Barack Obama Cult?

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“Those who do not learn from history are doomed to repeat it.”

~George Santayana


Excuse the duplicate videos but Google who supports Obama, keeps taking down videos that are critical of Obama.

Obama – Building a Religion


 Barack Obama: The Cult Of Personality


Cult Of Obama – Missouri Youths’ Militaristic Obama Chant


Obama Military Youth Brigade March in Formation



Children singing to Obama!


Children Sing Praises To Their Parent’s Political Messiah—Heil Obama—Fascism Is Coming To America


Fuhrer Obama Hitler Youth – Sing for Change


Fuhrer Obama Hitler Youth – Sing for Change

Mind Control Cults


Obama: The Cult of Personality


China Great Leap Forward Mao Zedong


Chinese economic planning under Mao part 1of 2


Chinese economic planning under Mao part 2 of 2


At first I thought Barack Obama was just a friendly fellow and nice guy who gave a good motivational speech that connected with his political liberal progressive leftist supporters.

As a libertarian and member of the conservative movement I would never even consider voting for Senator Liberal 2007.


Obama: Most Liberal Senator In 2007 

“Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill., was the most liberal senator in 2007, according to National Journal’s 27th annual vote ratings. The insurgent presidential candidate shifted further to the left last year in the run-up to the primaries, after ranking as the 16th- and 10th-most-liberal during his first two years in the Senate.

Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, D-N.Y., the other front-runner in the Democratic presidential race, also shifted to the left last year. She ranked as the 16th-most-liberal senator in the 2007 ratings, a computer-assisted analysis that used 99 key Senate votes, selected by NJ reporters and editors, to place every senator on a liberal-to-conservative scale in each of three issue categories. In 2006, Clinton was the 32nd-most-liberal senator. …”

How They Scored


The more I thought about and viewed both the comments of his supporters and their devotion, the word cult followers and cult personality were coming to mind.

Seems like others were making the same connection as well. 


Obama Supporters a Cult? 


ABC News, February 07, 2008

And Obama Wept
by Jake Tapper

“Inspiration is nice. But some folks seem to be getting out of hand.

It’s as if Tom Daschle descended from on high saying, “Be not afraid;
for behold I bring you good tidings of great joy which shall be to all
the people: for there is born to you this day in the city of Chicago a
Savior, who is Barack the Democrat.”

Obama supporter Kathleen Geier writes that she’s “getting increasingly
weirded out by some of Obama’s supporters. On listservs I’m on, some
people who should know better – hard-bitten, not-so-young cynics, even
– are gushing about Barack… “


Obama: A Movement Not A Cult

“Something I read today has really drawn my ire.

In Jake Trapper’s “And Obama Wept,” he offers the viewpoint that “Obama supporters’ exuberance seems to be getting a little out of hand.” He points out others — like Felix Gillette, James Wolcott, Joe Klein and Kathleen Geier — who share the same POV. Some even go as far as to blast Obama supporters for worshiping him like he’s Jesus. …”


The Obama Cult of Nonthreatening Personality

By Ray Robison

“Barack Obama strikes nearly everyone as a nice guy. Part of that appeal is a distinct absence of aggression. Normally, when we think about charismatic political leaders, the mind conjures up dynamism, vocal modulation. He doesn’t need them. Perhaps the drama of his background is enough.

His now-legendary ability to inspire crowds is no doubt a complex phenomenon, but his smile and his disposition certainly have their magnetism for those of us who long for racial healing. He has crafted an image of someone who wants to get along with everyone. …”


Barack’s Trinity Church (Part 1 of 2)


 Barack’s Trinity Church (Part 2 of 2)


Focus Group Tells Us Why They Are Voting For Barack Obama


Seattle Voters Explain Support for Obama


Run Ronnie Run – cult leader  


Eventually all the inspiring words will be parsed closely.

What sounds like inspiring words may well be his down fall as people finally wake up to the fact they are electing a President of The United States and not joining a new age feel good cult or movement.

More government programs and higher taxes is not change for the better.

Obama’s plans and programs are back to the past failed programs of the progressive liberal left.

Once the American people wake up to his voting record in the Senate, they will not elect Senator Liberal.

Obama is very old wine turned to vinegar marketed in a new bottle and labeled Yes We Can–spit it out.

Drinking the kool aid of a socialist cult leader can be harmful to your health.

Don’t bet your life and property on hope and change.


Living Colour-Cult Of Personality


Background Articles and Videos

Motivational speaker 

“A motivational speaker is a professional speaker who makes speeches intending to lift up and motivate their audiences. …” 



Messiah (Hebrew: מָׁשִיַח, Standard Mašíaḥ Tiberian Māšîªḥ; Aramaic: משיחא, Aramaic/Syriac: ܡܫܺܝܚܳܐ, Məšîḥā; Arabic: المسيح‎, al-Masīḥ) Literally, Messiah means “The Anointed (One)”, typically someone anointed with holy anointing oil. Figuratively, anointing is done to signify being chosen for a task; so, Messiah means “The Chosen (One)”, particularly someone divinely chosen.

In Jewish messianic tradition and eschatology, Messiah refers to a future King of Israel from the Davidic line, who will rule the people of united tribes of Israel[1] and herald the Messianic Age[2]. In Standard Hebrew, The Messiah is often referred to as מלך המשיח, Méleḫ ha-Mašíaḥ (in the Tiberian vocalization pronounced Méleḵ haMMāšîªḥ), literally meaning “the Anointed King.”

