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By Jesse Lee Peterson

 The Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson is the founder and president of two dynamic organizations: BOND (Brotherhood Organization Of A New Destiny), a national 501(c) (3) nonprofit organization dedicated to “Rebuilding the Family by Rebuilding the Man,” and BOND Action, a 501(c) (4) organization whose purpose is to educate, motivate and rally Americans – especially black Americans – to greater involvement in the moral, cultural and political issues that threaten our great country. In 2011, Jesse founded The South Central L.A. Tea Party. He’s a media commentator and also hosts “The Jesse Lee Peterson Radio Show” M-F, 6-9 a.m. Pacific, 9-Noon Eastern, and is the author of “SCAM: How the Black Leadership Exploits Black America.” For more information, visit www.bondaction.org or www.bondinfo.org. Also, check out the new BOND LEADERSHIP ACADEMY, a school for boys and girls grades 1-12 at www.bondleadershipacademy.org.

“He that spares his rod hates his son: but he that loves him chastens him early.” – Proverbs 13:24

As I watch the racial unrest in Ferguson, Missouri, I can’t help but compare the behavior of blacks in that city to that of spoiled rotten children.

Blacks have been rioting and fighting with police after the shooting death of a thug, Michael Brown. And white political and law enforcement leaders have given in to their tantrum like weak parents.

How did we get to the point of having Al “the Riot King” Sharpton as the White House point person for racial reconciliation – and having a racist attorney general like Eric Holder come to the rescue of Ferguson?

Foolish blacks jumped to false conclusions about the death of “gentle giant” Michael Brown. Protesters looted businesses and even targeting the same convenience store that Brown robbed.

Obama predictably weighed in, warning police about using excessive force. Surrendering to the political pressure, Gov. Jay Nixon, D-Mo., (one of the weakest white men I’ve seen!) pulled the Ferguson Police off the case, and placed Missouri State Highway Patrol Capt. Ron Johnson in charge.

Bad move.

Capt. Johnson’s sympathies are with the black thugs. His idea of policing was to march with protesters and order the police to stand down while black criminals roamed the streets looting.

When Gov. Nixon addressed the situation, blacks publicly berated him. Missouri’s Democrat State Sen. Maria Chappelle-Nadal blasted him for being “disconnected” from the black community. She tweeted: “F— you” to the governor and called him a “coward” on national TV.

Angry protesters also shouted Nixon down during his press conference. A black man mocked Nixon for being soft-spoken, telling him, “Speak with your chest!” Nixon tried to appease the black mob and prematurely called for a “vigorous prosecution” of Officer Darren Wilson.

Obama gladly dispatched Eric Holder to Ferguson, but instead of calming racial tensions, Holder made matters worse.

Holder told the young protesters in Ferguson that he understood their distrust of police:

“I am the attorney general of the United States. But I am also a black man. I can remember being stopped on the New Jersey turnpike on two occasions and accused of speeding. Pulled over … ‘Let me search your car’ … Go through the trunk of my car, look under the seats and all this kind of stuff. I remember how humiliating this was and how angry I was and the impact it had on me.”

Some of Holder’s past “greatest” hits:

  • As a new attorney general, he refused to prosecute baton-wielding members of the racist New Black Panther Party who were intimidating white voters in front of Philadelphia polls.
  • Holder said America is a “nation of cowards” when it comes to dealing with racism.
  • He has said that criticism of him and Obama is rooted in racism.
  • Holder blames racism for the high incarceration rate of black males.
  • He applied pressure on Florida prosecutors to bring charges against “white Hispanic” George Zimmerman, charges he knew would not stick.
  • Holder promotes the lie that voter ID laws are racist.

Parents know children throw tantrums when they don’t get their way. When parents give in to the unreasonable demands of a child, they’re reinforcing bad behavior. If the behavior is not corrected, they learn to intimidate to get what they want – until someone says “No!”

In Ferguson, we witnessed the result of what happens when black parents spoil their children. The children turn out to be welfare-pampered, morally crippled, racist black thugs. Now the white authorities have had to take over the “parenting,” but they too refuse to say, “No!”

Black Missouri State Sen. Jamilah Nasheed has threatened the white St. Louis prosecutor with more riots if he doesn’t indict. She stated, “If you should decide not to indict this police officer, the rioting we witnessed this past week will seem like a picnic. …”

She’s not the only one issuing threats.

