E.W. Jackson Calls for “Mass Exodus” from Democrat Party


MittRomneyCentral has published a number of extraordinarily powerful videos over the last three years. I believe this one belongs in that category. Yes, I know it is longer than one minute…sorry, but some messages need more time than a sound bite. This one does. You will be glad you heard this message I believe.

By the way, what prior presidential election do you remember in which so many African American leaders came out against the leader of the Democrat Party?

E. W. Jackson gave a speech at the National Press Club on September 10th that was never heard in the media because of the horrible news out of Libya and the Middle East that day and the following day. At time 0:40 he calls all those of Judeo-Christian values to lead a “mass exodus from the Democrat Party;” at 3:50 he states that the Democrat Party expects all its members to bow to it; At 4:40, he said the Democrat Party has declared war on Christianity; at 6:45 he speaks of lies, lies, lies to blacks of the ties between Planned Parenthood and the Democrat Party; at 10:35 he says this is “the beginning of a movement to call our country back to the faith of our founding fathers. Back to the values upon which they built this nation. Back to the truths upon which it was established. And back to the idea we can be one nation under God…”

Do you remember this piece from August 2nd written by Ben Collins?

At the press conference, Rev. William Owens, who is president and founder of the Coalition of African-Americans Pastors and the leader of the campaign, was joined by five other black regional pastors and said there were 3,742 African-American pastors on board for the anti-Obama campaign.

Rev. Owens states, “I am ashamed that the first black president chose this road, a disgraceful road.”

Is anybody listening? Or will 95% of all African Americans line up as lemmings behind Mr. Obama again as Jackson states? It is time to wake up America!

Hat Tip to Kevin Anderson for fleshing this speech out for MRC


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15 Responses to E.W. Jackson Calls for “Mass Exodus” from Democrat Party

  1. CS says:

    thank u, Bishop for ur Stand against everything Un~GODLY @ a crucial time in our nation, God Bless U and All who Stand w/U!

  2. AfricanforRomney says:

    The Dems party is very UN-democratic. The party is holidng the voters as hostages for many decades in the name of “we care for the poor” false propaganda. Most of them think he has already won anyway. I hope, his voters stays home on Nov 6.

    Romney/Ryan=Job Creator=Cares about ALL!

  3. Myrtiss Leslie says:

    I thank you as well Bishop Jackson for speaking the truth. We are all God’s children and we must stand together for what is right and put a stop to what is wrong in this country. God Bless America and all of it’s people!!

  4. Jerri DeCarolis says:

    It was so refreshing to hear you speak, Bishop Jackson. I feel uplifted and have a renewed hope in our country. God bless you.

  5. Cathy says:

    Powerful words from Bishop Jackson. All should listen to them and heed what he says. He’s calling for the black community and Jews to leave the Democratic party and be true to the teachings they’ve been taught. I hope this is seen and heard in every community, no matter what race, or ethnicity. Morality must triumph over immorality as we will all have to answer to a higher source.

  6. Donna Gibbons says:

    This was so powerful and inspiring. If only every person of color could hear and take to heart this message. This issue the Bishop focused on is only one of many that should have the whole country up in arms. We need to unite in prayer, faith and works to defeat Obama before we lose any more of our American values and freedoms.

  7. Ann says:

    Bishop Jackson is truly inspired of God and I pray that his words will sink deep in our hearts. Time for all God fearing Americans to pray for our nation and ask His blessings on all; especially on Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan as they travel throughout our country, asking for your vote. God bless America!

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  9. G. Brent Wynn says:

    Great talk and all truth and badly need in today’s world.

  10. rosenberg says:

    A letter to America’s rabbis —

    from Rabbi Dr. Bernhard Rosenberg

    letter from Rabbi Dr. Bernhard Rosenberg:

    To my fellow rabbis:

    I write to you at this time of dire trouble for our country and for Israel.

    Last week America was under attack. Our ambassador to Libya and three other Americans were slaughtered by Muslim extremists. This was not a spontaneous “protest” against an admittedly stupid video. This was an organized military assault, coordinated expressly for execution on September 11.

    Likewise, the “protests” in Cairo at the American embassy. Where our flag was shredded, and the black Islamist flag of al-Qaeda was raised in its place. Reliable sources say the US was forewarned of both attacks — probably by Israel. But America’s State Department ignored those warnings. Why?

    The Obama administration’s reactions to these outrages is sadly typical. The next day, Mr. Obama flew off to Las Vegas to raise funds. And our government still apologizes for that inane video — made by an Egyptian Coptic.

    Where is the leadership here? What has such ongoing appeasement gotten us? Mr. Obama once promised a “reset” of America’s relationship with Muslim nations. But the reality is far different. The Islamic world holds us in greater contempt than ever, seeing Obama’s America as weak and incapable, or unwilling, to defend our interests and our friends.

