Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson: Kanye and Trump – Freeing the Slaves

Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson | May 8, 2018 | 11:54am EDT
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Some people you just can’t get to shut up. They will stand on what they believe, and they won’t care what “experts” or anybody else says about it. They’ll listen, but they won’t budge on what they know is true.

For two weeks, President Trump and artist Kanye West have expressed love and affection toward each other. Godless blacks and others have trashed Kanye for it and continued to drag Trump’s good name through the mud.

As I wrote last week, Kanye West tweeted photos of himself wearing an iconic red “Make America Great Again” hat with Donald Trump’s signature on it. Kanye appreciates the president’s love for the country, but ignorant people continue to perpetuate the lie that the president is a “white supremacist.”

This week, Kanye said 400 years of slavery “sounds like a choice.” He doesn’t want blacks enslaved in their minds for another 400 years.

Most blacks are so hung up on imaginary “racism” that they cannot see reality. They believe the elitist lies that police kill “unarmed black men” because they’re afraid of black skin. The reason blacks are so easily deluded is that they are angry.

All angry people are brainwashed in self-righteousness and are slaves to false victimhood. They blame others for their problems when, in reality, they bring destruction on themselves. Kanye joined TMZ for a live interview in which he said that blacks march when whites kill blacks, but when blacks kill blacks in Chicago, they act like it’s OK – 90 percent of blacks murdered are killed by other blacks.

An “educated” black TMZ employee named Van Lathan tried to shut Kanye down as he told the truth about selective black outrage – countering that there are black activists in communities with high black-on-black homicide rates who work every day trying to stop the violence, but they don’t get media attention. I’ve actually interviewed some such activists on my show, but many turn down my interviews – avoiding media attention from me because they don’t agree with me that “racism” does not exist. As long as they blame others, they’ll never fix the problem.

Blacks commit murder and violent crime at rates far above other races – against blacks, whites and others, and against police. When I grew up, violence wasn’t the problem that it’s been for the past few decades. Black criminals rob, assault, rape and kill because they’re angry, out of control people raised by angry, out of control single mothers, and they have no fathers. Then elitists who believe in “racism” make excuses for those doing the crimes while blaming the white “system” for “racism” – rejecting individual responsibility and adding to the blind anger of black people.


Then you have rapper Snoop Dogg, who hates President Trump, sharing a doctored picture of Kanye looking like a white man. Leftist black magazine The Root posted an op-ed, “Free Thought Is for White People.” Writer Michael Harriott detailed how he imposes on his teen daughter his insane notion that her rights will be violated just because she’s black. I’ve written before how angry black parents pass down their hatred of white people to their children.

This shows that blacks who hate whites, who believe in and teach the phony idea of “racism,” also hate their children and other black people. They’re destroying blacks’ souls by lying to them while pretending to help.

This week, while discussing Kanye, I told TV host Piers Morgan on “Good Morning Britain” that Black Lives Matter is a radical, evil, far-left organization founded by black women, one claiming to be “queer,” and led by other homosexuals and white social justice warriors. Black Lives Matter is worse than the KKK. But in the U.K., you’re not allowed to point to radical homosexuals in a negative way – it’s outlawed as “hate speech.” So Piers cut my mic off and scolded me, a Christian preacher, for telling the truth about evil. His co-host suggested I was wrong for even thinking what I expressed.

As a kid, I was told my mouth would get me in trouble one day.

In America, the left does not want black Americans to think freely – they’ll call you “Uncle Tom” or “coon.” They don’t want white Americans to speak freely – they’ll call you “racist” or “bigot.” They want everyone to fall in line with their lies. Kanye West and Donald Trump are bucking the trend and disregarding the smears and intimidation.

What Christians and good people must do to break free from the oppressive evil that’s taking over the country is commit to prayer, forgive your mothers and fathers, and you will overcome anger and fear. Then you will not only see what’s right, but know how to fight and defeat evil for the sake of good.

Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson is the most courageous, outspoken critic of the so-called “social justice” movements in America today. Raised without his father on a plantation near Tuskegee, Alabama during the Jim Crow era, Peterson has lived a part of America’s history few have experienced. After a spiritual transformation, Peterson founded BOND, a nationally recognized nonprofit organization dedicated to “Rebuilding the Family by Rebuilding the Man.” He’s a radio talk show host, speaker, and author of "The Antidote: Healing America from the Poison of Hate, Blame and Victimhood;" also "SCAM: How the Black Leadership Exploits Black America, and From Rage to Responsibility."

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