Obama's unethical and possibly illegal fundraising practices
Obama's Black Nationalism per "Dreams From My Father."
Obama promoted and endorsed a prominent racist and anti-Semite, and his hate group
Obama's racist church
Sponsorship of hate speech at My.Barackobama.com
Obama's solicitation and acceptance of MoveOn.org's endorsement
Other Hate Connections
Infanticide and live birth abortion
Barack Obama: Powered by HATE (or, "Barack Obama: HATE We Can Believe In")
Barack Obama's enablement and empowerment of racists, anti-Semites, and Catholic-hating bigots
Sponsorship of ageist, misogynist, racist, and anti-Semitic hate speech at My.BarackObama.com, under the editorial control of Obama's campaign
This Web page is a compilation of Barack Obama's empowerment and enablement of racists, anti-Semites, and other bigots, with links, screenshots, and similar evidence for independent verification by the reader.
As an example, quotes from Obama's Dreams From My Father will have page
numbers so the page user can verify independently that Obama really
wrote the material in question. (The purported one from Audacity of
Hope, in which Obama says he will "stand with the Muslims," is taken
out of context, and there is nothing disagreeable about it.)
- Barack Obama's unethical and possibly illegal fundraising practices
Barack Obama's Black Nationalism per Dreams From My Father
Barack Obama promoted
and endorsed Al Sharpton and his National Action Network, both of which
have track records of vicious racism and anti-Semitism
- "Dinner with Barack" lotteries (illegal in many jurisdictions), possibly rigged so not everyone had an equal chance to win
- Misuse of tax exempt church resources for electioneering. KEY TALKING POINT: Obama's misuse of his church's tax exempt resources was deliberate, premeditated, and intentional
as shown by the statement of a UCC minister, Davida Foy Crabtree.
Crabtree asserted that Obama and his staff were informed ahead of time
that no campaign-related activity could take place at the UCC's Annual
Synod, and that Obama and his staff agreed to this. Obama then wrote (thus showing premeditation) and delivered a speech, "A Politics of Conscience," with substantial campaign-related content.
- Acceptance of illegal contributions from foreign sources (Palestinians in "Rafah GA," with GA standing for Gaza and not Georgia)
- Other questionable campain financing practices
- Allegations of election fraud and voter intimidation (Nevada caucuses)
Barack and Michelle Obama's Racist and Anti-American Church KEY TALKING POINT: Jeremiah Wright is merely a symbol of the church's tolerance if not embrace of racism and hatred of the United States.
Remember that the people who run the church (who are in turn selected
by the congregation) had no trouble with a guest piece from a Hamas
terrorists in the church's official bulletin, and that the people with
whom the Obamas have gone to church for 20 years gave a standing
ovation to "There were a whole lot of white people crying."
of hate speech at my.barackobama.com, "paid for by Obama for America."
KEY TALKING POINTS: (1) The Obama campaign exercises editorial control over
the site's content, and is therefore responsible for the hate speech. Always use the phrase "exercise of editorial control" when discussing this issue.
(2) If Obama's backers wish to argue that Obama's enemies are posting
anti-Semitic material at My.BarackObama.com to make him look bad, we
can argue that his own campaign staff is posting a "McCain has
Alzheimer's Disease" rumor, possibly under multiple screen names, so
Obama can reap the rumor's benefits without suffering any consequences.
Discussion of this rumor, even in a condemnatory context, gives it wider visibility. Therefore, always add that Obama's admitted cocaine use is a risk factor for permanent mental impairment. It also makes him ineligable to control nuclear weapons under the Nuclear Weapon Personnel Reliability Program.
- Jeremiah "God Damn America" Wright
- Official church bulletins with a guest opinion piece from a Hamas terrorist, and another that blood libels Israel
United Church of Christ's response to Michael Pfleger's "There were a
whole lot of white people crying." The Obamas' NEW pastor, Otis Moss,
said "Thank God for the message, and thank God for the messenger"
immediately after Pfleger delivered this speech.
Obama's solicitation and acceptance of MoveOn.org's endorsement
Other Hate Connections
Support for Infanticide/ Live Birth Abortion (Note that even the pro-choice camp won't stand with Obama on this one.
Jerrold Nadler, one of the most liberal members of Congress, said there
is no such thing as a right to a live birth abortion.).
