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Holocaust Museum Gunman a Raving “9-11 Was An Inside Job Truther”

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There is a reason I have a vitriolic disdain for anyone touting the Alex Jones “Neocons are the devil” and “9-11 was an inside job” garbage.

The creep who shot up the Holocaust Museum and killed a guard yesterday was not some Right-Wing Christian kook as the media is trumpeting. – Von Brunn is a lunatic 9-11 Truther Leftist who hates Conservatives, Bush, McCain and Jews.

These Truthers are Leftists, not Conservatives, even though they pretend to be Conservatives and give lip service to liberty. They need to be as vociferously opposed and combated as you would any raving Marxist who seeks to subjugate you.

Imbeciles like Von Brunn are the same kind of morons who have routinely threatened me with death for refusing to support Ron Paul or going bezerk when challenging their “truth” about 9-11.

Beware of this ideology masquerading as truth. It’s anti-semitic Leftist hatred cloaking itself in the mantle of freedom, same as Obama’s drones are doing.

Leftists are enemies of liberty.

But the media is going to continue to demonize Conservative Christians as responsible for this, and like the Tiller slaying, the State Media is going to pound this home, when in fact it is one of their own ideological conspiratorial sycophants who did the killing yesterday.

Holocaust Museum shooter von Brunn a 9/11 ‘truther’ who hated ‘neo-cons’, Bush, McCain

The man accused of opening fire at the Holocaust Museum in Washington, DC on June 10, James W. von Brunn, left a trail of unhinged writings around the internet.

The anti-semitism of von Brunn is the first thing one notices when visiting these bizarre websites. However, like those of most “white supremacists”, many of von Brunn’s political views track “Left” rather than “Right.” Clearly, a re-evaluation of these obsolete definitions is long overdue.

For example, he unleashed his hatred of both Presidents Bush and other “neo-conservatives” in online essays. As even some “progressives” such as the influential Adbusters magazine publicly admit, “neoconservative” is often used as a derogatory code word for “Jews”. As well, even a cursory glance at “white supremacist” writings reveals a hatred of, say, big corporations that is virtually indistinguishable from that of anti-globalization activists.

James von Brunn’s advocacy of 9/11 conspiracy theories also gives him an additional commonality with individuals on the far-left.

None of this will surprise readers of Jonah Goldberg’s bestseller Liberal Fascism: The Secret History of the American Left, From Mussolini to the Politics of Change , which clearly demonstrates that “fascism” of the kind advocated by the British National Party (BNP) and the likes of James W. von Brunn is just as likely to reflect “leftwing” views as “rightwing” ones.

In fact, anti-semitism is something the New Left and the “Far Right” have had in common since the 1980s, which is why so many former leftists like David Horowitz defected from one side to the other during the Reagan era and beyond. It also helps explain the otherwise baffling alliance between the Left and radical Islam.

That this shooting occurred shortly after President Obama’s former mentor, Rev. Jeremiah Wright, blamed “the Jews” for his lack of access to his former parishioner is a troubling confluence of events as well.


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How An Economic Depression Makes A Hitler

History repeats itself, because we fail to remember the lessons it teaches.  We think we can avoid the same mistakes of the past.  But that is not possible when we are ignorant of history, or had it so thoroughly perverted and revised that we have no comprehension that events taking place today – took place a little over 70 years ago, and the consequences cost millions upon millions of lives and plunged the entire world into conflict.

History is again repeating – and we have no clue how late in the game it really is for this nation…and the world.

How the Great Depression Brought Adolph Hitler to Power


Oh goody! Looks like we’re having another Depression — maybe just a little one, but who knows how long we can stretch it out, if we give it a good try? 


So now we can play FDR and The Glorious New Deal.
If that sounds insane to you, well, it’s what both Charles Krauthammer and David Broder — the Burt and Ernie of the Washington Post — have now concluded about the Obama White House.

The Great Depression certainly empowered FDR to make big changes in America over his four terms.  In spite of all the hoo-hah the country didn’t get out of the long, long slump until 1940 or so, with the huge mobilization of men and industrial resources for World War II. But FDR did get to play to his heart’s content, through the NRA, the WPA, the AAA, the CCC, the TVA, the NLRB, the FDIC and the SEC. By comparison all we’ve got is a measly TARP. So far. 
Trouble is, the Great Depression also brought Adolf Hitler to power. (Darn, I knew there had to be a downside somewhere.)
For those who have forgotten history or never bothered to learn it, here’s is the sixty-second version.
1. Adolf Hitler started out as just another Bohemian intellectual, a sort of fire-breathing hippie, hanging around the coffee houses of Vienna after the big defeat of World War I. Just like Lenin, Mussolini and all the other psychopaths who rose to power around the same time. (Look it up, kids). His ilk can still be found in all the big city cafes of Europe, along with Berkeley, California, Madison, Wisconsin, and other college towns. They all profess peace. But in the right conditions, they are all happy to set off sociological or real dynamite. (Viz., Bill Ayers and Bernardine Dohrn; the Rev. J. Wright and all the rest.)
Today the cafe intellectuals are more likely to be Islamic fascists, but what’s the big diff? They all follow Hitler’s big maxim, “Alles muss anders sein!” (“everything must change”) or, in Obamalingo, “Change you can believe in.”  They all hate whatever is; it doesn’t matter where they want to go.
They want a perfect world, every single one of them. Therefore they all hate freedom, electoral democracy, and the blood-sucking capitalists. They all demand justice and equality.  And millions of suckers always fall for it. Some things never change; even the words don’t change, much less the marching music.
2. When Hitler got out of the Kaiserliche Wehrmacht with burned-out lungs from mustard gas, Germany was broke. The Reich had started the war as the wealthiest, most industrialized, most highly-educated, and perhaps even the most arrogant nation in Europe.  (Although that’s a tough one to judge, there being so much competition in the arrogance sweepstakes in Europe.) Anyway, if you remember the goose-stepping soldiers with the funny helmets with the little spikes on top, and all the cheering people standing on the sidewalks going Hoch! Hoch!, that’s the one.
3. As punishment for the war, the Versailles Treaty required the Germans to pay their victims, to handicap their military and heavy industries, and to be nice to their neighbors. They did pay some money for a while, but then they just lied about all those other things. None of the victorious nations dared to actually find out if the Germans were re-arming or not. Besides, the Germans and Austrians felt threatened by the new and militant Soviet Union, accidentally created when the old Reich helped Lenin to overthrow the Czar of Russia.  (Lenin was another cafe intellectual who turned into a ruthless mass-murdering tyrant, except that he hung around Zurich rather than Vienna.)
4. After WWI the Weimar Republic brought parliamentary democracy of a kind to Germany.  But it also saw a wave of corruption, degradation of middle class values, attacks on religion, promiscuity, and glorification of “alternative lifestyles” — which all agreed on their hatred of thebourgeoisie (who happened to be their parents) — along with lots of artistic expressions of the same Up Yours! attitude that has made government-funded artists so popular in our day.
(A lot of our avant garde is just the derriere garde of Europe’s Weimar period. Nothing new there at all.)
5. Having the Soviets practically next door was a big help to the German Communists  — who still called themselves Communists rather than Black Liberation Theologians, as ours do today. But just like Rev. J-Wright, they all hated middleclassness, or as they called it, the bourgeoisie. (That was their parents, remember?)  So did Mussolini and Hitler, who also rose to power as radical world-changers in the turmoil of the day. They were also big ecofreaks — because Mother Nature was good, you see. They practiced a fair amount of nudity and gayety, celebrated sex and violence, got drunk and carried on riots, and whipped up giant hatreds against scapegoats — the French, other racially inferior peoples, and of course … . Yes. 
They also swore to eliminate the handicapped, the retarded, and any organized religion. Both the Communists and the Nazis really really hated Christianity. Not just Judaism and the Jews. They were equal-opportunity haters, without fear or favor.
6. The whole Ship of Fools seemed to go sailing along until the economy went kaput.  But why did it? You can point to hyperinflation, long and deep declines in industry and agriculture, unemployment, and shaky currencies.  Europe had decades of troubles before the United States caught the bug. Stock markets dwindled, trade barriers went up, and on October 29, 1929, far away in New York City, Wall Street went into a tailspin. It was followed by the other big stock markets. People lost their jobs and their savings. No capital, no productivity, just despair.
7. Europe decided that democracy wasn’t its thing after all, and  looked for nice trustworthy generals to take over the hopelessly ineffective parliamentary governments — like in Germany. But the President of Germany, General Paul von Hindenburg, was elderly and out of his depth, and after a while was forced to ask that nice Herr Hitler to organize a new government. Hitler’s National Socialist Workers Party had never gotten a majority, but the time was ripe, and the Nazis never cared much for rules. So they took power.
In the end United States kind of lucked out, compared to Europe — but don’t try to tell that to anybody who managed to live through it. It’s not just our habit of democratic governance that brought us out of it without tyranny and the devastation of Europe and Asia. FDR had a certain amount of demagogue blood in him.
Or as he proclaimed in accepting the Democratic Party nomination,
“Throughout the nation men and women … look to us here for guidance andfor more equitable opportunity to share in the distribution of national wealth… I pledge you, I pledge myself to a new deal for the American people… This is more than a political campaign. It is a call to arms.” (Italics added.) 
A better “opportunity to share in the distribution of national wealth? … A call to arms?” Has the Obama crowd seen this speech?  FDR naturally attacked greed and wealth, coming from a family of old wealth and long-forgotten greed himself. Greed is in the eye of the accuser.
What’s the bottom line? Well, certain politicians thrive in times of trouble; and if they don’t see enough trouble, they’re always happy to add some more.
They always practice the same kind of demagogy. They always promise radical change. And they often bring the opposite.  Historians have long pointed to the breakdown of Europe’s  middle class as the single biggest earthquake, the one that shook all the other pillars of society until it crumbled. 

