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President Obama's Half Brother To Appear In Anti-Obama Doc

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by Sergio
July 10, 2012 11:26 PM
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Talk about a cheap shot!

President Obama's Kenyan half-brother, George Obama, makes an appearance in the new anti-Obama documentary, 2016: Obama's America.

The film, produced by Gerald Molen who co-produced Steven Spielberg's Schilnder's List, Jurrassic Park and Minority Report, is based on the foaming-at-the-mouth anti-Obama screed by right wing hack (and fraud, who's been exposed in several articles to date), Dinesh D'Souza, called The Roots of Obama's Rage.

This was the book that claimed the president was filled with "anti-colonialist" rage and hatred of whites, tauight to him by his Kenyan father; you know, the one who President Obama met just once in his life.

In the clip from the film below, D'Soza is clearly trying to bait George Obama into criticizing his half-brother, although he's not going for it.

And when that doesn't work, D'Souza changes the subject to show good Africans had it when they were colonized by Europeans.

Talk about desperation...

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23 Comments

  • Rita | August 29, 2012 5:16 PMReply

    quite inaccurate to call this an "anti Obama Doc" (clearly shows your bias, not attractive in a journalist BTW). Everyone should see this, its not "anti", Mr D souza accurately explains how Obamas upbringing with Marxists (Frank Marshall Davis avowed Communist was a mentor for young Barack sought out by his own grandfather) & anti colonialists in his fathers native Kenya
    shaped Obama's world view. He hates the UK which is why the bust of churchill was banned from Obamas white house. Mr D Souza reads from Baracks very own biography using BO very own words so it is impossible to refute what D Souza says. Thank you Mr Sullivan & Mr D souza for telling us what the leftist USA media refused to delve in to.

  • "Le Sigh" | August 29, 2012 6:41 PM

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  • "Le Sigh" | August 29, 2012 6:40 PM

    1. D'Souza rightly argues that the national debt has risen to $16 trillion under Obama. But he never mentions the explosion of debt that occurred under Obama's predecessor, Republican George W. Bush, nor the 2008 global financial crisis that provoked a shock to the U.S. economy. 2. D'Souza says Obama is "weirdly sympathetic to Muslim jihadists" in Afghanistan and Pakistan. He does not mention that Obama ordered the raid that killed Osama bin Laden and the drone strikes that have killed dozens of other terrorists in the region. 3. D'Souza wrongly claims that Obama wants to return control of the Falkland Islands from Britain to Argentina. The U.S. refused in April to endorse a final declaration on Argentina's claim to the islands at the Summit of the Americas, provoking criticism from other Latin American nations. 4. D'Souza says Obama has "done nothing" to impede Iran's nuclear ambitions, despite the severe trade and economic sanctions his administration has imposed on that country to halt its suspected nuclear program. Obama opposes a near-term military strike on Iran, either by the U.S. or Israel, although he says the U.S. will never tolerate a nuclear-armed Iran. 5. D'Souza says Obama removed a bust of British Prime Minister Winston Churchill from the Oval Office because Churchill represented British colonialism. White House curator William Allman said the bust, which had been on loan, was already scheduled to be returned before Obama took office. Another bust of Churchill is on display in the president's private residence, the White House says.

  • Cao | August 11, 2012 1:09 PMReply

    Actually, George said a lot that showed to me why Obama has not 'taken care of him' the way most people think he should. After all, George was living in that shack on $12 a year, and Obama said 'we are our brother's keeper,' right? George revealed he is not an anti-colonialist like Obama is, and believes the British should have stayed and developed Kenya, and that Kenya would have been better off if they'd stayed! George was kinder to his brother than his brother has been to him, that's for sure.

    Where is your talking about George's book Homeland: An Extraordinary Story of Hope and Survival (New York: Simon and Schuster, 2010).? That is what Dinesh was quoting from and asking about. Did you really see the movie, or are you just here to trash it? Don't you want people to know that George wrote a book at all? Or is it that George's politics aren't his brothers or yours, so you don't want anyone to know about it?

  • Rebecca Gomez | August 10, 2012 8:50 AMReply

    I saw the interview and D'Zouza was asking questions...and brother O told him that capitalism was a more acceptable form of government because it gave people incentive to work harder. The poor man lives in a hut and gets zilch from millionaire brother. So much for share the wealth and your fair share........

