Tuesday, January 13, 2009

What to Expect from Obama's Presidency by Erick San Juan

--- On Tue, 1/13/09, George Reyes wrote:
From: George Reyes
Date: Tuesday, 13 January, 2009, 9:47 AM

In connection with the inauguration of US President Barack Obama on Jan. 20, may we request a reaction/statement from your office so we can include it in our special report to be published in our newspaper -- Pinoy Today -- which is being distributed to our kababayans in California.
We will greatly appreciate if the materials can be sent before Thursday..
Maraming salamat po.
Editor in chief
Pinoy Today

From: Erick San Juan
Subject: What to Expect from Obama's Presidency by Erick San Juan
To: pinoygeorge08@yahoo.com
Date: Tuesday, 13 January, 2009, 10:15 PM

Methinks that there will be no major changes in the U.S. policy, just in case, President-elect Barack Obama will be sworn in as the next president of the USA come January 20,especially in it's foreign policy agenda. Why am I cynical about his inauguration? It seems that several contending power blocs within and outside his "loop" is sabotaging it. They're not sure if they can trust Obama to follow their dictate. The Gaza siege is the litmus test. The 'globalists' are awaiting for him to make a statement,either policy or personal. Obama said that he has to respect the outgoing president(George Bush,Jr.) and will issue policy statements in his inaugural address. This irked the globalists and phase two of the 'program' is on, meaning, that Obama's presidency could be sabotaged by an expose of his citizenship, possible assassination or he will be treated like a "manchurian candidate", a must to follow orders or else. I wish him well, but he has to be forewarned. The stake is high. In this kind of political game,it's so hard to tell who's betraying who. He should always remember the lessons from the great American leaders like Presidents' Abraham Lincoln and John F. Kennedy. He should learn from history!

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