After rejection by USA Today, Washington Post, New York Times
(Dr. Jerome Corsi) – The New York Post has accepted a full-page ad declaring Barack Obamaâ€™s real biological father is the late Communist Party activist Frank Marshall Davis, not the Kenyan Barack Hussein Obama.
Filmmaker Joel Gilbert makes the case in his full-length documentary â€œDreams from My Real Father: A Story of Reds and Deception.â€
The ad will run in the Postâ€™s New York City, national and international editions Tuesday and Sunday.
Convincing the newspaper to accept the full-page ad required Gilbert to go personally to the Postâ€™s main editorial office in Manhattan.
â€œIt took a lot of discussion,â€ Gilbert told WND, â€œbut we were given a very favorable position at the front of the newspaper in the news section.â€
Joel Gilbertâ€™s DVD â€œDreams from My Real Fatherâ€ is available at WNDâ€™s Superstore
Gilbert told WND the placement of the ad is â€œpart of our national publicity campaign, designed to circumvent the mainstream media that is either too afraid or too corrupt to cover the evidence presented in this film.â€
In an effort to reach the voting public directly, Gilbert is planning to mail out millions of DVDs in bulk across the United States.
Advertising anti-Obama DVD a â€˜tough saleâ€™
In July, Gilbert tried to place a similar version of his full-page advertisement in three of the nationâ€™s most prominent newspapers â€“ USA Today, the Washington Post and the New York Times â€“ offering first to pay USA Today $90,000.
All three newspapers rejected the advertisement, with the New York Times specifically telling Gilbert, â€œThe ad isnâ€™t for us.â€
â€œYou would think the print media could use the money,â€ Gilbert told WND. â€œBut apparently, an ideological bias toward supporting Barack Obama is more important to the newspapers than the money.â€
Gilbertâ€™s problems getting his DVD advertised have not been limited to establishment newspapers.
Newsmax.com also rejected the â€œDreams from My Real Fatherâ€ banner advertising campaign in early May, even after Gilbert had reached an agreement and paid for the campaign in advance.
â€œNewsmax pulled the banner advertising campaign at the highest level of the organization,â€ Gilbert said. â€œNewsmax told me the organization was trying to appeal to the political center and the concern was that publicizing Gilbertâ€™s DVD might make the news organization appear too conservative.
Newsmaxâ€™s Tom Mulcrone told WND that Newsmax never accepted Gilbertâ€™s banner ad.
â€œWe are a news organization, and we need to be careful with what we send out,â€ Mulcrone told WND.
The cell phone call to Mulcrone ended abruptly and Mulcrone did not return voice messages WND left requesting to complete the interview.
A Communist Party mentor
â€œBarack Obama sold himself to America as the multi-cultural ideal, a man who stood above politics,â€ Gilbert explained. â€œHis father was a goat-herder from Kenya, so Barack Obama would bring people together, so the story went.
â€œHowever, as I show in the documentary, the truth is Barack Obama has a deeply disturbing family background, including a father who was a propagandist for the Communist Party USA â€“ a fact Obama has intentionally hidden in order to obscure his Marxist political foundations.â€
Gilbert acknowledges voters are willing to overlook many faults a politician may have.
â€œHowever, providing a false family background to hide a Marxist political agenda is irreconcilable with American values and a totally unacceptable manipulation of the electorate,â€ Gilbert stressed.
Gerald Horne, a contributing editor to Public Affairs, an openly Marxist political review, made the first positive identification of â€œFrankâ€ as Frank Marshall Davis.
In March 2007, Horne gave a speech at New York University on the occasion of the Communist Party USA archive being placed at a NYU library.
In the speech, Horne discussed Davis, noting Davis, who was born in Kansas and lived much of his adult life in Chicago, had moved to Honolulu in 1948 at the suggestion of his good friend, actor Paul Robeson. In the 1940s, Robeson was an outspoken critic of segregation and racial discrimination in the United States, who was also a strong advocate of the Soviet Union and a member of the Communist Party USA.
Horne also documented Davisâ€™s friendship with the Dunham family in Hawaii.
â€œEventually, [Davis] befriended another family â€“ a Euro-American family â€“ that had migrated to Honolulu from Kansas and a young woman from this family eventually had a child with a young student from Kenya East Africa who goes by the name of Barack Obama, who retracing the steps of Davis eventually decamped to Chicago.â€
Lorne further documented Davis was â€œa decisive influence in helping [Obama] to find his present identity as an African-American, a people who have been the least anti-communist and the most left-leaning of any constituency in this nation.â€
After Horneâ€™s speech, the identity of â€œFrankâ€ was never in doubt, nor his importance in the development of the young Barack Obama.
On Dec. 5, 1956, Davis appeared in executive session before the U.S. Senate Subcommittee investigating â€œthe scope of Soviet activity in the United States,â€ one of the McCarthy-era committees seeking to expose communists considered to be a security threat.
Invoking his Fifth Amendment rights against self-incrimination, Davis refused to answer a direct question asking if he was then a communist.
A year earlier, in 1955, a Commission on Subversive Activities organized by the government of the Territory of Hawaii identified Davis as a member of the Communist Party USA; the committee singled out for criticism several articles Frank Marshall Davis published in the â€œCommunist Honolulu Recordâ€ that were critical of the commission.