Barck Hussein Obama Involved in Kenya’s Presidential Campaigns – August 20, 2008

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This was originally posted August 20, 2008 before Obama was elected President of the United States of America.  It was the author’s strongest desire that the American people would learn of Obama’s radical beliefs and behaviors and refuse to elect him to the most powerful office in the world.  That did not happen, in part because the news media did not report things that would harm Obama’s election chances.   It is still important to learn who and what Barack Hussein Obama is, believes and works to achieve.  Put all the puzzle pieces together and pray that the hidden pieces are soon revealed.  Spread the word – the truth.

While campaigning for president for himself in the United States of America, Barack Hussein Obama  campaigned for Raila Odinga for president of Kenya in the 2007 election there. Raila Odinga is the founder of the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) and campaigned for “Change”. Have you heard that somewhere else? Yes, of course. It’s Barack Hussein Obama’s biggest motto. Just for fun, visit Raila Odinga’s web site at http://www.raila07.com/. Notice that he is an “agent for change”, and he asks citizens to “register for change” and “vote for change”. Sounds very familiar to Americans.  (UPDATE:  RAILA ODINGA NO LONGER HAS THE WEBSITE REFERRENCED ABOVE, SINCE THE ELECTION WAS HELD.)

What else does Obama and Odinga have in common? They are both from the Kenyan Luo Tribe. Obama has visited his father’s home land in Kenya three times. He’s met his relatives and taken the lay of the land. He knows the differences between the tribes. His last trip as a United States Senator was taxpayer funded. Official U.S. business should not have included backing one or the other candidate in their race unless our government officially took a stand and sent him to represent it, which wasn’t the case here.

Obama spoke out against the sitting government while on their soil and was seen with Raila Odinga, looking very friendly. Speaking against their current government would make President Kibaki feel that Obama didn’t support his campaign for re-election. Speaking favorably of Odinga and being quite friendly toward him while appearing in public with him, would make Odinga and Kibaki feel that Obama supported Odinga. Obama now says he did not promote Odinga’s candidacy while in Kenya. The following video records Obama’s presence in Kenya, with Raila and seems to substantiate the claim that he campaigned for, or at the least, promoted Odinga during their pre-election season.   Notice the CNN logo at the bottom of lots of footage.  It was reported overseas by CNN, but how much did Americans hear about it here?

The Kenyan government was upset with Obama for interfering in their elections and spoke out about it. Jerome Corsi’s book, “Obama Nation” says that Dick Morris, a former Clinton campaign strategist also went to Kenya to help Raila Odinga win the election.   In the following video, Odinga says that he saw Morris when he went to New York and was thrilled that Morris agreed to help his campaign.  Morris says that he promised to do this pro bono – FREE!!!  The question is, “WHY?”

When Odinga did not win, he claimed that the election results were falsified or tampered with and called for protests. Odinga’s supporters of the Luo Tribe were so outraged that they went on murderous rampages, killing, raping, beating, hacking and chopping with machetes, and even beheading five people. Their victims were of the Kikuyu Tribe, the same as the re-elected President Kibaki. They burned churches, including an Assembly of God church where 35 to 50 people, including children, were burned alive. Those that tried to escape were beaten and hacked.

Morturary interview after Eldoret A/G Church mass murders PLEASE LISTEN CLOSELY TO THIS TWO-MINUTE AUDIO!

http://www.rfi.fr/actuen/articles/101/article_232.asp 

Notice in the previous video at :55 seconds to 1:05, the reporter states that Odinga had garnered support in the nation’s two slum areas by promising the poor that he would redistribute the wealth more evenly.  Sounds like Obama in America.    These two have much in common.  Odinga has been labeled a Socialist/Communist.

The next videos are upsetting and difficult to watch because they document the aftermath of the election when Odinga did not win. One video spotlights the actions of the Luo Tribal gang who calls themselves the Taliban.  (This video has disappeared.  It doesn’t come up in a search of YouTube anymore.)

When the reporter says, “her husband was panga’ed, he refers to the machete, called “panga” in Kenya. The woman’s husband was killed with a machete.  (This video no longer appears in a YouTube search.)

Notice that water cannons are used to disperse the crowd. It doesn’t kill,  just makes it impossible for crowds to stand and cause harm to others. The army points their weapons up not at the protestors.  You don’t see anyone in the crowd fall.  The news reporter seems to think the army is using excessive force, but with so much killing in the streets and much of it with machetes, water cannons and firing in the air seems tame.

I watched many videos of the unrest and violence in Kenya resulting from the disputed election and Odinga’s refusal to accept the outcome. Almost all of them, from a variety of sources, including Reuters News Agency, BBC News, and CNN News, cite Odinga for calling for the protests and inciting his tribe, the Luos, to take matters into their own hands, which they did. Keep in mind that the Kikuyu Tribe is the tribe of the incumbent president Kibaki. It is his people being routed out of their homes, killed, raped and murdered by the Luo Tribe of Raila Odinga (also Barack Obama’s tribe).

Who burns Christian churches and murders Christians, even children? Atheists and Muslims. Kenya is reported to be 80% Christian and 10% Muslim. Odinga signed an agreement with Muslims for changes he would make in their favor, once in a position of power.

With all the resulting riots, rampages, death and anarchy, the international community put pressure on the re-elected Kibaki to stop the violence. To satisfy the internationals, re-elected President Kibaki created the office of Prime Minister for Raila Odinga, a power-share not in Kenya’s constitution.

Although he accepted the position, this is not what Odinga wanted. He called for Kibaki to hold new elections, in which Odinga expected to win and hold the presidency in full power.

Listen to Obama’s speech at the University of Nairobi and ask the question, “Did his speech play any part in the way Odinga’s supporters reacted to Odinga’s election loss?” Did he help make them dissatisfied with the current “corrupt government and police force” and did he say anything that made them unwilling to accept the election results?  In the next video, the last minute is important.  (3:05 to 4:00 minutes)

It’s bad enough that a U.S. Senator got involved in the democratic elections of Kenya, but what followed was horrendous and Obama’s name will forever be associated with those events. Why did he choose one side over the other? Was it loyalty to his own Luo Tribe? Odinga is pretty far left on the political scale. He named his son, Fidel, after Fidel Castro. He seems a strange choice to curry Obama’s favor, except for sharing the same tribal blood in his veins as Obama. It’s anyone’s guess what will happen next or what role Barack Obama, a Luo tribe member living in America, would play in Kenya’s future, if elected president of the U.S.

I, for one, am praying that he is NEVER the president of the United States. He has far too many leftists, Marxists, Communists, terrorists, Muslims, and dangerous people in his circle of acquaintances, and even close friends. IS THAT MERELY A COINCIDENCE? I RATHER DOUBT IT.

There is no more time to do nothing.

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