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Dinesh D'Souza has the answer: Obama is an anti-colonialist.

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What Drives Obama’s Rage?

Dinesh D’Souza has the answer: Obama is an anti-colonialist.

Good question indeed. What drives Barack Obama’s rage against America? Our President is hell bent on slashing our nuclear stockpiles, while lunatic regimes in Iran and North Korea want a robust program of their own.

Obama derides entrepreneurship, business, and our free-market system, as he pushes an unprecedented Washington power grab in the auto, financial, healthcare, and energy sectors. He even supports oil drilling off the coast of Brazil, but not in the country he was elected to lead. And that list doesn’t even scratch the surface of Obama’s governing sins.

What gives?

Is Barack just another run-of-the-mill liberal who distrusts private industry, craves bigger government, and who is uncomfortable with America’s status as a super power? Perhaps. Or is there something more to Obama’s agenda, something more sinister? Dinesh D’Souza thinks there is, and he’s not shy about identifying the psyche of Barack Obama: Anti-colonialism.

In an exclusive interview with HUMAN EVENTS, D’Souza breaks down the premise of what may be the most controversial book of the year, The Roots of Obama’s Rage. Don’t miss what he had to say. You may see Obama in a whole new light.

Stay tuned tomorrow for tomorrow as D’Souza describes how Obama is deliberately making America poorer and what his ultimate vision for the country is.

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Mr. Mattera is the editor-at-large of HUMAN EVENTS and the author of the New York Times bestseller Obama Zombies: How the Liberal Machine Brainwashed My Generation (Simon & Schuster). He also hosts The Jason Mattera Show on News Talk Radio 77WABC. Previously, he was the Spokesman for Young America's Foundation and a TV correspondent for Michelle Malkin. Follow Jason on Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube.

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