If you’re like me, you don’t put a lot of stock into anything that comes out of the National Enquirer. After all, that publication, through some of it’s own wild stories, has developed a reputation for being not much better than the rags that routinely report on the goings-on of the “bat boy” and UFO invasions.
I must admit, however, despite my knee-jerk reaction to the National Enquirer, they get it right sometimes as they did with Je$$ie Jackson’s “love child, Bill Clinton’s use of Monica Lewinsky, and John Edwards recent affair.
So it was with one eyebrow raised that I read Cliff Kincaids’s piece on Obama and his mentor today in the Canada Free Press.
Kincaid’s piece was noteworthy for two reasons: the information on Obama’s mentor, and the details about the handiwork of Obama’s associate, the domestic terrorist Bill Ayers.
First the details of what Ayers’ Weathermen and their terrorism wrought:
In terms of the Bill Ayers controversy, Police Sergeant Brian V. McDonnell was one of the victims of the Weather Underground, a group that took direction from Castro’s intelligence service, the DGI. McDonnell was only 45 years old and it took two days for him to die from the injuries caused by the shrapnel in the bomb that was reportedly planted by Dohrn.
Now, one of the officers under the command of Sgt. McDonnell has come forward to describe what happened on the terrible day that the bomb went off.
“On February 16, 1970, my partner and I were on the 1700 block of Haight St., in San Francisco, Calif., when a bomb went off at Park Police Station, where I was assigned,” says retired San Francisco Police Department Sergeant James R. Pera. “My partner and I were the first car on the scene and the first sight that we saw, upon arrival in the parking lot of the station, was a friend of ours getting up off the ground. His partner was still on the ground, propped up on one arm and dazed. They had been blown to the ground by the concussion of the bomb that had been placed on the window sill of the station…”
He goes on, “Sergeant McDonnell’s Police Car, which was placed between the window sill, where the bomb was, and the car that my two fellow policemen were preparing to get into, took the brunt of the blast and saved them from death. The inside of the station looked like it had been hit by a couple of hand grenades, windows shattered, blood on the pock-marked walls and dazed cops wandering around disoriented. The bomb was so powerful that fragments, which consisted of barbed wire fence post staples, were found on the roof of Polytechnic High School which was located across Kezar Stadium and Frederick St., approximately two blocks away. Polytechnic High School was three stories high. It has since been replaced by a housing complex.”
I think time–and a little obfuscatory help from the “mainstream” media–has helped dampen people’s appreciation for the despicable acts committed by Obama’s associate Bill Ayers. Kincaid has done a service in putting a human face on Ayers crimes–for which he remains blatantly unrepentant.
But on now to Frank Marshall Davis, the man Obama refers to in his book “Dreams From My Father” as a friend and advisor.
It seems Obama was introduced to “Frank” when he was 10 years old, and relied on Frank Davis’ advice throughout this teens.
The latest edition of the Enquirer features a piece on Davis and his perverted sexual appetites, and questions what influence Davis may have had on the young Barry Obama. Kincaid’s group America’s Survival actually composed an expose of this material several weeks ago.
As unsavory as all this is to consider, the connection between Obama and Davis–someone Obama has described as a guide and influence on him–is very relevant for a man who wants to lead the United States.
Obama, after all, has made it very plain that he has a radical sexual agenda for America if he becomes president: repeal of the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) which protects states from having homosexual “marriage” forced on them, homosexuals serving openly in the U.S. military, the expansion of “hate crime” legislation, and the inclusion of “gender identity” in discrimination laws.
Obama’s statements about Davis indicate a close relationship spanning several years. He also talks about drinking whiskey with Davis.
If you’re sitting down, read this shocking excerpt about Davis from the British Telegraph which was published almost two months ago:
In a surviving portion of an autobiographical manuscript, Mr Davis confirms that he was the author of Sex Rebel: Black after a reader had noticed the “similarities in style and phraseology” between the pornographic work and his poetry.
“I could not then truthfully deny that this book, which came out in 1968 as a Greenleaf Classic, was mine.” In the introduction to Sex Rebel, Mr Davis (writing as Greene) explains that although he has “changed names and identities…all incidents I have described have been taken from actual experiences”.
He stated that “under certain circumstances I am bisexual” and that he was “ a voyeur and an exhibitionist” who was “occasionally mildly interested in sado-masochism”, adding: “I have often wished I had two penises to enjoy simultaneously the double – but different – sensations of oral and genital copulation.”
The book, which closely tracks Mr Davis’s life in Chicago and Hawaii and the fact that his first wife was black and his second white, describes in lurid detail a series of shockingly sordid sexual encounters, often involving group sex.
One chapter concerns the seduction by Mr Davis and his first wife of a 13-year-old girl called Anne. Mr Davis wrote that it was the girl who had suggested he had sex with her. “I’m not one to go in for Lolitas. Usually I’d rather not bed a babe under 20.
“But there are exceptions. I didn’t want to disappoint the trusting child. At her still-impressionistic age, a rejection might be traumatic, could even cripple her sexually for life.”
He then described how he and his wife would have sex with the girl. “Anne came up many times the next several weeks, her aunt thinking she was in good hands. Actually she was.
“She obtained a course in practical sex from experienced and considerate practitioners rather than from ignorant insensitive neophytes….I think we did her a favour, although the pleasure was mutual.”
On other occasions, Mr Davis would cruise in Hawaii parks looking for couples or female tourists to have sex with. He derived sexual gratification from bondage, simulated rape and being flogged and urinated on.
Wow. So while this shocking information about Obama’s mentor is only now coming to the attention of people like me because of the Enquirer, this information is obviously not some UFO story they made up. The Telegraph is a respected major British newspaper.
In Kincaid’s piece, he dares speak the questions on any reasonable person’s mind:
What exactly happened in Davis’s home? We know from the record that Davis and Dunham drank alcohol and smoked pot together. Obama admits drinking with Davis as well and going on to smoke marijuana and use cocaine. What else happened between them besides listening to Davis’s poetry?
In terms of shaping Obama’s world view, Davis may have had as much influence as Wright. Indeed, both Davis and Wright expressed anti-white views and sentiments, and that linkage is significant. It connects Hawaii to Chicago.
The sex part makes some people squirm. We don’t want to consider the implications. But Obama is running for the office of president of the United States. We are supposed to have the right to know.
Who knows whether anything improper went on between Obama and Davis; perhaps only they could answer that question.
But since we know Davis has given guidance to Obama since Obama’s pre-teen years, and since even what Obama has been open with about his sexual agenda for America is very radical, one has to wonder exactly where and how far Obama’s attitudes on human sexuality actually go.
On a personal level, such frightening possibilities are between Obama and God.
But for the U.S. senator who wants to set the agenda for the United States, and who has already told us he plans to fire the equivalent of a nuclear missile at marriage and sexual normality, such implications are of paramount importance for the American voter to consider.