  • Miles Ellison | July 28, 2012 11:11 PMReply

    Isn't the very reason that America exists due to anti-colonialism? Being against colonialism became a bad thing when America elected Obama. I wonder how it's possible to be so completely and utterly clueless.

  • BeukendaalMason | August 22, 2012 11:10 AM

    Actually the American Revolution was about self-government and equality. The Colonists (pre-Americans) wanted to extend their self-governance that many had for decades and were being slowly eroded by some in (far off) England. Many others were insulted by the fact that while they were more industrious and richer that those in England they were treated as second-class citizens (many rights or privileges were denied to Colonists due to where they were born).

    Anti-Colonialism is the attempt to eradicate the work that colonial powers (European countries) had done in the country. This is often to turn their back on what is viewed as "colonial systems" like rights, constitutions, equality, economic systems (typically Capitalism), and those they view as part of the "colonial system": ie those who support rights, equality, or do not share their ethnicity.

  • J_Jammer | July 28, 2012 9:59 PMReply

    You didn't even see the film yet. You blasted something based on your soiled assumption.

  • urbanauteur | July 12, 2012 12:09 PMReply

    This is yet another prime example, how the ultra right, try to cram these compadore-granola-bar intellectuals down the throats of the unsuspecting masses with their xenophobic high wire act.

  • ABP | July 11, 2012 11:17 PMReply

    Zionists aren't going to stop. Can they ALL....please go to the "holy land" sick of this crap.

  • Ava | July 11, 2012 6:31 PMReply

    I am not even going to look at the clip because I can remember hearing Dinesh D'Souza '...spitting his cud' as far back as Tony Brown's Journal (whatever happened to him??) on PBS and even though I was young, I wasn't buying him then and I'm certainly not buying him now. And I did unfortunately, read that diatribe about how supposedly the President modeled his thinking on his father's alleged hatred of colonial power and how supposedly the President was trying to bring down the U.S. to the level of a 'Third World' country. Just Ugh! Utter tripe. I'm glad George Obama exercised good judgement and didn't fall for the bait, another one of D'Souza's bogus theories shot straight to hell (like when he defended the Bell Curve book). Why doesn't he go defend the caste system in India? Why does he feel so inclined to write exclusively on the 'flaws' of Blacks? I'm just going to stop right here lest some evil thought or word slips out.

  • saadiyah | July 11, 2012 1:53 PMReply

    Everytime these clowns try to dig up some dirt about Pres. Obama, they come up with sqat! Brother George didn't fall for it. Good for him. I'm not feeling his opinion on colonialism though.

  • Clayton | July 11, 2012 12:25 PMReply

    I'm surprised at Gerald Molen. So sad. And I respect George Obama. He surely wasn't going for it. I applaud him.

  • Kim | July 11, 2012 11:29 AMReply

    Obama must be so proud. His hater pool is expansive. Let 'em hate while we VOTE.

  • BluTopaz | July 11, 2012 11:18 AMReply

    This souza clown received his honorary caucasian card years ago; I don't know why he's still obsessed with Black people. He and Allen West should go on a lawn jockey tour.

  • radiah | July 11, 2012 11:46 AM

    I LOVE IT! Lawn jockey tour!

  • guyver | July 11, 2012 10:54 AMReply

    Who is this clown interviewing him? Another clown trying to come up off of the President's ball sack. Everybody wants a piece, some things never change. And old george sounds like a complete idiot.

  • donnadara | July 11, 2012 10:06 AMReply

    I smell desperation.

  • James Evans from the Cabrini-Green | July 11, 2012 8:21 AMReply

    This will have devastingly successful political implications, since every red meat conservative knows the first source of truth for all right wing American republicans is Kenya.

  • Jai | July 11, 2012 7:00 AMReply

    Crabs in a barrel, smh

  • Clayton | July 11, 2012 12:26 PM

    'Nough respect to George Obama. We could all use a brother like him.

  • James | July 11, 2012 9:31 AM

    not really.. he didnt say anything at all against his brother. His criticism of his own country is aimed at his own countrymen.

  • Nicole | July 11, 2012 12:33 AMReply

    This is some bull.........................

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