Tuesday, September 01, 2009

Pastor Broden on Glenn Beck; Maafa 21 Film

Pastor Stephen Broden appeared on the Glenn Beck Program yesterday (8/31/09). Even though I never heard of him until his appearance on the show, I must say that I agree with his political position to oppose the Obama agenda.


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One of Pastor Broden's main concerns is Obama's activist pro-abortion stance. This was, in fact, my very first concern about Obama and the first reason why I opposed his candidacy for POTUS. Pastor Broden mentioned a documentary called "Maafa 21." Here is a trailer of the film:

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More to come as I do some research.

Just found this:

Black Genocide.org



The purpose of this web site is to expose the disproportionate amount of Black babies destroyed by the abortion industry. For every two African American women that get pregnant one will choose to abort.

A Black baby is 5 times more likely to be killed in the womb than a White baby.
Statistics from The Alan Guttmaucher Institute.

The most dangerous place for an African American to be is in the womb of their African American mother.

Rev. Clenard H. Childress Jr.

Enter the Site


I cannot understand - for the life of me - why so many Black voters supported Obama!! They must have been fooled - just like all other races - who thought they knew just whom they were voting for. We are now finding out that his campaign was FULL OF LIES AND DECEPTION!

1. He is pro-death to babies in the womb. One of the most radical pro-abortion persons in government - ever!

2. He is only 7% Black! He is 50% White, 33% Arab, and 7% Black African!!

3. He got a 100% rating from that horrible babies-in-the-womb killing machine - NARAL!

4. And now, we are seeing him appoint un-constitutional "Czars," some of which are mainly radical Black activists! They include Socialists, Marxists, Communists, Atheists, Anti-Christian haters, and some (Van Jones) are even former criminals!! Plus, Obama's dealings with White criminals & domestic terrorists (Williams Ayers, Bernadine Dohrn, the other Jones guy) should alarm EVERYONE!


Hat Tip:

Saynsumthn's Blog

Black Genocide.org

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Also see:

Wallbuilders: The White House Attack on Religion Continues:
Repealing Conscience Protection

13 comments:

Christocentric said...

Wow Christine! I really like that Pastor Broden and I'm really glad that Beck had him on his show!

I'm truly disheartened by the number of fellow blacks who jumped on the Obama bandwagon but being black myself, I can understand why.

Blacks want someone to be truly proud of, someone to represent them positively and what better positive image of a black person than President of the United States? Remember, I almost fell for that myself before I was brought to my senses by fellow Christians like yourself and others (including my daughter believe it or not. I taught her well!)and after discovering all of the un-american ways of Obama which turned me completely off to him!

But if black people want someone to represent us as in a positive image, then they should have started with a man like this pastor!

He IS a patriot! He loves America, our freedoms and isn't afraid to say so!

Excellent information and thank you for sharing that!

Christinewjc said...

Thank you SO MUCH for your wonderful comment Carlotta! I truly appreciate your input on this!

I would LOVE to see a true, Black, Conservative Christian man as president here in America! But as you have stated (and your very intuitive daughter already knows!!) - WE THE PEOPLE DO NOT want this un-American man, Obama in such a crucial position of power. There is so much wrong with his ideology and policies - I could write an entire book! Luckily, I don't have to do that. The Obama File has it all. What's more, according to the website it is all information that will be included in:

The United States
Library of Congress
has selected
TheObamaFile.com
for inclusion in its
historic collection
of Internet materials


History will show the incredibly horrible damage this puppet man Obama, his thug cronies and his puppeteers (Soros and others) have done to our beloved nation!

I keep praying every day that he is is (peacefully) removed from office!

Christocentric said...

Christine, if Obama makes a 2nd term I'd be totally surprised! He's losing a lot of support from within his own camp now!

But we'll have to see how much if any, he'll change so that he can win back some potential votes! (sadly, only for the votes!)

Hey, glad you said you'll pray for his "peaceful" removal from office! :)

Christinewjc said...

I think that too many people already know that they were lied to - heavily - on the campaign trail and thus were tricked and bamboozled into voting for him the first time around. They won't get fooled again!

I have so many questions that I would like to ask you, but I worry that they would be too "politically incorrect."

Christocentric said...

Hey, fire away with the questions! Can something be too politically incorrect for me?

Try me!

Christinewjc said...

OK - as you had stated, many African-Americans (is it OK to just say "Blacks?") wanted so desperately to have a Black president elected. Do you think that if they knew that Obama was only 7% Black (and 50% White, 33% Arab) that they would have fallen so hard for all the hype during the campaign?

Also, you mentioned that you were almost "fooled" into voting for him. Do you think that others who weren't paying close enough attention to all the warnings about him were fooled as well? Or, was it more likely that they chose to ignore the negatives (and claim them as "rumors" or the result of "racism") rather than face the truth and facts about Obama's radical associations with far left Marxists and Chicago thugs?

How many in the mainstream Black Community have now been awakened from the "Obama Kool-Aid drinking stupor" they were under during the campaign and now regret their vote for him?

On Hannity, I think I heard that one out of every 6 people who previously voted for him have now "turned" against Obama - especially because of the outrageous spending bills and the horrible "health care" bill that he is trying to push on Americans. Is this true for Black voters as well? Or, was it mostly a result of the Independents (not necessarily any particular race) who previously supported him?

Thats all I can think of for now. Thanks for being willing to tackle these questions!

Christocentric said...

OK - as you had stated, many African-Americans (is it OK to just say "Blacks?") wanted so desperately to have a Black president elected. Do you think that if they knew that Obama was only 7% Black (and 50% White, 33% Arab) that they would have fallen so hard for all the hype during the campaign?

It's quite ok to say "Black" as I really don't like the term African-American.

As far as how people view Obama, it doesn't matter what he's made up of. He LOOKS Black. If he had the same percentage and came out looking white, he'd be called White and the same for Arab. Weird, I know but that's the way it's been and doesn't look like it's changing much at all.

Also, you mentioned that you were almost "fooled" into voting for him. Do you think that others who weren't paying close enough attention to all the warnings about him were fooled as well? Or, was it more likely that they chose to ignore the negatives (and claim them as "rumors" or the result of "racism") rather than face the truth and facts about Obama's radical associations with far left Marxists and Chicago thugs?

Black people I've found when drawing the line between allegiance to their God or to their color many choose their skin color. Many blacks have turned a blind eye to anything about Obama when presented the truth about him. It just didn't matter to many that Obama was poo pooing on biblical principles and constitutional freedoms. Sadly, these same people reject the notion that they are turning their backs on God and American patriotism. There are some racist blacks who don't care one lick about patriotism and lean very heavily on black nationalism - the very rhetoric we heard from Obama's former pastor, Rev. Wright. I just haven't heard of too many blacks awakening from their Obama-daze - at least not in my family if I'm to use them as a barometer for other black folks.

On Hannity, I think I heard that one out of every 6 people who previously voted for him have now "turned" against Obama - especially because of the outrageous spending bills and the horrible "health care" bill that he is trying to push on Americans. Is this true for Black voters as well? Or, was it mostly a result of the Independents (not necessarily any particular race) who previously supported him?

These are the same black folks who supported OJ Simpson in spite of the obvious blood and DNA evidence against him.

Most don't care as long as they have their black president in office. This is something that I've tried to understand myself and the only thing I can think of is that the pain of racism and classism runs so deep with many that they let their "pride" get in the way of clear thinking. Pride is a sin when not rooted in God and it's the same pride that's blinding many black people and keeping them from seeing the truth.

Hope these answers can shed some light into black people's thinking. Thank you Christine for having the courage to ask them!

Christinewjc said...

Hi Carlotta,

Thanks so much for you honest and informative response. Really appreciate it. I does help me to better understand what is going on in the minds of those who ultimately decided to vote for Obama.

Haven't we all been guilty of placing sinful pride above God's Word? For all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God!

It is sad to realize that some would also place such pride over and above their allegiance to our nation, our Constitution, and American Patriotism. Perhaps some didn't know what a radical Obama and his cohorts really are. Perhaps some knew, but like you stated, still chose to ignore it.

I had closed down my browser for the night, but then decided to look up information on my husband's computer regarding the Temecula Tea Party for Sept. 12th. I plan to attend and will do a post about it here at this blog.

When I decided to open my email to take a quick look - I saw your comment and immediately read it. I plan to respond in more detail tomorrow, but just wanted to acknowledge your answers here tonight.

While watching a segment on Greta's show this evening, Griff Jenkins of Fox News interviewed several people on the "Tea Party Express" bus that is going cross country over a 16 day period of time, and ending up in WA D.C. on Sept. 12th. There was a Black man on the bus who was introduced as a musician. He stated that he does not self-identify as African-American....but rather as American.

I was so pleasantly surprised to hear that! Although he was obviously outnumbered by many White attendees, he stated that he has been shown so much love by these people - and he got choked up telling Griff about it.

What a beautiful thing - indeed - it would be if people could get over the race card accusations and just be identified as American Patriots who are concerned about our Constitution and our Nation.


Where is the place where race, color, creed, ideology, etc. would not divide people and keep them apart anymore? You and I (and most Christians) know where such a place will ultimately be. It will be in heaven - with our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. That is the ultimate tie that binds us for all eternity.

Ahh! I'm tearing up! It's late and I need to get to sleep.

Have a great night and check out my post for tomorrow!

Love in Christ,
Christine

Christocentric said...

I too long for the day Christine when we will all truly be ONE people in Christ!

I would love to be just identified as American only too, but for the sake of racial identification if I have do be identified...it can be as black. Unfortunately we don't live in an era where there is true color blindness. And I agree with you that that will only happen when Jesus comes again!

Kevin said...

Hi Christine,
I am wondering about your statistics on the 'race' of President Obama. I was wondering if you could break down these statistics for me. For example, how can one be a certain percentage of any 'race'? 7% black? I'm not sure how that statistic is derived.
Another question--is Arab a race? Is Black African a different race from 'black' (as you have it in your breakdown).

Christinewjc said...

The statistics were posted on one of the links about Obama's citizenship facts (see the link on my sidebar)and I have seen it posted on many blogs.

Perhaps I am incorrect, but I thought that the term "Arab" was used similarly to the term "Asian." There are several different Arab nationalities (i.e. Sunni, Shite, Kurdish etc.) but the term "Arab" can be used like the term "Asian" (IMO).

As far as the breakdown of Black vs. Black African goes - I'm not sure if there is a difference.

I do know of a fellow female blogger who prefers being labeled as Black... not African-American. Not sure if that is just a label preference or that there is a difference between the two labels.

Christinewjc said...

Kevin,

Found the following, too. Haven't checked out the links yet.

Resolved Question

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Is Barack Hussein Obama ethnically Arabic?

Every ancestor on his father's side has an Arabic name, because his father was officially classified as "Arab African" by the Kenyan government.

100% African tribal members of western Kenya where his father was born have Christian names, not Arabic. His father's decision to name him with an Arabic name is a matter of his father establishing his ethnic identity in Africa - it is done deliberately to ethnically separate from the African tribes. Researching his roots reveal that on his father's side, he is descended from Arab slave traders. They operated under an extended grant from Queen Victoria, who gave them the right to continue the slave trade in exchange for helping the British defeat the Madhi Army in southern Sudan and the Upper Nile region. Funny how circular is history; now the British again face the Madhi Army, albeit this time Shiite, not Sunni, as in nineteenth century Sudan.

http://kennethelamb.blogspot.com/2008/02/barak-obama-questions-about-ethnic.html
2 years ago
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http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2007/12/31/AR2007123101662.html
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2007/03/26/AR2007032601583.html
http://209.85.207.104/search?q=cache:aKUmACK_IFYJ:www.chicagotribune.com/news/politics/chi-070325obama-youth-story,1,4006113.story+http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/politics/chi-070325obama-youth-story,1,4006113.story&hl=en&ct=clnk&cd=1&gl=us
http://www.tnr.com/politics/story.html?id=1f22d28c-ced2-4761-b350-77f3513928ac&k=52616
http://wichita.craigslist.org/pol/552957338.html
http://kennethelamb.blogspot.com/2008/02/barak-obama-questions-about-ethnic.html
2 years ago

Kevin said...

Hi Christine,
Thanks for that. The only problem I have with calling someone 'ethnically Arab' is that being part of an ethnic group is a choice that a person makes. Just because you (and I don't mean you specifically) are born into an Irish-American family does not automatically mean you are part of an ethnic Irish group, especially if you don't want to be. If President Obama says he is an ethnic Arab, then I would believe it. But if someone labels him that, then I don't believe it.

I could also name my child Mohammed, but that doesn't make him an ethnic Arab--it just indicates that I like this name.

Race is an interesting concept. It used to be believed that 'race' meant that your skin color defined everything about you--your intelligence, your athletic ability and so on. It was considered to be a biological trait. But now that is not believed. It is a social category. We choose to separate out people based on skin color. If you look at genetics, all humans are related so closely that there are no other species of humans. There are only a few genetic markers that separate you and me and Carlotta--it just so happens that Carlotta has dark skin and I don't. There is an incredible dvd called "Race: The Power of An Illusion" that I show in my class when I teach my course called Race, Ethnicity and Immigration in the U.S. It talks about the problems of treating people differently just based on their skin color.