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Obama plans to use the Race Card in 2012

by Rodan ( 38 Comments › )
Filed under Barack Obama, Democratic Party, Elections 2012, Progressives, Special Report at August 23rd, 2011 - 11:08 am

This report if true is straight out of the 3rd World Liberation playbook. With nothing to run on, Barack Hussein Obama is planning on resorting on his last weapon, the race card. Too many White Americans still feel guilty over something they had nothing to do with, slavery and segregation. Unlike other countries in the Americas, where slavery is a relic of the past and Blacks have integrated into the larger societies, it’s not the case here. Too many Black political leaders use slavery as a club to get their way. Obama is going to emulate this tactic in 2012 to win.

White House Insider: The Obama Plan – Part One

White House Insider: The Obama Plan – Part Two

White House Insider: The Obama Plan – Part Three

Here’s a telling qoute:

“The president actually considered quitting. He really did. But now he’s going on the attack. He wants to give a big F-You to White America-that’s actually one of his primary motivations. You think the race card has been played up before? Just wait. 2012 is gonna be the most brutal political cycle we have ever witnessed. Ever.”

If this is true, Obama is a sick self centered individual. He is willing to divide the nation for the sake of his personal gain. He clearly has self esteem issues. He’s not Black, he’s Mulatto hence part White. This man hates himself and this nation will suffer for it.

(Hat Tip: The Osprey)

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  1. Bumr50
    1 | August 23, 2011 12:42 pm

    Look for them to incite just until gunfire erupts and a few people are killed.

    All in the name of advancing their quasi-Marxist ends.

    But, as usual, the situation will quickly deteriorate beyond their control.

    It would not only further the race and class divide, but would erode American support for the Second Amendment.

    I don’t put anything past them.

    I found it interesting in the interview that the “source” described Obama as being in a prison of his own making.

    I’ve been silently hoping that he’d break down, and have mentioned it here before. As much as I hate to empathize with the bastard, he’s had to have built up some seriously deep resentment for the system that put him there, and now dictates everything that he says and does, regardless of whether he agrees it or not. He’s GOTTA feel chained down.

    He doesn’t strike me as the type of person that can take that for very long.


  2. buzzsawmonkey
    2 | August 23, 2011 1:09 pm

    If this is true, Obama is a sick self centered individual. He is willing to divide the nation for the sake of his personal gain. He clearly has self esteem issues. He’s not Black, he’s Mulatto hence part White. This man hates himself and this nation will suffer for it.

    And in further news, water is wet.

    Have either Obama or his Attorney General Eric Holder said one word about the racist flash mobs that have sprouted up in Philadelphia, in Milwaukee, and in Obama’s old stomping grounds of Chicago? No. In light of Holder’s “my people” comment, in light of his dismissal of the Black Panther voter-intimidation case, this suggests that these racist revanchists consider such behavior training exercises for November 2012.


  3. 3 | August 23, 2011 1:11 pm

    Bumr50 wrote:

    It would not only further the race and class divide, but would erode American support for the Second Amendment.

    That may be what they want, but I don’t think that is what they are going to get. If the mobs riot, people aren’t going to clamor for more gun control. They are going to buy guns and defend themselves and their property, race-hustlers be damned.


  4. livefreeor die
    4 | August 23, 2011 1:20 pm

    To Obama and company:

    Bring it on. Last time I looked, public sentiment wasn’t exactly behind the flash mobs (and rioters in general). You and your cronies will look good in pinstripes when you go to prison for inciting murder.


  5. Lily
    5 | August 23, 2011 4:32 pm

    Wow …. if I read this right there are democrats within the party that realize that a huge mistake has been made. That this president is a danger to the country (which of course is true). He has also made this country more divided concerning race and class already and now just to be re-elected he is willing to make it worse!
    I can assure you if they incite race riots it will not help him get elected. He really would like to see the country burn because of white people? Honestly?
    According to this insider he only confirms what I already thought, the man is in way over his head with being the CiC of the United States.
    As far as white guilt … I think that they may have over estimated that. I feel no guilt …I didn’t have slaves and I don’t judge people of color any different than those of white people.
    As buzz mention upthread…..nothing said from the white house about the flash mobs from the White House either.
    If all of what is said in the article is true…May G-d help us.


  6. Lily
    6 | August 23, 2011 4:33 pm

    I also think this should be a thread instead of a ‘special report’ thread.


