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Sunday, May 06, 2012

Lies From a Fraud


Obama's Memoir A Tissue Of Lies

In his supposedly nonfiction memoir, "Dreams From My Father," Obama claims he and the girlfriend got into a "big fight" after seeing a New York play by a black writer. He became annoyed when she allegedly asked "why black people were so angry all the time."
Obama biographer David Maraniss contacted the former girlfriend, Genevieve Cook, who insists the scene never took place. She says they never even saw a show by a black playwright.
Maraniss, who works for the Washington Post, snagged an interview with the president and asked him about the discrepancy. Obama agreed with Cook's account.
So why did he make up the anecdote? He told Maraniss it was a "useful theme to make about sort of the interactions that I had in the relationships with white girlfriends."
How convenient — especially when the overall theme of his bitter memoir is white racism.
Obama told another whopper in his autobiography. He wrote that while thumbing through a copy of Life magazine, he came across a story about a black man who underwent chemical treatments to lighten his skin. He claims he recoiled in horror at the photo of the bleached man, who looked like "an albino."
Then he says he got so angry that "I felt my face and neck get hot." He was upset that blackness was so condemned in America that a black man would resort to making himself white.

Obama also grossly exaggerates his own battles with racism while attending a mostly white prep school in Honolulu.Only, that story wasn't true, either. Life never published such an article.
He wrote that he commiserated with his only black friend, a character named "Ray." The Chicago Tribune tracked down the real guy, a half-Japanese Hawaiian named Keith Kakugawa, and found they never even talked about race.
"The idea that his biggest struggle was race is (bull)," Kakugawa said.
After graduating from Columbia University, Obama says he took a Manhattan job in an unidentified "consulting house to international corporations," where he acted as "a spy behind enemy lines." In fact, he worked for a small newsletter publisher.
Countless other tall tales are in his book. At the same time, he disguised the identity of several radicals with whom he closely associated, including members of the Communist Party under FBI investigation.

59 comments:

  1. Basically, a creation of the CIA, and the TLC (Tri-Lateral Commission,) I think.

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  2. His momma was definitely very close to Zbigniew Brzinski (ok, smartasses, you spell the asshole's name) who facilitated his entrance to Columbia, and then Harvard.

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  3. The money for Harvard seems to have come from Saudi Arabia, and his early political career was financed by the late, great Rat's favorite industrialist (sn) Lester Crown.

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  4. Supposedly, there is a disclaimer early in his book that states many of the characters and events are actually amalgams of different people and occurrences.

    Having casually flipped through his background, I don't find the book to be of all that much interest. I'm much more interested in how, considering his origins, he governs.

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  5. For instance, is David Petraeus really Zbigniew Brzezinski's type of guy?

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  6. Does his fealty to the Saud Family inform to his coolness toward biofuels?

    Of what importance is the "King's" wishes as regards Iran?

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  7. So America has a fraud of a President, who knows what he stands for...

    The EU is in the toilet.

    Russia is funding and selling arms to Syria with labor provided for free by Iran and Hezbollah.

    The Arab spring is more like the Arab winter

    Millions of people are facing starvation due to American quantitative easing.

    Syria is actually murdering it's citizens by the thousands with tanks, shells and Incendiary rounds and threatening if the west does anything it will launch chemical weapons on Israel.

    America sells assault weapons to drug cartels in mexico fueling mass murder on the border and the Justice Department is covering it up...

    Egypt is facing a food shortage while America is giving 3 billion dollars in aid to the Islamic Nazis that run the place..

    Obama supersedes Congress and releases not the original 150 million the Palestinians, but ups it to 200 million after Congress cut funding to the PA for violating the Oslo Accords by going to the UN seeking nationhood outside of negotiations.

    Russia threatens to BLOW UP the American missile defense shield in Europe even AFTER Obama promises MORE flexibility after he is re-elected in an open mike gaff.

    Iran threatens to destroy any nation that touches it and continues to violate all UN security resolutions in the ceasing of uranium. All the while exporting terrorism to it's surrounding Arab neighbors.

    Yeah and Israel is paranoid...

