Soetoro (aka Obama) & Lincoln -
Two Racists Together At Last
By Devvy Kidd
Barry Soetoro is the last known legal name of the impostor president,
Barack Obama. We know from documents obtained during various investigations,
he's used at least four aliases. There is no provable history
of the putative president being in Hawaii from birth to age 5.
We know he lied on his Illinois bar registration form when he
said he's never used any other name.
The Liar-in-Chief spoke yesterday from the steps of the Lincoln
Memorial at an event dubbed 'March for Jobs and Justice'.
Ebony & Ivory was a hit song performed by Sir Paul McCartney
and Stevie Wonder. The message was racial harmony. Oh, the irony
of Soetoro speaking at the memorial site of one of America's prominent
racists: Abraham Lincoln.
America's children haven't been taught the truth about "Honest
Abe". Lincoln constantly referred to Africans as "darkies"
or the N word (plural). In 'Colonization After Emancipation: Lincoln
and the Movement for Black Resettlement' by Phillip W. Magness
and Sebastian N. Page, discovered documents in the National Archives
(Sandy Berger must have missed those) which clearly prove Lincoln's
desire to ship out all the "darkies". What stopped him?
Among other obstacles, not enough ships.
Thomas DiLorenzo is a meticulous researcher and has written several
books on Lincoln. Fully foot noted from historical documents,
one can only be sickened by the real "Honest Abe":
Citing 'The Real Lincoln: A
New Look at Abraham Lincoln, His Agenda and an Unnecessary War'
"The Emancipation Proclamation was immediately excoriated
through the North (and much of the world) as a political gimmick.
The New York World newspaper sarcastically editorialized
The President has purposely made the proclamation
inoperative in all places where we have gained a military footing
which makes the slaves accessible. He has proclaimed emancipation
where he has notoriously no power to execute it.
The exemption of the accessible parts of Louisiana, Tennessee,
and Virginia renders the proclamation not merely futile, but ridiculous.
"Lincoln's own secretary of state, William Seward, mocked
the Emancipation Proclamation by saying, "We show our sympathy
with slavery by emancipating slaves where we cannot reach them
and holding them in bondage where we can set them free. Lincoln
himself maintained that the Proclamation was merely a war measure,
not an attempt at genuine emancipation. In a letter to his Treasury
Secretary Salmon P. Chase, he admitted that the original proclamation
had no legal justification, except as a military measure."
Lerone Bennett, Jr., is an African-American scholar, was Executive
Editor for Ebony Magazine and author of a historical tome titled
'Forced Into Glory: Abraham Lincoln's White Dream'.
I read all of Bennett's book until towards the end when it gets
a bit 'whiny'. It was quite a shock; all based on historical documents
and events. Bennett's assessment of Lincoln is that he was a lifelong
white supremacist who was opposed to Negroes holding public office,
from marrying Caucasians or allowing them to vote.
Again citing DiLorenzo's book:
"In a famous public letter to New
York Tribune editor Horace Greeley in 1862, Lincoln explained
that he wasn't particularly concerned about emancipation per se;
forcing the secessionists to remain in the Union was his main
"My paramount object in this struggle is to save the Union,
not is it to save or to destroy slavery. If I could save the Union
without freeing any slave I would do it; and if I could save it
by freeing some and leaving others alone I would also do that.
What I do about slavery, and the colored race, I do because I
believe it helps to save the Union." (Pgs 34-35)
One need only read the Lincoln-Douglas Debates to fully understand
Lincoln's feelings about the Negro race. In Ottawa on August 21,
1858, Lincoln said, "I have no purpose to introduce political
and social equality between the white and black races." Lincoln
in his own words said the white race is the "superior position".
Lincoln was sly like a fox. He tried to hide his racism with CYA
language. Let's take the debate in Freeport, August 27, 1858 (emphasis
"As to the first one, in regard to the Fugitive Slave Law,
I have never hesitated to say, and I do not now hesitate to say,
that I think, under the Constitution of the United States, the
people of the Southern States are entitled to a congressional
Fugitive Slave Law. Having said that, I have had nothing to say
in regard to the existing Fugitive Slave Law further than that
I think it should have been framed so as to be free from some
of the objections that pertain to it, without lessening its efficiency. And inasmuch
as we are not now in an agitation in regard to an alteration or
modification of that law, I would not be the man to introduce
it as a new subject of agitation upon the general questions of
The Fugitive Slave Law passed by Congress in 1850, declared that
all runaway slaves were to be returned to their masters.
If one reads the Lincoln-Douglas debates where slavery is the
issue, it becomes quite obvious that Lincoln did what has become
common by presidential candidates: pandering to the voters by
appealing to that particular constituency. In other words: they
say one thing, but mean something else. Lincoln was quite adept
at it, but his actions speak louder than words. He damn near destroyed
the Union trying to "hold the Union together". There
isn't enough space in one column to list what Lincoln did as president
that would send chills up your spine.
A little history revisited: First Inaugural Address
of Abraham Lincoln, March 4, 1861:
"Apprehension seems to exist among the people of the Southern
States that by the accession of a Republican Administration their
property and their peace and personal security are to be endangered.
There has never been any reasonable cause for such apprehension.
Indeed, the most ample evidence to the contrary has all the while
existed and been open to their inspection. It is found in nearly
all the published speeches of him who now addresses you. I do
but quote from one of those speeches when I declare that -- I
have no purpose, directly or indirectly, to interfere with the
institution of slavery in the States where it exists. I believe
I have no lawful right to do so, and I have no inclination to
Lincoln most assuredly could have used the power of being president
with his own party to forcefully condemn slavery and pledge to
work until every human being in America, regardless of color,
was free of bondage. Instead, he used a lot of political double
speak to hide his true feelings.
Soetoro unlawfully signed an Executive
Order, July 26, 2012 - White House Initiative on Educational
Excellence for African Americans. No where in that lengthy document
does it mention any of the lofty goals should be made available
for Caucasian children. Had Bush, Reagan or any other Caucasian
president issued an EO exclusively for white children, race hustlers
like Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson would have gone ballistic.
The bottom line: the joke is on the not so intelligent, Barry
Soetoro. Yesterday, Barry gave his big speech as he stood in front
of a man, who in his own words and actions, wanted to deport all
Africans out of America.
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