  7. coldwarrior
    7 | August 23, 2011 4:51 pm

    i got your white guilt right here.

    my old peeps way back were coal miners in the anthracite regions of PA…(yes, molly mcguires from ireland to P). they had it just as bad as slaves and had a lower life expectancy. so 0 and his crew can blow the race/guilt crap out of their asses.


  8. Lily
    8 | August 23, 2011 5:03 pm

    @ coldwarrior:

    No kidding!!! My grandparents were share croppers poorer than dirt.
    But if what is said is true in that article …. we need to get this grifter out of the White House stat!!!


  9. buzzsawmonkey
    9 | August 23, 2011 5:54 pm

    Lily wrote:

    But if what is said is true in that article …. we need to get this grifter out of the White House stat!!!

    Well, that was true the moment he got in.

    Much of the article stuff rings reasonably true; it is certainly obvious that Obama is a lazy, uneducated and incurious man, who has neither the skills, nor the taste, nor the stomach for the job for which he campaigned so avidly. It has been obvious almost from the beginning that he hates the White House and will do what he can to escape from it as much as possible. And it is quite obvious from the breathtaking breadth of lawlessness that this Administration displays to the public that Obama must run for a second term, and will be desperate to win it—no matter how much he hates the job—merely in order to avoid having the full scope of his illegalities come to light and to permit the people for whom he is fronting to have the time to cover their tracks.

    That said, I do not trust the Sekrit Informant of these articles as far as I can throw Obama’s golf cart. It appears that Mr. Sekrit Informant is having a serious case of buyer’s remorse, nay, disgust—but it is equally clear that if Mr. Sekrit Informant is indeed the insider he is portrayed as being, he went into Obama’s service, and went along with Obama’s behavior up to now, knowing full well what Obama was. In other words, he enthusiastically sold out his own soul and his country for money and access and at least the illusion of power.

    Are we supposed to believe him or trust him now? What is it that turned a cheerful political whore into a (stealth) patriot? It is axiomatic that those who turn traitor are often executed by those for whom they have turned traitor—because while such people may be useful, those who use them know that someone who has betrayed once will betray again.

    Most of what is in these articles is obvious to anyone who follows the political news and Obama’s behavior. What are we to make of the rest?


  10. coldwarrior
    10 | August 23, 2011 6:00 pm

    @ buzzsawmonkey:
    i am of course applying the ‘grain of salt’ approach to this


  11. Lily
    11 | August 23, 2011 6:02 pm

    @ buzzsawmonkey:

    Excellent questions….I do wonder what made him so anti-obama when he helped get him elected. Especially knowing what obama is truly all about. Even he said bho is not a democrat.
    So the searing question lays in the open here … why have you turned on obama?
    I agree a lot rings clear and is very evident even if you are not an ‘insider’. So why doesn’t the interviewer ask, ‘Why are you having buyers remorse now?’


  12. Lily
    12 | August 23, 2011 6:03 pm

    coldwarrior wrote:

    @ buzzsawmonkey:
    i am of course applying the ‘grain of salt’ approach to this

    As am I…. but I do obama hasn’t quit smoking. ;)


  13. Lily
    13 | August 23, 2011 6:04 pm

    @ Lily:

    PIMF *but I do *believe* obama hasn’t quit smoking!


  14. buzzsawmonkey
    14 | August 23, 2011 6:26 pm

    Lily wrote:

    So why doesn’t the interviewer ask, ‘Why are you having buyers remorse now?’

    Because if Mr. Sekrit Information actually exists—as opposed to being a fictional construct—and possesses the personality projected in this interview, he is an arrogant sort who enjoys the power trip of doling out tantalizing tidbits to his interviewer, and his interviewer, to maintain access to the tidbits, must approach Mr. Sekrit Information in an adoring and subservient mode.

    If the interviewer challenged Mr. Sekrit Information by asking him, even obliquely, “Why were you such a soulless whore as to take a job dancing attendance upon someone you could immediately spot as a third-rate hack—and what was your Road to Damascus moment that turned you against him?” the interviewer would be challenging Mr. Sekrit Information’s self-image the same way Obama’s self-image is challenged when confronted by a piece of actual work, and Mr. Sekrit Information would do a flounce on the visitor.


  15. Speranza
    15 | August 23, 2011 6:34 pm

    Ultimately the race card is all the Left has (class warfare does not resonate much any more).


  16. buzzsawmonkey
    16 | August 23, 2011 6:35 pm

    Speranza wrote:

    Ultimately the race card is all the Left has (class warfare does not resonate much any more).