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    1. Bibi may live in the Middle East because his father, from that well known Middle Eastern city of Warsaw, Poland decided it was his mission in lie to go to Palestine to practive his vision of Zionism. No one in their right mind would criticize a Polish Jew for wishing to get out of Europe but then again can you blame the indigenous Arab population in Palestine for objecting to Eurpoean colonial powers solving their problems at the expense of the Arabs?

      Do Texans object to Mexican migrants and their first generation prodigy establishing a Meican enclave in Texas?

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    2. The Mexicans make a claim based on their status as descendents of the native Americans that entered the promised land 10,000 years ago but were ousted by the invading Europeans.

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    3. Intellectual standards of consisatncy?

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    4. Some promised lands are lessers than others?

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    8. I don’t ignore history and I don’t equate myth with fact. I know that demagogues like Netanyahu have been starting wars and getting people killed for thousands of years. Someone always has to do their dirty work and someone will clean up their mess. Hopefully there are enough sane Israelis that will reject his madness. Your ignorance of history is appalling. Your arguments ape the German justifications for their territorial claims based on their thousands of years of migrations. You continuously use the race card and accuse anyone that disagrees with you as being anti-Semitic.

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    10. duece, like ash, are more than willing to throw punches when the only consequeces are harsh words. skewed scales of justice for them both.

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    11. Wio tries on a micro-level the same tactics used by his fellow travelers on a macro-level. Whip out the anti-Semitic card. It is the last refuge of a charlatan. It is as logical as claiming that if you were against the IRA, you were anti-catholic. Israel is the only country that is working internally and externally to drag the US into a war. If that is not so, prove it without the spittle. You can’t. Israel under Netanyahu is a strategic liability to the US. "Scales of justice" imply a trial and a verdict on an indictment. In the world of public opinion, Israel has failed miserably and has survived verdict and judgement by the lone dissenter, the bought and paid for US representative, serving the political machines in Washington and the threat of the dog-eared anti-Semetic card.

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  9. Hey WiO,

    You state that millions are starving due to quantative easing. What is the basis for that?

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    2. I tried tour suggestion and the only relevant info that came up was about folk like Glenn beck howling about hyperinflation. Your statement is false given there has been no hyperinflation. Got any other basis for your statement?

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  10. From late 2009:

    Many of you may not believe this, but extensive research indicates (various sources) that Stanley A. Dunham was recruited by the CIA early in her career. She went from Anthropologist to working at a known "CIA Spook" company called the Ford Foundation. From there, she created the "Micro-finance" scheme for lending poor people loans (sound familiar, like Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae?). It started with her Father, Stanley Dunham, who worked for David Rockefeller at David's "Standard Oil Company". David Rockefeller started the Council on Foreign Relations and his first choice to lead the Council was none-other-than Marxist enthusiast Zbigniew Brzezinski.

    Read more ...

    Only problem is that the referenced link is poof.

    LINK

    This LINK is the treatment the posting above gets at Free Republic (including such gems as: "She also has missing most of her marbles. " and "Got all her marbles, but her shooter is cracked.")

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    Conservative pundit Charles Krauthammer alluded to the conspiracy theories when he was asked in 2012 who makes up the "Republican establishment":

    "Karl Rove is the president. We meet every month on the full moon...[at] the Masonic Temple. We have the ritual: Karl brings the incense, I bring the live lamb and the long knife, and we began... with a pledge of allegiance to the Trilateral Commission."

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    Thin line between the clubbiness of peer pressure and overt conspiracy: real thin.

    I once noted that Riley Bechtel, current CEO of the major Keystone contractor, (yes it's all about blue collar employment) is a member of The Bohemian Club (very very cool response.) I didn't even get into his membership on the TLC.

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  11. Who is Obama? Among other bad things, he is our historic cokehead president.

    http://www.americanthinker.com/2012/05/americas_historic_cokehead_president.html

    A lot of the folks in the comments section feel he is still using, no surprise.

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  12. Well, at least he never was arrested for substance abuse/DUI as was his predecessor, the republican, GW Bush.

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    1. I knew you were going to say that.

      :)

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    3. .

      Sounds like another Doug. If you can't defend someone on the merits, just compare him to someone who is just as bad or relatively worse.

      Not really a logical argument by any means, but what the hell.

