Friday, September 5, 2008

Friday, September 5, 2008

”Go into any inner-city neighborhood, and folks will tell you that government alone can’t teach kids to learn. They know that parents have to parent, that children can’t achieve unless we raise their expectations and turn off the television sets and eradicate the slander that says a black youth with a book is acting white.”
Barack Obama, Keynote Address, Democratic National Convention, 2004

First of all, we should say that his white mother from Kansas had a constant fascination with interracial Muslim maleness. What has this to do with the presidential elections? It has, since Obama, half white and Christian, half black and Muslim might be one of the biggest political cons in the American history.
Obama is not a simple candidate, Obama is a case.
Kenyan citizens are already dreaming about Osama helping them by pouring money into the country simply because Obama’s father was a Kenyan. Obama, the half black, half white, young and ambitious, is projecting the image of a New Order. The question is whose order?
Should we ignore his race? Not at all. Does Obama have a crushing black support, as expected?
Well, since Obama is not a full blooded black, but a biracial, his opinions are not expected to side any side 100%.
For some, he is not a black, for others, he is not a white. It depends on which side you are.
His ancestors were not slaves in the USA, so he can’t impress the audience with heartbreaking stories about some distant relative who was lynched or had to run, maybe to Canada. Obama’s original given name is Baraka Hussein and it comes out of the Koran and Arabic, not Africa.
For those who imagine that being black in the USA is simple, since "all black are black", things are not that easy. It is not only white people who talk about the rights and the legitimacy of the first arriving, but blacks too. There is a tendency in the American black community of making differences: You were not born here, you don’t have ancestors who were killed, persecuted, who suffered and fought for what we have achieved today. Thus, you are not a true-born Afro-American.

Is Obama black enough for them?
Is Obama truly the first Afro-American candidate in the American history? It depends. Both sides are entitled to embrace him as their “first”: black people and biracial.
I don’t see the black community giving him the overwhelming support he wants. At this point, I believe that his voters are mostly white. If elected, he must play a hazardous game, to please both sides and to get what he wants from them, not stepping over his electoral promises.
More than others, black and Muslim (black or non-black) voters see Obama as their flange.
During his rallies, cameras are always taking their time to show some black people, smiling and almost in ecstasy, as if they were watching a minister on the Sunday preaches.
Maybe for the whites, Democratic presidential candidate Obama is what Saddam Hussein was thought to be for the Americans: an easy to control puppet. Once the puppet broke the strings, the puppet had to go.

Is Obama a little communist himself?
With a communist activist wife, in an ex-communist country Obama would get only a few votes from nostalgic of the named regime. As for today’s American electorate, communism is not a scarecrow anymore. Today, a sympathizer to the cause is not a break in the social advancement of an American.
Is Obama a sympathizer? Well, he married Michelle Obama and she might become the first communist first lady. He can not oppose her ideas that strongly. It is as if one would be married to a Nazi and pretend that the Nazi ideology is somewhere in the neighbour’s yard.
So, how many of his wife's marxist ideas have been embraced by Obama, the presidential candidate?

Is he “acting too white”?
Some say reading is “acting white”
Barack Obama is openly critiquing the African American community saying that many of his generation are disenfranchising themselves because they don't vote, taking rappers to task for their language, and decrying "anti-intellectualism" in the black community, including black children telling peers who get good grades that they are "acting white."
Can we draw the conclusion that according to some black people blacks should be poor, uneducated, singing rap, barking hip-hop, wearing gilded jewelry and sagging?
I don’t think that the question is whether America is ready to have a black president, but whether the black community is mature enough for this.
Studying has become an insulting act and the studious student is slandered and excluded by the rest. It is a trend to be “popular” and stupid, and this can be traced back to American teen-age movies.
Obama has a burden no other candidate has: he must be what some call “a true black”.
While Obama is just a man, who doesn’t seem to think too much of his own racial specificity.
But others do. And there is nothing wrong about it.
When Obama took a bold step in criticizing the core of “blackness”, he might have done an electoral mistake.
If Obama wants to be a leader, he knows that he must deliver the speech, even if it might offend someone. Is critiquing the core of “blackness” situating him in the “acting white” label too much?
If such a criticism were posted by a white, that candidate would have been forced to abandon his dreams of becoming a president. Since, still, Obama is “black” he can criticize and point out the faults of the black community without being labeled a racist. And this is an immense gain.
Could Obama be called a racist, suggesting that the criticism comes from his white blood streams?
On the other hand, he was never explicit on his madrasa years he spent in Indonesia. He was enrolled in this type of Muslim school for two years.
Was it a wahhabist school? (Wahhabi is a member of a strictly orthodox Sunni Muslim sect from Saudi Arabia; he strives to purify Islamic beliefs and rejects any innovation occurring after the 3rd century of Islam.)
His studies at Occidental College in Los Angeles are mentioned in every single biographical note, as well as his Columbia University years in New York. He graduated with a degree in political science in 1983, and in 1991 graduated from Harvard Law School.
Baraka (Barakah) Hussein Obama is silent and not willing to clarify his views on his Muslim heritage. Obama is not being upfront about it and it makes me wonder why. Is there anything to hide, is he ashamed of this heritage?
Obama's parents -- Barack Sr. and mother -- separated when he was two. His father, his grandmothers and most of his family members in Kenya are Muslims. His father, Barrack Hussein Obama Senior, was member of the Luo tribe and a Muslim (he converted from African Christianity).

