Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Unforgettable man of the world


There are quite a few people who couldn’t be forgotten by the people because of their incredible and greatness of thought towards the world and the people. The former president of the United State Barak Obama is the greatest leader of the world.  He has always remained in the people mind and
Former President of USA Barak Obama
thought. He didn’t only become the leader of the United State but also the leader of humanity and the world. His recent twitter visit numbers justify it.



According to the Twitter Obama’s tweet, which was in response to the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia over the weekend, has taken the crown of most like platform in this history of the post over till the date. He had quoted with the quote by Nelson Mandela on Saturday night:” No one is born hating another person because of the color of his skin or his background, or his religion…”  He had posted this tweet along with his smiling picture among the group of children from the different races and colors.

He had posted the two series of tweets; “ people must learn to hate, and if they can learn to hate, they can be taught to love… For love comes more naturally to the human heart than its opposite”

The great people remain in the heart of people forever. His emotional response and speech during the moments of national tragedy have safely alive in the within everyone's heart. He again became able to win them and sparked his lights of humanity. The protests had developed out of a rally organized by white nationalists and resulted in the death of one counter protester.

Obama is remembered by the people because of his integration of the people of all races, colors, and origin.  During the tenure of his presidency, he always motivated all the people and pile up the strength to everyone. Nobody made a face, except few opposition people while watching his speech contrary to that situation, many people are confused with the purpose of tweeting of the current president Donald Trump.

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