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  13. Obama's campaign opener at Ohio State was a half filled big flop. The bloom's off the rose. Hopefully.

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  14. And, we don't have to suffer through incessant sniffing, caused by coke-destroyed nasal passages, ala Dubya.

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  15. Speaking of international connections:

    Daren Jonescu Bio and Recent Articles (LINK)

    (cokehead author)

    Interesting list.

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    1. I clicked on his Feb 24th article which led off with "Mitt Romney Can't Win the Nomination."

      As a Seer, he seems to be "not without peer." :)

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  16. To me, it just boils down to "Energy Policy" (I think healthcare will end up about the same place with either candidate.)

    The Republicans are just too wedded to Fossil Fuels, and too diametrically opposed to Renewables. The country can't afford their thinking on Energy any longer. I'm going to have to put my "white-tribe" thinking aside this time around, and go for the Dem.

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  17. Perhaps today, without the objective distance of history, only the "uncool" can see what the pop-cultural euphemism "cool" -- as the term has been used since the 1960s -- really means. To be cool, whatever its self-deluded admirers might like to imagine, means to be a follower, to lack independent thought, to be afraid of standing apart from even the dumbest trends among one's peers -- to be willing, if necessary, to annihilate one's own reason and conscience in order to "fit in" and be liked. Thus, if your friends are cokeheads, cool means being a cokehead. If your friends are leftist radicals, cool means being a leftist radical. Obama is nothing if not cool.

    Strikes me that "being cool" is part and parcel of membership in ...

    The Tri-Lateral Commission
    The Bilderberg Group
    The Bohemian Club
    The Council on Foreign Relations

    The real target behind the Jonescu critique is Obama's esthetic "cool" - a Howard Dean metrosexual on steroids, if you will. The esthetic is, in many ways, on the wrong side of American hard scrabble "take it out to the back alley" history. But I won't make my decision on it.

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  18. I have a hunch that, never having been "cool," our boy Jonesco's definition of same might be a bit suspect. :)

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  19. Obama's a bit prickly about "race," but, I imagine "growing up black in America," and spending several years organizing in poor black neighborhoods could make you that way.

    Miles Davis, Coltrane, Brubeck - were they "following" culture, or "Making" culture.

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    1. Obama didn't grow up black in America. Not he same experience at all as American blacks.

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  20. Good stuff Rufus.

    Jonescu strikes me as Krauthammer - without the wit or humor - and he really really reminds me of the Lutheran pastors we had as a kid.

    RE being black in (modern) America.

    I back off a bit from criticizing Obama when I think about the "authenticity" of the emotion when Obama was elected. I admit I was a little bit surprised, but nothing fake about the sudden eruption of pure "victory".

    It *is* however time to move on.

    I also *believe* that should Obama prevail in 2012, we will see what he is made of - good, bad or indifferent.

    I listen to Coltrane - and Miles Davis (have an LP that is probably worth something) on (rare) occasion. For the most part, way beyond my pay grade but your point is well taken.

    And that is enough true confessions for one ... decade at least.

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  21. If you can't get Guernica on the main screen, probably not going to go very far with John Coltrane or Miles Davis.

    I have to retract the 'lack of wit' statement. Jonescu refers to Donald Trump as the "the stupid man’s Newt Gingrich" (see Et Tu Sarah piece which is interesting in itself.)

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  22. Early exit polls say Sarkozy is out.

    Replaced by "The Socialist."

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    1. Marine Le Pen Marine Le Pen Marine Le Pen !

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  23. Just reading Rufus II comments you can tell when the shift changes at that cinder block recycled mini-mall in Alexandria where the team manipulates the sock puppet.

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  24. This will not work. Instead, this effort to hold onto the past, to resist political transformation, will lead to the very result the conservative mind most fears -- chaos. As historians, most notably Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., have documented, there are periods of progress, usually in the midst of turmoil, and there are periods of consolidation. What the government of the United States cannot permit itself to do is to seek to create a period of retrenchment in the midst of a revolutionary era.

