Reply Wed 15 Oct, 2008 10:38 am
Rush Limbaugh Says Angry Blacks Are In 30 Year Plot To Train Black Children as Militants
By John Amato Tuesday Oct 14, 2008 5:20pm
As we are witnessing, the conservative movement is in shambles now and the only thing they can do is spew racist hatred out into the world and hope it sticks to their audience in droves. And how is the conservative right going to make sure race is all you can think of when you think of the name Obama?

How about by making the case that blacks in general are lazy, angry, and engaged in a 3 decades old plot to train black children as militants against the US? It's those scary black terrorists again. Don't think anyone would actually SAY that? Think again. Listen to it in Rush Limbaugh's own words. It's hard to cut out much of his racist diatribe so the full transcript will appear under the fold.

Limbaugh: We know that technological advancement is going along at light speed. And yet during this period of time, whether it be the last 57 years or be it the last 20 years, it seems that a majority of the black population has remained angry, frustrated, and behind. They've been left behind. They are acting like they've been left behind, and of course we've heard that this is because of racism, natural systemic institutional racism in America, that we are unfair, that this country is just horrible and rotten.

...The federal government became the father. The father didn't have to hang around in order for the kids to be okay, depending on how you define okay. But as you study more and more of this ACORN stuff, you find that it has been part of an entire movement that has been going on for two, maybe three decades, right under our noses.

We thought that it was just liberal welfare policies and all that that kept blacks from progressing while other minorities grew and prospered, but no, it is these wackos from Bill Ayers to Jeremiah Wright to other anti-American Afrocentric black liberation theologists with ACORN, and Barack Obama is smack dab in the middle of it, they have been training young black kids to hate, hate, hate this country, and they trained their parents before that to hate, hate, hate this country. It was a movement. It was a Bill Ayers, anti-capitalist, anti-American educational movement. ACORN is how it was implemented, right under our noses.
It has been a movement, it has been a religion, and Obama and Jeremiah Wright and William Ayers were all up to their big ears in it.

A C&Ler emailed and said:

They're desperate. And they can't say it themselves, so they hire people who can. Rush, in this particular break, had just finished with a nice chat with the person who accused Barack Obama of "pallin' around with terrorists." And he went from that conversation ... to his little theory about Black Madrassas out to rise up and kill us all. Does it get any sicker? I'm afraid it might with them.

The influence of right wing hate radio has never been more evident than what we have been witnessing now. And it will get worse, much worse. These talkies like Limbaugh are giving their listeners permission to engage in violent acts. It's out in the open, on display right before our eyes.

(audio 2:50pm est 10/14/08)

From the time of my birth, 57 years ago, to today, this country has grown and expanded, prosperity has opened its doors for more and more people around the world, not just people born in this country. We know the stories of Asians emigrating and running rings around people born in this country academically in California. We know all about the immigration, legal and illegal, to get into the country. We know that the standard of living has risen. We know that technological advancement is going along at light speed. And yet during this period of time, whether it be the last 57 years or be it the last 20 years, it seems that a majority of the black population has remained angry, frustrated, and behind. They've been left behind. They are acting like they've been left behind, and of course we've heard that this is because of racism, natural systemic institutional racism in America, that we are unfair, that this country is just horrible and rotten.

You ever ask yourself how it is that people not even born here can come here and in a few short years begin prospering in school, their own business or what have you, yet people who are born in this country somehow have been raised to hate it, to think they're still back in the days of slavery. I actually think, after studying all this ACORN stuff and reading what Stanley Kurtz has written about this, I actually believe that what has taken place here in addition to liberal Democrat legislation, such as the Great Society and the war on poverty, which a lot of people will now acknowledge really busted up the black family by the government taking the place of the husband and father, free to roam around and bear no responsibility. The mother remained the mother, she got the financial assistance from this legislation, from the federal government. The federal government became the father. The father didn't have to hang around in order for the kids to be okay, depending on how you define okay. But as you study more and more of this ACORN stuff, you find that it has been part of an entire movement that has been going on for two, maybe three decades, right under our noses.

We thought that it was just liberal welfare policies and all that that kept blacks from progressing while other minorities grew and prospered, but no, it is these wackos from Bill Ayers to Jeremiah Wright to other anti-American Afrocentric black liberation theologists with ACORN, and Barack Obama is smack dab in the middle of it, they have been training young black kids to hate, hate, hate this country, and they trained their parents before that to hate, hate, hate this country. It was a movement. It was a Bill Ayers, anti-capitalist, anti-American educational movement. ACORN is how it was implemented, right under our noses. They're doing far more, folks, than just cheating when it comes to elections and registration. They are in deep in this mortgage crisis. ACORN and Obama and Barney Frank and Chris Dodd, the Democrat Party, have their fingerprints all over the subprime mortgage crisis. The whole concept of affordable housing was people that can't afford a mortgage are going to get one, because America is unfair.

