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Why blacks hate Dr. Ben Carson …

Exclusive: Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson slams African-American ‘leaders’ who support evil

Read more at https://www.wnd.com/2018/11/why-blacks-hate-dr-ben-carson/#JRPmxMoRM51wwSKX.99

Dr. Ben Carson is among the most respected figures in the administration of President Trump, not to mention all of America.

But one outspoken black leader says the famed African-American neurosurgeon is actually hated by many blacks, and here’s the reason …

Why blacks hate Dr. Ben Carson

Exclusive: Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson slams African-American ‘leaders’ who support evil

Published: 11/18/2018

Jesse Lee Peterson – host of “The Fallen State” TV show on WND-TV – is the most courageous, outspoken critic of the “civil rights” establishment in America today. Raised without his father on a plantation near Tuskegee, Alabama, during the Jim Crow era, Peterson has lived a part of America’s history few have experienced.

After a spiritual transformation, Peterson founded BOND, a nationally recognized nonprofit organization dedicated to “Rebuilding the Family by Rebuilding the Man.” Peterson is also the founder of The BOND Leadership Academy, a private school in Los Angeles. He’s a radio talk-show host, speaker and author of “The Antidote.”

In addition to writing a weekly column for WND, Peterson appears as a media commentator on Fox News Channel, CNN and other national TV and radio networks. For more information, visit http://www.bondinfo.org.

Dr. Ben Carson is by all accounts an honorable man. He overcame a lot in life, lacking the guidance of his father. His single mother maintained a sense of responsibility and taught him to work hard. He became a world-renowned pediatric neurosurgeon, operating on unborn children and separating conjoined twins. He famously told the truth about the bad policies of a sitting president Barack Obama in his presence. He ran for president, contending with Donald Trump and 15 Republican politicians.

Today, Dr. Ben Carson heads the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) in the Trump Administration. Elitist blacks and liberals were dismayed that a man with common sense took the helm of this department, instead of another far-left socialist.

Under Obama, HUD redistributed low-income blacks out of their ghettoes into safe white neighborhoods, in order to give blacks more “opportunity.” This policy only spread crime and decay, because blacks bring their ghetto nature with them. They don’t develop the character required for successful and peaceful lives. They don’t work, marry or build families.

Black false leaders want to keep blacks addicted to anger and free stuff. They don’t want any example of hope who might awaken them from their delusion of victim-hood.

Now that a good black man (Ben Carson) is aligned with a good white man (President Trump), liberals are having a hissy fit. President Trump truly loves black people, with no fear of telling the truth or being called “racist.” He’s bringing back jobs, fighting the unending flow of illegal aliens, cutting regulations and taxes and creating a business-friendly environment. Liberals don’t want this, because then blacks will not need them or their false government-based solutions. They may even wake up, as many are doing, and stop supporting the wicked Democrat Party.

So to get rid of this symbol of decency, liberals seek to stamp out Ben Carson’s name from memory. They can’t stand a good black man who supports this president. WND reported last week that a Detroit school board member demanded the removal of Dr. Carson’s name from a school. The Detroit school board voted 6-1 last Tuesday to solicit public opinion on changing the name of Dr. Benjamin Carson High School of Science and Medicine.

Order Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson’s book, “The Antidote: Healing America from the Poison of Hate, Blame, and Victim hood.”

Board member LaMar Lemmons (an evil, lying man), told Washington Post that having Dr. Carson’s name on a school is “synonymous with having Trump’s name on our school in blackface.”

Lemmons complained that Carson “is doing Trump’s bidding, and he has adversely affected the African-American community in Detroit as well as the nation with his housing policies. And he’s allied himself with a president that says he is a white nationalist and sends dog whistles that even the deaf can hear.”

President Trump never said he was a “white nationalist” – but adding anything “white” to anything good is a fear-mongering trick to make blacks react hypnotically to a “racist” boogie man that doesn’t even exist. President Trump loves the country – he’s a nationalist. But by adding “white” it makes blacks think of “hate,” because most blacks hate white people.

Unfortunately, this is all that phony black “leaders” have to do to convince many blacks to support evil: Just lie, cry “racism,” and make a foolish proposal that won’t do any blacks any good.

In the same way, they’re removing our historical monuments to Confederate heroes and great colonizers and explorers like Christopher Columbus. These leftists and black radicals are like ISIS: destroying Christian symbols in order to force their way on others.


