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Obama’s REAL First Campaign Speech for President

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(Truthstream Media.com)

Phony elections are the norm because The People have lost their political power.

Powerful forces can rather easily launch manufactured candidates into the political arena, even from scratch. An astounding example is found in Obama’s REAL first speech campaigning for the presidency – back in 2004.

As if in a magician’s routine, it has been repeatedly proved that crafted rhetoric and astroturf buzz is enough to generate energy and emotion in a crowd – enough to convince masses of people to vote blindly for a candidate they know little to nothing about, but who carries themselves in a convincing manner. Propagandists and press relations boast big claims about shallow people with bounding ambition.

Obama is a prime example. He entered the national stage as the keynote speaker of the Democratic National Convention in 2004, at a time when he’d only held office at the state level, and wooed crowds as a hailed “rising star” already promising “hope” to a troubled generation. He was stumping for John Kerry, now his Secretary of State, and was introduced as a rising political star by Hillary Clinton, Secretary of State before that. None have made good on promises of peace, restoring civil liberties, ending the wars or bringing home the troops.

Aaron Dykes

Aaron Dykes is a co-founder of TruthstreamMedia.com. As a writer, researcher and video producer who has worked on numerous documentaries and investigative reports, he uses history as a guide to decode current events, uncover obscure agendas and contrast them with the dignity afforded individuals as recognized in documents like the Bill of Rights.

2 Comments

  1. David Robbins

    Aaron, your description of Boys State was my exact experience in 1983. The well spoken candidate for governor was a minority youth, well trained in rhetoric. A real experiment in predictive programming. I had forgotten about this experience until I heard your description of your own experience at Boys State.

    The more I recall, Biys State reinforced other paradigms that plague us today – two party system, as you could form a third party, presence of military, as we had marines who drilled us in marching. In retrospect, a really bizarre experience for me. My reaction was the same as yours – I just tuned out because the parties were not interested in my ideas and I didn’t want to hand out pamphlets for a candidate who was came across as feeling entitled and anointed.

    It was definitley conditioning.

  2. I’ve been following your site since you left AJ. This has got to be the best article I’ve read here at TM. WEll researched and tell it like it is. Nice Job! I hope this is seen by billions. I Thank God for the interent.

    Have a great weekend.

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