Monday, March 17, 2008

More Jeremiah Wright - Israel 's ' A Dirty Word'



Another of Jeremiah Wright's greatest hits...in which this foul,hateful little bigot calls Israel a dirty word and blames the Evil Joos for 9/11. By the way, the so-called 'conference against racism in South Africa' Wright is talking about was the infamous United Nations World Conference against Racism in 2001,which degenerated into such a disgusting,anti-Semitic orgy that not only the US but even the Europeans pulled out of it.

Here's what then Secretary of State Colin Powell had to say about it:

"Today I have instructed our representatives at the World Conference Against Racism to return home. I have taken this decision with regret, because of the importance of the international fight against racism and the contribution that the Conference could have made to it. But, following discussions today by our team in Durban and others who are working for a successful conference, I am convinced that will not be possible. I know that you do not combat racism by conferences that produce declarations containing hateful language, some of which is a throwback to the days of "Zionism equals racism;" or supports the idea that we have made too much of the Holocaust; or suggests that apartheid exists in Israel; or that singles out only one country in the world--Israel--for censure and abuse"


Of course, to Pastor Wright and his disciple Obama,someone like Colin Powell is just a 'house slave' anyway, right?

It's also become obvious that Pastor Wright is preaching to his congregation's wishes rather than leading them astray or simply being controversial or outspoken, as Obama suggests.

The new Pastor, Otis Moss Jr. vilified anyone who dared criticize the racist Trinity Church or his bigoted predecessor,comparing it to a 'crucifixion'.

In view of the general orientation of this particular church, the hidden meaning in referring to the Crucifixion of Jesus in this way is obvious:`the Jews did it.'

As for Obama,he may or may not be a closet Muslim,but by belonging to this church for two decades he proven one thing - he's definitely no Christian.

1 comment:

Orde said...

I agree Obama's not a Christian, but not because of belonging to such a sick church, nor because of some gut feeling, but because I've heard excerpts of him talking where he clearly reveals he does not know what the gospel is, much less believe in it. We Christians can and do manifest all sorts of poor judgment, sins, character flaws, etc., but to deny the gospel is to not be a Christian. We can reasonably speculate, but not be sure of what we'd be getting with Obama--but we're not getting a Christian, that's for sure.