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Angry Black Woman Shouts at POLITICON Panel on Fatherlessness & Racism Post date Saturday, August 5, 2017 - 14:46

Jesse Lee Peterson appeared on several panels at Politicon—an annual political convention held in Pasadena, Calif., July 29 and 30th.

The first panel was on “Fatherhood, Community, and Our Cities” and it featured poet Hanif Willis-Abdurraqib, Jesse Lee Peterson, Dr. Alveda King, CNN political commentator Shermichael Singleton, and former Sean Hannity radio producer Elisha Krauss. Producer and talk show host Deborah Flora was the moderator.

During the discussion, Jesse said that the worst thing you can do to human beings is to give them free stuff. It corrupts them, makes them lazy. Jesse grew up in Alabama working, picking cotton on the plantation even as a school-age boy.

Jesse also said that if we’re giving welfare, we have to stop spoiling women and rewarding them for having more kids. Make them work and earn for themselves. The less government in your life, the better off you are. The reason urban areas fall apart is because of the lack of good men (who are more hated than Satan today).

A black woman with braids got up during Q&A and loudly disagreed with Jesse. She said it's about race, most of Los Angeles homeless population is black, and we put people behind bars like they're animals, and she blamed racism.

When the woman wouldn’t be quiet, Jesse said that's an example of the type of anger that is destroying black children in the homes, and causing them to go out-of-control with violence, crime, and sex.

Black panelist Hanif Willis-Abdurraqib said it's “whack” that Jesse would say her passion is causing the problem. Jesse said there's no love in her anger, although Hanif thinks there is.

Some young people in the Q & A session challenged the notion of the "nuclear family" or the need for kids to have fathers, being raised by single mothers, and still turning out well with a good education.

Jesse said education doesn't mean you're a good person — look at how corrupt Bill Clinton, Barack Obama, and Maxine Waters are — and they're educated!

Shermichael Singleton, who was fired as Deputy Chief of Staff at the Department of Housing and Urban Development by President Donald Trump, said that we can't chalk all the problems to just one thing without relying on government data about how well people are doing. Jesse said material things should not define success; success is treating your neighbor the way you'd like to be treated, being a free person of character. Parents build that in children when the man is the head of his wife, and they love the children in the right way. Unfortunately the government and most of society think that materialism is success.

Stay tuned for additional videos from other panels in the coming days. 

YOU HATE BLACK PEOPLE! Black Man vs. Calif. Democrats Post date Sunday, July 16, 2017 - 08:02

Jesse Lee Peterson went up to Sacramento to TELL OFF California Senator Bob Hertzberg (D-Van Nuys) who wrote a bill #SB10 to let CRIMINALS out of jail without posting ANY bail. Jesse said that Sen. Hertzberg and other sponsors of the bill HATE black people. Politicians don't live in crime-ridden communities suffering in fear of criminals on their streets. 

WATCH THE FULL STORY: "YOU HATE BLACK PEOPLE!": Black Man vs. Calif. Democrats https://youtu.be/Qp630BzG6GE

Thanks to Duane "Dog" Chapman and Beth Chapman who alerted Jesse to certain Democrats' #BailReformCA MESS. 

Call-in to Jesse's radio show: 888-775-3773 live M-F 6-9am PT. Watch/listen: jlptalk.com

 

Jesse Lee Speaks to UCLA Bruin Republicans on “Racism,” Family, & TRUMP Post date Wednesday, March 22, 2017 - 04:54
Jesse Peterson spoke to the Bruin Republicans at UCLA on February 23, about the fact that “racism” and “police brutality” do not exist, that it’s all about family, returning children to fathers, and overcoming anger and forgiving our parents.
 
Barack Obama divided the races, but President Donald Trump is uniting them, and whuppin’ the left wing media with a switch from a tree (including fake news CNN) for being so hateful and lying, said Jesse.
 
Jesse talked about growing up poor on a plantation in Alabama, and though they were poor, Jesse said he doesn’t recall the adults encouraging hatred of white Americans. He also talked about how while working on his latest book, “The Antidote,” he came to the realization that the idea of “racism” is a lie designed by the left to keep black Americans blind and in a state of hate, blame, and victimhood in order to divide the races and punish white Americans.
 
The Bruin Republicans did a great job organizing this event. The attendees were all well-behaved and asked great questions during the Q & A portion of the event.
 
Thank you, Bruin Republicans! Your club serves as a great example of tolerance and free speech on campus. 
 
