Thursday, February 9, 2017

Malik Obama interviewed by Director Joel Gilbert (Dreams from My Real Father) Videos

NB Commentary: There's a certain glue that African families have. It also can be seen in other indigenous families and other families that do not purport the Nuclear family option as opposed to the extended family option.
African people from my experience are very passionate about their families ties and when a member of the family dies they are very, very heart broken. If they do not live where their family member lives or are unable to go there, they will mourn for days and days and days.
The family members no matter how rich or poor will do so much to get that person buried, particularly if they are an elder. The respect they have for their elders is very, very high. (Comments continued below the video)

Malik Obama interviewed by Director Joel Gilbert 
(Dreams from My Real Father)

 Malik Obama interviewed by Director Joel Gilbert 
(Dreams from My Real Father)

In an industrialize nation it may be hard to understand this sentiment, but in some cases, the Aunt in Africa is like your other Mother, she cares for you like you are born from her. In Ghana, your Uncle is your father in the same way.

So, knowing what I know about Africa, how they feel about families and especially about the death of an elder in the family, I can understand Malik Obama expressing himself the way he does. He is hurt in a way we cannot understand in the west because our culture does not strengthen family ties, it does not encourage extended families and most often both parents are away working, and the children are not raised by the elders they are raised by daycare and teachers.

It probably cost $20k to move his Aunt's body from the US to Kenya. All the preparations that would have to take place for them to gather her remains and then send them via airlines to Kenya and then to have her burial take place there.
I can assure you that when her body did arrive, they felt the grief as if it were yesterday even though it was weeks after she died. That's just how they are.
I am sure that there was a time with all peoples across the globe, when humans were less materialistic and capitalistic, that they mourned their family members similarly, but today, the chasm between the way indigenous people feel about their families has broaden extensively.

The notion of extended families, polygamy, eldership are slowly wearing away as the industrialized world removes these ties and sentiments and replace them with the attrition of things, wealth, and notoriety.  Human life and even the Earth itself seems to have lost its value and purpose. Wars are waged with no consideration of the innocents and families devastated by it. Powerful governments walk over families, homes and infrastructure like Godzilla and leaving disaster in its wake does not stir the heart of this beast.

Watching Malik Obama, I could see that he has much pain in his heart. I can only imagine what it must feel like to even consider that he, his family, his village and his country could have possibly been used for a hidden agenda that propelled Barack Obama into the White House in 2008.

 Exclusive: Obama's Biggest Secrets Released

DISCLAIMER: I am posting this video for the information it entails. I do not support Alex Jones, in fact he annoys the hell out of me because he's always interrutping his guests, however, Joel Gilbert is an investigative reporter and he expresses some very, intersting facts. So if you can't tolerate Jones, skip forward, and remember, I WARNED YOU!!!
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Obama's Biggest Secrets Released

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