Christians believe that prophecies in the Hebrew Bible refer to a spiritual savior, and believe Jesus to be that Messiah (Christ). In the (Greek) Septuagint version of the Old Testament, khristos was used to translate the Hebrew מָשִׁיַח (Mašíaḥ,), meaning “anointed.” [3]

In Islam, Jesus (Isa) is also called the Messiah (Masih)[4], but like in Judaism he is not considered to be the Son of God in a literal sense.

The Septuagint translation of the Hebrew Bible into Greek translates all thirty-nine instances of the word messiah as Christos. The New Testament records the Greek transliteration Μεσσίας, Messias, twice, in John 1:41 and 4:25. …”


God complex

“…The French Revolution may well, in the opinion of some, illustrate the destructiveness of arrogant reforms attributable to god complexes. The purported god-like intention of intellectuals to reinvent the world, and in particular the retroactively claimed god complex of Napoleon Bonaparte, may have been in some opinions the catalyst for the twenty years of war that ensued. A collective god complex, rooted in the utopianism of the French Enlightenment, is considered by some to have led to the reign of terror that afflicted all of Europe beginning in the late 18th century. …”


The Secret

The Secret, a film[1] produced by Prime Time Productions, consists of a series of interviews and dramatizations related to “The Law of Attraction”. Distributed through DVD, and online (through streaming media), the film and the subsequent publication of a book by the same name and of the same topic as the film, has attracted interest from media figures such as Oprah Winfrey, Ellen DeGeneres, and Larry King as well as criticism from the mainstream press. The film is largely influenced by Wallace D. Wattles’ 1910 book The Science of Getting Rich. …”


The Secret


Cult typically refers to a cohesive social group devoted to beliefs or practices that the surrounding culture considers outside the mainstream, with a notably positive or negative popular perception. In common or populist usage, “cult” has a positive connotation for groups of art, music, writing, fiction, and fashion devotees,[1] but a negative connotation for new religious, extreme political, questionable therapeutic, and pyramidal business groups.[2] For this reason, most, if not all, non-fan groups that are called cults reject this label. …”


Political Cult

Political cult is a term used to describe some groups on what is generally considered to be the political fringe. Although the majority of groups to which the term “cult” (currently often used as a pejorative term according to some comparative religion scholars[1] [2]) is sometimes applied are religious in nature, a number are non-religious and focus either on secular self-improvement[3] [4] [5] [6] or on political action and ideology.[7]


Cult of Personality

 “A cult of personality or personality cult arises when a country’s leader uses mass media to create a heroic public image through unquestioning flattery and praise. Cults of personality are often found in dictatorships but can be found in some democracies as well.

A cult of personality is similar to general hero worship except that it is created specifically for political leaders. However, the term may be applied by analogy to refer to adulation of non-political leaders. …”

“…Generally, personality cults are most common in regimes with totalitarian systems of government, that seek to radically alter or transform society according to revolutionary new ideas. Often, a single leader becomes associated with this revolutionary transformation, and he becomes treated as a benevolent “guide” for the nation, without whom the transformation to a better future cannot occur. This has been generally the justification for personality cults that arose in totalitarian societies of the 20th Century, such as that of Adolf Hitler and Mao Zedong. …”


Jim Jones’ followers enthralled by his skills as a speaker



“…CNN) — The key to understanding the tragedy that was Jonestown lies in the oratory skills of the Peoples Temple founder, Jim Jones.

With the cadence and fervor of a Baptist preacher, the charm and folksiness of a country storyteller and the zeal and fury of a maniacal dictator, Jones exhorted his followers to a fever pitch, audiotapes recovered from Jonestown reveal.

As he spoke, they applauded, shouted, cheered. One follower who survived the “revolutionary suicide” at Jonestown on November 18, 1978, said that Jones was the most dynamic speaker he had ever heard.

Like all powerful speakers, Jones’ greatest asset was his ability to determine what listeners wanted to hear and give it to them in simple language that appealed to them on an almost instinctual level.

“He was very charismatic, very charismatic,” said Leslie Wilson, who survived that fateful day in Jonestown by walking away from the settlement before the cyanide that killed more than 900 Peoples Temple members was distributed. She was one of 33 people who began the day in Jonestown and lived to tell the tale.

“He could quote scripture and turn around and preach socialism,” she said. “He appealed to anyone on any level at any time.” 

Many of his followers were elderly African-Americans drawn to his cause by his soulful delivery and Pentecostal preaching style, including at times speaking in tongues. That hair-raising fervor was perhaps only overshadowed by what he said. …”


Jonestown: Massacre News Reel


Jonestown: The Life and Death of Peoples Temple Parte 1


Jonestown: The Life and Death of Peoples Temple Parte 2


Jonestown: The Life and Death of Peoples Temple Parte 3


Jonestown: The Life and Death of Peoples Temple Parte 4


Jonestown: The Life and Death of Peoples Temple Parte 5


Jonestown: The Life and Death of Peoples Temple Parte 6


Jonestown: The Life and Death of Peoples Temple Parte 7


Jonestown: The Life and Death of Peoples Temple Parte 8


Jonestown: The Life and Death of Peoples Temple Parte 9


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