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Apr 14, 2008 10:33 am


Rev. Lee's Anti-Semitism: A Personal Story/update




Best updates on this subject to be found on Roger Simon's website.

As matters stand now, Barack Obama emerges more and more like the divider, instead of the uniter. His refusal to disown Wright has legtimized this racist preachers and his ilk.

REV. WRIGHT KEYNOTES AT NAACP DINNER IN DETROIT: Controversial preacher speaks on April 27.

The Gospel according to Obama

Oh, yes, the" controversial" AIDS story. It is a typical Muslim one. Remember Suha Arafat accused Israel of infecting the Palestinians with it. Here is another story in similar vein -

March 31, 2008: Nearly 200 children have died in the north, from measles. This is another aftereffect of an earlier campaign by Islamic conservative clerics up there, to get parents to refuse vaccinations for their children. The clerics believed the anti-polio vaccinations were actually a Western plot to poison Muslim children (and make the girls sterile, or something like that). The government eventually got the clerics to back off on the polio vaccinations, but there was continued reluctance to get vaccinations in general.



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E. Simon - 4/15/2008

I now realize how ignorant the comparison is.

The African American conspiracy "theories" are probably based on actual experiences like this. It takes some heavy revisionism to equivocate it with or derive it from Suha Arafat's garbage. But you never let us down in trying!


E. Simon - 4/15/2008

I now realize how ignorant the comparison is.

The African American conspiracy "theories" are probably based on actual experiences like