Obama Awards Socialist – Snubs Anti-Communist Hero

For those who persist in stating Barack Obama’s anti-Poland gaffe this past week were mere mispoken words, consider the fact that on the same ceremony in which he awarded the highest civilian award in America to a current chairperson of a national socialist organization, he also snubbed a former Polish leader who helped topple communism in Europe some 30 years ago.

(Cold War warrior Lech Walesa)


The Poles wanted Lech Walesa to receive the medal on Karski’s behalf, but the White House nixed the choice. Last year, during Mr. Obama’s visit to Poland, the hero of Solidarity refused to attend a large gathering to meet the younger leader. Mr. Walesa felt entitled to a tete-a-tete. Administration officials told Polish journalists that Mr. Walesa’s presence was too “political” for this week’s occasion. Poles read something else into it: Mr. Obama holds grudges. The counter-snub was the talk of Poland last week.

Meanwhile, one of the recipients of the Medal was Dolores Huerta, the honorary chair of the Democratic Socialists of America. So socialist politics are acceptable, but not the politics of a man who stood up and fought socialism.   LINK


Ronald Reagan declared Lech Walesa a hero to humanity for his fight against communist oppression.

It would appear Barack Obama doesn’t let Walesa step foot into the White House for the very same reason…

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17 Comments to Obama Awards Socialist – Snubs Anti-Communist Hero
    • VTX
    • Obama’s administration began with the removal of Churchill’s bust; it is filled with incompetence and ignorance and insults to our allies, and his administration will end with his sorry arse being unceremoniously removed via ballot box.

      The worm turns slowly but surely.

      • CHHR, VA
      • I couldn’t agree more. It’s so frustrating to hear leaders say “we didn’t see it coming” in reference to 2008 and even more so when the public responds like shell shocked chilren when talking about what this buzzard is going to conive next. For Pete’s sake they ALL stood by and watched as year after year Washington pushed us closer to the cliff. How on earth can the public look in the mirror and say “well I never” now as he makes the final push?

        He’s doing EVERYTHING he said he was going to do upon being elected. Unlike Michelle, I’m not proud of this once great and reasoned nation, I’m ashamed for her and my heart breaks for the children born to all those unwed mothers suckling at the government teat as they exercise their freedom to self-gratify.

      • IS
      • I would like to say unbelievable, but in Obama’s case, its almost expected he would do something like this. How can he do this?

      • CHHR, VA
      • Unfortunately the Church has a huge obstacle before Her. With the nasty rhetoric against the Church, getting folks to understand the importance of this issue is going to be difficult at best. Watch why here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uFYCNKi-BhA

        In order to get the Evangelicals to join the fight, there first must be an accord as to what it means to be Christian. Unfortunately, the infiltration of an agenda designed to continue to deceive people about the foundational tenants of the Church are first and foremost designed to halt the advancement of a fundamentally believing public based on tolerance.

        In fact, there is an active movement that works to perpetuate segregation of Christians from the Catholic Church to ensure that the heart of our society’s cultural struggles continue. As long as we are in a social tit for tat about who is right theologically, they work to forward their plan that has everyday people believing that widespread infringement of what we know to be right and just is for the “common good” and therefore tolerable. One does not even to be a believer to accept that our Constitution was built on the fundamental right to live free from government imposition against those unalienable rights.

        We are at a crossroads socially, and if we are to determine who we as a society are to become, we must first have the courage to talk about where we’ve come from. While we’ve been led to believe there is a moral distinction between secular and non-secular thought. Yet our laws still hold the 10 commandments as the foundation of all of our societal rules. Today that argument continues with the Church being forced to provide something it is fundamentally against even though murder is still wrong. Obama actively pushed for late-term abortion rights as a right to choice and allowed millions of viable children to be murdered. Gender based abortion is acceptable and oddly, abortion is heavily used in the principles for which it was designed – as a means of public cleansing (Eugenics.) And every time we argue against the profound wrongs, we strengthen the de-humanization of the impact of our actions.

        So tell me, how can we go on about a right to choose when we continually work against the death penalty and a criminal’s right to life? How can we even begin to square the murder of a child that made NO personal choices as inferior to one that intentionally made EVERY choice to harm another? I just don’t get it.

        So I think it is important that before we make ideological not theological arguments relating to the issue of life, we must first come to a principled position that legitimizes the foundational principles of Christianity again. We might start by taking the time to reason where we as individuals stand. Christianity is wide-spread but splintered along ideological lines. Consider that simple truth as we work to understand how to mend the great divide regarding what is true and that which is simply hyperbole designed to keep the Church from truly being united.

    • IS
    • Well, doesn’t look like he is demonstrating any pretense over his agenda anymore. Its right out there for all to see. Obama is a Socialist/Communist.

    • charlotte
    • http://www.nationalreview.com/articles/301474/president-obama-shuns-lech-walesa-rory-cooper

      Its because Walesa, even though a trade union head, fought against Communist and helped lift the yoke of Communism off Poland’s neck.
      This can only mean that Obama does not want to upset the Russians and that he is a Commie/sympathizer.
      He got rid of the Missile defences in Poland and then smeared Poland about Nazi death camps.
      Do not forget that plane crash that killed virtually the whole Polish cabinet. Obongo did not protest much to the Russians even though the Russians have been suspected of causing the fatal crash
      No, I’m afraid Obongo is a Commie, all his “fathers” were Commies, his mentors were commies, is mother was a commie, his grandparents were commies. How could HE not be a commie?

    • cobra
    • Yes.
      The schism of 1054 and the reformation were based upon ego as well as due to mistakes made by people of the “church”.
      This was exploited by some people who did not like Christians.Some even are saying that the reform movement was even fostered by them.
      In any case these divisions within Christianity are very detrimental not only to the Christian religion, but to the Western Civilization itself.
      I am a Chistian, belonging to the original form of Christianity, and I find it very annoying to be told I am not a Chistian only because I am not x, y, or z. Yes, it hapenned….
      The day the entropy within Christianity decreases will be a very good indeed.

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