June 23, 2015
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Barack Obama, the African tribesman who is currently serving as the President of the United States of America as part of a sick Jewish practical joke on the entire planet, recently appeared on the WTF podcast with Marc Mahon.
Marc Mahon is a Jew comedian, and “WTF” is an acronym for “What the fuck?” – as in “we have a Black President – WTF?”
Obama is uber edgy, appearing on a podcast which contains the most bad cuss word in its title in a greasy Jew’s garage.
On the podcast, Barack Hussein Obama (actual name) discussed something which is important to both Blacks and Jews, and that is the evil of White men.
The Obama quote from the show being given as a headline by many news outlets is “we are not cured.” This is a reference he makes to the “disease” of racism in America. Obama has continually used the term “we” when referring to problems he has with White people, a sort of NLP trick – as if he is himself struggling with being racist against Blacks. What he actually means is “you White people are not cured, and it is my job to force this medicine down your throat.”
Here are the full quotes, following the Jew’s question about racism in America:
Obama: I always tell young people in particular: ‘Do not say that nothing’s changed when it comes to race in America — unless you’ve lived through being a black man in the 1950s, or ’60s, or ’70s. It is incontrovertible that race relations have improved significantly during my lifetime and yours, and that opportunities have opened up, and that attitudes have changed. That is a fact.
What is also true is that the legacy of slavery, Jim Crow, discrimination in almost every institution of our lives — you know, that casts a long shadow. And that’s still part of our DNA that’s passed on. We’re not cured of it.
Obama: Racism. We are not cured of it. And it’s not just a matter of it not being polite to say ‘nigger’ in public. That’s not the measure of whether racism still exists or not. It’s not just a matter of overt discrimination. Societies don’t overnight completely erase everything that happened 200-300 years prior.
So what I tried to describe in the Selma speech that I gave, commemorating the march there, was, again, a notion that progress is real, and we have to take hope from that progress. But what is also real is that the march isn’t over, and the work is not yet completed. And then our job is to try in very concrete ways to figure out, what more can we do?”
Racism is part of our DNA, he says. Interesting. I guess that would be true of him as well, since half of his DNA is White. Either he used that term because it makes it make more sense that he includes himself with a “we,” or because he wants to imply the White race is genetically defective. Most likely he used it for both reasons. A very calculated statement, for certain.