From the tools at “The World Wants Obama Coalition”.
As the US election focus narrows, and John McCain’s campaign manager states flatly that “this election is not about issues”, Avaaz.org – with 3.3m members globally – is launching a campaign to remind US voters to think of the issues and the world before they vote. Their initiative involves a petition:
Dear citizens of the USA: Your choice this November will affect the entire world. As citizens of other nations, we urge you to vote — and, when you do so, to consider global issues like climate change, human rights, poverty, and peace. Our futures are intertwined. So when you vote, remember us.
But it goes further, offering non-Americans the opportunity to write messages (and submit photos) explaining how the outcome of the U.S. elections will affect us personally. The stories, photos, and signatures will be incorporated into advertising campaigns – and will be sent by many of the 300,000 American Avaaz members to their friends, families, and colleagues in personal appeals to consider international issues in the election.
Brett Solomon, an Australian Avaaz campaigner, writes: “Will this work? Of course, it won’t decide the election all by itself. But it could have a significant impact. It’s critical for all of us to be respectful in our messages; approaching this with the wrong spirit could risk triggering a backlash. We all recognise that this is a democratic election, and the decisions will be made by U.S. voters themselves. But while it’s not our place to tell Americans what to do, it’s certainly appropriate for us to let them know that their actions affect us all around the world — and our polling of U.S. Avaaz members shows they’re excited to bring our global messages to their friends and neighbours [83.2% responded favorably to this campaign, against just 4.7% who thought it was a bad idea].”
The American Left and the Eurotrash (including the Canadians) view themselves as “cultural and moral superiors”; taking the role of “back seat driver” while the U.S. gets behind the wheel. If any one of you think you would be better at world leader/cop, then by all means, please take the fucking job.
Eurotrash effetes are a laugh a minute. The Chinese purchase of your beloved Bubba Clinton’s 1996 re-election wasn’t enough.
As long as we had a leftist lackey in office (Bubba Clinton) who kissed your ass and opted out of retaliation in the face of growing Islamic terrorism, you were as giddy as a schoolgirl.
As for the polling of ‘U.S. Avaaz’ members, this is what they’re all about:
Avaaz.org is a new global web movement with a simple democratic mission: to close the gap between the world we have, and the world most people everywhere want. “Avaaz” means “Voice” in many Asian, Middle Eastern and Eastern European languages.
Across the world, most people want stronger protections for the environment, greater respect for human rights, and concerted efforts to end poverty, corruption and war. Yet globalization faces a huge democratic deficit as international decisions are shaped by political elites and unaccountable corporations — not the views and values of the world’s people.
Didja get that? A New World Order under the guise of a “democratic” movement. Only one problem about that, most of the countires in question aren’t exactly democratic, and they sure as hell have a selective definition of “human rights” which doesn’t include concern about the victims of militant Islam.
Trouble is Avaaz, Americans couldn’t care less what you think. Brace yourselves, Obama will not be the next White House occupant.
The majority of American voters (even some retarded liberals) recognize a pusillanimous magna-cum-numbnuts who couldn’t lead his way out of a wet paper sack. National security matters. Strong leadership in the face of an enemy hellbent on transforming the planet into a Caliphate, matters. Drilling our own oil resources a first step in telling OPEC to go to hell, matters. Standing up for American interests around the world, matters. Having the balls to tell the Eurotrash to bugger off, because they view themselves as “cultural and moral superiors” while taking the role of “back seat driver” as the U.S. gets behind the wheel, matters.
The choice is between Republican candidates and two leftwingnuts who would sacrifice America for a ‘world image’.
The choice is a no-brainer, which should be easy enough, even for the average democrat.