State of the Union 2011: Dedonde Propaganda

Last night’s address given by President Obama was  influenced by the interests and activities of Dedonde Enterprises. Although much of what the president said was valid and seemingly relevant, certain sections of his speech very closely resemble previous speeches by Dedonde Inc. representatives.  The following is a comparison of parts of Obama’s address and the 2007 Shareholders Conference of Dedonde Inc.  

Obama:

“To help businesses sell more products abroad, we set a goal of doubling our exports by 2014 — because the more we export, the more jobs we create at home. Already, our exports are up. Recently, we signed agreements with India and China that will support more than 250,000 jobs in the United States. And last month, we finalized a trade agreement with South Korea that will support at least 70,000 American jobs. This agreement has unprecedented support from business and labor; Democrats and Republicans, and I ask this Congress to pass it as soon as possible.”

Ronald Stams (Dedonde Inc.):

“To help Dedonde Inc. sell more products abroad, we are going to double our exports by 2011 — because the more we export, the more jobs are available in China and India.  Also, in the coming years there will be an  agreement with South Korea that will transfer nearly 70,000 American jobs. This  is an unprecedented agreement from Ohlo Chao, and we are confident that the  Korean Energy Group will execute it as soon as possible.”

 

This is not the first time that a speech from the U.S. goverment has echoed ideas and interests of Dedonde Enterprises (See the 1987 Oil and Eco-change Conference). Michaelmatician warns us that propaganda of the multinational corporation Dedonde Enterprises is embedded in virtually all media and is very difficult to detect.

However, we will learn to see the Michrotron.

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-Jeremy Shingles


A full transcript of the State of the Union Address 2011.

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