In this clip messiah-worship of Hitler and Obama are compared. Self-worship is an occult doctrine and is an aspect of what has historically been called Luciferianism. Hitler actually imposed a doctrine, called Positive Christianity, on the evangelical churches of the Third Reich, which taught that the Aryan race is God and worship of Hitler as the messiah.
The Black Liberation doctrine of Obama’s church of 20 years in Chicago also teaches — much like the reverse of what Hitler’s doctrine taught — that the black race is god and will produce a black messiah.
Rush compared Obama to Adolf Hitler in the way he makes propaganda. Hitler is a useful icon. When you invoke Hitler in a comparison everyone knows what you mean, but a more accurate comparison would be to David Duke the debonair, American neo-Nazi and Grand Wizard of the KKK, who put a friendly face on racial extremism.
The black liberation doctrine of Obama’s church in Chicago is based on black racial identity and is similar to a black version of Nazism in its fundamental racial concept. It is little understood history, but black emulation of white supremacy goes back nearly a century, when Marcus Garvey recommended that black groups model themselves after white supremacist groups. Garvey was the prophet of black nationalism and once predicted that one day the black race would produce their own “black Hitler.” See the link below for more information.
Jeremiah Wright has been the leading implementer of the ideas of Black Liberation Theology in the nation and Obama called him his spiritual guide. So, it is absurd to say that Obama did not know what Black Liberation theology is all about, the destruction of the white race, America and the traditional Christian church. The media never fully explained to the public what Black Liberation Theology is and how it relates to black nationalist sects, such as Farrakhan’s Nation of Islam, which was in large part the inspiration for the Black Liberation Theology of Obama’s own anti-American religious sect, ministered by the now notorious Jeremiah Wright.
Rupert Murdock is a globalist and business partner with Saudi Prince, al-Waleed, bin Talaal, who is the foremost promoter of Muslim culture in the world. Al-Waleed’s American adviser, Khalid al-Mansour, assisted Obama when he was still a student. Khalid al-Mansour is a black nationalist who is rabidly genocidal against whites. Yet, many people still think that Fox News supports American interests.
To derisive laughter, Murdock describes illegal aliens as “natural Republicans” in the clip below. This just shows how anti-American the senile owner of Fox News really is and this filters down to all of the employees at Fox News, who have to please the boss to keep their jobs. Fox News is poisonous sludge that people allow to pour into their living rooms on a nightly basis. It fronts as being pro-American, but that is really a great fraud. Fox News bends the truth or leaves part of it out to suit the agenda of their owners.
Murdock describes those, who would oppose this idea, “a little corner of the Party” and that the worst they would do is that “a few of them would stay home” (and probably turn on Fox News). He says what are the going to do, vote for Obama? They know very well that they have us cornered.
Rupert Murdock has said publicly in the past that if you find your town has become majority Spanish-speaking, then just get used to it. That is the way the world is, today, with globalization.
Paul Robeson was called the “Great Forerunner” (of the black messiah to come). For a time it was thought that he could be the prophesied, black messiah, who has been anticipated in the black community for 200 years or longer, a mystical leader, who would overturn the satanic white system and liberate the blacks of the world.
Robeson was the mentor of Frank Marshall Davis, Obama’s own mentor. For this reason it is believable that Davis put the idea of the mystical black messiah in Obama’s head at a very early age. He had contacts via Paul Robeson to people, who could provide funds and help advance Obama in his education and in politics. It was no accident that Obama joined Jeremiah Wright’s church which has a black liberation doctrine, based on a black messiah, who would be an ordinary man.
Robeson was a world-famous singer and actor with many powerful contacts in other countries hostile to the United States. He was a secular black nationalist and a communist sympathizer. Robeson thought that communism could be used to liberate Africa from colonialism. Robeson was asked to run as his vice-presidential candidate by famous occultist and communist sympathizer, Henry Wallace, who ran for President in 1948 as the candidate of the New Progressive Party. Wallace had to drop out of the race after some bizarre letters to his occult guru in Russia were published in the press.
