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Nov 09 2012

New Book Extols Apostle Barack

As a result of living through his contemptible regime, we know Barack Hussein Obama as a insolent left-wing punk, profoundly unsuited to high office, who has managed to achieve political success by perfectly personifying liberalism in an age characterized by the triumph of this disgraceful form of national decline. But considering that moonbats write most of the history books, that’s probably not how future Americans will see him.

Prior to Obama, the worst president we had ever endured in terms of inflicting lasting damage on our liberty and prosperity was Franklin Delano Roosevelt. Yet today FDR is given credit for ending the Great Depression, which in reality he prolonged for years with policies that no reasonable person could expect to have any other effect. He only ended it by finally dying, thereby sparing us the fate of the Soviet Union.

Likewise, today’s SCoaMF will be tomorrow’s demigod. The deification is already well underway with books like The Gospel According to Apostle Barack: In Search of a More Perfect Political Union as Heaven Here on Earth by Barbara Thompson:

The book’s thesis is that Obama is not just the 43rd president of the United States. Much more than that, he’s an apostle akin to Martin Luther King, Jr. or even Jesus Christ.

According to Thompson, she began to have a series of unusual dreams as she formulated ways to help Obama win the 2012 presidential election:

I learned that Jesus walked the earth to create a more civilized society, Martin (Luther King) walked the earth to create a more justified society, but, Apostle Barack, the name he was called in my dreams, would walk the earth to create a more equalized society, for the middle class and working poor. Apostle Barack, the next young leader with a new cause, had been taken to the mountaintop and allowed to see over the other side.

The stated goal of Thompson’s book is to “unlock the answers” contained within Obama’s numerous speeches, so that “his followers” may have a guide “to creating and living in the reality of a middle class lifestyle that was so economically and ethically sound that it appeared to be ‘heaven here on earth.’”

Meanwhile, the earth sane people live on is beginning to look more like hell, with real unemployment around 15%, the national debt well over $16 trillion and streaking upward, unfunded liabilities over $121 trillion, a recession imminent, a newly aggressive Iran on the verge of acquiring nuclear weapons, Al Qaeda on the rise, and an infantile electorate utterly unwilling to elect adults who will address these or any other serious issues.

apostle barack
Apostle Barack graces the dreams of delusional moonbats.

On a tip from Lyle.

26 Responses to “New Book Extols Apostle Barack”

  1. Jodie says:

    While some are waiting for a good looking anti-Christ to come from Europe, please give the following some thought. I’ve posted this several times before, but I think it keeps becoming more and more relevant:

    Daniel 11 The King Who Exalts Himself

    36 “The king will do as he pleases. He will exalt and magnify himself above every god and will say unheard-of things against the God of gods. He will be successful until the time of wrath is completed, for what has been determined must take place. 37 He will show no regard for the gods of his ancestors or for the one desired by women, nor will he regard any god, but will exalt himself above them all. 38 Instead of them, he will honor a god of fortresses; a god unknown to his ancestors he will honor with gold and silver, with precious stones and costly gifts. 39 He will attack the mightiest fortresses with the help of a foreign god and will greatly honor those who acknowledge him. He will make them rulers over many people and will distribute the land at a price.[d]

    Hhmmmm….If we replace Obama as this king…

    Obama shall do as he pleases, no matter what kind of crisis is going on. He shall exalt himself and magnify himself above every other leader and shall speak astonishing things against the Christian/Jewish God. He shall prosper till the indignation is accomplished, for God warned us that these things were destined to happen. Obama will not really worship any god, he has put himself up as a god. He shall pay no attention to the Christian God or to God’s only beggotten son, Jesus. He shall pay no attention to the advice of other leaders, for he shall magnify himself above all. He will honor the Muslim god, Allah the god of war. He will attack the mightiest fortresses with the help of George Soros and will greatly honor those who acknowledge him. He will help to overthrow existing leaders. He will greatly reward those who help him with money, contracts, powerful positions, and other favors.


  2. F.D.R. in Hell says:

    I warned in 2007 that this boy was the Anti-Christ…
    no one took me seriously.

    I’ve got a direct line to Mr. Big down here.

    Trust me on this.

  3. Jodie says:

    F.D.R. in Hell,

    You, me and Jeff.

  4. Gunny G says:

    That bitch is fucking NUTS!

    Actually Obumfuck is the discipline of the Antichrist George Soros.

  5. IslandLifer says:

    Insanity everywhere I look.

  6. Rotohammer says:

    Is there any prophecy that suggests the anti-Christ would be a lazy do-nothing with no leadership ability?

  7. Maudie N Mandeville says:

    Oh look! Author is black. Author is ‘professor’ in the PE dept. (no really).

  8. Jodie says:


    As a matter of fact, yes. The anti-Christ gains control through trickery and deceit and not by his own power:

    “23 And in the latter time of their kingdom, when the transgressors are come to the full, a king of fierce countenance, and understanding dark sentences, shall stand up.

