Skip to comments.Was Obama's Father a Mau Mau?
Posted on 06/02/2012 9:42:25 AM PDT by Happy Rain
Obama eating dog is nothing compared to what his father may have consumed during his Mau Mau "oath" ceremony.
What occured during these Mau Mau "oath" ceremonies would make the Marquis De Sade blush--and I think these traumatic "Dreams From My Father" may have influenced our president in negative ways--no I don't actually "think" that.
Obama’s father was a COMMIE COMMIE!
Obama’s Papa uhm Mau Mau?
is bird the word?
Like father, like son...pure filthy crap.
O’s papa mau mau?
The movie lacks but the novel depicts accurately how after the Stalinist victory (thanks to FDR) of WWII Communism came to the efficacious and mostly harmonious colony of Kenya to agitate racist hate and class envy.
The Obama birthright.
Maybe instead Kobe steak he like Akiata?
Obama’s grandfather was imprisoned by the British under Hitler for being involved in the Mau Mau Rebellion.
If you google the story, you will find numerous accounts about how the Mau Mau were tortured by the British in prison (but not about their own atrocities, including the gruesome murders of white women and children).
Anyway, that basically was why Obama sent the bust of Winston Churchill back to England, in one of his first acts as POTUS.
Aargh. Check before posting. Under Churchill, not Hitler.
I’m pretty sure he was. They were/are a major force in Kenya.
Yep. This is why the Framers mandated that the chief executive must be a “natural born citizen”: to avoid divided loyalties.
Have you got a link to a description of such ceremonies?
It was a Nat Turner kind of thing in that the masters were shocked at the servants’ rebellious brutality so they kind of overreacted and thus sought revenge over justice with all the cruelty such mindsets invite.
The Chicoms in Africa were looking precisely to foment such bloody rebellions and Obama’s father, I submit ,was a willing follower and thus his son as well.
Here's something I found on this subject...
One became a Mau-Mau by taking the blood oaths. The power of the Mau Mau oath is hard to realize in our western culture. We have heard of the German Army's oath to Hitler, but that relied on the concept of honor. To the Kikuyu, the oath was not a point of honor; it was magical and had the power to kill. When two Kikuyus had a dispute they were brought before a witch doctor who had them both take an oath that they were telling the truth. It was understood that if you lied while repeating the oath you would die. So, the British realized that once the Mau Mau oath was taken, the terrorist would not willingly leave the group. That was why they had to use the same sort of "black magic" to invent a counter-oath that would free the individual from membership in the group.
There was also a great deal of peer pressure to take the oath. The leaders understood the power of personal relationships and tribal bonding and used it to force men to join the secret society. L. S. B. Leakey says in Mau Mau and the Kikuyu, The John Day Company, NY, 1952:
Mau Mau followers were forbidden to invite non-members to drink beer, or to attend their dances; they were not to help them in building huts or in any other tasks where it was normal for a man to call on his neighbors to give communal aid. Thus, many who had been reluctant to join the Mau Mau in its earlier days, were more easily persuaded to do so as time went on
Although there is little mention in the literature of the actual oath, it is known that the ceremony began with the new members taking a vow to honor the old religion of their tribal ancestors. Once past that stage, it is impossible to know how much of the oath is real and how much is British propaganda. The colonial secretary, Oliver Lyttelton, wrote in part:
The Mau Mau oath is the most bestial, filthy and nauseating incantation which perverted minds can ever have brewed. I have never felt the forces of evil to be so near and as strong as in Mau Mau. As I wrote memoranda or instruction, I would suddenly see a shadow fall across the page - the horned shadow of the Devil himself.
Major Frank Kitson (later General) In Gangs and Counter-gangs, Barrie and Rockliff, London, 1960, Major Frank Kitson mentions a Mau Mau raid where body parts of an old African were taken to be used in the oathing ceremony later:
The gang, frenzied by the thought of blood, slashed around with their simis (a Kikuyu sword) and fired their guns. One old man, slower than the rest, was caught and hamstrung. He fell at the feet of his pursuers, covering his face with his arms to protect it from the slicing swords, but a mouse in a mechanical mincing machine would have had a better chance of survival. One terrorist hacked off a foot, and another sliced off his testicles to use later in an Oathing ceremony. A third gouged out his eyes with a staple and put them in his pocket for the same purpose. When they had finished, most of the gang came by to cut and stab the twitching corpse. They then licked the blood off their simis and moved off into the night, having first set fire to all the huts they could see.Other writers have stated that there were at least seven stages of oath-taking, which might take several days or weeks to complete and which could include the drinking of blood, eating portions of human flesh, cohabiting with animals, and ingesting bits of brains from disinterred corpses. After the seventh stage of the oath-taking had been reached, the members had to repeat the cycle and reinforce their vows by beginning again.
There may be some truth to the use of sex and perversion in the oath. Some experts believe it was a form of psychological warfare used by the leaders to assure that the soldiers could not fall under the control of their village elders and chiefs. Sexual perversion is taboo in all contexts so far as the Kikuyu tribe is concerned. By forcing the members of the Mau Mau to perform such sexual activities, they were filled with guilt and self-loathing and ashamed to return to their village. It tied the fighters to the insurgency forever.
Other sources make the oath sound more conservative.
One gives an example of what he thinks the oath probably was:I swear that I will fight for the African soil that the white man has stolen from us. I swear that I will always try to trick a white man and any imperialist into accompanying me, strangle him, and take his gun and any valuables he may be carrying. I swear that I will offer all available help and further the cause of Mau Mau. I swear that I will kill, if necessary, anybody opposed to this organization.
A second source claims that the oath was as follows:I speak the truth and vow before God And before this movement, The movement of Unity, The Unity which is put to the test The Unity that is mocked with the name of 'Mau Mau', That I shall go forward to fight for the land, The lands of Kirinyaga that we cultivated, The lands which were taken by the Europeans. And if I fail to do this May this oath kill me...
"If They Bring a Knife to the Fight, We Bring a Gun"Don't know about the father, but the son certainly is a Mau Mau.
Definition of MAU-MAU
: to intimidate (as an official) by hostile confrontation or threats
I suppose if you simply google “Mau Mau ceremonies” you will be able to access the gist of them—though be ready to be disgusted.