Obama warns Americans about WHAT on a Fourth of July Weekend?

From his lofty perch in Indonesia this week, former President Barack Obama takes a jab at patriotism and nationalism. Picking the perfect weekend, that leading up to the Independence Day 4th of July celebrations, he calls it a bad thing and says it is way overdone. I guess that should come as no surprise as he has always been a globalist at heart. It is a shame he disrespects or nation so much. Read it here.

As Written By Kyle Olson for American Mirror:

While most Americans are gathering with family and community this weekend to celebrate the most exceptional country in the history of the world, Mr. Hope and Change is halfway around the world talking doom and gloom — and criticizing his successor.

Barack Obama visited Indonesia this weekend, and in a series of appearances, attacked love of country and the policies of Donald Trump.

The Guardian reports:

The former US president said some countries had adopted “an aggressive kind of nationalism” and “increased resentment of minority groups”, in a speech in Indonesia on Saturday that could be seen as a commentary on the US as well as Indonesia.

“It’s been clear for a while that the world is at a crossroads. At an inflection point,” Obama said, telling a Jakarta crowd stories of how much the capital had improved since he lived there as a child.

But he said that increased prosperity had been accompanied by new global problems, adding that as the world confronts issues ranging from inequality to terrorism, some countries – both developed and less developed – had adopted a more aggressive and isolationist stance.

“If we don’t stand up for tolerance and moderation and respect for others, if we begin to doubt ourselves and all that we have accomplished, then much of the progress that we have made will not ………


Obama warns Americans about too much patriotism – on July 4th weekend! – The American MirrorThe American Mirror

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