Alaska, Obama, and Imperialism

In Russia, Barack Hussein Obama made what some consider a “faux pas” or “Obamateurism, but what I believe was very intentional.

Recall that Obama said he was “not allowed” to go to Alaska…


Uh, Alaska and Hawaii I was not allowed to go to, even though I really wanted to visit, but my staff would not, uh, justify it.

“Not allowed”?

I asked, “Who’s in charge?

And I asked, “Do the people behind Obama’s campaign … think that Alaska and Hawaii should not belong to the United States?

Keep in mind that a leading Russian political analyst has said, “we could claim Alaska – it was only granted on lease, after all“.

Putin (through his puppet Dmitry Medvedev) had the armies of Russia invade Georgia. I believe it is a very real possibility that he wants Alaska back, too. All the more reason why Democratic Socialist Communists hate Sarah Palin. (It’s also no joke that you can see Russia from parts of Alaska, which is what Sarah Palin said, not “I can see Russia from my house”, which is what Tina Fey said).

I believe that Obama and the rest of the Democratic Socialist Communists think that the “imperialist” United States should not include Alaska and Hawaii.

Keep in mind that Obama was born a British subject, as the son of a British subject from a British colony.

I don’t know about you, but my earliest childhood memories are from roughly the age of three.

Keep in mind that Obama’s earliest childhood memories are of growing up in Indonesia, the worlds’ most populous Muslim nation, which had only become independent from Dutch colonists 16 years before Barack’s birth.

Barack Hussein Obama operates from an anti-colonial, anti-imperialist mindset, and has chosen, throughout his life, to associate with people who think the same way. Frank Marshall Davis, William Ayers, etc.

Also consider these articles from American Thinker:

April 23, 2009
American Imperialism, Obama Style
By James Lewis

April 24, 2009
Obama, Alinsky, and Scapegoats
By James Lewis

June 25, 2009
Obama, the African Colonial
By L.E. Ikenga

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25 Responses to Alaska, Obama, and Imperialism

  1. kaleokualoha says:

    What makes you “believe” that Obama thinks the United States should not include his birthplace, Hawaii?

  2. Obama’s “family friend” Bill Ayers wrote “Prairie Fire”.

    Here’s an interesting find from the “Prairie Fire” web site:
    Stolen Islands: Hawai`i Demands Sovereignty

    Obama has shown on more than one occasion that he thinks the U.S. has been “imperialistic”. He has spoken about how “[his] journey is part of a larger journey – one shared by all who’ve ever sought to … bring an Empire to its knees“.

    Get someone to ask him directly, “Do you believe Hawai`i should be a sovereign country, or a U.S. state?”

    I believe he would laugh and avoid answering the question.
    Which would tell you all you need to know.

    Kind of like when Joe Biden laughed and avoided answering the question about Marxism… see next comment…

  3. kaleokualoha says:

    Of course the United States has been imperialist. Although Native Americans and others objected, it was our “manifest destiny.” What does that have to do with a “belief” that “Obama thinks the United States should not include his birthplace, Hawaii.”

    Do you have any evidence of this, or is it pure speculation? Beliefs should be based on evidence, not speculation. As they say on CSI: Follow the evidence.

  4. Kaleokualoha,

    I must say that it’s interesting (to say the least) to have the son of Frank Marshall Davis commenting on my blog.

    Let me ask you, “Do you believe Hawai`i should be a sovereign country, not a U.S. state?”

  5. kaleokualoha says:

    You’ve done your homework!

    No., Hawaii is doing fine as a state. It’s losing its edge, however, for Asians tourism. That’s why I believe that Native Hawaiians should be granted exclusive rights in Hawaii, to the same extent that other Native Americans enjoy in tribal lands.

    Unfortunately, there was no sovereign nation when Americans took Hawaii. Not unlike Texas, a group of Anglos first created a sovereign republic, then were cordially annexed by the United States. Very slick!

    Native Hawaiians should be allowed to run casinos, like other Native Americans. People will be AMAZED at their sudden rise in wealth and status!

  6. kaleokualoha says:

    But you still haven’t answered my question: Please explain your “belief” that “Obama thinks the United States should not include his birthplace, Hawaii.”

