Feminine mulatto Barack Obama, who is not black, urges feminist escalation of black extermination in Africa

Feminine mulatto Barack Obama, speaking to a slew of foolish feminist shrews in South Africa, declared that men are getting on his nerves lately, stating, “Bruthus, wuz wrong with you guys?,” then laughably included himself racially among the black men whom he had just browbeaten and gaslit: “Wuz wrong with us?”

He then muttered a few generalized insults about men—while grinning, staring at the ground, and playing with the cord of his microphone, all in all looking like a 10-year-old at a school talent show trying standup comedy for the first time.

A crowd full of feminist losers cackled approval of the insults by the non-black culture-vulture who slurs his speech “like a black guy,” despite how he was raised by his white family, as a way to pretend his relation to the black dad who beat his white mom and abandoned him (and who did not talk in ebonics).

The mongrel mama’s boy, who was raised in Hawaii not by a black man or black woman but rather his white mom and her white parents, spoke about the importance of having more women in leadership positions globally, particularly in Africa.

These words are of course political code for sociological terrorists like Mulatto Obama and his white-devil enablers, who advocate not so much for the uplifting of black mothers but rather the devaluing and estrangement of black fathers, in order to render black families defenseless against ongoing colonization and extermination of black Africans by white devils.

As Khalid Muhammad put it: “When white folks can’t defeat you, they’ll always find some Negro—some boot-licking, butt-licking, buck-dancing, bamboozled, half-baked, half-fried, sissified, punkified, pasteurized, homogenized nigger—that they can trot out in front of you.”

Meanwhile, it would delight Obama to be considered a “nigger”—while he coasts through life as nothing but a half-black, white-bred, Hawaii-raised, Harvard-trained millionaire mulatto lawyer; which, in his weak white-washed mind, somehow qualifies him to speak on black men, black women, and black families.

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