"Rebuilding the Man Tour" -- Miracles for Inmates and Christians (PT 1) Post date Monday, February 20, 2017 - 09:06

Watch part 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5uSHQ...

Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson was invited to speak in Madera, CA as part of the “Rebuilding the Man Tour.” Madera County Supervisor Rick Farinelli, in conjunction with community leaders, sponsored this tour.

Thursday, March 17: Jesse spoke at a juvenile detention center to young men ages 14-17 graduating from a correctional academy, on the topic of personal responsibility. All the teenagers had problems with their parents. Most were raised without their fathers. Some of their mothers were on drugs. 

That evening, Jesse spoke at Valley State Prison in Chowchilla, CA to 150-200 male inmates. Most were doing long prison sentences for murder, armed robbery and other serious crimes, but based on their reaction to the talk, they were open and hungry for the truth.

An inmate who was serving time for killing a woman during a botched robbery said he has a lot of anger and tremendous guilt associated with the crime he committed. Jesse spoke to the man and to others through him about how guilt works on the mind. Jesse told the man that when human beings feel guilt they’ve allowed Satan to cause them to judge themselves for what they’ve done. He explained that evil clouds our judgment and convinces us to do things that we wouldn’t ordinarily do. 

The men all talked about the difficult relationships they had with their parents—especially their mothers. One young black man admitted that he hates his mother and wanted to know how to deal with his anger. Jesse told him he should start by letting his mother know that he resents her for whatever she’s done, and tell her that he’s sorry for hating her because he realizes what the anger has done to him. She was wrong, but he has been wrong too for hating her because the anger separated him from God and drove him to do things that he wouldn’t have done in his right mind. The young man was concerned about how his mother would react. Jesse told him not to worry about her reaction.

This man did exactly as Rev. Peterson suggested, and sent a LETTER to our offices detailing the result of his talk with his mother. It is a must read!" http://rebuildingtheman.com/letter-fr...

Friday, March 18: Jesse spoke at a “Break the Chains” graduation ceremony for male and female inmates at the Madera County Jail. The inmates were graduating from various classes including trade courses. Their children, parents and other family members were present. Jesse spoke about forgiveness, anger and admonished the parents for setting up their children to fail. 

In the evening Jesse spoke at Valley West Christian Center. The church helps people with addictions and many who attended are struggling with this as well as with anger. Jesse asked the audience who else among them had anger, and a pregnant young woman with a young daughter said she was angry with her boyfriend because he wouldn’t move in with her. The boyfriend said he doesn’t have a job and can’t afford to get a place. The young woman had a troubled background: Her mother was on drugs, her father was not around, and she was raised by a grandmother who failed her. She’s currently living in a shelter. The boyfriend told her he wasn’t going to get a place with her until she got over her anger. The woman blamed the boyfriend for her anger. The man apologized and said he didn’t want to be the cause of her anger.

Jesse was able to counsel them. He let the man know that he’s not responsible for his girlfriend’s anger because she was like that when he met her. He told the boyfriend that he should become a man and get a job, forgive, and do the right thing. He pointed out that his weakness is bringing out the anger in his girlfriend. The woman had a hard time hearing the truth. 

Then, an older well-spoken Hispanic woman told the young woman that she had better listen because she too was the product of an angry household where her mother hated her father. As a result of her own anger, she said her kids are both addicts. The woman admitted that she was bitter and angry—she was very honest. She said that she even came to church that evening mad, but added that after hearing Jesse’s talk and the testimonies of others in the church, she’s going to go and apologize to her daughter.

"Rebuilding the Man Tour" -- Miracles for Inmates and Christians (PT 2) Post date Monday, February 20, 2017 - 08:58

Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson was invited to speak in Madera, CA as part of the “Rebuilding the Man Tour.” Madera County Supervisor Rick Farinelli, in conjunction with community leaders, sponsored this tour.

Thursday, March 17: Jesse spoke at a juvenile detention center to young men ages 14-17 graduating from a correctional academy, on the topic of personal responsibility. All the teenagers had problems with their parents. Most were raised without their fathers. Some of their mothers were on drugs. 

That evening, Jesse spoke at Valley State Prison in Chowchilla, CA to 150-200 male inmates. Most were doing long prison sentences for murder, armed robbery and other serious crimes, but based on their reaction to the talk, they were open and hungry for the truth.

