A visit by Barack Obama to Kenya in the late 1980s or early 1990s is recorded in a 20-minute documentary soon to be released by the investigate research group WeSearchr.
The documentary is called “A Journey In Black And White” and is of Obama in his 20s during his first visit to Kenya. “The film is full of insights into Barack Obama’s psychology and worldview, especially with regards to the way he sees his family in Kenya and black-white race relations,” WeSearchr says in their description of the documentary. “How much of a black nationalist do you think Obama is? What do you think he thinks of white people?”
WeSearchr provided a quote from the movie exclusively to The Daily Caller. Obama says in the film: “I’m deeply saddened by a sense that whites are still superior in this country, in some sense, that if you sit at a restaurant, they’re served before a Kenyan is served. If you go through customs, a white person is going to have an easier time going through customs.”
At one point in the movie Obama says he has “a lot at stake” in building “a strong black country in Kenya.”
Obama’s first book was originally going to be titled “Journeys in Black and White.” Instead, he published “Dreams from My Father.”
WeSearchr crowd funds investigative research and will release the film once they raise $10,000. So far, $1,275 has been raised towards the release of the film.