Farrakhan’s Fondness for Gadhafi
April 18, 2011
There are so many things going on that cry out for investigation and publication. Most of the things I allude to center around the duplicitous, mendacious person known as Barack Obama. I thought I could persuade myself to stop reacting to his obvious lying and posturing. I thought, for the benefit of my health, I would be better off either not reading about Obama, or not caring that he ascended to a job he is not only not suited for, but a job that puts him in control of all the levers of government and therefore can do exactly what he is doing . . . destroying this once great Republic.
Perhaps what bothers me the most is the president’s ability to treat every event, good or bad, as an illustration of his fitness for office and the lack thereof on the part of his opponents. I could give many examples of his unfitness for office and his dishonest character. Here is one example. First of all, Obama said he was going to run the most transparent administration in history. Yet, even some of his erstwhile supporters have acknowledged that is not the case. On the subject of Libya, for example, he never really annunciated a policy for America. He never let it be known how he really felt about the uprising of the downtrodden, suffering Libyans. We never did get anything approaching clarity on the subject.
It was our Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, who had the only coherent, consistent policy on Libya. Because of Moammar Gadhafi’s 40 year history of directing and causing terrorist activity all around the world, mainly directed against the United States, it should be obvious that this menace should have been removed long ago. Anyone who has ever listened to my radio programs knows that I alone, for many years, have been calling for the end of the maniac who has thrived on our indecision and, yes, fear.
Obama has some reasons, perhaps, that no one else has thought of as to why he is unable to unequivocally call for the destruction of Gadhafi. I suggest the reason for his ambivalence is Obama’s Chicago neighbor. And who is that neighbor? He is none other than the America-hater, Louis Farrakhan. Farrakhan loves Gadhafi. He refers to him as his brother. When Obama, yielding to pressure from national leaders made comments about the need for Gadhafi to step down, what did Farrakhan reply? He said to Obama, “Who the hell do you think you are, brother?” If you don’t believe me, look it up.
So that may explain the strange behavior of our alleged president. I would advise you to chronicle the day by day statements made by Obama. He seemed to obsess with clarifying past statements. People have asked why is he so conflicted on this subject? I say you should look for that answer on the Southside of Chicago where Barack and Louis live so close to each other.
Think about what I have said. If you have a different theory, write to www.BobGrantOnline.com and I will be happy to read what you have to say, and even send you a response. And remember how I closed my program for so many years: Get Gadhafi!