Saturday, March 26, 2011

Farrakhan: Obama 'the First Jewish President'

Well, I guess this means Bill Clinton remains the one and only black President.
Farrakhan criticized President Barack Obama for joining up with the “old colonial masters” of the Western-led forces and expressed skepticism about European countries espousing humanitarian concerns, saying they “give noble motives to their wickedness.”

“Do you think they had humanitarian concerns when the British mowed down the Indians in India who were peacefully protesting?” he said. “Where in the hell is humanitarian values in America when you’ve got over 50 million Americans living in poverty, sick and diseased, with no healthcare?”

He also alleged that Obama had backed down from pushing a Palestinian-Israeli peace accord and banning settlement-building in the West Bank, calling him “the first Jewish president.” Obama is a Christian.

“He was selected before he was elected,” Farrakhan said. “And the people that selected him were rich, powerful members of the Jewish community.”
Funny, but I had no idea 52% of the public were rich, powerful Jews.

This isn't the first time someone uttered such silliness.


srdem65 said...

MrFarkan( whatever) has me confused; were the English colonists Jewish?
Not too long ago, charges were made that 911 was a Jewish plot but all of the bombers were Muslim.  If they were Jews in disguise, it was a really good one.
Now, MrO, a Black man and professed Christian is really a Jew.
I need to put more Jack in my tea.

rich b said...

Sunni, Shia, Hanafe, what's the one thing these different sects of Islam have in common? Hate. The capacity for human beings to hate never fails to amaze me. Especially when it comes to religion. Hell, the westboro baptist church has more in common with Islam than it does with Christianity.

FrankG said...

Schlomobama. Whoda thunk it?

M said...

I would like to add one clarification: Obama <span>claims</span> to be a Christian.

Mats said...

Goodness, I hate it when people say that Obama is a Christian.


Guest said...

Gaddafi is a big contributor to Farrakhan, hence the comments.