Friday, January 18, 2008

The Militant Muslim Family of Barack Hussein Obama

The following well-documented article suggests that Barack Hussein Obama is a media darling who has direct connections to Kenya and the Marxist Odinga, and the press doesn't want American voters to be aware of this connection.

Obama's Sharia Connections in Kenya

(Originally published at Right Truth January 16, 2008)

I think everyone needs to take another look at Barack Obama, his history, his church and his continuing connection to sharia law in Kenya:

Obama appears to have sided with opposition leader Raila Odinga, head of the same Luo tribe to which Obama's late Muslim father belonged.

Obama's older brother still lives there. Abongo "Roy" Obama is a Luo activist and a militant Muslim who argues that the black man must "liberate himself from the poisoning influences of European culture." He urges his younger brother to embrace his African heritage.

Beyond family politics, these ties have potential foreign policy, even national security, implications.

Odinga is a Marxist who reportedly has made a pact with a hard-line Islamic group in Kenya to establish Shariah courts throughout the country. He has also vowed to ban booze and pork and impose Muslim dress codes on women — moves favored by Obama's brother.

With al-Qaida strengthening its beachheads in Africa — from Algeria to Sudan to Somalia — the last thing the West needs is for pro-Western Kenya to fall into the hands of Islamic extremists.

Yet Obama interrupted his New Hampshire campaigning to speak by phone with Odinga, who claims to be his cousin. He did not speak with Kenyan President Mwai Kibaki.
Would Obama put African tribal or family interests ahead of U.S. interests? (continue reading at Investors Business Daily)

On Jan. 1, the world learned from major news sources that some churches and their occupants were burned in Kenya by Kenyans who didn't like the outcome of a recent election. The media failed to report that these were MUSLIMS killing and destroying Christians and their churches.

Why do the Muslims back the more left-leaning Odinga? Like leftists in Europe and America, Odinga and his faction want to use Islam to oppose Christianity, which is seen as an impediment to the left's agenda. [snip]

We are talking about objectivity and its dire lack in the media.

It seems pretty clear that the mainstream media have two reasons for omitting the details of the story:
1. They sympathize with Islam because it is the "enemy of the enemy," namely, Christianity.
2. They are cowards hoping to avoid a confrontation with Islam in their home countries. (WND)

I suggest a number 3. That Barack Obama is a media darling, has direct connections to Kenya and Odinga, and the press doesn't want American voters to be aware of this connection.



Americans have no faith in Congress: A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey shows that just 1% of likely voters give Congress an excellent rating and 12% say the legislature has done a good job.


  1. 1% have confidence in Congress? I am surprised it is that high...LOL

    Good piece, voted.

  2. Smearing a guy for who his family is is a low blow. On second thought, maybe you should look into who Karl Rove's father is: you'll find lots of information you'll choose to ignore, I'm sure.

  3. Have you read this article about Obama's connections in Kenya?

  4. I can show you a picture of Donald Rumsfeld and Saddam Hussein together too, and surely you won't contend that it means anything now.

    Having said that, maybe it's not out of line to ask BA to do some 'splainin' about his support (or not, currently) for the guy in Kenya.

  5. Mark, surely you're kidding!

    If that's all you can do is refer to a "picture" and ignore facts, it seems you've missed the boat (or just decided not to get on board.)

    Show some facts, along with the imaginary photo, that tell us Rumsfeld traveled on his own to Iraq, was hosted by Saddam Hussein, and then gave public political rallies in support of him. For good measure, tell us also how they just happen to be "good friends and cousins."

    On the local front, of course, you'd want to point out how Rumsfeld's church honored David Duke for his public services with the KKK. His church, of course, is proud of its published White Supremacy philosophy on its web site.

    Would we ask him to do some 'splainin' about that stuff before we elect him to be President, or would that be too nosy?

  6. This is interesting, but do you know if he is in contact with his Kenyan family, considering that his father left his mother? I am from a big family and there are members of my family that I have not seen since I was a kid or, I daresay, don't even know. In short, is he guilty by association? Great article!

