Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Obama Will Leave Israel In The Wind Touts The Right Reverend Jesse "HymieTown" Jackson - Remembering Billy Graham "Stranglehold" -Warren In The Wings

Jackson: Obama Will Lessen Zionist Clout

Barack Obama's entry into the White House will diminish the power of "Zionists who have controlled American policy for decades," Rev. Jesse Jackson told Iranian-born journalist Amir Taheri on the sidelines of the first World Policy Forum held in Evian, France last week.

Jesse Jackson.

Jesse Jackson.
Photo: AP [file]

Jackson said he was not tied to Obama in any official capacity and was speaking "just [as] a supporter."

In the New York Post interview, the reverend said Obama's election will "be a huge step in the direction we have wanted America to take for decades" regarding black grievances linked to memories of slavery. He said Obama's "thirst for justice" stems not from the influence of Marxist ideas but was "rooted in his black culture." The fact that Obama, of Kenyan extraction, was not the direct descendant of slaves had no consequence, Jackson said.

While Jackson emphasized that he had no connection to the policies Obama might adopt if elected, he did present some controversial judgments of the Bush administration's policies, calling the toppling of Saddam Hussein in Iraq "an illegal and unjust act." He also said the US would probably be bogged down in Iraq for a long time to come.

Regarding the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Jackson said "Bush was so afraid of a snafu and of upsetting Israel that he gave the whole thing a miss, Barack will change that," Jackson said, because, as long as the Palestinians haven't seen justice, the Middle East will "remain a source of danger to us all."

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What Would

"Americas Future Presidential Pastor

Rick Warren"

Say About Jesse's Comments or Even The Right Reverend Billy Graham's 72' Anti-Semitic Jewish "Stranglehold" Comments With Nixon?

I Guess Rick Would Say,

"Everything Is NOT What It Seems" ;) - Johnny

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

"Everything Is NOT What It Seems" ;) - Johnny

you crack me up