Monday, January 31, 2011

The Roots of Obama's Rage

Since I am not easily moved by eloquent rhetoric, nor is my mind hampered by left-wing ideology, by the spring or early summer of 2008 I was aware that Obama was a phony. Specifically, I had come to understand that Barack Obama hated America in general - and hated white Americans in particular, all the while pretending to be a centrist who wanted to bring people together.

But while I understood what Obama was, what I didn't understand was why. What was there in his life that fermented such deep hatred for me and for people like me?

Now I am on my way to understanding this hatred because I am reading a book by Dinesh D'Souza entitled, "The Roots of Obama's Rage". Like me, D'Souza at some point reached a similar conclusion about Obama and set out to try to understand where this hatred originated in a person who had such an easy, well-off and comfortable life, and who did not ever experience the racial prejudice many, older, black people had faced.

D'Souza's main theme is that, while Obama is a socialist, it is not socialism that really moves him; he is an anti-colonialist, and like many pseudo-intellectual anti-colonialists before him, his socialism springs from and is secondary to his anti-colonialist fervor. What drives him is the desire to pay back and tear down those countries he most sees as having practiced colonialism, America, Great Britain, France and Israel. What drives him is the desire to force the wealthy people in the United States (who he thinks gained their wealth by exploiting third-world peoples) to share their wealth.

Barack Obama has managed to seal off all his school and college records and writings and most of the details about his birth and his childhood. It is highly likely that he has done so because these records would reveal his true beliefs in ways everyone would understand. Author D'Souza has not been able to breach these barriers (we know much less about Obama than about any other American president), but he has been able to put together a very complete and fascinating picture of Obama's life and the influences on him.

D'Souza's second theme is that the primary influence on Obama was his father and what he thought (or imagined) what his father would want him to be. D'Souza maintains that, although his father deserted him at an early age, Barack Obama immersed himself in the writings and oral history of his anti-colonialist father's activities.

Dinesh D'Souza has done all Americans a favor for the research he has done to write this book, "The Roots of Obama's Rage". Get it and read it. Be armed with the truth about the man who is destroying America.


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At 10:48 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

And what are the roots of your rage sir?

At 10:56 AM, Blogger RussWilcox said...

It's not rage, it's sorrow and fear for my country.

At 11:04 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

It is rather unfortunate you think the POTUS.... and in turn over half of America, somehow want to see the downfall of America.

Question... If Obama hates America, why be a community organizer? Why be a senator?

Unless you feel it is a massive conspiracy that has been going on since before he was born?

At 11:53 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

You brought up the fact that Obama has been able to seal off most of the records of his life so we know very little of this guy's history. I would like to know how he, or any one, can seal off their past. With so much of most everyone's personal/business life available on so many web sites/searches, how does anyone hide their life's history? That's kind of creepy, to say the least. That could be the subject of a book, and it would likely be a best seller!

At 2:52 PM, Anonymous Joe said...

Question... If Obama hates America, why be a community organizer? Why be a senator?

One of the jobs that a community organizer under ACORN did was to get a group of people from ACORN to attend bank board meetings and just stand there and intimidate them into caving on house loans to people who didn't qualify for them and we all know what happened after that with Fannie and Freddie.
Why be a US Senator? The answer to that question depends on the character of the individual. I believe that Jack Kennedy and Ronald Reagan wanted to do something good for this country. You can't make me believe that people like Barack Obama and Al Franken have the same vision for America. No sir. Their's is the Far Left radical vision of Euro-Socialist's, failed policies that never worked in other countries.
Barack Obama got where he is not because he's a black man. He's where he is because he's not a Conservative black man. He's a poor excuse for a US President. I've said this before and it is worth reiterating again; "Jimmy Carter can finally go to his grave knowing that he wasn't the worst U.S. President of our time."


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