Brown family attorney Daryl Parks was asked by Megyn Kelly on Fox News, “If the grand jury doesn’t indict, will you accept that?”

Parks replied, “Not necessarily … they need to come down with an indictment.”

Michael Brown’s mother said she wants the white officer to receive the death penalty.

The grand jury was just convened and blacks are complaining that it’s too white. These people don’t want justice. They want racial vengeance!

But what would happen if Gov. Jay Nixon developed a spine and said “No” to black rioters?

If Nixon stood up for law-abiding citizens, he’d have self-respect and their gratitude.

If he waited for all the evidence to come out before convicting the white officer, the rule of law would prevail.

And what if whites said “No” and didn’t spare the rod of truth when they’re attacked as “racists”?

If whites said “No,” Sharpton and Holder would be out of business.

If whites said “No,” it would give misguided blacks a chance to examine their hearts and repent of their wicked ways.

If whites said “No,” their children would be inspired by their courage.

This kind of transformation is possible for America, but only “if …”

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A black man wrote this article. He has appeared many times on Fox. And he makes so much sense.

Ferguson mishandled so much. The Governor Nixon is an idiot not even willing for the entire evidence comes in before he wants to find Darren Wilson guilty. What happened to the “Innocent until proven guilty” system in this country.

Those of us who are parents or were, know you can not give into a child’s tantrums and expect anything good to come out of this kind of parenting.  Sure the child will try it but it has to be stopped in its’ tracks or we end up raising a monster.

The child becomes irresponsible. demanding, believing it can have whatever it wants regardless how they get it, no respect for parents or anyone else.

The whole of our society seems to be turning into an army of those who think they are  entitled, even as far as indicting and convicting a cop who has not been proven guilty. To them what does a white cop’s life mean anyway? The blacks in Ferguson would lynch this cop if they had their way.

I want to wait to see what all the evidence shows before this cop is found guilty.  That is the justice system I thought still existed. I am dreaming or having a nightmare.

 

http://www.wnd.com/2014/08/what-if-white-america-just-said-no/

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Comments on: "What If American Whites Just Said NO" (20)

  1. I read this article, also, Pepper, and I’m so glad you’re posting it. A FULL HALF CENTURY ago, LBJ launched “The Great Society” in 1964. Four years later, Martin Luther King was gunned down, by a pissant not worth the breath he breathed. (Personal Opinion.) And that is when the whole shebang started its downward spiral. James Earl Ray, who assassinated King, cut short the (arguably) greatest advancement of the colored and minority peoples.

    In the intervening years, we have seen increases in fatherless families, drug abuse among minority peoples, and whites as well, an increase in divorce among all segments of society, and an “entitlement ethic”, among all segments of society.

    Romney’s alleged “47%” comment was so spot on~!,,, As was his statement of having women’s resumes in binders. For the Love of God~! The man was a businessman, hiring the best he could find, wasn’t he??? And he’s castigated for that????? Such Idiocy.

    Xero’s 6 years of (p)Residency have set us back a full three centuries, at least, in the arena of civil rights and human rights.

    The above are my opinions, and I can only hope and pray for Divine Intervention to set us back on the road to a moral, ethical and humane society.

    God Willing ~!

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    • Davetherave said:

      Great comment Grouchy and I pray along with you!

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    • peppermintfarm said:

      Grouchy,

      Great comment and I don’t know what to add to that except that you are so right about the nuclear family unit which seems to be all but disappeared. I’ve written about that and how much this damages children. There are still some parents who teach their kids right and wrong and responsibility. But in the black sector and the poor whites we have a different story. And they don’t care either.