    “Class warfare” has largely morphed into “income/celebrity envy warfare.”


  17. Speranza
    17 | August 23, 2011 7:17 pm

    buzzsawmonkey wrote:

    “Class warfare” has largely morphed into “income/celebrity envy warfare.

    More like penis envy with ones bank book being the sexual member.


  18. Lily
    18 | August 23, 2011 7:22 pm

    buzzsawmonkey wrote:

    Lily wrote:

    So why doesn’t the interviewer ask, ‘Why are you having buyers remorse now?’

    Because if Mr. Sekrit Information actually exists—as opposed to being a fictional construct—and possesses the personality projected in this interview, he is an arrogant sort who enjoys the power trip of doling out tantalizing tidbits to his interviewer, and his interviewer, to maintain access to the tidbits, must approach Mr. Sekrit Information in an adoring and subservient mode.

    If the interviewer challenged Mr. Sekrit Information by asking him, even obliquely, “Why were you such a soulless whore as to take a job dancing attendance upon someone you could immediately spot as a third-rate hack—and what was your Road to Damascus moment that turned you against him?” the interviewer would be challenging Mr. Sekrit Information’s self-image the same way Obama’s self-image is challenged when confronted by a piece of actual work, and Mr. Sekrit Information would do a flounce on the visitor.

    Yep the guy does sound arrogant doesn’t he….just like the guy he helped get into the White House.
    /yeah I take a grain of salt with the article….


  19. Arbalest
    19 | August 23, 2011 7:58 pm

    This 3-part Ulsterman report is certainly interesting.

    My take-away from reading it all is that the senior Democratic politicians and leaders Now Have Religion; not quite Fear and Sickness and Trembling Unto Death, but they are practicing handling live snakes and Speaking in Tongues.

    They realize that JEF is wholly incompetent, un-preparable, uninterested and potentially even interested in destroying the United States. What have they done, or perhaps, what have they allowed to happen? Treason comes to mind …

    Insider’s descriptions in part 3 do not surprise me; when I first heard JEF speak in 2007, I saw through it all (and IIRC I posted so, in 2007, possibly at Ace).

    I’m a bit surprised that the D leadership either did not see this (how?), or let it slide (why?) … perhaps race really is the reason, but enough manufactured success in the Illinois state legislature would quiet many suspicions and proper actions by JEF’s handlers could mask much of the rest.

    But count the number of D’s in the Congressional Progressive Caucus. They aren’t Democrats, not in the mold of Harry Truman, JFK or Hubert Humphrey, but they are considered part of the Democratic party. Throw in a few Senators, like Sanders, Collins, Snowe, The Swimmer, The Other Half of the Swimmer’s Sandwich (and likely accessory-long-after-the-fact) … maybe there’s an internal reason … and finally, some D’s are getting enough patriotism to say something.

    Fortunately, “The guy’s self-obsession is off the fucking charts.” The masquerade couldn’t last.

    However, the rest of the Democratic Party is facing a life-threatening awakening. Some of the fleas apparently carried the plague.

    I realize that Insider is an uncorroborated source, and potentially a false-flag operation, but his words make sense:

    -- “I’ll say this, if Republicans don’t get their shit together and vote for whoever is the nominee – and I mean WHOEVER is the nominee, ...”

    -- “Tens of millions of dollars are already being spent getting conservatives, Republicans, Independents, whatever – get them to attack each other. Get them frustrated and lower their desire to vote for the eventual nominee.

    -- “If we are too stupid as a country to fix this mess … then so be it. It’s over. The America we know, the America we knew – it’s over. Done. And we will only have ourselves to blame.

    I see no possible downside to this advice. We really do need a reasonable and electble candidate, and this is an R issue. Voting by staying home is a bad choice.

    The discussion(s) about race are interesting: “The race card, the racial thing – whatever it’s gonna be called, it is the number one asset this administration believes it has to win in 2012.” Given the economy, and just about every other issue, race may be the only asset this administration has.

    Getting JEF re-elected: “This administration is going to attempt whatever necessary to remain in power. Race. Intimidation. Media attacks.” And potentially race riots, either to intimidate voters, to to punish.

    Maybe, but I think in most places riots are less likely, no matter what political / social buttons are pushed. The racist flash mobs have alerted very many people, and outside the inner cities (where riots are more likely, assuming anyone still lives there), there is likely to be little support, and widespread and diverse resistance.

    No more walking around race discussions as though Larches Sojnnoh is holding a ban-stick and starting to experiene a rush. It’s time to deal with these issues, and race riots only point to one result.