    Do you have any evidence of this, or is it pure speculation? Beliefs should be based on evidence, not speculation. As they say on CSI: Follow the evidence.

    BTW: If you read the Redbaiting Barack Obama post on that blog, you would see that as an Air Force Intelligence Officer, I received specialized traing in deception analysis. This allows me analyze disinformation campaigns.

    Fresh off a close encounter with perhaps the greatest scourge to legitimate journalism, Cliff Kincaid’s ironically-named “Accuracy In Media” (AIM). They misled thousands of readers by propagating fraudulent memes regarding my father.

    Methinks Kincaid’s colleague, Max Friedman, is having second thoughts about his integrity. Check this out: http://pajamasmedia.com/phyllischesler/2009/05/31/judge-sonia-sotomayor-and-singing-sensation-susan-boyle/#comment-13017

  7. Please explain your “belief” that “Obama thinks the United States should not include his birthplace, Hawaii.”

    The best evidence will come directly from Obama himself. I’d like for him to answer the same question I asked you:

    “Do you believe Hawai`i should be a sovereign country, not a U.S. state?”

    Since you presumably have a relationship with Barry, why don’t you ask him to publicly share his answer to this question?

    As to currently available evidence, here is what the Communist Party USA has to say about Hawaii and colonial “empires”/imperialism:

    Other indigenous peoples, including Aleuts, Inuit, and native Hawaiians, have their own cultures and traditions. Hawaii, one of the most multi-racial states, had its independent monarchy overthrown by an invading army and was a colony of the U.S. for many decades. Native Hawaiians face national oppression in addition to the problems faced by Hawaii as a whole, with distinct language, cultural, and economic issues.

    The U.S., contrary to mythmaking in many U.S. histories, maintains several colonies around the world. To hide this fact, the government uses the term “protectorate” or “commonwealth” to describe the occupied nations. The U.S. maintains colonies in Guam, the Virgin Islands, and Samoa, whose populations have no vote, no say, and no sovereignty.

    Pacific Islanders also come from countries and lands with widely varying political and economic conditions, from colonies of the U. S. like Guam, to independent nations like Fiji, to hundreds of smaller islands which are still struggling to create and maintain their own national identities. Samoans, Fijians, Micronesians, and other Pacific Islander nationalities all face national discrimination and particular forms of racial discrimination.

    As more recent immigrants from Asia live in this country for longer periods, they increasingly face and understand the racial and national discrimination rife in the U. S., and increasingly struggle against that oppression. The national questions faced by Asian Americans are thus complex, varied, and need specific attention.

    With Marxism-Leninism guiding our actions, the Communist Party strives to build the broadest unity against global capitalist imperialism now headed by U.S. imperialism, for immediate gains and reforms that benefit working people, and for a progressive democratization of the government, the economy, and society of our country on the road to and after winning socialism.

    – From the Program of the Communist Party USA
    The Road to Socialism USA

    What comes after winning socialism? Communism. Lenin himself said so…

    The goal of socialism is communism.

    -Vladimir Lenin

    Bill Ayers on September 10, 2008:

    “The end of an empire is messy at best….

    and this one is ending like all the rest.” Randy Newman

    Obama has always had an affinity to Marxists, including your father.

    And even though the American Revolution was not about “bringing the British Empire to its knees”, Obama has made it clear that his “journey” is shared with people who think it was:

    But my journey is part of a larger journey – one shared by all who’ve ever sought to apply the values of their faith to our society. It’s a journey that takes us back to our nation’s founding, when none other than a UCC church inspired the Boston Tea Party and helped bring an Empire to its knees.

    Barack Obama
    A Politics of Conscience
    June 23, 2007

    I take that as pretty strong evidence that Obama shares the anti-Imperialist viewpoint of the Communist Party USA.

    No offense meant, but why don’t you use your “specialized traing in deception analysis” to analyze the “disinformation campaign” of Barack Hussein Obama?

  8. Kaleokualoha,

    I must say that it’s interesting (to say the least) to have the son of Frank Marshall Davis commenting on my blog.

    You’ve done your homework!

    I’m really curious… what brought you to my blog?

  9. Mark Kaleokualoha Davis,

    Was your father, Frank Marshall Davis, a mentor in your life?
    I would assume the answer is yes.