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Google did it again – interfering with my blog by not updating as I am editing. For documentation purposes.

Kamala Harris’ remarks are the same remarks that Farrakhan makes – and she, Cory Booker, Maxine Watters, and the Black caucus are all followers of Farrakhan. We have to take these remarks seriously because they are all part of the Obama muslim dark government.

Remember Obama took Farrakhan’s remarks and started his own campaign against law and order in the U.S.


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Kamala Harris compares ICE to KKK, gets slammed for ‘disgusting,’ ‘horrifying’ remarks

By Lukas Mikelionis

Harris under fire for drawing parallels between ICE and KKK

Potential 2020 hopeful Sen. Kamala Harris is facing backlash after comparing U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement to the Ku Klux Klan during a hearing on Capitol Hill; reaction and analysis on ‘The Five.

California Democrat and likely 2020 presidential candidate Sen. Kamala Harris drew fury after comparing U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) to the Ku Klux Klan during a hearing on Capitol Hill.

She asked Ronald Vitiello, President Trump’s nominee to lead ICE, whether he shares what she said was the public’s view that ICE was spreading fear and mistrust, in particular among immigrant communities, the same way the KKK did.

“Are you aware of the perception of many about how the power and the discretion at ICE is being used to enforce the laws and do you see any parallels [with the KKK]?,” she asked.

“Are you aware of the perception of many about how the power and the discretion at ICE is being used to enforce the laws and do you see any parallels [with the KKK]?”
— Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif.
The comparison prompted outrage, with RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel slamming Harris for “disgusting” partisanship. “Kamala Harris is trying to launch her 2020 campaign off of comparing ICE officers to the KKK, and it’s absolutely disgusting,” she tweeted.

“What utter, complete & horrifying disrespect for our law enforcement officers. I get she’s auditioning for 2020, but come on…,” wrote GOP spokeswoman Kayleigh McEnany.

‏Harris pointed out to Vitiello’s controversial tweet from 2015 in which he said the Democratic Party was comparable to a “liberal-cratic” or “neo-Klanist” entity. The nominee apologized and admitted that those words were offensive.

“What is the history that would then make those words wrong?” the Democrat then asked, prompting Vitiello to say that the KKK would be labeled as a domestic terrorist group by today’s standards and was motivated by race and ethnicity.

But Vitiello pushed back against Harris’ line of questioning, saying “I do not see any parallels” between the immigration enforcement agency and the white supremacist group and inquired whether she was asking him if the two were in the same category.

“No, I’m very specific in what I’m asking you. Are you aware of a perception that the way that they …” Harris went on, before the nominee snapped back saying, “I see none.”

“Are you aware that there is a perception that ICE is administering its power in a way that is causing fear and intimidation, particularly among immigrants and specifically among immigrants coming from Mexico and Central America?” she asked again.

“Are you aware that there is a perception that ICE is administering its power in a way that is causing fear and intimidation, particularly among immigrants and specifically among immigrants coming from Mexico and Central America?”
— Sen. Kamala Harris

Harris ended her questioning asking whether Vitiello can lead the agency if he’s not aware of the negative views toward it.

“It seems to me that you would understand that when you use words like the words you used just three short years ago, that that would contribute to that perception,” Harris said. “And it’s harmful then, it’s harmful, in terms of the mission of the agency and the work of the individuals there. And it is harmful in terms of leading — innocent people arriving at our border fleeing harm, it is harmful to them.”

Harris is widely rumored to be considering a run for Democratic Party’s 2020 presidential nomination. She recently visited Iowa, one of the first primary states, and swing states such as Ohio, raising speculation that she’s building her national image before the election.


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Their Koran tells Muslims they can lie to rule over any situation. So here you are!

You would think after eight years of Obama everyone would have knowledge of that fact and never deal with any Muslim – because you are going to lose.


First Muslim Women in US Congress Misled Voters About Views on Israel

by Soeren Kern
November 16, 2018 at 5:00 am

◾”Israel has hypnotized the world, may Allah awaken the people and help them see the evil doings of Israel.” — Ilhan Omar, in a tweet, November 2012.

◾”When a politician singles out Jewish allies as ‘evil,’ but ignores every brutal theocratic regime in the area, it’s certainly noteworthy….” — David Harsanyi, New York Post.

