Raila Odinga:
“No Raila, No Peace”
Obama Campaigned for Cousin

Obama’s Greatest Foreign Policy Achievement:
Resulted in Muslim-led Ethnic Cleansing
Massacre of Hundreds of Christians

Burning church

Obama Foreign Policy Advisor, “Friends of Obama”:
Gave Nearly $1 Million to Odinga


Odinga Supporters Burned Christians Alive in Kenya

Barack Obama has an Odinga problem, and it could be his Achille’s heel, proving that Obama’s only foreign policy achievement to date resulted in massive Muslim-led ethnic cleansing that murdered hundreds of Christians in Western Kenya in the post-election violence of his cousin Raila Odinga’s failed 2007 bid for the Kenyan presidency.

Raila Odinga is the current Prime Minister of Kenya, and Barack Obama’s first cousin.
Odinga’s mother was the sister of Barak Obama, Sr, who was also a member of Odinga’s Luo (or Jalou) tribe.

Odinga’s father was the late Kenyan politician Jaramogi Odinga Oginga, and he, Barak Obama Sr, and Raila Odinga both attended the same Maseno high school in Western Kenya.

Kenyan Government: Obama an “Odinga Stooge”

Barack Obama campaigned extensively for Odinga in late 2006 while visiting Kenya on US taxpayer funded trips, and was even denounced by the sitting government as an “Odinga stooge”.

Odinga was never elected Prime Minister, rather he ran as a member of the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM), and lost a close election to the incumbent President Mwai Kibaki by 250,000 votes.

This loss and the Odinga campaigns subsequent accusations of election fraud sparked horrible violence and ethnic cleansing between Odinga’s Muslim Luo Tribe (13% of the Kenyan population) and Kibaki’s Kikuyu (20 percent of Kenya’s population) tribe, who vowed that without Odinga’s election, there would be no peace, or “No Raila, No Peace”.

The violence culminated in early January, when less than 24 hours after President Kibaki was sworn in, more than 50 Christians were burned alive in the Kenya Assemblies of God Pentecostal church in the western Kenyan town of Eldoret by orange clad ODM (Odinga) mobs, who attempted to shoot any who fled the burning church with arrows.

These pro-Odinga ODM forces referred to themselves as the Taliban, according to many sources, including John Kerry aide, Alexandra Polier.

By the end of January, the disputed election directly caused the deaths of more than 1,500 people and the displacement of almost 600,000 more.

In an effort to quell the violence, an agreement was negotiated by Former UN Secretary General Kofi Annon in February 2008 where Kibaki would remain president and Odinga would be awarded the office of Prime Minister, only the second Kenya had ever had, and their cabinet would be staffed equally by both Odinga and Kibaki supporters.

After his appointment as prime minister, the press revealed a contract signed in August 2007 between Odinga and National Muslim Leaders Forum agreeing to several shocking concessions to Islam:

What was contained in the revealed memorandum? How much money did Obama foreign policy adviser, Mark Lipsky, and “Friends of Obama” funnel to Odinga and where did the money come from?

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