An inmate who was serving time for killing a woman during a botched robbery said he has a lot of anger and tremendous guilt associated with the crime he committed. Jesse spoke to the man and to others through him about how guilt works on the mind. Jesse told the man that when human beings feel guilt they’ve allowed Satan to cause them to judge themselves for what they’ve done. He explained that evil clouds our judgment and convinces us to do things that we wouldn’t ordinarily do. 

The men all talked about the difficult relationships they had with their parents—especially their mothers. One young black man admitted that he hates his mother and wanted to know how to deal with his anger. Jesse told him he should start by letting his mother know that he resents her for whatever she’s done, and tell her that he’s sorry for hating her because he realizes what the anger has done to him. She was wrong, but he has been wrong too for hating her because the anger separated him from God and drove him to do things that he wouldn’t have done in his right mind. The young man was concerned about how his mother would react. Jesse told him not to worry about her reaction.

This man did exactly as Rev. Peterson suggested, and sent a LETTER to our offices detailing the result of his talk with his mother. It is a must read!" http://rebuildingtheman.com/letter-fr...

Friday, March 18: Jesse spoke at a “Break the Chains” graduation ceremony for male and female inmates at the Madera County Jail. The inmates were graduating from various classes including trade courses. Their children, parents and other family members were present. Jesse spoke about forgiveness, anger and admonished the parents for setting up their children to fail. 

In the evening Jesse spoke at Valley West Christian Center. The church helps people with addictions and many who attended are struggling with this as well as with anger. Jesse asked the audience who else among them had anger, and a pregnant young woman with a young daughter said she was angry with her boyfriend because he wouldn’t move in with her. The boyfriend said he doesn’t have a job and can’t afford to get a place. The young woman had a troubled background: Her mother was on drugs, her father was not around, and she was raised by a grandmother who failed her. She’s currently living in a shelter. The boyfriend told her he wasn’t going to get a place with her until she got over her anger. The woman blamed the boyfriend for her anger. The man apologized and said he didn’t want to be the cause of her anger.

Jesse was able to counsel them. He let the man know that he’s not responsible for his girlfriend’s anger because she was like that when he met her. He told the boyfriend that he should become a man and get a job, forgive, and do the right thing. He pointed out that his weakness is bringing out the anger in his girlfriend. The woman had a hard time hearing the truth. 

Then, an older well-spoken Hispanic woman told the young woman that she had better listen because she too was the product of an angry household where her mother hated her father. As a result of her own anger, she said her kids are both addicts. The woman admitted that she was bitter and angry—she was very honest. She said that she even came to church that evening mad, but added that after hearing Jesse’s talk and the testimonies of others in the church, she’s going to go and apologize to her daughter.

Report: Jesse Spoke on Anger, "Racism," & The Antidote to Santa Monica Republican Women Federated Post date Tuesday, December 20, 2016 - 05:22

Here's their page on California Federation of Republican Women website: 

http://www.cfrw.org/index.cfm/club-Sa...

Here's their direct website: 

http://www.santamonicarepublicanwomen...

Over the years, Jesse has spoken to numerous Republican Women groups around southern California and the country. He's always received very well, and he loves talking with them. 

This time, Jesse spoke about how happy he was that Trump won, and how destructive Obama has been the past 8 years. He urged that "we the people" watch the Republicans, including Trump, from now on, and hold them accountable if they don't do right. 

The Antidote

Jesse talked about the principles proven in his book "The Antidote: Healing America from the Poison of Hate, Blame and Victimhood." He told stories from the lives of famous black men, and described their family situations -- guys like Barack Obama, Louis Farrakhan, OJ Simpson, and Muhammad Ali. 

Barack was not raised by his father. His father spoke to his class at school before high school, and told the children that white people were racist against black people in Africa and the US. Obama's white grandmother had a bad experience a black man, and whenever she talked about black people, he believed she was "racist" against blacks. 

OJ Simpson's father came out homosexual when OJ was five years old. His father left the house and became a drag queen in San Francisco. He later died of AIDS. OJ has never never gotten over that. 

Muhammad Ali joined Louis Farrakhan's Nation of Islam (NOI) through Malcolm X, and they were good friends. When Malcolm exposed that then-NOI leader Elijah Muhammad was committing adultery with various women. Muhammad Ali betrayed Malcolm X, and Malcolm was soon assassinated by three Nation of Islam members, and Louis Farrakhan replaced Malcolm. 

Louis Farrakhan's mother tried to abort him with a coat hanger. His mother hated him and he didn't grow up with his father. It's no wonder that he is an angry, evil man today. 

