Having digressed somewhat in part three I will now return to the subject of Black Theology with the introduction of Black Liberation Theology.
Black Liberation Theology
From The Acton Institute web page:
“What is Black Liberation Theology anyway? Barack Obama’s former pastor, Jeremiah Wright catapulted black liberation theology onto a national stage, when America discovered Trinity United Church of Christ. Understanding the background of the movement might give better clarity into Wright’s recent vitriolic preaching. A clear definition of black theology was first given formulation in 1969 by the National Committee of Black Church Men in the midst of the civil-rights movement:”
OK so what have we got going on here? It seems that the Bolshevik Marxist Jew Obama (Obama is Jewish from his mother) is also a disciple of Black Liberation Theology and the anti-white racist, Black Jesus promoting, Jeremiah Wright. If we add in Obama’s fake Muslim personna we can begin to see what a total lying fraud Obama has always been.
So does all this evidence make the Bolshevik Marxist Jew Obama an anti-white racist bigot and a hater of American white people? No prizes for the right answer and don’t you just love my use of those Social Justice Warrior terms ‘racist’ ‘bigot’ and ‘hater’ in their right and proper context?
Moreover, this evidence also proves that the promotion and promulgation of the satanic Black Jesus propaganda comes from the very top, that is, The Obama Administration itself and most likely via the CIA and the anti-Christ Mossad.
As an aside I will draw your attention to the satanic name of Wright’s ‘church’ –
TRINITY United Church of Christ!
Continuing from The Acton Institute web page:
“Black theology is a theology of black liberation. It seeks to plumb the black condition in the light of God’s revelation in Jesus Christ, so that the black community can see that the gospel is commensurate with the achievements of black humanity. Black theology is a theology of ‘blackness.’ It is the affirmation of black humanity that emancipates black people from White racism, thus providing authentic freedom for both white and black people. It affirms the humanity of white people in that it says ‘No’ to the encroachment of white oppression.”
Now in the above piece we can see meaningless vain theology at its best, or should I say at its worst? It refers to ‘the black condition’ in relation to Yashua Messiah (Jesus Christ), but what has that got to do with anything? A True Christian is CALLED by The Father to His Son and he or she then has to TAKE UP THEIR CROSS and follow Yashua Messiah. This is not an easy ride for ANY Christian, it is a life of trials, of facing abusive opposition, of mockings and ridicule and sometimes severe persecution, so why do SOME blacks see themselves as a special ‘woe is me’ case when highlighting ‘the black condition’? Are they looking for a special dispensation from Yashua Messiah?
It then says: “so that the black community can see that the gospel is commensurate with the achievements of black humanity.” I am not going to be drawn into a futile discussion on the achievements of black humanity, but is The Gospel commensurate (equal to) the achievements of black humanity?
Do these people actually KNOW what The Gospel message is!!?? In a nutshell it is the Good News of the coming Kingdom of God on this earth for 1,000 years, followed by a New Heaven (atmosphere) and a New Earth that will come down from Heaven with The Father. It really has nothing to do with the achievements of ANY racial group, let alone black humanity, so I do hope you can see the nonsense in all this narcissistic racial theological waffle. They just make it up with terms like this: “Black theology is a theology of ‘blackness’.” WOW!
It then says: “It is the affirmation of black humanity that emancipates black people from White racism, thus providing authentic freedom for both white and black people.” Here’s a question: Why does black humanity need affirming and affirmation from whom? White folks!!!???? Where does all this insecurity come from? Surely not from black humanity itself!! And again what’s with all this white racism – do they not have a black president? How black does America have to become before all this alleged white racism disappears? Oh yes, totally black with no whites at all and then the Hispanics and Italians (far more racist than whites) and other races can listen to their non stop whingeing.
Did you also notice how ‘beneficial’ all this affirmation for blacks is going to be for whites? It will free white people too. How does that work exactly when white people need no affirmation from anyone especially in their own country? As already hinted, is all this gumpf just a form of anti-Semitic victimhood for blacks and really just inverted anti-white racism?
OK, moving on, we next have this from the same author:
“In the 1960s, black churches began to focus their attention beyond helping blacks cope with national racial discrimination particularly in urban areas.”
When I read falacious overarching generalised statements like the above I always find it interesting how these disgruntled black people have never considered helping their fellow whingers to return to Africa where, I presume, there would be no ‘national racial discrimination’ and where they could cope. For example, let’s say to the West African nations of the Ivory Coast, Senegal and The Gambia where, I believe, most of the blacks slaves originally came from.
For the last time we have this from The Acton Institute web page:
“The notion of “blackness” is not merely a reference to skin color, but rather is a symbol of oppression that can be applied to all persons of color who have a history of oppression (except whites, of course). So in this sense, as Wright notes, “Jesus was a poor black man” because he lived in oppression at the hands of “rich white people.” The overall emphasis of Black Liberation Theology is the black struggle for liberation from various forms of “white racism” and oppression.”
– Anthony B. Bradley, “The Marxist Roots of Black Liberation Theology.”
Notice from the opening remark of this paragraph, how we are no longer dealing with American blacks but have moved on to: “all persons of color who have a history of oppression.” This is classic Bolshevik Marxist Jew Internationalism, this is how they think and they can never think in nationalistic terms even though they have their unlawful State of Israel (not acknowledged by many Jews). This also proves that through Black Liberation Theology they are just making use of gullible duped American blacks to further their anti-white genocidal agenda. In Truth, they couldn’t care less about ‘oppressed blacks’, as already proved by their ancestor’s very active role in the black slave trade.
Notice, too, that this Jeremiah Wright idiot has swallowed wholesale the Black Jesus garbage. He also makes another error of calling Yashua Messiah poor when his step-father Joseph was a successful carpenter and builder who died whilst Yashua Messiah was still quite young. His wealthy great-uncle (Miriam’s [Mary’s] uncle) Joseph of Arimathea, the ship owning tin and gold merchant, then took Him under his wing, so rest assured Yashua Messiah never knew poverty.
Finally it says: “The overall emphasis of Black Liberation Theology is the black struggle for liberation from various forms of “white racism” and oppression.”
Now what and who does this statement remind us of? If I mention the name Barabbus will that help you? In the early first century, elements of the Canaanite-Jews were zealots fighting against the occupying Roman forces who were oppressing them.
However, did Yashua Messiah rally His followers to join these zealots and their movement in order to free themselves from Roman oppression? Did He whinge and whine and accuse the Romans of racism, hate speech and bigotry?? Answer: No He did not, but what He did say to Pontius Pilate is this:
John 18:36 (KJV) Jesus answered, My Kingdom is not of this world: if my Kingdom were of this world, then would my servants fight, that I should not be delivered to The Jews: but now is my Kingdom not from hence.
Ever notice how Yashua Messiah did not say to Pilate: “That I should not be delivered to YOU (Pilate), but that I should not be delivered to the Canaanite-Jews.”
Part 5 coming up.