Obama, Ambassador from hell, Reverend Manning, June 11, 2008, Gas, bread and milk, Hitler, Obama not protect Jews, Ahmadinejad

The Reverend James Manning has a new video out, Wednesday, June 11, 2008. This is a must see and must hear video. Reverend speaks the truth about Obama and once again compares Obama to Adolf Hitler. Reverend Manning  also warns the world about the threat to the Jews. Here are the highlights:

Obama is the ambassador from hell.

Obama has aligned himself with Islamic Fascism.

Obama is more popular than Jesus.

Obama’s power base is less than fragile.

Obama’s power base is a coalition of disenfranchised hate filled
negroes and young disenfranchised rebellious perverted whites. Black people hate America.

I grew up in the sixties. I was anti America.

I grew up hating everything.

There is no difference between Hitler’s crowd and Obama’s.

The spirit that Hitler had is now in America.

His remarks about Hitler and his speeches is a must hear.

If Ahmadinejad nuked the Jews, Obama would sit on his hands
and do nothing.

Hear the entire Reverend Manning video here:





9 responses to “Obama, Ambassador from hell, Reverend Manning, June 11, 2008, Gas, bread and milk, Hitler, Obama not protect Jews, Ahmadinejad

  1. goodtimepolitics

    Looks to be that Obama is already distracted from the issues and has something else in mind! 🙂

  2. goodtimepolitics

    Citizen Wells, the American people better wake up before its to late, they are out there seeing halos over Obama head, and this American see no more than a Muslim/black and white man that I call a mix bag of nuts! I don’t feel that Obama is for the white, black or indians! He will throw them all under the bus when he has all the votes from them. The only ones that he will enbrace will be the Muslims!

  3. sisterrosetta

    (June 11, 2008) Latest Larry Sinclair – Jeff Rense Interview 06 10 08

    [audio src="http://rense.gsradio.net:8080/rense/special/rense_L_Sinclair_061008.mp3" /]

  4. sisterrosetta

    Observations from a Ron Paul Supporter

    Thesis: If Obama is backed by the CFR, Intelligence Community what we will observe about the McCain and Obama campaign?

    Leslie Schwartz
    Sun Jun 8, 2008 6:56 pm


    “The six level of Obama’s scandals;”

    “5) Larry Sinclair gay accuser of Obama’s drug use and homosexual sex, Donald Young murdered Trinity Choir director – who was silenced to protect Obama from accusations of homosexuality and drug use”

    I certainly do not share Leslie’s mindset, just found it interesting Larry Sinclair and Donald Young mentioned.

  5. sisterrosetta

    Obama and the giant blogosphere conspiracy — just when is Obama going to come out of the closet?

    Wednesday, 11th June 2008



    “Today’s Guardian reports that Barack Obama is setting up an entire unit to combat ‘virulent rumours’ about him on the internet. Doubtless one of the blogs in the sights of team Obama is Little Green Footballs, which in the last few days has been excavating examples of wildly anti-Jewish and anti-American prejudice and conspiracy theories posted up by fans on Obama’s own website. LGF is making hay with the fact that the Obamanables are belatedly taking (some of) this stuff down from the site while simultaneously insisting that its presence is nothing to do with them because the website has no moderators. Yeah, right.”

    “First is his childhood background. Last November, his campaign website carried a statement with the headline:
    Barack Obama Is Not and Has Never Been a Muslim
    followed by
    Obama never prayed in a mosque. He has never been a Muslim, was not raised a Muslim, and is a committed Christian.
    Obama has also said:
    I’ve always been a Christian
    I’ve never practised Islam.

    But none of this is true. As is explored in detail on Daniel Pipes’s website, Obama was enrolled at his primary schools in Indonesia as a Muslim; he attended the mosque during that period; his friends from that time testify that he was a devout Muslim boy. A former teacher at one of these schools, Tine Hahiyary, remembers a young Obama who was quite religious and actively took part in ‘mengaji’ classes which teach how to read the Koran in Arabic. The blogger from Indonesia who reported this commented:

    ‘Mengagi’ is a word and a term that is accorded the highest value and status in the mindset of fundamentalist societies here in Southeast Asia. To put it quite simply, “mengaji classes” are not something that a non practicing or so-called moderate Muslim family would ever send their child to… The fact that Obama had attended mengaji classes is well known in Indonesia and has left many there wondering just when Obama is going to come out of the closet.”

