Former Polish President Lech Walesa: Obama ‘Wasn’t Ready To Be A World Leader’

February 17, 2014 12:48 pmViews: 1401

Former Polish President Lech Walesa


If you don't think the world is noticing what an inept leader we have in the United States under Barack Obama, they absolutely are.

Obama looked like a fool up against Syria when he set the red line on use of chemical weapons in their civil war, but then did nothing when that apparently happened and then Vladamir Putin took control of the Syrian chemical weapon situation.

So now, even former foreign leaders from several years ago, such as former Polish President Lech Walesa has come out and said President Obama was not really ready to be a world leader.

How could he possibly be fit for world leadership when he spent a total of 145 days as a US Senator before announcing his presidential run and before that he was an Illinois state Senator and a community agitator street thug for ACORN previous to being in state government.

Being black and being a good speaker doesn't qualify you to be leader of the most powerful nation and military on the face of the Earth.

Read more on this story from NewsMax about what Lech Walesa said regarding Obama's world leadership abilities below:

Anti-communist crusader and former president of Poland Lech Walesa tells Newsmax that of all the national leaders currently on the world stage, the one who has “disillusioned” him the most is President Barack Obama.

Walesa also asserts that Obama “wasn’t ready” to take on the task of leading the world’s most dominant superpower.

And he calls for reforms at the United Nations so the world body can help fill the vacuum left by the United States’ failure of leadership under Obama.

Walesa played a key role in freeing Eastern Europe from the clutches of Soviet communism and ultimately in the breakup of the U.S.S.R.

In 1980, he co-founded Solidarity, the Soviet bloc's first independent trade union. Later in that decade he helped form the first non-communist government in the Soviet bloc, beginning the downfall of communism in Europe.

Walesa won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1983, and served as Poland's president from 1990 to 1995. Today he heads the Lech Walesa Institute, which is dedicated to democratization and his personal legacy.

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