Self Hating Black Man, & Trump Supporter, Jesse Lee Peterson, Wants to Join Forces With the Alt Right
A while back the great Reverend Jesse Lee Peterson called for bringing back “whites only” so that private business could refuse to serve the “evil” gays. He claims to have grown up in the south during Jim Crow. At first I suspected that he must have had it relatively good for black man living under that oppressive racist system, otherwise he would understand just how wrong that kind of thinking is. Now I’m convinced he must really hate himself since he has basically come out in support of white nationalism. Maybe I shouldn’t be surprised through since Peterson is one of those strange bigots, who happens to be bigoted against the group that he happens to belong to. Now Miranda Blue at Right Wing Watch caught him in the act of defending the alt right. Turns out Peterson wrote a column for Brietbart encouraging his fellow conservatives to join forces with people who hate him for not being white. He called his absurd commentary “To Conservatives and the Alt-Right: Unite to Defeat Evil.”
Hillary Clinton launched a silly attack on Donald Trump and his supporters, calling them “racist” in an attempt to scare blacks and whites.
No. Calling someone a racist who says that Mexicans are rapists, has called for banning Muslims, and has been caught discriminating against black people in the past is justified. Of course Peterson, you think that discrimination is Okay, and you even want to bring it back the idea that private businesses have a right to do so, so you and your friends can legally deny gay people service. In addition, when your supporters are often literal Nazis, in those instances, its fair to call them racists, and Nazis seem to just love Donald Trump right now. Donald Trump even retweets Neo Nazis, something I used to assume would keep anyone out of the White House.
Hillary named the “alt-right” as a “conspiracy theorist” movement led by “Vladimir Putin.” She tried to discredit Breitbart News by citing the deceitful Southern Poverty Law Center. Hillary Clinton, one of the coldest human beings alive, accused Alex Jones (infowars.com) of having a “dark heart.” She sanctimoniously condemned David Duke as a “racist” former KKK leader. (Apparently she only likes Democrat KKK recruiters who “mentor” her.)
Actually it is quite reasonable to call the Alt Right “a conspiracy theorist movement,” in addition to a racist movement. Plus, where did you hear Hillary say that Putin led the Alt Right? And oh the Southern Poverty Law Center is such a deceitful organization that they are still trusted by law enforcement and are still on the FBI’s website contrary to some claims by racists. Oh and you are defending Alex Jones? You actually think he’s trustworthy, but not the SPLC? Don’t make me laugh. David Duke, is still an antisemitic, anti black racist. Fox News of all places reported on how he told Mahmoud Ahmadinejad that the gas chambers weren’t used to kill Jews. Now on the other hand if you are talking about Robert Byrd, unlike David Duke, he repudiated the Klan and all it stood for. I’m not even sure Byrd was one of Hillary’s mentors, either by the way. but I digress.
I encourage conservatives, the alt-right, and all decent people to unite. And where you disagree, debate but do not hate one another.
Yes Peterson, mainline conservatives should support Trump and team up with people who want to get rid of the 14th and 15th amendments and kick people like you out of the country for having skin that is too dark. Yes those people can be “decent” and “reasonable” and agree to “debate” instead of hating those who disagree with them. Did you even bother to do any research on the Alt Right or did you think that everything bad you read about them had to be wrong because it was all on “liberal websites” like the SPLC that you think are “untrustworthy” for no good reason?
As I understand, the alt-right want America and our citizens put first — nationalism over globalism and mass immigration. They mock political correctness and the farcical notion of “racism.” And they fight back against the attack on whites and men.
I agree with those things. If whites (and men) continue their decline, as blacks did the past 60 years, it’s “Adios, America.” (Ann Coulter is 100% right.)
Why should we care if a majority of Americans are not white in the future? Can’t other groups of non whites assimilate into our culture at least as well as black people have?
Beyond that, the Alt Right does not want to to put America and its citizens first. The Alt Right wants us to put white American citizens first. Their movement is opposed to the interests of anyone who isn’t white. Even mainstream white conservatives understand this and realize that its a bad thing. Robert Tracinski for example, while he maybe wrong on many things at least comprehends that the Alt Right is racist, and opposes them for that reason. You on the other hand seem to somehow not understand that the Alt Right is against black people, including you, either that or you don’t care. Also what attacks on white people are you talking about? Genuine examples of anti white racism from people who have any power in our society are extraordinary rare. Do you think that white privilege is a myth? Do you think the nonsensical “white genocide” is real? No one is trying to destroy white people, who are still privileged because they happen to have been born into the “correct race.” That is racism pure and simple. It is not a “farcical notion” to call that racist. No surprise that you agree with Ann Coulter who is also a white nationalist.
If you disagree, let’s all talk.
No Peterson, I’m not going to talk to you, I’m going to Power own you, like I’m already doing.