    Can you please compare and contrast your current political views with the Program and Constitution of the Communist Party USA?

    I ask this sincerely. I am very curious to hear how your views either agree or disagree with the views promoted by the Communist Party USA.

  10. kaleokualoha says:

    Of course he was a mentor, but he did not teach communism to me. He was not a collectivist, and I had no inkling that he may have joined the CPUSA until recently. I, too, am anti-imperial and anti-colonialist, but these attributes extend to people of conscience throughout the world. I believe in self-determination.

    He taught me critical thinking, and to look at other sides of controversial issues, such as during the Cuban missile crisis. Few people recognized that Russia wanted American missiles out of Turkey just as much as American wanted Russian missiles out of Cuba. Quid pro quo.

    That’s one reason that blogosphere misrepresentation of the Obama-Davis relationship is so absurd. However, my views are not the issue, although I reject communism in my blog. If you care enough to ask, then you should care enough to read. Beyond rejecting communism per se, I devote an entire post to the CPUSA idiot Alan Maki.

    Nevertheless, the question remains the source of your “belief” regarding Obama’s views. As I understand, you have NO empirical evidence that he thinks Hawaii should not be part of the United States. If I understand you correctly, you speculate that Obama believes this because Ayers or others MAY believe as much, and you believe Obama acquired this opinion by association with them. Is this true?

    I came to your blog because of my Google Alert for my father’s name. My mission is to challenge disinformation regarding the Obama-Davis relationship, spearheaded by conservative firebrand Cliff Kincaid’s “Accuracy In Media.”

    The AIM disinformation campaign consisted of a series of small lies fabricated to support the big lie that “His values, passed on to Obama, were those of a communist agent who pledged allegiance to Stalin” (see http://www.aim.org/aim-column/media-excuse-obamas-false-advertising ). A painstakingly documented analysis of Kincaid’s falsehoods is posted as “specific misrepresentation” at http://my.barackobama.com/page/community/post/Kaleokualoha/gGxdvX . I invite any person of integrity to refute my evidence against his body of lies. If he had authentic evidence of Davis’s radical influence, he would not need to fabricate such evidence.

  11. kaleokualoha,

    Thank you for your response. I am glad that you reject communism, and hope that you also reject socialism. As I have time, I will read what you have linked.

    Nevertheless, the question remains the source of your “belief” regarding Obama’s views. As I understand, you have NO empirical evidence that he thinks Hawaii should not be part of the United States. If I understand you correctly, you speculate that Obama believes this because Ayers or others MAY believe as much, and you believe Obama acquired this opinion by association with them. Is this true?

    My “belief” (call it “suspicion” if you prefer that word) regarding Obama’s views is impacted by his words here:

    …uh, because, you know, uh-uh, it is just wonderful to be back in Oregon, and over the last 15 months we’ve travelled, uh, to every corner of the United States. Uh, I’ve now been in fifty – … seven states, I think one left to go. Uh, one left to go. Uh, Alaska and Hawaii I was not allowed to go to, even though I really wanted to visit, but my staff would not, uh, justify it.

    Not allowed to go to“?

    Who’s in charge?

    Who really ran Obama’s Campaign?

    What is their agenda?

    Could it be “57 States [of the OIC] ?

    Just asking.

    As for Alaska and Hawaii, remember what Obama said:

    Uh, Alaska and Hawaii I was not allowed to go to, even though I really wanted to visit, but my staff would not, uh, justify it.

    Does a man who has “Judgement to Lead” this nation have to ask “his staff” if he’s allowed to visit Alaska and Hawaii?

    This strongly suggests that Obama is merely an empty suit, a shiny package put in front of the media, while other people behind the scenes really call the shots.

    Do the people behind Obama’s campaign [to whom Obama must ask permission to visit Alaska and Hawaii, and when they say, “No”, he says “I was not allowed to go”] think that Alaska and Hawaii should not belong to the United States?

    Of course Obama did eventually travel to Hawaii, in relation to his grandmother.

    But I’d love to see him travel to Alaska and voice his support of continued U.S. statehood for both Alaska and Hawaii.

    That would help put this issue to rest.

  12. kaleokualoha says:

    Thanks for your response regarding “belief” vs. “suspicion.”

