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ELIANA BENADOR: OBAMA RENAMES MT. MCKINLEY TO DENALI… WHY?

This president has specialised in promoting his anti-American agenda to the maximum.

Brick after brick, He and his hordes have not missed a step along their path.

Americans have not realised yet that there is nothing the progressives do that makes no sense.

Digging in all their actions, one finds the innate orientation of them, the reason and what they are aiming at.

The renaming of Mt. McKinley is no random act by Obama.

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Surely, he is attacking a part of the history of the United States, just as if he could and would rename the Hudson River for Soros River, if you see what I mean.

In this case, there has been an important reason to proceed.

William McKinley, who lived between 1843 and 1901, was the 25th President of the United States from 1897 until the day he was assassinated September 14, 1901, six months into his second term.  Another fatal September attack in the history of America.

Now, comes the interesting part that concerns us: McKinley led the nation to victory in the Spanish–American War, of all wars.

Not only that, McKinley was also the last president to have served in the American Civil War.

Just imagine Obama’s heartbeat learning this.

But, it gets worse for Obama’s cause of destroying America:

McKinley had raised protective tariffs to promote American industry, and maintained the nation on the gold standard in a rejection of inflationary proposals.

His vision is present in this historic words:

“Under free trade the trader is the master and the producer the slave. Protection is but the law of nature, the law of self-preservation, of self-development, of securing the highest and best destiny of the race of man. [It is said] that protection is immoral…. Why, if protection builds up and elevates 63,000,000 [the U.S. population] of people, the influence of those 63,000,000 of people elevates the rest of the world. We cannot take a step in the pathway of progress without benefiting mankind everywhere. Well, they say, ‘Buy where you can buy the cheapest’…. Of course, that applies to labor as to everything else. Let me give you a maxim that is a thousand times better than that, and it is the protection maxim: ‘Buy where you can pay the easiest.’ And that spot of earth is where labor wins its highest rewards.”

THAT is the real reason why Obama has renamed Mt. McKinley to Denali.

President Obama’s three-day trip to Alaska this week will literally change the map of the nation’s 49th state.

Mount McKinley — the 20,237-foot mountain and the tallest in North America — has been renamed Denali, as it was originally known by Alaska Natives before it was renamed to honor President William McKinley.

The mountain, which sits in the 6 million-acre Denali national park, has been known as Denali in Alaska since 1975. Under an order signed by Interior Secretary Sally Jewell, the Denali name will also take effect for all federal usage and, therefore, on all official maps.

The order was signed Friday, but the White House asked that it be announced Monday as part of Obama’s trip to Alaska to highlight the effects of climate change in the Arctic. The White House said the name change “recognizes the sacred status of Denali to generations of Alaska Natives.”

Denali, meaning “the great one” in the Athabaskan language of Alaska natives, was the original name of the mountain. But when European Americans discovered it in the 19th century, they renamed it Densmore’s Mountain and, later, Mount McKinley in an effort to boost the presidential candidacy of Republican William McKinley.

But as Jewell noted in her order, “President McKinley never visited, nor did he have any significant historical connection to, the mountain or to Alaska.”

The name became official with the Mount McKinley National Park Act in 1917.

The Obama administration’s action breaks a 40-year impasse over the name of the mountain. Alaska has been petitioning for a name change since 1975, but a bipartisan effort by Ohio’s congressional delegation has blocked the effort by introducing bills requiring it to be named after McKinley, who was born in Niles, Ohio and buried in Canton.

Origin of the word Denali:  Denali comes from the Native American word for Great One.

Would the Great One for Obama, be Allah?  Is that what he is intending?  Could be.  This is just an hypothesis.

A fact, however, is that in renaming Mt. McKinley, Obama has angered Ohioans and for a good reason, the memory of their man has been utterly disrespected.

My condolences and my heart go out to the patriotic Ohioans and hopefully they will learn the lesson:  One can never mistrust enough the progressive left.

Thankfully, there is hope in the firmament.

The Uber-Patriot, republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, has pledged to reverse the name to Mt. McKinley as soon as he is elected president.

Obama has felt sure enough to dare erasing the name of a former Republican president’s name from North America’s tallest peak.

In doing so, he received Alaskans applause while being derided more than 3,000 miles away in Ohio, whose man he has made disappear from his pedestal hurting their pride and their hearts.

Ohioans should remember this affront as they will vote on November 2016.

So, yes, for all the above, Obama had to rename Mt. McKinley to Denali.

Confronted with this tyrannical decision to erase once more America’s glorious history, the people are left with one solution: 

Make it possible that the next President of the United States of America reverses this affront to President William McKinley.

For God and Country.

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