    24 And his power shall be mighty, but not by his own power: and he shall destroy wonderfully, and shall prosper, and practice, and shall destroy the mighty and the holy people.

    25 And through his policy also he shall cause craft to prosper in his hand; and he shall magnify himself in his heart, and by peace shall destroy many: he shall also stand up against the Prince of princes; but he shall be broken without hand.”

    Daniel 8:23-25
    King James Version (KJV)

  9. IslandLifer says:

    Oh but the outcry when the shoes on the other foot:
    How about all those death threats on twater from these very same people?

  10. Jodie says:

    Check this out:

    “President Barack Obama, riding on the heels of his historic electoral victory this week, has another accomplishment to boot: He will be included, as a character, in traditional Italian nativity scenes in Naples this Christmas. No, we’re not joking.

    The president is poised, in figurine form, to appear next to baby Jesus, other Biblical characters and numerous other politicians who are being infused into the traditional holiday story.”

  11. Jimbo says:

    Wait a freaking minute – if these dipshits see Zero as a god, aren’t they mixing religion and government?

    Stinking liberals are THE most stupid things in the universe. Absolute mushrooms.

  12. Tchhht!!! says:

    Eulogy? Isn’t that a speech made just after someone’s death? Just askin’.

  13. Dave Blount says:

    Didn’t mean it that way; changed eulogize to extol.

  14. Henry says:

    Prog mental illness on full display.

  15. HyacinthClare says:

    What’s on full display is idolatry, worshiping the creature rather than the Creator. God REALLY doesn’t like idolatry.

  16. Mr Evilwrench says:

    This going to be the template for our Little Red Book?

  17. Rotohammer says:

    Jodie, yeah, I hear ya, and your scripture references are very knowledgable, but I expect the anti-Christ to be more beguiling to me. I can’t stand Obama. I’m not even tempted by him. He seems too inept.

  18. comet says:

    Assassination fantasies, no. I do have a fond hope of a fortuitous lightning strike at an oft-visited golf course. Ideally with the VP there as well.

  19. comet says:

    Or do I mean forlorn hope?

    This deification is kind of creepy. And sad. And a more appropriate formula than ‘lightworker’, would be the old Aztec formula of “Our Lord, our Executioner, our Enemy.”

  20. grayjohn says:

    FUCK the One. SCUM! Fuck the left.

  21. Jodie says:

    Rotohammer says:
    November 9, 2012 at 11:09 pm

    If you are walking with God, the anti-Christ shouldn’t be beguiling to you. He will be loved and worshiped by those who are perishing – those whose knowledge is veiled – those not written in God’s Book of Life.

  22. Teacheru says:

    The picture was named “Obamesia holding an Obamaphone”

  23. R Daneel says:

    “Apostle Barack, the name he was called in my dreams,….”

    You all do realize that this poor woman is most likely schizophrenic?

  24. R Daneel says:

    Hmmm, might want to add that the herald of the Anti-Christ is a normal man. (See the “Left Behind” series) He rises to world dominance as a leader then is assassinated. His followers become very distraught but he rises from the dead in the same way as the real Christ after lying entombed for 3 days. That is when he becomes Satan on Earth.

    We are not even near that yet.

  25. Jodie says:

    R. Daneel,

    I do not believe that Satan has the power to raise someone from the dead. I believe that through a stong deception sent by God, the anti-Christ will only appear to be dead. Here are some others who do not believe that he actually dies:

    Daymond Duck

    No, I don’t. And again, there is a lot of different views on this issue and I think the controversy centers primarily around how you interpret Revelation 13:3 and Revelation 13:11-14. If you go with 13:3, you come up with one way. If you go with Revelation 14 and Revelation 13:11-14, you come up with another way. At least some people do.

    Now, those who go with Revelation 13:3, they say that it is one of the seven heads that has a deadly wound and it is healed. And they believe that is the not the Antichrist, but that Europe fell apart and was killed, or died and was healed and came back as the revived Roman Empire which was raised from the dead.

    Those that go down to Revelation 13:11-14, they look at those verses and they believe that those verses are saying that the Antichrist will receive a deadly wound and be healed and raised from the dead. Now, when I look at Revelation 13:3, the way I read that it says “this head looks like,” or “this head is as though,” “this head appears as,” however you want to phrase that, as though it had a deadly wound that was healed. Now to me, there is a little bit of difference in saying it looks like, or it were a wound, a deadly wound that was healed, and actually having a deadly wound that was healed.

    What I am getting at, when I get down to Revelation 13:11-14, we start reading about the False Prophet, and we see the False Prophet forces people to worship the Antichrist. And the False Prophet uses wonders and signs to persuade people to believe that the Antichrist received a deadly wound that was healed and he was raised from the dead. In other words, the way I interpret that passage it’s saying the False Prophet uses persecution and force and phony miracles and deceit to cause people to believe that the Antichrist was killed and raised from the dead. Not that he actually was killed and raised from the dead, but that he uses deceit and force and things like that to perpetrate that untruth, that false doctrine, or that lie.

