The first four quotes paint a picture of Obama being very race conscience at the very least, and at least somewhat anti white in his thinking. He idolized his father, whom he really knew very little about in his early years except what his mother and others told him. His mother was anti american. His father was anti American. She shipped little Obama off from Indonesia when his step dad, Soetoro, became too buddy buddy with oil industry capitalists, so that he could be raised and influenced by liberals and communists that were more aligned with his bio father. This guy was not raised in a "color blind" environment nor by people who love the USA.
As siding for with Islam if things get ugly, why single Muslims out? You'd think if his point is to not make the internment camp mistake again, there are lots of ways to convey this. The Japanese US citizen situation in WWII was different. To my knowledge, there were not a lot of subversives, if any of Japanese descent. But radical Muslims are known to lay in waiting, blending in until the time is right to strike. I am sure there many Muslims that are peaceful and would not deserve internment... I know a few myself. So why wasn't Obama's message, if you here in the USA to be constructive, productive and a positive influence in our great nation (regardless of race or faith) then welcome? But if you are here to do harm, to be destructive, etc. We will find you and weed you out!
I find it very difficult to trust him. His interests are not aligned with the best interest of the US.