Her Racism at Princeton: Michelle Obama Book
Updated: May 17
The following is an exclusive excerpt from Hoax Higher. So here was a woman who would be the First Lady of the United States, who has already been schooled by the likes of Jesse Jackson in racism, and was paranoid about her Blackness as she was interacting with Whites--and it gets worse. Ms. Robinson seemed to be setting up Whites as racist for her revenge through campus politics.
At Princeton, Robinson served as a board member with a radical campus group known as the Third World Center (TWC). The TWC was formed in 1971 as an anti-White, anti-colonialism, and anti-capitalism organization to promote non-White success.
While Michelle Robinson was a TWC board member in November of 1984, that board maintained that non-White students should have the right to bar Whites from its meetings on campus and its meetings with school administrators. Of the 19 elected positions on the organization’s board, two were reserved exclusively for each of the five ethnic groups TWC claimed to represent: Asian, Black, Chicano, Puerto Rican, and Native American.
Banning Whites from its meetings with students and administrators is a blatant act of racism.
TWC brought to Princeton’s campus numerous speakers considered anti-American radicals including: David Johnson, affiliated with the terrorist group FMLN, Hassan Rahman; the Palestinian Liberation Organization’s deputy observer to the United Nations; William Bowen; the architect of Princeton’s racial preference programs, former Jamaican Prime Minister Michael Manley, a committed socialist;; Roberto Vargas, a pro-Sandinista, pro-Che Guevara poet; Manning Marable, a renowned Black Marxist; Miguel Barnet, a pro-Castro writer and ethnographer; and ACORN members..
These speakers represented extreme socialist and Communist perspectives. From Michelle Obama's participation on the board, we can assume that she shared the organization's promotion of racism against Whites and a pro-socialist and pro-Communist worldwide agenda which is consistent with Jesse Jackson, Barack Obama, and the Chicago Communist Jews that supported them.
What we can summarise from Michelle Robinson’s Princeton experience is that there is a clear and public demonstration of her identity as a Black activist racist with a radical Communist and anti-American personal, community, and political agenda.
In Michelle's senior thesis, she seems to be channeling Jesse Jackson and Rainbow Push. An admitted mediocre student, some of the wording in her paper seems too sophisticated to be from her. Given Michelle’s reputation for disdaining anything related to work, I wonder if she had some professional help on her thesis. I would not be surprised if she had some coaching from Jesse Jackson's team on how to make the biggest impression on campus to promote the Communist agenda infiltrating universities.