—Bombthrowers: Hardly a surprise to anyone who has lived under Obama’s race-baiting, his backing for Black Nationalist hate groups from the New Black Panthers to Black Lives Matter, and his weaponization of the Justice Department to harass and target police. More subtly, it’s been the lurking demon behind most of his speeches on race when in office. Even his infamous Jeremiah Wright speech.
But the interesting aspect is the timing.
The historian said Obama and his friend Robert Fischer wrote hundreds of pages for a proposed book in the early 1990s when they were still in law school. The manuscript was never published.
‘Racism against African Americans continues to exist throughout American society, an admittedly racist culture,’ Obama and Fischer wrote, according to Garrow.
‘Precisely because America is a racist society we cannot realistically expect white America to make special concessions toward blacks over the long haul.
Now contrast that with Obama’s splashy post-racial speech at the DNC.
“There is not a liberal America and a conservative America—there is the United States of America. There is not a Black America and a White America and Latino America and Asian America—there’s the United States of America.”
Obama was moderate-baiting in that speech. And he demonstrated that he didn’t believe a thing he said. But the manuscript is also a reminder that he never believed it.
Barack Hussein Obama was always a racist who hated America.
This article first appeared at FrontPageMag.
Daniel Greenfield is a New York City writer and columnist. He is a Shillman Journalism Fellow at the David Horowitz Freedom Center and his articles appears at its Front Page Magazine site.
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