Barack Obama spoke to a staggering crowd — estimated by German authorities to be in excess of 200,000, about his dreams of becoming the next world leader. Barack said that humanity must build a “world that stands as one” with, presumably him as its new leader. Obama said he was not speaking as a candidate for President of the United States but as a citizen of the world.
His soaring oratory held the crowd of over 400,000 spellbound as he demanded other walls be torn down when he referenced the Berlin wall. Specifically he said that walls between old allies cannot stand.
Many compared his remarks to the crowd of 1 million captivated Germans to previous speeches by Ronald Reagan and John F. Kennedy. Barack told the assembled masses, “”¦people of the world, this is our moment. This is our time.”
The crowd, estimated at 2.5 million strong, was especially excited when Barack spoke of a world without nuclear weapons and when he called for steps to counter climate change.
The crowd, thought to be as large as 4.5 million by German police spokesperson Bernhard Schnodrowski, really became enthused when Barack mentioned that Europeans often view America as “part of what has gone wrong in our world” and that in America there are “voices that deride and deny the importance of Europe’s role in our security and our future.”
Pundits and citizens of the world agreed that this was Obama’s most meaningful, soaring, lofty, grand, all-encompassing speech yet and that it would galvanize the world to support his humble candidacy to the Office of President of the United States.
Prior to the speech in Berlin, where crowds were estimated to be in the range of 5 to 6 million, his campaign plastered the entrance to the Western Wall, the holiest site in Judaism, with official Obama posters. Jerusalem Police spokesman Mickey Rosenfield confimed, “These posters were his campaign and not the doing of the police.”
Yes, we can.