24 Feb

The Unholy Trinity: Obama, Wright-Farrakhan, Gadhafi

                                       

Have you wondered why Obama hasn’t asked Gadhafi to step down after he has killed hundreds if not thousands of his own people; especially, after he told Mubarak he had to step down because of demonstrations. Surprise, Obama has had very close ties with the man who ordered and financed the Lockerbie bombing. Gadahfi is a madman, a homicidal psychopathic maniac; yet our president wants to give him the benefit of the doubt.

Gadahfi speaks well of Obama, last September at the United Nations, he referred to Obama as “My son” or “Our son” on several occasions.

“Can you guarantee after Obama how America will be governed? We are content and happy if Obama can stay forever as president of America.” Gadhafi also reportedly referred to the U.S. president as a “black African Kenyan.”

Gadahfi refers to Obama as a Muslim of

Kenyan origins who has studied in Islamic schools and whose campaign may have been financed by people in the Islamic and African worlds.

Obama’s love for Gadahfi is not wasted, Gadahfi expresses his love for Obama:

Speaking in the Libyan city of Sirt at an event marking the 24th anniversary of an American attack on Libya, he said, “Now, ruling America is a black man from our continent, an African from Arab descent, from Muslim descent, and this is something we never imagined – that from Reagan we would get to Barakeh Obama.”

Gaddafi stressed that Obama’s presidency is “a major historical gain” and said, “He is someone I consider a friend. He knows he is a son of Africa. Regardless of his African belonging, he is of Arab Sudanese descent, or of Muslim descent. He is a man whose policy should be supported, and he should be assisted in implementing it in any way possible, since he is now leaning towards peace.”

He continued, “I urge all peoples to give him this chance and to support this policy, because America is a country that, when its policy is bad – harms the world, and when it is good – it helps the world.”

On Nukes Gadahfi again shows reasoning similar to that of Obama:

Libyan leader says Arab nations and ‘even the Palestinians’ should be allowed nuclear weapons as long as Israel’s nuclear ambitions are tolerated.

Even though Gadahfi is a psychopath, he has a fondness for Obama and Obama, despite his claims, seems to have love for the maniac. Perhaps this love explains, at least partially why the president lied once again when claimed he was “shocked shocked” and knew nothing beforehand of the release of the Lockerbie bomber, Abdel Baset al-Megrahi, a Libyan national hero, by Scotland.

Abdel al-Megrahi was convicted of setting the bomb in Pan Am Flight 103, scheduled from London to New York, on December 21, 1988. The blast killed 243 people on the plane, including 190 Americans, when the debris rained down on the town the total was 270 people killed. The killer was sentenced to life in prison, but inexplicably, he was released on humanitarian grounds because he was suffering from prostate cancer and was only expected to live for three months. Now after 11 months, he is not only still kicking, but he is expected to live ten more years.

Americans were shocked and outraged, except for Obama; he helped broker a deal for BP and Libya that included al-Megrahi as an enticement. It is amazing how our president can betray the American people to be a hero in the Muslim world and to be involved in the exchange of billions of dollars and solidifying his financial future for the rest of his life, over the mangled bodies of 190 Americans. After al -Megrahi landed in Libya, Obama gave $400,000 US tax dollars to a Libyan charity directed by two children of Gadhafi, who each received $200,000. The son Saif was the chief broker for the deal between BP and Libya.

At home, the reverend Jeremiah Wright, Obama’s spiritual advisor for over 20 years has had a very close and personal relationship with Gadhafi, who has supported Wright financially as well as another friend and confidant of the president the leader of the Nation of Islam, Louis Farrakhan. This sheds light on why Obama hasn’t called for a halt to the slaughter of protesters by Gadhafi and has neglected to ask him to step down. America figured it was just part of the president’s personality to dither over important decisions while people die, but the facts far more insidious and sinister.

The chairmen of the House and Senate foreign relations committees have called on Obama to re-impose economic sanctions on Libya, a symbolic and impotent gesture that would at least express America’s displeasure with the Lockerbie mastermind for his callous genocide of his own people in Libya, the same ones that were lifted in 2004.

However there is a slight conflict of interest, Jeremiah Wright, former pastor of Obama’s longtime Chicago church, went with Farrakhan to visit Gadhafi in 1984. During the 2008 campaign Wright was worried that his trip to visit Gadhafi might cause problems for Obama’s image.

“When [Obama's] enemies find out that in 1984 I went to Tripoli to visit [Gadhafi] with Farrakhan, a lot of his Jewish support will dry up quicker than a snowball in hell.”

Farrakhan a neighbor and close friend of Wright and the president, has been bankrolled by Gadhafi, in 1985 he receive a $5 million interest free loan from Gadahfi.

In that same year, Gadahfi spoke to Farrakhan’s Savior’s Day Convention in Chicago and reportedly informed Farrakhan’s followers he was prepared to arm a Black Army in the US to destroy “White America”.

