“We don’t have a strategy yet,” Obama said as he took questions from reporters in the White House briefing room.
This comment has garnered much comment and rightly so. It is again an incorrect statement. Obama does and always has had a strategy. Anybody who has paid any attention easily can see the strategy. It is just that the strategy is anti-American. We see his strategy broken into three different phases.
The first phase is to do away with the United States military. Marx told him that he must dismantle the military. He must do this by taking funding that would go to the military and divert it to social programs. Marx said the military is the power that keeps the evil and greedy capitalist in control. When the global transformation has come about, a military will not be necessary. All aspects of the global Marxist society will be in total harmony. The policy of negotiating with all will be how differences are solved since there will be no adversaries.
The second phase is to begin the globalization process by eliminating borders. Marx said all should have the right to go to find work anyplace they want. Marx said the work people do does not have to be productive work, it just must be self-enriching. Evil countries that have exploited others must share with all and be brought down to the same economic levels of the exploited. Just like the economic rule of “from each according to his abilities to each according to his needs” applies to individuals within a nation, it also applies to countries. If other countries do not become strong, we must become weak.
The third phase has been to free all Islamic countries from the rule of dictators and enable groups like the Muslim Brotherhood to take power. All groups who claim to be for the people are to be assisted through influence. Military power is never to be used, or if used, it is to be used very sparingly.
The fallacy of this foreign policy of Obama is that others in the world do not adhere to this same philosophy. We see this with ISIS, Putin, Hamas, and others. Obama, rather than explaining his foreign policy, decided it was more politically expedient to just say he did not have a strategy yet.