The last time Barack Obama traveled to South Africa, was for Nelson Mandela’s memorial service in December 2012. Who can forget how devastated former President Barack Obama and his lovely wife, First Lady Michelle Obama appeared during Mandela’s memorial service?
Well, he’s baaaackkk….
And this time, he’s taking his clown show to the racially divided citizens of South Africa, as Barack Obama practices his
hateful rhetoric campaigning for Democrats in 2018. Will this community organizer ever go away?
During his visit to South Africa to commemorate the day that would have been Nelson Mandela’s 100th birthday, former President Barack Obama took several thinly veiled shots at President Donald Trump and “strongman politics” during a speech in Johannesburg this week.
Without mentioning Trump by name, Obama said that we “are living in strange and uncertain times.”
He told the crowd that he is “not being alarmist [but] simply stating the facts.”
“Strongman politics are ascendant suddenly. Whereby, elections and some pretenses of democracy are maintained [but] those in power seek to undermine every institution or norm that gives democracy meaning.”
Obama said that international progress is “threatened by the rise of nationalism,” but told the crowd that the world has been through “darker times.”
Obama also quoted Mandela in one of his apparent jabs, saying that people are not born racist or discriminatory, but “people must learn to hate.”
“They can be taught to love,” he added, quoting the late anti-apartheid leader. –Fox News