Obama Back in Politics

This prediction is starting.  Normally a retired US president does not attack the current president.

Predictions 8-19-17   In the face of the rise of white nationalism.. he is back no longer retired.. the previous president.. opposing racism.. building a bridge between old and new leaders.. becoming an opposing voice where there is currently silence.. the fractured democrats without purpose, unite, unwilling to move backwards
I had a visual of Obama wearing boxing gloves.
At a later date. The military one will rise to the highest office.. he will bring back nobility to the White House.. unite the divided country.. and be seen as one of the greatest US presidents of all time.. his leadership runs longer than eight years.

Predictions 1-10-18   ”Against his own word Obama will fall back into politics.”

 

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65 thoughts on “Obama Back in Politics

  1. I hope Obama doesn’t. He created the division between people. The unemployment rate was high. No jobs. And he needed to be more hardcore on other countries. Does anyone truly believe we could go to other countries and get free handouts? But they can here. Just my opinion.

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    • How can you think like this dear fellow human? do you know what other countries offer? do you know what my collapsed country offered and still does to refugees from the wars you create around the world? please stop and think!

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    • Maggie — Polls have shown that Americans feel more divided than ever under the Trump presidency. And you do know the unemployment was high when Obama came into office because he inherited a literal Great Recession from the previous administration? Thus Trump was dealt a far better hand than Obama was, who took office when the jobless rate was 7.8 percent and rising. It hit a peak of 10 percent in October of Obama’s first year.

      When Obama left office, he had handed Trump the longest period of job growth since FDR and an unemployment rate of 4.8%, which has continued to fall thanks to the economic recovery that began in 2010 under Obama. Trump’s per monthly job numbers are the same as Obama’s were in 2015 and 2016.

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      • It seems standard in many countries, well it is the case here in Australia as well as the US, that the conservatives bleed the country dry, loose elections and then when the progressives bring the country back on even keel, get kicked out of office. Mind you, most conservative parties have the backing of the major media outlets.

  2. He created this mess and he can end this mess. All the usa problems is because of him. He was commander and chief. A great leader can raise his hand up and say I made a mistake. Same goes for john kerry and others. Otherwise the Democrat party is finished just like the liberals. America is christian. Jesus is methusala. See usa in methusala. He was high priest of melkezdiak. Jerusalem was named after melkezdiak by the 12 kings. See usa in jerusalem. The black pope. Obama is a disgrace. Same goes for trump in regards to the white pope. Both have had opportunities and did nothing. Both parties have failed.

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    • America is not just Christian Anthony, its a melting pot of many religions and some who don’t practice religion. Wait, aren’t you a priest? Hmmm, sower of love and peace? Not…

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      • Eric,
        I apologize for my response to Anthony. I guess the hurtful remarks about Obama were too outrageous so I remembered some of the other truly unkind remarks stated under that name. I’m truly sorry; it won’t happen again.

      • I am sorry Marry that was not directed toward you but everyone, I should have said that. Some of the comments were erased because they were overly cruel.

    • Read the 1st Amendment and you will quickly discover that America is not a Christian nation — also look into the many reasons why the Revolution was fought (Hint: religious persecution and control by the Church and the Crown).

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    • Please respect the beliefs of everyone here. Saying America is Christian is not appropriate and simply wrong since there are many faiths in this country. Please remember to have a decent respectful conversation.

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  3. what a ray of sunshine, for AMERICA again. he respected the office of president, treated all people with respect, learned, over time to be more felixable with ideas and learn term goals. did he make mistakes? yes, which president hadn’t. but, he CARED more for people, DWELLED on the positive and looked for answers, instead of blaming everyone else…….. spirits always, see more, know more, and see inside the hearts of all of us. thank you eric, for posting a POSTIVE post, hope, is always a building block, for all of us……………

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  4. I knew I shouldn’t have read the comments here. I think some of these people enjoyed the activities in Charlottesville, they want more of it. Thank you, Eric, for your positive messages.
    I believe Kerry may be the military man.

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    • The activities in Charlotsville wouldnt have happened if they didnt allow people without permits to be there and they were there to be violent. They were hitting that car with bats and if was me I would ha e freaked out also. I have seen what they do when they attack people in there vehicles and pull them out and beat them. I dont agree with the white supremacists but I am also against any supremists of any race. Obama caused a lot of division and continues to do so. He was responsible for a lot of police killings by the things he said. Just my opinion.