    Phillip Goodman

    No, I do not. I don’t think the Bible teaches that.

    First of all, we have to look at it from a theological standpoint that the evidence that Jesus himself is the Son of God is because of the resurrection from the dead. That is unique in all of human history. As a matter of fact, I want to read a passage out of Romans chapter 1 that speaks to that affect. Romans 1:4 tells us that Jesus was declared the Son of God with power by what, by the Resurrection of the dead. So, we could not possibly have Jesus rising from the dead and saying, “I am the life and the resurrection.” And Satan on the other hand coming up and saying, “So am I, I am the life and the resurrection also.” And also the evidence in the Scriptures don’t indicate that.

    Revelation 2:18 tells us what it is like to be raised from the dead. Jesus says this, He says, “I am the first and the last I was dead and I have come to life.” We never see that about the Antichrist. In Revelation 13 he’s got 7 heads — 7 kingdoms — one of those is slain.

    The real commentary on what really happens with the Antichrist is Revelation 17, it says, “He was, he is not and he will come.” That is the language of reincarnation. That is not the language of resurrection. And Satan has raised up reincarnation as the chief antithesis of the resurrection all through history. Satan hates the Doctrine of the Resurrection because of the resurrection of the Son of God. But, when we look at “I was, he was, he is not, and he will come, he was in past history, he is not” during the time of John when John wrote that particular passage and he will come in the future. That is the most it says about the Antichrist and his origins. He will come up by the way out of the Abyss. That also is not the language of Resurrection. He will be indwelled by a spirit that comes up out of the Abyss. So he is two persons in one, he is a man, and he is a spirit from the Abyss. And, he comes up from the past a spirit who controlled a kingdom in the past, comes up and indwells the Antichrist, raises him up in the last days. And perhaps fakes a resurrection, but Satan does not have the power to perform resurrection.

    Ray Gano

    No! Actually, I back that up with a couple points. First point is a lot of people point to and make an assumption that the Antichrist is being raised from the dead based on Revelation 13:3. You know John describes a beast with seven heads and that one of these seven heads has a mortal wound and is resurrected and everything. There is problems with this. I see in Revelation 13:1-3 that this is not the Antichrist. This actually represents the seven Gentile nations. And, in this I see it’s: Egypt, Assyria, Babylon, Medo-Persia, Greece, Rome, and the final kingdom or empire that has the wounded head. It is the one people totally disregard and forget about — the Ottoman Empire.

    Nathan Jones

    That’s a tough one. That could be a reference to the Roman Empire being wounded and being broken up for so many hundreds of years and reviving as the European Union. God does seem to like a lot of symbolism, though. If you look at the seven churches, the seven churches of Revelation were seven actually churches, they also represent time periods, and they also could be representative of the seven churches today. So, the Antichrist could very well have something that seems like he died and then rose again. But, Satan has no power over death. So, if it is a resurrection, it’s going to be another counterfeit resurrection, a counterfeit miracle.

    Todd Strandberg

    No. The healing of that wound is the Roman Empire in which it has two stages. I believe when someone dies you are in God’s hands. Only God can resurrect someone. I don’t think the False Prophet can bring him back to life.

    Don McGee

    I don’t believe the Antichrist is going to be killed and resurrected from the dead because only the Lord Jesus Christ has the power over death. If you look at those passages that have to do with the slaying or the mortal wound of the Antichrist, it says that John saw that he had a wound “as if” he had been slain. Not every mortal wound results in a fatality. People have been healed from wounds that would otherwise be mortal in nature, but for some reason they were not. And, I believe this is going to be a resuscitation more then anything else. I believe that it is going to be fakery. I believe that it is going to be trickery. It’s going to be one more thing in the arsenal of the Antichrist to convince the whole world that he is their Messiah.

    Ed Hindson

    I do not. I differ here from some other prophecy preachers. I think that passage that says in Revelation one of his heads was wounded unto death represents the multi-headed facets of the kingdom of the Antichrist in the last days. I don’t think that it is an individual that is attacked. I think that you have serious problems with saying Satan will have the power to resurrect the Antichrist. That is a power given only to God in Scripture. Now it may appear to be a resurrection if it is an individual attack, but not a real resurrection. It is a pseudo-miracle at best. I think that it actually represents the fact that part of his kingdom will be devastated and that part of the kingdom will be revived. Could that apply to a nation, for an example like Germany, that was totally destroyed and has now come back to power as a major leader in Europe and as part of the kingdom of the Antichrist of the end times… I think that is certainly a very real possibility.

    David Reagan

    I side with those who believe the Antichrist will not be killed and resurrected from the dead. I think the passage is speaking of the Roman Empire rising from the dead and not the Antichrist. But, if it is speaking of the Antichrist, I do not believe he will be resurrected from the dead. Instead, I believe his death and resurrection will be a deception using modern technology.”

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