- Hate Speech in General
- Anti-Semitic hate speech
- Racist hate speech
- Hate speech against senior citizens and people over 50
- Misogynist hate speech
- Anti-Christian hate speech
- Anti-American hate speech
- Libelous material (false accusations of crimes)
- Wishing for President Bush's Death
- 9/11 Denial and 9/11 Conspiracy Theories
- New Black Panther hate group
(1) Barack Obama's Unethical and Possibly Illegal Fundraising Practices
Fundraising through potentially illegal (and possibly rigged, with predetermined winners) "Dinner with Barack lotteries"
Misuse of tax exempt church resources for electioneering:
"A Politics of Conscience" at the United Church of Christ's 2007 Annual
- Acceptance of contributions from foreign sources, and in excess of the $2300 individual contribution limit
Other questionable campaign financing practices
Allegations of Election Fraud and Voter Intimidation (Nevada Caucuses)
(2) Barack Obama's Black Nationalism per Dreams From My Father
Unlike the smears and urban legends that are in circulation, these have page numbers (for the paperback edition)
Obama the Racial Unifier:
That was the problem with people like Joyce [a college
classmate of Italian, African-American, Native American, and French
ethnicity]. They talked about the richness of their multicultural
heritage and it sounced real good, until you noticed that they avoided
black people. …The truth was that I understood [Joyce], her and all the
other black kids who felt the way she did. In their mannerisms, their
speech, their mixed-up hearts, I kept recognizing pieces of myself. And
that’s exactly what scared me. Their confusion made me question my own racial credentials all over again. …To
avoid being mistaken for a sellout, I chose my friends carefully. The
more politically active black students. The foreign students. The
Chicanos. The Marxist professors and structural feminists and punk-rock
“Dreams From My Father,” pages 99-100
But this strategy alone couldn’t provide the distance I wanted,
from Joyce or my past. After all, there were thousands of so-called
campus radicals, most of them white and tenured and happily tolerated. No,
it remained necessary to prove which side you were on, to show your
loyalty to the black masses, to strike out and name names.
“Dreams From My Father,” page 101 (paperback, ISBN 978-1-4000-8277-3)Tim was not a conscious brother. Tim wore argyle sweaters and
pressed jeans and talked like Beaver Cleaver. …His white girlfriend was
probably waiting for him up in his room, listening to country music.
“Dreams From My Father,” pp. 101-102
| Obama's only problem with Black Nationalism has to do with questions of its effectiveness
It contradicted the morality my mother had taught me, a morality of
subtle distinctions–between individuals of goodwill and those who
wished me ill, between active malice and ignorance or indifference. I
had a personal stake in that moral framework; I’d discovered that I
couldn’t escape it if I tried. And yet perhaps it was a framework that
blacks in this country could no longer afford; perhaps it weakened
black resolve, encouraged confusion within the ranks. Desperate times
called for desperate measures, and for many blacks, times were
chronically desperate. If nationalism could create a strong
and effective insularity, deliver on its promise of self-respect, then
the hurt it might cause well-meaning whites, or the inner turmoil it
caused people like me, would be of little consequence.
If nationalism could deliver. As it turned
out, questions of effectiveness, and not sentiment, caused most of my
quarrels with Rafiq.
–Dreams From My Father, pp. 199-200
…I ceased to advertise my mother’s race at the age of twelve or
thirteen, when I began to suspect that by doing so I was ingratiating
myself to whites… (page xv)
I blew a few smoke rings, remembering those years. Pot
had helped, and booze; maybe a little blow when you could afford it.
Not smack, though… (page 93) [http://www.whitehousedrugpolicy.gov/streetterms/ByAlpha.asp?strTerm=B,
“Blow” = “Cocaine; to inhale cocaine; to smoke marijuana; to inject
I would occasionally pick up the paper [Louis Farrakhan's "The
Final Call"] from these unfailingly polite men, in part out of sympathy
to their heavy suits in the summer, their thin coats in winter; or
sometimes because my attention was caught by the sensational,
tabloid-style headlines (CAUCASIAN WOMAN ADMITS: WHITES ARE THE DEVIL).
