Jesse Lee Peterson: Birth of a Hate Movement
Birth of a Hate Movement – Jesse Lee Peterson warns whites to ‘watch their backs’ around angry blacks
by Jesse Lee Peterson
Warning to whites: Avoid black people. Your life may be at risk.
Whites are under attack like no other time in history. It’s about to get worse.
More than 100 years ago, President Woodrow Wilson screened a movie in the White House, “The Birth of a Nation,” originally called “The Clansmen.” Historian Carol Swain told Dinesh D’Souza in his latest documentary that the film inspired a resurgence of membership in the Ku Klux Klan.
Today, another American president has brought a worse hate movement to the White House: Black Lives Matter. And this past Friday, another hate-inspired propaganda movie with the same name, “The Birth of a Nation,” was released. It’s evil enough to stir black anger to new levels of violence against whites.
If you don’t already know about rampant black-on-white crime (rape, robbery, murder and atrocious assaults), check the research of Colin Flaherty, Heather Mac Donald and Jared Taylor. Yet if whites even hint about the truth of black moral degradation, they get suspended, fired or have their basketball team taken away – and they’re forced to apologize. This injustice strikes fear and anger in whites.
Dylann Roof in Charleston, South Carolina, succumbed to this anger and lashed out at innocent blacks in attempt to “start a race war.” Roof did not grow up “racist,” but angry and drug-abusing, raised mostly by his stepmother in a broken family. He could not handle the evil in the world, so it got inside him.
One KKK leader contacted me recently wanting to help stop a race war – to prevent another Dylann Roof-like retaliation. But who’s stopping blacks from retaliating over imaginary “racism”? Propaganda fed to blacks boils their anger by design: from obscure, mostly justified police shootings to endless slave movies, the alchemists drive bitter blacks insane with rage.
I spoke with one black man who saw “The Birth of a Nation.” I asked how he felt watching it. He said, “I have to be honest with you – it made me wish a white person would say one wrong thing to me.” He wanted the excuse to “go off” on a white person – a normally reasonable and good-natured man. I warned another black man who called my radio show not to watch this movie. He’s a conservative family man, former law enforcement and loves me – but I cautioned that if he harbors any anger within, he may not withstand this poison. Read More