Skip to comments.AP Interview: Obama's brother writes about abuse
Posted on 12/18/2013 11:30:58 PM PST by Cincinatus' Wife
"...................The book recounts Ndesandjo's first encounter with Obama, who was visiting Kenya in 1988. They did not hit it off.
"Barack thought I was too white and I thought he was too black," Ndesandjo said. "He was an American searching for his African roots, I was a Kenyan, I'm an American but I was living in Kenya, searching for my white roots."
The 500-page book includes an appendix listing a number of alleged factual errors in Obama's 1995 memoir, "Dreams from my Father," such as quotes incorrectly attributed to Ndesandjo's mother.
"It's a correction. A lot of the stuff that Barack wrote is wrong in that book and I can understand that because to me for him the book was a tool for fashioning an identity and he was using composites," Ndesandjo said.
"I wanted to bring it up because first of all I wanted the record to be straight. I wanted to tell my own story, not let people tell it for me," he said.
(Excerpt) Read more at chron.com ...
Barack didn’t write those books.
He’s calling Hussein a liar.
I believe I read that Ayers now admits to writing Dreams of My Father.
Thanks Cincinatus’ Wife.
Here’s a link to RealClearPolitics with Ayers saying he wrote Dreams of My Father
Better go brew some coffee and warm up the Magic Race Ball.
So we now know Hussein is a RACIST...He thought his brother was too WHITE.
“....confirms they have never seen eye-to-eye because ‘Barack thought I was too white and I thought he was too black.”
Can you imagine telling, as an example, to Jesse Jackson I think you are too black, or Ophra Windnbag you are not white enough? They would be leading riots.
The OBAMA family is RACIST...writen black on white in the book.I am surprised it is writen on white paper.
So, this guy is STILL alive? The Clintons wouldn’t have let that happen.
He sarcastically admitted it. If Jack Cashill is honest, or his research is valid, then I believe Ayers wrote at least one of the books.
'Barack thought I was too white and I thought he was too black,' Ndesandjo said. 'He was an American searching for his African roots.
He was referring to CULTURE, which btw is the title of the book
He goes on to say:
'I was a Kenyan, I'm an American but I was living in Kenya, searching for my white roots.'
There's nothing remotely racist about any of that. They are questions of CULTURE as was the motivation for the title of the book.
The Daily Mail caption reads:
Troubled childhood: The President's half brother Mark Obama Ndesandjo as a baby with his mother Stanley Ann Dunham. Mark claims his father once held a knife to her throat
And here's the little family in Kenya. Ruth is holding Mark - he's about one year old. But who is the dark boy who appears to be about five and is tall enough to reach to her waist?
He looks an awful lot like the little boy sitting beside zero who seems to be not much younger than the dark boy. Maybe they were both born in 1961?
Question is, which one might have been the son of the kenyan student, and who was his mother?
what did this useless choomer ever do?