The movie features a one-hour and twenty-nine-minute monologue by Dinesh D'Souza, who directed the movie along with John Sullivan. D'Souza, you'll recall, is the immigrant from India who outed writer Sam Francis as the "new spirit of white bigotry." That led to Francis being fired from his position with the The Washington Times.
Although narrated by D'Souza, the movie contains a continuous flow of visual effects that engage the eyes and mind. Even the most devout Obamabots who despise D'Souza will appreciate the movie's stunning cinemantiques* and composition. The trailer provides an example.
D'Souza compares himself with Obama -- they were born the same year and were married the same year -- then wonders why Obama speaks so fondly of his father's influence when, in fact, the two only met briefly when Junior was a child living in Hawaii.
Surprise. Obama's adoptive Indonesian dad, Lolo Soetoro, turns out to be a pro-West good guy. That's why Barack's mom dumped him. D'Souza earlier recalled that Obama's parents met while taking a college-level Russian language class, a tip-off to Mom's enamourization* with Marxism.
The movie smothers the myth that the older Obama was a respected intellectual. Rather, he was a womanizing, polygamous alcoholic; and a bad driver to boot. Obama Sr. was responsible for killing a man in a traffic accident, lost his legs and then, later, was killed in another car crash.
D'Souza goes on to explains that Obama, Jr., was heavily influenced by his nut-case, leftist mother, and a series of men who served as father figures. All adhered to an extreme left-wing agenda.
Obama is portrayed as a man who hates the West for its abuse of third world nations during the age of colonialism. Furthermore, he's seen as embracing an agenda to reverse the trend. A key component to Obama's arsenal is running our nation into debt.
A highlight of the movie is D'Souza's interview with Obama's half-brother, George, who still lives in Kenya. As it turns out, George is not the bum the media portrayed him to be. Rather, he is an articulate and educated man who differs with his president-brother on the influence of colonialism.
George states outright that Kenya would be better off had the Europeans stayed a while longer. He notes that other post-colonial nations, such as Korea and Malaysia, are advancing while Kenya lingers economically. D'Souza figures that Obama has snubbed brother George because of their different world views.
D'Souza envisions a United States of Islam with Israel as its tiny target. Obama, he says, is pressing toward that end. Known for his evangelicalism, one could easily suspect that D'Souza is suggesting that Obama is the anti-Christ who is bringing about Armageddon.
* Kenn's neologisms
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