    The very recent decision on deportations is troubling, and needs more air time. We need to deal with all these potential extra votes now.

    2012 does look to be a brutal election cycle, possibly the most brutal ever.


  20. buzzsawmonkey
    20 | August 23, 2011 8:08 pm

    @ Arbalest:

    If Mister Goddam Insider is so all-fired terrified of the monster he and the other power-mad and cynical Democrats have unleashed—and he sounds like he is—where the hell are he and the rest of those who are so terrified? Will they come forward in a group and say, “We were members of this misbegotten Administration. We—G-d help us—helped this gang of thugs to power for our own self-aggrandizement. But now, before the election, we are coming forward to blow the damned lid off, so that everybody in the country except the diehard racists have no excuse for returning this cabal to office.”

    If not, why not? Are they waiting until after the election to preserve the marketability of their tell-all books which will never be published? Or is their regret and patriotism limited to “let’s you and him fight, while we watch from the sidelines wringing our hands”?

    There are a bunch of University of Chicago law professors who popped up in 2010 to say, “Yeah, Obama was a lazy incompetent, and we didn’t want to hire him, but we got orders to do so.” They kept their mouths shut—tenure notwithstanding—when it would have done some good, and voiced what they knew only after the fact. This is just more of the same. Enough of these gutless “insiders” who are willing to tell what they know only under deep cover and after it could make a difference.


  21. Arbalest
    21 | August 23, 2011 8:38 pm

    @ buzzsawmonkey:
    First, I suspect that “Insider” is a personality-overlay, used to shield the real source. Perhaps the real source really gave the published information, but Ulsterman rewrote to make any style research essentially impossible. Certain events are likely left out, possibly other sources are used and any time sequences are altered to make tracing the source via appointments tough.

    Next, “these gutless “insiders”” … I’m not real happy about them either, but coming forward publicly is a career-ender for very many people … and when facing people like the ones from Chicago …

    A better question is: “Where was the Press, the valiant, fearless, nose-for-news, ace reporters?” They’re all a bunch of ill-educated incompetent punks, who couldn’t even snoop around and uncover any of these gutless insiders … or they did, and The Fix was … handed down … and everyone understood.

    Now we have Ulsterman and “Insider”, who are trying. Yes, it’s late, and close to being too late.

    But a big slice of the JEF problem is race … click over to Hot Air and check out the column “Negative Tea Party talk continues; now branded “the real enemy”“, and look at the players. It looks like there’s a new one coming on to the national stage: Rep. Frederica Wilson of Miami Gardens.

    Looks like “Insider” isn’t necessarily too late on all things.

    Excluding the question of resolving race relations in the US, I think that the JEF experience was coming. Sooner or later, we’ have a black man as president of the U.S., and then … we’d see that all is fine … no, it looks like what no one wanted to say or admit or believe, but now we have to, is that there is still a clear race problem and plenty of racists, and they aren’t white people. This needs to get cleaned up too. I think it’s better that it happen now, while there are plenty of people still living who remember the 50′s and 60′s and 70′s and 80′s, and Political Correctness is not the Accepted truth, and the truth can still get around, and there are no serious external threats to our country.


  22. Lily
    22 | August 23, 2011 8:39 pm

    @ buzzsawmonkey:

    More of them need to stand up and speak out….what are they afraid of?


  23. Lily
    23 | August 23, 2011 8:43 pm

    @ Lily:

    The Chicago element of it all….?


  24. buzzsawmonkey
    24 | August 23, 2011 8:44 pm

    @ Arbalest:

    John Peter Altgeld, Governor of Illinois in the late 19th Century, pardoned the remaining men convicted of the Haymarket bombing because he did not believe they had received a fair trial. He knew that doing it would be the end of his political career, but he did it as a matter of principle.

    Now, whether he should have pardoned them is a question that can be argued endlessly; it does not appear that they were guilty of the bombing, but they were all prominent in Illinois anarchist circles. That alone, of course, was not reason enough to convict them.

    Anyway, like his action or not, the point is that he did indeed take an action which he knew would have dire consequences for him personally, as a matter of principle, and he took the consequences without complaint.

    I would like to see a careerist or two in our current government show even a scintilla of the character that Altgeld showed by his action.


