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Sep 06 2012

Wingnut on Wingnut Crime: Washington vs D’Souza

You almost have to feel sorry for the wingnuts. They face such a difficult choice in deciding which crazy conspiracy theory to believe. Is Obama really an “anti-colonialist” out to destroy America like his father, Barack Obama Sr.? Or is he a communist out to destroy America like his real father, Frank Marshall Davis (or Malcolm X, or…)? There are even dueling documentaries about it. And Ellis Washington has chosen sides:

Movie director Joel Gilbert concludes his revelatory movie about President Barack Obama with this telling statement: “The ‘Birthers’ have been on a fool’s errand. To understand Obama’s plans for America, the question is not ‘Where’s the Birth Certificate?’; the question is ‘Who is the real father?’” Gilbert’s film “Dreams from My Real Father” unites together the confirmed facts with consistent logic and supposition in an effort to fill in the apparent gaps in Obama’s history. If Gilbert’s movie is to be believed, then Dinesh D’Souza’s documentary “2016,” which is currently all the rage, is a giant step backwards in deducing the real truth about Obama’s origins – for it embraces the belief that Barack Obama Sr. was Obama’s true father, which Gilbert proves to be a tragic lie. Barack Obama and his true agenda for “fundamentally transforming America” can be fully comprehended only if we understand that it was not Obama Sr. who was his real father but the black communist from Chicago transported to Hawaii, Frank Marshall Davis.

Gilbert’s movie systematically analyzes the undeniable historical fact that “by age 18, Barack Obama admittedly arrived at Occidental College a committed revolutionary Marxist.” Obama never rejected or recanted his original Marxist, communist and socialist propaganda he was indoctrinated in from age 10-18 by his real father, Frank Marshall Davis. Throughout his 2008 presidential campaign and subsequent term in office, the Democratic socialist press scrupulously ignored questions raised about Barack Obama’s family history, personal associations, economic philosophy and fundamental political worldview.

Well there ya go. Mystery solved. Now if we could just figure out what the hell all of these loonies are smoking.

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  1. 1
    slc1

    Barack Obama and his true agenda for “fundamentally transforming America” can be fully comprehended only if we understand that it was not Obama Sr. who was his real father but the black communist from Chicago transported to Hawaii, Frank Marshall Davis.

    And here I thought that Obama’s real father was Malcolm X. I wish the birther fucktards would make up their minds.

  2. 2
    Artor

    Bath salts are a helluva drug.

  3. 3
    richardelguru

    “figure out what the hell all of these loonies are smoking.”
    Unlike the lady in When Harry Met Sally I won’t have what he’s having.

  4. 4
    Chiroptera

    I’ve said this before, but at this point isn’t his father kind of irrelevant?

    I mean, if you want to have an idea of what Obama’s “agenda” is, don’t we now have not only his Senate career but his actions as President for the last three and a half years to go by?

  5. 5
    blf

    You almost have to feel sorry for the wingnuts.

    Why? The comedy value alone is almost worth all the wasted electrons and dying neurons. But there aren’t enough conspiracy theories. They need more, more, MORE!

     ●Obama is a clone of Mr Rogers / Godzilla / Geronimo.
     ●Obama wants to return the East Coast to the UK, the West Coast to the Mexicans and Russians, and the middle bits to the French. (The Amerindians still loose out.)
     ●Obama has ordered the Federal Reserve to alter the chemical composition of the ink on all dollar bills so that they “spontaneously” explode when the right chemtrail / Muslim prayer call / FEMA evacuation order is issued.
     ●Obama doesn’t like porcelain toilets and will make them illegal. Mixed-sex latrines for all!

  6. 6
    richardelguru

    Oh Yes!!

    And it suddenly comes to me that all this mystery about his (or I should say ‘His’) birth is that it was a miraculous Virgin Birth!!

    And we all know what that means!
    (though actually I don’t…)

  7. 7
    Aliasalpha

    Gilbert’s film “Dreams from My Real Father” unites together the confirmed facts with consistent logic and supposition in an effort to fill in the apparent gaps in Obama’s history

    Fact: There is a real Barack Obama
    Fact: Barack Obama ran for president of America
    Fact: Barack Obama is currently president of America
    Consistent Logic: Barack Obama became president of America
    Supposition: Absolutely everything else.

  8. 8
    d cwilson

    consistent logic and supposition

    Also known as “making shit up”.

  9. 9
    d cwilson

    I mean, if you want to have an idea of what Obama’s “agenda” is, don’t we now have not only his Senate career but his actions as President for the last three and a half years to go by?

    You me his term as president that consisted mostly of implementing policy ideas that republicans used to endorse? I can’t imagine why they wouldn’t want to draw attention to that.

  10. 10
    matty1

    unites together the confirmed facts with consistent logic and supposition in an effort to fill in the apparent gaps in Obama’s history

    Fixed

  11. 11
    Bronze Dog

    Yeah, those no-planers are just counterintelligence agents to discredit us twoofers. Everyone knows the planes were real, but not enough to bring down the towers. That was caused by Bush having access to Reagan’s Star Wars space lasers!

    [/snark]

  12. 12
    Dr X

    Here’s another son of Malcolm X or Frank Marshall Davis, pretending to have the same Kenyan father as Barack.

    http://www.radiojigjiga.com/english/obama-half-brother.html

  13. 13
    Raging Bee

    And it suddenly comes to me that all this mystery about his (or I should say ‘His’) birth is that it was a miraculous Virgin Birth!! And we all know what that means!