In the 21st century, you can kill the middle class by teaching kids to despise their parents and their traditions; you can tax them into poverty; you can whip up nationalistic fervor against the Frogs or the Boches; you can inflate the currency so that everybody is equally miserable; you can teach the poor, the black, the women, the young, to attack the middle class values that brought prosperity over generations of toil; you can torpedo the currency and destroy retirement plans; you can turn the Organs of Propaganda — pahdon me, the “news media” — to assault middle class values; you can unify the very wealthy with the very poor to try to squeeze and whack the middle; you can take historic wrongs like black slavery or Christopher Columbus to turn people against each other; you can easily turn bubbleheaded movie makers and starlets against George W. Bush; you can break the banks and turn the desperate against the malefactors of great wealth; or you can unify white liberals with poor blacks and militant feminists against all the Evil White Guys…

But it’s all the same, you see. Nothing ever changes except the color of the flags and the uniforms. And it’s always the militant idealists, the obsessional clerks and scribblers, who seize the moment to raise yet another Hero of Change and Hope to the peak of power. Because, you see, Adolf Hitler was not the exception. In the century of Mao Zedong and Pol Pot, of Lenin and Stalin, of Fidel Castro and Hugo Chavez, of Robert Mugabe and Saddam Hussein, of Ahmadinejad and Khomeini, of genocidal little tyrants in the Sudan and Rwanda, Hitler was by no means the exception.
He was just brought down faster than the others.  Heigh-ho. Interesting times.
See what a little history can teach you?

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Obama’s Inner Demons, Unleashed On Us All

As I post this essay by Joan Swirsky, I have read headlines today that Obama plans to drop sanctions against Iranian WMD Companies and that the Trojan Horse President also plans to massively reduce our nuclear arms.

One would not think someone the media says is so smart and intelligent would be so stupid and naive.  So we must then assume that this is deliberate.  Of course we tried to warn the American people what his real plans were, despite the bold-faced lies Obama told to the general public during the campaign.

We face an American Antichrist to our liberties, and quite possibly, to our very lives.

Obama, like all despotic narcissists, hold in disdain entire populations and classses of people that they blame for their own damaged pasts. Like Hitler, who was abandoned by his father and was left searching to find himself in a cocoon of hatred, Obama has followed the same path – now to the most powerful office on earth.



Obama’s Revenge

Joan Swirsky

Once upon a time, a white teenager from Kansas got pregnant by her black Kenyan boyfriend, Barack Obama Sr., or was it her husband? Whatever. (I say whatever because we’ve never seen either marriage or divorce certificates). Some say the couple was in Kenya visiting relatives when the birth of their son, Barack Obama Jr., occurred. No matter. (I say no matter because we’ve never seen an authentic birth certificate). By the time the baby was two years old his father abandoned him for his other wife and child in Kenya.

I wonder how toddler Barry felt when his father left him, and never reappeared until a single time when the boy was 10. Bewildered? Sad? Lonely? Angry? What do two-year-olds do with those feelings? 

It didn’t take long for Barry’s mother to meet and marry an Indonesian native named Lolo Soetoro. They moved to Indonesia, where her child became Barry Soetoro, took on Indonesian citizenship, and was presumably schooled in public, Christian, and Muslim schools. (I say presumably because we’ve never seen those school records). But when Barry was 10 years old, his mother sent him back to the U.S. to be raised by her parents, Madelyn and Stanley Dunham, although she kept her baby daughter Maya Soetoro with her. 

I wonder how the by-now fully-sentient young Barry felt when his mother sent him packing. Sad? Jealous of the baby who remained behind with mommy? Confused and dizzy by the disparate cultures – languages, customs, foods, sights, sounds, schooling – he had experienced? Resentful? What did Barry do with those feelings? 

By the time he was 10, the boy had been abandoned three times – by his father, stepfather, and mother. And although he was raised by his white grandparents in Hawaii – where “people of color” were not his color – he found out soon enough that his mixed-race background rendered him, in effect, an outsider. Did that make him feel self-conscious, indignant, victimized? 

But he wasn’t altogether an outsider. In Hawaii, young Barry met Frank Marshall Davis, his first and perhaps most influential mentor. The infamous Marshall, a Communist activist (and self-confessed pedophile) taught Barry – was it Obama, Soetero, Dunham? – that white people were the devil incarnate and that blacks were the most “victimized” people on earth. 

Yet the abandoned and rejected child was lucky. His white-devil grandparents gave him a comfortable life in Hawaii, and an education that apparently qualified him to attend several prestigious schools – Occidental College in CA, Columbia Univ. in NY City, and Harvard Law School in Cambridge, MA.(I say apparently qualified because we’ve never seen any of his college transcripts). 


