Tuesday, December 11, 2007

Kenya Needs Barack Obama More Than America

Kenya needs Barack Obama more than America.

Obama should honour the will of his late father by returning to his fatherland and become the President of Kenya.

I do not even know why Africans would do anything to deny serving their fatherland to play to the gallery of America.

Yes, Oprah Winfrey is bona fide Afrcan American since Kunta Kinte, but this Barack Obama guy is only an African American by default.
His father was Kenyan, born and bred and died in Kenya and by our African tradition, the first son must live and carry the heirloom of the Kenyan Father in Kenya and not claiming another fatherland, because he looks down on his own fatherland in Africa.
Obama should come back home.
All African immigrants should be sent back to Africa to join proud Africans like Orikinla to develop Africa.

Barack Husseiin Obama, come back home to Kenya.
We need you more than America.
Come back and become the chief of your father's village and marry more wives.

The only African Americans I recognize are the descendants of Alex Haley's Kunta Kinte.
Any African American whose greatgrand-parents did not pick cotton or work in the sugar cane plantations, should never be called an African American.

The Green Card is becoming FFA (free for all) these days that even Osama bin Laden can become an American tomorrow?


Anonymous said...

It's exactly this kind of shallow thinking that Kenya and most certainly America could do without. Barack Obama's citizenship is obviously not in contention. As to whether or not he's African-American, that's of little sigificance to Americans and certainly of no significance to Kenyans.

I would recommend that next time you do some research on your subject before posting comments that are short on detail and long on rhetoric.

Vamos, South Calorina

Orikinla Osinachi. said...

this is a tongue-in-cheek commentary on Senator Barack Obama and he would understand the political satire more than you.

Cheers and God bless.

Anonymous said...

I am a Kenyan and I cannot believe there are still people on earth that think like this! I won't even give this blog my time.