My fellow white patriots,
This is a moment, quite honestly, that I think we reclaim the civil rights movement. Black people don’t own Doctor King, We white people own Doctor King. He led all of us out of slavery. As I’ve said before, Dr King didn’t stand for social justice. He stood for the personal freedom of all of us to be free from government interference.
As you know, and as I’ve said before, President Obama is a man who has a deep-seated hatred for white people or the white culture. This guy is, I believe, a racist. He chose to use the name, Barack, for a reason, to identify not with America — you don’t take the name Barack to identify with America. You take the name Barack to identify, with what? Your heritage? The heritage, maybe, of your father in Kenya, who was a radical?
This is a non-political rally. That’s why I invited Sarah Palin to speak, because she is famous for being non-political. 24% of Americans believe Obama is a Muslim. You know what? Here’s the problem with this. I think that is the easy answer for people who are like, well, it doesn’t make sense. Nothing makes sense. And I think the easy thing is to say, I think he’s a Muslim. I don’t. I think he is a Christian that Christians don’t recognize. His religion is a perversion of Christianity. Social justice, as understood by Barack Obama and people like Barack Obama that understand his form of Christianity, that is socialism. It’s Marxism. Social justice is Marxism at its root.
And that is why it doesn’t feel right, and why many Americans think Obama is a Muslim. Now, you have to understand, Barack Obama was not a Christian until Jeremiah Wright. So it’s not like he was raised, you know, a Catholic or Episcopalian or anything else. He was raised, if I’m not mistaken, Muslim for a while. I think he’s most likely, knowing his parents and his influence, it was more likely that he was surrounded with a bigger influence of atheism than anything else. But, you know, let’s just say he was neutral on everything. When he did get Jesus, he got it from Jeremiah Wright.
And Reverend Wright, well, he is into liberation theology, which teaches that Jesus was the victim; the Romans were the oppressor. The system, the government was the oppressor. So the story of Jesus takes on a whole different light because if you are a Jesus freak, you know that Jesus wasn’t a victim. Jesus was the savior. Jesus was the Messiah. Jesus was the conqueror, not a victim. It’s that root of understanding that now brings Obama to collective salvation. I believe it was the pope on collective salvation that said that’s not divine; that’s demonic. Think of that. Just please understand what the pope has said. When the government tries to do what only God can do through collective salvation, through justice, a godly justice, save us all or none of us will be saved, it becomes demonic.
This is what Americans are missing because no one will tell them that. It is liberation theology. Why would you, like Reverend Wright does, bring up the slave thing? Does anybody really think that that’s what we’re really all about? Really? The slave thing? Why would you bring it up? Because that’s an important part of the Jewish story to Barack Obama’s preacher. Slavery. The oppressor versus the oppressed. That’s why he highlights that. Because that’s his understanding of distorted Christianity.
Did Dr King ever bring up the slave thing? No, he was about personal freedom. And you know what? You don’t have a problem with this if you abolish the Department of Education. Because then you allow the school districts to teach it. Then you allow the communities to decide. You can’t point that out, can you? No, you can’t point that out because that takes power away from the federal government. Which is exactly what needs to happen.
I don’t think that Barack Obama is a Muslim. Stranger things have happened. God could be a giant space octopus, too. What we should do is look at the facts. The fact is Obama is a Christian and his entire understanding of Christianity comes, in his own words, from Jeremiah Wright. That’s why you’re uncomfortable with the decisions that he makes, especially when he tries to frame it in a religious sort of way. Because he doesn’t speak your same language. His understanding of Christianity is turning Christianity upside down. Does that make him wrong? Ask the space octopus.
We all know Obama’s America is not our America. It is not America’s America. Sometimes I ask myself, “What planet have I landed on? Did I slip through a worm hole in the middle of the night and this looks like America? It’s like the damn Planet of the Apes. Nothing makes sense!”
I wouldn’t be surprised if in our lifetime dogs and fire hoses are released or opened on us. I wouldn’t be surprised if a few of us get a billy club to the head. I wouldn’t be surprised if some of us go to jail — just like Martin Luther King did — on trumped-up charges. Tough times are coming.
Remember, I asked you to electronically sign Dr King’s commitment card. One of the commitments is to refrain from violence of fist, tongue, and heart.
So let us restore honor by reclaiming this moment from the civil rights movement. Let us reclaim this moment by refraining from violence of the tongue. Calling our president a racist is a good start. The fact that he’s black, like Dr King, is purely incidental. Obama is a racist and we are not. We are here to reclaim this moment from the civil rights movement. Personally, that’s why I’m here — to invoke the name of that great leader, Dr Martin Luther King. That’s how I intend to proudly restore honor to our nation. President Obama is a racist. God bless America.
(Glenn Beck looks at a message on his Blackberry from his accountant about his projected sales of his books and merchandize, and rodeo clown that he is, let’s loose with an inner “yee-haw, suckers!”)
Author’s Note: All words taken from transcripts of Beck’s radio and TV programs, with a few ironies added.
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