At this pro-communist concert/rally in Peekskill, Robeson was said to have lead the first communist paramilitary in the United States. Afterwards his passport was confiscated for a time by the FBI as a security risk.
Spike Lee says that Obama was the “Savior” and a “Black Jesus”. It should be recognized that this idea of a black savior has existed as a cult idea for a very long time in the black community. Black Nationalism is an occult movement that has existed as a mass movement for nearly 100 years and several groups have worshiped their leaders or other men as the black messiah and divine beings.
In general black nationalism cult doctrine is that the black race is God. It is a lot like the belief system of Charlie Manson, Jimmy Jones or David Koresh, all of whom saw themselves as the messiah and savior. The Nazis have a similar cult doctrine that the Aryan race is God.
The Rastafarians are a branch of black nationalism and worship the former emperor of Ethiopia, Haile Salassie, as the black Christ.
The Nation of Islam worships their founder, Fard Muhammad, as Allah in the flesh. Louis Farrakhan, the current head of the Nation of Islam has also said that he is God. Farrakhan declared Obama to be the black Messiah during the 2008 campaign.
The Yahweh Nation cult worshiped their founder as God, Yahweh ben Yahweh. Yahweh ben Yahweh was convicted of conspiracy in the serial killing of about 15 random whites and dissidents.
Malachi Z York declared himself to be God. He is currently in prison for molesting dozens of children of his cult members.
The D.C. Sniper, John Allen Muhammad was a member of the Nation of Islam and was thought to be associated with the Nation of Gods and Earths, an off-shoot of the Nation of Islam. He left a note for the police that said, “just call me God.”
The Black Liberation Theology of Obama’s Trinity church in Chicago was inspired by the Nation of Islam and teaches that the black race is the “manifestation of God on earth” and that messiahs will be self-exalted individuals from the black race.
When Obama’s followers refer to him as the Savior, Messiah or God. This should be taken very seriously, because black nationalist doctrines teach that the black man is literally God and that the white race is the devil. It is extremely dangerous to have a president with this kind of cult religious background.
Dinesh D’Souza is right that Obama is an anti-colonialist as far as that goes. But it does not go very deeply into Obama’s motivations. Maybe that is necessary in order to reach the most people and sell the most books and movie tickets? There is an overall tendency to not dig too deeply into such topics, probably, because much of the public does not want to deal with the real Obama. It would scare the hell out of them and they would not want to look at it. So, maybe it has to be watered down a little to get the masses to pay a little attention.
In any case, if you are able to stand it, here’s the truth. Black Liberation Theology teaches that America is oppressing the rest of the world (non-white races) and must be destroyed to liberate the world. This can be called anti-colonialism, but the goal is not just to liberate the non-white nations, but to destroy America as we have known it along with white society and the traditional church. It would be absurd to assume that Obama does not know what the doctrine of his church is really about.
Black Liberation Theology was inspired by the doctrine of Nation of Islam, a black nationalist cult and it has a related doctrine. This old documentary produced by Mike Wallace in 1959 — before America became pathologically politically correct — explains what Black Nationalism really is. It shows the real roots of Obama’s rage. It is really “hate,” rather than “rage.”
The Real Roots of the Black Liberation Theology of Obama’s Church
Black Liberation Theology was formalized by James H. Cone nearly a decade after this documentary was made, but you can hear many aspects of it described in this documentary. Black Liberation Theology teaches that Jesus is black and is opposed to traditional Christianity. It holds, like other Black-Nationalist doctrines, that traditional Christianity was used as a tool to keep blacks in slavery and that it must be destroyed along with white society and America, as we know it, in order to liberate the non-white races and the world.
These religious ideas, on which Black Liberation Theology is based, have existed in certain segments of the black community in America and the Caribbean for 200 years and longer.
