Tuesday, April 29, 2008

THE MO'KELLY REPORT: Mo'Kelly FULLY Supports Rev. Jeremiah Wright

(April 29, 2008)
*For all individuals misled about the true nature of Rev. Jeremiah Wright, this editorial is for you. Enjoy. Be sure to follow ALL of the links before formulating any ill-conceived response in an effort to discredit Rev. Jeremiah Wright.

Jeremiah Wright - "The government lied about inventing the HIV virus as a means of genocide against people of color."
As long as The Tuskegee Experiment is a factual portion of American history...Jeremiah Wright is reasonable in his expression of such an opinion. The study, monitoring the effects of untreated syphilis continued for 40 years, between 1932 and 1972...well within most of our lifetimes. Jeremiah Wright and others have FIRSTHAND memories of this atrocity. So yes, this country has a documented and FACTUAL history of medical/biological warfare against African-Americans.

Jeremiah Wright - "We bombed Hiroshima, we bombed Nagasaki, and we nuked far more than the thousands in New York and the Pentagon, and we never batted an eye. "We have supported state terrorism against the Palestinians and black South Africans, and now we are indignant because the stuff we have done overseas is now brought right back to our own front yards. America's chickens are coming home to roost."

It has been long held that the United States did not NEED to specifically bomb CIVILIAN targets in order to ensure the eventual surrender of Japan. The bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki were payback for Pearl Harbor (a military installation). You can best believe than an A-Bomb on a Japanese military installation would surely have also done the trick. The civilian threat would have been implied and did not need to be acted upon. The fact is that the targeting of civilians is not a "weapon" first implemented by terrorists...or at least not Islamic ones. HERE, you can find a quick and concise history lesson.

Or, one can refer to our involvement in the Iraq-Iran war, in the hopes of "payback" against Iran and Syria. Iran was only slightly "pissed" at the U.S. for trying to intervene during its revolution of the late 1970s. To which, the Iran hostage crisis was born. (Donald Rumsfeld pictured left shaking hands with Saddam Hussein, Dec. 1983).

Our "involvement" in interests counter to Iranian sovereignty date back even to 1953 when the CIA and British intelligence agencies helped fund/stage a coup of a DEMOCRATICALLY ELECTED Iranian Prime Minister. In other words, the U.S. has been "meddling" in Iranian affairs for more than 50 years. So yes, Iran probably doesn't think too highly of our present involvement in Iraq/Middle East and it should be noted that we've played a significant and documented historical role as to why. It's factually inaccurate to allege that the U.S. has always been in the business of "exporting" democracy.


Let's not forget the CIA's involvement in the ill-fated Bay of Pigs invasion to overthrow Fidel Castro in Cuba in 1961. Originally the CIA denied any involvement, but thanks to the Freedom of Information Act, the CIA now acknowledges its role...and it is even POSTED on the CIA WEBSITE (CLICK HERE).

These are facts, not subjective assertions.

But back to Saddam Hussein and Iraq...

In our country's continued efforts to undermine the sovereignty of Iran, we offered the following "assistance" to Saddam Hussein; the same Saddam Hussein who President George W. Bush characterized as..." a homicidal dictator who is addicted to weapons of mass destruction."

Here is some food-poisoning for thought:

The US Department of Commerce licensed 70 biological exports to Iraq between May of 1985 and 1989, including at least 21 batches of lethal strains of anthrax.

April, 1988 - US Department of Commerce approved shipment of chemicals used in manufacture of mustard gas.

September, 1988 - US Department of Commerce approved shipment of weapons grade anthrax and botulinum.

September, 1988 - Richard Murphy, Assistant Secretary of State: "The US-Iraqi relationship is important to our long-term political and economic objectives."

None of the above information is subject to debate. It is documented and verified history. Documented and verified RECENT history in terms of the grand discussion of our involvement in the Middle East.

August 2, 1990 - Saddam Hussein invaded Kuwait. Evidently, in between the time of September 1988 and August 1990, Hussein "metamorphosed" into a homicidal dictator and became "addicted to weapons of mass destruction." If Saddam Hussein was the metaphorical "crack fiend," then how should one look upon the "drug dealer" who got him "hooked?"

