By Bill White —
While President Barack Hussein Obama made a big show of proving that he was born in the United States, Kenyan tourism officials are making a big show of Obama’s birthplace—the village of Nyang’oma Kogelo, just outside the Kenyan city of Kisuma.
“Obama’s got a blood connection with Kenya,” says Muriith Ndegwa, chief of Kenya’s tourism board. Tours of Obama’s home village are “a product we’re supporting so people can pay pilgrimage to the place where he traces his roots.”
Ndegwa’s statement came on the heels of Obama’s trip to Africa in late summer 2015, where he made the case for spreading Jeffersonian-style democracy in countries that are led by brutal dictators and thugs.
When questioned by American reporters, Kenyan officials say with a wink that “of course” Obama was also really born in the U.S.—a legal requirement for any U.S. president—but Obama’s numerous cousins, half-brother, aunts, uncles, and grandparents disagree.
When tourists make a pilgrimage to Obama’s home hamlet, where the U.S.’s first half-black president is adored as a saint, they meet Obama’s relatives, like his step-grandmother Mama Sarah and worship at the grave of Obama’s father, an alcoholic who drank himself to death.
Meanwhile, Obama’s brother, Malik Obama, avoids the spotlight, while continuing to live in a Senate-approved shanty, while being ignored by his more famous American kin.
Obama was the illegitimate child of a white woman and a Kenyan man with whom she had a one-night tryst. Despite his mixed-race heritage, Kenyans consider Obama to be a Luo tribesman, and local media often depict Obama as fishing in the Mississippi River, fishing being a major Luo pastime.
Obama’s Mama Sarah remembers young Obama growing up in his village, carrying vegetables for her in a sack on his back.
Obama denies being born in Kenya and instead tries to emphasize the American side of his heritage. However, Obama didn’t move to the U.S. until he was a teenager, and he spent much of his youth in Indonesia, where he and his family worshipped a native monkey god, under the name Barry Soetoro.
The dispute over Obama’s heritage has been a long-running one in the U.S. Obama’s alienation from America, and his hatred of his white mother, have been behind his plan for Rhodesian-style white genocide—plans that have recently resulted in hundreds of racially motivated attacks on white people across the U.S. as well as black rioting—and also his attempts to dismantle the few remaining white law enforcement agencies in the U.S.
While this happens, American whites have become lazy and complacent tools of their own disempowerment. Most whites are too materially comfortable in the U.S., despite a failing economy and falling standards of living, to risk imprisonment, injury or death in resisting tyranny. The same strategy is used to control the well-fed cattle in a slaughterhouse that are fattened up and then led docilely into the chutes for butchery so they can be eaten.
Obama was plucked from obscurity in a remote Kenyan village, an African tribesman, and imposed on the U.S., where he rules over a race and culture that he hates, because deep in his heart he cannot understand it.
Bill White is a freelance journalist and publisher based in Virginia. He has also written articles for THE BARNES REVIEW (TBR) magazine. For a sample copy of TBR, send $2 to TBR, P.O. Box 15877, Washington, D.C. 20003. Bill is also the author of a new book entitled National Socialism: Yesterday & Today. (Softcover, 109 pages, $12, or send $15.50 U.S. check/money order only made out to POISONED PEN PUBLISHING, P.O. Box 2770, Stafford, VA 22555.) Proceeds go to White’s legal defense fund.