Has anyone compared 0bama’s DNA to his alleged brother? I don’t think they’re related and that’s why 0bama hasn’t assisted him in any way. 0bama knows his father is Frank Marshall Davis (or Malcolm X).
Disregard this article of nonsense - D’Souza nailed it in 2016. The once seemingly inexplicable actions of the President can all be reconciled with the anti-colonialism theory. He doesn’t act in Americas’s interest because he’s trying to wreck it. From kicking Churchill from the oval office to Israel to debt and energy - seemingly careening, unpatriotic positions on all of them all make much sense actually.
Deconstructing Obama: The Life, Loves, and Letters of America’s First Postmodern President by Jack Cashill
Release Date: February 15, 2011
Did Obama write his own books and is the story they tell true?
I’ve written two books, Barack Obama told a crowd of teachers in July of 2008. I actually wrote them myself. The teachers exploded in laughter. They got the joke: lesser politicians were not bright enough to do the same. During the 2008 presidential campaign, Obama supporters pointed to the first of those two books, the 1995 memoir, Dreams from My Father, as proof of Obamas superior intellect. Time magazine called Dreams the best-written memoir ever produced by an American politician. The Obama campaign machine traded on the candidates literary reputation, encouraging volunteers to get out the vote and keep talking to others about the genius of Barack Obama.
There was just one small flaw, as writer and literary detective Jack Cashill discovered months before the November 2008 election: nothing in Obamas history suggested he was capable of writing either Dreams or his 2006 book, The Audacity of Hope. In fact, as Cashill continued his research, he came to the shocking conclusion that the real craftsman behind Dreams was terrorist emeritus Bill Ayers.
This was a charge, David Remnick admits in his definitive Obama biography, The Bridge, that if ever proved true, or believed to be true among enough voters, could have been the end of the candidacy.
Deconstructing Obama tells the story of what happens when a citizen journalist discovers a game-changing reality that the media refuse to acknowledge. Despite their rejection, Cashill expanded his research into Obamas literary canon. As he came to see, if Dreams serves as sacred text, the poem Pop is the Rosetta stone, the key to deciphering Obamas shrouded past, his fragile psyche, and his uniquely cryptic political life. In unlocking that past, Cashill discovered that the story that Obama has been telling all his life varies from the true story in ways big and small. In fact, much of Obamas life story appears to be a wholly constructed fabrication, one that Jack Cashill deconstructs to show the world just who Barack Obama really is.
Review at Amazon:
This is an extraordinary book that in its devastating effectiveness stands above the many conservative books rushing into circulation. Cashill’s clarity of thought exhibited in his many contributions to AmericanThinker.com stands out even in excellent company. In looking forward to this book I fully expected first rate analysis pursued with rigorous intellectual honesty. I was not disappointed in that regard. What I did not expect was that Cashill would learn a great deal about the art of the first person narrative from his study of Ayers such that he would produce a compelling story in its own right. The story is of Cashill’s journey of discovery in the deconstruction of the life narrative upon which Obama’s political career has been built. It draws elegantly on Cashill’s own life experience as well as the history of those who influenced Obama. The sleuthing work of many who were drawn to the unfolding story in Cashill’s articles makes the story all that much richer.
The evidence that Bill Ayers wrote the Obama biography is overwhelming. There are many provable falsehoods in the narrative, prominent among them that Ann Dunham and Obama Sr lived together as a family with baby Barry. The cumulative effect of the many provable falsehoods leads to an overwhelming impression of Obama as a calculating phony. Though he is nowhere near the intellectual that he is made out to be, neither is he the Manchurian candidate that others have suggested. He has cynically exploited the system and many people in his climb. The press has suffered from an unusually aggressive narrative bias in enforcing a willful ignorance to all things not adhering to the Obama party line. This web of lies will come undone. Any Obamabot that reads this book with an open mind will come away with unbearable cognitive dissonance.
Cashill does not avoid the “birther” issue. Although the birther theories circulating on the internet have been some somewhat off the wall at times, Cashill makes clear that there is every reason to question Obama’s carefully hidden background. A Kenyan birth is quite unlikely. Obama Sr. may very well be the father of a boy born in Hawaii, but there are other legitimate suspects. There is enough evidence to strongly suggest Frank Marshall Davis as the father with even Obama himself fooled for many years by a convenient cover story. It is also more than a little likely that Obama is bisexual.
When the dust all settles on this story Cashill’s book will serve as an excellent teaching tool for any remaining university political science department that still teaches critical thinking.
D’Sousa’s explanation of Obama as being some type of anti-colonialist is far too complex. Obama is simply a Marxist. He was raised by Marxists, had Marxist friends, went to a Marxist church and embraced Marxist principles.