    They already think he’s a foreign-born socialist giving away free healthcare — which means they’re already confusing him with Jesus. So a Virgin Birth story would only cement that confusion.

  14. 14
    d cwilson

    We should be glad that every wingnut has his or her own nutty conspiracy theory about the Truth of Obama’s Background That the Liberal Media Refuses to Tell Us. If they ever all got together and agreed to on one single nutty conspiracy theory, people might start to believe it.

  15. 15
    shockna

    Nonsense. We all know that Barack Obama didn’t have a father in the traditional sense.

    Am I saying that he was born of a virgin? Nope! Because he wasn’t -born- in the traditional sense, either.

    All these conspiracy morons are entirely wrong, and as always, David Icke has the truth! Barack Obama is a clone of the 14th century BC Pharaoh Akhenaten. Seriously, just watch:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5fhTkpv9OYo

    See that creepy black and white lab footage? It’s proof!

  16. 16
    Michael Heath

    richardelguru writes:

    And it suddenly comes to me that all this mystery about his (or I should say ‘His’) birth is that it was a miraculous Virgin Birth!!

    And we all know what that means!
    (though actually I don’t…)

    Actually I’m waiting for the other shoe to drop. These conservative Christians have determined that Obama’s father must be evil by default, simply because all their candidates are black males where in their patriarchal minds, the son is the father (Dinesh D’Souza). However to go whole hog they need to argue his mom isn’t actually his mom, nor his is maternal grandmother as some have already claimed like WND’s Joe Farah, but instead that Barack Obama was born of a jackyl and therefore is the Antichrist.

    If the president wins re-election the crazy could get really amped up, perhaps even prior if it becomes clearly probable he’ll win; so I wouldn’t be surprised to see at least a few hundred thousand, if not millions of conservative Christians believe President Obama is the Antichrist. That we re-elected Mr. Obama because his voters are “spiritually blinded by Satan” and therefore, “can’t see the TRUTH”; which was a popular claim in many of my meat-world associates’ minds for both the 2000 and 2004 elections though not the 2008 election.

    I think the whole antichrist meme would easily get some big mo’ if the reincarnation of the biblical hero Esther promoted this narrative (Sarah Palin). So lets start a petition to get her going!

  17. 17
    Akira MacKenzie

    You notice that you never see Obama and Rebecca Watson in he same room at the same time!

  18. 18
    d cwilson

    If the president wins re-election the crazy could will definitely get really amped up,

    FIFY

    If you think the right is bugnut crazy now, just wait.

  19. 19
    Skip White

    I would like to nominate Artor’s concise comment for today’s awarding of the internets.

  20. 20
    Stacy

    You notice that you never see Obama and Rebecca Watson in he same room at the same time!

    Hmmm…it’s true…*furrows brow*

  21. 21
    lofgren

    13:

    Brilliant.

  22. 22
    meg

    Okay, perhaps a little random, and possibly covered before, but honest question.

    WTF is with the calling Obama an ‘anti-colonialist’? My knowledge of American history is lacking, I know, but seriously, huh? Wasn’t that whole War of Independence about NOT being colonies of England? (Or was it just about where the money went? Or both?)

    And I really thought we were generally at a stage where we accepted colonialism tended to screw things up for most places?

    I mean, I don’t get the ‘he’s a fascist/socialist/commie stuff either, but I know people get confused by that one. They all look evil. Hell, I keep offering to lend my copy of the Communist Manifesto to more conservative family members so they can see the Marx’s actual idea wasn’t what happened, but they tend to freak out at the thought. And apparently forget I majored in European History . . .

    But how is ‘anti-colonialism’ evil? Or am I just working on the actual definition as opposed to the wingnut one?

  23. 23
    democommie

    D’ouchebag and Washington, the cage death match UFC of bum fighting.

  24. 24
    John Phillips, FCD

    meg, from D’Souza’s point of view anti-colonialism is bad because his family are Indian xians, meaning that they had much more power and status under British rule than they did after Indian Independence. There are still Anglo-Indians and Indians, again most of who are xians, who still bemoan the loss of British rule today. Obama’s father reputedly supported Kenyan independence, which wouldn’t be a surprise, thus Obama supposedly gets his ‘anti-colonialism’ from his father. So I can see how D’Souza considers this a negative, but I still don’t see how this gets any traction in the US. Especially seeing how the US violently threw off the colonial yoke some time ago, a very anti-colonial move. Well, apart from the stoopid willing to accept any criticism of the scary brown Obama, irrespective of the source or whether it makes any sense.

  25. 25
    Ichthyic

    If you think the right is bugnut crazy now, just wait.

    oh yes. I saw the insanity coming 10 years ago. only a few more years to go until it peaks I think. I never considered this election to be very interesting. It’s the 2016 election that will be interesting.

    Good thing I’m on the other side of the planet now.

    It seems possible that the authoritarians are now empowered enough to simply take over the GoP entirely, and force traditional conservatives (pre neocon) into forming a brand new party. If that’s gonna happen, it will happen over the next election cycle I think.

    I’m hoping that the tension will just build and then fizzle, but I really don’t think it will. I think Americans really will have to fight for their freedom from authoritarians, just like every other country has had to do before.

    I wonder if this endless cycle of stupidity, of supposedly smart folks thinking they have this brilliant idea they can manipulate authoritarian personalities into a grassroots power base, will ever end?

    because if you look at history, it’s happened over and over and over again, in various civilizations for literally thousands of years now.

    It never ends well.

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