Friday, March 14, 2008

Is Obama a Black Racist?

Obama has repeatedly denounced Louis Farrakhan, he seems hesitant to criticize Wright for what he is: a bigot.
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Regarding the following

Democrats do not believe in guilt by association, at least that's what they keep saying since some of Obama's pastor's statements were released regarding his anti-white and ant-semitic remarks. Meaning that Barack Obama should not be judged because his pastor, who is a racist, is his friend.

But how about if you have been good friends for 20 years and you have never left that church to seek a church that was not racist. Am I to believe that none of that racist attitude has not rubbed off on Obama. It certainly has on his wife, judging from her statements.

Just what is this attraction that Obama has towards his pastor? Is it no longer true, that birds of a feather flock together?

We do know that Obama supports baby killing right up to and during birth. Did he get this mocking of God's Commandment, "Thou Shalt Not Kill, from his pastor, or did he think of it all by himself?

Plus, there's his support of the homosexual agenda -- also condemned by God.

So, it would appear that when he attends church, it has nothing to do with God or the Holy Scriptures, but just a social event to pass the time away.

Frank Joseph MD



GrassTopsUSA Exclusive Commentary

By Don Feder


Forget the fact that he thinks the Sermon on the Mount justifies gay marriage, that he's promised to appoint Supreme Court Justices in the mold of arch-judicial activist Stephen Breyer, or that the National Journal rated him America's most liberal Senator.

All you really need to know about Barack Hussein Obama is this: Louis Farrakhan really, really, really wants him to be president.

Of course, it also helps to know about Farrakhan's relationship with Rev. Jeremiah Wright -- Obama's spiritual guide and a racist in his own right.

A revolting piece of human excrement, Louis Farrakhan has run the Nation of Islam for three decades. Despite a bout with prostate cancer, at 74, he can still give 2-hour harangues to the faithful, as he did on February 23.

Speaking to 20,000 followers at NIO's annual "Saviours' Day Convention," Farrakhan got warm and gooey over Obama.

"This young man is the hope of the entire world that America will change and be made better," Minister Farrakhan (his preferred honorific) practically swooned.

"This young man is capturing audiences of black and brown and red and yellow. If you look at Barack Obama's audience, and look at the effect of his words, those people are being transformed." Farrakhan sounds like a high-school nerd writing mash notes to the head cheerleader during study hall.

When questioned (ever-so-gently) by the media on this virtual endorsement by the most loathsome, and quite possibly the most dangerous, demagogue in America, the young man in question went into spin mode.

Farrakhan's racism and anti-Semitism were "unacceptable and reprehensible," (like, totally!) the Senator sternly informed us. "I did not solicit this support. He expressed pride in an African American who seems to be bringing the country together. I obviously can't censor him, but it is not support that I sought, And we're not doing anything, I assure you, formally or informally, with Minister Farrakhan."

Presumably, Obama thinks he deserves accolades and applause for that forthright and manly declaration.

Imagine John McCain responding to an endorsement by the Imperial Grand Wizard of the Ku Klux Klan: "I did not solicit his support. He expressed pride in a Caucasian American who seems to be bringing the country together. And, I assure you, there will not be a cross-burning at this year's Republican National Convention."

As the controversy continued, at one point Barack was reduced to jabbering to NBC's Tim Russert: "Well, Tim, you know, I can't say to somebody that he can't say that he thinks I'm a good guy." I can't say, he can't say, that he thinks? Has Obama hired Bush's speechwriter?

The Senator has "denounced" and "rejected" Farrakhan's views. What he hasn't done is denounced and rejected Farrakhan himself. It's like disavowing "Mein Kampf," but refusing to condemn its author, or rejecting pedophilia but refusing to condemn the pervert who posts graphic pictures of little boys on the Internet.

The key question nobody's asking is this: What does Farrakhan see in Obama that his politically immature followers are missing? What is there about the Senator that appeals so strongly to this monster?

It's hard to find an adjective to adequately describe Louis Farrakhan -- "anti-Semite," "racist" and "traitor" come to mind -- a man of a thousand hatreds whose vitriol is exceeded only by his influence. (Is there a white supremacist or a neo-Nazi who can turn out audiences of 20,000, or bring hundreds of thousands to two DC rallies?)

Farrakhan's anti-Semitism is pathological -- a shriek from the smoldering ruins of Nazi Germany. In fact, Farrakhan once pronounced Hitler "a great" or "wickedly great" man.

Jews are "bloodsuckers." Judaism is a "gutter religion." Jews "owned slave ships," "controlled the slave trade" and "raped and robbed" African Americans," Farrakhan tells his moron minions. They are "wicked deceivers of the American people." And "Allah will punish" them.

