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        And saying is Yahweh Elohim [the Lord God] to Cain, Where is Abel, your brother?”

        And saying is he, “I do not know. The keeper of my brother am I?”

                                                                                                                          Genesis 4:9

Senator Barack Obama’s keynote address at the 2004 Democratic National Convention catapulted his slick persona into our American consciousness virtually overnight. His resonant rhetoric continued for ten mesmerizing minutes before he got to the heart of who he is, and what he believes makes America “work”:

It is that fundamental belief—It is that fundamental belief: I am my brother’s keeper, I am my sister’s keeper that makes this country work. It’s what allows us to pursue our individual dreams and yet still come together as one American family.

That’s the first I’d ever heard that being “my brother’s keeper” is what makes this country work. I thought it was our Judeo-Christian values, our love of liberty, our free speech and free press, our entrepreneurial spirit, and our respect for the rule of law as a constitutional republic.

If Obama had wished to express the idea that we Americans believe we should love and care for each other in accord with the will of God, he had many inspirational words at his disposal from Scripture. He could have quoted Moses, or Isaiah, or King David in the Psalms, or Christ in one of the four accounts of His life; or he could have quoted from Paul, Christ’s chosen apostle to the nations. Instead, Obama selected the deceptive words uttered by Cain, duplicitous and sarcastic words rolled into a phony excuse to deflect attention from his lie about the whereabouts of his brother whom he had just murdered. The words “brother’s keeper” or “keeper of my brother” appear nowhere else in the Bible. Only Cain uttered the phrase. Never are we urged by the inspired Word of our Creator to be our “brother’s keeper.”

The Way of Cain

The word keeper in the Hebrew has an imprisoning, not a liberating connotation. The Hebrew word translated keeper is shamar, defined by Strong’s Exhaustive Concordance of the Bible as “to hedge about (as with thorns), i.e. guard.” Cain meant, “Do you expect me to control my brother, to run his life?” What fascinates Obama about the words of Cain is this idea of control. We’ll see presently that Obama boasts of praying to himself for that same kind of control over others. Being one’s brother’s and sister’s keeper is another way of expressing Karl Marx’s totalitarian communist idea of the “dictatorship of the proletariat.” . . .

The modern political manifestation of the way of Cain is the atheistic philosophy of Marxism, and Barack Obama is a Marxist. His mother was a Marxist. His childhood mentor, Frank Marshall Davis, was a Marxist and a card-carrying member of the Communist Party USA. Most of his college professors were Marxists. He sat under the tutelage of Marxist Jeremiah Wright for twenty years. Marxist Wright performed the ceremony marrying Barack and Michelle, and he baptized their children. Barack Obama talks like a Marxist and acts like a Marxist, while hiding behind the charade of being a “committed Christian.”

To Obama and most other Marxists, the end justifies the means. The means are deceptions and pretensions disguising the end that these Marxists have in view: a socialist paradise, ruled by them, without God’s disturbing presence. As we shall see by his own ham-fisted admissions, what has filled Obama’s heart and inspired his life are not the words of Christ, but rather, the words of Cain and Marx. Obama tries to hide his atheism and his Marxism under a cloak of professed Christianity, but to the discerning mind, it does not work. As M. Scott Peck pointed out in his great book, The People of the Lie, “The unconscious, however, has a beautiful and tenacious tendency to speak the truth” (p. 169) . . .

    Marxism is atheistic and materialistic. Christianity is God-revering, and spiritual. One cannot be a Marxist and a Christian. The phrases “Marxist Christian” and “Christian Marxist” are both oxymorons, with the emphasis, for those who think that such an accommodation of opposites is possible, on “morons.” One can, however, be a Marxist pretending to be a Christian. “The One,” as Oprah referred to Obama, is a Marxist and a Cainite pretending to be a Christian . . .

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Barack Obama:

What I pray for is the strength and the wisdom to be able to act on those things that I can control. And that’s what I think has been lacking in our government.

At a campaign barbecue in 2010, Barack Obama put the words of Cain into the mouth of Christ: “I came to my Christian faith later in life and it was because the precepts of Jesus Christ spoke to me in terms of the kind of life that I would want to lead: Being my brothers’ and sisters’ keeper . . .