Anti-Obama, Racism and Islamophobia growing

Anti Obama rhetoric has often been disguised racism. Discrimination, hate and bigotry in the shape of a “reasoned” anti Democratic party stance. However, the vast majority of the people hating the first black President, do so from outright racism. They simply do not want a black president, nor the idea of a black president.

Anti Obama rhetoric has often been disguised racism. Discrimination, hate and bigotry in the shape of a “reasoned” anti Democratic party stance. However, the vast majority of the people hating the first black President, do so from outright racism. They simply do not want a black president, nor the idea of a black president.

Donald Trump

Donald Trump’s election win is a direct response to President Obama’s long tenure as the leader of the USA. The under educated, poorly travelled and uncouth white vote placed Trump in the White house. His unashamed bigotry against minorities and women did not stop or slow down the rise of Trump, from billionaire businessman to unprepared but successful presidential candidate.

The future we hope can be brighter, not just for Americans but for the world in general. We need a lot more understanding between people of all races, cultures and religions. It is our leaders who must make the initiatives to bring people together. Even Obama was not able to do that. The tight grip from big business and the military industrial complex has made sure there will be continued enmity between nations, for the pure reason that it makes money.

In conclusion, those leaders who can break through and bring greater transparency, accountability and remove “big money” from politics are the ones who can bring greater stability for the world, along with the sensible leadership we all expect.

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