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.”, quoted from “Black Theology and Black Power” by James H. Cone (1969), page 135.
Black Liberation Theology teaches the genocidal Black Nationalist cult concept that white society, America and the traditional Christian church are all part of the Antichrist system and the black man is the “manifestation of God on earth.” The uniqueness of the divinity of Jesus is denied. Jesus is a prototype that any man can potentially achieve. A revolutionary black messiah or messiahs will led the destruction of the Antichrist and his tool, the American constitutional republican system, in their scenario of the imminent end times and create a Utopia on earth, the biblical millennial kingdom on earth, which will be a physical kingdom, not a spiritual kingdom. This could be seen as the same, then, as the Muslim Caliphate, the earthly kingdom that the Muslim Brotherhood and Al Qaeda seek to establish.
The racial concept of Black Liberation Theology has parallels to Nazism (in reverse). Since cultural Marxism has expanded the concept of Marxism to include reverse racial identity doctrines, at the same time it can be considered cultural Marxist, though it may seem contradictory.
Obama writes in his book, “Dreams from my Father”, that Wright dabbled in Black Nationalism and Islam in the 1960’s. Black Liberation Theology was inspired by the cult doctrine of the Nation of Islam. Obama was a Muslim as a child in Indonesia and has embraced his ethnic Muslim family in Kenya. Though he has not been practicing Islam for about 40 years, he can be considered an ethnic or cultural Muslim and is obviously identifies rather intensely with Islamist culture. Wright studied a black Muslim Brotherhood for seven years in divinity school and has incorporated some of the mysticism into the black liberation doctrine that he preached at Trinity United Church of Christ.
This can explain Obama’s obvious partiality to Islamic culture and the Muslim Brotherhood, that the God of Islam is the true God and the God of traditional Christian Americans is the Antichrist. This is a cult belief system and it is truly amazing that we can have a president in the White House, who is a adherent of such a seditious, racist, cult doctrine, without any real meaningful public recognition and discussion of it by the media — even the conservative media — or by Christian, so-called religious leaders.
Obama never distanced himself from Black Liberation Theology. The doctrine was never explained to the public in detail by the media and Obama certainly did not admit what it is. Obama just used Jeremiah Wright as a scapegoat and distanced himself from Wright, without denying the racist doctrine of the Black Liberation Theology that he taught Obama as Obama’s self-described “spiritual guide.”
The concepts of Black Liberation Theology have existed in America and the black Carribean since well before the Civil War. James H. Cone formalized this black identity cult religious doctrine in the late 1960’s in what would seem to be an effort to better spread the basic concepts of the Nation of Islam among black churches.Wright also states in in his book on the history of Trinity United, “A Sankofa Moment”, that he studied a mystical African Islamist order, based on Sufism, called the Tijaniyya, and wrote a a master’s thesis on it at the University of Chicago School of Divinity. Such Muslim Brotherhoods are the forerunners of today’s umbrella Islamist order, the Muslim Brotherhood, which has spawned so much terrorism and was allied with the Nazis in WWII.
The English words “assassin” and “hashish” stem from the name of another such mystical order, active during the crusades, the Hashashiyya order. The Muslim Brotherhoods are the equivalent of the secret societies of the west and Black Nationalism, in general, has always been much influenced by the mysticism of such secret societies, such as Freemasonry. Black Liberation Theology is a form of Black Nationalism. Black Nationalism is a movement of several secret societies or secret orders, which generally have a goal of destruction of the current system and transformation of the world into Utopia.
The point is that there is a lot of commonality in cult religious concepts between these Black Nationalist sects, such as Trinity United Church of Christ, and the Islamist mystical secret orders, the Muslim Brotherhoods, that has spawned much of the terrorism in the Middle East.
This can also help explain the obvious sympathetic relationship that Jeremiah Wright and Barack Obama feel to similar Islamist orders and also explain their antagonism to traditional Christianity. It’s not that they are crypto-Muslims, but that they feel they worship the same God as the Muslims in opposition to the traditional church, which they believe teach worship of Satan and the Antichrist.