Professor’s Book Hails ‘Apostle Barack,’ Compares Him to Jesus

The Gospel According to Apostle Barack” is the title of a book penned by a Florida A&M University professor who compares Jesus with Obama and says God told her in a dream to write it.

Professor Barbara Thompson, its author, told the school’s student newspaper during a book signing Tuesday that the 220-page undertaking, largely a compilation of his speeches, was a result of divine inspiration:

“Her son … was the impetus behind the book. After a bad accident, Barbara Thompson prayed for her son to be healed. After her son’s healing, she had a dream when the spirit of God spoke to her and told her to ‘go on a journey with apostle Barack.’ …

Apostle, a leader with a new cause, is how Thompson defines Obama.

“He walks the earth for a more equalized, more middle class and working poor society,” she said. She compared apostle Barack to apostles like Jesus and Martin Luther King Jr.”

… (During her book signing event) she provided a complete breakdown of the good that has happened during the President’s 4-year term. Healthcare, the economy, education and federal initiatives interests are the ‘Good news’ from the apostle.”

Wait for it … it gets a little nuttier than that.

According to its description on, the book is:

“… it is the intent of the author to utilize the materials contained in the speeches as a means of teaching Apostle Barack’s followers about him and guiding them towards understanding ‘politics as religion’ and ‘religion as politics.’ The manuscript would also serve as a guide for his followers – to unlock the answers – 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.’ ”

In the original article, the closing paragraph is a quote that is reminescent of the Hitler and Stalin regimes:

“I learned a lot,” Jacobs said. “Everyone’s working toward a common goal to meet an interest. It’s not an individual pursuit for democrats, republicans and rich and poor, we’re working together.”

The collective hive mind. Star Trek fans remember the Borg.

But resistance is not only far from futile, resistence is built in to the human nature. Central planning and top down dictatorships will always implode, decline, bankrupt themselves, or fade away.

But the pain for the meantime will be felt big. There may be lots of injections of political morphine –Big Brother propaganda– to alleviate the pain, by which I mean lots of blaming the rich, a psy-war misdirection technique.

Germans welcomed Hitler and got their due for it, the ones who rushed to the new Reich, and they are sorry for it, and history will tell whether any of us remember, and that includes Jews, Christians, atheists, all of us…

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