    I reject collectivism, including both Marxist socialism and communism. Of course, Ayn Rand may have considered ANY mixed economy to be “socialist,” which incriminates every viable economy in the world. One should not use the word “socialist” so lightly, because it loses semantic value.

    The only unambiguous definition is the Marxist definition, which describes a collectivist economy. Some pundits consider any leftward movement on the mixed economy spectrum to be a move into “socialism,” regardless of the point of origin or destination. As Newsweek declared a couple of months ago, “We Are All Socialists Now.”

    “When I use a word,” Humpty Dumpty said in rather a scornful tone. “It means just what I choose it to mean – neither more or less.”
    “The question is,” said Alice, “whether you can make words mean so many different things.”
    “The question is,” said Humpty Dumpty, “which is to be master – that’s all.”
    Lewis Carroll
    English author & recreational mathematician (1832 – 1898)

  13. kaleokualoha,

    I am very happy to hear that you reject collectivism.

    Do you believe that the following Barack Obama quote reflects a support of collectivism?

    My individual salvation depends on our collective salvation.

    I can appreciate the fact that you are sensitive to what people say about your father, and your mission to challenge disinformation about him. That is why I am keenly interested in what you yourself have to say about both him and Barack Obama.

    I’m assuming that if Barack/Barry spent time around your father, there were at least a few times when you were there, too. Would you share about the interactions you have had with Obama over the course of your lifetime?

    If you have already written about that, please direct me to a link.

    Thanks,
    Red Pill

  14. kaleokualoha says:

    “Collectivism” in the economic sense is the principle of public ownership. “Collective” is also used in ways other than economics, including the “salvation” remark. Therefore, my answer is “no, it does not reflect a support of collectivism.”

    I never met Obama. I had already entered the Air Force in 1968, before my parents divorced and Obama met my father. The only evidence of their interaction is Obama’s book. Everything else is speculation.

    Because my father never tried to teach Marxism to me during my 18 years at home, I depend Professor Tidwell to explain his views. University of Kansas Professor Edgar Tidwell, editor of Davis’s books and researcher whom AIM’s Cliff Kincaid cites as “an expert on the life and writings of Davis,” dismisses misrepresentation of Davis’s influence in one simple paragraph:

    “Although my research indicates that Davis joined the CPUSA as a “closet member” during World War II, there is no evidence that he was a Stalinist, or even a Party member before WWII. Further, to those attempting to make the specious stand for the concrete, there is no evidence that he instructed Barack Obama in communist ideology. Frank Marshall Davis did NOT believe in overthrowing the USA. He was committed to what the nation professed to be. For him, communism was primarily an intellectual vehicle to achieve a political end-a possible tool for gaining the constitutional freedoms of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness for ALL Americans” (see http://my.barackobama.com/page/community/blog/Kaleokualoha ).

    Once again, my father was not a collectivist. I have challenged critics to justify claims that he advocated communism. Primary source documents reflecting his views are available on the Internet. He joined the CPUSA because membership had its benefits, not because he accepted collectivism.

  15. kaleokualoha says:

    According to Professor Tidwell, THESE were the “radical” goals of Frank Marshall Davis:

    (1) integration of armed forces

    (2) integration of AFL and CIO

    (3) fair wages and other benefits for workers

    (4) general dismantling of all laws supporting racial segregation

    (5) end to laws supporting anti-Semitism

    (6) end to atomic warfare

    (7) rights for soldiers in combat zones to vote in national elections

    (8) support for Fair Employment Practices Act

    (9) support for a broad United Nations (not just US and Great Britain
    forming a world power union)

    (10) end to restrictive covenants in real estate

    It’s pretty safe to say that most of these positions have been adopted by mainstream America. Frank Marshall Davis was not out of line. He was just ahead of his time.

  16. Ed Darrell says:

    And I asked, “Do the people behind Obama’s campaign … think that Alaska and Hawaii should not belong to the United States?

    No, they just remember Richard Nixon’s foolish pledge to campaign in all 50 states, and how the trips to Alaska and Hawaii cost him precious days near the end of the 1960 campaign.

    You don’t like Santayana, either, do you.

    Those who don’t know history are condemned to miss the point forever.

