The term globalisation which has been used in many political speeches , which has brought many benefits economically is again cropped up as a keyword of the former United States President Barack Obama in his farewell speech at the European Tour.
Where he terms that the globalisation we have been chasing for , needs some “course correction” , indirectly addressing towards the growing inequality. Obama’s speech came at this valedictory lap , fully focused on the jittery allies and after the stunning election victory of Donald Trump.
Obama says “ The path to globalisation demands a course correction” in a speech at Athens , before flying off to Berlin. “When we see others , the global elites , wealthy groups of companies who live seemingly different lives , we get a different sense of feeling!”
“They live by different set of rules , avoiding taxes , manipulating things their own way , this feeds the essence of injustice in our very own people!” adds Obama.
He was successful in showcasing his anger verbally , by addressing the huge gathering on the talks of the populist movements that has gained momentum in Europe and the United States as well , one such example is the Brexit Referendum.