After his undergraduate days at Columbia, Obama chose not to go to graduate school, but instead held various jobs in the Big Apple and then moved to Chicago to become a community organizer. Although he had been exposed to American exceptionalism through his life in the United States and his privileged education, it is clear that his experiences in impoverished Kenya and totalitarian Indonesia, as well as his exposure to Marshall and the other radicals he had met during his years in New York – among them the unrepentant domestic terrorists William Ayers and Bernadine Dohrn of Weather Underground infamy – made the deepest and most lasting impressions. 

Their messages of American imperialism and its white-devil culture clearly resonated in the thrice-abandoned boy. In his young-adult and adult years, free to choose his friends and pursuits, he opted exclusively for far-left socialists and Marxists, and activities aimed at relieving the suffering of people he perceived to be as victimized as apparently he felt he had been. He understood their feelings of helplessness, hopelessness, and impotent rage, as well as the pain of fatherlessness. After all, his Harvard-educated father consciously chose to leave him. And his mother gave him away. Was that depressing to Barry? Infuriating? 

When given the opportunity to join one of dozens of churches in Chicago, Barry – who had morphed into Barack – opted for the Trinity United Church of Christ, which was led by the fire-breathing Rev. Jeremiah Wright, whose decades-long anti-American and anti-Semitic rants apparently resonated in Obama’s rejected and abandoned heart and soul. (I say apparently resonated because in over 20 years of regular attendance, Obama said he heard nothing inflammatory or anti-American, and we’ve never seen the videotapes of any sermon, although each one was unfailingly recorded). 

“God damn America,” Wright raged. “The chickens have come home to roost,” he “preached” to his whooping and hollering congregation after 9/11. Obama heard nothing. 

But it wasn’t only Wright who Obama was attracted to in Chicago. He was also drawn to another hate-spewing radical, Rev. Louis Farrakhan, as well as to the raving Father Michael Phleger, the radical Islamist Khalid Rashidi, his friends and neighbors the Ayers, and to equally-close friends “Tony” and Rita Rezko – Tony being the notorious “fixer” and now-convicted-and-imprisoned felon for fraud, bribery, and money laundering. What did the seemingly mild-mannered Obama find so irresistible in these angry and/or crooked people and others like them? Was it the same thing that a shy man finds in his attraction to a flamboyant girlfriend – and alter-ego, a person who expresses what he really feels but is unable to give voice to?  

In these relationships and in community organizing – which offers inner-city mostly-black residents job training, tutoring, and methods to organize tenants’-rights groups and voter-registration drives, etc. – the twenty-something Obama apparently found his calling, and also a renewed and burning ambition. 


While his community-organizing job paid a paltry $12,000 or so per year, Obama somehow managed to pay his way through one of the priciest graduate schools in the world, Harvard Law School. (I say somehow managed because we have no record of his tuition payments). Even more amazing, he became the first black president of the Harvard Law Review without ever producing a written paper – or at least a paper that the public has ever read.

There is a good deal of evidence that Obama’s acceptance at Harvard Law – and his tuition – were facilitated by friends who had a vested interest in the community organizer. Among them was Percy Sutton, a former Manhattan borough president and ardent leftist, who was also Malcolm X’s lawyer. In an interview last year, the octogenarian Sutton stated: “I was introduced to [Obama] by a friend. The friend’s name was Dr. Khalid al-Mansour, and the introduction took place about 20 years ago.” Sutton described al-Mansour as “the principle adviser to one of the world’s richest men” and suggested that al-Mansour was raising money for Obama. Knowing that Sutton had friends at Harvard, al-Mansour asked him if he would write a letter to Harvard recommending Obama, which Sutton did most agreeably. This took place about 1988 when 27-year-old Obama was applying to Harvard Law.

Journalist Jack Cashill has credibly speculated that Obama’s two memoirs were actually written by his pal Bill Ayers, who was and is a University of Illinois at Chicago English professor, having escaped life in prison on a technicality. Two years [after he was admitted to law school], Cashill writes, “while still a law student, Obama improbably received an advance to write a memoir that would be called `Dreams From My Father: A Story of Race and Inheritance,’ which was published in 1995.” His second memoir, published in 2006, was “The Audacity of Hope: Thoughts on Reclaiming the American Dream.” (I suspect Cashill said “improbably received an advance” because, as stated earlier, Obama had not produced even one paper or distinguished himself in any way to have inspired a major publishing company to approach him).

Al this begs the question: Who writes two memoirs about himself before the age of 45? My own speculation is that it could be no one but a narcissist.  As most people know in this age of pop psychology, the psychiatric disorder of narcissism derives from the Greek myth in which Narcissus, a handsome young man, became obsessed with himself and fell in love with his own image as he gazed into a pool of water. A lot of people have some degree of narcissism, which is characterized by grandiosity, an unquenchable need for admiration, unhealthy self-absorption, dependence on the affirmation of others, and also a lack of empathy, which is hidden by both personal charm and the kind of earnest language that pretends to “feel your pain.”

Or he could be a malignant narcissist., which psychiatrist Dr. Otto Kernberg, a legendary leader in thought disorders, compares to a narcissist on steroids. This variety involves paranoid traits (think of Obama’s thin-skinned, quasi-hysterical reactions to Rush Limbaugh and Sarah Palin), and ego-syntonic aggression, which means the person is perfectly in-sync with people who have the courage he lacks to lash out.

But consider the source! Obama’s father was a self-aggrandizing narcissist who thought nothing of throwing his son away to fulfill his own ambitions and his mother also threw him away for the same reason. Talk about DNA, which Obama perfectly exhibited when, during his campaign, he unflinchingly dispensed with both his white grandmother and his black “mentor” Rev. Wright for his personal ambition.


This leads me to only one conclusion, which I wrote about in a former article: “Obama: The Trojan Horse.” My theory is that President Obama’s narcissistic charm, even temperament, skill with words (teleprompter included), hunger to please, radical agenda, and subterranean rage at the “unfair” American system have been brilliantly exploited by powerful leftist radicals and Marxists in the United States, who for decades have plotted America’s path to socialism. He is their pawn, totally dispensable but handy while the “aura” lasts.

These “handlers” saw in Obama the ideal blank slate on which to actualize their agenda, and they made sure the slate remained blank by concealing (or destroying) any evidence of his past, including his birth certificate, Selective Service record, visa(s), school transcripts, and other vital documents. All of which is costing his moneyed backers – including America-loathing billionaire George Soros – multimillions in lawyers’ fees to fight the proliferating lawsuits that seek the truth about this stealth president.

In fact, former ambassador Alan Keyes, one of the many plaintiffs seeking proof of Obama’s American citizenship, has reported that Obama’s lawyers have now filed a motion “to quash our effort to obtain the relevant documents…[which] confirms Obama’s ruthless determination to destroy anyone who continues to seek the information the Constitution requires. Obama thus signals his intent to bring financial ruin on those who won’t accept his cover-up of the circumstances of his birth is a tactical escalation. It confirms the common sense suspicion that he won’t act forthrightly in this matter because he has something to hide.”

