Myth Blaster: Senator Obama’s Quoted Words, a Revelation of a Man Who Wants to Be President of the United States

Lori Cichy sent this email with the following attributed quotes from Senator Barack Obama’s books with the question of whether they were “true or not” …

From Dreams of My Father: I ceased to advertise my mother’s race
at the age of 12 or 13, when I began to suspect that by doing so I was ingratiating myself to whites.
From Dreams of My Father: I found a solace in nursing a pervasive
sense of grievance and animosity against my mother’s race.
From Dreams of My Father: There was something about him that made me wary, a little too sure of himself, maybe. And white.From Dreams of My Father: It remained necessary to prove which side you were on, to show your loyalty to the black masses, to strike out and name names.

From Dreams of My Father: I never emulate white men and brown men whose fates didn’t speak to my own. It was into my father’s image, the black man, son of Africa, that I’d packed all the attributes I sought in myself, the attributes of Martin and Malcolm, DuBois and Mandela.
From Audacity of Hope: I will stand with the Muslims should the political winds shift in an ugly direction.

Myth Blaster Verdict: All quotes are TRUE, one needing expansion to understand. Senator Obama is a closet racist, apparently stemming from his troubled childhood, his personal affiliations of choice and a danger to national security in the war against Islamic fascists. He is for amnesty, and one must examine his voting record, not his appearance and rhetoric to confirm this.He promises CHANGE – but doesn’t specify what KIND of change.

  1. TRUE Quote – (Dreams of My Father) – I ceased to advertise my mother’s race at the age of 12 or 13, when I began to suspect that by doing so I was ingratiating myself to whites.
  2. TRUE Quote – (Dreams of My Father) – I found a solace in nursing a pervasive sense of grievance and animosity against my mother’s race. [Townhall, “The Truth About Obama’s Disdain for White People
  3. TRUE Quote – (Dreams of My Father) – There was something about him that made me wary, a little too sure of himself, maybe. And white. [Is Race the Issue? – forum site]
  4. TRUE Quote – (Dreams of My Father) – It remained necessary to prove which side you were on, to show your loyalty to the black masses, to strike out and name names.
  5. TRUE Quote – (Dreams of My Father) – I never emulate white men and brown men whose fates didn’t speak to my own. It was into my father’s image, the black man, son of Africa, that I’d packed all the attributes I sought in myself, the attributes of Martin and Malcolm, DuBois and Mandela.
  6. Partially True Quote – (Audacity of Hope) – (page 261) –
    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 interments during World War II, and that I will stand with them should the political winds shift in an ugly direction.
If someone’s father is a Moslem, the children are automatically Moslem. Reading the full statement, one can easily see that it can be taken out of context – but that is the style of Obama. One cannot readily see or understand what side of the fence he stands on, and it is all because of his mixed upbringing, and unlike others, I believe it unhinged him to the degree where he chose to stand with the black militant of society, rather than the progressive part that wants a better life, but also wants to get along with other ethnic groups in one combined effort of unity that makes America strong. Indeed, America can continue to be and has been a melting pot. This not only makes it culturally unique in the world, but it also represented one of America’s strengths. Barack Obama, I believe, meant he would stand against people oppressed. Yet, his affiliations and personal associates show differently.
sharpton_obama The last quote is probably the most damning during a time when America is undergoing a declared war against Islamic extremists and fascist entities. The suspicions of columnists and others, remain founded upon his quoted written words, as well as his affiliations – directly or indirectly, personal, political or campaign donations accepted.
We don’t need a president with the mind set such as what occurred to Japanese-Americans in the 1940s; however, we must also be realistic of the underground movement and its agenda within America that is working heavily in England as I write this.
Did America EVER need a President that would change his policy and America’s national security and preservation of its sovereignty “should the political winds shift in an ugly direction”?
This article is only about racism because of Senator Obama’s associates, as well as his own words – when he wrote his two books and what he says now. Yes, Senator Clinton’s camp has used this for their own purpose, I would not be naïve enough to believe otherwise; however, the damning conclusion that Senator Obama should not be our next president, much less a United States Senator sitting in Congress are from his OWN words, actions and affiliations. Never think that one’s associations doesn’t reveal the inner character of anyone. His stance on the issues doesn’t hold up to scrutiny either.
Fred Thompson is out of the picture. What would be great is to put down Obama, Clinton AND McCain – Americans should jump on the Ron Paul bandwagon, if not too late.
Ron Paul hasn’t given up on America, why should we give up on him?
Do I agree with all of Ron Paul’s policy on issues – No
ron_paul_desk However, at least his record clearly shows that America and ALL of its people are important and he is aware that politicians in Washington, both in Congress and the White House has caused most of the woes that befall us right now in domestic issues and constantly wastes tax funding. It is just that people got wary when he talked of isolationism. On his desk in his office, it reads: 

Don’t steal – the Government hates competition

That alone should tell an American that he tends to side with the people rather than the political clubs of Washington.

Those still alive to remember, this is what made Hitler strong enough to start a world war and oppress Europe with the intent of conquest. It would have been better to defuse Hitler before he gained strength and support, and help Germany in its financial woes that had been caused by World War I – punishing a people for the actions of their ruling class. Besides, I strongly believe that Dr. Paul would not be as strong an isolationist as he presently feels he should be – once he sees the information that a president sees in terms of national security, et cetera. Ron Paul does not belong to the GOP elite family and he does not back down when confronting the DNC side of the political aisle, either.
Not one of the these candidates that the media is giving full coverage, qualifies to be our next president. If you agree – do something about it. 
If you would like to verify the quotes yourself, pick up a copy of Senator Obama’s books at the library. Why make him richer by purchasing one? To me, reading Obama’s books is almost like reading Mein Kampf – of which I read a copy from the library as well a long time ago for a literature class. It is a literary warning in the author’s own words of things to come. To a lesser degree, so are Dreams of My Father and the Audacity of Hope. Obama grew up in racial controversy and sided with the wrong elements. There are Americans who suffered during their lives actions and rhetoric of prejudice and so on, but they chose the path and stuck by their nation and above all, believed in themselves as Americans: Thomas Sowell, Larry Elder, Starr Parker, Condoleezza Rice, and Walter Williams to name a few.

