The hypocrisy of the Obamas in ‘Saving Our Girls’ is stunning
The legacy of convicted sexual predator Harvey Weinstein and the late Jeff Epstein live on over at Netflix—where the Tween Twerking drama Cutie is the latest A Star Is Born release in nauseating, streamed living color.
The film, generating controversy for its dance sequence showing underage girls gyrating provocatively and touching themselves sexually, is proof that filth is more contagious than any virus.
“The scene prompted the hashtag #CancelNetflix to reach the No. 1 trending item on Twitter Thursday. An online petition calling for customers to cancel their Netflix subscriptions has reached more than 600,000 signatures. (Breitbart, Sept. 11, 2020)
How do we know that the Obamas go along with the Netflix git-along-release of Cutie?
“Barack and Michelle Obama, who have a production deal with Netflix, have so far remained silent about the Cuties controversy, as has former Obama national security advisor Susan Rice, who sits on Netflix’s board of directors.” (Breitbart, Sept. 11, 2020)
Epically ironic that while her husband was in the Oval Office, Michell Obama took credit for the initiative, ‘Let Girls Learn’ that promoted education for girls.
“She’s said in the past that she put the Let Girls Learn initiative together in part because she was disturbed by the story of kidnapped schoolgirls” (BBC, April 14, 2016)
“In her speech, though, she mentioned them only briefly.”
“Members of a militant organisation, Boko Haram, kidnapped 276 girls from a school in Chibok, Nigeria, on 14 April 2014.
“Afterwards Michelle Obama posted an image of herself on social media, posing with a white sheet of paper that said: “#BringBackOurGirls”.
“The hashtag campaign, designed to bring attention to the kidnappings, had already reached 1 million tweets by the time Obama joined, but her statement still made a splash. She gave a public address several days later, talking about the kidnappings.
“She said her husband was directing the US government do everything possible to help Nigerians bring the girls back.
…”On Wednesday, nearly two years after the abductions, Obama spoke about the girls during an event about education at the World Bank in Washington.
“Before Obama appeared at the podium, the World Bank’s president, Jim Yong Kim, announced that the bank group was investing $2.5b (£1.76b) in girls’ education projects around the world.
“Then Obama spoke about her initiative, Let Girls Learn, that promotes education for girls.
“She’s said in the past that she put the Let Girls Learn initiative together in part because she was disturbed by the story of the kidnapped schoolgirls.
“In her speech, though, she mentioned them only briefly.
“Why, two years ago, would terrorists be so threatened by the prospect of girls going to school that they would break into a dormitory in the middle of the night?” she said, describing the crime.
“Beyond that she didn’t say much about the girls – and didn’t talk about their fate, either.
“Fifty-seven of the girls escaped from Boko Haram. The rest are still missing, with little hope of returning to their previous lives.
“Obama once described it as an “unconscionable act”. Like people around the world, she was outraged.
“Yet the US effort – and impact – was minimal. Obama said Americans would help the Nigerians.
“With that goal in mind, the US sent several dozen Air Force personnel to the region to use drones to help find the girls, reported the New York Times.
“In addition a couple dozen Americans gave advice to Nigerian officials who were trying to save them.
“At one point authorities found them. But as Andrew Pocock, who served as British high commissioner to Nigeria, explained in the Sunday Times, they didn’t rescue them.
People could have been killed – possibly even the girls themselves.
“She said: “These girls are our girls – every last one of them.” She described children around the world as “our responsibility”.
“She stood in a foyer with a glass ceiling thirteen stories above her showcasing a turquoise-blue sky. Natural light flooded the building, reflecting off floor tiles.Economists, development experts, and gender-violence researchers cheered as she spoke. They were part of a global do-gooder scene that seemed unusual in button-down Washington.”
“Despite initial outrage and a humanitarian spirit, the first lady’s campaign to tell the world about the kidnapped schoolgirls – in the hope they’d be saved – ultimately failed.
In retrospect, the public-awareness campaign seemed a little dreamy.”
The hypocrisy of the Obamas in ‘Saving Our Girls’ is stunning.
The hashtag #BringBackOurGirls” should be changed to #SaveOurGirls” From The Likes Of The Obamas.