    On that note, Obama’s policy toward Israel has been a disgrace from the start. It’s as if his goal is to disenfranchise himself — and America — from the Jewish state. To make clear to the world that Israel, should they dare to defend their very existence, will go it alone. Such signals serve only to embolden Israel’s enemies — who are also our enemies.

    The same signal comes from Obama’s latest snub of Bibi Netanyahu — who was told that Obama will not have time to meet with him when the Israeli Prime Minister arrives in America this week. Meanwhile, Obama can regale on the David Letterman. And extend an open invitation to Egypt’s President Morsi.

    Such actions say a lot to the world. Can we stand silent any longer?

    To the 613 “Rabbis for Obama,” in light of the president’s most recent actions, I ask you: What have you got to say now? What are your excuses for President Obama now?

    I say this with all my heart. I cannot keep silent any longer. The voices of my father and my mother, survivors of Auschwitz and Buchenwald, compel me to speak out — with zeal.

    I urge you to consider the following:

    - Silence did not work in the 1930s, when the looming evils of Nazism could have been stopped in their tracks. Nor will it work today when Islamists, who deny the Holocaust, threaten another one in Israel.

    - Why does the United States say nothing about the daily denigration of Jews and Christians by imams worldwide?

    - Why do we tolerate an American media that continues to play dumb when our real interests, and our very lives, are at stake?

    - Why does America continue to send money (and excuse outstanding loans) to Morsi’s Egypt?

    - Why doesn’t America compel Morsi to uphold the peace treaty with Israel? To rein in Hamas? To act like a responsible, civil government?

    - And of utmost importance, why don’t we rabbis come together and insist that the Obama administration express — in words and in deeds — their unequivocal support for Israel during this most challenging of times?

    I started “Rabbis for Romney” as a counterweight to “Rabbis for Obama.” My message at first was not political. But the situation has evolved — or devolved — into one where the danger to Israel is more paramount than ever. Don’t kid yourselves. We are nearing the 11th hour.

    Please join me in my quest to see that America and Israel stay safe from the growing danger that’s all around us.

    We can no longer afford to stay silent. Let us make sure that “Never again” means “NEVER again.”

    Respectfully,

    Rabbi Bernhard Rosenberg

    Note: To join “Rabbis for Romney,” please contact Rabbi Bernhard Rosenberg at chaimdov@aol.com

    A letter to America’s rabbis —

    from Rabbi Dr. Bernhard Rosenberg

    letter from Rabbi Dr. Bernhard Rosenberg:

    To my fellow rabbis:

    I write to you at this time of dire trouble for our country and for Israel.

    Last week America was under attack. Our ambassador to Libya and three other Americans were slaughtered by Muslim extremists. This was not a spontaneous “protest” against an admittedly stupid video. This was an organized military assault, coordinated expressly for execution on September 11.

    Likewise, the “protests” in Cairo at the American embassy. Where our flag was shredded, and the black Islamist flag of al-Qaeda was raised in its place. Reliable sources say the US was forewarned of both attacks — probably by Israel. But America’s State Department ignored those warnings. Why?

    The Obama administration’s reactions to these outrages is sadly typical. The next day, Mr. Obama flew off to Las Vegas to raise funds. And our government still apologizes for that inane video — made by an Egyptian Coptic.

    Where is the leadership here? What has such ongoing appeasement gotten us? Mr. Obama once promised a “reset” of America’s relationship with Muslim nations. But the reality is far different. The Islamic world holds us in greater contempt than ever, seeing Obama’s America as weak and incapable, or unwilling, to defend our interests and our friends.

    On that note, Obama’s policy toward Israel has been a disgrace from the start. It’s as if his goal is to disenfranchise himself — and America — from the Jewish state. To make clear to the world that Israel, should they dare to defend their very existence, will go it alone. Such signals serve only to embolden Israel’s enemies — who are also our enemies.

    The same signal comes from Obama’s latest snub of Bibi Netanyahu — who was told that Obama will not have time to meet with him when the Israeli Prime Minister arrives in America this week. Meanwhile, Obama can regale on the David Letterman. And extend an open invitation to Egypt’s President Morsi.

    Such actions say a lot to the world. Can we stand silent any longer?

    To the 613 “Rabbis for Obama,” in light of the president’s most recent actions, I ask you: What have you got to say now? What are your excuses for President Obama now?

    I say this with all my heart. I cannot keep silent any longer. The voices of my father and my mother, survivors of Auschwitz and Buchenwald, compel me to speak out — with zeal.

    I urge you to consider the following:

    - Silence did not work in the 1930s, when the looming evils of Nazism could have been stopped in their tracks. Nor will it work today when Islamists, who deny the Holocaust, threaten another one in Israel.

