9 Major Achievements of Barack Obama, the 44th U.S. President

Neutralized the founder and leader of Al-Qaeda

Throughout the 2000s, the Saudi-born terrorist, Osama Bin Laden, was on the most wanted list of virtually every nation in the West.

When Obama took office in 2009, the U.S. commander in chief vowed to bring to justice every single person that threatened the peace and security of the United States. In view of this, Obama tasked his military aides to comb the surface of the earth and apprehend Bin Laden, the man linked to several bombings both in America as well as other parts of the world. Bin Laden was the founder and head of the radical Islamic group, Al-Qaeda. And in 2011, the criminal master minder and veteran terrorist’s time was up.

Under the instruction of the president, American special ops conducted a stealth operation in Pakistan and took out Osama Bin Laden on May 2, 2011. The death of Bin Laden was welcomed all across the world. World leaders and organizations such as the United Nations praised the work of Barack Obama in seeing to it that Bin Laden’s reign of terror was brought to an end. It was a crucial victory against the axis of evil whose only goal in life is to cause mayhem and destruction.

Won the Nobel Peace Prize in 2009

President Obama proudly shows his Nobel Peace Prize (2009)

Throughout the course of his illustrious professional and political career, Barack Obama has received a great number of accolades from several institutions in America and the globe. His most distinguished honor came on the global stage in 2009. Swedish learned societies and organizations honored President Barack Obama with one of the most distinguished prizes in the world – the Nobel Peace Prize.

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Obama was praised for his unwavering commitment to promotion of peace across the globe. The highlight of Obama presidency was his unique ability to give reconciliatory messages to the Middle East and other war-torn areas in the world. The president became a beacon of hope to a world that was recovering from close to a decade worth of political, financial and cultural turbulence. Obama’s administration was characterized by strong efforts to pursue international cooperation and peace in the world.

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2 Responses

  1. andries van der Merwe says:

    inspired

  2. Yvonne Hutchinson says:

    Obama was truly one of the best Presidents ever. We, the middle-class people really appreciated the communication and time he gave to educate and simplify topics; also, what we did not understand when crisis and troublesome occurrences occurred within our states and especially the economically.
    Fact: The Great Recession of 2008 to 2009 was the worst economic downturn in the U.S. since the Great Depression. He advised us our economy would turn around and it would not happen quickly. It would take time. His honesty was a breath of air. We are not perfect.
    Instead of sensationalism, he spoke the truth based on fact. If he was mistaken, he would communicate that as well. He was great example of helping people get along even if they don’t agree. No profanity and no hostility. This is often missed in some of the speakers today. It is disturbing to have seen January 6, 2001, and the disruption of transference of power to the next President. No matter Democratic or Republican, it should not have happened. Hopefully, as time progresses our Democracy will remain intact.

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