Wow, Reverend Wright is really going out of his way to prove to everyone just how right Glenn was about him. Marxism, liberation theology, the latest speech had it all. Glenn gave his reaction on radio this morning.
You can watch the speech here:
In the video, Wright says, “Micah 4:3, Micah 4:3. Micah says God shall judge among people many and rebuke strong nations afar off. Can anybody besides me this afternoon name a strong nation afar off from Israel? Hmmm. That would be us. The U.S. us. Sorry, take it up with Micah.”
Wright continues, “Read Micah's book. Now listen, neither Hannity, Beck, O'Reilly, nor the Tea Party wouldn't like Micah. Micah sounds, when you read his work, Micah sounds like a leftwing liberal. He sounds like a liberation theologian, plus Micah was black. That would make him a black liberation theologian.”
“Teaching prosperity and capitalism has taken (inaudible) Christianity, Micah sounded like a socialist. Micah almost sounds like a Marxist. Read his work.”
What is the story of Michah? Pat explained, “He's a prophet in the Old Testament. The far off nation he's assuming is the United States because it's a powerful nation, it's far off from Israel. At that time, you know, a lot of nations were far off from Israel. Babylon was far off from Israel. I don't know. China would have been far off from Israel. Russia would have been far off from Israel. Canada would have been pretty far from Israel.”
Pat analyzed Wright’s comments and said, “Micah was black, and Micah reads like a socialist or Marxist because if you read the Bible as he does, then all charity should come from the government.”
Glenn added, “[Micah] sounds like a Marxist. He sounds like a socialist. He sounds like a blab liberation theologist, which all of those things Jeremiah Wright is. He is a Marxist, a socialist, and a black liberation theologist. So he' just like Micah and Micah is just like him. A Marxist, socialist, black liberation theologist, who's an African American.”
Wright’s speech continues, and he criticizes the people of Israel and their supporters who want to build a wall between to keep Palestinians from coming into Israel.
“Keep suicide bombers out of their synagogues and school buses and restaurants? Oh, that's evil. That's evil. You should allow those suicide bombers to come right on in and explode wherever they want,” Pat said.