    “Then there is also Obama’s troubling support for the Kenyan opposition leader — and his cousin — Raila Odinga, the leader of the violent uprising a few months ago against the newly elected Kenyan government and who signed a memorandum of understanding with Kenyan Muslims to turn Kenya into an Islamic state governed by sharia law. At the time, the Evangelical Alliance of Kenya released a statement in which church leaders said Odinga comes across as a presumptive Muslim president bent on forcing Islamic law, religion and culture down the throats of the Kenyan people in total disregard of the Constitutionally guaranteed rights of freedom of worship and equal protection of the law for all Kenyans.

    As the Atlas Shrugs site reported, Obama actually went to Kenya in 2006 and spoke at rallies in support of Odinga, causing the Kenyan government to denounce him as ‘Raila’s stooge’. Why was Obama supporting such a person? Why has no-one bothered to find out??”

    “These multiple known deceptions by someone who may become President of the United States are deeply alarming. The concealment is the issue. To dismiss such concerns and the related questions they provoke as a smear campaign is to attempt to browbeat into silence those who legitimately raise them and require urgent answers as a matter of the most acute public interest.

    Update: In this entry I originally included the following quote from the American Expatriate in Indonesia blog quoted above: ‘Another of Obama’s former classmates, Emirsyah Satar, now CEO of Garuda Indonesia, has been quoted as saying: At that time, he was quite religious in Islam but after marrying Michelle, he changed his religion.’ It has been pointed out to me that comments posted on that blog claimed that this was a mistranslation, and that the quote attributed to Satar was written instead by the author of the article.”

  6. zachjonesishome

    Here it is Official from National Press Club

    Climate / Health Patterns
    History Committee
    Sergey Stanishev
    Larry Sinclair on Obama
    WETA News Academy

  7. sisterrosetta

    Liar, Liar, Pants on Fire!

    Arthur Brown – Fire

  8. goodtimepolitics

    Obama has his hands full right now….man did I say that? I meant with other things such as money and supporters! You can tell its the general election and Obama will have to answer those questions sooner or later! Has anyone heard about this?

  9. diogenes2008

    Sen Obama, About My Vote . . .

    There are an awful lot of people out there counting on you. Particularly those young kids under 12 who’ll be taking their parents to the polls in November and telling them to vote for you, just like you’ve instructed them to do on your website.

    But some of those parents might be stuck trying to explain to their 8 year olds exactly why they have reservations. What’s a parent to do? They’ve been waiting patiently for reporters to ask questions they want answered. Somehow, this hasn’t happened yet.

    That means it’s up to us to help them out right now, Senator. I’m sure you really are the transparent, no politics as usual, change we can believe in candidate. I’ve heard you loud and clear, complaining over and over again of all those rumors about you that aren’t true, and the lies and misrepresentations that have been spread about you. You too have probably been eagerly awaiting press questions where all these doubts can swept away.

    Let’s not wait for the reporters and the news media to clear things up for you. In honor of the children, let’s play 20 questions instead. We’ll start with the topic that’s been of most concern lately. I just know you won’t mind going on the record with clear and specific answers to typical questions parents have:

    1. Is the fact your father was Muslim when he was born, which automatically makes you a Muslim in the eyes of Islam when you were born, a problem for you to talk about?

    Whew! We started with an easy one, ’cause that’s just a yes or no answer.

    2. Let’s keep it easy and simple and continue with the yes or no form for a bit.

    a) Are you aware not all people born in Africa are classified as black because many have Arab heritages instead?
    b) Do you know your father was officially classified as an Arab by the Kenyan government?
    c) Are you aware these facts make you an Arab American and not an African American?
    d) Were you registered over 5 years at two different schools in Indonesia as a Muslim?
    e) In your first book, did you say you took Koran classes 2 to 3 times a week?