    - Why does the United States say nothing about the daily denigration of Jews and Christians by imams worldwide?

    - Why do we tolerate an American media that continues to play dumb when our real interests, and our very lives, are at stake?

    - Why does America continue to send money (and excuse outstanding loans) to Morsi’s Egypt?

    - Why doesn’t America compel Morsi to uphold the peace treaty with Israel? To rein in Hamas? To act like a responsible, civil government?

    - And of utmost importance, why don’t we rabbis come together and insist that the Obama administration express — in words and in deeds — their unequivocal support for Israel during this most challenging of times?

    I started “Rabbis for Romney” as a counterweight to “Rabbis for Obama.” My message at first was not political. But the situation has evolved — or devolved — into one where the danger to Israel is more paramount than ever. Don’t kid yourselves. We are nearing the 11th hour.

    Please join me in my quest to see that America and Israel stay safe from the growing danger that’s all around us.

    We can no longer afford to stay silent. Let us make sure that “Never again” means “NEVER again.”

    Respectfully,

    Rabbi Bernhard Rosenberg

    Note: To join “Rabbis for Romney,” please contact Rabbi Bernhard Rosenberg at chaimdov@aol.com

  11. rosenberg says:

    The man behind “Rabbis for Romney.”

    My conversation with Rabbi Bernhard Rosenberg

    By Michael Podwill

    Exactly one week ago, my editorial, “About those ‘Rabbis for Obama,’ ” appeared in The DC Post. Read it here: http://thedcpost.com/?p=19350. On Labor Day, I had the privilege of speaking with Rabbi Bernhard Rosenberg, a gentleman who stands determined to create “Rabbis for Romney.”

    Before we spoke, I assumed that politics would be at the core of the rabbi’s conviction. It certainly is regarding my own sense that Barack Obama, on the basis of his pernicious presidential performance, by no means merits re-election. For the good of America and for America’s interests and allies worldwide, including Israel, I’m convinced that a Romney presidency will serve us far better.

    But Rabbi Rosenberg’s principal point is something else. This spiritual leader at Edison, New Jersey’s conservative Congregation Beth-El is emphatic in conveying that his interest in “Rabbis for Romney” is apolitical — at least in the conventional sense.

    “I’m not advocating here for either candidate,” the rabbi affirmed. What is it then that makes “Rabbis for Romney” so vital? Simply this: The rabbi wants Jews to be represented in a real and accurate light. When our media-dependent society hears only about “Rabbis for Obama,” the erroneous conclusion some might draw is that Jews unilaterally support Obama. That’s incorrect. While a big majority of Jewish votes (some 64%, according to a June Gallup poll) will indeed go Democratic, the remainder will go to Mr. Romney.

    The rabbi explained his position: “I want America and the world to know that it’s not just rabbis for one candidate only.” Again, he isn’t speaking as a political pollster. In a world of hardball, where “fairness” is just a politician’s hollow promise, the rabbi sees great danger in Democrats taking the Jewish vote for granted — and Republicans mistakenly assuming that Jewish support is beyond the pale.

    In short, Rabbi Rosenberg is determined to maximize the value of the Jewish vote to both sides. Let Democrats and Republicans alike earn Jewish support — through their words and deeds. That support should not be assumed by anyone — or any party. Be assured, the value of Jewish votes is indeed real. Though few in number, Jews are concentrated in critical states like New York, California and, of utmost importance this year, Florida. Then there’s this: The percentage of Jewish voters is enormous; eligible Jewish voters vote.

    The rabbi’s realpolitik approach is undoubtedly based upon personal history. His Polish-born parents endured the horrors of Buchenwald and Auschwitz. Somehow they survived, but their own parents and their children were massacred by Hitler’s Nazis. After the war, the couple were sent to a displaced persons camp in Regensburg, Germany where, 64 years ago, their son Bernhard was born. Four years later, this family, these survivors, made their way to a new life in America.

    Today, Rabbi Rosenberg is a Holocaust scholar and his books include two acknowledged classics: “Theological and Halakhic References on the Holocaust” and “Contemplating the Holocaust.” Having suffered first hand from the darkest ravages of anti-Semitism, the rabbi is determined to do all he can to ensure another Holocaust won’t happen.

    “I don’t want Jews pegged as being on one side or another,” the rabbi said, “because as history so often teaches us, that ultimately leads to anti-Semitism.” Today, we have to be more vigilant than ever — because anti-Semitism is on the rise again — in America and worldwide. And yes, despite the timeless admonition of “Never again,” another Holocaust can happen for sure.

    As I wrote last week, it’s my belief that “Rabbis for Obama” is, more than anything, a well-funded political/PR phenomenon. Any way you look at it, Rabbi Rosenberg’s “Rabbis for Romney” is surely going against the popular grain, and against a media monolith. You might call him David against an organizational Goliath. But the rabbi bears an important message. And you can be sure that his message will be heard.

