Photo: The Devil, as depicted in History’s “The Bible”
Note from Wes: What we have here is propaganda at it’s finest. The reason advertisments are placed in the background during sporting events is because the mind just barely associates with seeing those images, and they are subconsciously branded into the viewers’ minds. It’s unlikely this is a coincidence, and an attempt to associate Obama with the Devil by dispalying him as looking like Obama is a classic attempt at subconscious, association-based propaganda.
This, along with the clear, active attempts that are indeed still ongiong to smear Obama and associate his name with solcialism, marxism, martial law, drones, lions, tigers and bears (oh my) only show that this soul has good intentions or at the very least, he is not acting in alignment with the cabals who take to such propaganda, in many cases quite sucessfully. You could probably turn on a television right now or head to an alternative news website and find somebody calling Obama the Devil. Please don’t let yourselves be fooled any longer.
Obama-Devil Resemblance on ‘The Bible’ Sets Off Firestorm
The resemblance between President Obama and an actor who plays the devil on History’s “The Bible” has drawn more than a little notice.
Conservative commentator Glenn Beck was among the first to take to Twitter to point out the resemblance between Obama and actor Mohamen Mehdi Ouzaani. A slew of tweets and news stories ensued, many from Obama supporters who weren’t pleased.
History did not immediately respond to a request for comment from TheWrap.
In the miniseries, the actor resembles an older version of the U.S. president. Last year, HBO’s “Game of Thrones” came under criticism when its executive producers said in a DVD commentary that a fake head of President George W. Bush was impaled on a spike in one scene.
“The Bible” has been a huge hit for History, drawing 13.1 million for its first episode and 10.8 million for its second. It is executive produced by “Survivor” creator Mark Burnett.
Last week, one of its executive producers, Scott Sassa, resigned as Hearst’s entertainment and syndication president after what the New York Post described as a sexting scandal involving a stripper.