Racism Does Not Exist

In The Antidote, Jesse proves that "racism" does not exist, and has never existed, but only anger, which starts in the home from failing parents, especially in those without good fathers. 

A woman in the audience said that her brother was killed by a police officer at age 21, when she was 17. She was telling of this once recently in another setting, and a person asked if the officer was black. This was both baffling and upsetting to her. Jesse told her not to overreact next time, but just to say no, and shrug it off to let the person know it’s an irrelevant, foolish question — because it’s truly not about “race,” but about character. 

The culture has trained people to think in shallow terms such as the made-up, imaginary, illusionary idea of “racism.” 

A man in the audience — a pastor — asked how people should forgive. Many say they forgive, but they don’t truly. 

The talk resonated with the women and men there. Our battle is not about mere politics, but is spiritual. Many went away with new hope, more lasting than any presidential legacy. 

Report on My Talk on Anger at Act for America, Mission Viejo Post date Monday, December 19, 2016 - 15:27

Jesse asked how many people had anger. He spent time discussing letting go of anger, including with a woman who felt anger toward herself. 

The audience was enthusiastic in Jesse’s Q&A afterward. Several people who attend BOND meetings (such as Church and Men's Forums) also traveled to hear him talk and engaged with Act for America chapter members. 

One man said he usually leaves these meetings angry and hopeless at what’s going on in the country. But this time he’s coming away hopeful. Jesse commonly hears this. 

Jesse talked about the engagement on his radio show the following day. Thanks, everyone! 

Jesse's latest book, The Antidote: Healing America from the Poison of Hate, Blame and Victimhood http://www.amazon.com/Antidote-Healin...

"Healing America" - Jesse Lee Peterson Speaks on Forgiveness Post date Monday, December 19, 2016 - 12:10

Edited from Jesse Lee Peterson's speech, "Healing America..." at Steeling the Mind Bible Conference, by Compass International, in Spokane, WA, March 5, 2016. (Purchase full speech from Compass.org here: http://compass.org/store/products/Hea...) Jesse urges all people to forgive, especially their parents, mother and father, so that God will forgive you. God is love, and so should we love God, love what is right and love others. Tell the truth, do not fear, and deal with stress with confidence that God is your Father. This is how we can heal families, marriages, relationships, and the country. 

[VIDEO] Trump & Hillary Voters CLASH at Town Hall Post date Sunday, November 6, 2016 - 06:15

On Tuesday, Nov. 1, Jesse Lee Peterson hosted an Election Town Hall Forum in Los Angeles with Trump, Hillary, and independent voters. On the stage representing their respective candidates were KEITH McCOWEN, former Republican Party nominee for the California State Assembly and County Deputy leader with the Trump campaign and BEATE CHELETTE, entrepreneur, nationally known “gender decoder,” and author of “The Woman’s Code" and "Happy Woman, Happy World."

Leaders and members of the NAACP as well as California State Assembly candidates were present. The discussion was honest and it did get heated at times. Black Trump supporters showed up in force and spoke their minds. An SEIU leader and Democrat candidate for State Assemblyman in California’s 55th district couldn’t defend Hillary’s record and when he was pressed to name one of her accomplishments he ran for the door!

VIEW PHOTOS: Election Townhall

Black Activist Confronts Gloria Allred For Lying on Trump; Debates Pro-Hillary Reporters Post date Monday, October 24, 2016 - 07:49

Author and talk show host, Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson and supporters of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump held a press conference and protest Tuesday (October 19, 2016) outside the Los Angeles office of attorney Gloria Allred, who represents Summer Zervos — the woman who claims she was a victim of unwanted sexual advances by Donald Trump.

Carrying signs saying, “Gloria Allred exploits women” and “Make America Great Again! #MAGA,” protesters rallied near the entrance to Allred’s office in Los Angeles. Jesse Lee Peterson fielded questions from reporters and had some heated and very interesting exchanges with a couple of "journalists" who couldn't hide their blatant bias and support for Hillary Clinton.

Jesse Peterson also attempted to enter Gloria Allred's office to ask her some questions, but he was told that Ms. Allred was not available and was turned away by security. Upon exiting the building, Jesse stood at the top of the stairs and notified the media about what had transpired. He stated that Gloria Allred was hiding under her desk and refused to speak to or come out. Allred later issued a statement through the press responding to the protests stating that she was defending women's rights. 

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