President Barack Obama had an unusual childhood and rather bizarre family tree. Where and how he spent the bulk of his formative years vastly impacted his view of the world and America, as shown in this shocking viral video created by his sister, Auma Obama, during a visit to Africa.
Is Barack Obama a black separatist? The comments he made to his sister about “white privilege” during their first meeting appear to indicate a deep-seeded and long-term chip on the president’s shoulder.
Barack Obama is our first biracial president—not the first black president. Liberals seem to conveniently forget that fact when playing the race card. Obama’s mother, Ann Dunham, was a white woman. His identified biological father is Barack Obama Sr., an African-born black man. His parents divorced when he was a toddler.
The never-before-seen video by Barack Obama’s sister was shot in 1990 during a trip to Kenya, their father’s home country. The president was 27 when he went to visit his sister for the first time.
At about the 14 minute mark in the revealing Obama family video, Barack is recorded making some derogatory comments about white people in general. He shared his views, at length, about what he deemed the ongoing “white privilege” problem in Kenya, the land of his father.
“I’m deeply saddened by a sense that whites are still superior in this country in some sense, that if you sit at a restaurant, they’re served before a Kenyan is served. If you go through customs, a white person is going to have an easier time going through customs,” Barack Obama says in the video.
Barack Obama may have gone by name Barry Soetoro after relocating back to America after spending abroad with his mother and stepfather. Obama did not meet his birth father until he was ten. The two had connected only through the occasional letter until that point.
Much speculation and rumors have been shared in books and online articles about Obama’s father. Some reports claim the elder Obama might not be his biological father at all and point to photos of a male friend of his mother to back up the claims. The man, a radical activist, and Barack seem to closely resemble each other.
Barack Obama’s parents divorced in 1964, and the following year his mother married Lolo Soetoro. His stepfather was from Indonesia. Two years later, Ann Dunham and Barack moved to Indonesia to be reunited with her husband, who had returned to his native home.
Obama lived in Indonesia until 1971 when he returned to Hawaii to attend an upscale private school.