Barack Obama in Berlin

I was alternately thrilled or amused by the talented Barack Obama's silver tongue in his speech in Berlin. His ability to strike chords, his taste for empty words, which aren't even scared of their own powerlessness, his blind recklessness.

I noticed that nothing concrete had given any strength to his speech and no analysis had brought any slightest new dimension.

I noticed the new positioning in the relationship between the USA and Europe and the imprecise but promising call for a new version of NATO.

I also especially liked the comparison between the Soviet and al Qaida and his obsession with terrorism, so strategically bushist and totaly mad.

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