Obama’s Pastor Jeremiah Wright: ‘Jesus was a Palestinian’

The controversial religious leader Jeremiah Wright compared Native Americans to Palestinians at the 20th anniversary of the Million Man March on the National Mall on Saturday, going so far as to assert that “Jesus was a Palestinian.”

Wright, who once served as pastor to President Obama, was one of several hours’ worth of speakers in Washington, D.C., for an event called “Justice or Else!” that sought to channel the energy of the Black Lives Matter movement. Wright placed the event in historical context.

  • dance…dancetotheradio

    And Jeremiah Wright is an American hating nigger.

  • Brett_McS

    And Jesus was a Jew. So the real Palestinians are …the Jews.

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  • Jesus was a palestinian geographically-speaking. All the tribes of Israel lived in an area that was geographically referred to as “palestine”, thousands of years ago. But it has nothing to with what “Palestine” means today — a polity established millenia after the Jews were first there.

    But let’s pretend that the illiterate Jeremiah Wright is correct about his history. I guess that means that “Palestine” should belong to Jesus and his followers, and by extension it should belong to the Jews because Jesus was a Jew. Thanks for giving us another good reason to kick out the Muslims, Jeremiah.

    Poor old Jeremiah is just “kicking against pricks” as the ancient scripture says. He can’t get away from it — the poor sot even has a Judeo-Christian name.

    • Norman_In_New_York

      “Palestine” was a name imposed by imperial Rome on what was Judea, the land of the Jews. Those who now call themselves Palestinians are Arabs. Their fatherland is Arabia, against which Jews have no claim nor do they seek any.

      Otherwise, you are correct that the Rev. Wright is a bigot and an ignoramus. However, thanks to him, I got turned off from supporting Obama and should therefore be grateful that he waved a red flag at the voting booth and enabled me to preserve my conscience.

      • Thanks for clarifying that point — definitely a misnomer using “palestine” in reference to the Jews. And in reference to Christians too — Jesus wasn’t a Roman either.

      • Raymond Hietapakka

        …you have to be one seriously f***ed up idiot to believe in most of the garbage filling his coconut…

        • Norman_In_New_York

          That perfectly describes Obama.

      • Topposter

        Palestine derives from the ancient Greek word for Israel, as used by Aristotle and his contemporaries. The common wisdom says it was derived from Philistinia but that is not correct, the Greeks had a unique word for Philistinia. So in fact the Arabs are calling themselves Israeli’s in ancient Greek. 🙂 Look up “When Israel meant Palestine” by David Jacobson if you’re interested.

        Wright is right, the Jews are the real Palestinians.

        • Okay then, but that means that the Arabs are NOT the real palestinians and have no claim to the land. Wright was trying to imply the opposite, and bring Jesus into the mix to whip up Christian support for his radical pro-Hamas, anti-Israel ideology.

        • Norman_In_New_York

          Israel meant Palestine during the British mandate. Its present name wasn’t chosen until independence.

  • Maggat

    Jesus may have been a palestinian, which I doubt, but Wright IS an idiot.

    • Frances

      Jesus may have been a palestinian, but he was also a practicing and observant Jew. There were serious discussions in the early Christian church as to just how observant the early Christians had to be to the Jewish laws. Matters got really fraught when non-Jews sought to become Christian. The Rev. really needs to read Acts.

  • Dana Garcia

    When the Challenger blew up in 1986, a lot of the debris came down around Palestine, Texas. I remember thinking at the time that it was named for Jesus’ geographic home, not to honor Yasser Arafat.

  • mauser 98

    Palestinian? Jesus? …. just move me where the white folk be

    “Trinity United purchased a lot in Tinley Park, a predominantly white Chicago suburb, and built Wright a 10,340-square-foot (961 m2) home valued at $1.6 million.[41][42]”


  • John

    I bet the good reverend couldn’t even find Israel on a map.

  • Raymond Hietapakka

    The only sole, single, real, truthful thing from those people is the dump they take in the morning…

  • Maurixio Garciasanchez

    Every religion has their supreme leader who came to this world to clean our sins , Jesus , Buddha , Mohammed , Brahma etc .

  • Kathy Nelson

    What is this bull manure? There are no “palestinians”. The person referred to as Jesus was a Jew and a prince of the House of David. He impersonated a messiah to try and get the Romans off the backs of the Jews. That pissed off the Jewish elders and got him executed by the Romans.

    There never was any state or place officially designated as palestine. Jeremiah Wright is nothing but an ignorant, bottom-dwelling parasite not worth anyone’s notice.

  • Billy Bob Thornton

    Wright is 100% correct either the world is against violence or for violence and the Americans since WW2 have invaded 50+ nations. I am 100% in agreement with Wright because the US has condoned torture and other methods as well, so they have sense of morality.

    Palestinians are suffering in Gaza and it is a Warsaw Ghetto. Zionism is equivalent to Nazism.

    • Billy Bob Thornton

      no sense of morality is what the US is all about*