The Source of the Children’s Obama Worship Song Video

ObamaHaloHot Air and Michelle Malkin have the latest on that sickening, worshipful video of school children singing praises to Barack Obama.

The video was pulled, but has been reposted by another person; seems someone now realizes that not all Americans are empty-headed worshippers of Marxism.

According to information at the aforementioned sources, the video was filmed at B. Bernice Young Elementary School in Burlington Township, NJ.

Malkin tells us this was filmed by Charisse Carney-Nunes, author of the children’s book, “I Am Barack Obama” (2009).

From Michelle Malkin:

The Obama school song video that she taped shows her book featured on an easel next to the children hailing Dear Leader. She promotes her book as a tool that “allows children to see themselves through the inspirational story of President Obama growing up as an ordinary child asking, Who will change the world? Ultimately, he realizes that he will.”

As Allahpundit noted, part of the song sounds reminiscent of the Christian children’s song “Jesus Loves the Little Children”:

Jesus loves the little children
All the children of the world
Red and yellow
Black and white
They are precious in His sight.
Jesus loves the little children
Of the world.

Only in the case of this video, it is the Obamessiah to whom the children sing their praises:

Barack Hussein Obama
He said Red, Yellow, Black or White
All are equal in his sight
Mmm, mmm, mm!

I am convinced Ronald Reagan is the greatest president of the last 100 years or more. But I would not want my children or any other children singing such worshipful songs about him…and certainly not about a Marxist like Barack Obama.

Yet another reason I give thanks to God that my children are homeschooled so I don’t have to worry about them being brainwashed with garbage like this.

11 Responses to “The Source of the Children’s Obama Worship Song Video”

  1. When I first watched this video, I got chills. Like you said, it is sickening. There are so many of our nation's children that are subjected to government-run public “education,” in fact, most of them. I know I'm always harping on the fact that parents need to get their kids out of public school. I realize that in our busy, strapped world, few parents are able to home school their children and instill their own good values in them. But, at least parents should be very aware of the leftist/socialist curriculum that is pushed in public schools, and has been getting worse for at least the last ten to twenty years. Be aware of the revisionist history being taught and the “social studies” teachings. Parents who are unable to provide alternative educations for their children have to work doubly hard to counter the powerful programming that is occurring in our public schools, not to mention the fact that kids are simply NOT being taught the basic reading, writing, math and other skills that we all used to learn in school and took for granted. Look at the kids coming out of the schools nowadays. Many can't read, write or even reason.

    Anyone who has studied history, who has studied Hitler's rise in Germany, should shudder at the similarity in this video and the displays of the Hilter Youth. This is very serious indeed.

    I love that Michael Savage is pounding this video (the audio of it) on his radio show this evening…

    Gina Miller

  2. What about this, Mr. Ellis? Actual scene from a documentary movie about a camp in North Dakota.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fxdt_f0hwUg

    And this:
    In 2006 children from Gulf Coast states serenaded First Lady Laura Bush with a song praising the President, Congress, and Federal Emergency Management Agency for their response to Hurricane Katrina. The lyrics were:

    Our country's stood beside us/ People have sent us aid. Katrina could not stop us, our hopes will never fade./ Congress, Bush and FEMA People across our land/ Together have come to rebuild us and we join them hand-in-hand!

    The event took place at that year's White House Easter Egg Roll and included roughly 100 children from Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama.

  3. These seem a little excessive, too. I don't know anything about this 2006 event you mentioned, but the “Jesus Camp” segment was from a private group of people of like minds, not a public school environment. I noticed, too, that the lyrics you cited from the 2006 event gave credit not to one messianic figure, but to many leaders “across our land” and avoided the cult of personality that has surrounded Obama since before he was elected president.