In October 1995, after Farrakhan’s Million Man March, Gadhafi reportedly called Farrakhan with congratulations. He is said said to have assured Farrakhan that together “we will unite our capabilities and efforts to achieve this.”

In 1996, Libya’s news agency, JANA, reported that Farrakhan and Gadhafi had agreed to partner together in order “oppressed blacks, Arabs, Muslims and Red Indians” and reshape U.S. foreign policy.

Gadhafi has said that before his partnership with the Nation of Islam,

“our confrontation with America was like a fight against a fortress from outside.”

Farrakhan has traveled to Libya on numerous occasions; he was awarded the Gadhafi Human Rights Award, in 1996, which included a $250,000 prize. Farrakhan accepted the prize while sanctions with Libya were in place.

Wright and Obama reportedly were in attendance for the Million Man March on Washington, that was led by Farrakhan and other Black leaders like Al Sharpton.

The Rev. Willie Barrow, of Obama campaign’s official Faith Outreach Team as well as an Obama superdelegate, is a close friend of Farrakhan’s and a staunch supporter the Nation of Islam.

Farrakhan has stated that in a 2002 interview, he and Barrow met to devise Nation of Islam platforms.

An adviser to Farrakhan, Marxist activist Cornel West, was an adviser to the presidential campaign of 2008 for Obama, he is a close friend and confidante to Obama.

While attending, Wright’s Trinity United Church, a church of Black Liberation Theology ideology, the Chicago church was in open alliance with Farrakhan and the Nation of Islam.

Wright awarded Farrakhan the 2007 Empowerment Award, a dubious award of Wright’s and Farrakhan lectured at the church on several occasions.

Wright has participated in several Farrakhan initiatives and has called him

“one of the most important voices in the 20th and 21st century”

at a national address for media in April, he invited Nation of Islam officials as guests.

Obama has graced the cover of Trumpet magazine, a magazine that was founded by Wright and Obama granted the magazine an exclusive interview, a magazine that regularly features Farrakhan. In 2006, Obama’s and Farrakhan’s face shared the same cover of Trumpet.

In 2008, during the presidential campaign, a 2004 photo came to light with Obama’s wife, Farrakhan and Obama adviser Barrow at a woman’s luncheon for the Rainbow/Push Coalition a group that has Barrow as a chairman emeritus. The picture includes Khadijah Farrakhan, the wife of Louis Farrakhan.

David Axelrod, Obama’s chief political strategist, a Jew, is on the finance committee of St. Sabina, the Chicago parish led by controversial pastor Michael Pfleger, an outspoken supporter of Farrakhan who has hosted the Nation of Islam leader at his parish on numerous occasions.

In 2008, the Archdiocese of Chicago, relieved Pfleger of his duties at St. Sabina after a sermon at Trinity church in which Pfleger said Hillary Clinton cried in public because she was white and that entitled her to hold the Democratic presidential nomination.

One of Farrakhan’s appearances at Pfleger church in May of 2007, was his first appearance since announcing in 2006 that he was gravely ill with prostate cancer. There were reports that Pfleger spent many hours with Farrakhan during his illness.

America has been fed a bill of goods and now we are being sold out lock, stock, and barrel by Chicago thugs and foreign dictators.

About Skook

A professional horseman for over 40 years, Skook continues to work with horses. He is in an ongoing educational program, learning life's lessons from one of the world's greatest instructors, the horse. Skook has a personal website skooksjournal.com featuring his personal writings and historical novel type stories.
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109 Responses to The Unholy Trinity: Obama, Wright-Farrakhan, Gadhafi

  1. blast says: 101

    @ Randy

    It is easy to make the right decision on Monday morning. What about if you were there sitting on an isolated dock with no food or water for days? Given the situation m it would have only taken one person with a machine gun to make this a disaster.

    You are right Monday morning quarterbacking is easy to do. Your hypothetical for instance… lets say we did decide to proceed with the suggestion OldTrooper2 had made and we parachuted in etc. The same issues could have manifested themselves. Security at the port could have opened up on the boat. Our service members killed or captured.

    There might have been a time for that type of operation, however it did not appear that dire to risk that form of escalation. And now it is Tuesday, and we know it was a success. So I guess you are arguing with a could-a when history shows us the right move paid off.

    Blast, have you been in Iraq and worked with the people there? Have you ever been in any country where you worked with the people to help them rebuild their country? Thought not! Have you any idea how long it takes a country to set up a democratic government? Do you know what a democratic government is?

    Yes, Yes, No, Yes.

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  2. blast says: 102

    @anticsrocks

    First of all, you neglected to answer my questions. Secondly, you do yourself a disservice by making it known you are former military. The way you act and talk, you bring nothing but shame upon your own service.

    Actually, I could care less about what you think, you do not know me or my service. I stand by my argument and if you can find anything I have said in this thread as factually untrue let me know. As it relates to OT, you can reread my exchange with mata.

    Are you saying that Gaddafi WASN’T 12 hours away from losing power at that time?
    If so, how do you know that for fact? I would venture to say that there have been several times since this started that he might be only hanging on to his power by the skin of his teeth.

