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New York pastor: Obama has released ‘homo demons’ on black men

Dr James David Manning says he supports anti-gay stance of Uganda, Nigeria and Gambia

James David Manning recently launched a broadside against American President Barack Obama, accusing him of releasing ‘homo demons’ on black men in a bid to turn them gay. Credit: (Atlah Worldwide Missionary Church
Obama administration opponent says the American president has released gay ‘demons’ to encourage black men to become gay. Atlah Worldwide Missionary Church on

“Obama has released the homo demons on the black man. Look out black woman. A white homo may take your man.”

That’s the message that the Atlah Worldwide Missionary Church has put up on a sign at its Harlem, New York, location.

Church pastor Dr James David Manning expanded on the message in a video that’s been posted on YouTube, saying that with the incarceration of black men and the “release” of the “homosexual demon” on black men, black women are finding it difficult to find partners to marry.

Manning claims that Obama’s hope is to “influence as many black males to subscribe to ideas . . . homosexual, perverted, LGBT, as possible.”

Manning pointed to the coming out of National Football League prospect Michael Sam and the National Basketball Association’s Jason Collins, whom he labelled an “alleged basketball player.” 

“Two blacks that have come out of the closet, they have received national acclaim from Obama, from Michelle ‘The Fist-Bumper’ Obama, from Oprah Winfrey, from all black people encouraging more black men to come out of the closet.”

Manning says the situation is having a “devastating effect” on black men and women. “The white homo is now moving into the black neighbourhoods looking for black men that have been converted into homosexuality.”

He says black women can’t compete against the financial clout or the interests of white gay men.

“A white homo usually has an American Express card, he usually has an opportunity at the theatre . . . they love to go out to dinner parties. They love that kind of a thing, so black woman, you can’t compete.”

He concludes his statement by saying that he supports the leadership of African countries like Uganda, Gambia and Nigeria, which have taken what he calls a “strong stand” against gay rights.