Alex Constantine - November 12, 2008
The Ku Klux Klan threatened with a race war, hackers broke into Obama`s computer, skinheads are on the prowl…
November 07, 2008
Barack Obama, the first African-American in the White House, will have to face great challenges once he officially becomes the president of America in January next year. He was welcomed by two wars in other countries, Afghanistan and Iraq, and an economic crisis. However, he will have to take care of his own security above all.
Obama`s win is a historic turning point and victory over racism, many said. Joyful tears ran down African-American faces, who saw Obama`s win as the end of a long and hard journey to freedom and equality. Martin Luther`s dream finally came true, Obama is living this dream, African-Americans said. However, threats which are coming left and right, dampen the euphoria caused by Obama`s electoral win.
After two young skinheads wanted to kill Obama during the campaign, the Ku Klux Klan threatened with a race war, the media reported that foreign hackers broke into the Democrat`s computer during Obama and Biden`s campaign and foreign media speculate that Chinese or Russian hackers are in question. The FBI has joined in the investigation, which assumes the hackers tried to get hold of information on the newly elected president`s future policy.
Obama surrounded by secret agents
Obama is thus faces with possible danger at every step, while secret agents are seeing to his security who never leave his side.
“Obama assassination” is the most searched phrase on Google and the Ku Klux Klan`s web site has crashed de to too many visits.
Secret services have investigated at least 500 death threats during the election campaign. Obama is allegedly not too worried about the matter and he is probably more concerned with the initial criticism from outside the USA. ...