Consider this choice tidbit: "You (Jews) have sucked their (Americans') blood. You are not real Jews (who were black). You are (in the words of Medieval anti-Semites) the synagogue of Satan and you have wrapped your tentacles around the U.S. government, and you are deceiving and sending this nation to hell... . But if you choose to crucify me, know that Allah will crucify you."

As historians have noted, what starts with the Jews never stops with them.

Farrakhan also hates the entire white race. Caucasians are "devils," "vicious beasts" and "skunks of the planet." The white man is "the anti-Christ."

In a March 2000 interview with the Philadelphia Inquirer, Farrakhan generously allowed that "White people are potential humans," who "haven't evolved yet." This message of brotherhood aside, the Nation of Islam leader warns: "It is an act of mercy to white people that we end your world. ... We must end your world and bring a new world."

Farrakhan echoes the teachings of his "religion" (which makes Scientology sound sensible and the real Islam seem benign), as set forth by his predecessor, the Hon. Elijah Muhammad: Allah created black men. In turn, the white race was created 6,000 years ago by a renegade black scientist named Yacub. On Judgment Day, the white devils will be destroyed and blacks (who were originally "moon people") will reign supreme. There's also a UFO orbiting the earth, manned by 13 ageless youths, waiting to unleash Armageddon on pale skins.

Anti-Semitism and anti-Americanism usually go hand in hand. Farrakhan's case is no exception.

America has "blood dripping from its hands." "There is no nation in the past that approaches the evil that is practiced in America on a daily basis." Hence, "a decree of death has been pronounced on America." Mimicking the mullahs, on a visit to Iran, Farrakhan called the United States "the Great Satan."

On his 1996 "World Friendship Tour" (Let No Thug Go Un-hugged) -- which saw the NIO leader in Iran, Iraq, Libya, Syria and the Sudan -- Farrakhan proclaimed: "God will destroy America at the hands of Muslims. ... God will not give Japan or Europe the honor of bringing down the United States; this is an honor God will bestow upon Muslims." That was 5 years before the jihad reached our shores.

At the same time, he pronounced Saddam Hussein "a visionary," Hezbollah terrorists "freedom fighters," and Muammar Qadhafi his "friend," "brother" and "fellow struggler in the cause of liberation for our people." No wonder Farrakhan thinks the man who unleashed the Holocaust was, in the words of the Cole Porter song, the tops.

He also thinks Barack Obama is "the hope of the entire world."

If you're wondering why, consider another nut-case much closer to the Democratic frontrunner.

On February 10, the Rev. Jeremiah A. Wright, Jr. preached his last sermon after 36 years as the pastor of Chicago's Trinity United Church of Christ -- with more than 8,500 congregants, one of the largest black churches in the United States.

The presidential hopeful joined Trinity in 1988. Wright married Obama and his wife Michelle and baptized both of his daughters. According to The Chicago Tribune, "Obama... would later base his historic speech at the 2004 Democratic National Convention on a Wright sermon called 'Audacity to Hope.'"

Obama says of his mentor: "What I value most about Pastor Wright is not his day-to-day political advice. 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."

Wright's church has been described as "Afro-centric" -- a euphemism for racist. Trinity says it's "unashamedly Black," and a "congregation of African people" who remain "true to our native land (hint: not America), the mother continent, the cradle of civilization."

Like Farrakhan and Hitler, Wright is committed to racial identity politics.
Where Hitler fantasized a pre-Christian Teutonic paradise, with happy Aryans frolicking in Germanic forests, Wright and Farrakhan imagine mythical African utopias, far superior to anything the white man wrought.

Wright is Farrakhan with the volume turned down. Where the latter raves, the former fumes. One's rhetoric is painted blood red. The other is crimson. At its core, their message is the same.

According to the Reverend Wright, "Racism is how this country was founded and how this country is still run!" Americans "believe in white supremacy and black inferiority."

Wherever Wright looks, there it is -- white racism. High unemployment among blacks? White racism. (It couldn't possibly be the disintegration of the black family or the quality of public education in the inner-city). The "brothers in prison" are victims of discrimination. (How about the "brothers" they robbed or killed to get there -- or the sisters they raped -- or don't real victims count?)

Of 9/11 Wright intones: "In the 21st century, white America got a wake-up call. 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."

Here's a novel take on Islamofascism: The destruction of the Twin Towers and the deaths of more than 3,000 Americans (of all races) was a reminder from Osama bin Laden to pay attention to "people of color," and not to go on our "merry way ignoring black concerns."

Naturally, Wright is also anti-Israel, comparing Zionism to "white racism," anti-capitalism (condemning "middle-class blackness" while touting income redistribution) and a proponent of liberation theology (Jesus was a Marxist).

And this is the man behind Barack Obama.

