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Obama's pastor holds special hatred for Italians.


CofCC.org News Team

In the bizarre world of “Liberation Theology,” which is preached at Barack Obama’s church, Jesus was a poor black freedom fighter who grew up under “apartheid” and was publicly lynched by white racist “garlic nosed” Italians.

From CNBC…

Every issue of the magazine published last year included Wright’s column, “The Message,” in which he covered a range of subjects, including his views on other African-American churches as expressed in his April 2007 commentary “Facing the Rising Sun.”

“In a world that is controlled by white supremacy, in a country that is on its way to hell in a hand basket because of lying politicians, in a culture that still thinks ‘white is right’ and with young people who do not have a clue as to our story, our history, our legacy or our destiny, we still have African-American Christians who are more concerned about ‘bling bling’ than about freeing our minds,” Wright wrote.

In a nationally broadcast speech on March 18, Obama distanced himself from Wright by saying he “condemned, in unequivocal terms, the statements of Reverend Wright that have caused such controversy.” But Obama also said, “I could no more disown him than I could disown the black community.”

According to his federal income tax return for 2006, Obama gave the Trinity United church that year $22,500 in contributions.

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Mr. Black Power himself, fled from other blacks as a teenager.

Obama’s pastor was from a middle class family. He left his integrated local school, to go to an exclusive merit based majority Jewish High School. The school was only 5% black. Isn’t it ironic that this Mulatto chose to go to a 95% white school, and then preaches about how blacks are poor and oppressed to congregation that includes two of America’s most influential Negroes; Oprah Winfrey and Barack Obama. Black CNN host Roland Martin also attends the church on occasion and has written for it’s newsletter.

WorldNetDaily…

It happens that, as a Philadelphian, I attended Central High School – the same public school Jeremiah Wright attended from 1955 to 1959. He could have gone to an integrated neighborhood school, but he chose to go to Central, a virtually all-white school. Central is the second-oldest public high school in the country, which attracts the most serious academic students in the city. The school then was about 80 percent Jewish and 95 percent white. The African-American students, like all the others, were there on merit. Generally speaking, we came from lower/middle class backgrounds. Many of our parents had not received a formal education, and we tended to live in row houses. In short, economically, we were roughly on par.

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