you are quitting your day job fairly shortly,” Feherty jumped in, referring to the president’s term expiring in January.

“Then I may get good. I’m being forced out, I didn’t quit,” Obama said.

Then talking about his game again, he said, “I’m an honest 13 (handicap). I think my irons are good. My drive is straight but unimpressive in length.”

So will he actually leave? We’ll find out in January.

[Byline Kyle Olson]

August 8, 2016
The American Mirror

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Time left until Obama leaves office (under normal circumstances)

Perhaps Obama is terrified of having to leave the comfort of his “safe space,” and having the time to contemplate what he really is and what people really think of him. Or perhaps he realizes as Maximilien Robespierre put it.

If the spring of popular government in time of peace is virtue, the springs of popular government in revolution are at once virtue and terror: virtue, without which terror is fatal; terror, without which virtue is powerless. Terror is nothing other than justice, prompt, severe, inflexible…It has been said that terror is the principle of despotic government. Does your government therefore resemble despotism? Yes, as the sword that gleams in the hands of the heroes of liberty resembles that with which the henchmen of tyranny are armed.”  ~Maximilien Robespierre, Speech on the Justification of the Use of Terror

The old maxim “the end justifies the means” describes Robespierre’s policy well.  It is an inevitable part of natural law that all things come to an end, the rational mind can accept this and moves on, then there are others that are led away, kicking and screaming of their self-importance, to the gallows or the guillotine of fate, or worse exposed as what they have truly been all along.


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A delusion of grandeur is the fixed, false belief that one possesses superior qualities such as genius, fame, omnipotence, or wealth. It is most often a symptom of schizophrenia, but can also be a symptom found in psychotic or bipolar disorders, as well as dementia (such as Alzheimer’s). — Delusion of Grandeur | Encyclopedia of Psychology – Psych Central

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