A good priest, who has a Ph. D. in Theology, once told me that a prophet is someone who speaks the truth, boldly. By that definition, Dr. and Rev. James David Manning surely is a prophet, just like the fiery prophets of the Old Testament.
Rev. Manning is the black pastor of the Atlah World Missionary Church in Harlem, New York, and a determined thorn in the side of the Imposter in the White House. From May 14-19, 2010, Rev. Manning will convene a trial of Barack Obama and Columbia University. Manning says he has solid evidence that Obama had never attended Columbia as he claims, which makes the B.A. diploma that Columbia awarded him fraudulent.
In this latest video of Dr. Manning, he says that at the trial, testimony from a “high-ranking government official,” with documentation, will be introduced. All are welcome to attend the trial. I only wish I lived in New York or at least on the East coast!
H/t American Grand Jury.
And here’s Dr. Manning asking “What’s Wrong With Black People?” I just love this fearless truth-telling man. He actually said this:
“Black people have never made any major contribution to the world…. We need to talk about this, we need to find out why. Simply by saying the white man has been keeping you from doing this ain’t good enough. First of all, it’s a lie. And second, I’d be ashamed to admit it if it were true….”
We need to pray for this prophet — that he be protected from all harm.