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    Nobel's Lessing: 'Racists' Will Kill Obama
    Race; Posted on: 2008-02-11 13:18:14 [ Printer friendly / Instant flyer ]
    Doris Lessing says "they" would assassinate Barack if elected

    Doris Lessing, winner of the 2007 Nobel Literature Prize, says she thinks "racists" would kill Barack Obama should he win the United States Presidency in November. Obama "would certainly not last long, a black man in the position of president. They would murder him," Lessing said in remarks published in the Swedish Dagens Nyheter daily. Lessing urged an Obama/Clinton ticket to lessen the threat. "The best thing would be if they were to run together. Hillary is a very sharp lady. It might be calmer if she were to win, and not Obama," she said.

    Interestingly, the campaign "racism" Obama has faced has come almost exclusively from the Hillary Clinton camp, part of a carefully calibrated strategy to paint him as "the black candidate," from "concerns" within the Clinton camp that Obama was a drug peddler to drawing attention to the overwhelming support he gets from blacks.

    Lessing's outrageous and alarmist comments are seen by observers to reflect the unreason at the heart of political correctness, which paints the world in black and white, with their enemies' opinions bereft of any value. This kind of demonization of "the Other" justifies politically correct uniformity in the name of "diversity" and intolerance in the name of "tolerance." In this worldview, those Lessing deems politically incorrect would only be expected to react with hatred and violence, since they are incapable of reason or argument.

    At 88, Lessing is oldest person ever to win the literature award. Her sweet, grandmotherly looks conceal the fact that she has been a lifelong antiwhite activist.

    She was born in 1919 to the Tayler family, who would become white Rhodesian colonists, and whose middle class "WASP" values Doris grew to resent. Young Doris became converted to Stalinism, abandoning her children and eventually marrying Gottfried Lessing, a German exile leader of the Rhodesian Communist Party, whose name she took. Gottfried Lessing went on to become a high ranking member of the Stasi, the dreaded East German secret police, and was killed by rebels in Idi Amin's Uganda, where he served as East German ambassador.

    Doris took up the "antiapartheid" cause against South Africa, and worked to destroy white Rhodesia, campaigns that were successful. As Zimbabwe, her former homeland of Rhodesia is now a basket case of disease, hunger and oppression, while South Africa has swiftly become a Third World nightmare of poverty, crime and disease. Lessing's career in leftist celebrity politics, as well as her books, which are nearly unreadable, catapulted her to fame, with her ideas taken seriously by cognoscenti worldwide. Apart from the Nobel Prize, Lessing was awarded an OBE (Order of the British Empire), quite a step up in the world for a salty former Stalinist, and various other honors.

    Unlike prowhite activists, Barack Obama has nothing to fear from supposed "racists." Violence comes almost exclusively from the "tolerance" crowd. In June 2005, the home and car of Denmark's immigration minister Rikke Hvilshoj were bombed, endangering the lives of herself, her husband and two young children. Hvilshoj is a major politician, seen by many as a potential Danish Prime Minister some day.

    Interestingly, while a former Stalinist and widow of a Stasi hangman like Doris Lessing is showered with praise, the Nobel Prize and an OBE, authors whose views are seen as genuinely dangerous by the "tolerant" status quo are hounded. David Irving, a bestselling author, was sent to prison for his views, while even Nobel Prize winner Orhan Pamuk was charged for illegally drawing attention to the Turkish extermination of the Armenians, a holocaust which the United States, responding to pressure from censorship groups like the ADL, has refused to acknowledge.
    News Source: Western Voices reader

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