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Friday, October 31, 2008

Did Frank Marshall Davis Sell Cocaine With Obama?

Long time Communist Party member Frank Marshall Davis mentored the young Barack Obama.

What kind of influence did Davis have on Obama?

Author of The Obama Nation, Jerome Corsi writes on World Net Daily

HONOLULU, Hawaii – The late Marxist activist Frank Marshall Davis, frequently accompanied by young Barack Obama and his grandfather Stanley Armour Dunham, sold marijuana and cocaine from a "Chicago style" hot dog cart Davis operated near his home on Kuhio Avenue in Waikiki in the early 1970s, WND has established.

A credible source, a well-known resident of Honolulu who spoke at length with WND on condition he not be named, disclosed that Davis was the source of drugs consumed by Obama. Davis was also the author of an autobiographical novel boasting of "swinging" and sex with minors, a copy of which WND obtained from Andrew Walden, a resident of Hilo on the island of Hawaii and publisher of the Hawaii Free Press.

Obama, in his autobiographical book "Dreams from My Father," discloses that he used both marijuana and cocaine as a high school student living with his grandparents in their Honolulu apartment.

The source said that on more than a dozen occasions he purchased "8-balls" consisting of approximately 3.6 grams of cocaine from Davis at the hot dog stand when Obama was present.


Read the whole article, follow the links. Very interesting.

13 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks for your work exposing the horror that is Obama, Trevor. With the prospect of Obama taking power and bring communism to the US many Americans, especially those who have been critical of the Obama machine, are thinking of possible bolt holes in case things get very ugly very fast. Do you think that your party Act would be sympathetic to Americans ewanting to flee Obama's rule and settle in NZ? There might be more than a few of us, but we might need something like refugee status if we are forced to flee very promptly. Do you think you could as a senior member of Act enquire about the possibility that a government including our party might offer sanctuary?

Tyrone

9:57 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

PS one hope that we do have is that the army might step in to stop Obama from destroying the country. Polls show massive opposition to the Obama machine inside the military. When a soldier has an evil or incompetent commander he has a duty to refuse orders. A peaceful coup might be on the cards if Obama shows his true face. What do you think Trevor? Am I hoping in vain? Just a thought.

Tyrone

10:00 AM  
Anonymous Dawn Patrol said...

Obama wants to spend loads of money (500 billion?) creating a Civilian National Security Force.

"We cannot continue to rely only on our military in order to achieve the national security objectives that we've set. We've got to have a civilian national security force that's just as powerful, just as strong, just as well funded."

Why? I have two words: >

Posse Comitatus

2:07 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am another American and yes I worry about forced conversion to Uslam abolition of priavte property and civil rights for blacks only in a few weeks time. Obama openly stands for all these things. Stock up on the lead.

2:35 PM  
Anonymous Mark Kaleokualoha Davis said...

More of Corsi's "Unfit for Publication" falsehoods, I'm afraid. Here are some inconvenient truths for your readers, my friend:

Corsi's "source" claimed that Frank Marshall Davis sold drugs out of a hot dog cart in the 1970's. That is patently absurd, because hot dog carts did not appear in Honoulu until the 1980's, according to http://www.allbusiness.com/north-america/united-states-hawaii/404966-1.html. The prospect of an old man (Davis was born in 1905!) pushing a hot dog cart around is not very credible, especially when Davis was handicapped from phlebitis. Further, his Koa Cottage apartment had no storage space or garage.

Davis wrote a SEMI-autobiographical novel, not an "autobiographical novel," as claimed by Corsi. There is a difference. "Semi-autobiographical" means "1. pertaining to or being a fictionalized account of an author's own life. 2. pertaining to or being a work of fiction strongly influenced by events in an author's life." Further, scandalous memoirs such as "Sex Rebel: Black (Memoirs of a Gash Gourmet)" have been a literary genre for centuries. According to Wikipedia, such fictional novels are allegedly factual, but are largely invented. The title, alone, qualifies it as a "scandalous memoir."

In an honest evaluation, these conditions should protect the author from literal interpretation. Unfortunately, Davis's accusers are dishonest. Like Mike Nifong, the disgraced ex-D.A. in the Duke lacrosse case, their campaign to demonize their target ignores exculpatory evidence in their reckless rush to judgment. In order to smear Barack Obama through guilt-by-association with Frank Marshall Davis, they are virtually lynching Davis by grossly misrepresenting his character and influence.

