Reverend Speaks Out On “Black Hypocrisy,” Zimmerman, Trayvon Martin

By Jeremy Morris, Associate Editor, USDR

Full Disclosure Network(R) is releasing a three minute video preview of a six-segment interview series featuring the Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson, founder of the Brotherhood Organization of a New Destiny (BOND) who is a controversial black leader, advocating individual responsibility instead of hatred.  He began his TV crusade on public access cable TV channels in Los Angeles.  Watch video here:

Six Segment Titles Reveal Controversy
The online video and cable TV series features six segments whose titles describe the hot topics covered in the series.  All are available for viewing online at the Full Disclosure Network(R) website for FDN insiders who sign up to receive the non-profit public affairs TV programming schedule that is billed as “the news behind the news.”   Segment titles are:

Segment 1 How Black America is Exploited by Black Leadership
He says that Black people in America are suffering not because they are victims of racism, but….because they have turned their lives over to the government

Segment 2 Silencing The Message
Met with fierce opposition when Rev. Peterson shared his radio message that racism was not the problem in the Black community and that people should think for themselves, the radio station was threatened with destruction and Peterson was banned from 3 local stations

Segment 3 Anger, Hate & Black Genocide
RevPeterson characterizes prominent black leaders such as the RevJesse Jackson and Rev. Al Sharpton claiming they are “promoting racism from the pulpit.”

Segment 4 Perfect Love Is The Answer
RevPeterson explains that “anger cannot exist where there is perfect love and true love comes with forgiveness.”

Segment 5 The “N” Word, George Zimmerman and Trayvon Martin
He says that if the “N” word is such a bad word, Black people would stop saying it, but it is used instead to control white people. He says perfect love makes it impossible to be hurt by words.

Segment 6  Women Hating Fathers
RevPeterson stirred up controversy when he explained why he believes some women hate their fathers.

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