It is clear that Obama and his fellow radicals are restive. In the less-than four weeks of his presidency, the new president has taken volumes from the Marxian handbook, which dictates that the stupid masses be blitzed with an overload of information, hollow press conferences, appointments, dismantling of formerly effective national-security programs, et al., in order to set the stage for a massive, Soviet-style takeover of our government, including a civilian national security force that Obama has said should be “just as powerful, strong and well-funded as the U.S. military.” Echoes of Nazi Germany in 1938, anyone?

According to writer Kyle-Anne Shrive, in Obama’s ascendance:

“We have yet to see a more perfect collision of Murphy’s Law with the Peter Principle. In only three weeks’ time, [he] has signaled to every terrorist on the planet that we are a sorry, groveling, ashamed nation ready to come to the diplomatic confessional. He is closing Gitmo within one year, has suspended trials there, and dismissed the charges against the U.S.S. Cole plotter. [He] has just put our money where his mouth is and is using $20.3 million to bring in Palestinian refugees from Gaza…[he] had the gall to pronounce the so-called economic stimulus bill absolutely free of `earmarks’ and `make-do work’…but according to the Congressional Budget Office [this bill] will do worse to our overall economy than no government action whatsoever.”

And Obama has done all this with the predictable double-speak that characterizes malevolent intention, i.e., touting transparency while concealing everything, speaking of integrity while appointing crooks and incompetents riddled with conflicts-of-interest, supporting energy independence while killing off-shore and domestic oil-drilling and nuclear power, and feigning optimism while he speaks of impending “catastrophe” in order to push through a pork-laden, trillion-dollar-plus Stimulus plan that rewards the corrupt voter-fraud organization Acorn with billions and unions with discriminatory union-only labor agreements, paves the way for socialized medicine, and threatens to take away the most cherished rights of We The People.

As blogger Eric Gurr has said: “We still talk about the health care crisis, the environmental crisis, the oil crisis, the banking crisis. Let me tell you my friends you are about to learn the meaning of the only crisis that matters, the survival crisis.”

You can be sure that the sad-lonely-angry two-year-old, the jealous-confused-resentful 10-year-old, the self-conscious- cheated-victimized adolescent, and the man who found solace in and identified with his hate-America mentors is now determined to redeem all of his demons.

Unfortunately, he is acting out his rage on free-market capitalism, a free press, property and gun rights, a limited constitutional government, protection of the unborn, and everything else that is good and great about our country.

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CNN Finally Gives In To Expose Obama’s Extensive Ties To Terrorist Ayers

I’m surprised, because I fully expected the Mainstream Press to continue to run interference for Obama in order to help elect him to Caesar – but perhaps the overwhelming evidence of Obama’s ties to radicals that hate America was too much for even them to ignore.


CNN’s Drew Griffin on links between Barack Obama and a founder of the 1960s terror group Weather Underground, Bill Ayers.

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Obama: America Is No Longer Christian

Technically this is old news, but since Obama is one step away from the presidency, it’s not a bad idea to review this guy’s dismissal of and outright disgust and loathing of Christians in America.

He’s clever and insidious enough not to come out and plainly say that he detests and considers Biblical Christians to be the spawn of Satan, but all one has to do is read his books, review his statements and those of his former spiritual Advisor, to get a pretty clear picture of what he really thinks about ardent biblical Christians.

Last year he revealed on Meet The Press that Democrats do not like Christians and that they will need to “talk” with Christians if they wanted to win elections.  It’s apparent that what he meant was to jump on the Christian Left bandwagon, where Christian Socialism would be the bridge between his political Marxism and that of religious duty to appeal to biblical followers.  

We should not be deceived.  Obama surrounds himself with individuals that have clear disdain for both Whites and Evangelical Christians.  From the fiery Hate Whitey sermons from his former Pastor of twenty years Jeremiah Wright, the lauding of nation of Islam’s Louis Farrakahn, to his military advisor Merrill McPeak who has no problem equating Evangelicals to Hamas and Hezbollah, it is proper for us to deeply consider Obama’s associations, and the cleverly couched ‘explanations’ of his statements about Christians.

What Christians MUST consider, is that Obama INSISTS and DECLARES that he is a converted Christian, yet continuously supports policies and ideas that are anathema to both the Christian faith, and America itself. Abortion being just one of many, many conflicts that do not square with any Christian tenets.

Obama does not think that one has to go through Christ to get to the Kingdom of Heaven, that one can take any path he chooses to get there.  Considering just these facts, can Obama be trusted with the keys to the White House and safeguarding the very liberties that allow you to worship God the Way Jesus leads you?

Or will Obama, once in office, make official policies to declare your biblical faith a hijacker of “True Christianity” and charge you with “Hate crimes” for refusing to bow the knee to any faith but Christ’s?

History is repleat with men like Obama, who telegraphed their real intentions behind all the fancy rhetortic, and led millions to slaughter once secured in office.


Obama: America is ‘no longer Christian’ 
Democrat says nation also for Muslims, nonbelievers

By Aaron Klein
© 2008 WorldNetDaily


JERUSALEM – Some have been taking issue with largely unnoticed comments made last year by Sen. Barack Obama declaring the U.S. is “no longer a Christian nation” but is also a nation of others, including Muslims and nonbelievers.

The comments have been recently recirculating on Internet blogs.

“Whatever we once were, we’re no longer a Christian nation. At least not just. We are also a Jewish nation, a Muslim nation, and a Buddhist nation, and a Hindu nation, and a nation of nonbelievers,” Obama said during a June 2007 speech.

At the speech, Obama also seemingly blasted the “Christian Right” for hijacking religion and using it to divide the nation:

“Somehow, somewhere along the way, faith stopped being used to bring us together and started being used to drive us apart. It got hijacked. Part of it’s because of the so-called leaders of the Christian Right, who’ve been all too eager to exploit what divides us,” he said.

Asked last year to clarify his remarks, Obama repeated them to the Christian Broadcast Network:

“I think that the right might worry a bit more about the dangers of sectarianism. Whatever we once were, we’re no longer just a Christian nation; we are also a Jewish nation, a Muslim nation, a Buddhist nation, a Hindu nation, and a nation of nonbelievers,” Obama wrote in an e-mail to CBN News senior national correspondent David Brody.

“We should acknowledge this and realize that when we’re formulating policies from the state house to the Senate floor to the White House, we’ve got to work to translate our reasoning into values that are accessible to every one of our citizens, not just members of our own faith community,” wrote Obama.

Oregon has a large evangelical Christian community.

Obama did clarify his statement about the “Christian Right.”

“My intention was to contrast the heated partisan rhetoric of a distinct minority of Christian leaders with the vast majority of Evangelical Christians – conservatives included – who believe that hate has no place in our politics.

“When you have pastors and television pundits who appear to explicitly coordinate with one political party; when you’re implying that your fellow Americans are traitors, terrorist sympathizers or akin to the devil himself; then I think you’re attempting to hijack the faith of those who follow you for your own personal or political ends,” wrote Obama.

The Illinois senator’s speech declaring the U.S. “no longer Christian” was met with little fanfare. But it has been getting some recent play.

television commercial that aired in South Dakota by a group calling itself the Coalition Against Anti-Christian Rhetoric juxtaposes the audio of Obama’s “no longer Christian” statement over images of the presidential candidate dressed in Somali garb and a picture of Obama with his hands rested below his waist while other politicians place their hands over their hearts during the Pledge of Allegiance.

