Skip to comments.More Confusion About Obama's Real Father
Posted on 09/22/2012 8:18:47 AM PDT by Menehune56
His father taught him to love jazz? So claims an email dispatched this week from the Obama campaign soliciting a donation for a chance to have Dinner with Barack, with airfare on us. But the claim is not credible, contends Joel Gilbert, whose documentary Dreams from My Real Father has just been released. (snip) Obamas official life story claims he was with Barack Obama, the Kenyan, only one time, in the early 1970s, and then briefly, for a week or 10 days, he explained. How was that enough time to teach 9-year-old Obama to love jazz music? Besides, jazz is uniquely American. Besides, what evidence is there the Kenyan dug Coltrane?
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Spelling error explains it - should be “i” vs. “a”...
wonder why or if he attended his birth fathers funeral???was he sad when he learned he died? does obama even have ‘feelings’
oh so much more to learn about this guy!!!!! (sac noted)
I question even the wekk 0dumbo says he spent with his supposed father
the ONLY pic there apparently exists of 0dumbo with the Marxist is at the airport
so no one took a picture in all the week the Kenyan supposedly spent with his son whom he had not seen since 0dumbo was less than a week old?
Hey, come on — don’t you get it? Tyrants’ biographies are living/breathing documents to be updated as needed.
Like the late NoKor dictator, Kim Il-Jung, about whom it was said that during the first round of golf he ever played, he hit more than one hole-in-one!
Don’t sweat the details... He is “The One!”
Besides, you do not want Chris Matthews calling you a racist, do you?
Frank Marshall Davis was a big jazz aficionado.
Text from an interview with Frank Marshall Davis in 1987. Granted he was 82 years old at the time and I haven't viewed the video but from the written word it sure seems like Barry picked up some speech patterns.
Maybe Caroline Kennedy is Barry's father.
Oh yeah. Yeah. Yeah, I've had the FBI but uh I, I often had the FBI contacting me in uh at the Associated Negro Press. They were going, they wanted to find out whether such and such a person who had applied for a job in Washington was uh a good risk, so I had determined that uh if this brother who applied for this job in Washington was uh an Uncle Tom. Then I would uh tell the FBI that this person was no, was a risk, and he was no good, and so I, I used to work this in the reverse, and if a person had uh was officially militant, I would praise them the highest. I would say he is completely in favor of the Constitution of the uh he supports the uh entire Constitution and so forth, so it would have just things. I hoped it would have just the opposite effect on the FBI.
For instance I was uh trying to get uh union of uh of all the various ethnic groups and uh I would have to point out that uh this was something that had uh developed on the mainland that we had uh worked, we blacks had worked together with other groups to get things done and how essential it was in order to do that. Among the first uh well let see at that, at that time uh there were, there were many places downtown on uh where blacks were not welcome and uh there were efforts made to break this color barrier. We had, incidentally, before I forget it, I was vice chairman of the Chicago Civil Liberties Committee and uh so uh the Civil Rights Congress was in existence when I came over here and uh we were uh the local chapter, the local civil right group. It was affiliated with the Civil Rights Congress and uh we uh which was another thing that uh did not uh sit well with the powers that were.
Well you know I had an FBI agent who uh I learned had been my personal agent until in the uh I think it was around the, around the early sixties. So, this particular fellow one day, I was coming out of a customer's place of business and I noticed this fellow hanging around my car and so when I came out he produced his credentials and said that he was from the FBI and wanted to talk with me. He uh I said well I don't think we have anything to say to each other. He said uh next day or a couple of days when you take your lunch at Kapiolani Park, at that time I used to go to a stand there and buy food uh I will uh see you there I think I'll, I think we can get together. So uh he uh came out. He was accompanied by another fella with a briefcase. I'm pretty certain the briefcase had a tape recorder in it and uh the uh fella who was uh who had originally asked me to see him uh told me that uh I, I noticed you uh used to be a Communist, but what made you change your mind? Why did you leave the party? And I said, "Wait a minute, if I say I had left the party that would indicate that I had been a member of the Communist party, and I have never told anybody that." So uh the uh we went on and he was asking me something about my high school and college, and the fellow who was with him cut in and told him all the what I had done and where and what time and so finally I said, "If you want to know anything just ask your buddy here. He knows more about my life than I do."
Frank Marshall Davis Quotes taken from his FBI file.
"But that was not enough. We made sure that none of the colonial peoples would separate us from the camp of white imperialism by announcing support to the French Masters in their effort to stamp out the Vietnamese independence movement. This of course is in line with our financial aid to the Dutch imperialists in the same part of the world. We seem unflinchingly committed to support of the masters and to helping kick in the teeth the exploited. No matter how corrupt and mercenary and cruel a government may be, let its spokesmen say they are against Communism and pocket book flies open."
"Is it out purpose to save Asia from Communism , or is it to preserve the rule of the imperialists and their puppets who are hated by the masses?"
HONOLULU RECORD, MARCH 8, 1951:
"Those who believe the world is divided strictly along the hard line of Communism and anti-Communism are engaging in both dangerous and wishful thinking. The vast majority of the world is not interested in Communism as such, but in ending what is widely known as "white imperialism."
"You will notice that the Western European Nations and our own country, together with South Africa and Australia, are the backbone of the anti-Communist front. You will note also that these are the nations accused of white imperialism, white supremacy or colonialism."