Africans Loyalty to Obama, their Abusive Step-Brother

I find it extremely troubling that many Africans on the continent and people of African descent in the diaspora chant, “Obama is our African brother” or “Obama, I got your back”! I can’t help but to wonder whether Africans/ black people: are blinded by the fact that he is “black”, are not paying attention to the president’s foreign politices and, are desperate to identify with a hero.During Obama’s inauguration in 2008,many Africans were thrilled by the fact that a biracial man with African blood is holding the highest leadership position in a country that constantly exploits and bullies them. Africans hoped and prayed that he would use his office to introduce and implement foreign politices that could benefit them on a larger scale.

On the contrary the last four years of the Obama administration was far from “enjoyment”.

1. On his first official visit to the African continent, he blasted African leaders,blaming them for the woes of the continent. Yes, he was partly right but he blatantly ignored the role United States of America and its allies constantly play in under-developing Africa. For example America played a leading role in killing our self-less and revolutionary leaders such as Thomas Sankara of Burkina Faso, Patrice Lumumba of Congo and Muammar Muhammad Abu Minyar al-Gaddafi of Libya etc and support dictators: Yoweri Kaguta Museveni of Ugandan, Paul Kagame of Rwanda, Alassane Ouattara of Ivory Coast etc that work for America’s interests. Everytime Africans try to assert their autonomy, they are undermined by America or other Western powers.

Ghanaian women welcome President Obama

2. Obama uses his black skin and the gullibility of many African people as opportunity to promote American imperialism and recolonization of Africa through the United States Africa Command ( Africom/ USAAfricom).He has deplored to occupy the continent. Any sensible and progressive leader would object to this project. Unfortunately some African leaders like the American ally, the so called first female President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf of Liberia welcomed this recolonization even though many Liberians and African leaders are strongly against it.

3. War, War, and more War! The Obama administration has imposed it’s “war on terror” on African countries such as Kenya, Somalia, Sudan, Mali, Ivory, Libya and Nigeria.

4. Forcing Africans to accept Genetically Modified Organism (GMO) seeds and food,instead of supporting and encouraging African leaders to subsidized their local farmers to grow larger quantity of local organic crops that are much more healthier for the people.

Impact of GMO in human beings: extreme fatness ( obesity), heart disease, cancer etc. Below is a picture of rats that were fed GMO food…

Top GMO foods

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Additional Information

1. “African voices on AFRICOM” ….u-s-militarism-in-africa-humanitarian-missions-or-imperialist-aggression 47047

2. President Obama in Ghana, read and listen to his speech here…A-New-Moment-of-Promise-in-Africa

3.”U.S. Militarism In Africa: Humanitarian Missions Or Imperialist Aggression?”….5303230

4.”African Perspectives on Genetically Modified Crops Assessing the Debate in Zambia, Kenya, and South Africa” …100701_Cooke_AfricaGMOs_WEB.pdf

5. “Horrific Results of New GMO Food Study Reveal Obama Has Abandoned FDA Regulation to Chemical Industry Profits, Says Occupy Monsanto”…horrific-results-of-new-gmo-food-study-reveal-obama-has-abandoned-fda-regulation-to-chemical-industry-profits-says-occupy-monsanto-170364666.html

6.”Obama opens door to Africa for Monsanto”…036008_Obama_Monsanto_Africa.html

7. Website of Africom…www.africom.mil

8. “New Research: GMO Food Far Worse Than We Think” new-research-gmo-food-far-worse-than-we.html

9. “Hungary Destroys All Monsanto GMO Corn Fields” hungary-destroys-all-monsanto-gmo-corn-fields.aspx?np=true

10. “AFRICOM News – US Joins Coalition Operations in Libya”….watch?v=h3kKP9k8dO8

11. “Cynthia McKinney – Oppose Africom”…watch?v=sDGOMY4gNVQ&feature=related

12 What is Africom?…..watch?v=JRCZk8mM1EU&feature=related

13.
14. ” [Kenyan ]Cabinet Wants GMO’s Foods Banned”….5515-cabinet-wants-gmos-foods-banned

14.”Revealed: Monsanto GM corn caused tumors in rats” monsanto-rats-tumor-france-531

15. “America’s Secret War in Africa: Spreading drone warfare throughout Africa” ….5307958

16. “Does Rejecting Obama mean supporting Romney?” by Dr. Kwame Zulu Shabazz…..imperfect-black.blogspot.com

17. Read this classic book by Chinweizu titled, “The West and the Rest of Us”

18.

GMO map

GMO map

13 thoughts on “Africans Loyalty to Obama, their Abusive Step-Brother

  1. Sounds like a lot of complaining…black this black that African this African that you ppl need to wake up.When will you ppl learn to do things for yourself I hate reading trash like this

    • Is it possible for you to point exactly what you find as “complains” from this piece? And how do you know that Africans are not doing anything to rebuild their lives post-colonialism?

  2. Thank you for posting this piece. I am learning and studying Africa, and Africans in the diaspora, from a very knowledgeable professor who is Ghanaian. I appreciate the information you provide, and I feel sad that you must respond to ignorant people like anonymous above. Please know that there are Americans listening, and unless you continue your important blog, I would not have other perspectives. I don’t hear complaints. I hear conditions and important issues that will only change with the help of blogs like yours.

    • @Ailene,

      It was my pleasure writing this piece and I am happy to hear that you appreciate my little effort. Yes, you are right that I had to respond to anonymous but then again it is good to have folks like him/her they push me to do more research by doing that I could provide a coherent, well thought piece. Thank you for the words of encouragement, I hope your classes are going well feel free to drop by if you have questions about all things Africa ( continental/ diaspora/ pan-africa etc) it is my area of speciality. Until then,

      take it easy.

  3. Good day! This post couldn’t be written any better! Reading through this post reminds me of my old room mate! He always kept talking about this. I will forward this write-up to him. Fairly certain he will have a good read. Many thanks for sharing!

    • Greetings Lola, I hope you are having a wonderful day! It was painful writing this but Africans/ Blacks worldwide ought to have the information, just because someone is half-black doesn’t mean they have Africans/Blacks’ interest at heart. President Obama is the perfect example! Africans should always fight for Africa, if their sons and daughters are not keeping with the tradition/ loyalty of Africans they are to be ignored.

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