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Is Obama the Messiah? the One? *video*

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posted on Oct, 26 2008 @ 08:22 AM
The media would love you to believe that, in fact it's been a full force round of hero worship for the junior senator, who seems poised to win by landslide, ushering in Stalinist Collectivism upon the United States

I find it's disgusting, & appalling to involve children in the political process, in fact having these children singing songs of the great leader uniting the world as one is terrifying...but hey maybe it's just me...maybe i'm weird for not being into communism...I mean everyday on the street, I'd say 2 of 20 people have some kind of five pointed red star festooned on them, USSR, the hammer & sickle, and it's actually worshipped

We truly are being led into world socialism, the global solution offered by the same powers that created the problem, and the "Marxist Messiah"'s rise to political power (albeit puppetry) is no accident

when I try to post a video using the Youtube video link, the link gives an extra \ at the end, don't known why, and yes I post the number of the video after the v=


posted on Oct, 26 2008 @ 08:45 AM
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posted on Oct, 26 2008 @ 08:48 AM
reply to post by totalreality2012

If Obama is uniting the world together as one and everybody loves him, then I assume you love him too?

You do, don't you? Admit it...c'mon now, admit that you love Obama!!

posted on Oct, 26 2008 @ 09:08 AM
Apparenr]oİator Barack Hussein Obama, D-Illinois, is the Messiah. The New York Times reported on Sunday that in Obama's time at Harvard Law School, he "developed a leadership style based more on furthering consensus than on imposing his own ideas. Surrounded by students who enjoyed the sound of their own voices, Mr. Obama cast himself as an eager listener, sometimes giving warring classmates the impression that he agreed with all of them at once."

Also on Sunday, the Boston Globe reported, "These days, Obama is the hot new candidate for the White House, trying to end the warring in Washington with a warm message of unity and optimism. But years before taking that message to the national political stage, he was defusing battles large and small from the sharp-elbowed basketball games to the cutthroat classrooms at Harvard Law School." And on the same day, the Los Angeles Times similarly reported, "At Harvard Law Review he showed that -- on a much smaller scale -- he had the savvy to maneuver through turbulent political waters."

Jesus didn't get this kind of Sunday media coverage on Easter Sunday. It is no wonder has a running Obama "Messiah Watch" dedicated to "considering evidence that Obama is the Son of God."

What has Obama done to earn such praise? He has no record. But he does have rhetoric -- the kind of rhetoric that makes people all warm and fuzzy inside.

In his much-heralded presidential exploratory committee announcement, Obama noted "how hungry we all are for a different kind of politics." And Obama says he is the man to take us beyond "the psychodrama of the baby boom generation -- a tale rooted in old grudges and revenge plots hatched on a handful of college campuses long ago -- played out on the national stage. The victories that the Sixties generation brought about -- the admission of minorities and women into full citizenship, the strengthening of individual liberties, and the healthy willingness to question authority -- have made America a far better place for all its citizens. But what has been lost in the process, and has yet to be replaced, are those shared assumptions -- that quality of trust and fellow feeling -- that bring us together as Americans."

This is the kind of rhetoric dreams are made of. Everyone is tired of the conflicts of the 1960s. But the conflicts of the 1960s are not tied to the era of their origin. The conflicts of the 1960s were a conflict between two sets of values: traditional values reflective of pre-1960s America, and the radical values of wholesale leveling and untrammeled libertinism.

The 1960s brought about some good, as Obama mentions -- most prominently, racial tolerance. And as a country, we have accepted the gains of the 1960s. We have continued to battle, however, over the idea that racial tolerance must come as part of a philosophical package that has more in common with the ideals of the French Revolution than the American Revolution.

Traditionalists maintain that desegregation need not entail smashing to shards a value system that has elevated Western civilization without perverting its moral sense. Radicals believe that racial segregation was but a symptom of an underlying disease inherent in traditional values. They believe that the disease can only be eradicated by attacking the foundational institutions of traditionalism -- the institutions of marriage and private property first and foremost.

In this culture war there can be no compromise. Either traditional values are vindicated, or they are eroded. There is no in-between. The quality of "trust and fellow feeling" of which Obama speaks cannot be regained as long as the culture war continues; our common ground has been lost. It will be regained only when one side emerges victorious. Obama's promises to move beyond the politics of the 1960s are, by definition, empty promises.

What is more, Obama knows they are empty promises. In the war between traditionalism and radicalism, Obama stands solidly with radicalism. Though he has a gift for obscuring his positions, Obama is an advocate of gay rights, a strong believer in the concept of private property as social property, an abortion-on-demand fanatic. His pledge to move beyond the politics of the 1960s is a pledge to achieve unity in the fully triumphant program of the 1960s. If Obama is a Messiah, he is a secular Messiah, preaching the word of Tom Hayden.

Hardly McCain is a Messiah (I know WHAT he is!).

posted on Oct, 26 2008 @ 09:54 AM

I would love to have a peaceful world and all but this is blasphemy.

To believe in Obama in this manner is a SIN.
This alone is enough for me to Cast my vote towards McCain .. which I am also reluctant.

I see people of this board throwing around a prase "Deny Ignorance"

I would like to see you practice what you preach because this is absolute stupidity. Obama will be so damaging to this country/world that it will be too late for any kind of retribution.

[edit on 26-10-2008 by SGSPatriot]

posted on Oct, 26 2008 @ 10:10 AM
reply to post by JeSSICaSANuZ

What has Obama done to earn such praise? He has no record. But he does have rhetoric -- the kind of rhetoric that makes people all warm and fuzzy inside.

Well a body language expert explained that ability he has to make people fall for anything, and everything, he is able to sway a crowd like a preacher, by the rhythm of his voice, and then they don't even remember what he said, it is hypnotic.

What makes me wonder, is why some of us are immune?

No offense Obama supporters, this is all about human nature, and our need for a god.

Just like the adoration we heap on a rock star,we humans must NEED to worship something/someone.
It is part of our design.

[edit on 103131p://bSunday2008 by Stormdancer777]

posted on Oct, 26 2008 @ 10:38 AM
reply to post by Stormdancer777

I'm definitely immune and I don't need or want a god or anything else to worship.

I must be an alien sent down to monitor you pathetic humans. On recall, I'm here to report when the 'god-gene' has been bred out of you all, then I'm to report to my fellow beings of light that it's time to make contact.

posted on Oct, 26 2008 @ 10:57 AM

Originally posted by SGSPatriot

I would love to have a peaceful world and all but this is blasphemy.

I would like to see you practice what you preach because this is absolute stupidity. Obama will be so damaging to this country/world that it will be too late for any kind of retribution.

[edit on 26-10-2008 by SGSPatriot]

I am in NO WAY promoting the junior Senator as a Messiah, in fact it's extremely blasphemous to describe him as such his supporters & the media are

This video was meant to put on a light on & discourage such developments, not encourage them

He will lead, all right, into the pit of Socialism

posted on Oct, 26 2008 @ 12:40 PM
Perhaps we are "immune" because of the simple fact that we research his speeches and policies instead of WATCHING all of his footage. Perhaps that has been our saving grace? I know i wont watch a single speech hes done because every time i see the man within the first 2 min im creeped out. The man makes me nervous just looking at him, something isnt right.

posted on Oct, 26 2008 @ 12:52 PM

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