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      • Please take a look at the Fox video, I hate the idea of opening up old wounds but to me it’s important to get the right prospective especially for the loss of Heather Heyer and LT Cullen life, so we don’t disrespect their memory, though in no way do I think that was what you are trying to do. There is also the prediction that implies his intent was hate or rage: Saturday.
        I had a visual of man with a scowl on his face. “The mad man.. Running people down.. not breaking but accelerating.”

      • Exactly Michelle….. and just look at Chicago.. his home town. What did he do for them during his 8 years in office. That is just one of his failures.

      • Anne, not being American but knowing from our own political system, if a President, like our PM has to operate under a hostile/opposition Senate or Congress for six of an eight year term, is it the President’s fault or those opposing him for not allowing passage of said legislation?

      • Yes Eric. I totally agree with both your statement. Sorry if I sound repetitious. And so sorry I can’t stay silent any longer. Obama is to Trump as Jesus was to the Antichrist. Damn, if I say any more, I’LL be demanding you kick me out under house rules *chuckle*.

  5. As I said earlier, the comments after an Obama positive post are just the worst. Some people see his words as divisive but think nothing about what is said at these weekly “rallies”. The photos of enraged, hateful faces are sickening, and that’s just their feeling towards the media. The double standards are astonishing.

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  6. Obama was a well spoken man man with a great deal of integrity. He could have done so much more for our country if he wasn’t blocked by congress.

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    • It is my strong Spiritually Guided belief that the hopes and wishes he had for the American people, when he was President, and which were cut to pieces by, not only a stacked Congress and Senate, but by some of his own Democrats, will start to be seen over the next year at least.
      As President, he was a ‘figurehead’. A Democrat’s figurehead, but also a multicorporate’s figurehead. He had to ‘toe the line’.
      He has had his break, his rest, his family time which he honours more than Trump could ever dream of, and is now refreshed. The real fight for America begins now, and God help those lying ‘in God’s name,’ putting up false idols, false gods and false and anti human principles.
      He, and only he, can rally the TRUE, Honour and Loyalty a free and fair America needs at this time.
      Please, support him, contact him, give him your endorsement, for without him, you are totally doomed.
      Hope that isn’t too over the top Eric. I think I have American Guides, because they are extremely passionate at the moment.

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      • petemedium, thank you for your very insightful comments. I agree with you totally. I also believe if more people would study history they would be able to see the truth more clearly, and be able to avoid these dangerous pitfalls of terror, corruption and heading full speed into plutocracy and Kleptocracy and autocratic dictatorship. The signs have been here, and not just in America, for some time. Trump is a very clear sign. As he is trying desperately to be a dictator. I pray this nightmare ends soon. We have much work to do to come together as a nation to heal and make our country and world a better and kinder place for our children and grandchildrens future.
        On a side note pete, I’m very happy that Sam was able to find his way home.

  7. As you all know by now I am not American. I am Australian, living in Australia with no axe to grind re American politics.
    But fairness, honesty and good will, which are TRUE Christian values, have been missing in the US for way too long. And in particular, they are missing in the very House that is claimed to be that of Jesus: Christian Churches.
    Jesus taught that we love our fellow man, not just fellow Americans. That all people are part of his ‘Family’, including those separated by inhospitable land masses, oceans and seas.
    The Good Samaritan, wasn’t the story of a white person helping another white person. The woman at the well wasn’t Jesus being judgemental of a person’s beliefs, actions or ‘sins’.
    Not once did He raise concerns to his time by fear mongering with ‘what if’s’. In fact he commanded the opposite: ‘Fear Not.’
    These values, His true values, are rarely heard from any of the so called ‘New Christian Churches’ anywhere in the world.
    Hatred and bitterness, so common in the hearts of many so called Christians, is simply a sign to ‘those with ears to hear and eyes to see’ that the Spirit Jesus encouraged us all to draw on, has ‘left the building.’ Those with white skin and dead souls, Jesus referred to as ‘Whited Sepulchre’
    Whose ‘god’ are they truly honouring? Where is their Faith?

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    • petemedium, thank you for your statement. I agree completely. Eric, thank you for what you do and the non judgmental way in which you keep us aware of Spirit’s messages.

