African-American church leader accuses Obama of releasing ‘homo demons’

'Obama has released the homo demons on the black man. Look out black women. A white homo may take your man'

African-American church leader accuses Obama of releasing ‘homo demons’
28 February 2014

James David Manning is not a fan of USA President Barack Obama, basketball player Jason Collins, and National Football League draft prospect Michael Sam.

Additionally, the pastor of ATLAH World Missionary Church, located in New York City, cares little for ‘white homos.’

ATLAH is located in Harlem, a predominately black neighborhood, and Manning is certain there is a connection between Collins and Sam coming out and black women being unable to find husbands.

As a ‘direct action’ against this wildfire of black men turning gay, Manning put the following on the church’s announcement sign:

‘Obama has released the homo demons on the black man. Look out black women. A white homo may take your man.’

In a video from a Village Voice article, Manning delves more into the reasoning behind the message.

‘Obama has released these demons,’ the pastor begins, ‘Particularly upon the black males. This homosexual demon hoping to enforce as many black males to subscribe to ideas that homosexual perverted LGBT as possible [sic].’

‘So we have the outing of people like Jason Collins, who is an alleged basketball player, and Michael Sam, a football player,’ the rant continues. ‘Two blacks that have come out of the closet and have received national acclaim from Obama, from Michelle "the fist bumper" Obama, from Oprah Winfrey, from all black people encouraging more black men to come out of the closet.’

All of these black men taking their gay marching orders from Obama are ‘being scooped up by white homos.’

The pastor then talks directly to black women:

‘You’ll have a very hard time competing against a white homosexual male,’ he explains. ‘He’s usually got money. A white homo usually has an American Express card. He usually has an opportunity at the theater. Homos love the theater. They love to go out to dinner parties…As a black women you can’t compete…with the financial strength of a white homo…’

Manning has raved before. Late last year he interviewed fellow non compos mentis Mia Marie Pope. The good lady claimed she and Obama were schoolmates in the late 1970s, and Barry, as he was known then, was the sexual toy of older gay white men.

Below is a video clip. At the end the fanatic, with the obsession about gay interracial sex, gives a shout out to Uganda’s anti-gay laws.




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