Barack Obama was caught in early 2012 in a mic slip up. It was a mistake, went viral and was picked up by multiple mainstream media outlets. But was this truly a mistake? Or was it done purposely to make it look like a mistake. Either way it does suggest that the presidential election is not determined by voting. Voting is just the illusion of democracy, those that control the money supply and the multinational corporations they hide behind are the ones who select the president. That’s why these big corporations are the ones who sponsor them, and a number of them can be seen with ties to mining, energy, health, pharmaceutical, and other major industries that we use in our everyday lives by choice.
Obama shrugged off the incident, and made a joke out of it.You can decide for yourself, but he knew he would still be able to make moves well before his election. It also looks like he gives the “wheels are in motion” symbol. He will have more flexibility for what? People on the planet are beginning to understand each other, get along and cooperate. Simply by doing this we change the direction of the planet, and we begin to see through as well as break down the barriers to a better world, with love. Other videos of this incident are available all over the web. I believe that Mitt Romney and Barack Obama are two wings of the same bird, and the flight path doesn’t change unless we change it.
Barack: This is my last election
Dmitry: I understand
Barack: After my election I have more flexibility (wheels are in motion hand signal)
Dmitry: I under stand i’ll transmit this information to Vladimir (Russian President)
Presidents are selected, not elected – Franklin D. Roosevelt
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