How Should White People Respond to Anti-White Attacks?
Jesse Lee Peterson is an outspoken critic of the so-called “civil rights” establishment and “social justice” movements. Jesse grew up on a plantation in Alabama under Jim Crow. He moved to Los Angeles at 18, worked for 20 years, and created a cleaning business. At 40, Jesse founded BOND, a non-profit organization dedicated to “Rebuilding the Family by Rebuilding the Man.” He speaks in schools, universities, juvenile detention centers, jails, prisons, and churches. He’s a radio and television talk show host, media commentator, speaker, columnist, author, activist, pastor, and counselor.
Lana welcomes Jesse to the show for a lively discussion about how white people should respond to anti-white attacks. We begin by delving into the rationale for providing a free speech forum for those on the right of the political spectrum. Jesse quite rightly states that those espousing right-of-centre views are invariably attacked by the establishment; it takes intrepid independent media figures to seek out the truth. Jesse goes on to say that white people have been under constant attack and have been unjustly blamed for all the ills of the world. Our program goes on to explore the ways white people can articulate their group interests; the consequences of misidentifying whites as an enemy class; the causes of social decay in America; and much more.