Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Michelle Obama: First Lady/Anti-White Racist?

The Obama campaign has done a pretty good job in shutting up the angry mouth of Michelle Obama since her infamous "For the first time, I'm proud of my country" remark.

But every now and then, the veil is lifted on the Obamas, and we see their schemes and motivations.

Barack Obama had his "Wizard of Oz" moment earlier this week when he laid out his socialist game plan to a plumber inquring what his rationale was for taxing him out of business. Now it is Michelle's turn - the angry race-centric future First Lady made a blistering call to African Press International the other day when she felt their coverage was not favorable enough to her husband. Gateway Pundit reports on the exchange:

....Mrs Obama said she decided to call API because of what she termed, API’s help to spread rumours created by American bloggers and other racist media outlets in their efforts to damage a black man’s name, saying she hopes African Media was mature enough to be in the front to give unwavering support to her husband, a man Africans should identify themselves with.

When API told her that our online news media was only relaying what the American Bloggers and other media outlets had discovered through their investigations, Mrs Obama was angered and she came out loud with the following: “African Press International is supposed to support Africans and African-American view,” and she went to state that, “it is strange that API has chosen to support the racists against my husband.

She goes further; when the API asks her about her husband's involvement with, and support of, the leader of a bloody pro-Muslim coup in Kenya, she responded thusly:

...When API asked Mrs Obama to comment on why Dr Corsi was arrested by the Kenyan government and whether she thought Kenya’s Prime Minister Mr Raila Odinga was involved in Dr Corsi’s arrest, she got irritated and and simply told API not to dig that which will support evil people who are out to stop her husband from getting the presidency.

Nice! So what we get here are two similar thoughts from Michelle Obama:

- anyone who opposes Barack Obama's bid for the presidency, or even writes about about him in a way that might be less than glowingly positive, is racist - even if they are African.

- anyone who investigates a story that might cast a negative light on Barack Obama - even if it is true, and worthy of publication - is by nature racist, since they are supporting the goals of the racists whom wish to deny her husband the throne.

Based on the reporting I see in the papers, the American media seems to agree with Michelle...

Incidentally, the link above regarding Obama's activities in Kenya is a must-read. He denies any involvement, of course ("This is not the Kenya coup that I know"), but take a look at the picture below, and go read for's not like the MSM is gonna give you any help here.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Oh Please! This one is ssooo obvious. A tiny website with large pretensions manages to get big time web hits from all around the world-- all by hinting at an October Surprise audio of Michelle.
They win their ratings game, and conservatives lose credibility (and get mocked by MSM) for believing such a silly and badly done piece of stupidity. Wake up people! There is NO audio.