H/T The Blaze
video). Father Phleger (video). Now, Reverend Joseph Lowery. What do they have in common? All subscribe to the "social(ist) justice" mantra, all see white's as the enemy (Yes, even Father Phleger, who is white), and all are FOB's (Friends of Baracks').
The common thread with all of these men is that blacks have been, and are still being oppressed. All subscribe to some form of reparations, whether through redistribution, or some other form of monetary "justice", such as the "Pigford" debacle.
Under Obama, who promised to be a "post-racial" President, we are seeing some of the greatest racial and class strife in decades. He has not had to make racially incendiary speeches himself, but has calmly sat back as the media, his spokespeople, and Democrat leaders have claimed that every criticism about him, or his policies, is rooted on racism. His silence on the subject gives de facto approval to the charges, with the result being minorities threatening riots and violence if Obama loses the election.
If a person wants to know what Obama's views are on race, with how he views the rest of the world, and especially how he views the United States, you don't have to look farther than with who he has voluntarily surrounded himself with. Wright, Phleger, Bill Ayres, Lowerey, Professor Derrick Bell (Critical Race Theory), and others, all paint a crystal clear picture of who Barack Obama is, and what he believes.
Posted on October 31, 2012 at 7:17pm by Madeleine Morgenstern
The reverend who delivered the benediction at President Barack Obama’s 2009 inauguration said Saturday he believes all white people are going to hell, according to a local Georgia newspaper.
Rev. Joseph Lowery, the civil rights icon who co-founded the Southern Christian Leadership Conference with Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., said during a rally at St. James Baptist Church in Forsyth, Ga. that he’s arrived back at the same view he held as a “young militant,” according to the Monroe County Reporter:
Lowery said that when he was a young militant, he used to say all white folks were going to hell. Then he mellowed and just said most of them were. Now, he said, he is back to where he was.