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The REAL Obama


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  • Tompainsence7#

    Tompainsence7 September 11, 2011 8:11:48 AM CEST

    Dear Anglo cousin,I agree with allot of what you wrote, and wrote well(the Prescott-Hitler Great!). However, and with all due respect( and your clearly a poli-sci-history-nerd like me)I do feel that you are either left of center(politic-wise), don't understand true grit race issues(that you just can't talk about as a white, without being deemed a racist), or believe your aid to either camp in '08 made a "CHANGE". Let me explain further before I sound like more of a right-wing A-hole. I am neither right, left, or center. Why?....... Because they don't exist. This I know for absolute fact. The how I can't tell, but lets just say it's somewhere between LUCI-Dulles-Pescot-Adolf, and last but not least pay offs & gun shotsss. (did that ryme?) IT'S A PUPPET SHOW! I was also involved with the Obama-McCain '08 Show(trust me, my job did not lean to either animal). The Electo-collage works, and from my sources, the 2000 Bore-war was the exception. Do you realy think Obama is the President of the U.S.A.? I think he thinks he is too. What staple of the U.S. presidential campain has more effect on public opinion(gallop polls, focus groups ect...)?With out a dought the National debates!When a private corp(or for you LTD.)like NBC, or ABC, or CBS, disregards(by policy)any canadates on the official voting ballot polling under X%(it's around 12%, but don't "..." me)can not debate.its a boxing match

  • Tompainsence7#

    Tompainsence7 September 11, 2011 6:09:33 AM CEST

    My friend you clearly(with all due respect)are not a history buff, or poli-sci student. I agree with parts of what you have repeated(clearly from anti-American B.S.)and and re-propagated. But I have now watched 9 or 10 of these blip's, and in every case they are , hands down propaganda. I f you are really considering this web site as an alt-underground-press; then Pete keep on the repeat.Tom Painsence

  • Likeaboss#

    Likeaboss June 9, 2011 9:32:47 AM CEST

    its all ascript. amrica's war against terr0rism ha, every war we have ever participated 0n we are the invaders and rape 0ther c0untries 4 wat they g0t. sept11 we attacked 0urselves and t00k 0ver the middle east, we just c0pied hitler when he attacked himself and g0t away wit it.

  • X-mog#

    X-mog April 13, 2011 11:56:35 AM CEST

    He's an Afghan...Osama's still living in a pimpin' underground base in Dubai. Are you paying attention to me ex special agent Clarice? Or am I gonna have to eat your liver with some fava beans and a nice chianti? Seriously though, let them have their way, I know they're gonna get sick of it all before time ends.

  • Mcgill99#

    Mcgill99 April 10, 2011 12:58:56 PM CEST

    i totally agree !!!

  • anonymous#

    anonymous March 3, 2011 4:15:53 PM CET

    I was in America during the democratic leadership campaign in 2008 prior to Obama winning the presidency, and as a brit I was astounded by the media fear mongering and borderline racist comments made by both politicians, media and public alike, who demonstrated a massive fear of electing a black candidate for president. Whether or not you agree with democratic policies, the issue I witness from these videos is the ongoing discomfort with the notion of a black president. This is sad because the race issue overshadows legitimate complaints regarding Obama's policies. This video draws focus heavily on his nationality, religious beliefs, affiliations and the views of his friends of which he has no control.There is undoubtedly flaws in the Capitalist democratic societies of the world, and this information sidetracks from the main point that effects us all regardless of colour.Furthermore, referring to people like Gadaffi or Libya,Ahmadinajad of Iran and others as terrorist leaders is incorrect and dangerous. Love them or hate them, they were democratically elected as their countries leaders by the people. Their elections were no more illegitimate that those of George W Bush. Calling them terrorist leaders refers to their countries and it's people as terrorists, which is a gross distortion that is a dangerous lesson to teach others. Being an afro-american carries a history of trauma and inequality that has to be acknowledged no matter how uncomfortable to those who may feel some guilt, just as much as the holocaust.I neither agree with extreme black political views no more that those of white extremists, but if you look at the history of nearly all American presidents, they are all historically connected to political, corporate or racial groups/elites that have views that would offend many. Check out Prescott Bush and Standard Oil's Hitler connections, you guys voted his grandson in for 8 years!Does Obama, who is of mixed heritage offend you more than a family that financially supported Hitler?

  • Amelyn#

    Amelyn February 25, 2011 8:15:28 AM CET

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    Amelyn February 25, 2011 8:15:23 AM CET

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    Amelyn February 25, 2011 8:15:14 AM CET

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    Amelyn February 25, 2011 8:15:10 AM CET



 
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