About The Anti-American President
Why would the president of the free world seek to destroy the greatest nation on earth? Barack Obama's history clearly explains his present actions and aids in predicting his future behavior. Unfortunately for America, his past is filled with Marxist indoctrination, associations, and perhaps most significantly, a Marxist hero—his father.
Barack Hussein Obama Sr., our president's father, was a Kenyan revolutionary who believed that Western society was evil and needed to be overthrown to restore equity to Africa and the world. His solution was Marxism. Obama Sr.'s life was dedicated to spreading socialism—and even communism. Our president, Barack Hussein Obama, Jr., has the same life mission. If you don't believe it, his own words will erase any disbelieve.
The first chapter of The Anti-American President goes into great depth about the Marxist foundations of the Obama family. The next chapters explain what Obama has already done during his short time in office to fulfill his father's "dreams."
President Obama's words and actions clearly show his disdain for the American way of life. His goal is to replace free enterprise with a Marxist system. To prove this fact, The Anti-American President, details twelve ways our current president is intentionally destroying our current system.
For example, Obama intends to overturn capitalism through taxation and the redistribution of wealth. Under Obama—in less than three years—there are already 41 new or increased taxes. The intent is to take power from the people and give it to the government.
Obama believed that the economic stresses of the Carter years meant revolution was imminent. The election of Reagan was simply a minor set-back in terms of the coming revolution, recalled John Drew, a college associate. He stated that Obama repeatedly used the phrase "When the revolution comes. . . . There's going to be a revolution." "We need to be organized and grow the movement. . . .” This sounds eerily like the current calls for revolution and overturning the current system in the "Occupy Wall Street" movement.