(2nd update: New and improved Pastor Moss returns to YouTube)
(An update...well apparently Trinity UCC doesn't want their new pastor to be accountable for what he has said...they have been pulling their controversial videos of Otis Moss III off of Youtube. The transcript below is 100% accurate, taken from last summer's "Day of Decency" held in Chicago.)
Here's Barack Hussein Obama with his "official" denounciation of the remarks of his pastor for 20 years, Jeremiah Wright:
Now I call "Bullshit" on his assertion that he had never heard his pastor spew that garbage before (updated link via Ace of Spades...note the date of the article). C'mon. Obama's stated views in the San Antonio debate and his wife's big mouth tell me all I really need to know about what Barack Obama has learned from Pastor Wright.
Obama: "With the Reverend Wright's retirement and the ascension of my new pastor, Reverend Otis Moss III, Michelle and I look forward to continuing a relationship with a church that has done so much good..."
(Kudos to Trinity for every homeless person they have sheltered and for every hungry mouth they have fed)
Now about that new pastor; seems as if Pastor Moss isn't going to stray too far from Pastor Wright's messages of blaming the white man:
Moss: "When we begin to examine the fact that 70 percent of all hip-hop is purchased by suburban youth, and the reason that they don't mind the N-word, the B-word and the H-word is because it leads into the particular stereotype that the world has already created...
"What we are talking about are people in corporate boardrooms who are making money off of this music, making money off of this pain and not giving a dime to our community..."
Oh. I get it. It's the responsibility of these greedy corporations to give their profits back to the communties that these hip-hop artists allegedly exploit. It's about the money. Isn't it?
After all, as Moss asserts, hip-hop was a pure art form until it was corrupted by "The Man":
Moss: "But then something happened when a
Moss, continuing on his historical review of hip-hop: "But then something happened in 1984 at the same time that Time Warner/AOL and SONY and MCA realized they could make money off of this music, guess what, we will give you a contract and distribute your song if you put in the N-word, if you put in the H-word, if you put in the B-word...so when we talk about gangsta rap, we are not talking about something that came from the street, we are talking about what came from the corporate boardrooms...
"And the same time that gangsta rap rises, we also have crack hitting the streets...I'm not a conspiracy theorist, but it's mightily strange that gangsta rap and crack hit the same time in our community."
Interesting. I wonder what Barry has to say about that...