It has been a movement, it has been a religion, and Obama and Jeremiah Wright and William Ayers were all up to their big ears in it.
http://crooksandliars.com/john-amato/rush-limbaugh-says-blacks-are-angry-and
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Woiyo9
 
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Reply Wed 15 Oct, 2008 10:45 am
Really? Exposing the trust from racists/Anti American democrats is what is being exposed.

"Black Liberation Theology, in its Founder's Words


James Cone

James Cone: Black liberation theologian says the overriding message of Old Testament prophets " and Jesus Christ " is "a condemnation of the nation and of the religious [establishment] ... for oppressing the poor." Courtesy Union Theological Seminary





Fresh Air from WHYY, March 31, 2008 · The Rev. James Cone is the founder of black liberation theology. In an interview with Terry Gross, Cone explains the movement, which has roots in 1960s civil-rights activism and draws inspiration from both the Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Malcolm X, as "mainly a theology that sees God as concerned with the poor and the weak."

Cone also comments on controversial remarks made by the Rev. Jeremiah Wright, Barack Obama's former minister and a black liberation theology proponent.

In a now-famous 2003 sermon, Wright charged that an ingrained, abiding racism in American society is at fault for many of the troubles African-Americans face, and he thundered, "No, no, no, not God bless America! God damn America " that's in the Bible " for killing innocent people."

Cone explains that at the core of black liberation theology is an effort " in a white-dominated society, in which black has been defined as evil " to make the gospel relevant to the life and struggles of American blacks, and to help black people learn to love themselves. It's an attempt, he says "to teach people how to be both unapologetically black and Christian at the same time."

Cone's books include Black Theology and Black Power, God of the Oppressed, and Risks of Faith. He teaches at Manhattan's Union Theological Seminary.
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A Closer Look at Black Liberation Theology

by Barbara Bradley Hagerty

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All Things Considered, March 18, 2008 · Presidential contender Sen. Barack Obama (D-IL) defended his longtime pastor, the Rev. Jeremiah Wright, on Tuesday, even as he repudiated some of the pastor's inflammatory sermons. But Wright's comments likely come as no surprise to those familiar with black liberation theology, a religious philosophy that emerged during the 1960s.

Black liberation theology originated on July 31, 1966, when 51 black pastors bought a full page ad in the New York Times and demanded a more aggressive approach to eradicating racism. They echoed the demands of the black power movement, but the new crusade found its source of inspiration in the Bible.

"God's presence in the world is best depicted through God's involvement in the struggle for justice," says Anthony Pinn, who teaches philosophy and religion at Rice University in Houston. "God is so intimately connected to the community that suffers, that God becomes a part of that community."

Freedom and Liberation

Dwight Hopkins, a professor at the University of Chicago Divinity School, says black liberation theology often portrays Jesus as a brown-skinned revolutionary. He cites the words of Mary in the Magnificat " also known as the "Song of Mary" " in which she says God intends to bring down the mighty and raise the lowly. Hopkins also notes that in the book of Matthew, Jesus says the path to heaven is to feed the hungry, clothe the naked, visit the sick and the prisoners. And the central text for black liberation theology can be found in Chapter 4 of Luke's gospel, where Jesus outlines the purpose of his ministry.

"Jesus says my mission is to eradicate poverty and to bring about freedom and liberation for the oppressed," Hopkins says. "And most Christian pastors in America skip over that part of the book."

Hopkins attends Trinity United Church of Christ, where Rev. Wright just retired as pastor. In the now-famous sermon from 2003, Wright said black people's troubles are a result of racism that still exists in America, crying out, "No, no, no, not God bless America! God damn America " that's in the Bible " for killing innocent people."

According to Hopkins, that was theological wordplay " because the word "damn" is straight out of the Bible and has a specific meaning in the original Hebrew.

"It means a sacred condemnation by God to a wayward nation who has strayed from issues of justice, strayed from issues of peace, strayed from issues of reconciliation," Hopkins says.

A Loud, Passionate, Physical Affair

Anthony Pinn of Rice University acknowledges that black liberation preaching often sounds angry. But he says the anger does not advocate violence but is instead channeled into constructive routes. Trinity UCC, he notes, has 70 ministries that help the poor, the unemployed, those with AIDS or those in prison. Pinn says the words can be jarring to the untrained ear, but they're still valid.

"Folks, including myself, may be taken aback by the inflammatory nature of the rhetoric, but I don't think very many of us would deny that there is a fundamental truth: Racism is a problem in the United States," Pinn says.

