This has been a conspiracy theory for years but has recently been in the media and is portrayed as legitimate and necessary. In Obamas’ final speech to the United Nations Tuesday, made an impassioned plea on behalf of a liberal world order that he admitted was under growing threat from wars in the Middle East and rising nationalism at home and in Europe. PLEASE TAKE NATIONAL POLLS AND PETITIONS. YOUR OPINION MATTERS Results Are Sent To Congress - Let Congress Hear Your Voice
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Obamas address was a sober assessment that forces such as income inequality threaten to force conflicts “in and among” countries — and not just ones in the developing world. He warned of an intensifying “contest” between liberal democratic systems and authoritarianism.
As more and more wealth in developed and developing countries flows to the wealthiest “1 percent,” resentment builds, meaning “it’s no wonder some say the future favors the strongman, the top-down model,” Obama said.
He called on other world leaders to enact new policies to quell inequality, predicting that the current course will lead to strife at home that could spill into other countries.
Obama has long supported and encouraged policies that further globalization. But on Tuesday, he warned that those very “forces of integration” have widened “fault lines” in the world order — from the Middle East to Europe and beyond. About the long-troubled Middle East, Obama suggested that things have gotten even worse during his tenure, saying “basic order has broken down.”