  7. Janet you pose a good question. One could assume that if he is speaking to his African cousin, he most likely is also in contact with his brother, who has sided with his cousin. See this quote"

    "Yet Obama interrupted his New Hampshire campaigning to speak by phone with Odinga, who claims to be his cousin. He did not speak with Kenyan President Mwai Kibaki.
    Would Obama put African tribal or family interests ahead of U.S. interests? (continue reading at Investors Business Daily)"

  8. "He did not speak with Kenyan President Mwai Kibaki."

    Considering Kenya's president has called Obama a "stooge" of Odinga and accused him of interefering in Kenya's internal policies, it's unlikely we'll be seeing photographs of them together.

    I wonder if Kenya's president would consider Obama as a contributing factor to that country's current turmoil, which Kenya's Minister of Justice has labeled "genocide." Obama travelled there in 2006 and rallied in support of Odinga. And that was apparently the first time he was ever there!

  9. Wow, Ken, that is interesting. So, I guess Obama does have some contact with his Kenyan roots in some regards. I wonder how come Hillary Clinton or another candidate never raised the issue of the mess in Kenya. That would have been a perfect opportunity to ask him about that. I will definitely check that out. Thanks for opening my eyes on that topic.

  10. Janet, I’ve also wondered by Shrillary hasn’t used it, but I assume she holding off until later in the game.

  11. Someone from the media should make a simple phone call to Kibaki and get his opinion about Obama and his relationship to Odinga and Kenya's Muslims.

    We should also ask Obama why he used taxpayer money to travel to Kenya and rally on behalf of a Muslim-supported Odinga, which would lead many to erroneously assume the U.S. itself was supporting Odinga.

    The answers might add some more depth to the campaign.

  12. Ken that's an excellent questions and it needs to be posted on every political forum and on every political blog until the media is forced to respond.

  13. Excellent question. I wrote a short article on my blog about it and my question is also why no-one has questioned Obama on this. You are absolutely right and I will continue to champion this on my blog. Great insight folks, great insight. Check my blog out at I also made reference to your article with the link as well. We have got to get the word on out this!

  14. Something else that's important to realize is that Kibaki is/was a popular leader. The U.K. issued a lengthy report on Kenya in 2003 which stated in part:

    “5.30 On 27 December 2002, Kenyans went to the polls to elect a new President. They also voted in 210 new members of Parliament. The world's attention was firmly fixed on Kenya to see how the ballot would be handled and how the transfer of power would be effected.
    “5.31 Commonwealth election observers declared that the poll was "free, fair, peaceful and transparent" and the conduct of election received praise from the international community. According to the US-based Carter Centre, one of the election observation missions to Kenya, election violence on voting day was minimal, and the process of counting ballots and tabulating results was transparent.
    “5.32 The election handed a landslide victory for Mwai Kibaki's NARC in both the
    presidential and parliamentary elections.”

    America's only black senator, travels all the way to Kenya, and supports the opposition. They find Obama so appealing, they rewarded him by naming a beer after him: "Senator Obama." Did anyone vote for him expecting that he would try to undermine the fairly-elected and democratic government of Kenya in favor of a Odinga-Muslim secret pact ("Memorandum of Understanding")?

    This rabbit hole runs very deep!

  15. Interesting article, lots to ponder.


  16. Thanks for your comments Cyber Pastor. I just discovered several excellent articles on Obama at this link:

  17. whats the big deal if obama was muslim or is muslim? i read on all about it.

  18. So according to your blog, Obama is distancing himself from Muslims? And you want to know what’s the big deal? Until the majority of peace-loving Muslims loudly condemn radical Islam, most Americans must assume that they are giving silent approval to a world-wide political system that has hijacked Islam and is H-bent on destroying America.

  19. With the interest of getting this info out I'm going to link my readers to your story.

  20. This comment has been removed by a blog administrator.

  21. This comment has been removed by a blog administrator.

  22. This comment has been removed by a blog administrator.

  23. Three posts by the same abusive leftist troll have been deleted.

  24. "I think everyone needs to take another look at Barack Obama"

    Heck. I think lots of folks haven't even taken a good first look. They are so enamored with the picture they've created of him in their own mind as a racial savior that they haven't taken the time to actually glimpse the real man.

  25. Truth is inconvenient! Trust the gulagosphere. obey the media?

  26. Thats a very interesting post. I have been inspired. Thanks. Web Designer

  27. Thanks for the nice information. I am sure, I will tweet this to my twitter account. This will help a lot of users.