    You are making an assumption that Qaddafi has been hanging onto power by the skin of his teeth… what evidence do you have to substantiate that… and remember you have to defend your position based upon what was going on nearly 2 weeks ago.

    To answer your question, I did not feel he would fall like Hosni Mubarak because we had no real connection to Libya’s military like we did with Egyptian military leaders. Egypt has more of a civil society, bureaucracy and a professional military with close ties to our military leaders. Libya has been out in the cold for many years and only recently has the door been open to them. Qaddafi has a history of using terror and poor judgment. I knew he would have no where to go, and would fight to hold power regardless the cost. What do you think a mad dog would do… leave power voluntarily?

    You linear thinking will undo you every time.

    Well, I could have been proven wrong, but I wasn’t. If you look back I did respond in 24 hours after the claim to point out it was off. Since time is linear (unless you have some other measurement) we are 12 days since Gaddafi was predicted to be gone in 12 hours.

    And btw… if you were conducting an exchange with someone and they made a statement (in a diminishing way towards you) that xyz would happen in 12 hours and it didn’t, well, you would have every right to point out the fallacy in the argument.

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  6. Dink Newcomb says: 103

    @Nan G #33:

    I wasn’t alive when the assassination of Archduke Ferdinand sparked WWI. But I’m just betting no one saw it as the beginning of a world-wide firestorm until long afterward. It makes me wonder: what will be designated as the spark that started WWIII?

    Actually Nan, it was, at least, seen as the spark that might set fire to Europe. There were a whole bunch of interlocking treaties that REQUIRED various countries to respond in protection of various other countries. None of the leaders of the major player countries wanted the war for this reason and diplomatic efforts were underway to prevent it. Despite that, a bunch of weak monarchs (sound familiar) were sidestepped, manipulated, lied to and outright coerced into this huge global man killer. The monarchs could easily be blamed later since very few survived the war (or the short-term aftermath) in anything but a ceremonial capacity.
    Some curious trivia you might not know:
    =The Duke was warned by numerous knowledgable people NOT to go to Sarajevo during Serbian National Day but chose to go anyway and in a what was he thinking moment, also published his route through the city
    =On the way to town hall to meet with the mayor, his small convoy (in open cars) was attacked by “black hand” nationalists (muslim serbs) recruited by Serbian army officers. There were some casualities but the Duke was unhurt.
    =On the return from town hall, the duke’s general in the bodyguard demanded a return via an alternative route but neglected to tell the driver.
    =Gavrilo Princip, one of the assassins had been further along the route when the original attack happened and was unable to get involved. Dispirited to have missed his chance at glory, Princip wandered homeward and stopped for a sandwich and a beer.
    =As the motorcade returned, the driver, sticking to the original plan, turn into a smaller street. Three stooges moment– As commotion in response to the wrong turn ensued, the driver stopped the car to back up a few yards away from the tavern Princip was just stepping out of. Princip was young but not stupid and brandishing his .380 cal Browning model 1910, he stepped to the car and started blasting away.
    =Princip was too young to execute so he languished in jail for several years only to die in prison (on the site of the later Nazi death camp Thereisenstadt) from TB and complications ensuing from wounds due to his apprehension.

    To establish that this is really not off topic, I would like to make these points:
    =The war was ignited by the actions of a bunch of Muslim (first) Nationalists (second)
    =The act of assassination itself was so ridiculous that you would not believe it if you saw it as a movie plot. This sort of thing crops up again and again throughout history. So often, the Greeks attributed these things to hubris- arrogant, faithless man daring the gods to strike him down. This scares me as much as the rest.
    =The war was fanned to flame by another bunch of people who sought glory/revenge/anarchy despite the actions of those in (presumptive) control. If there had been just a few STRONG monarchs in the mix, the world might have been spared this agony. At the moment, we have a sackless POTUS who seems oblivious to the ramifications of military action so long as it is done in a warm and fuzzy way.
    Humans learned nothing from the loss of a generation of men and less than twenty years later, all the european participants were back at it in what many say was just a continuation.

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  7. Dink Newcomb says: 104

    Responding to Skookum, original post

    Dern if you can read this post and Not suffer sphincter clenching you should cut back on the Prozac

    Poor Hilary! I wonder who she is crying for now that the darkies have taken over the plantation and she is O’Bs sit and fetch lap dog

    a sermon at Trinity church in which Pfleger said Hillary Clinton cried in public because she was white and that entitled her to hold the Democratic presidential nomination.

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  8. @blastie: Apologies to Curt for this necroposting, but have been having computer issues and didn’t get some emails on a timely basis, the update on this thread being one of them.

    When I said linear thinking blastie, I was referring to your singular thought that Gaddafi was weilding great power. He, at times was fighting opposition from within his government so it is easy to understand that for a while it was probably “iffy” as to whether he would stay or go.

    As for my statement about your political ideology in context with your service to our country, well I shall let what I said stand.

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