Obama’s Polygamist Father

August 24, 2008

The American voter is a bit loony and lacking when it comes to logic, or is misled by the corrupt American media.

For example, when Governor Mitt Romney was recently running for President of these United States, he was deemed as totally unacceptable by the electorate because in the distant past of ancient American history, his American religion of Mormonism had practiced the Old Testament rite of polygamy.

Fast forward a few months later to today. Oh how the American voter has become enlightened as to those American virtues of tolerance and diversity. Who has now been chosen as the official Democrat nominee for United States president? Barack Hussein Obama, son of a polygamist. Obama’s father was not a polygamist in the long ago past of ancient history; he was a polygamist until the day he died in 1982.

Yet, remarkably, not one word has been uttered by the mainstream media about Obama’s polygamist heritage. Why was it so important for the media to condemn Romney’s Mormon religion because of polygamy, yet mention nothing at all about Barack Obama having been born into a polygamous Muslim family? It should make one ponder upon the different attitudes shown towards the two men by America’s corrupt news organizations.

Presidential candidate Obama’s father, BARACK HUSSEIN OBAMA Sr., was born 1936, in Nyangoma-Kogelo, Siaya District, Kenya. When he was killed in an automobile crash in Nairobi, Kenya in 1982, he left behind three wives, at least one ex-wife, six sons and a daughter. He would have left four wives if the American-born mother of Barack Obama had not divorced him before his untimely death.

In contrast, Mitt Romney’s father, GEORGE ROMNEY, was married to his one and only wife for sixty-four years, until death did they depart.

Ancestry of Barack Obama


Save Us From the Christians

December 14, 2007

Lord — Save Us from Hate!

My “political” essays, HERE and HERE, concerning Mitt Romney and the attacks upon his faith have resulted in many virulent anti-Mormon comments at my website from self-proclaimed “Christians.” Lord save us from such a religion as these “Christians” espouse. In fact, my eyes have been opened so, that I am considering dropping my membership in the ranks of Christendom to become just a lowly follower of Jesus, as I feel that if the Master were to return today,  He would not want to be called a “Christian.”

I am not the only one who has been so offended by such “Christian” behavior. The Anti-Defamation League was founded in 1913, and is the world’s leading organization fighting anti-Semitism throughout the world. It offers programs and services to counteract hatred, prejudice and bigotry. In March of this year, the ADL condemned “Mormon-Bashing,” and commented that Hate directed at any of us is hate directed at all of us.”

If you don’t care because you are not a Mormon,  then wait until they come for whatever creed or religion or non-religion that you espouse. You will care about virulent hatred then.

ADL Condemns “Mormon-Bashing” DVD

Phoenix, AZ, March 27, 2007……The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) condemned the distribution of an anti-Mormon DVD by the organization Concerned Christians as nothing more than “Mormon-bashing.”

Bill Straus, ADL Arizona Regional Director, observed: “This is the same kind of plain, old-fashioned Mormon-bashing that Jim Robertson and his group have been spewing for over a quarter-of-a-century. The only difference is that back then, it was the film, ‘The God Makers,’ and today it’s the DVD, ‘Jesus Christ/Joseph Smith.’ It was wrong then, and it’s wrong now.”

ADL Regional Board Chair David Bodney added, “Hate directed at any of us is hate directed at all of us. From whomever that hate comes, and to whomever it’s directed, ADL takes it very seriously and will continue to speak out against it.

Before accepting the lengthy anti-Mormon diatribes by some of the commenters here and Mormon-bashing websites, I suggest perusing the official site of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. There is an area of “NEWS” where the church explains its official position on various currently discussed themes, such as Mike Huckabee’s claim that the Mormons believe Jesus and Satan were brothers.  There is another section about DNA and the Book of Mormon.    The LDS News Room