“Committed Christian”?

Barack Hussein Obama has claimed he is a “committed Christian”.

Yet, this self-professed “committed Christian”:

1) Promotes a concept of salvation that is un-Christian.

2) Promotes an approach to poverty that is un-Biblical.

3) Makes excuses for why he hasn’t attended church since the election.  He didn’t even attend Christmas services.

“Committed Christian”?  There is little evidence of that.

But there is shocking evidence that Christians were burned alive by the followers of a politician who Obama fully supported: Raila Odinga.

About 50 parishioners were locked into the Assemblies of God church before it was set ablaze. They were mostly women and children. Those who tried to flee were hacked to death by machete-wielding members of a mob numbering 2,000.

The 2008 New Year Day atrocity in the Kenyan village Eldoret, about 185 miles northwest of Nairobi, had all the markings of the Rwanda genocide of a decade earlier.

By mid-February 2008, more than 1,500 Kenyans were killed. Many were slain by machete-armed attackers. More than 500,000 were displaced by the religious strife. Villages lay in ruin. Many of the atrocities were perpetrated by Muslims against Christians.

The violence was led by supporters of Raila Odinga, the opposition leader who lost the Dec. 27, 2007, presidential election by more than 230,000 votes. Odinga supporters began the genocide hours after the final election results were announced Dec. 30. Mr. Odinga was a member of Parliament representing an area in western Kenya, heavily populated by the Luo tribe, and the birthplace of Barack Obama’s father.

Mr. Odinga had the backing of Kenya’s Muslim community heading into the election. For months he denied any ties to Muslim leaders, but fell silent when Sheik Abdullahi Abdi, chairman of the National Muslim Leaders Forum, appeared on Kenya television displaying a memorandum of understanding signed on Aug. 29, 2007, by Mr. Odinga and the Muslim leader. Mr. Odinga then denied his denials.

The details of the MOU were shocking. In return for Muslim backing, Mr. Odinga promised to impose a number of measures favored by Muslims if he were elected president. Among these were recognition of “Islam as the only true religion,” Islamic leaders would have an “oversight role to monitor activities of ALL other religions [emphasis in original],” installation of Shariah courts in every jurisdiction, a ban on Christian preaching, replacement of the police commissioner who “allowed himself to be used by heathens and Zionists,” adoption of a women’s dress code, and bans on alcohol and pork.

This was not Mr. Odinga’s first brush with notoriety. Like his father, Jaramogi Oginga Odinga, the main opposition leader in the 1960s and 1970s, Raila Odinga is a Marxist He graduated from East Germany’s Magdeburg University in 1970 on a scholarship provided by the East German government. He named his oldest son after Fidel Castro.

Raila Odinga was implicated in the bloody coup attempt in 1982 against then-President Daniel Arap Moi, a close ally of the United States. Kenya has been one of the most stable democracies in Africa since the 1960s. The ethnic cleansing earlier this year was the worst violence in Kenya since that 1982 coup attempt.

Mr. Odinga spent eight years in prison. At the time, he denied guilt but later detailed he was a coup leader in his 2006 biography. Statue of limitations precluded further prosecution when the biography appeared.

Initially, Mr. Odinga was not the favored opposition candidate to stand in the 2007 election against President Mwai Kibaki, who was seeking his second term.

However, he received a tremendous boost when Sen. Barack Obama arrived in Kenya in August 2006 to campaign on his behalf. Mr. Obama denies that supporting Mr. Odinga was the intention of his trip, but his actions and local media reports tell otherwise.

Mr. Odinga and Mr. Obama were nearly inseparable throughout Mr. Obama’s six day stay. The two traveled together throughout Kenya and Mr. Obama spoke on behalf of Mr. Odinga at numerous rallies. In contrast, Mr. Obama had only criticism for Kibaki. He lashed out against the Kenyan government shortly after meeting with the president on Aug. 25. “The [Kenyan] people have to suffer over
corruption perpetrated by government officials,” Mr. Obama announced. “Kenyans are now yearning for change,” he declared. The intent of Mr. Obama’s remarks and actions was transparent to Kenyans – he was firmly behind Mr. Odinga.

Is Barack Hussein Obama really a commited Christian,
or is he really a well-disguised Jihadist Muslim?

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5 Responses to “Committed Christian”?

  1. Ryan says:

    “Is Barack Hussein Obama really a commited Christian”

    We know who you’re talking about, you don’t need his full name any more. Say Hussein all day long if you like, but it doesn’t make him a Muslim. Does the word “Red” in your alias make you Russian?

    Why don’t you try to be a “Christian” once in a while and stop judging people.

  2. “Barack Hussein Obama” is the name by which he wants to be sworn in. He’s not ashamed to use his full name, and neither am I. I’ve never said that having the middle name “Hussein” makes someone a Muslim. If anything, it’s more of a reflection on his father (who named Barack after himself) and his grandfather (who named Barack’s father).

    It’s the primary source evidence that Barack was registered as a Muslim while he was a student in Indonesia, studied the Koran, never denounced Islam, and attended a “Black Liberation Theology” church that doesn’t require members to deny other faiths (and has a member who named his children after a Marxist revolutionary (Che) and a comprehensive treatise on the contents of Islam (Mizan), and if Barack played a role in backfilling his Illinois Senate seat (as it appears he played a role in backfilling his U.S. Senate seat) then he knows that member well).

    It’s that even though Obama claims to be a “committed Christian”, he doesn’t act like it. His words and actions do not line up with how Jesus Christ of Nazareth taught us to speak and act.

    I’m not Barack’s judge, but I’m allowed to inspect the fruit on his tree.

  3. Ryan says:

    No, he’s not ashamed to use his middle name, nor should he be. That’s not the point. You are using it to point out his heritage – of which you disapprove.

    It’s tasteless when Ann Coulter does it and it’s tasteless when you do it.

  4. Ryan,

    You claim that I disapprove of Barack’s heritage, but you are wrong. Your attempt to project bigotry upon me fails, and as usual, the the person doing the projecting is the one who is guilty. I don’t disapprove of Barack’s Muslim heritage, but you disapprove of my Christian heritage.

    If you were correct, which you aren’t, I would not have married my wife. Part of her heritage is Muslim.

    It’s not Barack’s heritage of which I disapprove…it’s his dishonesty.

    Nice try, Ryan. FAIL.

  5. Ryan says:

    My heritage is Christian too, so nice try. I disapprove of superstition in all forms, not anyone’s heritage. You are hilighting his Muslim last name, like many right wing pundits, and it’s getting old.

    Just trying to save you some typing.

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