Tuesday, November 04, 2008

“The Chubby Negro Child”

Barry Soetoro in Indonesia

Last week I posted a guest-article by our Flemish correspondent VH about Barry Soetoro — now more commonly known as Barack Hussein Obama — and his childhood in Indonesia. In his article, VH quoted from a childhood acquaintance of Barry’s, who recently said this about his friend:

All of Barry’s father’s relatives were religious Islamists. “We often previously asked him to the prayer room close to the house,” said Rony Amir, Barry’s teammate when living in H. Ramli Street, Jakarta.

No link was included for this quote, and a commenter asked for the source. VH has responded, indicating that he had translated the article from the Indonesian:
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The quote is from Rony Amir, Barry’s teammate/playmate when he was living in Jalan H Ramli (H Ramli Street, Jakarta), and is taken from the article US Senator RASA Indonesia / Bocah Negro Gemuk Itu Rajin Ke Mushala. Translated, this means: “US Senator with Indonesian flavour [or background] / The chubby Negro child was a diligent mosque visitor”). The link is here.

In these dark times there are few consolations to found, so I’ll take what meager comfort I can from picturing our president-elect as a “chubby Negro child”, the devout little Muslim boy growing up in Indonesia.

6 comments:

JohnLobenstein said...

09/11/2001 America attacked by al Qaeda.
11/04/2008 America died.

Conservative Swede said...

The Child! The One! Our precious one. We must protect the Precious. Must vote for the Precious. Precious! Precious!

One Chubby Negro Child to rule them all

...and in the darkness bind them.

JohnLobenstein said...

The ROP [Reid, Obama, Pelosi] will re-enact the [un]Fairness Doctrine.

Anyone using any of the newly identified 'code words' will be prosecuted for hate crimes.

The imagined totalitarian regime under George W. Bush will now become a reality.

B-HO will be tested.
HE WILL FAIL.

We, and civilized Western societies, are doomed. Freedom of thought and speech will be but distant memories.

Our concerns about the economy will become distant, fond memories of 'the good old days' as we struggle for mere subsistence level survival.

Anonymous said...

Thank you for making me laugh during this depressing time, Baron.

Erich said...

Thanks VH for supplying the source of that quote, and thanks Baron for posting this.

FutureLeader said...

Amazing.

A day after the US plunged itself into 4 years of dark times, this certainly made me smile.

Thanks Baron and VH - might be a while 'til that happens again.