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  2. Bob Roller said:

    I doubt if James Earl Ray killed MLK. James Earl Ray was a knucklehead that couldn’t rob a gas station without getting caught and then went from petty thuggery to master sniper that shot and killed one of the most prominent men in 1960’s America?Stop and think about it. WHO benefited from the death of MLK? Who was his biggest enemy?Whoever shot him was an experienced rifleman,not some bonehead fresh out of prison with a 30-06.
    The absence of a father in any family is a bad thing.I KNOW from experience.My mother worked hard to look after me and her parents and we moved from a German neighborhood in Chicago to WVa and I was fortunate to have made friends here whose parents took a liking to me and I was able to get started into trades involving cars and machine shops that have served us well.These black kids for the most part don’t know who their father is and the promotion of the “Give them all they need or want”social programs doesn’t promote learning life skills that can take them thru life. LBJ’s “Great Society”was a hoax on the public and it was neither GREAT or a SOCIETY but it was one heck of a vote getting engine and a big step to ward the quasi socialist political structure that gave us our Golfing Gadabout,the Vacationer in Chief,Barack Obama.
    Only time will tell if there are enough white Americans to turn this country back to into a Representative Republic or if they are all too busy trying to keep what little they have been able to accumulate to notice what is happening to our country.Indecisive MISleaders offer nothing but catastrophe and sending them back to Washington to diddle us again is national suicide.

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    • peppermintfarm said:

      Bob,

      You may very well be right about MLK and who shot him. I still don’t believe that the guy who was arrested for killing JFK could have done that either. He also couldn’t shoot straight.

      How tragic for you not to have a father around, but I’m so glad you moved and were able to get mentors who took to you and helped you. And you sure are a great car person as you’ve advised me in the past on things that worked for with the jeep.

      You are so right about the welfare state. It does nothing but leave blacks unable to learn what it means to get a job. I think this is deliberate by the demonrats who keep them on the plantation by giving them everything they want except what they need. It’s so ingrained in our culture now I have misgivings that this can be changed.

      “Only time will tell if there are enough white Americans to turn this country back to into a Representative Republic or if they are all too busy trying to keep what little they have been able to accumulate to notice what is happening to our country.Indecisive MISleaders offer nothing but catastrophe and sending them back to Washington to diddle us again is national suicide.”

      Excellent comment in the above quote from your comment.

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  3. Davetherave said:

    Pepp, as a born Southern Boy, I’ve never said yes to all this smoke screen, bull shit, reverse racism from the faction of blacks that only want superior treatment. Some will say I’m racist due to being a southern boy, but I really don’t give a rats ass what other folks think about me. If they believe that, they don’t know me.

    This “hate honky crap” has been going on for so many years it’s ridiculous and the ONLY reason it’s not come front and center (and so much of the nation is now taking notice) is due to the Golfer In Chief and the Unjust Holder. Those back sides of a donkey play this crap up and throw gas on the fire.

    More blacks are in prison, because more blacks commit crimes! Period! They can blame it one whatever in the hell they want (lack of upbringing, culture, their great great great grandfather being a slave…whatever excuse they want to crap out of their mouth), but it does not change the facts. The majority of blacks are liberals and we all know how much liberals hate facts.

    So I personally say NO to all this uncalled for crime going on in Ferguson (throw the damn law breakers in jail!) and let our justice system play out. I’m sick and tired of all the honky’s that kiss the blacks ass and are scared to start a riot by enforcing the law. I say treat ALL color folks the same by punishing ALL colors the same. I’ll get off my soap box now… 🙂

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    • peppermintfarm said:

      Dave,

      Great comment and I think we actually talked about this over the phone so I won’t add anything additional here. I do believe like you do we have so much reverse racism going on in this country. Whites these days are petrified to say or do anything about this growing racism and taking us back to the 60s for bloody sake.

      With this administration if you say one thing about blacks or disagree with the Grand Mufti you are labeled a racist. This has to go!

      Hey you are welcome to get on your soap box anytime you wish. Your comments are always most colorful. Whoops did I just make a racist remark? 😀

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  4. I like Jesse and those were excellent comments. I agree completely with that analogy. Then the only question I have is have they reached the point of incorrigible yet? I’m tempted to believe so. I don’t see any sign of change. In fact, they are just smoother and honed their racist rhetoric. Still screaming at everyone else. Still defiant as if that is righteous. So I lean toward incorrigible — or some percentage of them are. I don’t know if the percentage is getting bigger but it doesn’t seem to be getting smaller. What is too bad is if that energy and emotion were channeled into something else, what it could do. But it is a 180 of what MLK stood for and was about. I can prove that.

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    • Hey Bull. From my standpoint; stating that group is “incorrigible” is putting it lightly! That group is way beyond incorrigible and as far as I’m concerned fall into the category of “lawless bastards.”