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    • Pete, Agree, when I hear these “Christians” talk and the things coming out of their mouths, I am just shocked and wonder, out loud, what Bible are you reading?!?! Cuz it sure isn’t the one I know. And they certainly are not following the teachings of Jesus! Not even close! I would love to ask them if they know that Jesus was from the Middle East and that he was Jewish. So he sure wasn’t white! He was brown with dark eyes and dark hair. Do they even think at all about this?
      We are ALL God’s children! No matter what your skin color, ethnicity or your particular faith or none. The sooner we can all acknowledge this and accept all people as equals with kindness and love, the sooner our world can be better. I hope and pray this can happen.

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      • Jesus could have been any color, if you think about it–the Middle East then had people trading from Africa, Asia, even Europe. Jesus could have looked Middle-Eastern, or he could have had darker skin and curly black hair, or white skin with blonde hair.

        His coloring isn’t important to me…..I’m not sure what I believe religiously about him, but I do respect that he bravely preached peace and mercy and compassion in a really brutal time period. That’s what matters most.

        Actually, I wouldn’t be surprised if every single person on the planet has at least one ancestor of a different skin color. Think about it, we have four grandparents, eight great-grandparents, 12 great-greats, doubling back even more the further back you go. That’s gotta be thousands, hundreds of thousands of ancestors for each person, so odds are we’re all mixed somewhere.

        There are people in Africa who have ancestry of Asian and Middle-eastern traders, Europeans whose ancestors migrated out of Africa, Native Americans whose ancestors left Asia and crossed the Bearing Strait, (Don’t think I spelled it right) and Asians with some European and Middle Eastern ancestors. We’re all a mixed bag, and I find that really cool! Even if it’s a 27th-great-relative who is different, it shows we’re all connected whatever we look like.

  8. Obama inherited the Great Recession. Unemployment was very high when he took office at around 8%. He spent a great deal of time trying to right the ship. He wasn’t perfect. For much of his presidency his party did not control the house and senate. Here are 3 economic facts about what happened during his 8 years of Presidency:
    -The economy gained a net 11.6 million jobs. The unemployment rate dropped to below the historical norm.
    -Average weekly earnings for all workers were up 4.0 percent after inflation. The gain was 3.7 percent for just production and nonsupervisory employees.
    -After-tax corporate profits also set records, as did stock prices. The S&P 500 index rose 166 percent.

    Each president has positive and negative accomplishments. Was unemployment high under Obama? Yes of course it was. The USA was in an economic tailspin when he took office, hence the term Great Recession. However, the US was in dramatically different shape as he left office.

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    • Totally true Twiceblessed9. Americans don’t seem to realise that the Great Recession nearly became the World Depression Mark II.
      Many nations in the world who invested private and Government/public money into the American institutions that went broke are still having difficulty recovering. Greece, Italy, even Australia, lost trillions of dollars.
      And because George W Bush removed America from the International Criminal Courts, those countries had no recourse to recover the moneys they lost.
      Greece is a startling example of that.
      Obama did wonders for the American economy, for little thanks it now seems, but the real tsunami of that George W Bush induced crisis hasn’t fully played out.
      Very few nations, outside the US, trust the US for investment now, and China is showing an extremely enticing alternative. A Google search of the Chinese outreach shows that, if benevolent as Eric’s prediction indicates, they are well on the way to topple the US as world dominant power.
      I am still cautiously optimistic. My wonderful Guides, sadly, are on holidays re that matter *S*

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  9. So the division is obvious even here on a site determined to help mankind. I wonder what would happen if we turned off the different TV news channels, and weren’t influenced by spoon fed news. If we opened our souls to love and kindness and opened our minds to unbiased information. We could possibly see people working together, people caring about each other, people knowing that we are all connected and when we forget that connectivity, we fail. That is what is happening in our country and it will continue as long as you chose to believe what you hear on a cable tv news channel. Ugh; I expected more here on this site. Thanks Eric for all that you do and to all of the people who post here with a positive message. Peace!

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    • Mary, I agree with everything you posted, with one exception. It’s unfortunate that trolls & adversarial people post just about everywhere online now, but I don’t expect more here bc Eric can’t control who posts what. I look forward to the peaceful loving attitude of all online posters as you’ve described. Thank you Eric for sharing your insights here.

