Thursday, December 02, 2010

Obama's Rage by Dinesh D'Sousa

I disrupted my Kenneth Roberts marathon to review a book that appears to be much discussed but seldom read. I have read several books by Dinesh D'Sousa and all of them are worth reading.

The title of laziest blogger on the Web belongs to Gene of Harry's place. Gene is the so called American presence on Harry's Place. He is your typical Europhile Socialist Cocktail Party Gadfly without an original thought. He does make the cliche anti American lefties feel comfortable by echoing their idiotic nostrums. Mostly, he repeats whatever the folks at Huffington post without bothering to do original work like reading books before commenting on them or listening to the talk radio shows before expounding imagined expertise. His sole expertise appears to be what type of food goes with white wine and Prozac.

The loons at Harry's Place posted what appeared to be a reasonable point. Glenn Beck making an insane comment about Obama inheriting political views from a father he barely knew. I decided to watch TV and on reruns I watched the Beck show on reruns and saw that the point was about a book that Gene failed to mention. Moreover, the
hysterical comments talked about Churchill's bust and the Mau Mau uprising which was a minor point in the book. It was fairly obvious that Gene does no original research and does not even bother watching the shows he comments on at length.

For the record, now that I commute I seldom get the chance to watch Fox News or listen to Talk Radio. I am familiar enough with the Soros sponsored lies to look for the facts before rushing to judgment. A comedic classic was when traitor Renegade Eye
went off on a rant about what appeared to be a song in dreadful taste called Obama the magic negro played on the Limbaugh show. The idiot was corrected by Craig Bardo (a brilliant Black Conservative) who set the record straight. The song was actually making fun of Al Sharpton's claim Obama wasn't authentically Black. It was a witty piece of satire from the clueless loons who think Al Franken is funny.

The book dismisses birthers and is actually too mild in tone. We have seen many far left types imagine that their Cold War antics were anti colonialism. The facts are that this is merely a guise that Bill Ayers types use to cloud their treasonous actions on behalf of Communist goonery sponsored by China, the USSR or Cuba. We have seen this fan dance where Fake Rabbi Michael Lerner points out he never joined the Communist Party. He merely pretends that his actions in aiding and abetting Communists brutality were anti colonial. In reality these movements merely replaced one form of colonialism with a more brutal form with a local face.

The book is thought provoking and well worth reading. The author does hint that we have not been told the actual story of the political freak that was the mother of Obama. The book furthers my suspicion as to the real reason Obama's grades have been hidden as the specter of a President who has benefited from affirmative action appears likely.

11 comments:

Ducky's here said...

Beak, you didn't say anything about the book. But I'm glad you found something else with a 9th grade vocabulary. Keeps you busy.

When did Craig Bardo take time out from his mission to dig up and rape Ayn Rand's corpse?

beakerkin said...

To the comedian. In general Rabbis are ordained by a Bet Din. The exact circumstances of the ordination remain murky at best. The circumstsances have been published on the web.

Moreover, the comedian should be aware of basic Hebrew. The term Rabbi means teacher and a person who has been on record with odd claims about LSD and Marx can teach nothing of any value except comedy.

The term Rav means leader of a congregation. The clown may lead a gathering of imbeciles and fools, but alas nothing more.

It is up to the members of the community to decide who is what. You may have a title from the State, but within the community of those who practice you are a nobody. Being a clergyman is quite different than being an exterminator or plumber. People like the clown give the former a bad name.

Hmmm I do recall an author offering to test the comedian on the basics of the religion. This author does grasp the difference between disputable points and basics. There was no response from the comedian.

Ducky's here said...

What are you writing about?

"The term Rav means leader of a congregation. The clown may lead a gathering of imbeciles and fools, but alas nothing more."

You really need an editor. That grammar may be fine for government forms but it gets noticed on the internet.

The_Editrix said...

"The author does hint that we have not been told the actual story of the political freak that was the mother of Obama."

That is probably true. I'm not known to be a great fan of Geller, but this bit from Atlas Shrugs makes for an interesting read. I'm nor saying it was so, I'm not even saying it's very likely, but it certainly contains some food for thought.

Ducky's here said...

And here I thought you had a modicum of self respect, Editrix.

A birther? Your birth certificate is an apology from an East German condom plant.

YoSemite Sam said...

Glad to see you FINALLY GETTING WITH THE PROGRAM, AVIATRIX!

I knew you had it in you!

(I think she has a problem with Geller's Long Island accent. It doesn't sound sophisticated enough for her German ears, though there is no question it's tough enough.)

And much of that "food for thought", however fanciful Obama's questionable patronage may or may not turn out to be, is DIRECTLY based on the meticulous research done at David Horowitz's discoverthenetworks.org, as prominently referenced in the body of this heretofore linked to expose' in post No. 4. I'd also credit the exemplary investigative reporting of one Jerome Corsi concerning Obama Jr's, AND Sr's, nefarious ties to Kenya. David Horowitz, once a member of Huey Long's inner circle of the original Black Panthers, has the insider's take, for sure. Read the pamphlets published at The David Horowitz Freedom Center website to get the concise synopses on the various aspects contributing to this Marxist plot against our free market capitalist American Republic. Especially the latest one on the Cloward/Piven strategy titled Breaking The System by Horowitz and Liz Blaine. It don't get any clearer than that. A somewhat less fanciful take on the subject, compared to this heretofore referenced article by Rudy Schultz, is the recent publication of the Geller/Spencer collaboration titled The Post-American Presidency: The Obama Administration's War on America. But then, do we really need to guess who Obama's father really was to know who he really is? (That was a trick rhetorical question.)

Don't you just love a good whodoneit?

(Reading Schultz's Horowitz based research was almost as bad as reading the Federalist Papers during which I was always getting impatient with Hamilton and on the brink of yelling,"Get to the point!".)

The Pagan Temple said...

It didn't have anything to do with birtherism, Ducky. It was saying Obama's father might have been Malcolm X, and she married Obama Sr. to provide a father for Barak. It had nothing to do with him not being born in this country.

And let's face it, there is something fishy about him refusing to present his birth certificate. I don't buy for a minute that he feels he is "above it" and "won't dignify such charges with a response", nor do I think he is holding back to make his opponents look foolish questioning him. That might have been valid at one time, but birthers are such a small minority he's overplayed the value of that by now.

There's something there. I personally think he was born with some kind of disease or some kind of condition that would be embarrassing to him were it public knowledge.

I'm guessing maybe he was born with syphilis. Or, perhaps he was born an addict.

I don't know, I just know there's something there he'd just soon we not know about.

The_Editrix said...

"I'm guessing maybe he was born with syphilis. Or, perhaps he was born an addict."

Would that be on record in his birth certificate? I guess so or you wouldn't make this point. Good one!

I still believe in the "arrogance" theory, though.

The_Editrix said...

It's "parentage" not "patronage", arsehole.

Dr. Demento said...

A diagnosis of syphilis or addiction would not be on record in the Birth Certificate, nor would it be, correspondingly, in the Certificate of Live Birth.

The_Editrix said...

"A diagnosis of syphilis or addiction would not be on record in the Birth Certificate, nor would it be, correspondingly, in the Certificate of Live Birth."

Well, if that is true, your point is worthless, TPT. Pity, really.