In 1990, Barack Obama took his bride to be, Michelle with him when he went to Kenya to visit his father’s family. His family made a video of his trip. In that tape, Barack Obama showed his true feelings about white people:
“The story that was told when I was young was of the brilliant young African who had come America to learn the white man’s magic and then bring it back to Kenya to develop the country.”
“You learn a lot about the beauty of black people just being around a lot of black people, that feeling as if they’re all around you. And that in some sense you belong. Even though, ironically, a lot of Africans will look at black Americans and think they’re (inaudible), they’re white people.”
Obama was upset at the plight of blacks in Kenya:
“It makes me frustrated to see the blacks in Kenya don’t have more confidence in the possibility of shaping their own fate and their own destiny.”
“I’m deeply saddened by a sense that whites are still superior in this country, in some sense,” Obama continued, “that if you sit at a restaurant, they’re served before a Kenyan is served. If you go through customs, a white person is going to have an easier time going through customs. I’ve experienced, probably, the Kenyan side of it because there’s been times when I with Auma, my sister, who is obviously Kenyan, to a restaurant where we’d have problems getting served, or the waiters would be rude.”
After watching this video, you should no longer wonder when it was that Obama became the racist he is today.