Thursday, May 01, 2008

Response to the Duck Why Pastor Wright is Relevant

Thoe question of Pastor Wright is relevant on many levels.

1) It is part the question who is Barak Obama. If he is a healer why did he remain a member of a Church with a hateful racial arsonist as the pastor. One could forgive Obama if this were a youthful error but this is 20 years. The best explanation so far was the crazy relative bit said at the start.

2) Black Liberation theology deserves some scrutiny for its abuses. The Aids conspiracy is just one part of a hateful set of ideas.

3) The real Pastor Wright lives in a mansion in a very white enclave and has peddled self righteous hatred.

4) Pastor Wright's historical gaffes are comedy central. The Sandinistas employing mercenaries were the butchers of the Miskito Indians. The Indians took up arms and were called the Southern Contras. While we are at it some of those mercenaries were "Palestinian".

Pastor Wright wants an apology for Slavery. The Pastor forgets slavery was an excepted world wide norm. If he wants an apology he might look at the Africans themselves who often did the selling. He should also seek it from Muslims for their history and practice that continues into the present.


Beamish said...

Can't wait until someone drums up the Rolling Stone magazine article from last summer on how Wright is an asset to and major influence upon Obama.

The Merry Widow said...

Hear-hear, Beaker!
wright IS NOT a preacher of the Good News, in fact, he spreads very bad news.
I'd rather attend a church lead by the pastor in JM's indian village, he gets it! And lives it!
Good morning, G*D bless and Maranatha!


Ducky's here said...

1. Barack Obama is a cheap pol. Nothing going on here but PR. Harvard made him white enough and Wright made him black enough. Obama is no more a Christian than is Saddam Hussein. Politically he is aligned with the human filth Joe Lieberman.
I had assumed people had figured this guy out. He's almost as big a con artist as McCainus.

2. Black liberation theology is modeled on the Israelites escape from Egypt. What abuses are you talking about? The darkies didn't stay on the plantation?
Wright's AIDS remark is foolish but once again I remind you that it is not that bizarre coming from the generation that saw the Tuskegee experiment.

3. So he lives in a mansion? You advocating class warfare?

4. Ah, as always your hatred for Palestinians works itself in.

Ducky's here said...

Oh by the way, Beak. This is Wright's exact quote: “Based on what has happened to Africans in this country, I believe our government is capable of doing anything" in reference to HIV.

So I don't expect you to retract but at some level I do expect further realization that you are generally inaccurate and often blow smoke out your rear.

Z said...

what's telling is someone who doesn't think Wright and all he's said all these years is relevant.
When a possible American president hasn't balked at comments like "GOD D*** America" and "Greedy White People" from the pulpit and found that okay, we've got bigger problems than even I thought we had.

Warren said...

So called "black liberation theology" is nothing more than the logical extension of Marcusian racial demagoguery toward the fomenting of "racial or ethnic struggle" in the place of the Marxist wet dream of class struggle.

Its an oxymoron on steroids, the practitioners aren't "black" have never been slaves nor are they enslaved, except by their own hatred and ignorance, and it isn't theology but a crock which anyone with moderate literacy should be able to tell.

Now, let's talk about Ducky's hatred of Mexicans.

Beamish said...


Given the common leftist trait of mechanical inhumanity, as exemplified by Dr. Mengele and other loyalists to Hitler's worker's revolution in Germany, I would have thought a racist such as yourself would be proud of Roosevelt's New Deal medical "science" like the Tuskegee syphilis experiments.