      Certainly the group is getting larger as the Golfer In Chief and the Unjust Holder pave the wave for more to jump on the bandwagon of “lawlessness.” They’d love for someone like me to feel sorry for their plight and be compassionate for their feelings and their 150 year old grievousness, but they might as well be pissing in the wind!

      The approach of MLK died the day MLK died and the approach Malcom X proposed is still alive and doing well in the well proposed by Al Sharp Tongue and Jessie James Jackson. Da hell wit all dem!!!!!

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      • peppermintfarm said:

        Dave,

        Good comment about the Grand Mufti and UnJust Holder and their lawlessness. it gives exactly the wrong message to blacks. Now we have the black community in some places at least who believe they can be as lawless as they want as they see their so called prez giving the example and getting away with it.

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    • peppermintfarm said:

      Bull, I like Jesse too. I’ve seen him many times on Hannity and he is one black man besides some others who have downright common sense.

      I would agree with you that reaching the point of incorrigible has reached the point of no return. I don’t know at this point what would turn this around. It’s so ingrained and so late by the time children reach their teens and young twenties. What can be done now?

      This does seem to be growing to me too. Look at all the murders in Chicago for example. it just gets worse all the time. That is so right, that if these young blacks had any real parenting there is so much potential and it’s being lost to a life of entitlement and crime.

      And it’s gotten worse under this administration which does not create any jobs, but makes sure jobs are scarce. But the blacks never seem to understand that, although I did see blacks in Chicago complaining about what the Grand Mufti has done.

      You are so right, Bull, this is not what MLK stood for at all. What a shame.

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  5. Pepp, after reading that piece I ran across this quote from Rev Guile —
    “We’re not anti-police. We respect police. But those police that are wrong need to be dealt with just like those in our community that are wrong need to be dealt with,” Sharpton said.
    My eyes were shooting blood. That from the incorrigible one. I couldn’t count the lies in that statement.

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    • peppermintfarm said:

      Bull,

      Yeah that sure rubs one the wrong way. That idiot never gives any credence to a cop not being guilty and like you it makes blood shoot from my eyeballs. But then again almost anything he says makes my blood boil. He’s nothing but an agitator who makes things worse as talked about on your post. I can barely look or hear him talk he makes me so angry.

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  6. Donna Rabus said:

    We live in a town that was all white until a few years ago when white girls started bringing in their black boyfriends – that’s when trouble started. We heard from our county clerk that in order to belong to a club – actually a gang – the white girls had to go to a black town 10 miles from us and get pregnant by a black guy. The blacks are getting to be quite numerous in our town these days. We live in a newer subdivision, but there are govt. housing 5-6 blocks down the street – that is one of the places in town we see lots of blacks and they are bad looking dudes. Crime has gone up in our little town. I remember when I was young, there were signs by our bridge that read, “blacks must be out of Pekin before sundown” – it was a nice little town in those days and safe to walk at night – not anymore. So sad for our town.

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    • peppermintfarm said:

      Donna

      I’m so sorry your town has gone downhill. It happens so much and in Cinti they call it ghetto creep and the neighborhoods are then avoided because of the drug dealing and other crime that pops up. These areas used to be some of the best places to live but no longer.

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  7. Donna and Pepper,
    There was an area in our town that was the premier area for many decades. Park Hill was the “Creme de la Creme”, then, the north east end became “ghettoized.” So, that area became like Pekin and Cinti, and then came “ghetto creep”.
    You can take a person out of the ghetto easily. But it’s hell getting the ghetto out of the person~! It’s almost impossible, and especially in the second generation on downline.

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  8. And there lies the problem. White liberals, treating supposedly “mature” black adults like children, because the guilty white liberal believes THEMSELVES to be superior above all others. To “fix” racism, eliminate guilty white liberals, and treat the black community like the adults they SHOULD be. Good post, and some outstanding comments.

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  9. […] Rev Peterson is no stranger to controversial topics. He challenged blacks, after the death of the thug Michael Brown, for their reaction to a black criminal being killed by police. His commentary struck close to home. […]

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  10. […] Rev Peterson is no stranger to controversial topics. He challenged blacks, after the death of the thug Michael Brown, for their reaction to a black criminal being killed by police. His commentary struck close to home. […]

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