More Hateful Quotes from Racist Wright

Posted on March 15, 2008. Filed under: Liberal Idiots, Political Correctness, Politicians, Politics, Religion, Reverse Discrimination |

This man is as racist as they come and for him to be excused for the hateful, inflammatory stuff he says is unbelievable!! He is preaching hate from a church pulpit! And I find it highly unlikely that in Obama’s 20 years of going to that church he personally never heard his pastor say anything controversial like the latest statements that have been uncovered. Please!! Does he think we’re stupid? I doubt Obama just happened to be absent every time Wright made inflammatory statatements.

Wright: ‘U.S. of KKKA’ knew about Pearl Harbor
Preacher tells black-on-black criminals they’re fighting wrong enemy in video

Posted: March 15, 2008
6:00 pm Eastern

© 2008 WorldNetDaily

Newly released video of Rev. Jeremiah Wright, Democrat presidential contender Sen. Barack Obama’s controversial pastor, shows the preacher telling his congregation the United States knew of the attack on Pearl Harbor before the Japanese struck, the U.S. would plant weapons of mass destruction in Iraq “just like the LAPD,” and those committing black-on-black crime are “fighting the wrong enemy.”
The series of clips, taken from hours of sermons, was broadcast on Fox News’ Hannity & Colmes program last night.
At times Wright, who moves his congregation to shouts of agreement, is shown wearing an African dashiki while in the pulpit and, at others, he wears a clerical collar.
Wright, again, called on God to damn America – or “white America, U.S. of KKKA,” as he refers to the nation in another sermon – “for killing innocent people … for treating us citizens as less than human.”
As WND reported, in a 2003 sermon Wright encouraged blacks to damn America in God’s name and blamed the U.S. for provoking the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks by dropping nuclear weapons on Japan in World War II and supporting Israel since 1947.
Yesterday, in response to mounting criticism over Wright’s anti-American and racist comments, Obama issued a statement saying he strongly condemns and denounces “some inflammatory and appalling remarks [Wright] made about our country, our politics, and my political opponents.”
Despite having been at the church for two decades, Obama said he was not in attendance when Wright made any of the statements and never heard such talk in private conversations.
“Let me say at the outset that I vehemently disagree and strongly condemn the statements that have been the subject of this controversy,” Obama said. “I categorically denounce any statement that disparages our great country or serves to divide us from our allies. I also believe that words that degrade individuals have no place in our public dialogue, whether it’s on the campaign stump or in the pulpit. In sum, I reject outright the statements by Rev. Wright that are at issue.”
Late yesterday, Wright stepped down from his formal role in Obama’s campaign, as a member of his African American Religious Leadership Committee.
Statements in the newly released video segments suggest earlier samples of Wright’s sermons were not isolated instances and add to questions of how Obama and his family could have been unaware of such provocative messages coming from the pulpit of their home church.
Here are excerpts from Wright’s sermons revealed by Fox News:
“The government lied about Pearl Harbor. They knew the Japanese were going to attack. Government’s lied.”
“We’ve got a paranoid group of patriots in power that now, in the interest of homeland stupidity – I mean homeland security …”
“The government lied about the Tuskegee experiment. They purposely infected African-American men with syphilis …”
“Fighting for peace is like raping for virginity.”
“… what’s going on in white America, U.S. of KKKA …”
“Black men turning on black men – that is fighting the wrong enemy. You both are the primary targets in an oppressive society that sees both of you as a dangerous threat.”
“We cannot see how what we are doing is the same thing al-Qaida is doing under a different color flag … And guess what else. If they don’t find them some weapons of mass destruction, they going to do just like the LAPD and plant them some weapons of mass destruction.”
“God damn America – that’s in the Bible – for killing innocent people. God damn America for treating us citizens as less than human. God damn America …”
These controversial statements join others Wright has made from the pulpit.
WND reported yesterday Wright preached a sermon at his alma mater, Howard University, in 2006 that “America is still the No. 1 killer in the world. … We are deeply involved in the importing of drugs, the exporting of guns and the training of professional killers.”
Speaking at the Washington, D.C., school’s Andrew Rankin Memorial Chapel, Wright said, “We started the AIDS virus. … We are only able to maintain our level of living by making sure that Third World people live in grinding poverty.”
The pastor reportedly said in a sermon just after 9/11, “The government lied about inventing the HIV virus as a means of genocide against people of color. The government lied.”



