Michelle Obama's Writings Display Disturbing Racism

Submitted by SadInAmerica on Mon, 04/21/2008 - 7:29pm.

After reading this article, Americans must ask... "˜Do we really want this woman in the White House'?

Just what kind of "change" is Barack Obama offering and just how much influence has his wife, Michelle had over him in their married life the past two decades? It appears that Michelle LaVaughn Robinson Obama does not look into a crowd of Obama supporters and see Americans. She sees black people and white people, eternally conflicted with one another.

In her senior thesis at Princeton University, Michelle LaVaughn, the future wife of the Democratic presidential candidate, stated that America was a nation founded on "crime and hatred." Moreover, she stated that whites in America were "ineradicably racist."

The 1985 thesis, entitled Princeton-Educated Blacks and the Black Community, was written under her maiden name, Michelle LaVaughn. Michelle Obama writes that the path she chose by attending Princeton would likely lead to her "further integration and/or assimilation into a white cultural and social structure that will only allow me to remain on the periphery of society, never becoming a full participant."

Not only does she see separate black and white societies in America, but emphatically elevates black over white in her world. As first lady, would she insist the White House be painted black? That's been a standard joke in this venue since the civil rights movement of the 1960s, but this next ominous quote from her thesis suggests that she would in fact urge her husband toward just such an extreme position.

"There was no doubt in my mind that as a member of the black community, I am obligated to this community and will utilize all of my present and future resources to benefit the black community first and foremost."

She seems to justify those feelings with what she claims to see on the other side of the issue: "Predominantly white universities like Princeton are socially and academically designed to cater to the needs of the white students, comprising the bulk of their enrollments."

Michelle added in her thesis that to "whites at Princeton, it often seems as if, to them, [I] will always be black first." However, it was reported by a fellow black classmate, "if those "˜whites at Princeton "˜ really saw Michelle as one who always would "˜be black first,' it seems that she gave them that impression."

Michelle Obama's poll of black alumni concludes that other black former students at Princeton do not share her obsession with blackness. But rather than celebrate, she is horrified that black alumni identify with our common American culture more than they value the color of their skins.

"I hoped that these findings would help me conclude that despite the high degree of identification with whites as a result of the educational and occupational path that black Princeton alumni follow, the alumni would still maintain a certain level of identification with the black community. However, these findings do not support this possibility," she wrote.

Most black alumni ignored her racist questionnaire. Only 89 students responded, out of 400 who were asked for input.

The thesis provides a trove of Mrs. Obama's thoughts and world view seen through a race-based prism. For a potential first lady, this is a very divisive view that would do untold damage to race relations in this country in a Barack Hussein Obama administration.

During this presidential election year in which the term "transparency" has been frequently bandied about, candidates have buried a number of potentially revealing documents and papers. In Hillary Rodham Clinton's case, there's been a clamoring for tax records, White House memos and other material the candidate's team has chosen to keep from release.

The 96-page, 1985 Princeton thesis, restricted from release by the school's Mudd Library, has also been the subject of recent scrutiny. Commentator Jonah Goldberg remarked on National Review Online, "A reader in the know informs me that Michelle Obama's thesis is unavailable until Nov. 5, 2008, at the Princeton library. I wonder why."

"Why a restricted thesis?" asked Pastor Louis Lapides on his website, Thinking Outside the Blog. "Is the concern based on what's in the thesis? Will Michelle Obama appear to be too black for white America or not black enough for black America?"

Will an Obama administration really offer constructive "change" or just an intellectually refined racism?

Pat Shannan - April 21, 2008 - posted at www.americanfreepress.net

Pat Shannan is the assistant editor of American Free Press. He has been working in the alternative news business for more than 30 years.


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Kahoneez (not verified) | Fri, 06/12/2009 - 7:04pm

What is apparent to me is , the amazing transformation of M.O. and having not gone to collage , I can only assume like minds , gravitate to each other , with Barack sharing many of the same ideas .

Are they sticking it to the man , by becoming the man or are they so desperate for power or status , that they have compromised their original beliefs . Personally I would rather see a little more radicalism in the white house , than the empty suit globalist , that believes in indefinite imprisonment , warrant less wiretapping , kidnappings (aka renditions), expanded war and occupation of Afghanistan and Pakistan ( & the killing of more brown people ), the attack on Organic Farming by the Gov. & Monsanto , while Michelle does her devious & calculated photo op.

It seems both have gone down the same road as Colin Powell , joining the " white security community " , and more than happy to bomb brown people , to fuel Imperial growth .

Somebody made them an offer they couldn't refuse , to discard their Dashiki and except some cool Brooks Brothers .

Anonymous (not verified) | Thu, 06/11/2009 - 8:54pm

One of her questions seems to be once a Black person climbs up the ladder will they then turn around and freely help those less fortunate Blacks climb up the ladder behind them. She seems to answer her own question, as on a broad scale the answer is no.

An example would be in the area of organ and tissue donation. It is a well documented fact that the majority of those people in the US needing kidney transplants are Black, yet the majority of kidney donors are white; even though it is also a well documented fact that due to slight genetic variations white kidney transplanted into blacks do not last as long as black kidneys transplanted into blacks. Thus the need for repeat transplants, and the severe shortage of organs and tissues in this country.

There have only been possibly two locations in the United States where Black organ and tissue donation has been above a slightly low average. Bottom line is the Blacks do not donate to help Blacks. If they won't reach back to help their own in life and death issues, what motivation is there for them to reach back to help their own climb up the ladder. For every Kidney patient in this country needing transplants there has always been a white donor. There have been almost no Black donors.

I speak as the Executive Director of an Organ & Tissue Procurement Agency. This topic is important because President Obama is making much out of the fact that it is 20% of the population using up 80% of the critical medical resources, and Kidney Transplants are fully paid for by the Federal Government. The tax payers are paying for kidney transplants for people who could have mostly avoided the need for a transplant by merely caring for themselves better.

Aside from that Ms. Obama's thesis was really poorly written, and one might well ask the question as to whether she benefited directly from a series of free rides at Princeton & elsewhere. She well knew the answers to the questions in her thesis before she asked them. If not then the fact that not many Black Alumni responded to her questionaire should have told her something.

Anonymous | Tue, 05/06/2008 - 1:17pm

...definately something to think about. However a Thesis - is just that some "theory" that the student tries to prove. Apparently she didn't prove it. And by the way - when doing any kind of survey, mail-out, etc a 22% return is damn good! Typically, you're lucky to get a response from 10% of your mailed-out surveys. But I must ask, why is the current standard society of white over black OK, but the reverse -black over white- is not? What are you afraid might happen if another race were to be the majority? It seems that only if you know you have been less than humanitarian to others, would you be afraid of some type of retaliation should the tables be turned.