US Media Interviews
— Since my return from the late June 2018 conference in the USA, I have been interviewed twice on US media and two more interviews are lined up at this time. One of the recent interviews was with Erin Ryan and Bill Cundiff, a superb Northern Californian couple who present WethePeopleRadio every Sunday. This is a two-hour slot transmitted from Redding, California, where there is a terrible fire at this time. The other interview was with Dan Happel, but is only available on a paid subscription.
Obama’s Mandela Day Speech
The kinds of things Obama was saying in Johannesburg on 17 July 2018 were 100% in line with the sketch of him I had made offline to Erin and Bill before. So, I sent Erin an e-mail titled “Told ya!“. She actually posted that e-mail on the internet and we agreed to another two-hour interview, which happened on 22 July 2018. The full interview may be heard HERE.
Erin also posted a note on the WeThePeopleRadio site in which she wrote:
Tuesday night I was driving home from Siskiyou County and just to make myself crazy I listened to Obama on satellite radio addressing a large group in South Africa. I couldn’t stop thinking, “That’s EXACTLY what Harry said about him!!!” When I got home Dr. Booyens’ message [“Told ya!”] was waiting in my inbox. I knew we had to have him on to discuss this urgent topic, because as much as South Africa seems a long way from the United States we are MUCH closer than you think.
The first hour is mostly the required background on Africa, without which Obama’s statements would have little meaning to the uninformed. With that background under the belt, the second hour goes into what he actually said. And Americans in particular should take note.
My comment is, why exactly are Americans surprised that Obama presided over such intense racial division, the diminishment of the USA in the world, and the hollowing out of Western institutions in the USA? The USA is living right now with the consequences of electing this Africa-inspired man to the office of president and maintaining him there for eight years. He has Africanised everything he has touched, has presided over the corrupting of the state, and has misled half the US population in the process.
The photo below shows Obama and Cyril Ramaphosa, the new president of South Africa who is trying to take away the land of white farmers without compensation — Mugabe and the Mau-Mau all over again. Obama calls him “Inspiring”. That right there should tell Americans everything they need to know.
Several years ago I was in a business in North Vancouver. The young lady who attended to me was of Indian extraction. She asked whether I was from South Africa. When I acknowledged, she said her father was from East Africa. Knowing what was done to the Indian people in East Africa I told her I’d love to know what her father thought of Barack Obama. She leaned forward over the desk and said under her breath, “He says Obama is bloody Mau-Mau.”
There must be a reason why an Indian man from East Africa and a Caucasian from South Africa who never ever met each other would have the same analysis of a situation. For those who have never heard the term “Mau-Mau” before, read the Wikipedia article, and see the note by the Luo Kenyan author, Bethwell Ogot:
Mau Mau fighters, . . . contrary to African customs and values, assaulted old people, women and children. The horrors they practiced included the following: decapitation and general mutilation of civilians, torture before murder, bodies bound up in sacks and dropped in wells, burning the victims alive, gouging out of eyes, splitting open the stomachs of pregnant women.
Obama’s father was a Luo born on the shores of Lake Victoria.
Perhaps Americans need to do more homework on their presidential candidates before putting them up for nomination. If they make this mistake again there is no telling where their future president might go to “find his roots”, as Obama did in the 1990s. There is nothing wrong with Kenya, but the Mau-Mau is quite something else.
And perhaps Obama SHOULD become president of Kenya, as some have quipped, following in the footsteps of other fellow Luo personages like Oginga Odinga. Who knows; they might make him President-for-life, as Africa is wont to do. Until then, read THIS article from Kenya and see the bit about Obama’s father’s speech in Hawaii.
— Harry Booyens