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“This man is as racist as they come and for him to be excused for the hateful, inflammatory stuff he says is unbelievable!! He is preaching hate from a church pulpit! And I find it highly unlikely that in Obama’s 20 years of going to that church he personally never heard his pastor say anything controversial like the latest statements that have been uncovered.”

I think your comments are spot on Bridget. I think we are starting to see evidence of fruit in the life of Senator Obama and his wife Michelle that validate that their pastor has had quite an influence in their lives. The fact that Obama is vehemently denying it is not surprising… he is a politician.


Racists?!!! Are you an idiot Malachi? What power does he possess to impose his will on the pale(white)race!!!

What aggravates me is how proud and open Wright is about his hatred of America and no one (until now) has tried to call him on it. And Obama shares his mentor’s ideas and beliefs. Obama may try to distance himself from these comments NOW that they are being more publicized, but don’t let Obama fool you.

Everyone posting here is an idiot. As a proud White American who understands international politics and loves my country, there’s nothing here that’s racist. The last comment isn’t telling blacks to attach whites, it’s telling them to stop killing and fighting each other and work for equality which is what the basis of the civil rights movement was all about.

The problem with America is that when people call us out on what we’ve done to others we find a way to justify it using a double standard of what’s “Right”.

We need more Reverend Wrights of all colors so people can’t call truth-telling racism anymore.

WTG John keep up your humane way of thinking, you’ll be alright

Reverend Wrong.

There’s not racist here, but the truth. Americans need to stop being ignorant.

I agree, blind patriotism towards America is never a good thing. Many of the things Wright is saying are factually true.

So America created Aids? You’re so ignorant. Wright is a conspiracy theorist and a bad one at that.

Those who do not carefully analyze Wright’s comments and spew vitriolic venom against him are blind of their own choosing. Why should we cry: “God bless America” when an incompetent POTUS sends in our military to kill, maim, and destroy life and property in an Iraqi society who had done no harm to the USA?.. the killing ratio in Iraq was about 1:40 with the world’s supreme military and its advantageous technology fighting militants in sandals trying to defend their families, land, and honor… America abusive behavior in Iraq and in other nations of the world needs to be denounced; Ron Paul, Jeremiah Wright, Martin Luther King, César Chávez, and others like them, are heros.

So..put the web address of Wright (spewing) … calling on God to damn America,m or “white” America or the US of KKKA.”

or STFU.


Two Bears

A man is called many things he stands in opposition to especially where the truth is spoken. How do we know it is the truth? Study the history of the opposition he opposes.

A man is called many things especially when it’s the spoken truth, how do we know it’s the truth? study the history of the opposition he opposes

Your dumb because you can’t read or your just lazy. The basis of the TUCC is that blacks are the chosen race by God. That is racist. If you don’t think it is you are very ignorant. Even Malcolm X saw the errors of racism when he went to Mecca and saw people of every race worshipping one god. Guess what happened to Malcolm X… He was murdered by the Nation Of Islam members.

Hate speak? The man just told the truth. BTW. White authors, journalists, and historians have said the same things about about American. Do they hate American? Of course not! So you tell me, what did Rev Wright say that wasn’t true? [He did assume that 9/11 was done by external forces – I say it was an inside job to use as an excuse to commit more imperialistic terrorism.]

Why isn’t anyone calling for him to be removed from the church.Obama knew for 20 years he was a racist.But apparently, racism only applies to white people.They want to strip a business man of his company for comments he made in his own home,but continue to let this guy preach racism.What a bunch of Hippocrates.Wright has also said before that the white man is evil,and were the cause of black on black crime

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