Honolulu: Obama movie solicits script ideas
Internet Powerhouse Andy Martin leads Obama movie project. “We strive for factual accuracy,” says movie producer Andy Martin. “With our new movie in Honolulu, we are going where the mainstream media have ‘never gone before’.” Production in Honolulu begins May 9th. The collaborative “open source” script team invites input and ideas for the production.
Internet powerhouse Andy Martin heads back to Honolulu
“Obama: The Hawai’i Years” and
Operation Aloha Obama II are
historical research projects of
“Factually Correct, Not
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
(NEW YORK)(May 4, 2009)
Aloha. I would like to give you an update on Operation Aloha Obama II and our dramatic movie project “Obama: the Hawai’i Years.”
There is a growing awareness both in Hawai’i and nationally that we are engaged in a significant historical project. During the campaign Obama downplayed his Hawai’i roots and claimed he was “from Chicago.” In a pragmatic sense, that’s true. But Obama’s character was formed before he left Hawai’i for the mainland to attend Occidental College in Los Angeles.
Both the mainstream media and his sycophants have ignored Obama’s Hawai’i years. Psychologists agree the pre-teen and teen years are very significant stages in adult development; they were the crucible in which much of Obama’s identity was formed. That’s why our research teams have focused on Hawai’i.
Last week we ran a highly successful first round of local advertising in Honolulu to look for new sources of information. Depending on the availability of financial support, we will run more ads. The ads are designed to elicit information that may have been overlooked by others. Because of my reputation for lawyerlike thoroughness, even our competitors are closely watching our pre-production activity for the Obama movie.
Now for your first work assignment. What, you thought it was just going to be sit back and watch? No way.
We will begin locking in our script in stages by May 9th. But we are opening a window for you to participate in and contribute to the script-writing process.
Ask yourself: what would you like to see in the Hawai’i movie? What interests you? What do you especially feel may have been overlooked by the “mainstreamers?” You should even reread Obama’s great novel (no, not an “autobiography”) “Dreams From My Father” and see what you think was critical to him. Or what did he conceal? Send us your thoughts. Our film is a collaborative, open source project. People are welcome and invited to contribute their script ideas. Send us yours.
Just remember: when we deal with facts, we deal with facts. We don’t want the “Obama is made of green cheese and was born on the moon” type of stuff. While no one has actually seen his 1961 birth certificate, he grew up there from the age of 10 and came into adulthood in Hawai’i. This movie is going to have credibility precisely because it will strive for accuracy. That doesn’t mean we won’t be argumentative or combative about Obama’s own presentation of reality; we will, of course, challenge his “novelization” of his family history. But we will strive for accurate facts.
So get to work. You have this week to come up with reactions, suggestions and proposals before we lock in our final script. The team gets on the plane to Honolulu in just five days!
You too can be a part of a historic movie about a significant person in American history. Whether you love Obama (few of my readers are in that category) or loathe him, or worse (the majority of my audience), I know you will appreciate our effort to dig for the truth and get at the facts about Mr. Obama. Coincidently, that is what Obama has always feared about my research and writing: I reject Obama’s fictionalizations and always look for the “man behind the mask.” My own analytical and unemotional approach mirrors Obama’s own personality. He doesn’t like that, which is why I get under his skin.
Get to work.
Readers of Obama: The Man Behind The Mask, say the book is still the only gold standard and practical handbook on Barack Obama’s unfitness for the presidency. Buy it.
Book orders: Amazon.com or http://OrangeStatePress.com. Immediate shipment from Amazon.com or signed copies (delayed for signing) from the publisher are available.
URGENT APPEAL: The Committee of One Million to Defeat Barack Obama raises money to oppose President Barack Obama’s radical agenda and also to support http://www.BoycottHawaii.com.
Please give generously. Our ability to fight and defeat Barack Obama’s political agenda is directly dependent on the generosity of every American.
“The Committee of One Million to Defeat Barack Obama has no bundlers, no fat cats and no illegal contributions. Obama is opposed to almost everything America stands for,” says Executive Director Andy Martin. “But while Obama has raised a billion dollar slush fund, his opponents lack sufficient resources. Americans can either contribute now, or pay later. If we do not succeed, Obama will.”
Andy Martin is a legendary Chicago muckraker, author, Internet columnist, radio talk show host, broadcaster and media critic. He has over forty years of broadcasting background in radio and television and is the dean of Illinois media and communications. He is currently promoting his best-selling book, Obama: The Man Behind The Mask and producing the new Internet movie “Obama: The Hawai’i years.” Andy is the Executive Editor and publisher of http://www.ContrarianCommentary.com.
Martin comments on regional, national and world events with more than four decades of experience. He holds a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Illinois College of Law and is a former adjunct professor of law at the City University of New York. He is an announced candidate for Barack Obama’s former U. S. Senate seat.
His columns are also posted at ContrarianCommentary.blogspot.com; contrariancommentary.wordpress.com.
[NOTE: We frequently correct typographical errors and additions/subtractions on our blogs, where you can find the latest edition of this release.]
MEDIA CONTACT: (866) 706-2639 or CELL (917) 664-9329 (cell not always on)
© Copyright by Andy Martin 2009.