“It’s time for people to take a stand against Barack Hussein Obama,” declares the voiceover on the commercial.

The Gateway Pundit blog took notice of Obama’s speech about the U.S. being a nation also for Muslims and non-believers.

“This won’t play well in the Bible Belt,” commented the blog in a recent posting.

Obama’s campaign has long utilized faith as a central theme. The candidate’s Christianity and his former membership in the controversial Trinity United Church of Christ have been much scrutinized.

His comment about the “Christian Right” echoed similar statements made by Merrill A. McPeak, Obama’s military adviser and national campaign co-chairman.

As WND reported, in a 2003 interview with The Oregonian newspaper, McPeak seemed to compare evangelical Christians to the terror groups Hamas and Hezbollah.

The Oregonian interviewer asked McPeak whether “there’s an element within Hamas, Hezbollah, that doesn’t want Israel to exist at all and always will be there?”

McPeak responded by comparing the two terror groups to “radical” Oregonians.

“There’s an element in Oregon, you know, that’s always going to be radical in some pernicious way, and likely to clothe it in religious garments, so it makes it harder to attack. So there’s craziness all over the place.”







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Religious Extremism Okay If It Hates America The Democrat Way

Excusing Extremist Marxist Pastors

While I am convinced the Marxist/Socialist Left in this country HATE Christianity and religion with a passion, it is amazing to see the blatant hypocrisy of their support and excuse-making for so-called Christian Pastors like Jeremiah Wright if the gospel preached is one based on America-hatred and Socialism.

I will go on record to state in my opinion, Obama’s “christianity” is as fake and theatrical as his political speeches. Everything is about political expediency to achieve power for this America-hating Socialist – as it is for his former pastor and mentor of the last twenty years.

In the fallout after the new media trumpeted Wright’s Hate America antics in his sermons – all-of-a-sudden, the Left has found religion, and witness the scramble and call to protect the free exercise of religion if the liturgy is America-hating Socialism.

Traditional Christianity can still go to hell as far as the Left is concerned however.

Liberals’ new cause: Religious extremism

Open the pages of a liberal magazine or peruse the liberal blogosphere, and you’re bound to come across denunciations of the religious right, if not religion itself. The “reality-based community,” as self-satisfied liberal bloggers call themselves, was a term created in direct response to the “faith-based community,” what the Bush administration called recipients of money from its Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives. Given the religious right’s use of “faith” to justify hoaxes such as “intelligent design” and the ruinous attempt to convert homosexuals into heterosexuals, the left had good reason to criticize, and sometimes mock, the absurdities that are the inevitable result of religion mixing with politics.

Yet the left, with its healthy skepticism toward religion, has shown itself to be cynically flexible over the past few weeks in response to the utter insanities emitted from the big mouth of the Rev. Jeremiah Wright, Sen. Barack Obama’s pastor, mentor and friend of 20 years. Suddenly, some liberals have discovered a newfound love for extremists who hide behind the cloth to justify their radical views.

The lunatic remarks made by Wright in videotaped sermons released in March — which, lest there be any doubt that these pearls of wisdom were taken “out of context,” Wright reaffirmed at the National Press Club last week — are indefensible, and it is beyond pedantry to quibble over whether a spirited defense of Louis Farrakhan is more or less offensive than blaming abortion doctors and gays for Sept. 11, 2001, as Jerry Falwell infamously did two days after the terrorist attacks.

But in the warped minds of some on the left, uttering such inanities is not only “understandable,” it’s laudable. That is, of course, if the person alleging that the government created AIDS to kill African-Americans is an aggrieved black man lashing out at the rapacious, capitalist and irredeemably racist United States. Wright, you see, is actually a “patriot” for speaking uncomfortable “truths” about his country.

John Nichols is the Washington correspondent for The Nation. Like most of his comrades, he tends to be a vociferous critic of the religious right, regularly denouncing them for all manner of bad deeds. But to Nichols, Wright is not a divisive figure spreading dangerous lies. He is, in fact, “in possession of the balm that has frequently proven to be the cure for what ails America,” that is, “an eyes-wide-open faith in the prospect that this country can and will put aside the sins of the past and forge a future that is as just as it is righteous.” Nichols ended his ode to Wright by comparing the preacher to none other than Thomas Jefferson, a comparison that Wright would likely find insulting, given that he’s accused the author of the Declaration of Independence of pedophilia.


Indeed, many on the left are trying to outdo one another comparing great historical figures to Wright, whose most proximate antecedent would be a black, religious Lyndon LaRouche. Princeton professor Melissa Harris-Lacewell called Wright “Our Jeremiah,” in that he is akin to the “biblical truth tellers who regularly warned the government that divine destruction was imminent if the nation continued to oppress the powerless.” She then decided to insult the very notion of historical memory by comparing Wright to Frederick Douglass. Don Wycliff, former public editor of the Chicago Tribune, was perplexed as to what all the fuss over Wright was about. “I’m trying to figure out what it was that got everybody’s shorts into a twist,” he wrote in Commonweal magazine. (Wycliff’s bewilderment over the reaction to Wright’s lies and hyperbole does not speak well to his skills as an ombudsman.) The double standard some liberals have employed in response to Wright makes one seriously consider their oft-stated preference for
rationality, reason and secularism over superstition and prejudice.

Wright attacks capitalism throughout his sermons, an odd ideological target for a man who reportedly drives a Porsche and whose grateful congregants are building him a $1 million, four-garage home in a predominantly white suburb of Chicago (so much for being “unapologetically black”). He has also praised Cuba’s Fidel Castro and Libya’s Muammar al-Qadhafi. So it’s really no wonder that a huckster such as Wright has emerged as some sort of “reality-based community” folk hero. The political left finds common cause with the religious left and is apparently willing to overlook exactly the sort of racist sectarianism that it would be so quick to condemn were its perpetrator a white conservative.

Last Monday, Wright claimed that criticism directed toward him represents “an attack on the black church.” With this shot across the bow, Wright perpetrated a solipsistic conflation of the mainstream African-American religious tradition (which, despite the protestations of his apologists, he does not represent) with his own bigoted paranoias: anti-Zionism, anti-white racism and the lie (especially dangerous in the black community, where HIV infection is skyrocketing) that the government created the virus to kill African-Americans.

As much as Obama may now try to separate himself from his former preacher, he unwittingly justified Wright’s barnstorming performance with his initial justification that “I can no more disown him than I can disown the black community.” Unfortunately, some in the reality-based community seem to agree.


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Birds Of A Feather: Obama’s Pastor Wright – A Former Muslim

Things we know about Islam:

Once a Muslim, always a Muslim according to Islamic leaders.

It is permissible to lie and deceive infidels according to several Hadiths.

Things we know about Obama’s Pastor of 20 years Jeremiah Wright:

He is a Black Nationalist, hates America and Whites.

Celebrated Nation of Islam’s Louis Farrakahn with a Lifetime Achievement Award.

Traveled to meet Moammar Quadaffi.