Now, here's where the plot thickens. Wright is a huge fan of Minister Farrakhan. The Trumpet Newsmagazine, started by Wright in 1982 (his daughters serve as publisher and executive editor) gave its Trumpeter Award to Farrakhan last year.

In so doing, it lionized the Nazi of Islam leader as one who "truly epitomized greatness." The publication neglected to say what was the greatest about "Minister Farrakhan" -- his virulent anti-Semitism, his unabashed anti-Americanism, or his genocidal plans for the white race.

Wright himself has praised Farrakhan's "integrity and honesty" and his "depth of analysis when it comes to the racial ills of this country." (Whites are "devils.") Wright calls Farrakhan "an unforgettable force, a catalyst for change and a religious leader who is sincere about his faith and his purpose." There, at least, we agree -- Farrakhan means everything he says.

"Minister Farrakhan will be remembered as one of the 20th and 21st century giants of the African American religious experience. His integrity and honesty (Jews are "bloodsuckers") have secured him a place in history as one of the nation's most powerful critics," Wright declares. Let us pause to get physically ill, before we continue.

Wright and his son went to Farrakhan's 1995 Million Man March (so-called), which the Rev. described as "a once in a lifetime, amazing experience."

The Rev. must have really grooved on Farrakhan's mystical mumbo-jumbo, as when Louie noted that the Lincoln and Jefferson Memorials, visible from the site of the rally, each were 19 feet high. And Jefferson was the third president while Lincoln was the 16th. And 3 and 16 makes 19.

Farrakhan: "What is so deep about the number 19? When you have a nine, you have a womb that is pregnant. And when you have a one standing by the nine, it means there's something secret that has to be unfolded."

The "depth of his analysis" is staggering. Perhaps Farrakhan will go into his numerology routine at Obama's inauguration. ("Here we are on January 20, 2009. And nine is a womb that is pregnant.")

Wright excoriated the black leaders who shunned the Million Man March as exemplars of "Uncle Tomism," "Oreos," "house niggers" and "darkies who think anything white and everyone white is better than whatever it is black people have."

How much of this does Obama believe? We'll probably never know. The Illinois Senator is the ultimate stealth candidate -- a man of mist and fog whose success depends on mouthing soothing platitudes and avoiding substance.

If the support of creatures like Farrakhan and Wright doesn't raise doubts in the minds of average voters, Obama should call his next book (the sequel to "The Audacity of Hope") "The Reliability of Dopes."

Don Feder is a former Boston Herald writer who is now a political/communications consultant. He also maintains his own website,


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Obama's Pastor
By David Knowles
Mar 13th 2008 1:18PM
Filed Under:eDemocrats, Barack Obama, Featured Stories

Earlier, I wrote about John McCain's courtship of divisive evangelical ministers. Now it's time to put the spotlight on Barack Obama's own firebrand preacher, the Reverend Jeremiah Wright. There are a few videos burning up the internet at present that show Wright in action. This one by ABC News seems to capture the essence of the problem. Have a gander.

If we have learned anything over the course of this election season, it is that this kind of rhetoric should be flatly denounced, and fast. Unlike the minister to a localized congregation, a president is someone who needs to speak for the country as a whole. John McCain once courageously labeled Jerry Falwell and Pat Roberston "agents of intolerance," but this year he ran back to their ilk with open arms. Hillary Clinton's campaign has shown a pattern of injecting racial divisiveness into the contest. Though I applaud her for finally coming to her senses, her response to the Ferraro controversy was much too long in the making. And while Obama has repeatedly denounced Louis Farrakhan, he seems hesitant to criticize Wright for what he is: a bigot. Because you offer large slices of truth in your sermons does not mean the whole pie isn't degraded by those bits that are contaminated by race-baiting passages.

All those who would hide their bigotry behind scripture (or bogus cultural analysis) should be exposed and rejected, and that includes Jeremiah Wright. Taking a stand on this matter does not mean that you believe that African Americans have not suffered almost unfathomable hardship during their history in this country. Indeed, Wright's sermons are born, I believe, of legitimate anger. And the Black church has historically been a singular venue for venting such emotions. That said, I still believe that Wright's emphasis is regrettable, and, yes, offensive to many. The clips featured on YouTube are selective and do not dwell on other aspects of Wright's message of healing and forgiveness. Wright spends no small amount of time interpreting scripture, and detailing the message of Jesus. Yes, the clips we're now watching cherry pick for controversy, but the fact is that the controversy is not all that difficult to find. The point is, for whatever reason, Wright, who recently retired from Trinity, is a man who enjoys hitting the hornet's nest with a stick.