Kwame Nkrumah was also hailed as a Messiah, like Obama has been, as the article below shows. Nkrumah was the socialist dictator of Ghana, the first African county to win its independence (from the British) after WWII. He was influenced by American Black Nationalists/pan Africanists, W.E.B. Dubois and Marcus Garvey and met with Malcolm X in the 1960’s.
He started a youth organization, the Young Pioneers, that some compared to the Nazi Hitler Youth. This idea of a black messiah, who is like a God, goes back a long way in the history of Black Nationalism in America as well as in Africa. It didn’t start with Obama. Ghana was one of the countries that Obama honored with a visit on his first trip abroad after his inauguration in 2009. There is an old belief that you need dictatorship in order to liberate blacks from American (Western) white oppression.
Obama is someone who identifies with Islam, even though he does not practice the religion. Below is the definition of “cultural Muslim” given by the Wiki. The term means someone, who identifies with Islamic culture, but does not practice the religion. Obama had a father from an ethnically Muslim family, which he embraced in preference to his extended Christian family.
Jeremiah Wright declared that the God they worship at Trinity UCC (Yahweh) is the same as Allah. See this link for more info. Obama is also overly effusive in his public praise of Islam. For these reasons, it is correct to call Obama a “cultural Muslim” or “ethnic Muslim,” though he may not practice the religion. If you just put the word “cultural” in front of “Muslim,” it will be difficult to argue with that description. It just means he identifies culturally with Islam and is loyal to Islam. This is a rather obvious truth, indicated by his own public statements and his biographical book. It is not necessary to prove that Obama is secretly a Muslim. He has been quite open about his personal affection for Islam. He makes decisions, which puts Islamist (Muslim Brotherhood) interests above American interests. (see Egypt, Libya and Syria.)
However, that is not all he is and the perverse doctrine of his sect in Chicago also deserves to be examined. His supposedly “Christian” church in Chicago, does not have a traditional Christian doctrine, because it denies the unique divinity of Christ, as does Islam, which sees Christ as a prophet, not uniquely God.
Trinity church has a doctrine which did not require Obama to give up his personal Muslim identity. Black Liberation theology is not exclusionary as traditional Christianity is. Traditional Christians believe that Christianity is the only way to salvation. This is not the case with Black Liberation Theology and it is obvious that Obama has no love for the traditional Christian church.
Black Liberation Theology is an accretionary doctrine, which embraces features of many religions, but holds that traditional Christianity (and America) are the tools of the Antichrist. The Antichrist is equated to white society. It is similar to and was inspired by the doctrine of Louis Farrakhan’s Nation of Islam, which is also not orthodox Islam, but a black cult doctrine that poses as Islam, just as Trinity church poses as Christianity.
Cultural Muslims are religiously unobservant, secular or irreligious individuals who still identify with the Muslim culture due to family background, personal experiences, or the social and cultural environment in which they grew up.
The term is a political neologism paralleling the term “cultural Christian”.
Malise Ruthven (2000) discussed the terms “cultural Muslim” and “nominal Muslim” as follows:
There is, however, a secondary meaning to Muslim which may shade into the first. A Muslim is one born to a Muslim father who takes on his or her parents’ confessional identity without necessarily subscribing to the beliefs and practices associated with the faith, just as a Jew may describe him- or herself as Jewish without observing the Halacha. In non-Muslim societies, such Muslims may subscribe to, and be vested with, secular identities. The Muslims of Bosnia, descendants of Slavs who converted to Islam under Ottoman rule, are not always noted for attendance at prayer, abstention from alcohol, seclusion of women and other social practices associated with believing Muslims in other parts of the world. They were officially designated as Muslims by nationality to distinguish them from Orthodox Serbs and Catholic Croats under the former Yugoslav communist regime. The label Muslim indicates their ethnicity and group allegiance, but not necessarily their religious beliefs. In this limited context (which may apply to other Muslim minorities in Europe and Asia), there may be no contradiction between being Muslim and being atheist or agnostic, just as there are Jewish atheists and Jewish agnostics… It should be noted, however, that this secular definition of Muslim (sometimes the terms cultural Muslim or nominal Muslim are used) is very far from being uncontested.
