The Wisdom of D’Souza

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The Wisdom of D’Souza

By Luis F. Brizuela Cruz

As we try to navigate the turbulent waters of the sea of disruption and destruction ensued by the Barack Hussein Obama administration, it is an opportune time to revisit one of the most accurate predictions of modern times.

Back in 2012, at the precise moment when Obama was marching undauntedly to his reelection, with the almost unanimous support of the media and more than half of a guilt-ridden, uninformed, decadent society, an Indian-American author and filmmaker was releasing a powerful and revealing documentary; 2016: Obama’s America. The man responsible for piecing together one of the most daring, substantiated, eerie and prophetic reportages in recent history is Dinesh D’Souza.

During the two plus years since the release of the film, those familiarized with its content have been able to verify and ratify the veracity behind the story and the dooming predictions made by D’Souza. But as it often happens with every attempt to expose any liberal misdeeds in these new United States of America -despite the authenticity and irrefutability of the theme- D’Souza’s work has been purposely obscured by the main stream left-wing media and the man himself has been kept at bay by strategic counter attacks deriving from the array of defenders of President Obama. Very few individuals outside the often bewildered and vanishing half of traditional and conservative America have had the interest or even the opportunity to explore the truths and projections of D’Souza’s documentary. Here is a synopsis about the author and his work:

Dinesh D’Souza was born in Bombay, presently Mumbai, India to catholic parents in 1961. After the completion of his 12th grade at Sydenham College in Bombay, he came to the United States as an exchange student and subsequently graduated from Dartmouth College with a B.A. in English. While at Dartmouth, D’Souza was the editor of a conservative monthly called The Prospect, which often criticized the affirmative action policies of the college.  After his Dartmouth years, D’Souza moved to Washington, D.C., where he was an editor for the conservative journal Policy Review from 1985 to 1987 and later an advisor to President Reagan in 1988.

The opening scene of 2016: Obama’s America illustrates two extremely similar hands corresponding respectively to President Obama and Dinesh D’Souza, as if to establish from the very beginning that there is no racial motivational component about the documentary; a masterful maneuver to prevent the relentless racial diatribe from the critics on the left. He goes on to explore comparisons between Obama’s upbringing and his own, establishing the motives and early influences which may have led Obama to develop his anti-colonialist views and his later rejection of American exceptionalism, eventually leading to his determination of transforming the United States.

The film, which is based on D’Souza’s book The Roots of Obama’s Rage (2010), moves on to expose the enormous influence of Obama’s estranged biological communist father on young Barack, as it is clearly revealed by President Obama himself in his book Dreams of my Father. Other influential characters that helped to mold the personality of the future leader of the free world include names of dubious distinctions such as Frank Marshall Davis, convicted terrorist Bill Ayers, anti-American preacher Jeremiah Wright, Edward Said and Roberto Unger. The socialist views of Obama’s mother Ann Dunham and his stepfather Lolo Soetoro, and even his grandparents on his mother’s side seemed to have played also a key part in developing the character of the future president who fundamentally exemplifies the antithesis of American values.

D’Souza brings his documentary to an end by projecting a dooming scenario for the America of the future, after Obama’s second term in office, should he be reelected –as he was in November 2012.

Mired in absolute chaos and confusion since day one, the Obama administration has managed to make eerily prophetic almost every point exposed by D’Souza throughout his compelling film. The never ceasing scandals, ranging from racially dividing postures at home, anti-American condemnations abroad and negligent procedures in the protection of our diplomats and returning injured warriors, along with the blatant government intrusion in the personal lives of citizens due to political partisanship have demonstrated the preconceived agenda of Obama and his administration.

In what may very well be the epitome of retaliatory behavior, it must be noted that Dinesh D’Souza has been under severe scrutiny and was indicted early this year for alleged political campaign fraud involving up to twenty thousand dollars. Threatened with possible imprisonment, D’Souza recently opted to plead guilty in hope that any jail sentence would be waived. Ironically, the Obama campaign has been found negligent of fraud in various occasions involving much larger amounts of money and democratic Senator Harry Reid is a repeat offender of such inadequacies, with all cases always been settled without much escalation. The individual in charge of the investigation and subsequent indictment of Dinesh D’Souza is fellow Indian-American district attorney Preet Bharara, an Obama appointee and donor. It has been speculated that Mr. Bharara could be the replacement of Attorney General Eric Holder, if and when it becomes absolutely impossible to continue exculpating Mr. Holder from all the complicity and irregularities that have plagued his tenure and he is ultimately fired or he is asked for his resignation by President Obama.

For those who have not watched 2016: Obama’s America, it is strongly recommended that you do. The damage predicted in the film by the Obama administration may already be irreversible in nature, but with two years left in his presidency, to remain uniformed and distracted are no longer viable options for the American citizenry.

Updated on May 23, 2014   All Rights Reserved

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