The Real Obama

The Washington Examiner has a ten part special report today entitled “The Obama You Don’t Know.”

Even if you’ve read his book, seen the movie “2016: Obama’s America,” and followed the news closely, some items in here will be eye opening.

The White House Insider, an anonymous tipster detailed on facebook at D.W. Ulsterman, has long said look to Chicago, everything starts in Chicago when it comes to finding out who he really is. This article substantiates that.

The author breaks down myths about Obama, such as his rags to riches story. It was anything but. Obama went to the finest schools in Hawaii and then on to Columbia and Harvard. Never was there a money problem to impede him. Why?

You may think the most important speech Obama ever gave was at the DNC 2004 convention. No, it was one given long ago on Valentine’s Day in Chicago. The details are in the story.

There are witnesses who talk about how he rose to power in Chicago through public housing deals. This passage was particularly enlightening:

“In March 1994, a year before “Dreams” was published, Obama was the lead defense attorney on an obscure case in Cook County Court that has heretofore escaped examination by the national media.

“In this case, Obama defended a Chicago slumlord and powerful political ally who was charged with a long list of offenses against poor residents. The defendant was the Woodlawn Preservation & Investment Corp., controlled by Bishop Arthur Brazier, a South Side Chicago preacher and political operator.

“Brazier’s burgeoning real estate empire included a low-income housing project at 6223 South University. Today, MapQuest describes the Woodlawn neighborhood as “quaint and sedate.” But in the winter of 1994, it was a frigid hell.

“Brazier was closely allied with Obama and his firm, not least because Davis was on WPIC’s Board of Directors. Davis was also the corporation’s registered agent, and he received the court summons when the city filed suit on the South University apartments.

“Brazier’s WPIC had failed for nearly a month to supply heat and running water for the complex’s 15 crumbling apartments. On Jan. 18, 1994, the day the heat went off, Chicago’s official high temperature was 11 below zero, the day after it was 19 below.

“Even worse, the residents were then ordered to leave the WPIC complex in the winter chill without the due process they would have been afforded by an eviction procedure.

“In court documents reviewed by The Washington Examiner, Daniel W. Weil, commissioner of Chicago’s Buildings Department, slammed WPIC for multiple municipal code violations, including “failure to maintain adequate heat,” failure “to provide every family unit with approved heating facilities,” and “failure to provide adequate” supplies of either hot or cold running water.

“Things were so bad that the city’s outraged corporation counsel declared that “the levying of a fine is not an adequate remedy” and asked the court for a permanent injunction against WPIC, appointment of a receiver and imposition of a lien on WPIC to pay for repairs, attorneys’ fees and court costs.

“But Obama did his work so well that in the end, on March 3, 1994, the court simply fined WPIC $50. Only then did Obama tell the court of the forcible removal of tenants in the bitter cold.”

Hardly the compassionate liberal Obama claims to be; the one who cares for the 47% or poor black people. It continues:

“Robert Stark, director of the liberal Harold Washington Institute for Research and Policy Studies, told the Examiner that the demolition effort required to clear the way for the new affordable-housing projects advocated by Obama was disastrous for low-income blacks on Chicago’s South Side.”

Neither was Obama a reformer or one who believed in transparency in administrations:

“Former Illinois Republican Senator Peter Fitzgerald: Fitzgerald said Obama never confronted Daley. “He never took on Mayor Daley, even when clearly city hall was out of bounds. He never fought corruption in Cook County government.”

Then there is his pressuring banks concerning pensions, in which his friends benefitted. And the Arab network including radical Rashid Khalidi, Tony Rezko, Iraqi Baathist Nadhmi Auchi and connections to the PLO.

Some of this inner circle continue to visit him frequently at the White House.

Everyone should read this and know what we’re dealing with. It’s at

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