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Controversial pastor claims 'Obama has released homo demons on the black man'

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The Huffington Post reported a story on Wednesday about a controversial sign that is creating much controversy on the Internet and the street. The ATLAH Worldwide Missionary Church, led by Dr. James David Manning has blamed President Obama for unleashing homosexuality on black men. Manning’s church is located in Harlem, New York. Manning is known for his strong disapproval of President Obama, gays, lesbians, and transgenders.

The sign in front of the church warns that: “Obama has released the homo demons on the black man. Look out black woman. A white homo may take your man.”

In a video, Manning describes that white gay men are converting black men into homosexuals, and that black women need to be concerned. He also says his church supports antigay laws in Uganda and Nigeria. Currently, antigay laws in those countries have created fear of violence and retribution against gay communities in those countries.

The Huffington Post says that a Ugandan newspaper published the name of 200 “Top Homos.” Manning is no stranger to creating controversy. Last year, he interviewed a woman who said she was a former Obama classmate. She told Manning the president used drugs and was a gay hustler.

Visit the Huffington Post website for complete details about this story.

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