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To: demkicker

His Harvard Law admission was brokered by a someone whose motivation and connections have never been vetted


2 posted on 10/11/2012 7:03:30 AM PDT by silverleaf (Age Takes a Toll: Please Have Exact Change)
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To: silverleaf
"His Harvard Law admission was brokered by a someone whose motivation and connections have never been vetted."

Alwaleed bin-Talal doesn't need vetting. Bin-Talal’s legal representative, Khalid al-Mansour has never hidden his beliefs. Read his bio at Frontpage.com in “Black Racists Recruited to Guide the Jihad” by John Perazzo, from 10/10/2008. Jack Cashill pointed out Frank Miele’s discovery of Vernon Jarrett's interview with al-Mansour in 1979, St. Petersburg Independent, Nov 6, 1979. Yes, that is Valerie's father-in-law, noted communist, black nationalist, and longtime friend of Marshall Davis.

Bin-Talal donated twenty million dollars to Harvard just before Barack entered Harvard Law, and, about six years later, opened Harvard Divinity School's largest division, the Alwaleed bin-Talal Center for Islamic Studies.

Attorney al-Mansour, Berkeley Boalt Hall JD, organized the funding of Madrasses in Africa, Wahhabi Mosques in the US, and recruited Wahhabis in US Prisons. His “slave name” is Don Warden, associate of Huey Newton and Bobby Seale, co-founder of the Panthers and founder of the African American Association. He became a Muslim in the late 60s, and proselytizes Wahhabi Islam with great fluency.

It was Mansour who asked Percy Sutton, Malcolm X's and Louis Farrakhan's and the Muslim Brotherhood's attorney, along with being Burough President of Manhattan, and one of the first group of black fighter pilots, flying in the Army Air Force in WWII, for help getting Barry into Harvard Law. Percy was not senile when interviewed for NY television, explaining proudly how he helped al-Mansour further the career of the talented Obama. Percy explained that with bin-Talal as patron, Barack had no financial needs. Mansour only said he first met Barry at Occidental, but explained in a recent radio interview that anything said about Barack from himself would be problematic for Barack.

Bin-Talal is also the largest private stockholder in News Corp, which owns FOX News and the WSJ, with large holdings in Citibank, Goldman Sachs, Cisco, GE, and a similar selection of investments to those of Warren Buffet, who magically purchased large blocks of stock in companies subsequently bailed out by Paulson/Bernanke/Obama's TARP program and its successors. It may be about money, but Obama's career was clearly paved with Saudi (Wahhabi) money, the same source that funds the the Muslim Brotherhood, Hillary's Huma Abiden, and funded Arabist and fluent Arabic speaker, Robert Brennan.

Brennan, after he left as Associate Director of the CIA. worked as a lobbyist for Saudis before joining Obama during his campaign. Brennan still resides as White House Director of Counter Terrorism, and just appeared in Libya to try to limit the damage caused by leaving our ambassador without protection on 9/11. Brennan is clear about his belief that Jerusalem should be divided, and the "right of return" should be forced on Israel, with our troops if necessary, and Israel forced to return to the pre-1967 borders. Obama is doing the bidding of the Muslim Brotherhood, whether or not anyone considers him to have accepted Islam (which he cannot, by Koranic law, reject if indeed he has accepted it.

28 posted on 10/11/2012 8:03:38 AM PDT by Spaulding
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To: silverleaf

I can’t remember his name but there was a Saudi who attended Columbia and was known as a big donor and he was contacted to help Obama get into Columbia.


31 posted on 10/11/2012 8:24:39 AM PDT by Slyfox
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