◾”With many Jews expressing distaste for an ‘illiberal’ Israel, it’s little surprise that the bulk of American Jewry isn’t overly bothered about the election of Socialists who are unsympathetic to the Jewish state or consider Zionism to be racist.” — Commentator Jonathan Tobin.

Ilhan Abdullahi Omar and Rashida Harbi Tlaib will be the first two Muslim women ever to serve in the US Congress. During her campaign, Omar criticized anti-Israel boycotts. Less than a week after being elected, however, Omar admitted that she supports the boycotts. (Photo by Stephen Maturen/Getty Images)

Ilhan Abdullahi Omar of Minnesota and Rashida Harbi Tlaib of Michigan will be the first two Muslim women ever to serve in the US Congress. Most of the media coverage since their election on November 6 has been effusive in praise of their Muslim identity and personal history.

Less known is that both women deceived voters about their positions on Israel. Both women, at some point during their rise in electoral politics, led voters — especially Jewish voters — to believe that they held moderate views on Israel. After being elected, both women reversed their positions and now say they are committed to sanctioning the Jewish state.

America’s first two Muslim congresswomen are now both on record as appearing to oppose Israel’s right to exist. They both support the anti-Israel boycott, divestment and sanctions (BDS) movement. Both are also explicitly or implicitly opposed to continuing military aid to Israel, as well as to a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict — an outcome that would establish a Palestinian state alongside Israel. Instead, they favor a one-state solution — an outcome that many analysts believe would, due to demographics over time, replace the Jewish state with a unitary Palestinian state.

Ilhan Omar, who will replace outgoing Rep. Keith Ellison (the first Muslim elected to Congress) in Minnesota’s 5th congressional district, came to the United States as a 12-year-old refugee from Somalia and settled in the Twin Cities, Minneapolis and Saint Paul, in the late 1990s.

In her acceptance speech, delivered without an American flag, Congresswoman-elect Omar opened her speech in Arabic with the greeting, “As-Salam Alaikum, (peace be upon you), alhamdulillah (praise be to Allah), alhamdulillah, alhamdulillah.” She continued:

“I stand here before you tonight as your congresswoman-elect with many firsts behind my name. The first woman of color to represent our state in Congress. The first woman to wear a hijab. The first refugee ever elected to Congress. And one of the first Muslim women elected to Congress.”

Omar faced some controversy during the campaign, including a disturbing report that she had married her own brother in 2009 for fraudulent purposes, as well as a tweet from May 2018 in which she refers to Israel as an “apartheid regime,” and another tweet from November 2012, in which she stated: “Israel has hypnotized the world, may Allah awaken the people and help them see the evil doings of Israel.”

After the tweets came to light, Omar met with members of her congressional district’s large Jewish population to address concerns over her position on Israel, as reported by Minneapolis’s Star Tribune. During a Democratic Party candidates’ forum at Beth El Synagogue in St. Louis Park on August 6 — one week before Omar defeated four other candidates in the party’s primary — Omar publicly criticized the anti-Israel BDS movement. In front of an audience of more than a thousand people, Omar said she supported a two-state solution to the Israel-Palestine conflict and that the BDS movement aimed at pressuring Israel was not helpful in trying to achieve that goal.

Pressed by moderator Mary Lahammer to specify “exactly where you stand on that,” Omar replied that the BDS movement was “counteractive” because it stopped both sides from coming together for “a conversation about how that’s going to be possible.”

Less than a week after being elected, however, Omar admitted that she supports the BDS movement. On November 11, Omar’s office told the website MuslimGirl.com that she favors BDS against Israel:

“Ilhan believes in and supports the BDS movement, and has fought to make sure people’s right to support it isn’t criminalized. She does however, have reservations on the effectiveness of the movement in accomplishing a lasting solution.”

On November 12, Omar told TC Jewfolk, a website catering to the Jewish community in the Twin Cities, that her position on the BDS movement “has always been the same” and pointed to her vote as a state lawmaker against House bill HF 400, which prohibits the state from doing business with companies or organizations that boycott Israel.

In a recent interview with the Star Tribune, Omar characterized the controversy over her tweets about Israel as an effort to “stigmatize and shame me into saying something other than what I believed.”

