Sunday, February 10, 2008

Obama's Secret Jewish Connection Revealed

Sometimes Barak Obama seems to be running a religious revival more than a political campaign.

And there seems to be a secret Jewish connection. In his victory speech last night, he ended with words. "You and I, together, we can change the world." - words reminiscent of the 1980's Israeli pop hit "Ani v Ata" [nishaneh et haolam] ("I and you will change the world.") He has laced his speeches of late with the phrase "repair the world" - a direct translation of the Hebrew kabalistic phrase "Tikkun Olam". And in the video above the language is English (and American Sign Language) except for two phrase - you guessed it - in Hebrew. (Look for the Jewish looking woman who twice sings ken anu y'cholim at 1:08 and 1:43.)

The video was produced by Jesse Dylan, Jewish. Coincidence? I think not!



Anonymous Anonymous said...

there are also spanish? phrases...

"sie se puede"

7:19 am  
Blogger Sydney Nestel said...

I stand humbled and corrected.

Still, Spanish makes sense. There are a lot of Latino voters. American Sign Language makes sense. Shows you are sensitive and progressive. But why Hebrew? There aren't that many Jewish voters, and how many Jewish voters will watch this video?

Hey I did ! So maybe its not so weird after all.

Or maybe its just because the producer had an Israeli girlfriend.

Or maybe it is part of the world wide Jewish conspiracy. Beware the ZOG !

5:07 pm  

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