Obama and Odinga
When Obama visited Kenya in 2006, he was hosted by Raila Odinga and Obama showed his full support to him.
Raila Odinga is the one responsible for the actual crisis in Kenya since his ego didn’t let him keep his pants on and leave Mwai Kibaki do his work as elected president. Raila Odinga was upset that Kibaki (from Kikuyu, the opposite tribe) didn’t offer him the expected positions in the government, so Odinga formed an opposition party (ODM-Orange Democratic Movement, orange the symbol color of opposition).
In December 2007, Odinga lost the presidential election to Kibaki and he claimed the vote was manipulated. His fans began thus their vicious, murderous riots; on New Year’s Day, at least 37 people were burned to death in a church deliberately set on fire. African fight for personal power, using tribal vindication, is the locomotive of African political unrest and economic handicap.
Odinga’s father was a communist, supported by the Soviets.
Raila Odinga made a deal with fundamentalist Muslims as he signed a Memorandum with Sheik Abdullah Abdi, chairman of the National Muslim Leaders Forum of Kenya.
The Evangelical Alliance of Kenya has posted on its website a copy of the Memorandum of Understanding, dated and signed on August 29, 2007.
This Forum wants to implement the Sharia law in Kenya. In return to the Muslim support, Odinga Jr. agrees to 14 humiliating actions.
Raila Odinga claims to be a practicing Anglican. Kenya on the whole is Christian, with 80% of Kenyans either Protestant or Roman Catholic, while only 10% are Muslim. Though, read the requirements of those 10%. They simply want to control the Coast (with a population of 2,487,264) and the North Eastern regions (with a population of 962,143). Thus, the Kenyan Indian Ocean shoreline with the three islands would be under their administration and the Sharia law.
The prominent ethnic group in the North Eastern regions is Somali people. Bordering Somalia (the Somalis are almost entirely Sunni Muslims) and Ethiopia, the Kenyan Muslim state would control more than Odinga ignorantly agreed to sign.
Raila Odinga has, in his own words, a "close personal friendship" with Barrack/Baraka Hussein Obama Junior.
When Obama went to Kenya, he spoke in praise of Odinga at rallies in Nairobi. Obama's bias for Odinga was so obvious that a Kenya government spokesman called him Raila's "stooge."
In the end, whose stooge is Obama?

Wind of change from east?
On August 22, 2008, Barack Obama announced that Biden would be his running mate.
Biden officially accepted the nomination on August 27, 2008 at the 2008 Democratic National Convention in Denver, Colorado.
Joe Biden serves as chairman in the Committee on Foreign Relations.
This CFR has been the subject of many controversies, partially due to the number of high-ranking government officials in its membership, its secrecy clauses, and the numerous aspects of American foreign policy that its members have been involved with.
The CFR wants to create “one world” and David Rockefeller admitted it proudly. The CFR would like to secure the borders on the entire North America, asking for full mobility of labor among the three countries within five years. In their internationalist fervor, they try to impose a new concept of sovereignty, cataloging the actual one as “outdated”.
During Biden’s speech, the audience would chant slogans, in a very old fashioned communist style. I also saw a few stars on a red background as part of an image on his platform.
I quickly put these elements together: CFR internationalism, Michelle Obama, staged chants and stars on a red background and I came up with one word: communism.
Is the United States slowly taking the curve eastwards?
Is this the change Obama keeps talking about?

Funny fact:
Obama- change a letter and we have Osama.
Biden-add three and we have Binladen.
What a coincidence!


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