I watched the movie 2016 by D’Souza. I believe that Dinesh D’Souza has correctly understood a driving force from Obama’s past, and that is an anti-colonialism philosophy and background.
This is significant because many look upon Obama as the fulfillment of the civil rights movement. In other words, Obama symbolizes the breaking of some kind of ceiling whereby it is thought that if he is given a chance at “hope and change”, that more blacks will rise to prominence.
However, Obama’s philosophical objective is to strip those nations, which he considers to be colonial powers, of their wealth. He considers the United States to be pre-eminent among those colonial powers that must be brought down. Therefore, his objective is to strip the wealth and pre-eminence of the United States, and we see that being implemented in his many policies, from excessive debt to the shrinking of the military.
Significantly, and this is what poorer black Americans or people of color, or poorer Americans in general of whatever background, who bought into “hope and change” don’t realize, is that in Obama’s anti-colonial view of ”sharing the wealth”, that also means wealth from the poorer Americans as well, as even they have a higher standard of living when compared with their counterparts in third world nations.
D’Souza’s brilliant analysis is a key to open the minds of persons of color in this nation, that the individual in the White House may not ultimately have their best interests in mind. A stark contrast is made between Obama in the White House and Obama’s half brother who lives in the slums, and for whom Obama apparently has no great concern to help.
Obama is not a “civil rights” black. He is a “destroy colonial powers” black, which means he is ultimately on a pathway to impoverish the United States which he thinks needs to be punished for being a type of a colonial power. When he works to enact policies or Executive Orders that destroy or tax the wealth of the more innovative capitalists, that has a domino effect of fewer jobs and opportunities for the poorer Americans, of whatever color. It destroys opportunity, it does not open up opportunity. This is why Obama is not a “civil rights” black.
Watching D’Souza’s 2016 will help open people’s minds to the reality of the real Obama. 2016 explains Obama’s “founding fathers” and philosophy. If he is re-elected, persons of color, and the poor, will begin to realize that his “hope and change” is different than the civil rights movement.
Watch the movie 2016, and encourage others to watch it as well.
There is one major point where I disagree with the film, and that is in the matter of the birth certificate, as I believe Sheriff Joe Arpaio and Dr. Jerome Corsi and others have fully shown the fraudulent nature of it, but then again, the movie may have been made before all those investigations.