The greatest orators of the 21st Century:
The greatest orator of the 21st Century:
[Obama, the President of US]
Looking to the drop in popularity after the defeat of sustaining a pivotal Senate seat in Massachusetts, Obama appeared to address the State of the Union to regain his status as the supreme commander of the Super-power, where he explained the economic status of US before and after one year of his presidency and stated the immediate and future steps in a courageous art of decency of oratory under an atmosphere of repeated applauses. Americans were annoyed as because industries were shut down and jobs become scarily to get. Obama pushed job creation to the top of his agenda and vowed not to abandon his struggling healthcare overhaul. Obama committed millions job shortly as the first priority and an indirect dictum to American industrialist to set up Industry in America giving employment to American citizen. This was a befitting address with powerful eloquence to console and satisfy the angry citizen.
What Obama committed:
(i) An ambitious plan for financial reforms,
(ii) Millions of job for Americans in short term as well as in long term,
(iii) Industries in the United States giving employment to Americans,
(iv) Industries for enhanced export,
(v) Continuous attempts for energy and climate change,
(vi) Effective health care,
(vii) Return of American soldiers from Iraq and Afghanistan,
(viii) Education to American student for learning English and math’s with efficiency,
(ix) American effort in the eradication of HIV, AIDS in any other country,
(x) Restriction in the nuclear proliferation in N.Korea and in Iran under International bindings.
President said he would slash tax breaks to American firms that move jobs abroad. “To encourage business to stay within our borders, it is time to finally slash the tax breaks for companies that create jobs right here in the United States of America,” Any Head of a political party will think first for the well fare of its citizen. America is a Democratic country; a country can not jeopardize the individual’s liberty as granted by the constitution. America is a country of industrialists. As the President will look after the well fare of the mass people, an individual industrialist will look after his industry and company first and then the fellow members. If the expansion of the industry gets confined, he would be restricted in recruitment. After globalization the situation of the every part of the world is changing rapidly. Companies are at liberty to establish their industry in the place of their choice for the sake of industry to enhance business and indirectly to push the economy of the country if not directly, without confining the industry in any localized centers. Obama is right to say- India is not stopping by, China is in the stream of progress and West Germany had already stabilized by creating manufacturing industries, then why America will be in stand by? It is most logical, but one should not forget that US of America is confronting two wars simultaneously to defeat the perpetrator of 9/11 attack over US. It was possible only for no.-1 country America who had the courage, strength and finance to take revenge. President Bush vowed to take action against the terrorist strike of 9/11 on trade center of NY and within a month he sent the military Force to Afghanistan taking the full consent of the American people and the congress. The long seven years fighting failed to trace the real perpetrator Osama bin Laden. The expense of long drawn war has down graded the American economy. The sentiment of the citizen of US is changed by the change of time. The Democracy has replaced the president with Barack Obama, a person of different taste, not found in any previous President, hopping an abrupt economic change and a termination of on going war forgetting the commitment restored over Bush. This is quite natural; the power of a country lies in its economic strength. It is in the air- turn back American soldiers at home. But the question lies will the Americans will be safe? Will the Americans be surely certain that 9/11 will not be repeated? Definitely it will have no answer. So Peace of the world not lies in war. It lies in brotherhood and fraternity and above all in distribution of wealth if not equally at least partially to all corners of the globe to win the hearts of all human beings. The most glorious announcement of the President was lies in sending tens of thousands of specialist Doctors in different parts of Africa and in other regions to train the people how to solve HIV & AIDS like diseases. If a part of the body is affected, the body will be disturbed and the peace of mind will vanish. Similar to that peace in the Earth can not be sustained by preserving HIV & AIDs in a part of it. The same is also true by carrying out development in a particular region of the Earth in devoid of other regions, the real peace is difficult to sustain. In the midst of worst economic crisis, President took up an economic set up at the out set of his Presidency, which has now begun to show result. But President wants immediate jobs now to prevent further in dropping of his popularity. In the business of creating jobs, US can not strike hard the industrial backbone of the country.
US in relation to other Country:
After globalization the country like China, Japan, India, West Germany and Brazil are in the field for competitive business. It is good for development and for new innovation. Barak Obama has rightly pointed out that America will move for a new technology in this century. The IT in the nineteenth century and also in the current century has interlinked the world in communication overcoming the distance and the time. Number of IT American company has set up their offices in different places of India and Bengalore in particular because of facilities in language and active efficient Indian workers. However the policy of US might compel the companies to shift to US when this vacancy is likely to be filled up by the company of Japan and West Germany. If it is so Indian workers will be in uncomfortable situation because of language problem.
It appears to me that the article is incomplete unless the names of few others are not included. It is invariably the names of few of the last century. The thrill of oratory is seen in the speeches of personality like Martin Luther King Jr, or a Winston Churchill, John Kennedy, or even Hitler. Now in the beginning of the 21st century all we have is Barack Obama. His presence and charisma are pleasing and he is eloquent. The name of Alan Keyes is worth mentioning. He impressed the public with his speech during 2000 during Presidential Campaign session. He was more impressive to listen to than anyone else. But speeches such as “I have a Dream” –by Martin Luther is unparallel and unique in character.