If any doubt remained that Obama despises the United States and cares nothing about protecting her sovereignty, he erased it during his final speech to the United Nations on Tuesday:
We can only realize the promise of this institution's founding, to replace the ravages of war with cooperation, if powerful nations like my own, accept constraints. Sometimes I'm criticized in my own country for professing a belief in international norms and multilateral institutions. But I'm convinced in the long-run, giving up some freedom of action, not giving up our ability to protect ourselves or pursue our core interests, but binding ourselves to international rules over the long-term enhances our security.
"I can't believe a president of the United States said this at the UN yesterday," Glenn said.
Read below or listen to the full segment for answers to these pro-American questions:
• Is it possible for Obama to leave office effective immediately?
• Since Americans are quite fond of acting freely, which freedoms should we give up?
• Why are Americans sometimes criticized in their own country for professing a belief in their country?
• Could we just bind ourselves to the Constitution instead of international rules?
• Is it okay to identify as an American?
• Do national leaders have a hearing problem?
Listen to this segment, beginning at mark 1:22:20, from The Glenn Beck Program:
Below is a rush transcript of this segment, it might contain errors:
GLENN: I want to play something that I can't believe a president said. A president of the United States said this at the UN yesterday. Listen to this.
OBAMA: We have to put our money where our mouths are.
OBAMA: And we can only realize the promise of this institution's founding, to replace the ravages of war with cooperation, if powerful nations like my own, accept constraints.
PAT: Oh. Wait.
OBAMA: Sometimes I'm criticized in my own country --
OBAMA: -- for professing a belief in international norms --
OBAMA: -- and multilateral institutions. But I'm convinced in the long-run, giving up some freedom of action --
PAT: Listen to this.
JEFFY: Oh, my gosh.
PAT: Talking about giving up freedom of action by us. So we have to give up some of our freedom for...
OBAMA: Not giving up our ability to protect ourselves or pursue our core interests, but binding ourselves to international rules over the long-term enhances our security.
PAT: No, no.
PAT: You know, binding ourselves to the US Constitution enhances our security, not binding ourselves to other countries. I'm not interested in binding ourselves to other country -- any other country. I just want to be bound to the United States Constitution.
GLENN: You know what's amazing to me is if you look at where everything is going -- look at -- look at where -- where every -- every population is going in the western world. Where are they going?
Where are the people going?
The people are going to a restoration of their culture or their country, away from the collective. Brexit is happening. And now, other countries are seeing that, "Wait a minute, it looks like it was all scare tactics on Brexit. If it happens, it's all going to fall apart, and the economies will all die."
GLENN: Maybe we can get out.
The people are -- are rising up in Germany. I don't know if you guys saw what happened, but the pro-Russia party rose up and is now in second place. There is no coalition in Germany anymore. This happened in -- in Berlin. The latest election in Berlin shows that the far left and the far right are -- are separating themselves from the traditional parties, and they're saying, "We want nothing to do with the traditional parties." And they are the ones growing in power. And they say, "If that continues, not just in Berlin, but across the entire nation, Germany is going to be unmanageable."
Deutsche Bank dropped 20 percent in the last ten days. Its stocks, 20 percent.
Something is happening in Germany, and it's happening all across Europe. And what's happening is, "People are saying, I don't like these international rules. I don't want to be a part of that. I'm Greece. I'm Spain. I'm German. I'm French. I'm English."
And so the people are moving away from this. And the leadership is so tone-deaf that they are pushing forward to even more and bigger government control. When things meltdown, you are going to see a seizing of control on an international scale, a globalist scale.
Featured Image: U.S. President Barack Obama addresses the United Nations General Assembly at UN headquarters, September 20, 2016 in New York City. According to the UN Secretary-General Ban ki-Moon, the most pressing matter to be discussed at the General Assembly is the world's refugee crisis. (Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images)