Review: "Barack Obama and the Enemies Within"

By:  William F. Jasper
09/13/2012
       
Review: "Barack Obama and the Enemies Within"

 New Zealand author/researcher Trevor Loudon has amassed a devastating expose' of the influences of communists, socialists and other radicals on President Barack Obama — from his childhood to adulthood, and from the earliest stages of his political career to his current occupation of the White House.

When Barack Obama burst into the national firmament in 2008, he was virtually unknown, a political phenomenon who had seemingly come out of nowhere. Most of his family background and personal history were shrouded in mystery. There were (and still are) major gaps and discrepancies in the facts regarding his birth, childhood, adolescence, formal education, foreign travel and political associations. And although Obama was running for the most powerful political office on the planet, the press corps of the mainstream media (MSM) was more obsessed with a trumped-up “scandal” concerning GOP vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin’s wardrobe than, for instance, Obama’s close ties to Weather Underground terrorists Bill Ayers and Bernardine Dohrn. The Ayers/Dohrn connection was one of the earliest bombshells signaling that the Chicago “community organizer” seeking to occupy the White House might have some serious baggage.

But the star-struck gumshoes of the MSM were not only completely AWOL during the 2008 campaign regarding Obama’s many troubling connections to radical and subversive groups and individuals, they have continued to ignore the steadily mounting, massive evidence of Barack Obama’s lifelong love affair with collectivism and his extensive ties to some of the most notorious activists of the Communist Party USA (CPUSA), the Committees of Correspondence (COC, a breakoff group of the CPUSA) the Democratic Socialists of America (DSA), Students for a Democratic Society (the radical SDS campus revolutionaries of the 1960s and 70s), the Institute for Policy Studies (IPS), and the Weather Underground (WU). Worse yet, the corporate MSM commentariat have actively fronted for Obama, viciously attacking any investigators who dare to expose the facts concerning the ultra-left-wing background, agenda, and connections of President Obama and his mentors, appointees, advisers, and associates.

Much of the credit for breaking the media blackout on Barack Obama’s real political identity goes to Trevor Loudon of New Zealand, whose websites KeyWiki.org and Trevorloudon.com have published reams of important information on Barack Obama, key activists in his administration, and the national network of labor unions, think tanks, academics, “community organizations,” and political operations that are crucial to moving his Marxist agenda. Loudon has laboriously unearthed hundreds of documents and thousands of published stories from establishment, communist, and leftist publications to “connect the dots” demonstrating the extensive subversive web of “Progressive” activists that propelled Obama to power. He has done what legions of MSM reporters should have done, but failed to do. However, unlike many of the other “conservatives” who regularly discredit themselves and “the Right” by attacking Obama on talk radio and the blogosphere with insults, invective and profanity-laced bombast, and unsubstantiated charges, Loudon restricts his commentary to facts, solid analysis, logical inference and hard-hitting, but civil, discourse.

Much of this hard-hitting investigative research of the past four years has been compiled into Loudon’s book, Barack Obama and the Enemies Within, a massive 664-page tome that is jam-packed with information every voter needs to know.

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