Sunday, January 27, 2008

Jewish lobby getting annoyed with Barak Hussain Obama's Christism

Being born to a Mohammedan father and having grown up with a Mohammedan step-father makes him a Mohammedan till eternity per Sharia law. Americans are understandably uncomfortable about the Islamic antecedents of the man who wants to be President. Therefore, he's trying to con them by conspicuously advertising his adherence to christism. ROTFL. And now, the influential Jewish lobby is getting increasingly impatient and annoyed with his pandering to christist obscurantism because they do not want to be subjugated by christist aggression.

Christist collaboration with and indeed the Vatican's inspiration of their persecutors over the millennia, including the Nazis and Mussolini's fascists must be quite fresh in their memory. Despite a common lineage of Semitic prophets, Judaism has reformed over the centuries and is not a hateful imperialistic binary cult like christism. They have serious questions about fundamental dogmas such as Yesu's alleged existence and Mary's alleged virginity for instance and do not seek converts.

Does this mean the beginning of Obama's end? It should be. In a logical world, advertising one's affiliation to a cannibalistic ("flesh of Yesu") vampire cult ("blood of Yesu") like christism that celebrates morbid things like Crucifixion (even mythical) should be a liability.

1 comments:

Sameer said...

'Persecution' cries Indian media...
(From deccan chronicle)

The son of Mahatma Gandhi, 75year-old Arun Gandhi, has been "persecuted and hounded out" of the M.K. Gandhi Institute, founded by him in the US, following his remarks on an online newspaper board where he said, "We have created a culture of violence (Israel and the Jews are the biggest players) and that Culture of Violence (sic) is eventually going to destroy humanity."
Mr Gandhi, who lost his wife last year, became the target of the influential Jew ish lobby in the US and, according to his son Tushar Gandhi, was "persecuted" for his point of view. Mr Arun Gandhi became the victim of hate propaganda and, despite apologising and deeply regretting the "consequences" of his remarks, was left with no choice but to submit his resignation, which has been accepted now by the board of the institute located at the University of Rochester.

Mr Arun Gandhi had taken a peace mission earlier to Palestine and had met Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat just 10 days before his death. He had met Israeli leaders as well, and later sat in silent protest against the construction of what he described as the "apartheid wall" by Israel to block the Palestinians in segregated quarters.

Mr Arun Gandhi said he had come in the line of fire since then with a particularly virulent arm of the Jewish lobby in the US launching a concerted campaign against him.

"I forget their name, but I call them Zionist Nazis," Mr Arun Gandhi, the grandson of Mahatma Gandhi, said.

Mr Arun Gandhi had posted a message on an online forum where he said that while the Holocaust was the result of a warped mind and the world felt sorry for the episode, "when an individual or a nation refuses to forgive and move on, the regret turns into anger". He said that"any nation that remains anchored to the past is unable to move ahead, and especially a nation that believes its survival can only be ensured by weapons and bombs".

He said that in Tel Aviv he had met members of Parliament and peace activists who all said that the wall and the military buildup was necessary for protection.