In a July 8, 2018 interview with ABC News, for a segment entitled, “Progressive Democrats Increasingly Criticize Israel, and Could Reap Political Rewards,” Omar defended her tweets. She said the accusations of anti-Semitism “are without merit” and “rooted in bigotry toward a belief about what Muslims are stereotyped to believe.”

On September 22, Omar was the keynote speaker in Minneapolis at a fundraiser focused on providing monetary support for Palestinians in Gaza, which is ruled by Hamas. The US Department of State has officially designated Hamas a terrorist group. After the event, Omar tweeted:

“It was such an honor to attend the ‘Dear Gaza’ fundraiser … I know Palestinians are resilient people, hateful protesters nor unjust occupation will dim their spirit.”

Writing in the New York Post, political commentator David Harsanyi noted that Omar’s rhetoric had anti-Semitic undertones:

“Now, it isn’t inherently anti-Semitic to be critical of Israeli political leadership or policies. The Democratic Party antagonism toward the Jewish state has been well-established over the past decade. But Omar used a well-worn anti-Semitic trope about the preternatural ability of a nefarious Jewish cabal to deceive the world….

“Omar had a chance to retract, or at least refine, her statement. Instead, she doubled down … blaming Jewish Islamophobia for the backlash….

“To accuse the only democratic state in the Middle East, which grants more liberal rights to its Muslim citizens than any Arab nation, of being an ‘apartheid regime’ is, on an intellectual level, grossly disingenuous or incredibly ignorant. And when a politician singles out Jewish allies as ‘evil,’ but ignores every brutal theocratic regime in the area, it’s certainly noteworthy….

“Omar’s defenders will claim she’s anti-Israel, not anti-Jewish. ‘Anti-Zionism’ has been the preferred justification for Jew-hatred in institutions of education and within progressive activism for a long time. Now it’s coming for politics. Democrats can either allow it to be normalized, or they can remain silent.”

In Michigan, meanwhile, Rashida Tlaib, the daughter of Palestinian immigrants, won a largely uncontested race for the open seat in state’s heavily Democratic 13th congressional district.

In Tlaib’s acceptance speech, delivered with a Palestinian flag, she credited her victory to the Palestinian cause. “A lot of my strength comes from being Palestinian,” she said.

Like Omar, Tlaib has changed her positions on key issues in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. During her race for the Democratic nomination in the state primary, Tlaib actively “sought out the support and received the endorsement of J Street.” J Street is a left-leaning organization that is highly critical of the Israel government, and through “JStreetPAC,” it also allocates financial support to those who back J Street’s policies.

J Street endorsed Tlaib “based on her support for two states” with the JStreetPAC website claiming that she “believes that the U.S. should be directly involved with negotiations to reach a two-state solution. Additionally, she supports all current aid to Israel and the Palestinian Authority.”

After her primary win on August 7, however, Tlaib radically shifted her positions on Israel, so much so that Haaretz suggested that she pulled a “bait-and-switch.”

In an August 14 interview with In These Times magazine, Tlaib was asked whether she supported a one-state or two-state solution. She replied:

“One state. It has to be one state. Separate but equal does not work…. This whole idea of a two-state solution, it doesn’t work.”

Tlaib also declared her opposition to US aid for Israel, as well as her support for the BDS movement.

When asked why she accepted money from J Street, Tlaib said that the organization endorsed her because of her “personal story,” not her policy “stances.”

In an August 13 interview with Britain’s Channel 4, Tlaib revealed that she subscribes to the specious concept of intersectionality, which posits that the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is fundamentally a dispute between “white supremacists” and “people of color.”

When Tlaib was asked about her position on Israel, she replied, “I grew up in Detroit where every single corner of the district is a reminder of the civil rights movement.”

When Tlaib was asked whether, once in Congress, she would vote to cut aid to Israel, she replied: “Absolutely. For me, US aid should be leverage.”

On August 17, J Street withdrew its endorsement of Tlaib’s candidacy. J Street noted:

“After closely consulting with Rashida Tlaib’s campaign to clarify her most current views on various aspects of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, we have come to the unfortunate conclusion that a significant divergence in perspectives requires JStreetPAC to withdraw our endorsement of her candidacy.

“While we have long championed the value of a wide range of voices in discussion of the conflict and related issues, we cannot endorse candidates who conclude that they can no longer publicly express unequivocal support for a two-state solution and other core principles to which our organization is dedicated.”

