Sunday, November 8, 2009

Was Jeremiah Wright Wrong?

Death by Sound Bites



I think it's funny how one person can lead so many astray. I'm not talking about Jeremiah Wright. I'm talking about the media.

Americans are very short sighted and forget one day to the next. I, on the other hand, am like an elephant, and I never forget.

Pat Robertson and Jerry Falwell gave the very same sermon in 2001. *SHOCKING* The chickens have come home to roost. Oh, they were condemned for it too.

I have a political science degree so I keep tabs on what the "government" does. I will withhold my judgment of you and simply assume that you are trying to do the best by God in your own way, by condemning Jeremiah Wright. I assume then, that you know nothing about the Royal Institute for International Affairs [RIIA], the Council on Foreign Relations [CFR], Trilaterals, the Zionists, Bolshevism-Rosecrusianism, Bilderberger group or the Committee of 300, the Olympians or the Illuminati. I am assuming you know nothing about the Scottish Rite Freemasons or the Skull and Bones.



There is no possible way you could know about those groups and then listen to Jeremiah Wright and call him wrong.

It is obvious you don't know anything about the Order of St. John of Jerusalem, Club of Rome the German Marshall Fund, the Cini Foundation, the Round Table, the Fabianists, the Venetian Black Nobility, the Mont Pelerin Society, Hellfire Clubs, the Milner Group, the Round Table.

You could not know these secret societies and then listen to Jeremiah Wright's frustrated "God damn America" and think anything other than "you know, he's absolutely right."

Admittedly, he might be saying "white", but it's like the difference between saying "south eastern country clubs exclude Blacks" and "whites exclude blacks". It is merely semantic. Obviously Scottish Rite and Bilderberger are completely made up of WHITE people, ONLY. So is it so wrong to say "white" people are doing this?

Obviously the man isn't racist. He had a white minister to come preach at his church many many times.

Fox News and others kept showing a sound bite of Jeremiah Wright saying "America's Chickens are Coming Home to Roost". That is the only sound bite they showed of the sermon. But in actuality Reverend Wright was quoting U.S. Ambassador Edward Peck, a retired, "white", career U.S. diplomat who served 32-years in the U.S. Foreign Service and was chief of the U.S. mission to Iraq under Jimmy Carter -- hardly the black-rage image with which Wright has been stigmatized.





Did Fox lie about Reverend Wright? Of course they did. But let's look at the statement.

Chickens coming home to Roost = Blowback is the espionage term for the violent, unintended consequences of a covert operation that are suffered by the civil population of the aggressor government. To the civilians suffering it, the blowback typically manifests itself as “random” acts of political violence without a discernible, direct cause; because the public—in whose name the intelligence agency acted—are ignorant of the effected secret attacks that provoked revenge (counter-attack) against them.
Obviously Reverend Wright isn't just some crazed minister. We have a bonafied term for the occurrence. So by the above definition there is an expected retaliation against the country that a clandestine operation took place, that the population is going to be completely ignorant of. This means, our spies do something the pisses people off. Those pissed off people come do something to us, because they know our spies did it, but can't find the spies, of course. And, then we get attacked or something and we have no clue why it happened. We think we're the victims of some crazed lunatics, when the opposite is true. We are at fault. We created our spies and sent them to do underhanded crap.

So, do we do underhanded crap to people? Yes! Does it piss people off? Yes! Do they know it's us? Yes! Normally it's easy to tell. If they find 10 Arabs and one Mexican, they know something's fishy and maybe that Mexican, who's supposed to look like an Arab, might be behind it. But, the Mexican disappears before the It Hits the Fan.

Remember, I said at the beginning that Pat Robertson and Jerry Falwell said the same thing? In fact, they were worse:




Jerry Falwell
"I really believe that the pagans, and the abortionists, and the feminists, and the gays and the lesbians who are actively trying to make that an alternative lifestyle, the ACLU, People For the American Way, all of them who have tried to secularize America. I point the finger in their face and say 'you helped this happen.'"

"I do believe, as a theologian, based upon many Scriptures and particularly Proverbs 14:23, which says 'living by God's principles promotes a nation to greatness, violating those principles brings a nation to shame,'" he said.








Pat Robertson
"We have sinned against Almighty God, at the highest level of our government, we've stuck our finger in your eye," said Robertson. "The Supreme Court has insulted you over and over again, Lord. They've taken your Bible away from the schools. They've forbidden little children to pray. They've taken the knowledge of God as best they can, and organizations have come into court to take the knowledge of God out of the public square of America."


Both of these guys later on recanted or tried to clean up their statements, but they made them, on national t.v., to millions. And, what's worse? Many ministers agreed and gave similar sermons in their churches around the very same time. I make it a habit of visiting about a dozen churches, sometimes 3 -5 in one Sunday morning. So I heard first hand all the sermons of at least a dozen churches that month, Sept 2001. They all said the same thing. God is mad, and it's because of our government and society today in America.

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