The Inspirational Gospel Choir of Eugene, who received public funding, may be interested in knowing former Miss Universe, Alicia Machado, accused presidential candidate, Donald Trump, of using the black church – and Jesus – to defeat our nations first woman candidate for the highest office in the land.
“Yes, he don’t like that people either,” she said. “He’s trying to make up distractions and now he’s in the churches. He’s ridiculous.”
For this reason I give a link to the original post wherein I reported on Krysta Albert’s denigration of black people, and Miss Oregon, who is a black woman. The Choir put on a show at the Hult that accredited the advancement of the black race to Gospel music. However, owning the Right to Vote, has to top the list of blessings, that I doubt came from Jesus-God, for this entity did not bid our Founding Fathers to free the slaves. Nor Did the Black, or White Jesus, bid these Fathers to pass a law giving women the right to vote. There is no Constitutional Right for any religious body to DICTATE civic laws and practices, nor interfere with Freedom of the Press. It is clear some black Christians have selfishly used Trump to get publicity. This selfishness caused Trump to rise in the polls.
“The Nineteenth Amendment is identical to the Fifteenth Amendment, except that the Nineteenth prohibits the denial of suffrage because of sex and the Fifteenth because of “race, color, or previous condition of servitude”. Colloquially known as the “Anthony Amendment”,
The Choir backs the secular efforts of NAACP President, Eric Richardson, who helped get the Mim’s house registered as a historic monument. Now that THE CHURCH has come out of its religious sanctuary to bless the politics of Trump, no religious group can strike out at any secular object, then run back into the church and cry;
“I listened to a few comments from him when he was my boss, but I don’t want to talk about it because it’s too much rude for the black community, and I respect a lot of things,” she said.
Machado, who is from Venezuela, said her experience with Trump made her deeply suspicious of his recent efforts to appeal to minority voters during his presidential campaign.”
What is truly astounding, is Jesus Rabbi Kirt Schneider prays over Trump, and, has gone into Africa with his Mission Statement. Consider the Zulu Nazarite Church, that is my church. Why didn’t the Choir pray over me? Instead they threaten to sue me, bully me, shoot me, do whatever it takes to censor me! What gives them the right?
Has anybody on the Choir’s “friends” list, considered running for office? I have considered running for the Mayor of Springfield. How selfish of me!
Isn’t it amazing to see so many well known Christian leaders in the same room, praying with Donald Trump? This is a great sign that after Obama, there is still hope for America!
What do you think of this video of Trump praying? Please leave us a comment (below) and tell us what you think.
Conservative Republican Donald Trump is leading in all the polls by historic margins. Trump, who is a Presbyterian, recently held a meeting with 40 religious leaders at his Trump Towers office. Christian Pastor David Jeremiah along with television evangelist Jan Crouch, Pastor Darrell Scott, and Jews for Jesus Rabbi Kirt Schneider.
Back in December, after Natriana Shorter, who is African-American, won the crown for Miss Oregon, Albert commented on a KEZI news story that, “I know this is going to sound racist and it’s not my intention. But I can’t help but think it’s awfully strange that a woman of color would represent [the] state of Oregon. The state that has one of the smallest amount of minorities of any race compared to other states. And yes, she is very beautiful.”
Above is a photo of me at Festival of Eugene, taken by my childhood friend, Marilyn Reed, the President of Inspirational Sounds that sang at Albert’s event. I took the photo of piano player, Chris Stubbs, and Kathy Vrzak, the Director. She and her husband, Jerry, put on an outstanding African Culture event at the Hult. Marilyn is married to Jazz Artist, Kenny Reed of Stone Cold Jazz. I have been video taping this choir for years. I have felt their soul since 1988. They should take over our celebration.
““Natriana Shorter, 25, is from Eugene, Oregon. She is currently a Business Management and Leadership student with hopes of having her own non-profit organization.”
I think Natriana should talk with Sarah Judd of Willamalane about a long-lasting Eugene Celebration. Yesterday, Willamalane held a Children’s Festival. In just a little while, they will be grownups – who still own a dream!
If the crown and the glass slipper, fit – wear it! On her FB, we see Natriana holding up her Miss Oregon crown to one of our beautiful waterfalls!
Eric Richardson’s daughter Mtima, got married two days ago. You will find a beautiful photograph of her in her wedding dress, that Marilyn altered. Eric is President of the NAACP. We talked about him speaking in our community room about the hurdles being encountered in a neighborhood that is becoming diverse. If this happens, I am going to invite Terrell and Sarah.
“All’s well, that ends well!”
“The Oregon Bill of Rights had an exclusion clause prohibiting African Americans from being in the state, owning property or making contracts.
While the exclusion clause was no longer being officially enforced, the language remained in Oregon’s constitution until 2002.
“When we talk about the University of Oregon, this place right here [The Mims house] housed football players who couldn’t stay on campus,” Lyllye Parker, a past resident of the house and member of the Congress of Racial Equality, said. “Not because they couldn’t afford it — they were on scholarship — but because they were black.”