It’s in the Genes II

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obama2Last week we took a look at Obama’s aunt who lived illegally in Boston for 10 years and receives free housing and monthly disability payments despite paying nada dinero into the system.  She thinks the government has an obligation to make immigrants citizens.

This week we’ll take a look at the background and political views of another family member, Barack H. Obama, his father.  Remember the book written by Barack back in 1995 called Dreams From My Father?  Yeah, that guy.

Recently a friend forwarded me an article from Forbes magazine entitled “How Obama Thinks”.  Here’s the link: HOW OBAMA THINKS It’s is written by Dinesh D’Souza, a conservative who grew up in India until the age of 17 and has a bit different perspective than most of us.  Read it and you’ll have a better understanding of what Obama is up to.

D’Souza writes that Barack Sr. was driven by anti-colonialism and overcoming what he saw as the European manipulation of Kenyans and other African nations.  From the perspective of an anti-colonialist, the United States has replaced the earlier empires and is on an imperialistic rampage, the sole remaining superpower and unchecked by Russia following the end of the Cold War.  In the eyes of D’Souza, the son is on the same mission as the father.

Barack Sr. was born in 1936 near the shores of Lake Victoria in Kenya.  When he was 13 years old, his father was jailed by the British for his involvement in the Kenyan independence movement and subjected to torture which caused permanent physical disabilities.  From 1952 to 1959 Kenya was under a state of emergency and in 1964 the Republic of Kenya gained its independence.

In 1954, when Barack Sr. was 18 he married his first wife with whom he had two children.  In 1959, he received a scholarship offer in economics and flew to America where he enrolled at the University of Hawaii.  In 1961 he married junior’s mother, graduated, and the following year traveled solo to Massachusetts where he attended Harvard.  In 1965 he obtained his masters degree in economics from Harvard and returned to Kenya with yet another woman where he eventually became a senior economist in the Kenyan Ministry of Finance.

In 1965, Barack Sr. published a paper that appeared in the East Africa Journal called Problems Facing Our Socialism.  He was unhappy that most everything in Kenya was owned by the Europeans and Asians and sought to change that through redistribution of wealth, public ownership of economic assets, and elimination of private power structures.  The apple didn’t fall far from the tree.  These are all principles we see in Obama’s policies today.

You can find his paper online.  Here are some excerpts:

1) “Looked at this way, we can avoid economic power concentration and bring standardized use and control of resources through public ownership, let alone the equitable distribution of economic gains that would follow.”

2) “Realizing social stickiness and inflexibility and looking at the society’s distrust of change, one would see that, if left to the individual, consolidation will take a long time to come.  We have to look at priorities in terms of what is good for society and on this basis we may find it necessary to force people to do things they would not do otherwise”

3) “If the government should, however, feel that individual ownership is the best policy to take in order to bring development then it should restrict the size of farms that can be owned by one individual throughout the country and this should apply to everybody from the President to the ordinary man.”

4) “But we also need to eliminate power structures that have been built through excessive accumulation so that not only a few individuals shall control a vast magnitude of resources as is the case now.”

5) “What is more important is to find means by which we can redistribute our economic gains to the benefit of all and at the same time be able to channel some of these gains to future production.”

6)  “Theoretically, there is nothing that can stop the government from taxing 100% of income so long as the people get benefits from the government commensurate with their income which is taxed.”

Sounds a lot like what might come out of the mouth of Marx, Engels or the communist guy in Chicago a few years back named Alinksy.  Not exactly words you’d expect to hear from Madison, Jefferson, or Adams, eh?  And certainly not something you’d expect to hear from the father of the President of the United States.

So why is something written in 1965 important in 2010?  Is it fair to attribute the words of the father to the son?  Well then let’s return our thoughts to that book that the son wrote 15 years ago.  Take note that it’s not entitled “Dreams Of My Father” but “Dreams From My Father.”

As the Forbes guy puts it:  The climax of Obama’s narrative is when he goes to Kenya and weeps at his father’s grave. It is riveting: “When my tears were finally spent,” he writes, “I felt a calmness wash over me. I felt the circle finally close. I realized that who I was, what I cared about, was no longer just a matter of intellect or obligation, no longer a construct of words. I saw that my life in America–the black life, the white life, the sense of abandonment I’d felt as a boy, the frustration and hope I’d witnessed in Chicago–all of it was connected with this small piece of earth an ocean away, connected by more than the accident of a name or the color of my skin. The pain that I felt was my father’s pain.”

So when Barack Jr. says that he wants to increase taxes on the rich and increase benefits for the poor, when he takes over our industries and implements policy that weakens our currency, when he seeks to weaken our borders and not enforce immigration laws, when he seeks to socialize medicine, and when he seeks to weaken American foreign power, whose dream are we really experiencing?

Seriously, we the people need to immediately hold council to impeach this impostor as leader of our tribe.

Nixon violated our constitution.  This guy seeks to destroy it.


John is a badass motha fucka

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