While this media frenzy swarms around Barack Obama's pastor Dr. Jeremiah Wright and his anti-American, anti-white, anti-Semite rants, let's hope they also ask Barack Obama whether or not he agrees with Trinity United Church of Christ's "Black Value System" doctrine.
In December 2006, when we first began researching Obama's home church, their website's "About Us" page appeared as follows (click to enlarge), prominently displaying the church's controversial Black Value System doctrine:
Here's how the same page appears today (click to enlarge):
Earlier this month, the page mentioned the Black Value System at the very bottom of the page as it does now, but had a link to this pdf file, which explained the doctrine in detail.
That link has since been changed to Dr. Wright's Talking Points.
It is obvious the church is now trying to hide from the American public's view what they don't want them to know about what belief system Barack Obama has proudly affiliated himself with, and which, one may assume over the past 20 years, has influenced his worldview .
One section of the Black Value System hints at the teaching's disturbing basis. Verbatim it explains the "Disavowal of the Pursuit of “Middleclassness”:
Classic methodology on control of captives teaches that captors must keep the captive ignorant educationally, but trained sufficiently well to serve the system. Also, the captors must be able to identify the “talented tenth” of those subjugated, especially those who show promise of providing the kind of leadership that might threaten the captor’s control.
Those so identified as separated from the rest of the people by:
- Killing them off directly, and/or fostering a social system that encourages them to kill off one another.
- Placing them in concentration camps, and/or structuring an economic environment that induces captive youth to fill the jails and prisons.
- Seducing them into a socioeconomic class system which while training them to earn more dollars, hypnotizes them into believing they are better than others and teaches them to think in terms of “we” and “they” instead of “us”.
So, while it is permissible to chase “middle-incomeness” with all our might, we must avoid the third separation method-the psychological entrapment of Black
“middleclassness”: If we avoid the snare, we will also diminish our “voluntary”
contributions to methods A and B.
And more importantly, Black people no longer will be deprived of their birthright, the leadership, resourcefulness, and example of their own talented persons.
Barack Obama told Fox News and CNN Friday night he was not in the services when Dr. Wright made comments such as those he'd heard on Friday's news casts. Those particular video clips came from numerous hours of Wright's sermons that are currently available for purchase online at the church's website.
Obama's credibility is on the line now. If journalists find he was in attendance during even one of Wright's controversial sermons, he will be deemed a liar and not worthy of the nation's trust.
Coupled with his poor instincts and the lack of judgment displayed by choosing Dr. Wright as his pastor and federally-accused Tony Rezko as his close friend and fundraiser, he's finally getting the thorough scrubbing he has avoided thus far in his political career.
That was then. This is now.