It is glaring evidence of the low regard the Chinese leadership as well as the Russians, Iranians and anyone else that isn’t in the globalist world government club have for the skinny big-eared little school yard weenie they can outsmart and bully at will. It would be funny and rewarding to watch except for the fact that we’re getting represented by this embarrassment and when they humiliate him, to a degree we are humiliated as well.
Not only was there no red carpet for Hussein Obama, the staircase upon which it would be attached was not rolled out. Our self-declared dictator was not able to deplane through the standard front door. Appropriately, he exited from the back end of the bird, finding his way to the ground without the respect other, legitimate world leaders of much less powerful nations received. The diplomatic message was clear.
Undeterred by their show of disdain, and moving on with his agenda just as he did when snubbed in Havana, Obama went on to pretend to be liked by Xi Jinping who joined him in usurping our Constitution by claiming to self-ratify a climate hoax agreement. That’s how it goes when you’re despicable it seems, something Obama appears to be familiar and comfortable with.
This was the same airport arrival in which Secret Service had to intervene to get Susan Rice through tarmac security and in which a shouting Chinese official reminded another among the US delegation that it was their airport and country.
According to Jorge Guajardo, Mexico’s former ambassador to China, who was quoted in the Guardian, there is no doubt this was an intentional act on the part of the Chinese, a calculated snub. He said: “These things do not happen by mistake. Not with the Chinese.” Guajardo has hosted presidents Enrique Peña Nieto and Felipe Calderón during his time in Beijing.
“I’ve dealt with the Chinese for six years. I’ve done these visits. I took Xi Jinping to Mexico. I received two Mexican presidents in China. I know exactly how these things get worked out. It’s down to the last detail in everything. It’s not a mistake. It’s not.”
Guajardo added: “It’s a snub. It’s a way of saying: ‘You know, you’re not that special to us.’ It’s part of the new Chinese arrogance. It’s part of stirring up Chinese nationalism. It’s part of saying: ‘China stands up to the superpower.’ It’s part of saying: ‘And by the way, you’re just someone else to us.’ It works very well with the local audience.
“Why [did it happen]?” the former diplomat, who was ambassador from 2007 until 2013, added. “I guess it is part of Xi Jinping playing the nationalist card. That’s my guess.”
It’s amazing in some ways that despite language and cultural barriers as well as great distances, the leaders of other nations share the same loathing for Hussein Obama that the majority of Americans have for him. Nobody likes this guy and for good reason.
As the pictures illustrate, all of the other world leaders attending were given their proper respect. They all had the right set of stairs, carpeted in red and exited from the front of their planes.