Black liberation preaching can be a loud, passionate, physical affair. Linda Thomas, who teaches at the Lutheran School of Theology in Chicago, says the whole point of it is to challenge the powerful and to raise questions for society to think about. Thomas says if white people are surprised by the rhetoric, it's because most have never visited a black church.

"I think that many black people would know what white worship is like," Thomas says. "Why is it that white people don't know what black worship is about? And I think that is because there is this centrality with white culture that says we don't have to know about that."

Obama presents himself as uniquely situated to bridge those two cultures because of his biracial heritage. In his speech on race Tuesday, the presidential hopeful said he could no more disown his controversial pastor than he could disown his white grandmother.

"These people are a part of me. And they are part of America, this country that I love," Obama said.

He denounced the harshness of Wright's words " not because they were false, he said, but because they did not acknowledge the strides that the U.S. has made in the fight against racism. Obama said his own candidacy shows how far the country has come.

http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=89236116
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Woiyo9
 
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Reply Wed 15 Oct, 2008 10:46 am
The Real Agenda of Black Liberation Theology
By Jeffrey Schmidt
Now, suddenly, the Reverend Jeremiah Wright is misunderstood. Suddenly, so-called black liberation theology is misunderstood.

Wright's successor at Trinity United Church of Christ, the Reverend Otis Moss III, won't bow to the wishes of "they" to shut up. It begs the question: "Who are they?" The larger white cultural? Or liberals and Democrats who see all this unfavorable publicity hurting the election chances of Barack Obama?

The sad truth is that neither the Reverend Wright nor black liberation theology is being misunderstood. Both, thanks to the candidacy of Barack Obama, are being exposed. God, in fact, works in mysterious ways. And unless it's the aforementioned liberals and Democrats who are trying to hush up Wright, Moss and others of their ilk, sensible Americans want to hear more, for knowledge is power, the power to combat hate.

And make no mistake, what Americans are hearing, they don't like. In the Rasmussen poll, 73% of voters find Wright's comments to be racially divisive. That's a broad cross section of voters, including 58% of black voters.

In an article in the Washington Post, unnamed ministers commented that black liberation theology "encourages a preacher to speak forcefully against the institutions of oppression..."

And what might these institutions be? They are not specified. But it is safe to say that they are not the welfare state or the Democratic Party. Given that black liberation theology is a product of the dreary leftist politics of the twentieth century, the very vehicles employed by the left to advance statism certainly can't be the culprits.

For the left, black liberation theology makes for close to a perfect faith. It is a political creed larded with religion. It serves not to reconcile and unite blacks with the larger cultural, but to keep them separate. Here, again, The Washington Post reports that "He [Wright] translated the Bible into lessons about...the misguided pursuit of ‘middle-classness.'"

Not very Martin Luther King-ish. Further, all the kooky talk about the government infecting blacks with HIV is a fine example of how the left will promote a lie to nurture alienation and grievance. To listen to Wright -- more an apostle of the left than the Christian church -- the model for blacks is alienation, deep resentment, separation and grievance. All of which leads to militancy. Militancy is important. It's the sword dangled over the head of society. Either fork over more tax dollars, government services and patronage or else. And unlike the Reverend Moss and his kindred, I'll specify the "else." Civil unrest. Disruptions in cities. Riot in the streets.

Keeping blacks who fall into the orbit of a Reverend Wright at a near-boil is a card used by leftist agitators to serve their ends: they want bigger and more pervasive government -- and they want badly to run it.

If any further proof is needed that black liberation theology has nothing to do with the vision of Martin Luther King -- with reconciliation, brotherhood and universality -- the words of James H. Cone, on faculty at New York's Union Theological Seminary, may persuade. Cone, not incidentally, originated the movement known as black liberation theology. He said to The Washington Post:

"The Christian faith has been interpreted largely by those who enslaved black people, and by the people who segregated them."


No mention of the Civil War involving the sacrifices of tens of thousands of lives; no abolition or civil rights movements. No Abraham Lincoln. No Harriet Beecher Stowe. No white civil rights workers who risked and, in some instances, lost their lives crusading in the south to end segregation. And since the civil rights movement, society hasn't opened up; blacks have no better access to jobs and housing; no greater opportunities. The federal government, led by a white liberal, Lyndon Johnson, did not pour billions of dollars into welfare programs and education targeted at inner cities in an attempt to right old wrongs. And still does so. A black man, Barak Obama, on the threshold of winning his party's nomination for president, has in no way done so with the help of white voters in communities across the land.

In the closed world of Cone, Wright and Moss, Jefferson Davis and Bull Connor are alive and well. Black victimhood is the doing of white society, not the doing of angry black leaders and leftists, who see advantage and profit in keeping too many people in black communities captive.

