Wright also called Zionism “racist” in the Trinity United Church of Christ’s official publications.
Although the Trinity United Church of Christ’s Trumpet Magazine appears to be inaccessible, Barack Obama’s pastor failed to cover all of his tracks, and we have retrieved a .pdf file of Jeremiah Wright’s “This is Where I Came In.” (https://husaria.files.wordpress.com/2008/09/this-where-i-came-in.pdf) It is hosted at tucc.org (the Trinity United Church of Christ) and therefore cannot be a forgery or smear.
Rep. Wexler (D-FL) and the National Jewish Democratic Council would doubtlessly prefer that voters, and especially pro-Israel ones, not know about this but Jeremiah Wright’s “This is Where I Came In” advocates divestment from Israel, and it does so openly and unequivocally.
- The Israelis have illegally occupied Palestinian territories for almost 40 years now. It took a divestment campaign to wake the business community up concerning the South Africa issue. Divestment has now hit the table again as a strategy to wake the business community up and to wake Americans up concerning the injustice and the racism under which the Palestinians have lived because of Zionism.
The Divestment issue will hit the floor during this month’s General Synod. Divesting dollars from businesses and banks that do business with Israel is the new strategy being proposed to wake the world up concerning the racism of Zionism. That Divestment issue won’t make the press either, however.
It is already a matter of record that Obama’s church questioned Israel’s legitimacy, and accused Israel of developing an “ethnic bomb” with which to kill Negroes and Arabs. Barack Obama’s lip service to Israel’s right to exist as a Western democracy must therefore be assessed in the context of his close association with Jeremiah Wright and his twenty year membership in the church that sanctioned these position statements.