ALINSKY, AGAIN? Does Obama Cripple Christianity With Easter Event Mocking Comments?

Written by Kevin Fobbs on April 9, 2015

With thousands of Christians being murdered by Islamic extremists across the world and most recently in Kenya with 147 university students being slaughtered, why does President Obama mock Christianity? The answer is found in his very disingenuous way he slips in his feigned Christian credentials into speeches then goes on the attack to disembowel Christianity. To be honest, Satan could not have done it any better.

Examine Obama’s comments this week at an Easter Prayer Breakfast where he commented with a chuckle, “On Easter, I do reflect on the fact that as a Christian, I am supposed to love. And I have to say that sometimes when I listen to less than loving expressions by Christians, I get concerned. But that’s a topic for another day,” according to Breitbart. the seemingly ignorant in attendance laughed and applauded instead of showing verbal disappointment and disgust.

Are Christians who make up, according to a national poll taken in 2013, 85 percent of the nation’s population now relegated to the back of the bus when it comes to celebrating the resurrection of Jesus Christ? Obama did not talk about the challenges and the obstacles that millions of believers of the faith encounter in their walk with Jesus Christ in the Middle East. Why does Obama feel a persistent need to denigrate the Word of God at every opportunity he can avail himself of?

This unfortunately is not a new phenomenon for Obama. In actuality it is a practiced occurrence which he has honed since before he took office. His soaring oratory, which he takes out from his arsenal of Christian attack weapons, was honed in his youth and as a young adult. His so-called Christian-faith is actually in reality a firm belief in Saul Alinsky’s Communist and Socialist manifesto Rules For Radicals.

It is the teaching of Alinsky which guides his highly focused attempt to bring Christianity in America and possibly around the world to its knees. Obama actions appear to clearly indicate that he envisions Christianity as his enemy, which perhaps was a belief that was pummeled into his young pliable mind, as he grew up with the religious teachings of a Muslim father and Muslim step-father.

The hypocrisy that dribbles from Obama’s lips is truly quite mournful and also quite destructive. The president calls into question the imagined misdeeds of Christians because of their unrelenting devotion in practicing their beliefs which just happened to be those also practiced in building America by the founding fathers. Those same biblical beliefs are foundational in the construction of the U.S. Bill of Rights and Constitution.

Obama rejects that notion and instead said in 2008, that America is no longer a Christian nation, which of course is like saying the sky is not blue but is really purple. Yet, this same so-called Christian cannot seem to bring the savage nature and practices of murderous Islamic terrorists to be mentioned during Muslim holidays. Would this not be the perfect opportunity to remind those millions of Muslims around the world and in America about why they must discredit and denounce these terrorist atrocities that are done in the name of their faith?

The harsh reality is that Obama’s goal is not to bring about promoting an understanding of the role of how Christian faith has been instrumental in building America? He shows aversion when Christians demonstrate that it is the strength of their faith that brought about an end to slavery and a monumental shift toward racial equality and healing. Healing is not part of Obama’s religious DNA.

Instead this man, has shown that it is not Christianity which guides his heart and his actions but rather the cold heartedness of a deceiver whose intent is to marginalize Jesus Christ, even at an event that celebrates his resurrection. What a small pitiful man Obama is and that is a real tragedy for him and for all of America.


Kevin Fobbs
Kevin Fobbs has more than 35 years of wide-ranging experience as a community and tenant organizer, Legal Services outreach program director, public relations consultant, business executive, gubernatorial and presidential appointee, political advisor, widely published writer, and national lecturer. Kevin is co-chair and co-founder of AC-3 (American-Canadian Conservative Coalition) that focuses on issues on both sides of the border between the two countries.