Ginni Thomas

Obama And The ‘Politburo Attitude’ To ‘Define The Truth’

With parents who fought communism in Hungary, Dr. Sebastian Gorka, a military theory professor at Marine Corps University, sees through the elite media filter impairing America’s strategic understanding of the world’s increasing instability.

In these exclusive video interviews, Dr. Gorka discusses the threats America faces while exposing the inability of the Obama Administration to keep our country safe with a diminishing global stature.

 PART 1: America rejects world leadership at great cost; Alinsky governance is making us less safe; elites believe they can manipulate truth. This behavior – last seen in the Politburo.

Challenging millennials and isolationists, Sebastian Gorka says, “If you think Ukraine does not matter, than you don’t understand 1776.” Ukraine merely wants self-determination as America did.  He says, “America is about the values the founding fathers created America on.”

The Obama Administration’s statecraft is centered on ad hoc reactions that are based on the progressive ideology of Saul Alinsky, that, according to Gorka, make the Obama team “almost incapable of understanding the threats we face today.”

Explaining the contradiction between President Obama’s chastising of Russian Prime Minister Putin for violating international law,while his Administration shows blatant disregard for the rule of law at home, Gorka says they don’t feel tied to consistency.  He explains these hard left ideologues fundamentally believe they can define the truth and are not constrained by any kind of law.

In the video interview, Gorka explains them as believing, “We are committed to social engineering. We are committed to the idea that we can change reality. We can mold human beings into a more progressive version of themselves.  And, in that cause of engineering society into what we wish it to look like, we can say whatever we wish to say.”

“And, if it suits our purpose not to uphold the Constitution domestically, to do things that are illegal…but at the same time appeal to an idealistic international law and the ideas of multilateralism when it comes to crises in Europe, so be it, because I get to define the truth. And this is disturbing because the last time we saw this attitude to truth, it was actually demonstrated by the Politburo and the Central Committee of the Communist Party in the Kremlin,” Gorka continued.