Daily Archives: May 5, 2010

New Book: The Manchurian President

The book uncovers a far-leftist, anti-American nexus that has been instrumental in not only helping build Obama’s political career but in securing his presidency. Klein, with Brenda J. Elliott details with shocking precision how this nexus continues to influence Obama and the White House and is involved in drafting policy aimed at reshaping our country.

Highlights of The Manchurian President:

*Obama’s mysterious college years unearthed

*Shocking new details of Obama’s relationship with Bill Ayers and other Weathermen terrorists

*Obama’s ties to Islam and black liberation theology

*Startling facts about Obama’s eligibility to serve as president

*Obama’s membership in a socialist party probed

*How Obama’s “hope,” “change” slogans stem from communist activism

*Radical socalists involved in drafting stimulus bill, ObamaCare

*Communists, socialists and other radicals on team Obama, including an expose on Obama’s top guns in the White House

*Never-before-revealed depth of Obama’s relationship with ACORN

About the Author

Aaron Klein is an investigative journalist and Jerusalem bureau chief for WorldNetDaily.com. He is a regular on top American radio shows and appears frequently on Fox News Channel and Al Jazeera. Klein is the author of two previous books, Schmoozing with Terrorists and The Late Great State of Israel.

He is also the host of “Aaron Klein Investigative Radio” for New York’s WABC, the largest radio talk station in the United States. His show airs from 2 – 4 p.m. on Sundays after The Bob Grant Show.

Brenda J. Elliott is an historian, author and investigative researcher who has earned the admiration and endured the scorn of media colleagues for dogged blogging during the 2008 presidential election about Tony Rezko, William Ayers and other criminals in Obama’s clique of cronies.

http://www.amazon.com/Manchurian-President-Communists-Socialists-Anti-American/dp/1935071874/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1273101922&sr=1-1

http://therealbarackobama.wordpress.com/2010/05/05/manchurian-president-at-amazon-1-best-seller-nonfiction-5-best-seller-overall/

Posted:  05.05.10

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Shahzad’s wife is American born from Boulder

More detail is emerging about NYC car bomb suspect Faisal Shahzad. His American born wife’s name is Huma Mian, a CU Boulder graduate in accounting. Huma Mian lived in Boulder with her sisters and father, and were described as friendly neighbors. Faisal Shahzad married Huma Mian on October 20, 2008.  Faisal Shahzad and Huma Mian have two children. Huma Mian and the children are believed by the FBI to be in Pakistan.

She grew up with her parents and at least two siblings in Aurora. Mian attended the University of Colorado in Boulder from 2000 to 2004, CU spokesman Bronson Hilliard told TheDenverChannel.com. Mian lived in Hallett Hall on campus and graduated May 7, 2004 with a business-accounting degree.

Faisal became a citizen April 17, 2009.  News reports say Shahzad’s path to citizenship was no doubt eased by his marriage to the American Mian.

Mian’s online photo gallery includes a photo of Shahzad smiling as he drives with a Bluetooth earpiece. “What can I say …. he’s my everything,” she wrote in a doting photo caption. She describes herself as a “not political” individual who likes to “party every night.” But also declares on her Facebook page “Im (sic) a Muslim & Im (sic) Proud!” and “I LOVE ALLAH.” She speaks “English (US), Pashto, Urdu, French,” according to her online profile.

UPDATED:  Another interesting detail –

Pakistani authorities have arrested several members of the family of Times Square bomber Faisal Shahzad, including his father-in-law, Iftikhar Mian. News reports in the US initially suggested a possible Colorado connection between Shahzad’s wife, Huma Mian, and Najibullah Zazi, an Afghan national who pleaded guilty to a foiled New York subway attack.

Posted:  05.05.10

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