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George Obama…Barack Obama’s brother… said that the Africans might have been smarter to allow the colonialists to run African nations…in 2016: Obama’s America. George contrasted the development of South Korea to the development of Kenya.

The blacks in the United States might be better off to let the whites run the United States.

But most interesting is what D'Souza heard from George Obama when it came to African colonialism. Here, too, George had no hard feelings at all. To the contrary, Obama's brother blamed not Africa's European forebears for the continent's struggles, but instead -- in a deliciously politically incorrect sentiment unbefitting of an Obama -- native Africans themselves. George Obama told D'Souza that Kenya's colonial experience is not responsible for the poverty and economic struggles there. In the film, George compares Kenya to South Korea and even South Africa. When it comes to Kenya's economic development, Obama's brother insists that it would have been better for Kenya "if the whites had stayed longer."
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Greece is the epitome of what Socialism, Communism, and Marxism can do to a country. The citizens of Greece are miserable. Socialism, Communism, and Marxism are the cause of their misery…and continues to make their misery worse.

Approximately 118 million people voted in the November 6, 2012 election. Obama received about 60,119,958 votes. Romney received about 57, 425,442 votes. 13% of the 118 million votes were votes by blacks…15,340,000. 93% or 14,266,200 votes for Obama came from blacks.

The blacks did a poor job of trying to run Kenya. The blacks will do a poor job of trying to run the United States. They may try, but the outcome will not be like the South Korean example…cited by George Obama.

Blacks have a relatively high high school drop out rate. [1]

Black females have a relatively high out of wedlock birth rate. [2]

 Blacks have a relatively low…college graduation rate. [3]


[1] http://nces.ed.gov/fastfacts/display.asp?id=16