* With thanx to the ever vigilant Pamela from Atlas Shrugs:
This guy is going to set off race riots. The irony is Obama’s ancestors would have been the enslavers not the slaves. Obama’s strategy is to make the whole race about race.
WATCH THIS VIDEO NOW:Â Â Muslim Black slavery – Islam slave history of Black Africa.
What about reparations for that?
NO ONE IN OBAMA’S AFRICAN FAMILY WAS EVER A SLAVE!
Worse, his family were the enslavers.
“I think the reparation we need right here in South Carolina is investment, for example in our schools. I did a town hall meeting in Florence, South Carolina, in an area called the corridor of shame. They’ve got buildings that students are trying to learn in that were built right after the Civil War. And we’ve got teachers who are not trained to teach the subjects they’re teaching and high dropout rates. We’ve got to understand that there are corridors of shame all across the country. And if we make the investments and understand that those are our children, that’s the kind of reparation that are really going to make a difference in America right now.”
UPDATE:Â Does it mean anything that Black Americans have the highest standard of living in the world? Is his angry wife proud of that?
Indonesian ChristianÂ DimwitÂ Watch:
Indonesian Christian leader: “We are praying for Obama because we feel he can help reduce the widespread stigma and misperception that Muslims in Indonesia are fundamentalists”
The Rev. Ishak Pule, chairperson of the Christian Church of Central Sulawesi synod, is praying for an Obama victory “because we feel he can help reduce the widespread stigma and misperception that Muslims in Indonesia are fundamentalists.”
Now how can Barack Obama correct any “misperceptions” about Muslims in Indonesia, when “Senator Obama has never been a Muslim, was not raised as a Muslim, and is a committed Christian“? Apparently so, according to the Rev. Pule, for he explained that “conflicts” arose Christians misunderstood Islam, and Muslims misunderstood Christianity, and this led to “Islamophobia” on the part of Christians. (He doesn’t say a word, at least according to this report, about any Islamic “phobia” toward Christianity or Christians.) The Rev. Pule thinks that “Obama could help bring Muslims and Christians worldwide to a better and closer mutual understanding.”
Ah. Wonderful. I hope he can. But if the Rev. Pule really wants to combat “Islamophobia” and “the widespread stigma and misperception that Muslims in Indonesia are fundamentalists,” he shouldn’t rely on Barack Obama. He should try to get Muslims to stop doing things likestorming Christian schools and injuring 265 students. OrÂ murdering a Christian teacher in front of his family. OrÂ plotting to murder Western tourists.
If Muslims stopped doing things like that, a lot of the “Islamophobia” and “misperceptions” among Indonesian Christians would melt away, Obama or no Obama.
“Barack Obama gets Indonesian religious and political backing,” by Maurice Malanes forEcumenical News International, July 24 (thanks to Liam):
Jakarta (ENI). An Indonesian religious leader has told a visiting World Council of Churches delegation that Christians in his country are praying for the US Democratic Party presidential candidate, Barack Obama.”We are praying for Obama because we feel he can help reduce the widespread stigma and misperception that Muslims in Indonesia are fundamentalists,” said the Rev. Ishak Pule, chairperson of the Christian Church of Central Sulawesi synod.
Pule was speaking on 19 July as he met members of a WCC group known as a Living Letters team during its visit to communities in the Christian-dominated town of Tentena, an eight-hour drive from the Central Sulawesi provincial capital of Palu.
“We in the synod actually communicate more easily with Muslims than with Christian fundamentalists,” added Pule, who also invited three Muslim leaders to meet the Living Letters team at his Tentena office.
Other Indonesian church leaders present at the meeting told Ecumenical News International they saw Obama as “a ray of hope for global unity” in a world where such unity appeared to have been threatened since the terrorist attacks on the United States in September 2001.
Pule and his synod’s leadership, along with Muslim leaders in Central Sulawesi, initiated local peace-building and dialogue efforts after a series of attacks and killings erupted in 2000 in the Muslim-dominated district of Poso.
Reports say a brawl back then between two youths, one a Christian and the other a Muslim, triggered violence that resulted in the death of hundreds of followers of both faiths, The conflict also pushed 50 000 refugees from Poso into the Christian-majority town of Tentena.
Pule and Muslim leaders say the situation normalised after the government arrested the leaders of the fighting and reined in a radical group known as Laskar Jihad, who Pule and his Muslim colleagues described as “outsiders” who helped fan the conflict.
Although 210 families remain as refugees in Tentena, the situation is said to be calm, and Christian and Muslim leaders have begun renewing ties between the two faiths by embarking on peace-making projects at the grass roots level.
The synod chairperson explained that conflicts often arose because of aÂ lack of understanding by Christians about Islam, and Muslims about Christianity.This can lead to general Islamophobia on the part of Christians, Pule said, and he believed that someone like Obama could help bring Muslims and Christians worldwide to a better and closer mutual understanding….
From Obama’s ‘Audacity of Hope: ‘I will stand with the Muslims should the political winds shift in an ugly direction.’
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From an email sent in by Hyscience contributor Harry Owens:Â “Think you know who this man is? Possibly President of the United States? Read Below and ask yourselves, is this REALLY someone we can see as the President of our great nation? Below are a few lines from Obama’s books; in his own words”:
FromÂ Dreams from My Father: ‘I ceased to advertise my mother’s race at the age of 12 or 13, when I began to suspect that by doing so I was ingratiating myself to whites.’
FromÂ Dreams from My FatherÂ : ‘I found a solace in nursing a pervasive sense of grievance and animosity against my mother’s race.’
FromÂ Dreams from My Father: ‘There was something about him that made me wary, a little too sure of himself, maybe. And white.’
FromÂ Dreams from My Father: ‘It remained necessary to prove which side you were on, to show your loyalty to the black masses, to strike out and name names.’
FromÂ Dreams from My Father: ‘I never emulate white men and brown men whose fates didn’t speak to my own. It was into my father’s image, the black man, son of Africa, that I’d packed all the attribute I sought in myself , the attributes of Martin and Malcolm, DuBois and Mandela.’
AndÂ FINALLY the Most Damming one of ALL of themÂ comes from “Audacity of Hope“:Â ‘I will stand with the Muslims should the political winds shift in an ugly direction.’
As was asked in the begining, is this REALLY someone we can see as the President of our great nation?
Here’s the Obamas in their own words: