Over at World Net Daily, Jerome Corsi's lastest (and hopefully last) screed against Obama
is online. Some lowlights:
[People who figure in "Questions about Barack Obama" include]
Saul Alinksy. Obama's first job in Chicago was to head the Alinsky-influenced Developing Community Project, Inc. Obama also participated in teaching Alinsky-methods of radical income redistribution in classroom settings. Obama's current policies of "distributing wealth" stem from anti-capitalist attitudes developed in studying Alinsky's radical works, such as his seminal book entitled "Rules for Radicals."
Kenyan Prime Minister Raila Odinga. He's a Luo tribesman affiliated with Obama's father when Odinga's communist father was Kenya's first vice president after Kenyan independence and Obama's father was a Harvard-educated economist working in the Jomo Kenyatta government. Obama campaigned openly for Odinga for president in 2006 when Obama was in Kenya on a U.S. Senate "fact-finding" mission. Kenya's president Kibaki asked Obama to stop interfering with Kenyan presidential politics. Obama raised an alleged $1 million for Odinga to run for president in Kenya in Dec. 2007, adding to the $1 million raised for Odinga's 2007 presidential campaign by Libyan dictator Moammar Gadhafi. When Odinga lost the Dec. 2007 presidential election by approximately 233,000 votes, Odinga called for protests which led his Luo tribesmen to murder approximately 1,000 Kikuyu tribesman, displace another 350,000 Kikuyu tribesmen, and destroy 800 churches, while not a single mosque was destroyed. Obama helped negotiate a settlement in which Odinga was appointed co-head-of-state and appointed prime minister to end the violence, even after it became publicly disclosed Odinga signed a letter of understanding with radical Muslims in Kenya in return for their votes.
In the first case it's "Alinsky-influenced
" and "Alinsky-methods
" which is great for Corsi, since Alinsky doesn't have to be anywhere near Obama or have even met him. (Saul Alinsky
died in 1972.)
In the second case, Corsi tells lots about Barack Obama's father - a man he was with for only one month in his entire lifetime.
In a concluding list of questions, Corsi asks (this is dated November 3):
Was Obama born in Kenya or Hawaii, as his campaign continues to maintain?
The right-wing will never let that one go.
With Obama in the White House Corsi will have a very lucrative four to eight years.
That is, if he doesn't go too far for the ever more rabid right wing.