Barack Obama knows all this, as a seventeen year congregant at Wright's church, and as a liberal community activist prior to his election to the Illinois Senate. That he feigns innocence, or that he professes forbearance for some of Wright's words because of the goodness of others, is not the line one expects from a post-racial politician. It is what is expected from a man whose career is steeped in racial politics, a politics that does great harm to the very people it purports to serve.

http://www.americanthinker.com/2008/03/the_real_agenda_of_black_liber.html
blueflame1
 
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Reply Wed 15 Oct, 2008 10:54 am
@Woiyo9,
See?
Woiyo9
 
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Reply Wed 15 Oct, 2008 11:00 am
@blueflame1,
Can you recognize who the racist really is???

Probably not!
blueflame1
 
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Reply Wed 15 Oct, 2008 11:05 am
@Woiyo9,
I recognoze this, it's the economy stupid. Racism wont win the election for McCain. The country is sick and tired of McCain's negative attacks. http://rawstory.com/news/2008/Poll_McCains_negativity_turning_off_voters_1015.html
Woiyo9
 
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Reply Wed 15 Oct, 2008 11:08 am
@blueflame1,
Yea, I recognize this. When Democrats are faced with answering for their platform, record, and associations, democrats call it a negative attack.

I call it answering for your actions.

Racism may very well win Obama this election for all the wrong reasons.
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cjhsa
 
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Reply Wed 15 Oct, 2008 11:09 am
@blueflame1,
See my sig line.
Gargamel
 
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Reply Wed 15 Oct, 2008 11:12 am
@cjhsa,
cjhsa wrote:

See my sig line.


No, you're racist because buy into and promote ignorant stereotypes about black people, because you feel threatened by them. You've called Whoopi Goldberg a "stupid N-word," and Michelle Obama a "black bitch."
cjhsa
 
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Reply Wed 15 Oct, 2008 11:14 am
@Gargamel,
You're not paying attention fat boy.

I stole that "black bitch" line from a feminist Democrat, a friend of my parents.
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blueflame1
 
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Reply Wed 15 Oct, 2008 12:08 pm
Obama said McCain didn't have the guts to say to his face at the last debate the things McCain and Pakin have been saying at their rallies. And McCain took the bait and says he'll be running with it at tonight's debate. It should be interesting. Obama roped a dope.
cicerone imposter
 
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Reply Wed 15 Oct, 2008 12:20 pm
@blueflame1,
McCain's senility will show in spades tonight. LOL
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Woiyo9
 
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Reply Wed 15 Oct, 2008 12:26 pm
It so much fun hitting the thumbs down on CC and watching this racist disappear!
Cycloptichorn
 
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Reply Wed 15 Oct, 2008 12:31 pm
@Woiyo9,
Woiyo9 wrote:

It so much fun hitting the thumbs down on CC and watching this racist disappear!


Perhaps you meant 'CI.' You fail even when trying to insult.

Cycloptichorn
cicerone imposter
 
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Reply Wed 15 Oct, 2008 01:21 pm
@Cycloptichorn,
I'd see that as a "gift." LOL
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DontTreadOnMe
 
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Reply Wed 15 Oct, 2008 06:41 pm
@blueflame1,
blueflame1 wrote:

Rush Limbaugh Says Angry Blacks Are In 30 Year Plot To Train Black Children as Militants


rush limbaugh is clearly built upside down;

he talks out his ass and nothing but sh*t comes out of his mouth.

cicerone imposter
 
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Reply Wed 15 Oct, 2008 08:38 pm
@DontTreadOnMe,
Not quite how I would have described it, but I understand it - totally. LOL
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blueflame1
 
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Reply Thu 16 Oct, 2008 09:46 am
Joe the Plumber says Obama tap danced "almost as good as Sammy Davis, Jr."
October 15, 2008, 11:18PM


On CBS's webcast after TV debate coverage, Joe Wurzelbacher (the Plumber) told Katie Couris that he wanted to ask Obama tough questions, but "Unfortunately, that's all I got. A tap dance. Almost as good as Sammy Davis, Jr."

Is it just me, or would Joe have described McCain as a dead, tap-dancing, black celebrity? Damn, Joe. Why the surprise? Don't you know all Democrats can tap dance like Sammy because of the extra bone in their feet?
http://www.talkingpointsmemo.com/talk/blogs/ripper_mccord/2008/10/joe-the-plumber-says-obama-tap.php
cicerone imposter
 
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Reply Thu 16 Oct, 2008 10:10 am
@blueflame1,
When Joe the plumber was interviewed after the debate, he said he will not reveal who he will vote for, but for many of us, we already know how he'll vote.
His words belies his "secrecy."
cjhsa
 
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Reply Thu 16 Oct, 2008 10:21 am
@cicerone imposter,
He hasn't had a job offer from either candidate yet, that's my take.
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