Things we recently knew about Obama:

Obama is a former Muslim

Things we did not know:

Obama’s pastor Wright – his spiritual advisor for over 20 years – is a former Muslim himself.

Birds of a feather flock together.

Obama’s pastor Jeremiah Wright: Former Muslim

an old article last year (March 07) From TNR about Obama was written by Ryan Lizza, Senior editor at The New Republic. It’s a biographical piece, but in the article, it explicitly states that Jeremiah Wright is a former Muslim.

From Wright and others, Obama learned that part of his problem as an organizer was that he was trying to build a confederation of churches but wasn’t showing up in the pews on Sunday. When pastors asked him the inevitable questions about his own spiritual life, Obama would duck them uncomfortably. A Reverend Philips put the problem to him squarely when he learned that Obama didn’t attend services. “It might help your mission if you had a church home,” he told Obama. “It doesn’t matter where, really. What you’re asking from pastors requires us to set aside some of our more priestly concerns in favor of prophesy. That requires a good deal of faith on our part. It makes us want to know just where you’re getting yours from.”

After many lectures like this, Obama decided to take a second look at Wright’s church. Older pastors warned him that Trinity was for “Buppies”–black urban professionals–and didn’t have enough street cred. But Wright was a former Muslim and black nationalist who had studied at Howard and Chicago, and Trinity’s guiding principles–what the church calls the “Black Value System”–included a “Disavowal of the Pursuit of Middleclassness.’”

The crosscurrents appealed to Obama. He came to believe that the church could not only compensate for the limitations of Alinsky-style organizing but could help answer the nagging identity problem he had come to Chicago to solve. “It was a powerful program, this cultural community,” he wrote, “one more pliant than simple nationalism, more sustaining than my own brand of organizing.”

As a result, over the years, Wright became not only Obama’s pastor, but his mentor. The title of Obama’s recent book, The Audacity of Hope, is based on a sermon by Wright. (It’s worth noting, however, that, while Obama’s book is a coolheaded appeal for common ground in an age of political polarization, Wright’s sermon, “The Audacity to Hope,” is a fiery jeremiad about persevering in a world of nuclear arms and racial inequality.) Wright is one of the first people Obama thanked after his Senate victory in 2004, and he recently name-checked Wright in his speech to civil rights leaders in Selma, Alabama.

So the question is, why hasn’t anyone mentioned the fact that he’s a former Muslim? Could this be why Obama’s church posted a Hamas manifesto in the Trinity Church program last year? It obviously explains Wright’s affinity with Louis Farrakhan. It also explains more why Rev. Wright got his Masters degree in “Islam in West Africa


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Obama Dances The Spin Dance To The Lies That Bind


After watching and reading Barrack Hussein Obama’s attempt Friday evening to calm the uproar over his pastor’s extremist anti-American/anti-white racism and his association with the Tony Rezko and William Ayers scandals, I’m convinced Obama is a better dancer around the truth than even Bill Clinton was.

In fact, Obama makes himself the Fred Astaire of bullpuckey. Obama’s dance, spin and twirl around questions of his judgment about the kind of company he keeps over the last two decades was truly breathtaking. It must be a political resume enhancer in this day and age to be able to lie with incredible skill and aplomb, for the people marvel at the ability to boldly lie with grace, and in that ability – Obama has shown he shines.

However, I was not fooled by Barrack’s sleight-of-foot.

Obama is an amazing liar. Smooth, misdirecting and redefining with incredible ease with little stumbling. He has raised spin to an new art form of mastery – one that puts the Clinton’s to utter shame and makes the former president look like an amateur “The-Dog-Ate-My-Homework” dufus.

Let’s take a look at Obama’s Spin Dance on Friday after the story about his Afro-centric pastor gained legs in the mainstream media. Amidst all the twirling spin and graceful sidesteps, there are glowing gaps of truth left wide open for us to discover.

Obama began his spin performance with a letter he wrote to the Huffington Post Friday afternoon.

He begins with a statement that will become his signature move of the evening by a strong footstomp of fact:

“The pastor of my church, Rev. Jeremiah Wright, recently preached his last sermon and is in the process of retiring”

This became a foundational talking point that both Obama and his Apologists made sure was underscored. Fine. Hooray. He’s retiring. But it doesn’t really matter what Wright’s after-the-fact retirement is. The fact remains that Obama chose to be an intimate part of his congregation for two decades.

Then Obama employs the typical footwork of distancing himself from the firestorm controversy with these distinctive dance moves:

Let me say at the outset that I vehemently disagree and strongly condemn the statements that have been the subject of this controversy. I categorically denounce any statement that disparages our great country or serves to divide us from our allies. I also believe that words that degrade individuals have no place in our public dialogue, whether it’s on the campaign stump or in the pulpit. In sum, I reject outright the statements by Rev. Wright that are at issue.

While the footwork is admirable here, he cannot outdance the fact that these comments by his pastor are not rare or new. In fact Wright has a decades-long history of combining his politics with his sermons. Obama even wrote about them in his book “Dreams from my father”. It is what inspired Obama to become a member. If Obama vehemently disagrees with these views, how is it he attended this separatist congregation for so long? Even as far as being married by and having his children baptised by this man and supporting it financially?

Somehow we are to believe Obama repudiates any statement that “disparages our great country or serves to divide us” when he attended a church by choice with a slogan of: “Unashamedly Black. Unapologetically Christian”? I cannot imagine what nuclear firestorm the Democrats and the media would have had if Mitt Romney was discovered to have attended even ONE service in a church with a slogan: “Unashamedly White. Unapologetically Mormon”.

Somehow though, Obama wants us to believe he eschews what ‘divides us’ when he attends and supports a church that preaches division and disparages whites and this country for 20 years?

Barrack Hussein Obama then attempts to just boldly deny he even knew of this ideology of his pastor:

”The statements that Rev. Wright made that are the cause of this controversy were not statements I personally heard him preach while I sat in the pews of Trinity or heard him utter in private conversation. When these statements first came to my attention, it was at the beginning of my presidential campaign. I made it clear at the time that I strongly condemned his comments.”

We cannot buy into this lie. While the technique of side-sliding is a bold one here, the fact remains that Wright preached some of the most outlandish comments played by the media this week from a 2003 Christmas sermon. Then there is the fact Wright himself WROTE articles in his magazine and had them published in his church bulletins. He had put many of his offensive political diatribes on DVD, including one “The Best of Pastor Wright” that contained many of these political rants we have been seeing clips of.

Does Obama really think we will buy his excuse that in 20 years of Wright’s Hate America, Hate Whitey liturgies – that he never knew where his pastor stood on these issues he says he opposes?? What a miracle for Obama to miss EVERY sermon, study and article Wright wrote that identifies his extremist views in the like manner we have been reading and hearing excerpts from.

No. And we shouldn’t. For this is one of Obama’s most glaring lies of the evening, one that he repeats on Fox News, and on CNN with Anderson Cooper, thinking that we will be so stunned by his denials, we will simply accept his statement at face value.

Well, we can’t.

As was pointed out almost immediately after his denouncement letter was posted on the Huffinton Post, on January 7th, 2008, journalist Ronald Kessler wrote the following, posted at Newsmax.com:

“Just before Obama’s nationally televised campaign kickoff rally last Feb. 10, the candidate [Obama] disinvited Wright from giving the public invocation. Wright explained: “When [Obama’s] enemies find out that in 1984 I went to Tripoli” to visit Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi with Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan, “a lot of his Jewish support will dry up quicker than a snowball in hell.”

