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Tuesday, December 9, 2014
'Obama Fears Sasha, Malia, And His Future Grandsons Will Be Racism Victims' *
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~~Recipient of White Privilege his entire life~~
And of course, the main stream media allows him to go unchallenged when making absurd comments such as these.
If indeed, Barack Obama fears his daughters Sasha, Malia, and his future grandsons will be racism victims, he certainly is not making such an absurd statement in conjectured fact, based on his own life's experiences.
In every one of the following pictures taken at different stages of this man's journey through life, he has been surrounded by non-African American peers. Today however, after listening to his words describing the plight of black teenagers dodging daily police bullets in what he views as a racist America, one would assume he 'sat in the back of the bus' his entire life, just waiting to be plucked from the depths of wretched living conditions. When in reality, in every one of these photos, where he is featured as the sole African American, Barry (Soetoro) Obama seemed to be the scintillating center of attention.
Many underprivileged Americans probably would agree, Barack Obama is hardly qualified to be a voice for black teenagers, who he continues to describe as being sucked under in a swamp of inequality and racism.
Maybe this guy actually has feelings of guilt when reflecting on his own 'white-privileged-filled-past,' and somehow recasts himself as a victim of racism, which he obviously never was forced to endure.
Actually, Sasha, Malia and 'Gramps' future grandsons, should have no fear of being racism victims. Of course, their story has yet to be written, but when you are raised in the lap of luxury, and have every fantasy fulfilled, don't be surprised America, if you find yourself reading about the story book life of Sasha and Malia, in a future printing of books such as this: