Alabama pastor defends political sign.

Posted by  $  Dobrien 2 weeks, 5 days ago to Politics
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A wolf in sheep’s clothes. This satanist has infiltrated the pulpit. All souls are colorless.
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  • Posted by freedomforall 2 weeks, 5 days ago
    Another black racist wants his 15 minutes of fame like Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton, and Andrew Young. Power mad fools leading sheep to dinner with wolves.
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    • Posted by  $  2 weeks, 4 days ago
      Very sad that blacks who were oppressed here and South Africa with an institutionalized discrimination many decades ago have become consumed by a phony non-existent racism today and have become what they protest against.
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  • Posted by Joseph23006 2 weeks, 4 days ago
    At the end of the broadcast the commentator said that certain persons were doing what they could about the sign. I say leave it up so the bigotry and hatred is there for all to see.
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  • Posted by DrZarkov99 2 weeks, 4 days ago
    I've seen this sign, and also the one that says "A black vote for Trump is mental illness." It reminded me of a Malcom X quote, "Blacks voting Democrat are mentally ill." He saw through the Democrat racism of the big state plantation and promoted independent thinking far better than the "race baiting poverty pimps" like Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton.
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  • Posted by Peggy 2 weeks, 4 days ago
    A Wolf in Sheep's Clothing is the name of a documentary the Catholic Church did. VERY interesting. They show it on EWTN if you get that, otherwise, you can call or email ewtn and buy it. Fifteen dollars. All about Alinsky and the Catholic bishop of Chicago starting the infiltration back in the 1930s.
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  • Posted by  $  blarman 2 weeks, 4 days ago
    I fully support the rights of the religious to get involved in political speech. I think it is an infringement on the First Amendment that such speech can be shuttered due to income tax laws.

    That being said, I also support the right of individual leaders to make complete idiots of themselves as this pastor is doing. If you want to promote a message of black supremacy and racism and can get others to buy into it, that's on you. You might want to see how well that has worked out in South Africa, however, when all the white farm owners were kicked off their land because they were white. People starved.
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    • Posted by  $  exceller 2 weeks, 4 days ago
      " fully support the rights of the religious to get involved in political speech. I think it is an infringement on the First Amendment that such speech can be shuttered due to income tax laws."

      I disagree with you.

      Leaders of religious groups are not there to be politicians, although they are, in reality.

      Think of the Pope who supported the Nazis during WW2, and you can hardly be more political than that. Pope Francis of present is trying hard to compete with him, with the small distinction that he is backing the communist doctrine.

      Then there are the black religious "leaders" like Sharpton and Jackson, who made a fortune of selling race to sustain their existence and keep up the pressure on whites to feel "guilty".

      During one of my travels to Europe and visiting a Catholic church with my cousin (she was the religious one not I) we listened to the priest pontificating about politicians and their sins. I remember how aghast my cousin was: she did not go there to listen to political matters.

      Religious leaders engaging in politics has the same implications as if a corporate CEO would be spreading the gospel to his employees. It is not their job.
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      • Posted by  $  blarman 2 weeks, 4 days ago
        What are politics if not policies for how one should live and what values one should embrace? It is entirely the role of the preacher to put forth their opinions on such! That doesn't mean one has to listen to them, however. But what is a political party if not a religion of sorts?

        Up until the Sixteenth Amendment began punishing religious people through the notion of "tax-exempt status", the most common place to see politicians was in religious meeting houses. Town halls in the 1800's were frequently held in local churches or large open areas because they were the only buildings large enough to accommodate crowds - no one built actual town halls as anything larger than a couple of offices for the postmaster and mayor.
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  • Posted by  $  Stormi 2 weeks, 4 days ago
    This preacher is not about God nor love of mankind. He sounds like Rev. Wright, full of hate.Since when telling your followers how to vote and calling them racist, when they stand for good, the Bible, and self responsibility, as Jesus demonstrated. One had to be tipped off by he name "New ...." of teh church, radicals incharge. With that anger, makes one wonder how many ladies he has abused in the name of God?
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