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Obama too smart to be naïve?

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in response to reader comment: Was Obama Naive? And were Liberal Jews who supported him partly responsible for his election?

Submitted by Alex B (Canada), Sep 25, 2022 at 00:04

Obama was far from being naïve. He was and still is very intelligent shrewd manipulative politician that uses the shade of his skin to bamboozle the American public. He had the guaranteed support of African Americans that viewed him mistakenly as an African American. None of his ancestors was ever a slave. All his Africanism was due to the short-term affair that his Kenyan father had with Obama's white American teen age gullible mother. The non-African American people including the Jewish liberals that voted for Obama because they believed that an "African American" Presidency would prove that Institutional Racism is finally over were extremely naïve. If anything, Obamas policies promoted institutional racism to levels not seen before. With one difference, Obama inspired institutional racism is directed against white Americans. He managed with full support of the biased mainstream media to hide his anti-American pro- Islam agenda. In my view it was prompted by his African Muslim ancestors... and his Muslim upbringing by his Indonesian stepfather.
The presidency of Biden is essentially Obama's 3rd term. Unlike other presidents when they finish their 2nd term they retire from political activities. Obama stayed in Washington with clear agenda to complete behind the scenes what he did not accomplish in his 2 terms turn America into a full-fledged third world banana republic.
PS, I think that the Chicago Jewish politician that you referred to is Rahm Emanuel that served as first Chief of Staff of Obama's White House (Nov 2008-Sep 2010).


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