The way commentators get their panties in a twist whenever Obama is compared to Hitler, you would think that no one has ever used hyperbole to make a point before. Wikipedia gives the following definition of “hyperbole.”
Hyperbole is the use of exaggeration as a rhetorical device or figure of speech. It may be used to evoke strong feelings or to create a strong impression, but is not meant to be taken literally.
Hitler is an iconic historical figure and Americans use hyperbolic comparisons to Hitler/Nazism every day to make a point, as Hank William’s Jr. did and as many others have done for this or other reasons, such as comedy. (See Jerry Seinfeld’s hilarious “Soup Nazi” skit.)
The comparison is used to mean that someone is extremely strict, inflexible or without empathy for others. Normally, people don’t get upset with this common usage, but somehow they they do become very upset when it is applied to Obama. The issue is not whether Obama is literally “Hitler,” but that there are some parallels to Nazism as a belief system in his background. It may be hyperbole, but it is hyperbole with a valid point. We hope that he does not become another Hitler.
The question is why do people think this commonly-used rhetorical device is okay to use everyday, but is way out of bounds when applied to Obama? It seems that many are so upset, when Obama is compared to Hitler, because they may have to recognize that there is a kernel of truth to the comparison and it makes them extremely uncomfortable to think that the President may somehow be Nazi-like in character.
In Obama’s case, there is more than just a speck of truth to the comparison. He has shown a willingness to use totalitarian methods, trampling on the Constitution and usurping the powers of other branches of Government.
There have always been two branches to the black liberation movement. Obama is not from the non-violent branch represented by Martin Luther King, Jr. and Booker T. Washington. Obama is from the much more racially militant Black Nationalist tradition of Malcolm X, Elijah Muhammad and Louis Farrakhan. After Martin Luther King, Jr. was assassinated, the more absolutist Black Nationalist branch moved to the fore.
The founder of the black nationalist mass movement in the late 1910’s was Marcus Garvey. Garvey met with the KKK in the 1920’s and began cooperation with them. He mandated that black nationalist groups should emulate white nationalist groups, such as the KKK and the Nazis and wrote that some day the black race would have their own black “Hitler.” (See “Selected Writings of Marcus Garvey,” edited by Bob Blaisdell, Dover Publication, Inc., Mineola, New York (2004), preface viii-x and pages 74-82 entitled “Hon. Marcus Garvey Tells of Interview with the Klu Klux Klan.”)
Since that time there has been a history of meetings and cooperation between black and white nationalists. In a reverse sense, the racial concept of Black Liberation Theology has some striking parallels to the racial concept of Nazism. You can learn more about this history at this link.
Obama may not be responsible for the death of 40-50 million people, but the hyperbolic comparison of Obama to Hitler does have some truth to it. The public needs to be educated about the fact that there are real parallels to Nazism in Obama’s religious background of Black Liberation Theology and Black Nationalism.
That some become angry when this comparison is made is just evidence that use of this so-called rhetorical device is effective. The comparison should be used more until people can no longer deny that there is truth to it. There should be no apologies made for speaking the truth.
I post clips of Farrakhan like the one below and explain what he is talking about, the destruction of America and whites. He often preaches indirectly and in his own code language as does Jeremiah Wright. Often these Black Nationalist sects are like modern day mystery religions. That is, they are not that open about what the core beliefs are. Black Liberation Theology is similar.
An apparently black woman finally understood what Farrakhan is about and posted this reply. Not sure she knew that I am not exactly black.
I get it now, I didn’t pay too much attention to Farrakhan as a pre-teen, my father made fun of muslims. Even though I know how racist white people can be, it doesn’t help to hear this ideology and then be surrounded by white people 24 hours a day. I figured when he starts calling for white genocide I’ll listen, I’m 31 now and i see that black people need a military power for defense, rebellion in the 70’s or earlier would be suicide. With a black president our military is the Muslim world. I support