Ten years ago, I read a book by a little known author named Dinesh D’Souza. The book is “What is so Great About America?” I know what is good about America because I live it, but I wanted the perspective of a young man who came to America from India. He had to learn what is good the hard way. In my mind, he would re-educate me on that which I take for granted.
D’Souza’s book did not disappoint me. He learned very quickly the basic reasons the people of the world admire America, and why some want to destroy us because of our success. I won’t get into the details of the book except to say the word “LIBERTY,” plays a huge role in why America is great.
Yesterday, Peggy and I met up with a group of friends at the AMC movie-theater for the 11:45 a.m. showing of a film titled “2016: Obama’s America.” The movie is an excellent documentary based on D’Souza’s more recent book “The Roots of Obama’s Rage.”
Dinesh D’Souza is expert at unraveling Obama’s background from Obama’s book “Dreams From My Father,” and Obama’s flowery speeches designed to mask his true intentions. Throughout the film D’Souza explains from where Obama derives his ideas. D’Souza then ices the cake by showing us how Obama’s actions comply exactly with his policies. There is no doubt left in the viewer’s mind that the stated policy and the action are congruent.
There are some amazing scenes in the movie taken in India and Africa, in villages where people live in extreme conditions. My mind’s eye saw these scenes evolving in Chicago, New York, Los Angeles, and every city in America. It is not a pretty picture to imagine yet our current direction under Obama will lead us there.
D’Souza interviews Obama’s half brother George in Africa. George seemed like a nice man although somewhat shy about answering questions. George is the antithesis of Barack who answers questions endlessly as though his goal is to run out the clock. George answered in short concise phrases. George’s answer to one question in particular stayed with me. The question asked if Kenya was better off after it broke the colonial ties from Britain. George answered by citing other African countries like South Africa where whites have led longer, and who are better off than Kenya. (I’m sorry George, but isn’t that a bit racist?)
Another policy exposed is Obama’s desire to level the USA with the rest of the world in nuclear weapons. D’Souza displays a map of the world showing the number of nuclear warheads Obama is leading us to. The revealing graphic showed Russia with 1500 and the USA with zero. The Muslim countries had more nuclear weapons than America.
Near the end of the film we are sitting in a classroom full of first or second graders reciting and singing praises to Obama’s greatness.
The most shocking fact came near the end; a graph of the debt America will carry in the future. It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to understand that so much debt will lead us into a standard of living equal to that of the hovels and tin shanty villages of India and Kenya.
After the movie we went to lunch where eight of us discussed the film and its messages. Some thought the movie was long others like myself thought it went like the speed of light. After our discussions I concluded those who thought it long leaned toward the hope and change concept.
If you care about America, you must see this film to learn for yourself how Obama defines Hope and Change, then ask yourself is this the America I want?
- D’Souza Film Success Shocks Hollywood (rushlimbaugh.com)
- Barack Obama’s Brother Turns to Dinesh D’Souza in Time of Need (rushlimbaugh.com)
- ‘2016′: A Powerful Movie (frontpagemag.com)
- D’souza: Why The President’s Impoverished Brother Is ‘Ashamed’ Of The Name ‘Obama’ (thedaleygator.wordpress.com)
- Dinesh D’Souza chips in to assist president’s brother with medical bills (twitchy.com)
- 2016 Obama’s America: in theaters now | #2016TheMovie (stacyontheright.com)
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