Introduction to Occult Black Theology

Obama’s religion under Jeremiah Wright was a hate-America, kill-whitey religious sect and is part of a larger such cult movement that includes the Nation of Islam, the New Black Panthers and other groups. This is why Holder gives favoritism to the New Black Panthers & blacks, in general. It is pathetic that the media has not fully disclosed the doctrine of Obama’s church and how it relates to the larger Black Nationalism mass movement. Here are a few links and clips to help you understand.

Farrakhan says that the white race is a race of devils. This is not just his opinion, but a central tenet of the Theology of the Nation of Islam, which is really a black sect and not orthodox Islam. Their belief is that the black race is God and that individuals can be self-exalted to special roles, such as a messiah. (More than one messiah is possible.) The white race is literally the devil. The black race has a divine mission to destroy the white race in the End Times, led by a black messiah, in order to bring on millennial utopia (the Kingdom on Earth). Armageddon is seen as a global struggle of the non-white peoples against America and the white race. The doctrine of Obama’s Trinity Church in Chicago is Black Liberation Theology, which has the same basic concepts.

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Similar concepts are found in the foundation books on Black Liberation Theology.

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It is a theology which confronts white society as the racist Antichrist, communicating to the oppressor that nothing will be spared in the fight for freedom.- page 135, “A Black Theology of Liberation” by James H. Cone

Whiteness, as revealed in the history of America, is the expression of what is wrong with man. It is a symbol of man’s depravity. – Page 150 ibid.

The coming of Christ means a denial of what we thought we were. It means destroying the white devil in us. – Page 150, ibid.

In black nationalism the black race is divine and individuals have the potential to exalt themselves to be a god, if they discover who they are and act on the “knowledge of self.”

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Black Liberation Theology is largely derived from that of the Nation of Islam and is a branch of the broader Black Nationalist movement, which includes, the New Black Panthers and other such groups that present themselves as Muslim, Jew or Christian, but are really not any of these, but closely-related black nationalist religious sects. Black nationalists believe that they are he original and true Muslims, Jews and Christians all at one time. They have a Nazi-like belief that all culture and learning comes originally from the black race.

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For many more excerpts form Cones foundation books on Black Liberation Theology with page numbers cited, go to the following link.

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Shocking Quotes from Black Liberation Theology

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This is a 24 minute clip about the relationship between the Nation of Islam and the Black Liberation Theology of Obama’s sect under Jeremiah Wright, Jr.

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There are several Black Nationalist sects that have similar beliefs. This is a clip from a documentary, that highlights the Black Hebrew Israelites, a group that presents themselves as black Jews. In the 1960’s Black Nationalists realized that they needed to recruit professional blacks to build their so-called black nation. Black Liberation Theology is a more sophisticated form of Black Nationalism that is designed to appeal to blacks with more education than most of these sects do.

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This documentary from 1959 about the Nation of Islam and other Black Nationalist groups first made Malcolm X famous. The black reporter in this documentary is Louis Lomax, who is the one who first suggested this documentary on Black Nationalism to Mike Wallace. He was a good friend of Malcolm X and was somewhat radical in his own politics. This movie made Malcolm famous, which eventually led to his dispute with the head of the Nation of Islam, Elijah Muhammad, and subsequently Malcolm’s assassination by Black Muslims. Lomax died in a mysterious car accident in 1970, when his brakes failed on a mountain road in New Mexico. In this documentary, note that Muhammad says that Armageddon, seen as a race war, is to start around 1970, the same year that Lomax died.

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3 Responses to Introduction to Occult Black Theology

  1. get YOUR text off my documentary you dumb ass pieces of shit.
    my lawyer will bring a lawsuit if you do not remove your text right now.
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    rs

    • Roger says:

      I believe it meets the “Fair Use” criteria, Richard. A note has been added to the beginning to make clear that the comments in text are not part of the original documentary and were added by the blogger. If you have any other complaints, please let us know.

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