i went and saw 2016 and then i picked up the book by Dinesh D'Souza. i had a big Ah Ha moment because his explanation of anti-colonialism was the exact description of Obama's policy. the book didn't give me a different view of Obama, but it gave me a far better understanding of why he does what he does... i highly recommend... "The Roots of Obama's Rage" just to get a better view of the man, even if you will still vote for him...
If you will read Sir Winston Churchill's first two books:
The Story of the Malakand Field Force: an Episode of Frontier War.
The River War: An Account of the Reconquest of the Sudan.
The Story of the Malaland Field Force, Churchill's first book gives an account of war on the northern British-Indian border in the 1890s. In otherwords on the Pakistan Afghanistan frontier. Pakistan is a country Obama claimed in his own books that he visited as a young man. He would have had to travel on a foreign passport to get there because US citizens were forbidden to go to Pakistan and if he had reentered this country with a Pakistan customs stamp in his U. S. passport it would have been an automatic jail term.
The second book also ties into D'Souza's book about Obama and his hatred of Churchill. I am not sure that Dinesh D'Souza is even familiar with these two works. He did not mention them in the first edition of "The Roots of Obama's Rage." But do remember that Obama's father's tribe (The Luo) migrated South from The Sudan into parts of South Sudan, and Kenya and that Obama's relatives may well have fared poorely once the English reconquered the Sudan and once again one more time violently attempted to put an end to slave catching by Islamic tribes like Obama's.
An English adventurer named Walter Daramaple Maynard "Karamojo" Bell hunted elephants extensively in this area right after Churchill left. He wrote a very good description of the terror created by the sudden appearance of a large group of armed men (A Safari) made on the local population. He also wrote about recovering several women for one tribe after they had been abducted by Islamic slavers around 100 years ago. The book is "The Wanderings of an Elephant Hunter" I don't claim it deserves a Nobel Prize for Literature, but it is a very good all round book combining: Adventure, History, Nature, Travel, Sociology, Anthropology, and Psychology seasoned with a hint of Physics.