Five rare photos of Barack Obama, Sr. appear…
So I wonder if junior has even seen these photos? Many have commented that there is no resemblance in these photographs…so let’s put them out there and see if anyone else notices they don’t look alike!
I long ago lost interest in analyzing ‘Dreams of My Father‘ as it seemed to me to be contrived, full of unfinished thoughts and events, and too different than the Barack Obama I had grown to suspect, rather than respect. And even in Dreams, he never really describes who his father is, rather he ‘makes him up’. His strategy was to dazzle people with some story that pushes only emotional and guilt buttons, so they would ignore the fact that his father was a British citizen, and therefore, so was he. But you know, things have a way of catching up.
Published in the esoteric East Africa Journal in 1965, the year after Kenyan President Mzee Jomo Kenyatta took power and the country declared independence from British rule, the paper takes a gently mocking tone to the Kenyatta government’s key, controversial statement of economic policy, titled “African Socialism and Its Applicability to Planning in Kenya.”
Obama senior’s journal article repeatedly asks what the Kenyan government means by “African Socialism,” as distinct from Soviet-style communism, and concludes that the new phrase doesn’t mean much.
“The question is how are we going to remove the disparities in our country, such as the concentration of economic power in Asian and European hands, while not destroying what has already been achieved and at the same time assimilating these groups to build one country,” Obama senior wrote.
The last sentence about “not destroying what has already been achieved” is apparently a lesson that Obama jr didn’t get, as he feverishly imposes his socialist policies while throwing America away. Unlike his father, however, Obama seems to have embraced rather than rejected hard line communism
Some Interesting Connections (h/t Charles Kerchner, Creative Ogre)
- Stanley Dunham meeting Barack Obama when he arrived in Hawai’i in 1960.
Is THIS how Obama Snr arrived in Hawaii in 1959 – ON A SHIP OF THE BLACK STAR LINE? That’s why there are sailors in the picture – and there he is, Stanley Armour Dunham in the welcoming committee.
- Obama Sr. speaking in Honolulu
Barack Obama (senior) as one of the featured speakers
at a Mothers Peace Rally in Ala Moana Park on Sunday May 13, 1962. ILWU leaders, including Jack Hall, joined the march and rally. Obama, an African student from Kenya studying economics at the University of Hawaii Afro-American Affairs Institute, told the crowd of 350, Anything which relieves military spending will help us…Peace will release great resources…
- Obama Sr. parties with diplomats:
Barak Obama and his friends at a party hosted by Arnie
and Suzie Nachmanoff, in the early 1960’s, in Pearl
From left to right: Arnie Nachmanoff, (Former Under Secretary of the Treasury, and host), Suzie Nachmanoff (host), Barak Obama (Kenya), Bob Ruenitz (Fromer Senior State Department official, USA), and Dorothy (USA).
Taken in Hawaii in 1961 at Arnie and Suzie Nachmanoff’s house (Pearl Harbor): from left to right: Kiri Tith (then Cambodia), Kitaichi (Japan), Marda (USA), Ichiro (Japan), Suzie Nachmanoff (Host, USA), Dave (USA), Kunio (Japan), Bob (USA), Rajapakse (Sri Lanka), Barak Obama senior (Kenya), Anne (USA)
Alinsky for Patriots
These are nice ‘in your face’ photographs to start passing around, and give a great reason to discuss the foreign influence that is Obama. Like it or not, he’s a Brit! No, wait! an Indonesian, no wait! a Native American! no wait! err, umm..err….😕
Obama should stop ‘dreaming’, start telling the truth. Don’t worry, I am not holding my breath. But I’m going to love sending this to Congress.😛