In a shameful depiction of the First Lady of The United States of America, a Spanish magazine de Fuera de Serie, has published a photo-shopped image of the First Lady's face superimposed on an image of a slave from the 1800's.
The portrait to which the first lady's face has been added is called "Portrait d'une négresse", or "Portrait of a Negress" when translated.
The provocative image created at the time of emancipation of black people is certainly a slap in the face having depicted a member of the most power couple in the world as a sex slave.
What should also be borne in mind is that this couple is a black couple, who is the first black couple to make it to the White House, and should be punished with disgust.
Translation of the magazine article which is also online, uses the headline "Michelle se come a Obama" translated to "Michelle Obama eats", but then uses the words "Michelle has managed to seduce..." if the translation by Google is correct.
In 1800, Marie-Guillemine Benoist, exhibited Portrait d'une négresse this image a few believe became a symbol for women's emancipation and black people's rights, according to Wikipedia. The picture was acquired by Louis XVIII for France in 1818.
One wonders if it is the intention of the magazine that blacks would be better place in a setting of slavery, rather than being free and rulers of this world.
They clearly continues to be an attack on black person who have become successful by whites. It was only late last year that a Dutch magazine Jackie, referred to pop star Rihanna as "the ultimate n---a bitch".
It is now clear that someone, or a people are not happy with the hard work, brilliance and success of blacks.
Karine Percheron-Daniels of the United Kingdom who is the creator of the shocking piece, has done many other famous nudes, including President Barack Obama.
Percheron-Daniels said in a statement, "The first Lady of America in the first time in history is a black woman who proudly and confidently displays her Womanhood (the nude) her Roots (the slave) and her Power(the First Lady of America embraced by the American flag)".