On the Sunday after 9/11, the Obama family was in church listening to Wright sermonize about how we deserved to be attacked… America’s chickens are coming home to roost.”
Last year, Wright awarded anti-Semite Louis Farrakhan his church’s highest honor, saying Farrakhan is a man who “truly epitomized greatness,” and adding, “When Minister Farrakhan speaks, Black America listens. His depth on analysis when it comes to the racial ills of this nation is astounding and eye opening. He brings a perspective that is helpful and honest.”
When Obama was asked about his close association with Wright, he invoked his own version of Bill Clinton’s “I didn’t inhale” defense, and claimed he never even heard any of those controversial sermons. Perhaps he heard all of them, just not with the ears of a presidential wannabe.
On Pearl Harbor Day, Wright was back at it, insisting, “Any preacher who dares to point out the simple ugly facts … is demonized as volatile, controversial, incendiary, inflammatory, anti-American and radical.”
Obama’s mentor is so blinded by his hatred for America that he built his comeback sermon around this distortion of history: “Today is December 7th, the day that this government killed over 80,000 Japanese civilians at Hiroshima in 1941, two days before killing an additional 64,000 Japanese civilians at Nagasaki by dropping nuclear bombs on innocent people.”
As I recall from my elementary schooling, the bombing of Hiroshima on 6 August 1945, and Nagasaki three days later, resulted in Japan’s surrender — which was a far better alternative than the invasion of Japan, at a cost of a half million American lives and those of millions of Japanese civilians.
Apparently Wright’s exegetical interpretation of U.S. history rises to the same standard as his elucidation of Scripture.
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http://www.adl.org/special_reports/farrakhan_own_words2/farrakhan_own_words.aspMarch 2000 the Philadelphia Inquirer quoted Farrakhan saying, “White people are potential humans … they haven’t evolved yet.” At other times, he has referred to whites as “vicious beasts” and “the skunks of the planet.”[…] Farrakhan publicly denounced the United States as “the Great Satan.” Particularly noteworthy was his visit as an honored guest of Sudan’s Islamic fundamentalist government, which had slaughtered a million black Christians and enslaved hundreds of thousands of its black inhabitants.
Farrakhan has called whites “blue-eyed devils”…