Our battle, in reality, is not merely “ideological” or “political,” but spiritual. You may have perfect logic, all the right facts and politics, but with anger, you lose.
Anger destroys your children’s innocence, debilitates their spirit, and turns them away from you. Anger blinds you to reality and separates you from others. You play “God” when you pass judgment on fellow human beings.
Decent people should not be divided.
Yeah tell that to people who think that you can’t be equal to them because you’re not white, and yet you still manage to think it would be a good idea to join forces with them.
Many of my conservative friends reject Trump; I am for Trump all the way. On my TV show “The Fallen State,” I discussed Trump with longtime friends and Trump detractors Andrew Klavan and, recently, Ben Shapiro. On radio, I interviewed Cameron Khansarinia of the Harvard Republican Club which disavowed Trump.
It seems that many of your conservative friends are smarter than you.
We talked and listened to one another; if I could get them to see what I see, fine, and if not, fine. We can disagree and remain friends.
Tell that to the people in the Alt Right who don’t think you should be allowed to live in their neighborhood, or even their country because you’re not white.
Donald Trump has attracted many atheists, homosexuals, blacks and others outside traditional conservatism who disagree with the radicals’ assault on Christians and men.
What assault on Christians and Men? Who is it who is persecuting the Christian majority in this country? If you’re talking about secularism and not allowing things like government sponsored prayers in our public schools, that is not an “assault on Christians.” That is respecting the establishment clause of the first amendment. Also telling “good Christians” like Kim Davis that they can’t refuse to marry gay people and keep their cushy government jobs is not an “assault on Christians” either. She doesn’t have a right to do that, and she wouldn’t have been allowed to, even if she wasn’t a Christian. You might not like the fact that Davis is not allowed to tell gay people who want to married in her county to go pound sand, but that is irrelevant.
Also contrary to what you may believe, feminism has never been about hatred of men. It has always been about equality for men and women. The misnamed anti male “radical feminists,” are a tiny minority who do not represent the mainstream of the movement.
In Hillary’s speech attacking the alt-right, she read Breitbart headlines from writer Milo Yiannopoulos about feminism, birth control and gun control; even though Hillary pretended to be appalled by the lines, they were funny, powerful, and true.
I interviewed Trump supporter Mike Cernovich, a very successful author (“Gorilla Mindset”), influential reporter and lawyer. He left Christianity, at least for a time, as many young people do. He seems to welcome the alt-right; he’s sharp and cutting in his political dialogue. More importantly, he recognizes the deeper need for calm emotions and restoration of manhood.
It’s true that “alt-right types” ridicule conservatives who reject Trump, calling them “cucks” whom they feel betray America.
Um, yes they do. They call them Cuckservatives, and they do feel like they betrayed them, since they don’t show enough contempt for racial minorities.
Milo Yiannopoulos, has been referred to as the “Appealing Young Face of the Racist Alt-Right.,” by another conservative, Jack Hunter. Hunter maybe wrong to think that a significant portion of the left believes that being white and male is sin, or attacks people for being heterosexual, but otherwise for the most part I actually agree with his criticism of Yiannopoulos and the Alt Right. Again, why don’t you understand why the GOP joining forces with such a group of people is a bad thing?
As adults, conservatives should not hate the name-callers, nor join the liberals in calling people “racist.” If you hate your enemies, you can never win them over, nor learn from them.
Yes, because racism does not exist, and never has existed, which explains how Southerners were able to justify race based chattel slavery and mandatory racial segregation. Racism is just a figment of our imaginations. People never judged anyone by their “race.” Why Martin Luther King Jr. and the entire civil rights movement were just peacefully resisting a monster that wasn’t actually there. No one was violating the rights of black people on the grounds that they were black. I hope everyone here understands what sarcasm is when they see it.
As a Tea Party leader and conservative Republican, I call many politicians “RINOs” for betraying God, country, and family. Yet I don’t resent them.
I am unconcerned what anyone thinks of me — I love truth.
If you didn’t resent them, I doubt you’d call them “Rhinos” and you wouldn’t know the “truth” if it hit you on the head, especially if like you said you grow up in the South prior to the Civil Rights Act and still don’t understand why discrimination based on “race” is wrong.
Anger blinds you. With anger, you may reject those you shouldn’t.
You mean like other black people who do not want to have their civil rights taken away, and understand why it isn’t a good idea to join forces with those who look down on them for how they were born?
Popular podcaster Stefan Molyneux (Freedomain Radio) recently interviewed me at length. Although he’s philosophical, and not necessarily religious, the conversation was as valuable as those with my longtime friend Dennis Prager and many great Christian hosts.
Molyneux and I discussed the reality that “racism” does not exist, the destruction that anger causes, and the desperate need for fathers and forgiveness.
