Visions Of Obama’s Dreams From His Father 1

Visions Of Obama’s Dreams From His Father 1

by

R.E. Prindle

 

     Since the specter of a Barack Obama presidency haunts America I thought it best to read Mr. Obama’s Hopes and Dreams.

     Nearly every page casts doubts on Mr. Obama’s abilities to direct this Multi-Cultural Wonderland.  The sense of an absolute hatred and detestation of White People pervades every page.

     On page XV of his Dream book for instance, Mr. Obama says:

     I ceased to advertise my mother’s race at the age of twelve when I began to suspect that by doing so I was ingratiating myself to whites.

     ‘Ceased to advertise’ is a strange phrase.  One supposes that he was ‘advertising’ to Whites and by doing so he was ingratiating himself successfully and finding acceptance, hence no discrimination.  Apparently the lack of discrimination offended him. 

     Then, horrified by the lack of discrimination he rejected this acceptance by Whites and refused any further intercourse with the race.  Except for the eccentric White Gramps and Granny of course.

     Having from the age of twelve to the present, one assumes, rejected all intercourse with Whites, why now does Mr. Obama put himself forward a candidate for the presidency of those some White People he has rejected?

      I urge you once again to Google Kamau Kambon and Noel Ignatiev.  Remember Mr. Obama was at Harvard when the New Abolitionist Party was formed.  During that period a publisher came to him and gave him an advance for a book even though Mr. Obama was no writer and an absolute non-entity.

      In the light of the formation of the New Abolitionist Party, the presence of Obama at Harvard at the time and the cash advance for a book one wonders if Mr. Obama was not designated as a President at this time. 

 

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