Sunday, August 30, 2009

Sunday Conservapedia*


*Because reality has a "liberal bias"

"Barack Hussein Obama"


"Barack Hussein Obama II aka Barry Soetoro (allegedly born in Honolulu Aug. 4, 1961) is the 44th President of the United States, and previously served as a first-term Democratic Senator from Illinois (2005-2008). Obama and his running mate Senator Joseph Biden won the presidential election after 23 months of campaigning that spent over $700 million, most of it raised from undisclosed donors.

As President, Obama has pushed for establishing a Palestinian state over the objection of Israel's Prime Minister, inclusion of Turkey in the European Union and holding Guantanamo detainees indefinitely without trial.

Obama's budget and stimulus bill advanced his socialist idea of "spreading the wealth." His health care plan would force employers to purchase health care or pay a fine and will force many into a poorly run single payer system.] To announce his trip to Berlin in July 2008, Obama used posters which show a marked similarity to posters of Lenin and Che Guevara. During Obama's youth in Hawaii, he developed a strong, almost Father/Son relationship with Frank Marshall Davis, a high level Communist Party functionary while Obama has stated that his favorite professors in school were themselves Marxists.

Catholic Archbishop Charles Chaput of Denver, where Obama was nominated for president, criticized Obama as the "most committed" abortion-supporting candidate "since the Roe v. Wade abortion decision in 1973." Obama said "the first thing I'd do as President is sign the Freedom of Choice Act." It "would invalidate virtually all state and federal limitations on abortion, and would make partial-birth abortion legal again."

The Association of American Physicians and Surgeons observed that Obama used techniques of mind control in his campaign, as in this speech: "a light will shine down from somewhere, it will light upon you, you will experience an epiphany, and you will say to yourself, 'I have to vote for Barack.'"


Kinda puts Barney Frank's "On what planet do you spend most of your time?" query in a whole new light, doesn't it?


5 comments:

buckets said...

I love the opening line of the Conservapedia biography: "allegedly born in Hawaii".

Kaleokualoha said...

". . . strong, almost Father/Son relationship with Frank Marshall Davis . . ."

This is a gross exaggeration of the relationship portrayed in "Dreams." Do you have any independent primary source evidence of this claim?

Although Obama's book indicates "Frank" was a family friend who offered him advice on racial issues, Obama wrote that Davis "fell short" and his views were "incurable." Obama did not even visit Davis for three years before going to college. This is hardly "almost father/son" in nature.

I await empirical evidence (not blogger opinion) to substantiate your claim regarding the nature of their relationship. Thanks!

As a retired Air Force Intelligence Officer with specific training in Deception Analysis by the C.I.A. in 1989, I am researching political disinformation. I am familiar with disinformation campaigns, including Pope Gregory's misrepresentation of Mary Magdalene, Russian and German misrepresentation of Judaism, Operation Fortitude protecting the D-Day invasion, Operation Left Hook protecting the coalition drive into Kuwait, and the “deliberate misrepresentation” of the Iraqi threat this century. This disinformation campaign fits the pattern epitomized by "The Protocols of the Elders of Zion," where a target is smeared through deliberate misrepresentation.

Audrey II said...

Er, Kaleokualoha, you do realize the above text is from the "Conservapedia" article linked to above?

If you're waiting for me to substantiate the claims that Conservapedia makes, you might be waiting a very long time. That's the point. Conservapedia was founded because other sources were too "biased" for not sufficiently disseminating conservative disinformation.

Kaleokualoha said...

Thanks for the clarification. The Conservapedia article on Davis is the epitome of disinformation. The cumulative error has snowballed so far in the blogosphere that Conservapedia's "facts" on Davis are no more accurate than the Bush administration's "facts" on the Iraqi threat.

Cliff Kincaid's "Accuracy In Media" disinformation campaign consisted of a series of small lies fabricated to support the big lie that "His values, passed on to Obama, were those of a communist agent who pledged allegiance to Stalin" (see http://www.aim.org/aim-column/media-excuse-obamas-false-advertising).

A painstakingly documented analysis of his falsehoods is posted as "specific misrepresentation" at http://my.barackobama.com/page/community/post/Kaleokualoha/gGxdvX. I invite any person of integrity to refute my evidence against his body of lies. If he had authentic evidence of Davis's radical influence, he would not need to fabricate such evidence.

Kaleokualoha said...

Thanks again for opening my eyes to the travesty of research: Conservapedia. While Wikipedia gives a quality analysis, scienceblogs.com provides a more entertaining overview here: http://scienceblogs.com/authority/2007/02/still_more_conservapedia_humor.php

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