It's a fair and reasonable question. That's more than just "one or two" chickens out there which might eventually make it back home to roost.

As the joke goes...Saddam Hussein had WMDs and the U.S. has Saddam's charge card receipts to prove it. Yes, Iran doesn't like America...imagine that.

Or maybe we should discuss how America is solely responsible for the creation of Osama Bin Laden and his rise to "credibility" among Islamic extremists? Maybe Mo'Kelly should spend sometime also talking about the U.S.' role in attempting to undermine the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan (which is not unlike Iran's role in attempting to undermine the U.S. invasion of Iraq). To deny these chickens is to deny documented history.

Jeremiah Wright - "Barack knows what it means to be a Black man to be living in a country and a culture that is controlled by rich White people. Hillary can never know that. Hillary ain't never been called a Nigger."

Barack Obama was born in 1961. To put that in its proper historical perspective:

- The Civil Rights Act wasn't signed until 1964.

- The Voting Rights Act wasn't signed until 1965, the same Voting Rights Act that many Republican members of Congress refused to re-authorize in 2006 (That's two years ago y'all.)

This is not "ancient history," this is within the lifetime of Barack Obama and most definitely within the lifetime of Rev. Jeremiah Wright.

As for Jeremiah Wright being cast as "un-American," read what the "Un-American" Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King had to say about the war in Vietnam.

"For those who ask the question, "Aren't you a civil rights leader?" and thereby mean to exclude me from the movement for peace, I have this further answer. In 1957 when a group of us formed the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, we chose as our mott "To save the soul of America."

"Now, it should be incandescently clear that no one who has any concern for the integrity and life of America today can ignore the present war. If America's soul becomes totally poisoned, part of the autopsy must read: VIETNAM: It can never be saved so long as it destroys the deepest hopes of men the world over. So it is that those of us who are yet determined that America will be are led down the path of protest and dissent, working for the health of our land."

"They must see Americans as strange liberators. The Vietnamese people proclaimed their own independence *in 1954* -- in 1945 *rather* -- after a combined French and Japanese occupation and before the communist revolution in China. They were led by Ho Chi Minh. Even though they quoted the American Declaration of Independence in their own document of freedom, we refused to recognize them. Instead, we decided to support France in its reconquest of her former colony. Our government felt then that the Vietnamese people were not ready for independence, and we again fell victim to the deadly Western arrogance that has poisoned the international atmosphere for so long. With that tragic decision we rejected a revolutionary government seeking self-determination and a government that had been established not by China -- for whom the Vietnamese have no great love -- but by clearly indigenous forces that included some communists. For the peasants this new government meant real land reform, one of the most important needs in their lives."

- "The Un-American" Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. (1967)

The Mo'Kelly Report fully and unapologetically supports Rev. Jeremiah Wright, a former Marine and present American patriot; borne out of the SAME Christian tradition as Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

And for those out there still promulgating this madness to discredit him, feel free to steer them Mo'Kelly's way. Do not let those OUTSIDE of our tradition and history define for us those INSIDE of it. For centuries, Africans/African-Americans were not allowed to congregate other than in "the congregation," and now these same "outsiders" want to define Black Liberation Theology?

Not happening.

The "next" time Sean Hannity, Bill O'Reilly, Rush Limbaugh, Rupert Murdoch spend quality time inside a Black church rich in all of our historical and cultural traditions will be the FIRST time. The revisionist writing of the history of Dr. King and the dismissing of the integral role of the Black Christian tradition in cleansing the soul of America must cease.

The Mo'Kelly Report FULLY and UNAPOLOGETICALLY supports Rev. Jeremiah Wright.


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The Mo'Kelly Report is an entertainment journal with a political slant; published weekly at www.eurweb.com. It is meant to inform, infuse and incite meaningful discourse...as well as entertain. The Mo Kelly Report is syndicated by Newstex and Blogburst. For more Mo Kelly, http://www.mokellyreport.blogspot.com.

Morris W. O'Kelly can be reached at mokellyreport@sbcglobal.net and he welcomes all commentary.

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