    Note: To join “Rabbis for Romney,” please contact

    Rabbi Bernhard Rosenberg at chaimdov@aol.com

    Michael Podwill’s Viewpoints appear in The DC Post on Tuesdays and Thursdays. He is a freelance writer and a creative marketing/advertising consultant. He can be reached at mpodwill@aol.com or on Twitter @Michaelpodwill.

  12. rosenberg says:

    CAIRO — A fiery tirade against Jews by the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood’s leader highlights one of the foremost diplomatic challenges facing the country’s new Islamist President Mohammed Morsi as he balances popular sentiment with the need for security relations with Israel.

    The Brotherhood’s supreme leader, Mohammed Badie, called on Muslims worldwide last week to defend Jerusalem, saying “Zionists only know the way of force.” He said that Jews were spreading “corruption,” had slaughtered Muslims and desecrated holy sites.

    Read more: Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood plays to anti-Israel sentiment – The Denver Post http://www.denverpost.com/nationworld/ci_21767927/egypts-muslim-brotherhood-plays-anti-israel-sentiment#ixzz29H4koBAf
    Read The Denver Post’s Terms of Use of its content: http://www.denverpost.com/termsofuse

    WHEN will we Jews wake up.? This is Adolph HITLER AND THE NAZIS PARTY. Here in America most were silent while six million JEWS DIED. WE WERE SILENT. NEVER AGAIN. Tell your Rabbi and Jewish leaders to speak up. Tell you non-Jewish friends to speak out. Where are the youth, especially our college kids. Where are the protests of the 60′s . Why is Israel not a major issue to MOST Jews in this election. Another Holocaust can and will happen if IRAN AND ITS NEIGHBORS ARE NOT STOPPED. EGYPT IS

    WE MUST FIGHT TO SAVE ISRAEL. ANOTHER HOLOCAUST MAY OCCUR. I FOR ONE , CHILD OF HOLOCAUST SURVIVORS, WHO LOST SIBLINGS, GRANDPARENTS, AUNTS AND UNCLES, and cousins WILL FIGHT WITH ALL MY MIGHT. ELECT ROMNEY . DO YOU TRUST OBAMA? DO YOU WANT YOUR KIDS OR GRANDCHILDREN TO GROW UP LIKE ME WITH THE MEMORIES OF THE HOLCAUST ANDA FAMILY DESTROYED.? The extremist muslims are the new nazis. I HAVE THE GUTS TO SAY THIS BECAUSE IT IS TRUE.

    RABBI DR. BERNHARD ROSENBERG EDISON NJ 08817

  13. linda james says:

    Bishop E.W. Jackson: thanks for your message asking people to stand up for JESUS. and for encouraging other to do the same. In the Old Testments state: IF MY PEOPLE WILL TURN FROM THEIR WICKED WAYS. AND CALL ON MY NAME, THEN WILL I HEAR FROM HEAVEN. I will heal their land. This is the only way out of this mess.This has been my prayer. thanks again.

  14. rosenberg says:

    —–

    Subject: Fwd: Lori, re: Rabbis For Romney – Surprising Leadership

    The Sheer, Small-L Liberalism of ‘Rabbis for Romney’

    The man behind that organization is not a partisan individual. He’s a registered Democrat, who didn’t want there to be rabbis united for only one candidate.

    By: Lori Lowenthal Marcus

    Published: October 22nd, 2012

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    Rabbi Bernhard Rosenberg

    Despite recent polls suggesting Jews may not be voting as a monolithic bloc for the Democratic ticket, at least in this presidential race, it still has to be lonely being a rabbi who has publicly committed to supporting Mitt Romney for U.S. president. And it must be even lonelier for someone who publicly committed to creating an organization called “Rabbis for Romney.”

    But when you talk to the man behind that organization, you discover that not only is he not lonely, he is not a particularly partisan individual. In fact, he’s a registered Democrat, whose sole purpose for starting Rabbis for Romney is that he didn’t want there to be rabbis united for only one candidate, when he knows that there are Jews who also support Romney.

    And while, unlike Rabbis for Obama, Rabbis for Romney does not boast hundreds of members, Rabbi Bernhard Rosenberg is confident that the hundreds of hours and thousands of emails he has written has had an impact. He knows there are people who are just a little bit better informed because of the efforts he and his dozens of volunteers have put in.

    Rabbi Rosenberg makes it very clear that he is not a conspiracy theorist and he insists that “the president of the United States deserves our respect,” he explained to The Jewish Press.

    CONTINUE READING: http://www.jewishpress.com/news/us-news/the-sheer-small-l-liberalism-of-rabbis-for-romney/2012/10/22/

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