  17. Nice try Ed.

    Obama didn’t say, “I have decided not to go to Alaska.”

    Obama said:

    Uh, Alaska and Hawaii I was not allowed to go to, even though I really wanted to visit

    Quite a “leader”, eh?

  18. Guest says:

    Perhaps “kaleokualoha” is another one of Barry’s constructs. Who can say (which means, what I just wrote is, indeed, speculation but speculation based upon extensive observation of whoever-it-may-be who is posting the same grandiose and generalized (and unprovable) statements about his “father, Frank Marshall Davis”.

    Anyone can do a simple search of that user ID (“kaleokualoha”) and find both reprints of the same comments from one blog to another and more “original” comments that reduce to just about the same content across the internet: defaming others by lurid suggestions of ineptitude by bloggers, the American public, including an entire state of U.S. citizens (Hawaii, under ruse of promoting ‘returning Hawaii to Hawaiians’ and more of that insurrection talk based upon flimsy racial agitations).

    More, “kaleokualoha” posts comments on sites defaming site authors when and if they refer to Frank Marshall Davis as “a mentor” to Obama, despite the influence — which can be identified accurately as a mentor despite “kaleokualoha”‘s bitter dislike of reading about it. Using the intimidation factor of even the United States Air Force “Intelligence” organization or organizations, “kaleokualoha”
    spams sites attemting to intimidate and also to harass authors when they ‘dare to’ comment about any aspect that associates Obama with Frank Marshall Davis, despite statements in writing by Obama that there was, indeed, a relationship and that Davis was, indeed, a Communist.

    On another site, the site author confronted “k” with the available tools of lawsuits he might file against those who “k” deems are harming his father’s (FMDavis’) reputation. While, if one reads the extent of commenting BY “kaleokualoha” on various sites, it is clear that the defamation of individuals is being waged by “kaleokualoha”.

  19. Guest says:

    Moreover, “kaleokualoha” poses him or herself as an experienced “Intelligence Officer” which strikes me as odd — why use that to advertise oneself in commenting on blogs if not to either represent the military specifically (which I do not believe “kaleokualoha” does, that is, it does not appear that he/she is writing his comments as an official from the Air Force “Intelligence” Office or as an Officer of such but is using that reference about him or herself to intimidate others, which reveals corrupt motive, a lack of ethics if he/she is, indeed, such) or to mislead and intimidate others (which, that latter option, I believe is the appropriate one).

    “kaleokualoha” writes continuously on comment after comment, blog site after blog site, decidedly definitive declarations about what Frank Marshall Davis “was not” while it’s both possible and highly probable that, if “kaleokualoha” was, indeed, a child of Frank Marshall Davis, that Mr. Davis maintained a life of details and specifics that any child would not be fully aware of if aware of at all. Perhaps it is “kaleokualoha” who has an emotional need to hold the world to test because “kaleokualoha” fantasies of a bigger-than-actual father figure expose the unreality that he or she has been living with about that figure.

  20. Kaleokualoha says:

    My identity as Frank’s son can be confirmed by University of Kansas Professor Edgar Tidwell, editor of my father’s books. See http://my.barackobama.com/page/community/post/Kaleokualoha/gGx9n3

    Virtually all of my analysis is based on empirical evidence, not the specious spectulation of propagandists who misrepresent speculation as fact. My background as an Air Force Intelligence Officer is pertinent to these discussions because I have been TRAINED in deception analysis, QUITE useful in analyzing the disinformation campaign against the Davis-Obama relationship.

    My 2008 analysis of this disinformation campaign is at http://my.barackobama.com/page/community/post/Kaleokualoha/gGxdvX

    My updated analysis is at http://kaleokualoha2878577.newsvine.com/_news/2011/01/22/5896467-disinformation-against-the-obama-davis-relationship-10-april-2011 . Since there are undoubtedly some errors, I invite debate on any of the points raised!

    I also invite you to identify ANY bloggers whom I have allegedly “defamed.”

    “Truth is generally the best vindication against slander.”
    – Abraham Lincoln

  21. To the best of my knowledge, the commenter shown as “Kaleokualoha” here and “Mark” elsewhere (like here at the WTPOTUS blog), is Mark Kaleokualoha Davis, the son of Frank Marshall Davis.

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