    To avoid the risk of yes or no answers presenting you in a false light, let’s have questions where you can answer more fully in your own words:

    7. If none of your above heritage has relevant significance in your life today, why haven’t you cleared the air and just put all this information out there in transparent form? And why have you insisted on incorrectly calling yourself an African American. Aren’t you proud of your real heritage?

    Next is the pesky problem of Rev. Wright, so let’s just get it out of the way now.

    8. Parents want to be able to tell their children which of the two positions you’ve taken is the real one. Select a or b

    a) he was one of your closest mentors, friend, spiritual advisor, similar to a family member, like an uncle, someone you spoke with daily and used as a sounding board — or —

    b) The only relationship you had with him was simply that of a Pastor and a congregant and he turned out not to be the man you knew.

    9. During the 20 years after you joined Rev. Wright’s church in 1988 did you and he ever discuss that he (check all that apply)

    ___ received his Masters Degree on an area of Islam
    ___ made a pilgrimage to Libya in 1994 with Louis Farrakhan and met personally with Khadafi?
    ___ honored Louis Farrakhan with his Lifetime Achievement Award in the end of 2007?
    ___ published articles in church publications by Hamas leaders like Mousa Abu Marzook?

    Here are a few questions parent’s are really have difficulty explaining to their kids:

    10. If you didn’t know about Rev. Wright’s inflammatory statements and beliefs – why didn’t you keep your commitment to have him at your side when you announced your candidacy?
    a) And why didn’t you tell him he wasn’t going to be at your side until you took him to the basement to pray together on that day of your announcement?

    11. Of the most concern to parents is if you knew enough not to have Rev. Wright beside you when you announced your candidacy, why did you think it OK to have your two children listen to him preach?

    12. Why are you unwilling to discuss your maintaining senior staffers who are members of the Nation of Islam?

    Surely your transparency here will show us there’s no reason to be silent

    13. Everyone is intrigued to know how you consistently developed relationships within the Arab community. Did you seek them out? Did they approach you first? Did you ask them to become your fundraisers, or did they offer? If so, what common grounds did you find in your initial introduction and relationships with people like Syrian business associate Tony Rezko, or pro Palestinian activists, Rashid Khalidi and Ali Abunnimah.

    14. Are you and the new Prime Minister of Kenya, Raila Odinga, really cousins as he says?

    15. When you went to Africa and campaigned with him in 2006 did you discuss his having signed an agreement to do away with the democratic constitutional government and replace it with Islamic Sharia law if elected President?

    16. Parents have noted your coverage in the African press. How much contact do you intend to maintain with the Muslim half of your family including your 5 half-brothers and 1 half sister while in the White House? Will you be visiting with any regularity?

    17. What is it about you, in your own opinion, that made Arab organizations, like Hamas and Al-Qaeda, comfortable enough to initially endorse you?

    18. Do you stand by your earlier commitment to organize a summit of leaders of Islamic countries as one of your first goals if elected President?

    19. Will you tell those parents who believe you’re like a “Manchurian Candidate” (i.e. an unwitting plant) for the Islamic radicals that you will

    a) never put radical Islamists’ interests before American interests
    b) assure the American public the distance you continue to put between you and your close relationships / commitments to radical Arab friends, associations and organizations aren’t a form of Al Taquia (lying to the infidels to promote Islam)
    c) publicly declare your apostasy (renunciation of your religious birthright as a Muslim)
    d) reject your statement from your book The Audacity of Hope: “I will stand with the Muslims should the political winds shift in an ugly direction.”

    Before anyone gets tarnished with discriminatory labels, parents aren’t objecting to the Muslim religion or its average followers. It’s your ties to two different religions, one with radical elements which are of concern, not the religion itself.

    20. Now you and I both know the answers to questions parents ask often don’t tell the whole story. So anything you haven’t said that you want to say, please say it here.

    We can’t give parents your final answer if you haven’t answered all of the above questions, so be sure you don’t miss any. We congratulate and thank you for your willingness to change politics as usual into a candidacy of transparency.

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