[ASI] Free copies of "Dreams from My Real Father"

March 7th, 2013 at 5:38 am EST
Cliff Kincaid
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Dear Friend of America's Survival:

Great news: Joel Gilbert, director of Dreams from My Real Father, will be appearing at our CPAC booth next week to distribute free copies of his blockbuster film.

Joel Gilbert, pictured above, hosted my wife and I during part of our recent trip to California. We were in beautiful Santa Monica.

It was "winter" in California, with blue skies and about 70 degrees during the day. Yesterday, here in the D.C. area, winter was snow, sleet, and rain.

Gilbert's film greatly expanded on our ground-breaking work in exposing Obama's mentor "Frank" as Communist Frank Marshall Davis.  His film should be featured at CPAC. But it has been excluded. That is why I volunteered to host Joel, so that he can meet and greet conservatives and give away copies of his film.

His film was also denied any mention by the Fox News Channel during the presidential campaign.

Don't forget that Karl Rove, who has signed a new contract with Fox News, was advising Republicans NOT to call Obama a socialist or left-winger. Rove believed that undecided, moderate or left-leaning voters would jump to Obama's side if that charge were leveled against him. "If you say he's a socialist, they'll go to defend him," Rove said. "If you call him a 'far out left-winger,' they'll say, 'no, no, he's not.'" Rove said Romney had to remain "focused on the facts and adopt a respectful tone" toward Obama.

That meant:

  • No talk of Obama's communist mentor, Frank Marshall Davis.
  • No talk of his backing from the Communist Party USA, Democratic Socialists of America, and other such groups.
  • No talk of his extremely close personal relations with such figures as Hugo Chavez of Venezuela and the rulers of Russia.
  • No talk of how Obama couldn't pass a basic background check in order to get a low-level federal job.

Americans were faced with a Marxist President in the White House and yet the "Party Boss" of the GOP, Karl Rove, wanted to be "respectful" toward Obama and to refuse to discuss his true nature. It was a recipe for disaster.

Nevertheless, Joel Gilbert says that his film continues to do well. And despite Obama's re-election over the hapless Mitt Romney, investigations into Obama and his communist associates and his background continue.

I hope you saw the comparison photos of Obama and Frank Marshall Davis we recently posted. Tell me you don't see the striking resemblance.

Obama doesn't look anything like the Kenyan Obama, who is supposed to be his father.

Speaking of CPAC, I have serious gripes with how the event is being organized. But I still think it is worthwhile for my group to be there.

Read my article: CPAC and the Conservatives. It mainly has to do with the homosexual infiltration of the conservative movement.  I also condemn CPAC for excluding Pamela Geller.

Now we find out that Robert Spencer's Jihad Watch was voted most popular blog but that award co-sponsor www.TheTeaParty.net told him what and what not he could say in accepting the honor. They wanted to avoid any criticism of Grover Norquist, an associate of Islamists and a big force in CPAC. So Spencer will not be going to CPAC.

Some serious conservatives have bailed out of CPAC, while others have been excluded. Others are attending. It is top-heavy with establishment Republicans and even the loser Mitt Romney is showing up to speak.

I will use the conference to reach hundreds of people with our message.  And good conservatives such as Senator Rand Paul and former Rep. Allen West are speaking. If you attend please stop by our booth.

Send me your thoughts at Kincaid@comcast.net



For America's Survival,


Cliff Kincaid, President




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