Remember the story quickly quashed by media, when elderly Percy Sutton said he assisted Khalid al-Mansour in getting Barack Obama into Harvard Law? Two years later, Percy Sutton, age 89, has died. So, what is so controversial about al-Mansour helping a young student, and specifically the future President of the USA? See a video below.
New evidence has emerged that Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama was closely associated as early as age 25 to a key adviser to a Saudi billionaire who had mentored the founding members of the Black Panthers.
The question is, what did Barack Obama accept from the Saudi's? Percy Sutton gave a few hints, and quickly, a spokesman said Mr. Sutton misspoke. The msm refused to talk about it.
When Percy Sutton was 87-years-old, he told a New York cable news channel that Dr. Khalid al-Mansour helped fund Barack Obama's Harvard Law School days. Sutton, the former attorney for Malcolm X, a former borough president of Manhattan, and the founder of Inner City Broadcasting said al-Mansour asked him to support Obama's Harvard Law application:
“He wrote to me about him,” Sutton recalled. “And his introduction was there is a young man that has applied to Harvard. I know that you have a few friends up there because you used to go up there to speak. Would you please write a letter in support of him?”Khalid al-Mansour is a Texas native. His full Muslim name is Khalid Abdullah Tariq al-Mansour, his American alias is Don Warden. He is said to be a Black nationalist and an outspoken enemy of Israel.
Sutton said he acted on his friend al-Mansour’s advice.
“I wrote a letter of support of him to my friends at Harvard, saying to them I thought there was a genius that was going to be available and I certainly hoped they would treat him kindly,” Sutton told NY1.
A graduate of Howard University with a law degree from the University of California, al-Mansour sits on numerous corporate boards, including the Saudi African Bank and Chicago-based LaGray Chemical Co. LaGray, which was formed to do business in Africa, counts former Nigerian President General Abdusalam Abubakar on its advisory board.
He also sits on the board of the non-profit African Leadership Academy, along with top McCain for President adviser Carly Fiorina, and organized a tribute to the President of Ghana at the Clinton White House in 1995, along with pop star Michael Jackson.
But his writings and books are packed with anti-American rhetoric reminiscent of the Rev. Jeremiah Wright, Obama’s disgraced former pastor.
In a 1995 book, “The Lost Books of Africa Rediscovered,” he alleged that the United States was plotting genocide against black Americans....
According to the Social Activism Project at the University of California at Berkley, Warden, a.k.a. Khalid al-Mansour, was the mentor of Black Panther Party founder Huey Newton and his cohort, Bobby Seale.Read more about al-Mansour at Discover the Networks.