April 03, 2015

Forget Obama: Stephen Harper is the true "leader of the free world"

Ezra LevantRebel Commander

International security and stability is declining with every passing day: Christians massacred by Muslim terrorists in Kenya. Iran-backed terrorists taking over Yemen's presidential palace.

More than 25,000 new recruits joining ISIS in Iraq and Syria.

We are losing.

The world has become a more dangerous place since Barack Obama became president.

And he really doesn't care. He golfs all the time to get away from the hassle.

It's been traditional to call the U.S. president "the leader of the free world," but does Obama really deserve to hold that title?

I'd argue that, morally and rhetorically at least, Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper fits that description much better.

What do you think?

Let us know in the comments?

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commented 2015-04-03 18:18:33 -0400
It’s unfortunate the US doesn’t have a leader of Harper’s caliber,the world might be a little less scary and safer.
One wonders how things would be today if Obama had reacted as a US president should when ISIS rose up from the ashes left behind by the US invasion and eventual pulling out of all troops in Iraq.
commented 2015-04-03 17:42:35 -0400
We shouldn’t under estimate Obama’s popularity is many parts of the world. I was in a country in Africa awhile back where one party elections were being held. Yes people do vote in those type of elections. There were pictures of Obama and the local candidate shaking hands and Obama saying I want you to vote for this person. The crowds were cheering and the music played on.
commented 2015-04-03 17:37:43 -0400
Prime Minister Harper in particular and Canada in general profoundly irritates Obama for unknown reasons.
This is good. It shows that we are on the right track.
commented 2015-04-03 17:36:26 -0400
Morally, there is no doubt about it. Unfortunately, we don’t have the military might to support that type of leadership. I look for a continued rise in influence through merit in nations such as Australia and Canada through the coming decades.
commented 2015-04-03 17:29:13 -0400
Absolutely, no question. That’s why he must be returned with a majority. His work is not yet done.
commented 2015-04-03 17:25:54 -0400
The fact that Stephen Harper is respected and trusted world wide, is a thorn in the side of all those mouth frothing lefties. They are in such a frenzy over this, that they actually try to deny this fact, and try to float the notion that the opposite is true. Naturally they fail in that attempt, when they try that lie on anyone with an IQ greater than the winter temperature of Winnipeg.
commented 2015-04-03 17:20:22 -0400
Harper is very much a world leader and deservedly so. Exactly why the left-stream media so desperately tries to vilify him everyday.
commented 2015-04-03 17:06:42 -0400
Harper gets more respect worldwide than Obama could ever dream about unless you are a global warming fanatic.
commented 2015-04-03 17:06:32 -0400
Ezra could have mentioned Robert Gabriel Mugabe when he was talking about terrorist leaders. Despite his track record is revered and loved in much of Africa. As for Mr Harper being the leader of the free world he wins be default as there certainly is no one in the Western democracies leading the way.
commented 2015-04-03 17:01:30 -0400
I believe Harper is the leader of the free world. Obama is a disaster and there is nobody in Europe that fills the bill!