Tuesday, February 04, 2014

No white man has the right to be critical of our Leader, President Obama

Our Leader defeats the lies of the white man 


When our Barack Obama took his place in 2009 as our Leader, many proclaimed that America could finally achieve economic, social and racial justice. I was among them and I still believe in our Leader and his ability to bring America to justice.

A society based on justice would be one where the capitalist exploiters no longer rule by institutionalized or structural racism, in which white supremacist policies and attitudes are propagated by the super-rich and, through various arms of state repression, imposed on the masses.

But has America become a society based on racial, social and economic justice? No, not yet. But we are making progress thanks to our Leader. Yes, we we know there is work to be done and our Leader knows this as well.

If you were to ask an Indigenous person barely subsisting on a reservation in America, an undocumented worker from Latin America or an African facing deportation, or an African-American in the rural South or Harlem, nine times out of ten the answer would be an emphatic “No.”

But thanks to our Leader we have hope. Something that did not exist in America before our Leader came to power.

Despite this truth, there are still those who ignore the facts and who dare to be critical of our Leader. We saw this again this week when a so-called "journalist" called Bill O'Reilly was granted the privilege to speak with our Leader. But what did this white man do? He was disrespectful to our Leader. He asked questions that are rooted in lies. But our Leader faced this tactics of deceit with dignity. Our Leader showed he is better than the deceitful white man. While white man tries to think of new plots of deception and lies our Leader is benignant and wise.

Our Leader will lift those who accept the truth with to justice. Those who do not accept the truth shall be left behind.