'People of wherever the heck I am today, I have a dream, that one day Europeans will care what Americans think and will stop milking them for money, I have a dream! Two world wars in Europe which had nothing to do with America, the Cold War in Europe that had nothing to do with America, and yet Americans sent billions of dollars and sent thousands of troops to Europe, and got nothing in return. One day Europeans and Americans will be equal, I have a dream!'
And as one old lady politely applauded at this, she turned to her husband and said: 'Isn't he that man in Starsky and Hutch?' 'I don't know, but he speaks English in a very strange way.'
Obama continued: 'People of Europe may be saying 'What is an American doing here? Hasn't he got anything to do in America?', and my answer is yes, I have better things to do than impersonate John F Kennedy and Dr Martin Luther King, and come across as a teenager talking about things he knows nothing about.'
'Brothas and sistas, one day American Presidents will know something about the world and stop making ridiculous, empty speeches, I have a dream!', and the elderly lady muttered 'At least Hitler made interesting speeches, who is this nobody?' 'Who cares', her husband said, 'Americans are so naive we'll soon get lots of dollars out of him.'
'Maybe we'll say it's for 'democracy' or 'to fight terrorism'!, hahahaha, Americans are the world's biggest funders of terror and pay us to fight it, hence to fight them! Hilarious! The USA paying us to fight them! What idiotskovics!'
Meanwhile the President was still trying to sound messianic and powerful, and knowledgeable. 'When I look out across this great land of - er, Slovakialand, I think, my fellow Pragueians, that as every day goes past I'm sounding more and more like George W Bush, except I'm using longer words.'
'But basically that's two Presidents who haven't a clue about Europe or the Middle East, but keep visiting those places and handing out American taxes to people. One day America will be independent, and its soldiers will stop dying for Britain and France, I have a dream!'
The old lady said: 'What do you want for your dinner, Franz?' ('The mightiest country in the world will not be stopped in its -') 'Just sausages and black bread, dear. Oh, and some wine.' ( '- search for democracy in the world, in -') 'OK, I'll get some cakes in too, for later.' ( '- its quest for peace, its quest -') 'Wonder if 'Coronation Strasse' is on tonight?' ( '- for worldwide economic stability. I have -') 'Think it is.' ( '- a dream!') 'We'd best be going then.' 'OK.' 'OK.'
Europeans don't need to have a dream. They live in reality.