By the way, in case some of you were wondering, I still support Obama as the Democratic nominee, though I think he should address this subject at greater length. It is precisely Obama's message of unifying the country across racial and party lines that appeals to me. Likewise, he often speaks to black audiences (and white ones, too) about the need to be accountable for the choices one makes in the course of life, and his refusal to be labeled as a victim is refreshing. So, given Wright's over-heated rhetoric, this begs the question. Have those drawn to Obama simply been duped?

As one reader points out, an adherent of any religion should not be expected to share all of the views of his or her priest or pastor (just ask Rudy Giuliani on the subject of abortion, or Hillary Cliton on gambling), yet the YouTube clips of Wright will continue to fuel what I regard an unjustified view that Obama is somehow out of step with America's values. Symbols are important in campaigns, and I think Obama would help himself by continuing to clarify his relationship to his faith and his church.

Though many will disagree, I firmly believe that God has not damned the United States, as Wright claims, just as God has not specifically blessed the United States over any other place on the globe. God doesn't whisper into leaders' ears and tell them it's alright to launch preemptive invasions, as George Bush claims. God did not envision 9/11 as punishment for New York City's decadent excesses, nor did he steer hurricane Katrina into New Orleans, as Hagee claims, to get back at the place for being tolerant of homosexuals. God doesn't take sides in football games, or help actors win academy awards. Moreover, he or she certainly doesn't prefer one race over another, regardless of how badly that particular race has been treated by another one.

For what it's worth, here's Trinity's (and Obama's) new pastor, Otis Moss.


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turkepom2 12:12:18 PM Mar 14 2008

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chodosh1 12:12:17 PM Mar 14 2008

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I'm so very very scared for our future. If the nuts that support Barack Hussein Obama get their way and he wins we are a totally screwed! If all the democrats that are unhappy with Barack Hussein Obama go and vote for McCain, we are totally screwed. Voters need only look deeper into who Barack Hussein Obama is, where he came from to know where he would take us if he became president of the USA. To all you people who love to use the race card, in your face! One need only to dig into this guys past to know what an untrustworthy person he is. Quit whining that it is because of his color that people don't support him. The facts are the facts. He tries to distance himself when he isconfronted about it! Americans understand this. His philosphy is partly adopted from a radical church with radical ties with radical views! Obama says he doesn't always agree with his pastors views yet by his own admission Obama said that it was his pastor who influenced him to write his book"Audacity

tee42time 12:12:09 PM Mar 14 2008

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flame you are disgusting

foxbatt211 12:12:04 PM Mar 14 2008

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drminwy 12:12:03 PM Mar 14 2008

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ferraro looks like shes been stuck between hillarys legs to long looks like a wet rasian

gobbi141 12:12:00 PM Mar 14 2008

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Please people do your research on Obama. This Country is in crucial times. We need a strong Candidate. I was appaled by the Reverend's speach and I use the term loosley (Reverend) If someone follows a certain religion for twenty years you have to know that he has been inspired by this man. He married them and Baptized there children. please think long and hard before you pull that lever. I may have to go republican again. We no NoTHING about this man Obama. It's scary and we are in scary times.

hadrian89 12:11:57 PM Mar 14 2008

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everyone forgets mccain wants amnesty for all illegals. and continues the bush admin policies

quarta4 12:11:55 PM Mar 14 2008

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bobhebert574 12:08:47 PM Mar 14 2008

Report This! Barack Obama's Reverend Jeremiah Wright is as racist as it gets. And he is also as anti American as he couldbe. How could Barack Obama attend this Church for 20 years if he didnt share the same oppinions and values.

Would you attend a Church for 20 years if they were saying things offensive to you?
OR offensive about a country you live in -- WRIGHT SHOULD BE deported out !! ..... Sharpton must be embarrassed of this

heyyybarkeep 12:11:51 PM Mar 14 2008

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Yeah, the democrats ARE blowing it. I considered myself democrat, and I WAS happy to vote for either candidate. NOW, with Obama getting so "racially sensitive" and Hillary so desperate, I have to say I am now looking to McCain in November. He's the most democratic of the republicans, anyway. And the last the thing that a county that is at war with two other countries, undergoing a mortgage melt-down, devaluation of the dollar, record gas prices and other impending inflationary perils (except with our housing, which is now losing value)...the last thing we need is further racial divide; I thought we had tackled most of those issues long ago, and I was prepared to support Clinton (long known to be black-sensitive) OR Barak; but Barak seems to think that, continually, new people need to be added to the "racist" list - and Hillary is just too desperate. So, just count me out, democrats - McCain will handle my vlaues. Get over yourselves, Barak and Hillary.

lloydeshipley 12:11:49 PM Mar 14 2008

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Are these bitter attacks hurting the democrats? Absolutely, and Obama is the main reason. I for one will vote for Mccain if Obama gets the nomination and i am a democrat. He never should have run for nomination> he has no experience whatsoever. Until he decided to run, i had never even heard of him.[]


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