How do you explain the continued existence of the Klan? Do you think the Klan is not a racist organization? Do you at least understand that the Klan dislikes black people, including you?
I must expose a terrible lie, popular among blind people: That “racism” exists, and that it’s worse than the judgment or sin of “non-racist” people.
Yes because “obviously” someone who thinks that they’re inherently better than you because you’re black is “not” racist. You really better hope that your new Alt Right “allies” never manage to somehow gain control over every branch of our government.
For instance, David Duke’s problem — like anyone else’s — is anger, not “racism” or “ignorance.” You can have all the knowledge in the world, PhD’s, law degrees, yet still be blind.
In truth, your anger toward your own family members (or toward “injustice” in the world) is no better than David Duke’s anger toward “Jews” or whomever/whatever he may resent.
Nonsense, if David Duke wasn’t a racist he wouldn’t think the way that he does. Whatever anger he may feel is at least in part because of his racist views. It is inherently irrational to be angry at a group of people like “the Jews” based on things like a belief in your inherent “superiority,” and baseless, easily debunked conspiracy theories. His anger and hatred of the Jews is because of his racism.
Forget David Duke for a moment. Think about Dylann Roof. Do you honestly expect us to believe now that someone who didn’t have a racist bone in their body would have murdered nine black people in church for being black? In his eyes those nine innocent people who he murdered in that Charleston church were guilty of “raping our women and taking over our country.” It didn’t matter to him that he had no real evidence that any of those people were involved in a plot to take over the country, let alone tried to rape anyone, including a white woman. In his sick mind, those people were not Americans, they were arguably not even people to him, they were the enemy, because they were black.
If someone were to rape my mother, I would be extremely angry at them, and I would be justified in my anger. However, I would never blame black people in general for that one man’s actions, even if he happened to be black, no matter how brutally he raped her. In fact no matter how angry I was at him, I wouldn’t do something like what Roof did. I wouldn’t enter a black church and murder nine innocent black people in cold blood. I wouldn’t blame black people as a whole for his heinous crime.
Beyond that, if Roof had known better, he most likely would never have listened to groups like the Council of Conservative Citizens that constantly demonizes black people. Without believing such bigoted lies as gospel, he would not have been filled hatred and anger towards black people and he wouldn’t have been motivated to murder those people in that African-American church. To say that only anger, and not ignorance is a factor when it comes to such hate crimes, is ridiculous.
In contrast, I have never seen anger in Donald Trump. He uses insults and harsh language, as men in battle do. He may call himself “angry,” but I have not seen his demeanor change. This is what allows him to think on his feet, speak the truth boldly and effectively, and win.
Oh give me a break. Trump has called for violence countless times at his rallies. He’s even come out and basically said that he loves war. If Trump has not shown Anger, I have no idea what you would call that.
I have no anger. Yet I do not hold back. I strongly tell the truth. At 67, I can yell and shout down the worst, most radical Black Lives Matter agitator, and feel nothing inwardly against her.
Why should I be surprised that you don’t approve of a movement that is following in the footsteps of the movement for racial equality that came about in the fifties and sixties? Contrary to what so many people think, you included, unsurprisingly, Black Lives Matter is a movement that opposes violence.
I am not angry at Black Lives Matter, Louis Farrakhan, Obama, Crooked Hillary, et al., although they take so many into hell. I understand the bitter spirit that drives them; they cannot help it. Evil’s job is to do evil.
Yes Hillary, Obama and a modern day civil rights movement are “evil.” In addition Louis Farrakhan doesn’t even belong in the same list as those other things. Farrakhan is an antisemitic hate monger. Farrakhan has also been exposed as an anti white racist, by the SPLC. Hillary and Obama, haven’t done anything to promote the type of hatred that he has. Than again, you don’t think the Alt Right is anti black, even through it clearly is. In fact you are telling us, in spite of all the evidence that racism doesn’t exist.
People on the side of good — our job is to fight evil without hatred, to overcome evil with good. Anger without resentment is righteous anger.
Yeah, good luck trying to do that when your candidate is a genuine bigot and you ally yourself with people who believe in a backwards hate filled ideology. By the way Peterson, even through you have made me extremely angry, I really hope that you never have to experience what the worst of your white supremacist alt right “allies” would do to you if they only had the power.
Note that Peterson included a few links in his little essay, but I chose not to include them because I don’t want to promote his fringe sources. I linked to his Breitbart commentary via an web archive page, so as to not increase traffic to the hate site. I wouldn’t have included that link to Info Wars, but for some odd reason it wouldn’t let me unless I were to edit that quote. I don’t even think it was included in Peterson’s original commentary
I also would advise anyone against referring to black people like Peterson, as “Uncle Toms” since in the original story Uncle Tom was arguably a hero. He allowed himself to be beaten to death by his cruel master rather than reveal the location of some of his escaped slaves.