Dinesh D’Souza is right that Obama is an anti-colonialist as far as that goes. But it does not go very deeply into Obama’s motivations. Maybe that is necessary in order to reach the most people and sell the most books and movie tickets? There is an overall tendency to not dig too deeply into such topics, probably, because much of the public does not want to deal with the real Obama. It would scare the hell out of them and they would not want to look at it. So, maybe it has to be watered down a little to get the masses to pay a little attention.
In any case, if you are able to stand it, here’s the truth. Black Liberation Theology teaches that America is oppressing the rest of the world (non-white races) and must be destroyed to liberate the world. This can be called anti-colonialism, but the goal is not just to liberate the non-white nations, but to destroy America as we have known it along with white society and the traditional church. It would be absurd to assume that Obama does not know what the doctrine of his church is really about.
Black Liberation Theology was inspired by the doctrine of Nation of Islam, a black nationalist cult and it has a related doctrine. This old documentary produced by Mike Wallace in 1959 — before America became pathologically politically correct — explains what Black Nationalism really is. It shows the real roots of Obama’s rage. It is really “hate,” rather than “rage.”
Black Liberation Theology was formalized by James H. Cone nearly a decade after this documentary was made, but you can hear many aspects of it described in this documentary. Black Liberation Theology teaches that Jesus is black and is opposed to traditional Christianity. It holds, like other Black-Nationalist doctrines, that traditional Christianity was used as a tool to keep blacks in slavery and that it must be destroyed along with white society and America, as we know it, in order to liberate the non-white races and the world.
These religious ideas, on which Black Liberation Theology is based, have existed in certain segments of the black community in America and the Caribbean for 200 years and longer.