“Peace Prize Obama” Campaigned in Kenya for Muslim Terrorist Cousin

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by Donald Joy

Don’t you remember? Most of America, of course, doesn’t. The mainstream media never told the masses. They were too busy fawning over the fraud who wound up being awarded the 2009 Nobel Peace Prize.

Sick irony, that. As the smoke clears and the body count mounts from the appalling Islamic terrorist attack on the shopping mall in Nairobi, Kenya, the fact that Obama had a personal hand in paving the way for groups like Al-Shabab to flourish in that part of Africa gets no coverage.

Those of us who pay attention to the real news know that in 2006, as a newly elected United States senator and rising star in the democrat party here, Barack Hussein Obama traveled to Kenya and illegally used his office (in violation of the Logan Act) to campaign for his cousin of the Luo tribe, Raila Odinga, who was running for president there.

Odinga wound up officially losing the 2007 election, but he and his socialist/Islamic Sharia platform hard-line supporters refused to accept the results.

Odinga’s faction already had an action plan in place in the event of their election defeat, and they carried it out with utter ruthlessness. They waged violent jihad against Christians, hacking them to death with machetes, and conducted a prolonged campaign of “ethnic cleansing” and murder, riots, and all kinds of terror, including the burning and total destruction of at least 80 Christian churches. The body count from that ”religion of peace” pogrom was in the thousands, with a half a million people displaced by the violence.

In the end, the presidential election winner and his party caved in to the relentless campaign of Odinga’s Muslim terrorists, which had enjoyed the tacit stamp of approval from the American official (who had, don’t forget, given the keynote address at the 2004 democrat national convention), senator Barack Obama.

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