Obama Puts His Daddy Hat On, Again
Since when is it a president's place to advise people in their personal moral and spiritual journey? For five years, he's been preaching to white people on how they should act. Yesterday, President Obama piped up once again on how the Trayvon Martin tragedy should move us all to be a little less racist. Predictably, he threw in Malia and Sasha as paragons of virtue for being "better than we were on these issues."
Coming from a communist father, a hippie, secular humanist, socialist mother who abandoned him, and raised by fellow travelling grandparents, a sexually perverted communist mentor "Uncle Frank" and a gay transvestite Indonesian nanny, there's no way he could get away with this laughable pedagogical moralizing without the contrived family he totes around.
From the Friday speech:
And so, you know, we have to be vigilant. And we have to work on these issues. And those of us in authority should be doing everything we can to encourage the better angels of our -- nature as opposed to using these episodes to heighten divisions.
But we should also have confidence that kids these days, I think, have more sense than we did back then and certainly more than our parents did or our grandparents did, and that along this long and difficult journey, you know, we're becoming a more perfect union, not a perfect union, but a more perfect union.
Obama also put us on notice that we'd better do some "soul-searching" because as president he has "convening power" to push forward some "grand new federal programs."
Wow, 'wait till your father gets home kids -- there's gonna be some whoop-ass if you don't straighten it out.' Obama, the Daddy that 73% of the Rachel Jeantel demographic never had, is going after those downright mean white oppressor bullies. The ones who keep putting all the black young males in prison for wearing hoodies and eating skittles. The ones who "paint African-American boys with a broad brush" and who tend to see them as "more violent."
Obama the Marxist never strays too far from the dialectic. We have to put Martin's death in "context." What context Obama doesn't say, but we can assume it's all about slavery and its economic origins. Why else were there communist protesters at the Justice for Trayvon rallies with signs reading Racism is a By-Product of Capitalism?
So -- so folks understand the challenges that exist for African- American boys. But they get frustrated, I think, if they feel that there's no context for it, or -- and that context is being denied.
And -- and that all contributes, I think, to a sense that if a white male teen was [sic] involved in the same kind of scenario that, from top to bottom, both the outcome and the aftermath might have been different.
Obama and his dupes, including Martin's father, Tracy, have been repeating the "if Trayvon was [sic] white" talking point ever since the verdict came down. Translation: whites are the privileged class, nobody bothers them. Or in the words of Marx who indeed linked slavery to white capitalist exploiters of blacks: "In fact, the veiled slavery of the wage-laborers in Europe needed the unqualified slavery of the New World as its pedestal. Capital comes dripping from head to toe, from every pore, with blood and dirt "
Obama may be fooling the black community with his "Trayvon Martin could have been me, 35 years ago" but like everything else in the Marxist world, black interests are only a means to an end to capitalism.
While Obama continues to exploit blacks for his own purposes, we can be sure he'll act like the "wise chief ruling over a human kindergarten" telling us what to do and to like it or else.
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