Wednesday, May 21, 2008

The Church of James

While it is a little known fact that I am an actual ordained minister, thanks in large part to the ULC's free online ordination service, the Church of James, of which I am about to speak, is not mine.

The Church of James practices a version of theology that has been surprisingly ignored by the mainstream media. It espouses many alarming beliefs.

The Church of James refuses to accept a God who is not identified totally with the goals of the white community.

If God is not for us and against black people, then he is a murderer, and we had better kill him.

The task of the Church of James is to kill Gods who do not belong to the White community ... the Church of James will accept only the love of God which participates in the destruction of the black enemy.

What we need is the divine love as expressed in White Power, which is the power of white people to destroy their oppressors here and now by any means at their disposal. Unless God is participating in this holy activity, we must reject his love.

By now, many of our more astute readers may be aware of the James who is the Church of James, James Cone. And if you are as insulted as we are by the clear and present racism of its doctrine, you should know that in the above quotes from James Cone we replaced black with white and vice versa and Black Liberation Theology with the Church of James.

James Cone created Black Liberation Theology, which is a philosophy designed to unite African-Americans against white people using Christianity. The Trinity United Church of Christ in Chicago is the church that "most embodied his message" according to James Cone, himself. And you guessed it, The Trinity United Church of Christ is Rev. Jeremiah Wright and Barrack Hussein Obama's church.

So, knowing what the creator of this racist doctrine thinks about this church, do you still think it's possible that Obama, who spent the last 20 years in the church, never heard the types of racist and anti-American rants from Rev Wright he claims not to have? We sure don't. But, don't take our word for it. Listen to what Rev. Wright himself says about his church and James Cone to Sean Hannity.

By now, we've all heard Michelle Obama say for the first time in her life she was proud of America. Of course, liberals are doing an excellent job of trying to spin her comments, but we know from her Princeton thesis that what she said, she meant. When she made those comments, it truly was the first time in her life she was proud of America. It wasn't when she was accepted to Princeton, a school that 99.99% of Americans don't get to attend, it wasn't when she sat in the pews of her racist church which is protected under the first amendment of the country she is ashamed of, it was not when her husband was elected to the Illinois state senate or the U.S. Senate, it was only when it became clear that her husband had a real shot to be president that she suddenly became proud.

Despite knowing that Obama's wife harbors racist beliefs and his church espouses a racist doctrine, his supporters expect us to believe that it is Hillary's supporters who are racist. It is those 54% that say they will vote for a former POW in John McCain over the suspect patriotism of Obama that are the racists. And when 90% of the black community vote for Obama over Hillary, it is her supporters that are racist, not his.

Democrats need to realize now, before it is too late, that Obama is not the right choice for their nominee. He is damaged goods and has a very long way to go to prove to hard working Americans across this great land that he truly doesn't believe they are racists and that he doesn't believe the doctrines of his church.

Hillary can beat McCain. Speaking as a conservative, I for one would happily cast a ballot for Hillary this November over John McCain, but if Obama is the nominee the choice to vote against my party becomes much, much more difficult to make.

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