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    Republican Virginia Lt. Governor Nominee: Obama Sees World “From A Muslim Perspective

    Republican Virginia Lt. Governor Nominee: Obama Sees World “From A Muslim Perspective

    Posted on 22 May, 2013 by Amy


    Andrew Kaczynski

    The Virginia Republican Party picked conservative minister E.W. Jackson as their nominee for lieutenant governor Saturday night. Jackson will run along side Ken Cuccinelli and is the first black candidate the party has nominated for statewide office since 1988 according to the Associated Press.

    In 2010 Jackson formed a political action committee called the Stand America PAC “to recruit and support conservative black candidates to run against liberals in Congressional Black Caucus districts” according to a press release. Jackson also maintained a now defunct blog on his site, where he argued in one post that President Obama saw the world “from a Muslim perspective.”

    Obama clearly has Muslim sensibilities. He sees the world and Israel from a Muslim perspective. His construct of “The Muslim World” is unique in modern diplomacy. It is said that only The Muslim Brotherhood and other radical elements of the religion use that concept. It is a call to unify Muslims around the world. It is rather odd to hear an American President use it. In doing so he reveals more about his thinking than he intends. The dramatic policy reversal of joining the unrelentingly ant-Semitic, anti-Israel and pro-Islamic UN Human Rights Council is in keeping with the President’s truest – albeit undeclared – sensibilities

    Those who are paying attention and thinking about these issues do not find it unreasonable to consider that President Obama is influenced by a strain of anti-Semitism picked up from the black community, his leftist friends and colleagues, his Muslim associations and his long period of mentorship under Jeremiah Wright. If this conclusion is accurate, Israel has some dark days ahead. For the first time in her history, she may find the President of the United States siding with her enemies. Those who believe as I do that Israel must be protected had better be ready for the fight. We are. NEVER AGAIN!

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    Black Republican Making Waves In Virginia

    Posted on 12 October, 2013 by clyde



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    By Brian Anderson

    E.W. Jackson is a former U.S. Marine and graduate of Harvard Law School. He is currently running for Lieutenant Governor in Virginia. He’s a republican. He also happens to be black. Though he trails in the polls, a grassroots effort looks to put this often-controversial candidate into office.
    Jackson has been critical of black leaders for making every issue about race instead of focusing on fixing the problems the black community faces.
    “I believe we can transcend some of these racial lines, of course we have to stop listening to idiots like Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton. They want to divide us; they want to turn everything into a racial issue. I think the American people so desperately want to get past that. But it’s so hard when you got leadership that uses every opportunity and try to divide us,” said Jackson at a Colonial Area Republican Men’s luncheon.
    He gives it to Barak Obama as well for failing to be an effective leader. Referring to the violence that is tearing the city of Chicago apart, he said, “Ten kids, murdered, in the place where the president was once the community organizer. The place that should bear the imprints of the great leadership that he showed them. But instead, they are dying by the thousands, every single year.”
    He also offers a refreshing take on the continuing poverty for most blacks in this country, blaming democrats for fostering utter dependence on the federal government:
    “Not even slavery could destroy the black family. It took the liberals in the 1960s to come up with a plan that pretty much destroyed the black family.”
    Jackson, whose family comes from slaves, makes no qualms about his allegiance proclaiming: “I don’t care how they got here, because they got here, I’m here, and I’m where everybody in the world wants to be. I have been blessed to be here, I’m not an African-American, I’m an American, that’s who I am.”
    Jackson is a staunch Republican, supporting smaller government, 2nd Amendment rights, and lower taxes. He is not without his detractors, though. As far as I can tell, he used to be some kind of evangelical preacher. It is his deep religious beliefs that have caused him to say things that have ruffled more than a few feathers.
    He has called gays and lesbians sick and perverted and linked homosexuality to pedophilia. He bashed the Pope for appearing to soften the Church’s stance on homosexuality. He expressed his opposition to same-sex marriage saying, “The family was ordained by God. He ordained it one man and one woman in the bonds of holy matrimony. I don’t hear anything about two people of the same sex being married.”
    He has said that non-Christians practice a “false religion” and called the Democratic Party the “anti-God” party. In a video message to Black Christians, Jackson posted that Planned Parenthood “has been far, far more lethal to black lives than the KKK ever was,” adding “the Democrat Party and Planned Parenthood are partners in this genocide.”
    In a 2006 book called Ten Commandments To An Extraordinary Life Jackson claims birth defects are a punishment from God, writing: “it is the principle of sin, rebellion against God and His truth, which has brought about birth defects and other destructive natural occurrences.”
    Jackson’s comments have turned off many potential supporters. However, his grassroots campaign has resonated with a number of voters. He boasts a 2-1 edge in individual donators over his opponent. Whether you think he’s a religious nut case or a fresh voice in the Republican Party, he will make an otherwise boring Lt. Governor race an interesting one.

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