Friday 28 September 2012


Politics they say is a dirty game and when you are involved you better be expecting more than the usual in this game. Obama received a part of this dirty game when an anti-Obama documentary that claims the President's mother once posed for pornographic photos wearing bondage gear was released.
The shocking - and totally unfounded - claims made in the DVD represent a new low in the election dirty tricks war and are likely to trigger outrage in the White House.
'Dreams From My Real Father', made by a right-wing film-maker who is a long-time critic of Obama,  includes images of a woman it claims is the President's mother Ann Dunham clad in leather gloves, boots and a corset posing seductively on a couch.
The film also alleges that Mr Obama's real father is left wing poet poet and Communist party activist Frank Marshall Davis, and that Ms Dunham's marriage was a 'sham' to cover this up.
It has even won the support of Alabama's Republican Party chairman Bill Armistead who has said: 'That (the film) is absolutely frightening. I've seen it. I verified that it is factual, all of it. People can determine.'
'Dreams From My Real Father' claims that the President's family history is an elaborate lie

The real story is that his mother's marriage to Barack Obama Sr was a sham to cover up her affair with Mr Davis, who Mr Obama has referred to as his 'mentor'.
The 'Barack Obama' narrator says: 'My election was not a sudden political phenomenon.
'It was the culmination of an American socialist movement that my real father, Frank Marshall Davis, nurtured in Chicago and Hawaii, and has been quietly infiltrating the US economy, universities, and media for decades.'
The movie's director Joel Gilbert said the documentary was the result of two years of research but he is already facing allegations it is a dirty tricks campaign.
He has refused to reveal who has given him the funding to do so but it there is already speculation that Tea Party groups may have been behind it.
Mr Gilbert has been unapologetic about his film and said that he investigated the President because he thought he had a 'passion for class struggle that did not fit with his background'.

reference: dailymail

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