According to Wright, Obama then told him, “’You can get kind of rough in the sermons, so what we’ve decided is that it’s best for you not to be out there in public.’” But privately, Obama and his family prayed with Wright just before the presidential announcement.”

According to Wright, Obama attended sermons containing “rough content”, and knew that Wright’s sermons might be considered objectionable to voters.

So right there we can know – Obama lied.

It’s either that or his former pastor Jeremiah Wright lied about what Obama said.

But why would Mr. Wright have to lie about what Obama said he knew? He was after all, in fact, DISinvited to give the invocation at Obama’s presidential annoucement, which means there had to be a reason for the retraction of the invite.

Let’s be plain, Obama lied. Boldfaced. To the media Friday night.

Obama said he was never present when these ‘political’ and ‘social gospel’ messages were being ranted about by pastor Wright. He said so again later on with Anderson Cooper on CNN. Boldfaced. Straight into the camera when asked specifically whether or not he ever heard these sermons by Wright.

Obama said no, he never heard Wright talk like he had in those sermons.

Yet Jim Davis from a Newsmax story on August 9 of last year reported that Obama WAS IN ATTENDANCE at a sermon at Wright’s Trinity United where he launched into a litany of Hate White America rantings:

Wright’s strong sentiments were echoed in the Sunday morning service attended by NewsMax.

Wright laced into America’s establishment, blaming the “white arrogance” of America’s Caucasian majority for the woes of the world, especially the oppression suffered by blacks. To underscore the point he refers to the country as the “United States of White America.” Many in the congregation, including Obama, nodded in apparent agreement as these statements were made.

So, according to what Newsmax reported, what Barrack Hussein Obama said Friday night, makes him a liar.

Or he has Alzheimers.

Or, as is permissible in Islam, LIES to confuse the infidels.

It is incredulous in itself to think that we can take Obama’s denial of ever knowing about his pastor’s extremism as truth. His own church’s magazine the Trumpet, or the church bulletins are littered with essays by Wright proclaiming “This racist United States of America”.

Barrack Hussein Obama wants us, you and me to believe he never heard the sermons, watched the DVDs or read the literature from his own church.

It is clear that Obama’s former spiritual advisor hates America and Obama’s wife has said she has only been proud of America once; when it voted for her husband. It does not take a genius to figure out the connection between the kind of hate his pastor preached and what Michelle Obama meant behind the words she spoke. It also gives us pause to ask; exactly what kind of CHANGE and HOPE is Obama really talking about, and for whom?

Obama dances the mezmerizing dance of obfuscation and spin. On Saturday in Indiana he “calls for unity” and evokes RFK to attempt a deflection for the audience, and while they admire his incredible spinning, he’s hoping no one will notice he is dancing to different music altogether while reprising a line from his 2004 Democratic Convention speech:

“there’s no black America, white America, or Asian America or Latino America. There’s the United States of America.”

He says this now, yet sat in a Wright sermon and nodded his head in agreement when his former pastor and spiritual mentor disparaged this country as “…the United States of White America.”

But the skill of a dancer is not just in employing a single technique to perfection, but combining several to make the signature his very own, and it is here that Obama has shown he can just about outdance anyone. After preaching about unity, remembering RFK and MLK, Obama then launches from defense to offense and in perfect subtle aplomb, suggests those pointing out his flaws in judgment, are the dividers; the ugly ones:

But I noticed over the last several weeks that the forces of division have started to raise their ugly heads again. And I’m not here to cast blame or point fingers because everybody, you know, senses that there’s been this shift. You know, that you’ve been seeing in the reporting. You’ve been seeing some of the commentaries of supporters on all sides.

Okay, so Obama sat in this divisive “Unashamedly Black” congregation for two decades and has the audacity to suggest that the forces of division are “raising their ugly heads” in the last several weeks? What about the last twenty years in YOUR chosen congregation Barrack?? Or are the forces of division being when those outside your congregation point out your incredible lack of judgment?

But while we use this moment to ponder, Obama, like a politcal Michael Jackson is up with a Moonwalk maneuver to shift attention by tossing the top hat of blame on the audience:

And it just reminds me that we’ve got a tragic history when it comes to race in this country. We’ve got a lot of pent-up anger and bitterness and misunderstanding. But what I continue to believe in is that this country wants to move beyond these kinds of divisions. That this country wants something different.

Really Mr. Obama?

Did you come to that revelation AFTER you left a twenty-year Seminary on Hating White America?

But while some are noticing the fact Obama is not keeping up with the beat forthrightly, the fact really is that the music he is dancing to is music he refuses to face.

Obama has horrible judgment in the kinds of associations he has, and his ability to dance around these very questionable characters and circumstances is beginning to reveal his amateurish political saavy. For all that incredible smoothness, he employs simple acrobatics with the truth to create an illusion.

From his ties to the former leader of the violent left-wing activist group the Weather Underground, to his ties with indicted Chicago financier Tony Rezko, Obama can dance hypnotically and make everyone almost forget he is dancing to the wrong music.

You’re a good dancer Barrack, but we’ve learned after Clinton how to spot the faults in the midst of an astoundingly smooth oratory.

Your past and your chosen associates, not to mention your platform – underscores the music that you are not fit for the Presidency.


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Obama’s Message and Platform Influenced By Extremism


Some think he’s the equivalent of the Political Second Coming.

Some of us are beginning to wonder if he’s the equivalent of something else.

In the continuing fallout from the revelations about Obama’s choice in immersing himself and his family in the anti-American, racist and extremist views of his longtime mentor and Pastor; Rev. Jeremiah Wright, the question of how much of Wright’s views have shaped and influenced Barrack Hussein Obama’s views?

It appears, quite a bit.

From Barrack Hussein Obama’s book “The Audacity of Hope”, to his own campaign platform of “Hope” and ‘Change” – it is now obvious that Jeremiah Wright Jr. has been an inspiration and lightning rod for Obama’s ideas and campaign.

How could he not be after two decades of Sundays with the kind of anti-American Black Nationalist sermons that we are now watching and seeing? How can one, whom by CHOICE decides to convert from non-devout Islam, be baptised, be married and have your children baptised in a church for two decades – NOT be influenced by the messages and ideas preached from the pulpit? His pastor certainly endorses Obama in almost messianic terms:

“There is a man here who can take this country in a new direction,” Wright said during his Jan. 13 sermon.

During a Christmas sermon, Wright tried to compare Obama’s upbringing to Jesus at the hands of the Romans.

“Barack knows what it means living in a country and a culture that is controlled by rich white people,” Wright said.

Is it now any wonder why fellow Black nationalist Nation of Islam’s Louis Farrakhan shares similar sentiments about Barrack Hussein Obama and proclaimed him as the “savior” of America and the world?

No. The answer is simple, these men endorse Obama because Obama best represents their own views.

