After the story about Jeremiah Wright, Barack Obama’s black supremacist, anti-semitic, troofer pastor (â€œJesus was a poor black man who lived in a country controlled by rich white people…â€) broke this week in the mainstream media, many Americans and non-Americans are scratching their heads, mumbling to themselves, â€œReally?â€
The Wright story comes on the heels of Samantha Power– a â€œhumans right expertâ€ and former top adviser to the Obama campaign– calling Hillary Clinton â€œa monster,â€ a term she’d previously reserved for brutal dictators like Milosevic and Saddam Hussein.
A closer look at these Obama advisers showed their more frightening sides: Samantha Power, who vehemently condemns the invasion of Iraq, once said that the US should invade Israel in order to force a peace settlement between us and the Palestinians. Nice.
Obama’s connections with the former leader of the American terror group the Weather Undergorund, Bill Ayers, are well established and go un-denied by the campaign. Likewise with his connection to radical PLO supporter Rashid Khalidi, who now takes cover under the flimsy umbrella of Columbia University.
Obama sat on the board of a Chicago charity called the Wood’s Fund with Bill Ayers. During the boardroom tenure of Obama and the former terrorist, the charity funded an organization called the Arab American Action Network, which happened to be founded and run by none other than Rashid Khalidi’s wife.
Obama and his lever-pullers (including those in the media) have fired back saying the group was a â€œlocalâ€ charity that helped â€œlocalâ€ people improve their â€œlocalâ€ lives. The claim looks silly in the face of photos of Barack and Michelle Obama sitting next to the academic Palestinian crusader Edward Said at AAAN fund raisers.
But here’s the rub: Obama was aligned at the time with an Arab intellectual with ties to the PLO; he fund raised directly and indirectly for an organization called the Arab American Action Network; he was tutored by an anti-Semitic, anti-white preacher who carries on a global oppressor-oppressed narrative as if it’s scientific fact; he hired a â€œhuman rightsâ€ expert who made statements in support of an American ground invasion (!) of Israel.
Any of these associations on their own could be dismissed as benign and passing. Together they leave us asking only one question: Have we been Obama’d?