Gates Foundation, Carnegie Corporation, New York Times, CDC lending support: Libya Syndrome?
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It turns out that another journalist is present on this trip. A fellow Brit named Julia Manning of the Daily Mail. Ms. Manning digs out a memorable quote from Granny Sarah when asking how men should treat their wives. Replies Sarah:
“The disobedient wives should be beaten.”
Startled, Manning makes sure of what she thinks all these foreign journalists sent by the IRP and funded by the Gates Foundation have just heard. Did Granny Sarah just say it was fine and dandy for men to beat their wives? Replies a casually steely Granny Sarah:
“Yeah, they should be beaten.”
Martin Robbins is now beside himself. How can this be? Barack Obama’s own grandmother believes in the physical abuse of women? One can almost see Robbins’ brain shivering in un-comprehension.
Does Robbins get it? Well, no. Not once does it dawn on Robbins that there is a direct connection between this lovely senior celebrity African woman — and Sharia. Which specifically advocates wife-beating.
There is not a single mention of Sharia in Robbins piece.
Neither is there a word about Sharia from the Carnegie Corporation. Carnegie funded Tulane University’s Laura Murphy as a Carnegie Corporation of New York Social Entrepreneurship Professor. And sent her straight to Mama Sarah’s door where, Murphy excitedly reported, she talked with Mama Sarah about their “mutual interest in kitchen gardens and using good nutrition and herbal medicine to treat infection — just one of the many challenges facing AIDS-affected families and children in the region.”
Whether Professor Murphy shares an interest in sending those “children in the region” off to learn about wife beating, stoning women and killing gays Carnegie does not report.
Nor is there a whisper of the Obama Sharia connection from the Catholic Relief Services. The CRS has an absolutely gushing report on Mama Sarah here. Among the superlatives (“Humanitarian”) comes the news that the CRS is “partnering” with Mama Sarah. Partnering in what? Apparently in a program to grow “cassava” ( a potato-like plant) funded by… the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
Greenpeace, the far-left environmental group, was so wild about Granny Sarah that they sent a team to install solar panels on her roof. Posting an excited story headlined: “Yes We Can! Mama Obama Loves Solar Power!”
Last but not least in this circus is the U.S. government’s Centers for Disease Control. It is the CDC that provided the IRP journalists funded by Bill Gates with, in Robbins words, a “stereotypically American convoy of five bright white trucks” to whisk the IRP journalists to Mama Obama’s door.
Does anyone wonder why the Libyan furor has erupted? Does anyone wonder why, as reported here, former State Department security officer Eric Nordstrom said that trying and failing repeatedly to get security for the American Consulate in Benghazi had convinced him “the Taliban is on the inside of the building”? Meaning inside the U.S. State Department?
What is happening with the Mama Sarah Obama Children Foundation is a perfect example of what the Center for Security Policy means when it says that:
A man of faith in a godless age is hitting Americans where it hurts.
Mr. and Mrs. American Spectator Reader, let P.J. O’Rourke talk sense to your kids.
In Britain, defending your property can get you life.
It won’t take long for conservatives to scratch this presidential wannabe off their 2008 scorecard.
Was the President done in by the economy, or by the politics of the economy?
H/T to National Review Online