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Louis Farrakhan Calls OBAMA the messiah! Update: Obama in his own words

Posted by rightwinger on October 13, 2008

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Keep in mind that Louis Farrakhan was in Iraq in support of Saddam Hussein just days before the first Gulf War.  In my mind Farrakhan is a traitor to this country.  From The Link: The Secret Relationship between Saddam and al Qaida:

On January 12, 1991 Saddam spoke at an Islamic conference held in Baghdad in order to continue his call for jihad against the West. When Saddam entered the convention hall, he was given a standing ovation while attendees yelled “God is Great!” in Arabic. Many of the attendees embraced Saddam. “A Sudanese delegate said, ‘We are with you,’ while a tearful Bangladeshi delegate said, ‘You must defeat the Israelis and drive the American infidels out of Saudi Arabia.’ One American delegate, the Rev. Louis Farrakhan, leader of the Chicago-based Nation of Islam, also delivered a personal greeting to Mr. Hussein and warned in a news conference that Mr. Hussein and President Bush were on a ‘collision course.’ Mr. Farrakhan later called on the United States to step back and allow a court of Islamic scholars to settle the dispute between Iraq and Kuwait and save ‘thousands of American lives.’ … Baghdad’s mosques were filled with worshipers who heard uniformly militant sermons from prayer leaders calling for a jihad, or holy war, against the Western ‘infidels’ and ‘atheists sullying the land of the holy shrines’ in Western Saudi Arabia, as one sermon put it.” In Saddam’s speech he “defended his invasion of Kuwait as an attempt to end the ‘corruption’ of the Kuwaiti royal family and to ‘purify Islam.’ Again he tied the Palestinian-Israeli issue to the Kuwait invasion. Saddam continued by saying “If the international community behaved in a balanced manner all things would be open for application of international legitimacy…. Whether they solve the problem according to international law or not, Palestine will return to the Palestinians.”[i] Brilliantly Saddam has turned his illegal and immoral invasion of Kuwait into an Islamic jihad[i] Patrick E. Tyler, “Confrontation in the Gulf; Hussein Tells Muslims Of Holy War in the Gulf,” New York Times 12 Jan. 1991.


Obama in his own words:

RUSH:  …  From Obama reading from his book, Dreams from My Father: A Story of Race and Inheritance. Now, this is a key passage.  He is admitting in this passage in his book that he reads himself, to his own radicalism.  He says he couldn’t escape it if he tried.  Here we go.

OBAMA:  Black Nationalism provided that history.  An unambiguous morality tale that was easily communicated and easily grasped: a steady attack on the White race, the constant recitation of black people’s brutal experience in this country served as the ballast that could prevent the ideas of personal responsibility —

OBAMA:  — into an ocean of despair.  “Yes,” the nationalists would say, “Whites are responsible for your sorry state, not any inherent flaws in you.”

RUSH:  Of course not.

OBAMA: “In fact,” the nationalists would continue, “whites are so heartless and devious that we can no longer expect anything from them.”

RUSH:  Well, of course.

OBAMA: “The self-loathing you feel, what keeps you drinking or thieving, is planted by them.”

RUSH:  Right.

OBAMA:  “Rid them for your mind and find your true power liberated.  Rise up, ye mighty race!”  All this was painful to consider.  It’s painful now as it had been years ago.  It contradicted the morality my mother had taught me —

RUSH:  Mmm-hmm.

OBAMA:  — a morality of subtle distinctions —

RUSH:  Mmm-hmm.

OBAMA:  — between individuals of goodwill and those who wished me ill —

RUSH:  Mmm-hmm.

OBAMA:  — between active malice and ignorance or indifference.

RUSH:  Mmm-hmm.

OBAMA:  I had a personal stake in that moral framework.

RUSH:  Yeah.

OBAMA:  I discovered that I couldn’t escape it if I tried.

RUSH:  Jeremiah Wright.

OBAMA:  As it turned out, though, it was questions of effectiveness and not sentiment that caused most of my quarrels with Rafiq [al-Shabazz, black nationalist].

RUSH:  So he didn’t disagree with it.  He didn’t think it was very effective, but it didn’t change what he thought of Black Nationalism, which is what Reverend Wright teaches to this day, or did. It’s still taught from the pulpit of Obama’s church.  This is another portion of Obama reading from his own book, Dreams from My Father.

OBAMA:  It was usually an effective tactic, another one of those tricks I had learned.  People were satisfied so long as you were courteous and smiled and made no sudden moves.  They were more than satisfied.  They were revealed.  Such a pleasant surprise to find a well-mannered young black man who didn’t seem angry all the time.

RUSH:  A-ha. So in his own book read by him here, he admits the trick to making himself look unthreatening.  Don’t display that radical temperament that all of his friends have.  He’s learned the trick.  Finally, he says that he was a spy behind enemy lines when he worked in corporate America here.

OBAMA:  Eventually a consulting house to a multinational corporation agreed to hire me as a research assistant.  Like a spy behind enemy lines, I arrived every day at my mid-Manhattan office and sat at my computer terminal.

RUSH:  Barack Hussein Obama admitting to feeling a spy in the office behind enemy lines in corporate America.


Here’s more on Farrakhan:

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From the Washington Post, January 15, 2008 – Obama’s ex-church gave Farrakhan an award for “greatness”

Barack Obama is a member of Chicago’s Trinity United Church of Christ.  Its minister, and Obama’s spiritual adviser, is the Rev. Jeremiah A. Wright Jr.  In 1982, the church launched Trumpet Newsmagazine; Wright’s daughters serve as publisher and executive editor. Every year, the magazine makes awards in various categories. Last year, it gave the Dr. Jeremiah A. Wright Jr. Trumpeter Award to a man it said “truly epitomized greatness.” That man is Louis Farrakhan.

Maybe for Wright and some others, Farrakhan “epitomized greatness.” For most Americans, though, Farrakhan epitomizes racism, particularly in the form of anti-Semitism. Over the years, he has compiled an awesome record of offensive statements, even denigrating the Holocaust by falsely attributing it to Jewish cooperation with Hitler — “They helped him get the on the road.” His history is a rancid stew of lies.

Read the article for yourself.


2 Responses to “Louis Farrakhan Calls OBAMA the messiah! Update: Obama in his own words”

  1. JB said

    The video abruptly ended because Farrakhan’s words in context would have contradicted the right-wing spin cycle:

    “Sen. Obama is not the Messiah for sure, but anytime, he gives you a sign of uniting races, ethnic groups, ideologies, religions and makes people feel a sense of oneness, that’s not necessarily Satan’s work, that is I believe the work of God.” News, March 5, 2008

  2. rightwinger said

    Go ahead a make excuses for a radical, Islamic extremist like Farrakhan who supports terrorists operations against America. Yes its all about context.

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