2016: Obama’s America Takes One Through A Frightening Journey

This documentary seeks to answer the question of what Obama’s America will look like in 2016. It traces Obama’s journey to the White House using his autobiography, Dreams from My Father, as a guide.

The documentary is based on a book by Dinesh D’Souza who also narrates.

The answer he uncovers might frighten you.

Mr. D’Souza, President of King’s College in NYC, makes a case for President Obama as an anti-colonialist. Seeing Obama in this light dramatically changes one’s understanding of the nature of the man.

We see Obama through our prism as Americans with American ideals, but the real Obama comes from a very different world.

He was raised by a mother who left her second husband because he discovered capitalism. His grandfather set up Frank Marshall Davis, a communist, as Obama’s mentor. Davis was so dangerous, he was on an FBI watch list. If the United States went to war with Russia, Davis would have been arrested immediately.

Barack Obama spent some of his formative years in Indonesia and his family was ensconced in their admiration for the Third World. Obama’s mother and birth father were mired in the alleged injustices perpetrated on them by the colonialists which, in their eyes, included the United States.

Obama’s associations throughout his youth and adult life included extremists and dangerous radicals, Marxists and anti-Zionists.

Obama is destroying our nuclear weapons. France will have more nuclear weapons than us by the time he is done. At the same time, he is imploding our financial system. Why? That is the question this documentary attempts to answer.

There is nothing crazy about this documentary. It is a careful, well-documented journey through the mind of the most powerful man in the world.

The documentary tells us a lot about the unpublicized side of Obama and his upbringing. It might have the answer as to what is behind his motives. Barack Obama comes out of this movie looking ingenious.

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