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      • I will say I have been monitoring these conversation to keep civility, both sides are borderline mean. I do hope we can all be civil in our debate. I have unfortunately erased some of the trolling messages. I hate doing that because I want everyone to be apart of the conversation.

      • Thanks Panda! I guess I’m idealistic and naïve..I cant understand where the haters come from..are they actually reading Eric’s work? If they hate so much, why would they want to be here? rhetorical question really..peace.

      • Keep in mind millions of people read their predictions now, so a handful of trolls isn’t that far fetched, it’s a far cry from 4 yrs ago when we had 300 readers.

  10. I don’t really want to say this, but humanity is in for a very hard difficult and sorrowful time if we can’t bridge our differences and work together on our societal problems and global warming issues. Someday in our future or our children’s or grandchildren’s future humans will be struggling just to survive and we will need each other’s help, whether we like it or not.
    People who judge others harshly are showing their fear of the “other”. Fear of someone who doesn’t think or act like they expect them to. Fear is the enemy. I can’t help but think people who hate Obama have some sort of emotional issue with him being so different from themselves. Maybe he just represents all the liberal ideas they hate, whatever the case it always seems out of proportion to the man himself.
    I respect Obama for his general tone of kindness and courtesy towards other humans. I appreciate he is doing what he feels is right and necessary knowing that some people will attack him for it simply because they can. I respect his free will to express his thoughts and emotions as another human who merely wishes to help when he feels he can make a difference. The midterms are coming up and he feels he can help more democrats get elected and he is probably right.
    At least the Obama administration recognized global warming as a real scientifically proven phenomena and tried to deal with it head on. The Trump administration always makes choices that seem based on corporations making more money and rich donors getting their tax breaks. The emphasis is on money making, but when global warming hits it will be with increasingly bad hurricanes/storms, widespread diseases unleashed in areas where they have never been before and starving humans because it is too hot or dry or wet for food to grow. Then everyone will be in the same boat and better row in the same direction or the human race will suffer immensely…
    Why are people afraid of science and global warming? It challenges them to change their worldview. Then they have to admit some things we are doing as a human race are destroying the planet and maybe we have to give up our pursuit of money and fancy cars and houses and actually take steps to help the planet.

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  11. Will the “military one” be the president in 2020? I kind of think not since you said that around the same time the next Hitler is in power overseas, America will have a president who is a bad person as well, which would up-end whatever progress of uniting the country the military one would’ve made if he became president.

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      • I understand — but in the past you said that at the same time the evil leader is in power, the US will also have someone in power who isn’t so much a good person either.

      • It’s not at the same time. I believe what I meant to say is one facilitates the other. Very much like Bush and Obama help facilitate the rise of ISIS. Maybe he does come in 2020. The question mark comes in their description of this bad US president which is in post 7-14-18, he is described as crazy, cruel, paranoid. But the first message about a mole of sorts somewhat sounds like the events happening now. So??.. The broader message is that if the US does not end their divide their cruelty to one another, it won’t be that difficult for evil acts to gain momentum through their leadership. I will let all of you decide on whether 7-14-18 is later down the line or starting much sooner than I expected. I personally have my doubts on it being Trump. Because They did make it sound like this 7-14-18 leader comes later. It is confusing especially since I don’t have a timeline on the truly evil leader

  12. Even if people view his speech as an attack on the current president, I really can’t imagine how much they expect a man to take until they’ve finally had enough and speak out.

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    • The current president constantly lies and reverts back to blaming his predecessor whenever he’s clearly at faught or to blame since he’s now the president. And at least someone’s speaking out because everyone else seems to be too afraid to speak out and stand up for what’s right. Just think of what would happen to this country if everyone’s too afraid too speak out against the rise of white nationalism? Complacency and apathy are dangerous traits to have in times like these. Going backwards in our history isn’t an option.

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      • Yes complacency and apathy have become all to normal in this country. The very notion that Americans proudly wave Nazi flags and march down streets make my skin crawl

  13. As someone who had two Heart surgeries,if it wasn’t for Obamacare I would be dead at 31.
    It’s not political at all,I am just grateful for having this type of healthcare.

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  14. Eric, on your note of a president serving longer than 8 years, that in fact can happen. Although a person can only be ELECTED to the office of president twice, they can be appointed to the office ( like a Vice -President or someone through succession ). If this happens after the 2 year mark of the presidency, they could in fact serve up to 10 years as president total. Interesting.

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