Baltimore Sun writer, Marta H. Mossburg says Jeremiah Wright brought his “anti-American crusade” to Baltimore’s Empowerment Temple, and the crowds were huge – really huge. His message “resonated” because economically, things aren’t so good in the Time of Obama, in Baltimore these days. According to Mossburg, Wright hates Israel, wants African history taught, rather than the American Revolution. He wants Black children to attend African history classes after school. I have to ask, what’s stopping them? Can he get the backing of Black parents?
“Barack Obama was selected before he was elected,” said Mr. Wright, dressed in black pants and a short-sleeved, African-style printed tunic. “Wall Street selected him. GM, Ford and Chrysler selected him. When you are selected by them, you are beholden to them.”
Referencing the Book of Exodus, he warned churchgoers to “Please remember that Pharaoh was black, so not all of your oppressors are white.” A chorus of “amen” and a phalanx of arms rose simultaneously into the air in agreement with Mr. Wright.
And he said faith was not a path to riches, repeatedly poking the expensively dressed Empowerment Temple Pastor Jamal Bryant for driving a Range Rover. “Every word that is in the Bible was written under six different types of [government] oppression,” he said.
Mossburg quotes Wright saying Israel “is an illegal, genocidal place.” Obama’s former pastor, preaching Israel-hate the whole time the Obama family worshipped at Trinity United Church of Christ (TUCC) (if they did), is nothing new.
Wright printed a Hamas manifesto, written by CAIR founder, Mousa Abu Marzook – in his Sunday bulletin, on the Pastor’s Page. He renamed the manifesto from Hamas Stand to “A Fresh View.”
Marzook has several aliases: Marqouq, Marzouq, Marzouk. His terrorism involvement and connections led to his forced eviction from the United States, where he received his education.
Jeremiah Wright is a Black Liberation Theology hate-monger, and he supports terrorism. Don’t you think it ironic: while Wright verbally “poked” Bryant, he didn’t remind the Temple members that he lives in a beautiful and expensive home in a gated community, on a golf course.