… Wright's anti-American, anti-White sermons from his church's pulpit need to be curtailed by IRS intervention by revoking his church's tax exempt status. How many times do we hear the ACLU or some other group suing a Catholic Church, Protestant Church, or some other church to have their federal tax exemptions revoked on the donations they receive because they made a political comment to theircongregation about some left-wing politician or even President Obama. Many times this came up during President Clinton's administration, where Churches were put under attack by the federal government for their priests making political statements.
It is more than obvious that Reverend Wright is as anti-Whiteracist as they come and for him to be excused for the hateful, inflammatory stuffhe says is unbelievable!! He is preaching hate from a church pulpit! And I find it highly unlikely that in Obama’s 20 years of going to that church he personally never heard his pastor say anything controversial like the latest statements that have been uncovered. Please!! Does he think we’re stupid? I doubt Obama just happened to be absent every time Wright made inflammatory statatements.
Newly released video of Rev. Jeremiah Wright, Democrat presidential contender Sen. Barack Obama’s controversial pastor, shows the preacher telling his congregation the United States knew of the attack on Pearl Harbor before the Japanese struck, the U.S. would plant weapons of mass destruction in Iraq “just like the LAPD,” and those committing black-on-black crime are “fighting the wrong enemy.”
The series of clips, taken from hours of sermons, was broadcast on Fox News’ Hannity & Colmes program.
At times Wright, who moves his congregation to shouts of agreement, is shown wearing an African dashiki while in the pulpit and, at others, he wears a clerical collar. Wright, again, called on God to damn America – or “white America, U.S. of KKKA,” as he refers to the nation in another sermon – “for killing innocent people … for treating us citizens as less than human.”
As World Net Daily reported, in a 2003 sermon Wright encouraged blacks to damn America in God’s name and blamed the U.S. for provoking the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks by dropping nuclear weapons on Japan in World War II and supporting Israel since 1947. In response to mounting criticism over Wright’s anti-American and racist comments, during his campaign, Obama issued a statement saying he strongly condemns and denounces “some inflammatory and appalling remarks [Wright] made about our country, our politics, and my political opponents.”Despite having been at the church for two decades, Obama said he was not in attendance when Wright made any of the statements and never heard such talk in private conversations.“Let me say at the outset that I vehemently disagree and strongly condemn the statements that have been the subject of this controversy,” Obama said. “I categorically denounce any statement that disparages our great country or serves to divide us from our allies. I also believe that words that degrade individuals have no place in our public dialogue, whether it’s on the campaign stump or in the pulpit. In sum, I reject outright the statements by Rev. Wright that are at issue.”
Wright was forced to step down from his formal role in Obama’s campaign, as a member of his African American Religious Leadership Committee. Statements invideo segments suggest earlier samples of Wright’s sermons were not isolated instances and add to questions of how Obama and his family could have been unaware of such provocative messages coming from the pulpit of their home church.
Here are excerpts from Wright’s sermons revealed by Fox News:
“The government lied about Pearl Harbor. They knew the Japanese were going to attack. Government’s lied.”
“We’ve got a paranoid group of patriots in power that now, in the interest of homeland stupidity – I mean homeland security …”
“The government lied about the Tuskegee experiment. They purposely infected African-American men with syphilis …”
“Fighting for peace is like raping for virginity.”
“… what’s going on in white America, U.S. of KKKA …”
“Black men turning on black men – that is fighting the wrong enemy. You both are the primary targets in an oppressive society that sees both of you as a dangerous threat.”
“We cannot see how what we are doing is the same thing al-Qaida is doing under a different color flag … And guess what else. If they don’t find them some weapons of mass destruction, they going to do just like the LAPD and plant them some weapons of mass destruction.”
“God damn America – that’s in the Bible – for killing innocent people. God damn America for treating us citizens as less than human. God damn America …”
These controversial statements join others Wright has made from the pulpit.
WND reported Wright preached a sermon at his alma mater, Howard University, in 2006 that “America is still the No. 1 killer in the world. … We are deeply involved in the importing of drugs, the exporting of guns and the training of professional killers.”
Speaking at the Washington, D.C., school’s Andrew Rankin Memorial Chapel, Wright said, “We started the AIDS virus. … We are only able to maintain our level of living by making sure that Third World people live in grinding poverty.”
The pastor reportedly said in a sermon just after 9/11, “The government lied about inventing the HIV virus as a means of genocide against people of color. The government lied.”
Obama "graced"Wright’s hate church for the last 20 years, where Obama learned through this indoctrination course.Obama's children were baptized in Wright's church. Wright married Barack and Michelle. Amazing that an anti-American, hence, anti-Christian, would even allow baptism and marriage in his "hate church".Wright was Obama’s religious adviser who preached to him racial hatred once or twice a week for the last two decades.
Just to have a glimpse at the mind of a religious racist, this notorious preaching of Jeremiah Wright graced the Internet:
Wright: "Fact number one: We've got more black men in prison than there are in college… Fact number two: Racism is how this country was founded and how this country is still run! …We are deeply involved in the importing of drugs, the exporting of guns and the training of professional KILLERS. . . . We believe in white supremacy and black inferiority and believe it more than we believe in God. . . . We conducted radiation experiments on our own people. . . . We care nothing about human life if the ends justify the means!
When the Media ridiculed Wright because of these very angry and vulgar [religiously obscene] racist statements, Obamadistanced himself from his Church. Obama lied about his spending time in Wright's church and that he wasn't there when Wright made his racist remarks. Obama deftly manipulated the media that, indeed, he was a member of Wright's church, but denied his association with such a racist priest.
Obama claimed he only used Wright as a ‘sounding board’ to get another perspective on society.Yeah, right! He claimed he wasn't close to Wright and didn't espouse his racist rantings and teachings.
O.k. If that's the case, then Obama wouldn't find it to be a problem to have the IRS revoke the tax exempt status for Wright's church because of Wright's anti-American, anti-White, anti-government sermons. Time to call a "spade a spade" and "put up" or "shut up" about whether Wright and Obama are just pastor and congregant, or are really friends.