Barack Obama, post-American

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Although Barack Obama has declared himself a Christian, he provides evidence suggesting that his mind has been tainted by a neo-paganism.

Barack Obama, moral relativist

Leaving the evidence aside for a moment, what do we know with some certainty about Obama’s mentality? He has correctly been called America’s first “post-American” President, but what does this mean?

It means that Barack Obama rejects, at least in principle, America’s two foundational documents, the Declaration of Independence and the Federal Constitution.

Barack Obama in a happier, more brazen, time for him.

Obama’s radical plans compared to Karl Marx. Montage: Greg Tew, CC BY 2.0 Generic License

By rejecting the former, Barack Obama rejects the theological and moral roots of American Civilization, which are encapsulated in the Declaration’s concept of the “Laws of Nature and of Nature’s God,” from which concept we derive our unalienable rights to “Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of Happiness.”

The “Laws of Nature and of Nature’s God” is often referred to as America’s “Higher Law” doctrine, which underlies the notion of “American Exceptionalism.” The “Higher Law” doctrine is simply the affirmation of laws that transcend space and time, to which laws the transient laws and acts of government must conform to retain its legitimacy and avoid what happened in 1776 when the Americans declared their Independence from Great Britain.

Now, to scorn the Declaration of Independence, as Barack Obama has done, is to disparage its trans-historical and universal concept of the “Laws of Nature and of Nature’s God.” This is tantamount to defining oneself as a multicultural moral relativist.

This logical deduction is also implied in Barack Obama’s reputation as a “post-American” President, as well as in his infamous denial of “American Exceptionalism.”  Nor is this all.

Barack Obama, neo-pagan

Since the concept of the “Laws of Nature and of Nature’s God” was understood by learned men of the eighteenth century as an abbreviation of the Seven Noahide Laws of Universal Morality, Obama’s disparagement of the Declaration suggests that he has in fact been influenced by neo-paganism!

Indeed, he gives evidence of such influence by his support of same-sex marriage, the practice of the ancient Canaanites and of various African nations today.

Viewed in this light, one should take with a grain of salt Obama’s oath of office: “I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will faithfully execute the Office of President of the United States, and will to the best of my Ability, preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States.”

This Constitution, however, prescribes the institutional means of implementing the universal and immutable moral values and political principles of the Declaration of Independence. These values and principles have no honored place in the bizarre mind of Barack Obama, a mind steeped in multicultural moral relativism, a euphemism for neo-paganism.◙

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One Response to Barack Obama, post-American

  1. […] he not been rightly denominated as a “post-American” president? What does this mean in depth, in truth, and not in journalese? It means that Obama […]

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