We can now add Jerome Corsi to the list of bloggers whose zeal exceeds their integrity in the disinformation campaign to smear Barack Obama through Frank Marshall Davis. The campaign consists of a series of small lies fabricated to support the big lie that "His values, passed on to Obama, were those of a communist agent who pledged allegiance to Stalin" (see http://www.aim.org/aim-column/media-excuse-obamas-false-advertising/). If critics had actual proof of Davis's negative influence, there would be no reason to fabricate evidence. Frank Marshall Davis was almost lynched as a young boy. I cannot allow history to repeat itself.

Fortunately, Uncle Sam trained me to recognize and refute such lies. I am a retired Air Force Intelligence Officer, with specific CIA training in Deception Analysis at "The Farm" in 1989. Their "specific misrepresentation" is documented at http://my.barackobama.com/page/community/post/Kaleokualoha/gGxdvX, and I invite your readers of integrity to review my proof of deliberate misrepresentation. Please refute my analysis, if possible. I believe you will find that the case for AIM disinformation is ironclad.

2:48 PM  
Anonymous Mark Kaleokualoha Davis said...

Minor correction: There apparently were a few carts in the 1970's, but they were not widespread until the 1980's in Honolulu.

11:11 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

So hes a crack head?

Might as well just come out and say it Trevor, Obama is a nigger.

Say it, you will feel better for it to just get it out there instead of posting pages and pages of innuendo skirting around the real issue hiding beneath the surface.

3:10 PM  
Blogger Blair Anderson said...

While it may or may not be true as to Obama's partaking of social intoxicants (experiential or otherwise) or as to the source of said drugs (always best from a trusted source), Obama can be held in high regard for at least acknowledging the reality, that he enjoyed them "and inhaled, that was the point!".

Not so however can I mitigate the 'Uncle Tom' that we see today. Obama has failed in his 'need for change' dialog in not going there on drug issues. It is a racist, classist law in application and effect. His silence given the fiscal 'trillion dollar boondoggle' downside in these pressing times and the impact on law and order...(and UNGASS review) is squeamish, but like New Zealand's pretense around 'bottom lines' pre-MMP election journalism on this subject seems internationaly afflicted.

We are the only democratic nation on the planet for whom two consecutive MMP arangements have had as there bottom line "thou shalt not talk about cannabis". This being one for four criteria for 'confidence and supply (access to treasury cheque account) makes us and our forth estate look patently inane.

Will no one ask ANY of the leaders major or minor of their post election intentions?

Cannabis issues defined the outcome of the 96, 99, 02, and 05 elections...(ask Jenny Shipley!) are we politicaly stupid?

There is UNGASS review in March09 and a NZ Law Commission review 'in progress' - tell me there is no context to the question?

10:43 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

My girlfriend attended Punahou School during the late 70s and she said she bought coke from Obama right on the school campus. Now the drug Obama is selling is HOPE, and Americans are waiting in line to get some.

4:34 AM  
Blogger Trevor Loudon said...

Thanks anon-without "outing" your girlfriend can you give me a little more info on how he allegedly worked.

Was it just to a small circle of friends, any idea where the stuff came from, were these alleged activities well known around the school etc?

Any further info may prove valuable down the track.

Thanks

8:37 AM  
Anonymous Mark said...

Would this girlfriend be willing to sign a deposition to this effect, and be willing to take a polygraph to ascertain her truthfulness?

6:07 PM  
Anonymous Mark Kaleokualoha Davis said...

The same deposition/polygraph challenge should be made to Corsi's "source" of Davis's hot dog cart allegation. When challenged in this manner, such "sources" often disappear into thin air because they were always artificial constructs.

From my "Right-Wing Fantasyland" post at http://my.barackobama.com/page/community/post/Kaleokualoha/gG59cf: "Jumping to conclusions seems to be quite common in the fantasyland of the right-wing blogosphere. When asked to substantiate their conclusions, we may encounter bluster, red herrings, and ad hominem attacks more often than rational, focused answers."

The victory of Barack Obama suggests that rational people are more and more able to see through the falsehoods of people such as Corsi and Cliff Kincaid. I have challenged anyone to disprove my painstaking deconstruction of lies regarding Frank Marshall Davis. Although Trevor Loudon has at least been cordial, neither he nor the "Lord of the Lies" Cliff Kincaid have refuted even one of my documented "specific misrepresentation" items (at http://my.barackobama.com/page/community/post/Kaleokualoha/gG59cf).

The challenge still stands. It all boils down to integrity, or the lack thereof!

8:38 PM  
Anonymous Mark said...

Aw, c'mon guys! Not even ONE attempt at refutation? Many folks have reviewed the evidence of AIM lies, but nobody has even posted a peep in disagreement.

It seems to be like the Emperor's New Clothes: Everyone can see right through them, but nobody wants to admit it. Loyalty is one thing, but blind loyalty is another.

12:47 PM  

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