Ann Dunham was an economic anthropologist

19 Jan

”I am looking for the most informed information on Obama’s mother. How much influence did she have on the young Barry & did he stay in Hawahhi to help his grandmother or for his schooling to the best advantage that USA could offer.”

”She would help Indonesia women to buy a ‘sewing machine’ or a ‘cow’ or some means of earning a living above the norm of their village. Instead of joinig with the Missionaries (they were not allowed in a Muslim country to spread the Love of Jesus.. they could do what Ann Dunham did for no return favors, so what is the difference? ”

Mr Obama omits from his narrative < What Mr Obama's narrative omits is any detail of how Ann Dunham was an economic anthropologist and that for 30 years she devoted herself to studying rural enterprise in Indonesia. She took on projects as a development officer with the Ford Foundation, the US Agency for International Development and the Asian Development Bank, pioneering micro-credit projects that extended small loans to the rural poor.> You can read further what the UK Independant says at:

There is much more information on Ann Dunham if you search yourself.. some fact, much fiction..

Takes a discerning eye.. please feel free to add a comment here..


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