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AUDIO: Jeremiah Wright endorses anti-Israel boycott: “Jesus was a Palestinian”

AUDIO: Jeremiah Wright endorses anti-Israel boycott: “Jesus was a Palestinian”

Pro-Israel groups should cheer that this discredited fringe character has thrown in with BDS.

Louis Farrakhan and the Nation of Islam organized an event in Washington, D.C. to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the Million Man March (which didn’t have anywhere near a million men).

Reportedly, “thousands” turned out today.

Farrakhan, of course, in an unapologetic and proud anti-White racist and anti-Semite.

It’s not surprising that Wright joined the fashionable movement to link Ferguson to Palestine, and to demonize Israel. It’s a pretty astounding speech, which included the mindless and historically inaccurate claim that “Jesus was a Palestinian.”

The Hill reports:

The controversial religious leader Jeremiah Wright compared Native Americans to Palestinians at the 20th anniversary of the Million Man March on the National Mall on Saturday, going so far as to assert that “Jesus was a Palestinian.”…

“The same issue is being fought today and has been fought since 1948, and historians are carried back to the 19th century… when the original people, the Palestinians — and please remember, Jesus was a Palestinian — the Palestinian people had the Europeans come and take their country,” Wright said.

He said African-Americans in the United States have much in common with Palestinians in Israel.

“The youth in Ferguson and the youth in Palestine have united together to remind us that the dots need to be connected,” Wright said. “And what Dr. King said, injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere, has implications for us as we stand beside our Palestinian brothers and sisters, who have been done one of the most egregious injustices in the 20th and 21st centuries.”

Here is his full speech at the event.

While anti-Israel groups will cheer, so should pro-Israel groups.

Wright is toxic for most people in the country. Even Obama had to run from him during the 2008 election (though it’s questionable whether Obama did it genuinely).

The anti-Israel groups can have Reverend Wright.

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Talk about verbal legerdemain! Talk about proliferating ignorance of history! The only people living in the geographical region of Palestine were Jews. Wright knows that, but full of Jew-hatred, the former (?) Muslim conflates a region with its hostile Arab Muslim invaders. Wright is playing for Muslim money and to the LINFO crowd. I’m waiting for him to declare that Jesus was an Arab. He can fool the ignorami with the “Palestinian” blather, but he won’t take the next step and let his malevolence show him as the hater of the Judaeo-Christian God that he is. Christianity stands on Judaism. You cannot belong to the former while hating the latter. That’s where Wright is: a cannibal of himself.

Jesus was a Palestinian, indeed!

Hmmmmmm. I thought Jesus was Jewish. Did someone forget that in the bible?

Also, by these “esteemed” theologians by saying that Jesus was a Palestinian make them “feel” better?

Well, the Wrong Rev. Wright certainly has embraced two of the three heads of the demon he was blathering about.

He’s a racist.

And he SURE as hell loves him some capitalism…of a perverted sort. The man lives like a prince on the backs of the poor people he’s poisoned for decades.

    Juba Doobai! in reply to Ragspierre. | October 11, 2015 at 8:44 am

    Wright’s congregation was quite well-to-do. He was Oprah Winfrey’s impastor before she started wondering what her audience of predominantly white women would think if they knew she went to a mosque, er, church that preached anti-Americanism and race hatred. His congregation gave him a $2 million dollar house when he retired.

Wright invoked Martin Luther King, who ostensibly denounced a “three-headed demon” where the third head was capitalism. I can’t find any evidence that King said any such thing, but the formula is a favorite of Wright’s.
http://www.powerlineblog.com/archives/2015/10/jeremiah-wright-jesus-was-a-palestinian.php

Neither can I. It’ll be interesting to see if Wright was just lying, which I certainly suspect, given his nature.

    MaggotAtBroadAndWall in reply to Ragspierre. | October 11, 2015 at 1:12 pm

    Tavis Smalley has spent a lot of time turning himself into an expert on MLK. I think he was promoting a book he’d written when I saw him in an interview a year or so ago say that MLK’s Riverside speech was overwhelmingly condemned by ruling class policymakers and pundits at the time. MLK was not only calling for withdrawal from Vietnam, but he did condemn “the giant triplets of racism, extreme materialism, and militarism” of American society that he blamed for the Vietnam war and military incursions elsewhere.

    Leading up to that statement, he denounced profits and property rights, which is what makes capitalism work. So even though MLK did not explicitly use the phrase “three headed demon”, or the word “capitalism”, I think it is fair to say he was referring to capitalism when he used the euphemism “extreme materialism” in his speech.

    The whole speech is worthwhile, but if you don’t have time to listen to it all start listening at the 40:20 mark for context and he’ll utter the phrase at about the 42:30 mark.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OC1Ru2p8OfU

Being this freak was Obama’s ‘minister’ for 20 years, what does this tell you about Obama: traitor, idiot, or both?

Headline: ‘Racism Free Zone’ Speakers Target Jews.

In Jesus’ day there was no such place as Palestine, let alone such people as Palestinians. Hadrian invented “Palestine” 100 years after Jesus’ death. Jesus was a Jew, and according to Xian doctrine he was a Jew born in Bethlehem, i.e. a “settler”.

    Juba Doobai! in reply to Milhouse. | October 11, 2015 at 8:49 am

    Yes, there was. Ther was a REGION, not a place. I wouldn’t be surprised if the name came from Philistia.

      Milhouse in reply to Juba Doobai!. | October 11, 2015 at 1:19 pm

      No, there was no region called Palestine. Hadrian invented the name after he put down the Bar Kochva revolt. Yes, he derived it from the Philistines who had lived there nearly 1000 years earlier.

This freak took his road show to Africa, where he told people that the United States invented HIV for the purpose of killing people of color. As a result, of course, people distrusted all the mostly white aid workers, and avoided medical care, thereby exacerbating the epidemic in Africa. The rumor that the US invented X disease continues to resurface, and did again with the ebola epidemic, resulting in the murder of some aid workers.

He preached the same message in the US, and there also, black people would not co-operate with efforts to curb the epidemic, with the result that the black population in the US had an infection rate similar to that of the third world countries.

May this unethical liar live long enough to see his grandchildren know what kind of misery he has inflicted on his own people.

Jesus prayed on the Temple Mount. Nowadays, Jews are not allowed to pray on the Temple Mount, so it kinda makes sense to say Jesus was Palestinian.

Maybe Wright hit upon something that he was not aiming for….

“He said African-Americans in the United States have much in common with Palestinians in Israel.”

““The youth in Ferguson and the youth in Palestine have united together to remind us that the dots need to be connected,” Wright said”

Well, connecting the dots one sees incitement, rock attacks and a sanctioning of “those who wished to destroy space to do that” mayhem. In other words, we see more bullying cigar stealers and their sycophants.
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Using Jesus, little children and MLK as, at best, hypothetical “hearsay” evidence means that your case is built on sand.

Jennifer,

We know his case is built on sand.(Or worse.)

But, this freak is our president’s proxy. While his case is b.s., it is propaganda of hate that will incite street thugs violence who will empower the traitor and/or idiot occupying the White House.

We are living in times parallel to 1930 Germany. Only Hitler was smarter, and Weimar Republic president Ebert was braver than Boehner and McTurtle, and that failure Paul Ryan (he couldn’t even hold his own against Joe Biden) the rinos are thinking of installing as the next Squeaker.

Trumps rise is akin to Churchill’s.

that’s easy Jesus was an antisemite… /sarcasm off

Historical ignorance is par for the course for Obama and his friends … I saw a TV show where a character claimed to be half Jewish and half Muslim … again ignorance on display …

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