    The younger generation's reaction to conservative-led stalemate is to consider our government irrelevant. That's a big mistake. To paraphrase: you may not be interested in politics, but politics is interested in you. Transformation does not mean, as some now argue, wholesale "reinvention of government" in the sense of restructuring our Constitutional structures. It does mean the ability to adopt new laws and policies that stimulate U.S. response to this revolutionary era. No need for a lengthy shopping list. We all know what this means: a world class education system for a larger number; public infrastructure systems that work; a healthy, trained work force; new research and inventions; a healthy environment.

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    Gary Hart's rhetoric is far from inspiring (and he can't sling it quite as far or as wide as Jonescu) but the "no (starve the beast) government" crowd needs to reassess - or, to paraphrase, reassessment will be done for them. Douglas Holtz-Eakin is getting it I think when he emphasizes the distinction between "reforming" entitlement programs and "gutting" them.

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  25. Note also Hart's use of the wholesale "reinvention of government" phrase, as in RESET. The Tea Party/Libertarian influence that is being politely ignored by the Washington establishment, rightly or wrongly.

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  26. We should have mandatory paternity DNA testing for Commander-in-Chief. A lot of folks are still maintaining Frank Marshall Davis was pappa. Based on resemblance, they do have a point.

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    1. Below is a typical Obama paternity site --

      http://astuteblogger.blogspot.com/2008/09/obamas-real-father-connecting-dots.html

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  27. WiO: And Bibi is the great evil dragging the USA into another war...

    This is plain silly talk.

    Americas best friend is Holy Israel.

    It is not true they firebombed ship USS LIBERTY.

    They do NOT have nuclear weapons stolen from US.

    Israel had NO hand in murdering John Kennedy.

    There is NO 'Separation Wall' built by Israel.

    Israel MOSSAD did NOT kill Karen Silkwood.

    NO Israels students danced in delight at 911 bombing.

    Pollard NEVER spied on USA for Holy Israel.

    The list is endless and all proving that

    Holy Israel is a blameless, wonderful free nation.

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  28. The 'thing' about Obama is this:

    If one allows some credence to the speculation that the Republicans nominated McCain in 2008 because they wanted the Democrats to take four years of public heat for the banker fraud leading to the financial collapse;

    And if one further speculates that the anticipated Democratic candidate in 2008 was going to be ... Hillary Clinton;

    Then one is left with a rather pat plan for taking down (out?) not just the Democrats, but the hated 'Clinton Democrats.'

    Unfortunately, the crown went to an almost unknown candidate with impressive rhetorical skills ... who happened to be (half) black ... which happened to be enough to make history.

    So now Macbeth's [w]itches are brewing themselves into a tizzy fit trying to 'adjust' the planned parameters of the 2012 campaign to squeeze out what should have rightly been a slam dunk win for the Republicans. The consequences of failure????

    Hillary in 2016.

    Oh, the humanity.

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    Interesting reminder about Silkwood:

    According to Rashke's book, the Silkwood family's legal team were followed, threatened with violence, and physically assaulted. The book also claims that 44 pounds of plutonium missing from the plant had been stolen by a secret underground plutonium-smuggling ring in which many government agencies, including the highest levels of government and international intelligence agencies CIA, MI5, Israeli Mossad, and a shadowy group of Iranians, were involved. The book states that the United States government covered up many details about Silkwood's death, and allegedly carried out the Silkwood assassination rather than Kerr-McGee personnel.

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    1. the Republicans nominated McCain in 2008 because they wanted the Democrats to take four years of public heat for the banker fraud

      Right. Exactly so. That is the very thing all the Republicans who voted for him in the primaries had on their minds when they went in the voting booth.

      Nothing about his military record, his 'patriotism' etc etc.

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  29. Who's the new dumb fuck anonymous?

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    1. Pot calls kettle black.

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  30. Did anyone see the super-moon last night? Under perfectly clear skies here, it was quite something, rising magnificent from behind the pines, so close it seemed one could touch it.

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  31. Did anyone see the new super-moon last night? It was magnificent, rising slowly from behind the pines in a perfectly clear sky here, so close it seemed one could touch it.

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  32. Along with Rufus, the Muslim Brotherhood wants to see Obama re-elected -

    http://www.americanthinker.com/2012/05/muslim_brotherhood_wants_to_re-elect_barack_hussein_obama.html


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