Commentator Jonathan Tobin noted that many American Jews seemed indifferent to victories by these anti-Israel Democrats:

“The base of the Democratic Party has been profoundly influenced by intersectional arguments that, like Tlaib’s slurs, view the Palestinian war on Israel as akin to the struggle for civil rights in the United States….

“For most [American Jews], Israel is, at best, just one among many issues they care about. At the moment, that means most American Jews are far more interested in evicting US President Donald Trump from the White House or expressing solidarity with illegal immigrants than about threats to Israel…

“With many Jews expressing distaste for an ‘illiberal’ Israel, it’s little surprise that the bulk of American Jewry isn’t overly bothered about the election of Socialists who are unsympathetic to the Jewish state or consider Zionism to be racist.”


If a Jewish community put her in office and did not conduct its due diligence – then so be it – they voted and this is what they voted for. Jews in the U.S. will not vote for any Republican – even if it is a Jewish person – so this tells me they have scrambled brains.

All I can say is – you got what you voted for and now have to live with it. Jews voted for a Muslim and now complain’?

My point of view is: I get the idea the U.S. Jews are trying to help tear up the U.S. A good example is Hollyweed.


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Radical Muslim terrorists to attack from a new direction?

It seems naïve for a nation to ‘welcome everyone because everyone’s wonderful,’ but that’s just what a major and prosperous country has been doing: Rolling out the welcome mat and giving cultural accommodations to ISIS fighters and other Islamist extremists.

Now experts are saying it’s ‘only a matter of time’ before these extremists attack their nearest neighbor … us!

Terror experts warn of jihadi threat coming from Canada

Northern neighbor now considered to present ‘a danger to the United States’


The border between the United States and Canada is thousands of miles long, and is undefended – reportedly the longest undefended border in the world.

There’s even a garden, the International Peace Garden, on the border to mark the fact that there hasn’t been a need for security there. Summertime concerts are held there, with French horns and trombones played by high school kids in Canada, while the flutes and clarinets are in the U.S.

The band director has one foot in each nation.

But, says a report in CBN.com, “there is now.”

That need for security.

“Canada is today the happy home of thousands of radical Islamists, ex-ISIS fighters and the Muslim Brotherhood. Their numbers continue to grow, with Islamists infiltrating the Canadian government on several levels,” the report explains.

“But security experts [in Canada] warn that by welcoming radical Islamists, Canada now presents a danger to the United States.”

CBN quotes several experts on the alarming perspective.

“Many years ago I suggested that many of the Islamist extremists might regard Canada as an aircraft carrier from which to maintain operations against the United States,” said terror expert David Harris, of Canada’s Security Intelligence Service.

A major attack on the U.S., by Muslim extremists in Canada, is “only a matter of time,” he concluded.

And Thomas Quiggin, who has written a book about the “Danger of Political Islam to Canada,” said the northern one-third of North America “is becoming a foundational sort of place for Islamists.”

“[Prime Minister Trudeau’s] actually said in our parliament that if you are opposed to ISIS fighters returning to Canada it is because you’re Islamophobic,” Quiggin continued. “In other words, it’s not them that’s the issue. It’s your opposing their return that makes you Islamophobic. It makes you racist.”


Canada has to follow Great Britain since they are the mother of Canada. We know how GB cow tows to the Muslims – so there you are.

As usual socialists like Canada always throw out that “race” card when they have no other card to play. The race card is now called the “JOKER.” In the real world the race card has been over used and doesn’t mean anything any more.


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It was Toronto Sun writer Anthony Furey who put the blame on the idea that “we need to welcome everyone because everyone’s wonderful.”

“This notion that ISIS fighters are somehow deserving of kind of a respect and a cultural accommodation just as much as anyone else is nonsense,” he warned, in the CBN report.

While Trudeau has boasted of the shared “beliefs of fairness, equality, opportunity, and acceptance” in his country, Quiggin asked, “Do you know who you’re talking to?”

He wondered why Trudeau would claim shared beliefs with those who are “anti-democratic, anti-women’s rights, pro-slavery, pro-stoning of women” and more.

The report found “Much of Canada’s mainstream media seems to stand with the Islamists. The Toronto Star announced it was no longer using the name ‘the Islamic State’ because something so barbaric could not be ‘Islamic.’”

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