"Obama" source: Alex Grey, Dalai Lama with EU Parliament Chef Poettering, source: EPOCH TIMES.
The Dalai Lama presented his speech in conjunction with the European Year of the Intercultural Dialogue event.
Other nation representatives who have addressed the EU during this event have been the Grand Mufti of Syria, Ahmad Bader Hassoun, UN Special Events Reporter Asma Jahangir, Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomäus I, Jorge Sampaio, High Representative to the UN for the Alliance of Civilizations, Sir Jonathan Sacks, and the Chief Rabbi of the United Hebrew Congregations of the Commonwealth". LINK
This comes together with a lot of NEW AGE HOGWASH from Alex Grey, look how they use the code-words again:
""After hearing Barack Obama's speech in Berlin, and noting the degree of excitement and hope that he generated throughout many countries besides the US, I started to see him as one of the first true "world leaders." This may be partly because of his extraordinary childhood and political life that has bridged many cultures. Obama's restraint and intelligence, exhibited as foes were bating him throughout the campaign, his heartful clarity coming through in his talks are all qualities of a highly evolved person.
We need to consider our planetary citizenship, because solving the world's ecological and economic problems, and creating a culture of peace and reconciliation will require the co-operation of all nations.
Perhaps you can use this symbol of Barack Obama to send him a prayer of support, to send all the loving hopeful healing and creative energy that we can focus on him so that he can perform the task of leadership in the most effective and powerful way for the greatest good, for the greatest number." -- Alex Grey" LINK
Now please have a look at (Solanas friend) Strobe Talbotts interview with Spiegel on Obama!:
SPIEGEL: "Will Obama attempt to shift from an American identity to a global one?"
Talbott: "He has already begun to do so. In his speech in Berlin's Tiergarten, he called himself a citizen of the world. This was sentiment for which Socrates was put to death. In the United States, nobody gets put to death for saying that, but as a self-characterization, it certainly has a radioactive touch. "
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