Inside the front cover, one found reprints of the minister’s
[Farrakhan's] speeches, as well as stories that could have been picked
straight off the AP news wire were it not for certain editorial
embelleshments (”Jewish Senator Metzenbaum announced today…”). Dreams From My Father, p. 201
The truth about the "Stand with the Muslims" piece from Audacity of Hope
Much as we dislike Obama, we deal in truth as opposed to smears and urban legends. Here is what The Audacity of Hope really says (with "stand with them" in context):
Of course, not all my conversations in immigrant communities
follow this easy pattern. In the wake of 9/11, my meetings with Arab
and Pakistani Americans, for example, have a more urgent quality, for
the stories of detentions and FBI questioning and hard stares from
neighbors have shaken their sense of security and belonging. They have
been reminded that the history of immigration in this country has a
dark underbelly; they need specific reassurances that their citizenship
really means something, that America has learned the right lessons from
the Japanese internments during World War II, and that I will stand
with them should the political winds shift in an ugly direction.
There is absolutely nothing wrong with this, and we agree with it.
The United States’ treatment of Japanese-American citizens during the
Second World War was shameful and dishonorable. Those citizens would
have been within their rights to disobey, ignore, and treat with contempt the Roosevelt
Administration’s illegal and unconstitutional relocation orders. It
would be similarly dishonorable and shameful to treat all Muslims, many
of whom came here to escape the Stone Age barbarism of their home countries, as enemies or even suspects.
“The Audacity of Hope,” page 261 (paperback version)
Michelle Obama's “Princeton Educated Blacks and the Black Community”
The thesis is available from Politico.com
as of August 14 2008, in four parts as a .pdf file. Contrary to the
smears and urban legends that are in circulation, it says nothing about
the United States being founded on racism or violence--a keyword search
of a Word version found no such content. Michelle Obama does, however,
proclaim her primary loyalty to the Black community while suggesting
that there is a problem with Blacks who assimilate into the surrounding
culture--a position shared by her husband in Dreams From My Father.
Earlier in my college career, there was no doubt in my mind
that as a member of the Black community I was somehow obligated to this
community and would use all of my present and future resources to
benefit this community first and foremost. My experiences at Princeton have made me more aware of my “Blackness” than ever before.
These experiences have made it apparent to me that the path I have
chosen to follow by attending Princeton will likely lead to my further
integration and/or assimilation into a White cultural and social
structure that will only allow me to remain on the periphery of society. [page 2]
Michelle LaVaughn Robinson [Obama], “Princeton Educated Blacks and the Black Community,” page 2
Elements of Black culture which make it unique from White culture
such as its music, its language, the struggles and a “consciousness”
shared by its people may be attributed to the injustices and oppression
suffered by this race of people which are not comparable to the
experiences of any other race of people through this country’s history.
However, with the increasing integration of Blacks into the mainstream
society, many “integrated Blacks” have lost touch with the Black
culture in their attempts to become adjusted and comfortable in their
new culture–the White culture. Some of these Blacks are no longer able
to enjoy the qualities which make Black culture so unique or are unable
to share their culture openly with other Blacks because they have
become so far removed from these experiences and, in some instances,
ashamed of them because of their integration.
(3) Barack Obama and Al Sharpton
Michelle LaVaughn Robinson [Obama], “Princeton Educated Blacks and the Black Community,” page 54
||This picture is from an April 2007 meeting of Al
Sharpton’s National Action Network: a racist and anti-Semitic hate
organization as demonstrated by its conduct at Freddy’s Fashion Mart, a
Jewish-owned store in Harlem. Obama endorsed Sharpton and the NAN as
follows: “Reverend Sharpton is a voice for the voiceless, and a voice
for the dispossessed. What National Action Network has done is so
important to change America, and it must be changed from the bottom up.”
We encourage our readers to do a Google search on "Sharpton" and
"Freddy's Fashion Mart" or "Yankel Rosenbaum" or "Tawana Brawley" to
verify for themselves Sharpton's long track record of promoting hatred
of white people and especially Jews.
(4) Barack and Michelle Obama's Racist and Anti-American Church
Key talking point: Jeremiah Wright is merely a symptom of the Trinity United Church of Christ's racism and hatred of America.
The people who directed the church sanctioned the publication of
Wright's hate speech plus a guest piece from a Hamas terrorist in the
church's official bulletin. The people with whom Barack and
Michelle Obama have gone to church with for twenty years gave a
standing ovation to Michael Pfleger's "There were a whole lot of white
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“The government gives them the drugs, builds bigger prisons, passes
a three-strike law and then wants us to sing ‘God Bless America.’ No,
no, no, God damn America, that’s in the Bible for killing innocent
people” (sermon from 2003).
