Obama supporters, such and Louis Farrakhan and Oprah Winfrey, were among the first to publicly insinuate that Obama is a black messiah, who in both of their racist, black nationalist belief systems will bring about the destruction of America. Obama himself uses the euphemism “fundamental transformation of America” in place of “destruction of America,” but the meaning is the same.
Oprah is perhaps more perverse than many people think. The initials of her new network “OWN” backwards are “NWO” (New World Order). As if to dispel any doubt about the intentionality of that meaning, her studio, “Harpo”, also has meaning spelled backwards, “Oprah”. Oprah appears to be pathologically obsessed with her own cult of personality and personal power.
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Oprah Winfrey has been getting fantastically wealthy for years, subverting traditional American values. She was instrumental in making the anti-American, Barack Obama, the front-runner in the Democratic primaries and having him elected president. Conservatives have enormous economic influence and should start using it. Millions of conservatives have already been informally boycotting Oprah and it has had a huge impact on her ratings. The Tea Party and other conservative groups should make this a formal boycott to increase the visibility and the financial pain. Let them know that we will fight back!
In the clip below Oprah calls Obama, “The One,” a term used the the Bible, as well as black nationalist literature for “The Christ” and declares that Obama is our “destiny”. In the black nationalist cult religious movement, Jesus is just a historical template and anyone can spiritually evolve and exalt himself to the role of a “Christ.”
Oprah was a member of Jeremiah Wright’s racist cult for years, which has an official doctrine, based on Black Liberation Theology, that the divine destiny of the black race is to produce a “messiah,” who will lead the destruction of America as we have known it. She only left that church, because many of the the members thought that she “owned” it and they did not need to donate, because Oprah is rich enough to pay for everything.
Jeremiah Wright recounts in his own book (A Sankofa Moment) that in the early days of his radical sect, even a leading minister, Dr. Cary, of the United Church of Christ accused Wright of forming a cult. Of course, Wright played the race card, got in his face and threatened to “whip the butt” of the UCC Association Minister in his own office. He intimidated minister Carey into formally apologizing to his black nationalist sect by the use of the politics of collective guilt, intimidation, as well as threats of physical violence. The minister was right, Trinity was becoming a kind of cult of hate.
Eckhart Tolle, Oprah’s spiritual guru, whose real first name is “Ulrich” changed his first name in honor of a heretical priest of the 13th century, Meister Eckhart. Eckhart Tolle’s Mystical New Age-ism is very similar to the mystical teaching of Meister Eckhart of the Middle Ages. Meister Eckhart is mentioned in Jeremiah Wright’s book on the history of Trinity United Church of Christ, “A Sankofa Moment,” as a representative philosopher of the white man, but Jeremiah Wright adapted many of the very same ideas to his own racist and bigoted black nationalist sect.
The infamous Nazi mystic, Alfred Rosenberg, was also inspired by Meister Eckhart and lauded Eckhart’s mysticism in his notorious racist book, The Myth of the Twentieth Century (Der Mythus des 20. Jahrhunderts). Rosenberg called him the first Nazi mystic, presumably because he taught an occult belief that man can self-exalt himself into a god-like higher being.
The racist doctrine of Black Liberation Theology of Oprah and Obama’s church is, in its concept very similar to that of Nazism. The racial concept is just reversed. Rosenberg also heralded a white nationalist messiah in this book,– like Oprah heralded her own black nationalist messiah — who would turn out to be his associate, der Führer, Adolf Hitler. Oprah’s black nationalist messiah was, of course, our own great leader, Barack Obama.
Black Liberation Theology also has a concept of a messiah, who will be an ordinary man and transform the world by the destruction of America’s democratic institutions and white society. At the link below are many quotations from James H. Cones’ foundation books on Black Liberation Theology, which demonstrates the racist and subversive character of this hateful black-nationalist doctrine that both Oprah and Obama have followed and truth be known still follow to this day.
Whether it appears similar to Americans in practice, or not, the racism of Oprah and Obama’s religious doctrine of Black Liberation Theology is in it’s racist theological basis very similar to Nazism. America of the 2010’s is not the German Weimar Republic of the 1920’s. So, the way that Oprah and Obama go about subverting our system is necessarily different from that experienced by Germany in the 1920’s. The ideas of racist Black Theology are similar, not the implementation, but it is the ideas that count.
Those, who say that you should never compare to Nazism are wrong. The purpose of remembering is to prevent future such situations. F.A. Hayek the author of “The Road to Serfdom” said that the crimes of the Nazis are so enormous that it prevents us from recognizing similar trends in out own society. Black nationalists like, Oprah, Obama and Jeremiah Wright have borrowed many supremacist ideas from the Nazis, updated them for use against America of the 21st century and the destruction of America as we have known it. In this upcoming election campaign, turn off the Oprah Winfrey Network (OWN) and refrain from buying any product advertised on OWN or with Oprah Winfrey’s name on it. Do the same for any other entertainers that support Obama and his racist and un-American, Black-Nationalist agenda.