Friday, July 31, 2009

Witches and Wizards burned near Obama's home Village in Kenya

Supected Kenyan Witches Horrifically Burned Alive
***Warning Disturbing*** NOTE; that the two towns . are in the same Province as President Obama's home Village in Kenya.

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The Story; ...the gang hunted down the eight women and three men in the western Kenya villages of Kekoro and Matembe. This happened during the height of the US primary season in 2008. Other world media showed this and other video on this horrific event, but not the US media. They quickly mentioned it in passing, mainly on their blogs. Same thing happened in Africa, when European Farmers were kicked out of one country. Looting raping burning, then the Dummies starved to death!

Farmers at War

Huffy Puffy post could NOT even get the number correct!

Obama's Kenya connection revealed ?

Before that an Author trying to get at the Roots of President Obama in Kenya;,8599,1847965,00.html

Jerome Corsi has jousted lucratively with Barack Obama, tackling the presidential candidate's reputation with a best-selling if factually challenged book that accuses the Senator of, among other things, ties to militant Islam. But Corsi may have gone a little too far into enemy territory when he flew into Kenya, the birthplace of Obama's father. Kenyan immigration officials deported Corsi, they said, over problems with his visa. They made their move before Corsi was scheduled to give a press conference at which he promised to expose secret ties between Obama and Kenyan leaders, as well as a mysterious plot that would be launched should the Democratic nominee win the U.S. election.....

Corsi also claims that Obama was in close contact with Odinga, advising the Kenyan politician on strategy after the results were announced. Lone claims he was there the one time Obama called Odinga, and says it wasn't to talk campaign strategy but rather to demand that the violence end and that Odinga and Kibaki come to a peaceful solution to the crisis.
The Obama campaign had no comment on Corsi's deportation. It has denounced his book in a 41-page rebuttal. If anything, Corsi seems to have seriously underestimated the broad Kenyan support for Obama, whose father was a Kenyan and who has several half-siblings here. While there is animosity between Luos and Kikuyus — and the tribes were responsible for much of the postelection violence — Obama is immensely popular across ethnic lines in Kenya. Ever since Odinga became Prime Minister in a power-sharing agreement with Kibaki, his own approval ratings have soared.
In a news story on Tuesday announcing Corsi's press conference, the Standard newspaper said the American author's media invitation "makes no secret of the intention to hurl dirt at Obama and undermine his campaign from his ancestral home." Among the scrum of reporters waiting for Corsi outside Kenya's immigration office on Tuesday, one local Kenyan television correspondent was wearing an "Obama '08" T shirt.

"The inclusion of the 'philanthropic' [tour] in Corsi's programme is seen in bad taste and an extension of the campaign to undermine Obama's bid to become the first black American president," the Standard said. In an interview with TIME last week, Obama's half-sister Auma called Corsi's book "blatant lies." "It's reached a point where people will write what they write and people will assume what they want to assume and interpret things the way they want to interpret them, and you can't chase everybody," Auma Obama said. "Otherwise you stop living your own life."

Obama has steared well clear of Kenya and his relations both in and outside of the US since becoming President.

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