In typical political spin and skill, Obama says he does not agree with what his pastor has said, yet Obama saw fit to attend this man’s congregation and subject himself to these views for 20 years. There is no way possible, that someone who who had such a deep association with such a radical who is in fact Obama’s spiritual advisor, who preaches a hate-America Afro-centric gospel was not influenced by the message this 40 year career pastor has been preaching. An ideology Obama willingly allowed himself and family to sit through for years and become deeply involved in. The Blame White America First mindset explains Michelle Obama’s statement that she has never been proud of America until her husband began winning primaries. It explains Obama’s promise to yank America out of the War on Jihadists and sit down to tea with the Iranians and Syrians. After all, Obama believes that America should not think itself “superior” in interactions with other countries.

Obama’s Trinity United Church of Christ in Chicago taught a doctrine of anti-Americanism and anti-White racism that squarely blamed America for 9-11.

“In the 21st century, white America got a wake-up call after 9/11/01. White America and the Western world came to realize that people of color had not gone away, faded into the woodwork or just “disappeared” as the Great White West kept on its merry way of ignoring Black concerns.”

As the Wall Street Journal notes today:

Hearing Mr. Wright’s venomous and paranoid denunciations of this country, the vast majority of Americans would walk out. Instead, Mr. Obama and his wife Michelle have presumably sat through numerous similar sermons by Mr. Wright.

Indeed, Mr. Obama has described Mr. Wright as his “sounding board” during the two decades he has known him. Mr. Obama has said he found religion through the minister in the 1980s. He joined the church in 1991 and walked down the aisle in a formal commitment of faith.

The title of Mr. Obama’s bestseller “The Audacity of Hope” comes from one of Wright’s sermons. Mr. Wright is one of the first people Mr. Obama thanked after his election to the Senate in 2004. Mr. Obama consulted Mr. Wright before deciding to run for president. He prayed privately with Mr. Wright before announcing his candidacy last year.

Mr. Obama obviously would not choose to belong to Mr. Wright’s church and seek his advice unless he agreed with at least some of his views. In light of Mr. Wright’s perspective, Michelle Obama’s comment that she feels proud of America for the first time in her adult life makes perfect sense.

Much as most of us would appreciate the symbolism of a black man ascending to the presidency, what we have in Barack Obama is a politician whose closeness to Mr. Wright underscores his radical record.

Obama’s press spokesman Bill Burton said, “Sen. Obama has said repeatedly that personal attacks such as this have no place in this campaign or our politics, whether they’re offered from a platform at a rally or the pulpit of a church. Sen. Obama does not think of the pastor of his church in political terms. Like a member of his family, there are things he says with which Sen. Obama deeply disagrees”.

Obama described the pastor as “an old uncle who sometimes will say things that I don’t agree with.”

Well, this begs the question: how much of the “social gospel” of this racist Anti-American pastor DOES Obama agree with? The litany of sermons and political ideas of Jeremiah Wright Jr. indicate a man who lives and breathes what he believes and preaches. Are we to assume Obama disagrees with all of Wright’s social gospel views and sermons yet attended willingly for two decades and named this man as his “spiritual advisor and mentor”??

I remember the absolute insanity that the Democrats went beserk in 2000 over when then-candidate Bush spoke at Bob Jones University, with the equivalency made that anyone who even spoke at the college as beholden to their views. Can we not apply that same sentiment to Obama’s fellowship with a known racist and anti-semetic congregation that he wilingly attended for two decades?

Besides, you aren’t going to call someone a “spiritual advisor” and “mentor” if you do not agree with their main ideology. Yet somehow, Obama expects us to.

A January 2007 Chicago Tribune article, Obama spoke of the pastor as a spiritual mentor and role model who helped keep his priorities straight and his moral compass calibrated.

“What I value most about Pastor Wright is not his day-to-day political advice,” Obama said. “He’s much more of a sounding board for me to make sure that I am speaking as truthfully about what I believe as possible and that I’m not losing myself in some of the hype and hoopla and stress that’s involved in national politics.”

In Obama’s book “Dreams from My Father,” he recounts that when he met Wright, the pastor warned that getting involved with Trinity might turn off other black clergy because of the church’s radical reputation.

The Tribune profile said that while Wright and Obama do not often talk one-on-one often, the senator checks with his pastor before making any bold political moves, including in 2006, when considering a run for the White House.

Wright cautioned Obama not to let politics change him, but he also encouraged him to dive in, win or lose.

So what ARE Obama’s true beliefs besides the nebulous idea of “change”?

Mona Charen asks the question and has the answer:

I am coming to believe that Barack Obama is one of the greatest con artists we’ve seen. His entire campaign has been about “coming together,” a post-racial consensus, etc. Any mention of his middle name was immediately condemned as ignorant fear-mongering. He has played the role of racial unifier with great skill and finesse.

But there is a great deal of evidence out there that he is anything but. The Reverend Wright is exhibit A. Mrs. Obama is Exhibit B. But there’s lots more. Here is a piece by John Batchelor about some of Obama’s other connections. For example:

William Ayers is the second Chicago figure to consider in the political profile of Mr. Obama. William C. Ayers, known as Bill Ayers, is notorious as a terrorist bomber from the 1970s who, on September 11, 2001, in the New York Times was quoted as finding “a certain eloquence in bombs.” Now, at 62, Mr. Ayers, a former aide to the current Mayor Richard M. Daley, is an established professor of education at the University of Illinois in Chicago. Importantly, Mr. Ayers and his wife, the equally notorious Weatherman terrorist Bernardine Dohrn, hosted a crucial meet-the-candidate event in their Hyde Park neighborhood home in 1995 when Mr. Obama, also a Hyde Park resident, was sounded out by vital citizens, among them the retiring state senator Alice Palmer for the 13th District.

Obama’s book is strewn with hints of his far left sympathies, as when he tells an African cousin who complains about the hardships of life in Kenya that things are no better in America. Or when he suggests that the lives of poor black young men in the inner city are blighted by white racism. He never says it explicitly, but it’s there.

He has been very friendly with Rashid Khaladi, the fierce anti-Israel professor who took Edward Said’s post at Columbia.

My own theory, FWIW, is that Obama acquired his far left views at least in part to make himself as authentically black as he could to compensate for having a white mother. His mother, of course, was very left herself. But looking the way he does, and having been raised among only white people (mother and maternal grandparents) he felt the need to better identify with his black heritage. That struggle is what the book is all about.

One can have sympathy for his psychological predicament . But that sympathy certainly does not extend to electing him president of a country that I sincerely believe he does not love.

I think Obama is entirely unqualified for the presidency. He was obviously attracted to the Black Power and racist diatribes coming from this Pastor Wright, and CHOSE to attend this church for the last 20 years. He even discussed his first meeting with Wright in his Memoirs, and the Wright he describes there is the same anti-American Wright we are now witnessing on Youtube and ABC News. This alone is enough evidence to indicate that this man has been steeped in hating everything this country stands for, which explains why Obama is so popular among the extremist far left.

How in the world could people come to the conclusion that a man indoctrinated into the world of hate Wright constructed for his church, could somehow “heal” America’s racist past? That he will “change” this country for the better? I’m sorry, a person doesn’t immerse himself into such a racist world as Wright’s without absorbing some, or all, of the hate and racism he preaches in that world.

We do well to be wary of the lamb-like speech coming from Obama, a man who has as his mentor and spiritual advisor, a pastor who speaks like a dragon.


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