Barack Obama who had avoided to be seen shaking hands with Kenyan president Uhuru Kenyatta, who had long been declared antisemite by the US Jewish lobby groups for supporting Gaza-ruling Hamas. The allegation is as much ridiculous as the claim that Bible promised Palestine to Jews. In fact, Kenyan intelligence and security agencies have always collaborated with Israeli Mossad to carry-out false flag operations for which Muslim minority (30%) had been blamed (here, here and here).
So what made Obama to come out of his ‘closet-phobia’? I think, his ‘great achievements’ during this month were the main driving force behind his trip to Kenya, plus the fact, being at the end of his final term in the White House, he doesn’t feel terrified by the Jewish Lobby. Obama’s three achievements are; US Supreme Court’s blessings to ObamaCare and same-sex marriage, and of course stopping Iran to have something which it never wanted.
Naturally, the Jewish media is not happy for Obama to meet his Muslim family members. On July 22, the Jew York Times predicted that the president will come out of Kenya more ‘confused’ than before. Obama’s former Jewish adviser, David Axelrod said: “Obviously, Kenya holds a special place for him, and it was central to that first book and, I think, central to his self-exploration. And I also think he knows what he represents there.”
On June 19, 2015 in an Op-Ed at the Zio-Conservative mouthpiece, Foreign Policy (FP), former Israeli ambassador in Washington, Michael Oren, blasted Barack Obama for “opening his heart to Muslims” by not attending the so-called “Paris March” to blame Muslims for Charlie Hebdo shooting.