  25. Brick
    25 | August 23, 2011 8:44 pm

    coldwarrior wrote:

    i got your white guilt right here.
    my old peeps way back were coal miners in the anthracite regions of PA…(yes, molly mcguires from ireland to P). they had it just as bad as slaves and had a lower life expectancy. so 0 and his crew can blow the race/guilt crap out of their asses.

    Molly McGuires, eh? We could be distant kin. :)


  26. Brick
    26 | August 23, 2011 8:52 pm

    Brick prediction. You saw it here first.

    As soon as he realizes he’s not getting a second term, the mask comes off and he goes directly at mom and pop America with everything at his disposal -- consequences be damned.

    Because in his mind, America deserves it.


  27. Arbalest
    27 | August 23, 2011 8:56 pm

    Lily wrote:
    They are afraid of being labeled … racist

    @ buzzsawmonkey:

    @ buzzsawmonkey:
    More of them need to stand up and speak out….what are they afraid of?

    Governor of Illinois“: a position of considerable power
    and
    in the late 19th Century“: historically far removed

    I would like to see a careerist or two in our current government …
    The problem is that very many of them are D’s, certainly the political activist hirelings in the White House.

    Getting them to turn? It’s slowly happening, and look what it takes.

    Recall the political rhetoric behind JEF’s campaign, ObamaCare, …

    We’re dealing with True Believers. In a sense we are going through the equivalent of a national case of typhois, complete with hallucnations and all.

    It’s a rough ride.


  28. buzzsawmonkey
    28 | August 23, 2011 9:04 pm

    The lack of ten righteous men destroyed the Cities of the Plain.

    Ten righteous men from within this Administration, standing up against it, could bring it down.

    “In a place where there are no men, strive to be a man.”
    —Pirkei Avot


  29. Arbalest
    29 | August 23, 2011 9:11 pm

    @ buzzsawmonkey:
    “Ten righteous men from within this Administration, standing up against it, could bring it down.”

    Perhaps we will get lucky, and “Insider”, whoever he or they are, will be enough


  30. taxfreekiller
    30 | August 23, 2011 10:09 pm

    B. Obama is the race card.


  31. chickadee
    31 | August 24, 2011 8:47 am

    He has played the race card too much. That’s not going to work anymore.
    He has a clear record of atrocious behavior. He is not a fresh new face with gooey platitudes.
    He is a frowning arrogant would be king with nothing but disdain and anger for his subjects and a desire to make them suffer.
    Game over for the black messiah.


  32. 32 | August 24, 2011 8:51 am

    @ chickadee:

    Yes, and it is Obama’s record that we need to run against. We need to attack it unmercifully. He has totally failed on ecomnomic, domestic, and foreign policy. If it was ever his intention to succeed. He has hurt this country immeasurably, and we need to hammer that until there is no place for him to run and hide.


  33. waldensianspirit
    33 | August 24, 2011 9:47 am

    So he was going to restore our standing in the world


  34. 34 | August 24, 2011 11:04 am

    Just a reminder to any asshats who think that pulling that shit in London here if your effing Messiah loses: Unlike our British counterparts, WE.HAVE.GUNS. And the Korean shopowners in South Central showed us just how to put you little shits at bay.


  35. 35 | August 24, 2011 12:09 pm

    @ Carolina Girl:

    RIOTERS will be shot. Survivors will be shot again. That’ll take care of any riots around here, and the local law will back us up on it. Which is why we won’t have any riots around here.


  36. PrincessNatasha
    36 | August 24, 2011 9:30 pm

    Riots, huh? By whom? Obese heart-attack-ready drunken union slobs? Saggy-panted cracked-out prison-bitches who can’t even hold a weapon straight, let alone fight? Emo meth-heads in black lipstick who piss their pants as soon as anyone as much as raises their voice? Oooooh! Me so scared!
    Just an observation: saggy pants make targets run slower-- sometimes they even face-plant adding to the comedy-- then begin to scoot away on their ass begging for mercy. Epic LOLz. Kinda like cockroaches running and hopping all funny after you blast them with Raid.


  37. PrincessNatasha
    37 | August 24, 2011 9:36 pm

    As to “white guilt”? SUCK IT, LIBTARDS, I HAVE NONE!! ULULULULULULU!


  38. Prebanned
    38 | August 24, 2011 11:05 pm

    PrincessNatasha wrote:

    As to “white guilt”? SUCK IT, LIBTARDS, I HAVE NONE!! ULULULULULULU!

    I second that, unlike the POTUS, I am post-racial.
    No more set-asides or quotas, that just funnels no-bid contracts to Democrat voters, it is racist and needs to stop.


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