“We bombed Hiroshima, we bombed Nagasaki, and we nuked far more than
the thousands in New York and the Pentagon, and we never batted an eye.
We have supported state terrorism against the Palestinians and black
South Africans, and now we are indignant because the stuff we have done
overseas is now brought right back to our own front yards. America’s
chickens are coming home to roost” (sermon from 9/16/01, five days
after 9/11. Remember how Ward Churchill called the victims of 9/11
“White America got a wake-up call after 9/11.”
[The pastor reportedly said in a sermon just after 9/11] "The government
lied about inventing the HIV virus as a means of genocide against
people of color. The government lied."
Official Trinity United Church of Christ bulletins with a
guest opinion piece from a Hamas terrorist, and another that blood
Trinity United Church of Christ's response to Michael Pfleger's "There were a whole lot of white people crying"
The issue here is not primarily Michael Pfleger's racist tirade to Barack and Michelle Obama's church, but its reception by the congregation and pastor.
Suppose a Black person who sought to ingratiate himself with white
supremacists said of a Black candidate's election defeat, "There were a
whole lot of n****rs crying," and the predominantly white congregation
reacted as Barack and Michelle Obama's fellow churchgoers reacted in this YouTube video
(available as of August 14 2008). The kind of person who would cheer
"There were a whole lot of n****rs crying" probably has a white sheet
and hood in his closet, and Barack and Michelle Obama's fellow Trinity
United Church of Christ members who cheered "There were a whole lot of
white people crying" are simply the Klan's African-American
counterparts. In addition, the Obama's NEW pastor, Otis Moss, said "We thank God for the message, and for the messenger" immediately afterward. Watch the video and pay close attention to the congregation's reaction to Pfleger's tirade.
(5) Sponsorship of hate speech at my.barackobama.com, "paid for by Obama for America"
though each page carries the disclaimer, "Content on blogs in
My.BarackObama represents the opinions of community
members and in no way should be interpreted as endorsed or approved by
the campaign," the campaign's proven exercise of editorial control over
the site negates this disclaimer and makes it responsible for the
content. It has been argued that some of the hate speech was posted by
Republicans and/or Hillary Clinton operatives to make Obama look bad.
If we accept this argument, we
must also accept the likelihood that the material about John McCain
having an age-related neurodegenerative disease is being planted by
campaign staffers who post under assumed, and possibly multiple, screen
names. The disclaimer and "incomplete" editorial control would in
fact be convenient excuses for the Obama campaign to use
My.Barackobama.com as a platform to spread this rumor.
Hate Speech in General
If you want to
post the screen shots at blogs or other Web sites, please download and
copy them, but don't link them--it uses this site's bandwidth. If there
is excessive traffic on the images, I will have to change the links.
Anti-Semitic Hate Speech (also anti-Israel material)
Racist Hate Speech (primarily against African-American Clinton supporters, and white people in general)
Hate Speech Against Senior Citizens and People Over 50
A keyword search of Obama's Web site turns up literally
hundreds of pages that seek to connect John McCain to age-related
neurodegenerative diseases. If Obama's apologists claim that the hate
speech might have been posted by agents provacateur, we can at
least explore the possibility that Obama's official campaign staff is
posting the ageist material, possibly under multiple assumed names.
Misogynist Hate Speech
Anti-Christian Hate Speech
Anti-American Hate Speech
Wishing for President Bush's Death
Denunciations of Clintons, Working People, as "White Trash"
9/11 Denial and 9/11 Conspiracy Theories
New Black Panther Hate Group
(6) Obama's solicitation and acceptance of MoveOn.org's endorsement
Barack Obama solicited and accepted the endorsement of MoveOn.org, whose now disgraced Action Forum served as a platform for anti-Semitic, anti-Catholic,
and other forms of hate speech while under MoveOn.org's editorial
control. MoveOn.org also published a derogatory photomanipulation of
Pope Benedict, along with a defamatory insult to General David Petraeus.
(7) Other Hate connections
(8) Support for Infanticide and Live Birth Abortion
Note that even the pro-choice camp won't stand with Obama on this one.
Jerrold Nadler, one of the most liberal members of Congress, said there
is no such thing as a right to a live birth abortion. Jill Stanek's Web site is one of the best information sources on this issue.
(9) Obama Undermined U.S. Foreign Policy in Iraq
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