Richard Spencer Takes Your Calls! - Jesse Asks If He's the "Head of His Wife"

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2017-08-15 19:30:25 Category: News & Politics מאת:
FIRST INTERVIEW: Leader of the Alt-Right Richard Spencer and Jesse continue their debate on the legitimacy of identity politics. Richard doesn’t think identity politics is a bad thing, Jesse says it hasn’t worked out for minorities. Richard Spencer says the reason black people aren’t doing well is not because of identity politics but rather because of the African race itself. They both agree that black people actually did better under White Supremacy before the civil rights era, when Jesse was growing up. Jesse asks if Christianity is the ‘White Man’s religion’, Richard Spencer says despite originating in the middle-east as a post-Jewish religion, what we know today as Christianity is effectively a White Man’s religion. Jesse asks if Richard loves black people, to which he says no but he doesn’t hate them. Jesse says you must be of love or of hate, and only the blind think that there is gray area. He takes it further to say you can’t love someone while not loving someone else, including your own children. They get into Richard Spencer’s personal life including whether he is the head of his wife, his relationship with his parents and how his family feels about his career choice of White Nationalism and Identitarianism. They also get into a philosophical argument over the nature of hate and love. Follow Richard Spencer at: Donate to support Jesse's nonprofit, BOND: "Rebuilding the Family by Rebuilding the Man" Other YouTube channels: - BOND - The Fallen State Social Media: Websites: Jesse's site BOND nonprofit Shows: The Jesse Lee Peterson Show (live M-F 6-9am PT) The Fallen State (seasonal Weds 6pm PT) Church (Sunday 11am PT) Books by Jesse Lee Peterson: The Antidote: Healing America From the Poison of Hate, Blame and Victimhood (2015) The Seven Guaranteed Steps to Spiritual, Family and Financial Success (1996, 2007): PAPERBACK: KINDLE: Scam: How the Black Leadership Exploits Black America (2005) From Rage to Responsibility (2000)