* Barrack Hussein said himself that a guy who comes out of nowhere like him could only make it in America. The mystery man campaigns with coffers full of money and getsÂ free PR by a deluded left-wing media where nobody questions where it all came from. The ‘Nowhere Man’ Obama of Muslim descent rides on a ticket of ‘CHANGE’ -whatever that may be-,Â supported by schlock-queen Oprah, who is aÂ shameless black supremacist and an apologist for Muhammedan atrocities.
After a historical win at the Iowa Caucus and what appears to be another vote of confidence in New Hampshire, questions remain about Barack Hussein Obama’s religious ties.
When Obama announced his candidacy for president, his background entered the fray. Though it appears that he is not held to task on his religious affiliations by the mainstream media, it does re-surface. Let’s explore some recent events that may shed light on Obama’s veiled religious affiliation.
In December 2007, the Trinity United Church of Christ (TUCC) bestowed its highest social achievement award upon Louis Farrakhan, the head of the Nation of Islam. This was facilitated through the church’s publication Trumpet Magazine and presented at their end of the year awards gala. The award dubbed the Lifetime Achievement “Dr. Jeremiah A. Wright, Jr. Trumpet” Award is named after the head pastor that married Barack and Michele Obama nee Robinson.
By Melanie Philips:
Barack Obama belongs to the Trinity United Church in Chicago whose pastor is Rev Dr Jeremiah A Wright Jnr. Here is the church’s website. From it you will see that the church is committed to what looks suspiciously like black supremacism. Dr Wright promotes ‘black power’ and ‘black liberation theology’, under which adherents must have
a non-negotiable commitment to Africa
and to seeing the world through an African perspective. The church proclaims its commitment to a ‘Black Value System’ which, apart from a commitment to
Pledge Allegiance to All Black Leadership Who Espouse and Embrace the Black Value System
Disavowal of the Pursuit of ‘Middleclassness’
on the basis that those who are not middle-class are separated from other black people by
*Killing them off directly, and/or fostering a social system that encourages them to kill off one another.
*Placing them in concentration camps, and/or structuring an economic environment that induces captive youth to fill the jails and prisons.
In the current issue of the church’s magazine The Trumpet, there is a star-struck endorsement of Louis Farrakhan, the racist, anti-white and anti-Jewish black supremacist Muslim demagogue. In her ‘Empowerment Interview’ in the magazine, which claims that the leader of the Nation of Islam is a much misunderstood man, writer Rhoda McKinney-Jones gushes that Farrakhan truly epitomised greatness…