…Early in his run for the U.S. Senate in 2004, Obama’s pollsters discovered that women loved him, especially nice white ladies who like personalities more than politics and definitely don’t like political arguments. Why can’t we all just get along?
Obama has molded himself into the male Oprah Winfrey, the crown prince of niceness, bravely denouncing divisiveness, condemning controversy, eulogizing unity, and retelling his feel-good life story about he, the child of a black scholar from
Kenya and a white mother from Kansas, grew up to be editor of the Harvard Law Review.
Gaullism worked out fairly well in
France, and so might Obamaism in America. …
Beneath this bland Good Obama lies a more interesting character, one that I like far better – the Bad Obama, a close student of other people’s weaknesses, a literary artist of considerable power in plumbing his deep reservoirs of self-pity and resentment, an unfunny Evelyn Waugh consumed by indignation toward his own mother’s people. He has been hiding out on the bestseller lists for the last two years in his enormously revealing, but little understood, 1995 “autobiography” – a more accurate term might be “autobiographical novel” …
Obama’s gift for restructuring the past into emotionally and aesthetically satisfying patterns made for uneasy hybrid of fact and fiction, with composite characters clearly made-up dialogue, and even preposterous dream sequences. …
…Obama has a depressive’s fine ye for the disillusioning detail. …
Which Obama is real? …
A racial group is a large extended family, and Obama’s book is primarily about his rejection of his supportive white maternal extended family in favor of his unknown black paternal extended family. …
In reality, Obama provides a disturbing test of the best-case scenario of whether
America can indeed move beyond race. He inherited his father’s penetrating intelligence; was raised mostly by his loving white grandparents in multiracial, laid-back Hawaii, where America’s normal race rules never applied; and received a superb private school education. … Even his celebrated acceptance of Christianity in his mid-20s turns out to be an affirmation of African-American emotional separatism. As I was reading Dreams, I assumed that his ending would be adapted from the favorite book of his youth, The Autobiography of Malcolm X, which climaxes with Malcolm’s visit to Mecca and heartwarming conversion from the racism of the Black Muslims to the universalism of orthodox Islam. I expected that Obama would analogously forgive whites and ask forgiveness for his own racial antagonism as he accepts Jesus. Instead, Obama falls under the spell of a leftist black nationalist preacher, Jeremiah A. Wright, who preaches African-American unity through antipathy toward whites. Reverend Wright remains a major influence on the presidential candidate. (The title of Obama’s second book, The Audacity of Hope, is borrowed from one of Wright’s sermons.) Ben Wallace-Wells notes in Rolling Stone: “This is as openly radical a background as any significant American political figure has ever emerged from, as much Malcolm X as Martin Luther King Jr.”
From the age of ten onward[i], though, Obama desperately wants to be black. … He cherishes every cause for complaint he can discern against white folks. He is constantly distressed at being half-white. … Obama’s teenage self-consciousness is perpetually crucified by contact with stereotypes about blacks. … The great irony of the book is that so many of the stereotypes about African-Americans and Africans turn out, in is troubling experience, to be true – which doesn’t make Obama happy at all. … The message much of white
America hopes to send to black America by electing Obama is: Don’t be so Black. Act more Barack. Perhaps this explains why blacks haven’t been all that enthusiastic. …
For Americans wondering about his fitness to be president, his latest Kenyan trip symbolizes the inner duality beneath his dapper exterior. He possesses one of the finest minds of any politician, but his personal passions routinely war against his acknowledging unwelcome truths, even to himself. Whether his head or heart would prove stronger in the White House remains unknown, perhaps even to Barack Obama.

If you really want “change” – vote for Ron Paul and put down both political parties and the overbearing media. While he is a registered Republican, he is also a libertarian in his political views. He will not leave the GOP because he would rather be instrumental in its reformation. Does this not demonstrate some character? He could easily just leave and run independently. He had strong support in cyberspace via the Internet, but it was the American media who put him behind against McCain (“darling of the media”). Remember this.
Thanks, Lori for bringing this email to my attention. 
Damning Quotes from Obama by Ted Belman
Video Response to Mike Huckabee on Barack Obama’s Speech on Race – You Tube
Obama’s Identity Crisis by Steve Sailer
The Truth About Obama’s Disdain for White People – JC Less
Is Race the Issue? – Scared Monkeys
Racist Quotes from Barack Hussein Obama’s Dreams of My Father – City Data
The Real Barack – Obama’s Nation – Debbie Schlussel
The Chicago Delusion – The Strategic Failure
America are you listening? – The Right Truth
Muslim Obama – Grant Swank – American Conservative Daily
Obama’s Liberation Theology Church – The Right Truth
Video Response to Wright Speech at National Press Club – YouTube
Questions Are Back – Who is Barack Hussein Obama? – Freedom Zone
Michelle Obama – NY Times
Barack Obama Exposed! – Human Events

[i] Sociologists and Psychiatrists both agree that a person’s main character/personage develops between the age of ten and twelve, and pretty much retains during that person’s lifetime – barring personal life devastation and mental illness.