Thursday, September 16, 2010

It ain’t cause he’s Black neither!

Barack Obama is the most antibusiness president in a generation, perhaps in American history. Thanks to him the era of big government is back. Obama runs up taxpayer debt not in the billions but in the trillions. He has expanded the federal government's control over home mortgages, investment banking, health care, autos and energy. The Weekly Standard summarizes Obama's approach as omnipotence at home, impotence abroad.
The President's actions are so bizarre that they mystify his critics and supporters alike.
—Dinesh D’souza
Or It isn’t because he’s Black Stupid!
When Barry Hussein Soetoro first burst upon the campaign trail he was too cute by half pointing out the fact that he was a Black candidate. He claimed Senator John McCain and Republicans where saying, “You know, he's not patriotic enough, he's got a funny name, you know, he doesn't look like all those other presidents on the dollar bills." When Senator McCain called Senator Soetoro on it, by saying that Mr. Soetoro was using the “Race Card,” first Soetoro’s campaign denied it but later on they did own up to it. Yes Soetoro was alluding to his Race by those remarks (see source)

You see it has always been about Race but not because of the Republicans or White people, no the Race conversation that we’ve been engage in these last 20 months of the Soetoro presidency has been one that President Soetoro has been haunted by in his head. A haunting which he is so obsessed with that he wrote an entire book about it entitled, “Dreams From my Father a story of Race and Inheritance.”

Dinesh D’souza in his article, “How Obama Thinks” attributes all that we have seen president Soetoro do, though out of sync with the traditions and beliefs of America, are totally in line with the traditions and dreams of his Kenyan born Luo Tribesman and anti-Colonists father Barack Obama Sr. (see article)

Anticolonialism is the doctrine that rich countries of the West got rich by invading, occupying and looting poor countries of Asia, Africa and South America. As one of Obama's acknowledged intellectual influences, Frantz Fanon, wrote in The Wretched of the Earth, "The well-being and progress of Europe have been built up with the sweat and the dead bodies of Negroes, Arabs, Indians and the yellow races."

Anticolonialists hold that even when countries secure political independence they remain economically dependent on their former captors. This dependence is called neocolonialism, a term defined by the African statesman Kwame Nkrumah (1909--72) in his book Neocolonialism: The Last Stage of Imperialism. Nkrumah, Ghana's first president, writes that poor countries may be nominally free, but they continue to be manipulated from abroad by powerful corporate and plutocratic elites. These forces of neocolonialism oppress not only Third World people but also citizens in their own countries. Obviously the solution is to resist and overthrow the oppressors. This was the anticolonial ideology of Barack Obama Sr.—Dinesh D’souza

We in fact have a president that is an Anticolonist. But what is important to understand is he views America as a Colonial power that has oppressed non-White people and stolen it’s wealth from the non-White people of the third world.

What this means is, and we get this from president Soetoro’s own writings, the conversation that we are having about Race is not because Mr. Soetoro skin color is black.

No, the conversation we are having is because the dreams from president Soetoro father, Barack Obama, Sr. are dreams of taking back from the White man everything that he has stolen from non-White people of the world, in other and more familiar words, “To fundamentally change America.”

This conversation has nothing to do with president Soetoro’s skin color. But it has everything to do with the way he thinks. Everything that the president has done up to this point suggests that he is hell bend on putting the dreams of a Luo Tribesman who was an avowed Anticolonist into full affect in America.

What that means is America will be summarily stripped of it’s wealth and that wealth will be transferred back to its rightful non-White owners. Bottom line Soetoro plans to spread the wealth around. In fact, he’s already doing that. What this president is doing isn’t because he’s Black in the sense of a Black African-American.

No what this president is doing is because he has loyalties to the third world and Africa in ways that the Founding Fathers tried to prevent when they wrote Article II of the U.S. Constitution stating that only a natural born citizen can be president of the United States of America. The Founding Fathers were attempting to prevent the case of dual loyalties that we see conflicting in the person of Barry Hussein Soetoro. (see previous post)

President Soetoro’s father’s dreams, the dreams of a dead African who hated White economic and political power are being actualized in the White house in the form of his son, his son is acting on dreams to take back from the White man and give back to the non-White people.

The problems that we are facing in America today ain’t because president Soetoro is Black, it’s because he doesn’t think like us.

This president, the one, that doesn’t look like the other presents on the dollars bills doesn’t think like them either. Again, he doesn't think like us either.

He doesn’t think like those of us who believe in America, love America and those of us who will defend and fight for the American dream, which incidentally is a dream from our Founding Fathers and every generation of American fathers after them.

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