#1 DISTURBING: Passage from Obama’s Book “Dreams from My Father” Reveals Obama Personally Admitted to Identifying With 9-11 WTC Muslim Terrorists by Rev 03.03.2015 15:52

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DISTURBING: Passage from Obama’s Book “Dreams from My Father” Reveals Obama Personally Admitted to Identifying With 9-11 WTC Muslim Terrorists

By Eric Odom | 12:31 pm March 2, 2015

Obama’s book “Dreams From My Father” is known to explore his anti-colonialism, anti-western views in a way that most media has, to date, completely ignored. Because of this media ignorance, much of what Obama wrote in his book goes largely unnoticed. That said, in light of Obama’s refusal to admit the fact that ISIS is Islamic, the NY Post found a very telling set of paragraphs from the book that reveals something very disturbing about Obama’s views of America. In fact, the NY Post found a part of the book where Obama openly admitted that he identifies with the Muslim terrorists who killed thousands on 9/11.

Via NY Post.



In 2004, Obama released an update of his 1995 memoir, “Dreams from My Father,” with a little-noticed new preface about the attacks.

“On September 11, 2001,” Obama wrote, “…history returned with a vengeance; in fact, as Faulkner reminds us, the past is never dead and buried — it isn’t even past.”

“This collective history, this past, directly touches my own,” he added. “Not merely because, as a consequence of 9/11, my name is an irresistible target of mocking websites from overzealous Republican operatives. But also because the underlying struggle between worlds of plenty and worlds of want…is the struggle set forth, on a miniature scale, in this book,” which at its core is an indictment against Western imperialism, racism and colonialism.

Obama goes on to say he identifies with the “desperation and disorder of the powerless,” and how they can “easily slip into violence and despair.”




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Excerpted from the aforementioned NY Post article:

Obama goes on to say he identifies with the “desperation and disorder of the powerless,” and how they can “easily slip into violence and despair.”

“I know, I have seen, the desperation and disorder of the powerless; how it twists the lives of children on the streets of Jakarta or Nairobi in much the same way as it does the lives of children on Chicago’s South Side, how narrow the path is for them between humiliation and untrammeled fury, how easily they slip into violence and despair,” he wrote. “I know that the response of the powerful to this disorder — alternating as it does between a dull complacency and, when the disorder spills out of its proscribed confines, a steady, unthinking application of force, of longer prison sentences and more sophisticated military hardware — is inadequate to the task.”

Obama implies terrorism is simply a spasm of violence which erupts among the poor in response to that desperation.

http://nypost.com/2015/02/28/when-obama-...-for-terrorism/

#2 RE: DISTURBING: Passage from Obama’s Book “Dreams from My Father” Reveals Obama Personally Admitted to Identifying With 9-11 WTC Muslim Terrorists by Sanguine 03.03.2015 16:21

No s**t.

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