Michele Obama and Her Princeton Thesis




Americans want to know that at the end of the day, they can put their feet up and enjoy the fruits of their labor. When you live in a nation in which...most ordinary people are struggling, it's easy to be cynical, to be divided by fear, led by fear... The problem with fear is that it cuts us off, isolates  us....We raise young people who are doubters, they don't try because we already have told them they will fail... Barack is the leader that we said we wanted.... Barack understands that our greatest challenge as a nation is that we have stopped caring for each other.... Barack knows that the measure of our nation is not measured by the greatest and strongest of us, but by the least of us.
Michelle Obama in Tallahassee
April 8, 2008
Flickr-User: MettaMomma.

Michelle Obama's senior thesis "Princeton-Educated Blacks and the Black Community" on Race in America had originally been restricted until after the 2008 presidential election but was released by the university after the Obama campaign made it available on politico.com. Now we all know that Michelle is a racist swine but I'm not concerned with that. What I found interesting was the following:

"As I enter my final year at Princeton, I find myself striving for many of the same goals as my White classmates - acceptance to a prestigious graduate school or a high-paying position in a successful corporation"

Oh my goodness! Imagine having those goals, instead of what? Wanting to lead a hunting pack in the Serengeti? This is precisely what is wrong with blacks in America. They want to remain ghetto refugees. Michelle obviously has no clue that the way to succeed in America is to become white in culture. Every other group that attained success in America became white. You see it especially among the very successful Asians and Jews. They act white, they breathe white, they become white.

Indeed, Michelle's worry back in 1985 was,

"further integration and/or assimilation into a white cultural and social structure that will only allow me to remain on the periphery of society; never becoming a full participant."
Michelle is one of those blacks who no doubt would admonish her friends or relatives not to "act white." There is nothing wrong with acting white, unless of course, you live in Africa.

Michelle was also disappointed that her school did not have a larger African-American studies department,

"Predominately White universities like Princeton are socially and academically designed to cater to the needs of the White students comprising the bulk of their enrollments."

Perhaps they are academically designed to cater to whites because jive-talking, gang-bangin', hoop-dunking and crack-whoring would not enhance a white person's ability to succeed in this country. If any of my children ever wasted college tuition on Black Studies I would disown them and cut off any further funding of their "education." Basket Weaving, Flower Arranging, and other useless electives fall into this category as well. Unless of course you want to have a career in Basket Weaving, Flower Arranging, or to become the wife of an over-rated, inexperienced, socialist Presidential contender.

I suppose she would rather live in some other country where the white people are so blind to color that a black man with no experience can raise tens of millions of dollars in one month for a Presidential run. But where will she ever find such a country?

Read the full thesis in PDF format: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4.



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