Connecting the Dots of the Obama Story: Chicago Backdrop

Sixty-one pages that shouldn’t be missed

Before the general election four years ago, I decided to contribute to the cause by gathering onto just one page, the evidence of Barack Obama’s numerous, significant involvements with ACORN.

At about the same time a one megaton article was published at American Thinker, written by James M. Simpson. Actually it was the second in a series. It brought to light the Cloward-Piven Strategy of financially collapsing government, in order to bring in the proletariat revolution.

Further, it showed how ACORN, George Soros, and a great share of the crypto-Marxist financial and political network, very much including their great Obama gambit, have appeared concomitant with that strategy. That opus was called, “Barack Obama and the Strategy of Manufactured Crisis, Part II” and if it is not familiar with the reader let it become so now.

As it happened, I took another little step of my own, too. I assembled what facts were shown by others to be the high points in Obama’s development as a covertly Marxist candidate for the presidency, again on one page, with “Investigating Obama: Career Path Toward a Neo-Marxist Presidency.”

During that time and to this date, entire books full of information went much broader and deeper in exploring Obama’s many strategic and tactical Marxist (and Islamist) connections. They have been expertly prepared and presented.

Two very notable examples are Trevor Loudon’s “Barack Obama and the Enemies Within” and Paul Kengor’s “The Communist.”

However, there is also a very quick read available that provides an unique perspective, written by a man with his own unique connections, Tom Teetor. It is calledConnecting the Dots of the Obama Story.” His work brings to bear knowledge of Chicago’s Communist hub, especially in Obama’s Hyde Park, and of the subversive KGB involvements therein, and their general methods of the mid to late 20th Century.

It happens to be available at Barnes & Noble and at Amazon for a very low cost – all sixty-one pages of it. Here is the overview related in glossed-over form, at Barnes & Noble:

Proposed fictional explanation of enigmatic President Barack Obama based on the experience of the author. He was an undergraduate at the University of Chicago, when a communist operative tried to recruit him. Later, the author was involved in electronic warfare and intelligence, with the highest security clearance for nearly half of the last century.

The premise of the book: how might the Soviet Union and then a remnant of its KGB network be involved in the hot-bed preparation of Barack Obama for the presidency?

Lending from Teetor’s own experiences and knowledge of Cold War intelligence, it reads as a semi-first person, semi-fictionalized, personally referential detective story. And it adds seasoning to the Obamology of others that lends the reader a realistic feel for how Barack Obama may well have been developed, “handled,” and promoted.

I highly recommend it, for that reason.

On the eve of General Election Day 2012, it may be odd to bring up a book on Barack Obama, but I would not have this particular electoral epoch pass by, before giving my new, instructive colleague, Mr. Teetor and his fascinating little book its due. It will remain salient, whatever transpires this new day. Check it out.

So odd how we who know have come to so casually discuss a Marxist and pro- Muslim Brotherhood Islamist, as the occupant of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.

For more, see  “The Infiltration of the U.S. Government

"Demotivational poster" from 2008

“Demotivational poster” from 2008

As a sidelight, it was quite interesting to me personally, having briefly lived in Hyde Park and knowing that much earlier, while Tom was meeting the Communists of the University of Chicago, my father was a student of Northern Baptist Theological Seminary, a few blocks away. As it happened, both institutions are unfortunately linked with the Rockefeller family, though the Seminary much more distantly, and not tainted to any degree akin to that of the U of C.

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