The One’s Mentor: Self-Acknowledged Pedophile

Utterly amazing. Reward offered: Associate of The One who is upstanding citizen.

August 24, 2008
Obama’s teenage mentor liked sex with kids
Thomas Lifson

Closer scrutiny of the important people (that is, the poeple Obama himself identified as important) in Barack Obama’s life is proving to yield what can only be called a “ick factor.” Jeremiah Wright, William Ayers, Tony Rezko and Frank Marshall Davis head the list.

Frank Marshall Davis, the mentor described as “Frank” in Barack Obama’s first autobiography, Dreams from my Father. Davis was not only a communist (a member of the actual Communist Party), but actually wrote about enjoying sex with teenagers, in a book authored pseudonymously. The Autonomist cites the evidence:

The Telegraph UK is reporting that Davis, a close friend of Obama’s mother and his maternal grandfather, published an autobiographical, pornographic book, “Sex Rebel:Black,” under the pseudonym “Bob Greene.”

Marshall admitted to having written the book, which he said describes factual sexual encounters that he and his wife had with minors and other couples. “I could not then truthfully deny that this book, which came out in 1968 as a Greenleaf Classic, was mine,” said Davis. The Telegraph states that, “In the introduction to Sex Rebel, Davis explains that although he has “changed names and identities…all incidents I have described have been taken from actual experiences.”

Marshall’s book describes, in lurid detail, his sexual encounters, including multiple group encounters with his wife and a 13 year old girl: “I’m not one to go in for Lolitas. Usually I’d rather not bed a babe under 20. But there are exceptions. I didn’t want to disappoint the trusting child. At her still-impressionistic age, a rejection might be traumatic, could even cripple her sexually for life.”

Davis described how the encounters with the child, who he called “Anne,” would materialize: “Anne came up many times the next several weeks, her aunt thinking she was in good hands. Actually she was. She obtained a course in practical sex from experienced and considerate practitioners rather than from ignorant insensitive neophytes….I think we did her a favour, although the pleasure was mutual.” 

See:  The Autonomist

UK Telegraph: Frank Marshall Davis, alleged Communist, was early influence on Barack Obama

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8 Responses

  1. Obama’s neighbor(Ayers) who just lives down the street helped with a rape.

    http://www.frontpagemag.com/Articles/Read.aspx?GUID=9E8CD8A7-E90B-4311-8AA9-AEFD014A14B2

  2. Bloody unreal! There is no end to it, yet, the MSM ignores it all. Good find and I’m gonna have to steal it! 🙂

  3. […] When I first saw this, I thought it likely to be as credible as the allegations by the idiot who claims to have had sex with Obama in a limo or some such nonsense. But it has indeed been confirmed that Frank Marshall Davis is the Frank that Obama speaks so eloquently of in his book. And, as The Telegraph reports, that same Frank Marshall Davis is a confessed, and apparently proud, pervert. (H/T to Porcupine Rim) […]

  4. I think it’s important to say this often and in full — The Enquirer has no evidence that Frank Marshall Davis was a “sex pervert.” They absolutely don’t have evidence that he raped anyone, child or no.

    The entirety of their claimed “proof” is that Davis admitted to authoring a pulp novel in which these acts are committed, and that the novel in question was promoted and written as a shocking tell-all memoir about some anonymous black rebel.

    In case you’re not familiar with the genre, pulp/exploitation novels were almost invariably “based on a true story,” “autobiographical,” etc. This both helped them sell better and supposedly shielded them from some legal attacks. In addition, quite a few authors in that era made a living writing pulp anonymously. It was the equivalent of today’s acres of ghostwritten romance/Tom Clancy novels.

    The Enquirer’s claim has no credibility — not because it’s the Enquirer, but simply because their assertion that “Sex Rebel: Black” is documentary evidence is invalid.

    . Davis wrote a semi-autobiographical NOVEL. You may not be aware of this, but a novel is a work of FICTION! In this regard, Davis’s book is like Samuel Clemens “Roughing It,” in that they were both written under pseudonyms that were also fictional characters in their stories:

    “Samuel Clemens wrote autobiographical novels under the pseudonym “Mark Twain,” including “Roughing It,” which “follows the travels of young Mark Twain through the Wild West during the years 1861–1867. After a brief stint as a Confederate cavalry militiaman, he joined his brother Orion Clemens, who had been appointed Secretary of the Nevada Territory, on a stagecoach journey west. Twain consulted his brother’s diary to refresh his memory and borrowed heavily from his active imagination for many stories in the novel.” (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roughing_It)

    In both cases authors used pseudonyms to publish autobiographical novels that were “fictionalized but still based upon actual occurrences.” In both cases these novels presented fictionalized adventures of their pseudonymous characters. Does anyone claim that the adventures of “Mark Twain” literally occurred in the life of Samuel Clemens, because “Mark Twain” said they happened? If not, then why should anyone claim that the adventures of Bob Greene literally occurred in the life of Frank Marshall Davis, because “Bob Greene” said they happened? Fair weather principles indicate bias.

    You will find that contrary to fairy tales drifting around the blogosphere, Davis never “admitted” that any of the events from his novel actually happened in real life. You will find that critics are trying to railroad Davis with trumped-up evidence, just like the Mike Nifong tried to railroad the Duke lacrosse team, and Dr. Hatfill was railroaded in the anthrax letters case.

    The issue is rather simple: Either you literally attribute fictional characters’ stories to their authors’ real lives, or you accept that fictional characters’ stories are fiction. By definition, even semi-autobiographical novels are fictionalized accounts of their authors’ own lives. Research should reveal that ALL fictional narrators of such novels claim the events are true, although their actual authors make no such claims!

    • Hey. Isn’t Stanley Anne’s middle name “Anne.”

      Just askin’

      We may find out much more soon.

  5. […] and Stanley Dunham;  His boyhood friend Frank Marshall Davis was an alleged Communist and self admitted pedophile He hung out with the Choom gang smoking pot while attending high school in Honolulu. […]

  6. […] and Stanley Dunham;  His boyhood friend Frank Marshall Davis was an alleged Communist and self admitted pedophile He hung out with the Choom gang smoking pot while attending high school in […]

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