Skip to comments.Obama's 'anti-American' and 'anti-white' father
Posted on 04/18/2012 9:35:21 AM PDT by MARKUSPRIME
Now it emerges that similar fears were expressed about his father, who was categorised with others as anti-American and anti-white when he moved to the United States in 1959.Mr Obama Snr had grown up in Kenya under British rule and aroused the fears of both colonial officers and American officials when he won a chance to study in Hawaii. The officials felt Kenyan students were academically inferior with a bad reputation for turning anti-American.A memo from a British diplomat in Washington to Whitehall released today by the National Archives in West London sets out their concerns about the young Kenyans.
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Like Father, like Son.
Very strng political attachment and Obama hardly knew him.
The Dog Meat doesn’t fall far from the Tree.
In one of the Foreign Office files, the future presidents father appears on a list of Kenyan students as OBAMA, Barack H they shared the same name.
At the age of 23, he enrolled at the University of Hawaii in Honolulu to study economics with classmates including Ann Dunham, a 17-year-old white American from Kansas. The couple had a short marriage that led to the birth in 1961 of the future president, Barack Obama II.
Mr Obama Snr was among 100 or so Kenyan students brought to America by the African American Students Foundation.
U.S. and British officials were deeply suspicious of this outfit, observing that the AASF though backed by singer Harry Belafonte and actor Sidney Poitier had links to a Kenyan nationalist leader.
The motives behind this enterprise, therefore, seem more political than educational, warned a letter from the British Embassy in Washington.
It added: The arrival here of these students, many of them of indifferent academic calibre and ill-prepared for the venture, is likely to give rise to difficult problems.
Seems to me that he appreciated “white” for at least three minutes or so...
More like where da white wimminz at, but hates the race otherwise like alot of certain folks that live in the US.
HA HA HA
...understatement of historic proportions!
I see the son takes after the old man here.
Obama is the spawn of a program designed to destroy America.
The program is going as planned.
If Obomber had a father, he would look like him.
Obama’s mother was a self-hating white American...
...so he takes after her in that regard as well.
Guess he didn’t hate ‘everything’ white.
It is interesting to note how detached from other people, even his own nearest and dearest, Hissein appears in all his personal relationships. Even amongst his immediate family-he says and does the things that anyone else (normal) would do, but at all times he still seems completely detached. The detachment is even more obvious in his relations with his more extended family. He talks about his father as you would talk about someome you’d read about. It’s as if his mother, grandmother are stuffed figures to be pulled out-and seldom at that-to make some political point. I know “narcissist” is the term most often used in connection with his perceived personality, but there’s another description that would also fit, I can’t call it to mind right now. It refers to people who seem to be void of warth and humanity-not necessarily evil, though it goes with a certain kind of evil quite often-just remote, empty, dead eyes of a shark, amoral more than immoral. Clinton was humanly immoral-on a grand scale. Hissein is completely different from this.
Obummer’s anti-Brit animus, likely a crucial aspect of the ingrained attitude of many Kenyans regarding British colonialism, was made evident early in 2009.
The reported language of Obama's Kenyan family, is the language of commerce, adopted by the Arab slave traders, engaged in securing personnel. It is quite possible that the East African Obamas were engaged in enslaving the West Africans. (One doubts if the Community Organizer in Southside Chicago, discussed that possibility with those targeted for "organizing" (arguably, a modern equivalent to the 17th & 18th Century version).
Well, other than the person who posted right above you, yeah.
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