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UPDATE: As of October 13, 2016 – The 71st session of the United Nations general assembly formally appointed Antonio Guterres as the next Secretary General of the United Nations. However the possibility of Pres. Obama joining the organization after his Presidential tenure — remains to be seen.
Since the beginning of his Presidency, President Obama has often praised the United Nations and it’s “Peacekeeping Efforts” around the world. However he often comes under fire for what many have deemed an inappropriate infatuation with the United Nations despite it’s constant bias against Israel.
Today, the accusations of “infatuation” gained quite a bit of momentum when news emerged revealing how President Obama is seeking to gain a key position in the International community (United Nations).
According to reports, President Obama is seeking to become “Secretary General” of the United Nations after his Presidential tenure is over.
Needless to say, this has some Americans worried considering President Obama’s radical stance on issues such as Climate-Change, Immigration, Constitutional Reform, and Gun-Control.
However Americans aren’t the only ones worried about seeing President Obama as an “International Player”.
According to reports, Israeli Prime Minister Bejamin Netanyahu is also concerned.
Should Pres. Obama receive such a position, many feel that the controversial Nuclear Deal that the Obama Administration brokered with Iran would likely become the Least of Israel’s worries.
For this reason, The Israeli Prime Minister has [allegedly] taken steps to thwart President Obama’s Ascension.
As reported by Town Hall:
“Mr. Netanyahu is said to be rallying moderate Arabs to thwart Mr. Obama’s bid to become the Secretary-General of the United Nations after he leaves the White House next year.
Mr. Obama has already discussed the issue with Republican, Democratic and Jewish officials in the United States, according to Kuwaiti newspaper Al-Jarida.
Mr. Netanyahu recently is said to have gotten wind of Obama’s plans which he calls the Obama Project.
“Wasn’t eight years of having Obama in office enough?” Mr. Netanyahu is quoted in the Kuwaiti daily as telling associates.
“Eight years during which he ignored Israel? And now he wants to be in a position that is liable to cause us hardships in the international arena.”
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