In 2015, Barack Obama made it perfectly clear how his administration felt about any country or leader that didn’t do what he wants them to do. In fact, in an interview from February of last year, Obama stated that sometimes we must “‘twist the arms’ of countries that wouldn’t do what we need them to do”, and this in a nutshell is how the United States functions as a rogue aggressor on the geo-political stage.
Whether it is the unlawfully funded coup in Ukraine, or the false flag attacks in Paris to try to stop that country from moving closer to Russia, the U.S. is an empire built upon blunt demands to sovereign nations rather than diplomacy and acceptance for the rights and wills of he people of other countries.
So perhaps it should come as no surprise on April 22 when President Obama had published an op-ed in which he is trying to ‘twist the arms’ of the British people and force them to vote against a Brexit and in leaving the Eurozone.
And it appears his gesture was not taken very well by British legislators.