  4. I really didn't know much of the details behind the video until I read this:

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/ar

    And now the teacher, who is black, is getting death threats. We have the first black president 140 years after 4 million blacks were slaves. Some people have a hard time accepting that.
    I know that some on the right are worried about the cult of personality surrounding President Obama. I don't believe it's a big danger, not even a small danger, and I certainly think the cries of “socialism, fascism, communism” (as if they were all one and the same) are rather laughable and definitely incendiary. Obama isn't even that liberal, despite the (now discredited) National Journal piece that claimed that. There are real liberals like Bernie Sanders and Kucinich and others, but Obama is more of a centrist. And he's not operating a Muslim sleeper cell. I watched the forum at Saddleback Church with him and McCain and it was clear to me that he is more steeped in Christianity than McCain.
    You need look no further than Ronald Reagan for a cult of personality. I'm reading “The Man Who Sold the World,” not the first or the last book I've read on the subject and it's very instructive. He sold the ideas of American exceptionalism and government is your enemy, all the while surrounded by Sun Belt multimillionaires and corporate interests. He was disengaged and uninformed, but he had “the speech” down pat.
    I don't get this weird reverse populism going on, with working-class people defending rapacious big banks and insurance and drug companies against their own interests. Worried about indoctrination of children? Look no further than your churches.
    Gina brings up Hitler Youth and says we need to study history. Well, I did, and do, and have a history and political science degree. The comparison is absurd. It's pathetic. It's paranoid.
    It's fine to argue about social and economic and military policy, (who is and isn't bearing their fair share of taxes), but spare us the Hitler Youth/death panel inanity.
    Anyone who takes Michael Savage for more than an entertainer catering to people's worst instincts should wake up and smell the coffee.

  5. Obama is unarguably a fascist. If you know the meaning of the word, you'll have to agree. Government control of industry while ostensibly held in private hands–this is what the Mussolini and Hitler implemented in the twenties and thirties. The One has taken unprecedented steps to take control of major elements of our economy including banks, the automotive industry and (unless saner minds prevail) health care, which makes up one-sixth of our economy.

    From his political logo, to his soaring rhetoric, to demonizing political opponents, to his appointment of extra-constitutional policy makers, to indoctrination of youth, to attempts to establish his own Ministry of Propaganda (i.e., The National Endowment for the Arts), to employing his own army of brownshirts (ACORN and SEIU), to dictating technological research Obama has followed the template of the National Socialists of post-WWI Germany. Your pathetic attempt to tag those opposed to what Obama is trying to do to our country with racism would make Goebbels proud.

    Supporters promised that Obama would finally unite America again and we have seen greater polarization than we have seen in modern history. Our economy is in the tank with no prospect of recovery for years to come. Our enemies mock and threaten with impunity. Our friends know they cannot count on us.

    Your history and political science degrees apparently have taught you to hate America and love totalitarians. Given that most universities in America are devoted to radical leftist indoctrination, I guess we shouldn't be surprised.

  6. So if I disagree politically with you, I hate America? I could just as well say that about you but I won't.
    And the dozens of teachers where I went to school in Madison, Vermillion and Aberdeen subjected me to “radical leftist indoctrination?” Actually, I can't think of one radical leftist at the front of any of my classrooms, especially Miss Palmquist at Northern. She'd laugh to be so described. Ah, but you say, I was too dumb to see their insidious designs in bringing totalitarianism to America. I don't think so. I was class salutatorian in high school, 50 years ago. My college teachers taught me critical thinking skills and the value of hard work and much more.
    It's your side which keeps referring to President Obama as The Messiah and The One and the like. We don't have messiahs, thank you. We are all humans, subject to human frailties and foibles, along with strengths.
    There's a lot more to the definition of fascism than what Dr. Theo wrote. You can go here to see it:

    http://www.ratical.org/ratville/CAH/fasci14char

    And if you remember, it was President Bush who pushed the bailout of the financial sector. I'm not saying it was a good thing, but most mainstream economists agree it was necessary. I don't like Wall Street any more than you do.
    Historian Richard Hofstadter, in 1964, from an essay titled “The Paranoid Style in American Politics”:

    “America has been largely taken away from them and their kind, though they are determined to try to repossess it and to prevent the final destructive act of subversion. The old American virtues have already been eaten away by cosmopolitans and intellectuals; the old competitive capitalism has been gradually undermined by socialistic and communistic schemers; the old national security and independence have been destroyed by treasonous plots, having as their most powerful agents not merely outsiders and foreigners as of old but major statesmen who are at the very centers of American power.
    “Adherents see the world in apocalyptic terms and themselves at the barricades at the last battle, with everything at stake. Political conflicts are not seen as routine differences of viewpoints to be mediated in a rational way. Rather, they are wars between absolute good and absolute evil where what is necessary is not compromise but the will to fight things out to a finish. Since the enemy is thought of as being totally evil and totally unappeasable, he must be totally eliminated, if not from the world, at least from the theater of operations to which the paranoid directs his attention. Everything that happens is the result of someone's malevolent will. The enemy is always a master of mind manipulation.”

  7. Since the gist of your previous comments indicated support for Obamessiah's attempts to “transform” America into something far different from what the founders bequeathed us it seemed to follow that you too hate the America of Washington, Lincoln and Teddy Roosevelt.

    You quote Hofstadter, saying “Since the enemy is thought of as being totally evil and totally unappeasable, he must be totally eliminated, if not from the world, at least from the theater of operations to which the paranoid directs his attention. Everything that happens is the result of someone's malevolent will. The enemy is always a master of mind manipulation.” Kind of like suggesting that anyone opposed to Obama's policies is a racist or that those who oppose government control of health care are nazis, huh?

  8. So if I disagree politically with you, I hate America? I could just as well say that about you but I won't.
    And the dozens of teachers where I went to school in Madison, Vermillion and Aberdeen subjected me to “radical leftist indoctrination?” Actually, I can't think of one radical leftist at the front of any of my classrooms, especially Miss Palmquist at Northern. She'd laugh to be so described. Ah, but you say, I was too dumb to see their insidious designs in bringing totalitarianism to America. I don't think so. I was class salutatorian in high school, 50 years ago. My college teachers taught me critical thinking skills and the value of hard work and much more.
    It's your side which keeps referring to President Obama as The Messiah and The One and the like. We don't have messiahs, thank you. We are all humans, subject to human frailties and foibles, along with strengths.
    There's a lot more to the definition of fascism than what Dr. Theo wrote. You can go here to see it:

    http://www.ratical.org/ratville/CAH/fasci14char

    And if you remember, it was President Bush who pushed the bailout of the financial sector. I'm not saying it was a good thing, but most mainstream economists agree it was necessary. I don't like Wall Street any more than you do.
    Historian Richard Hofstadter, in 1964, from an essay titled “The Paranoid Style in American Politics”:

    “America has been largely taken away from them and their kind, though they are determined to try to repossess it and to prevent the final destructive act of subversion. The old American virtues have already been eaten away by cosmopolitans and intellectuals; the old competitive capitalism has been gradually undermined by socialistic and communistic schemers; the old national security and independence have been destroyed by treasonous plots, having as their most powerful agents not merely outsiders and foreigners as of old but major statesmen who are at the very centers of American power.
    “Adherents see the world in apocalyptic terms and themselves at the barricades at the last battle, with everything at stake. Political conflicts are not seen as routine differences of viewpoints to be mediated in a rational way. Rather, they are wars between absolute good and absolute evil where what is necessary is not compromise but the will to fight things out to a finish. Since the enemy is thought of as being totally evil and totally unappeasable, he must be totally eliminated, if not from the world, at least from the theater of operations to which the paranoid directs his attention. Everything that happens is the result of someone's malevolent will. The enemy is always a master of mind manipulation.”

  9. Since the gist of your previous comments indicated support for Obamessiah's attempts to “transform” America into something far different from what the founders bequeathed us it seemed to follow that you too hate the America of Washington, Lincoln and Teddy Roosevelt.

    You quote Hofstadter, saying “Since the enemy is thought of as being totally evil and totally unappeasable, he must be totally eliminated, if not from the world, at least from the theater of operations to which the paranoid directs his attention. Everything that happens is the result of someone's malevolent will. The enemy is always a master of mind manipulation.” Kind of like suggesting that anyone opposed to Obama's policies is a racist or that those who oppose government control of health care are nazis, huh?