Jesse Lee Peterson Quotes

A list created by: Lee Sonogan

I never thought I would be talking or finding value in a conservative that is also a fundamental Christian. Jesse Lee Peterson is considered to be on the far-right as a political commentator and a minister. Most known for his racial views, regardless of the first impression you may get from him, his words come from personal experience and peace that others cannot understand. You can assume that he is a self-hating black man although, everything he says is without emotion and as honest as possible.

  • “Men, it’s okay to be a man!” – Jesse Lee Peterson
  • “What I discovered is that when God took the anger out of my heart, He also took the fear. I know that telling the truth makes enemies, but my message is right and just, and I have no desire to modify it to please others.” ― Jesse Lee Peterson, The Antidote: Healing America From the Poison of Hate, Blame, and Victimhood
  • “The lack of moral character is the number one problem in the black community today.” ― Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson, Scam: How the Black Leadership Exploits Black America
  • “But when you see yourself as an individual first, you are freed to think for yourself, and you become internally self-sufficient. You start to break free from the bonds of racial conformity, and you start to see the good and bad in everyone, irrespective of their color. You start to be less angry, and as you let go of anger you are empowered to love God, your family, and your country.” ― Jesse Lee Peterson, From Rage to Responsibility: Black Conservative Jesse Lee Peterson
  • “As I’ve counselled hundreds of kids over the past twelve years, I’ve noticed a familiar pattern in the wreckage of their lives. Either they are from single-parent homes headed by angry black women, or they’ve escaped from homes where the father is a drunk or drug addict and the mother has been forced to take over the leadership of the home. When we see an abusive, drunk, drug-addicted, or womanizing husband, in most cases his addictions are indicative of his failure to stand up and be a real man.” ― Jesse Lee Peterson, Scam: How the Black Leadership Exploits Black America
  • “But the politically-incorrect truth is that racism today is a state of mind, more than a social reality.” ― Jesse Lee Peterson, From Rage to Responsibility: Black Conservative Jesse Lee Peterson
  • “If people adopt the values that make for personal success—hard work, careful spending of money, sustained effort, delayed gratification—and keep themselves psychologically healthy by rejecting rage and resentment as the controlling attitudes of their lives, they will do well.” ― Jesse Lee Peterson, From Rage to Responsibility: Black Conservative Jesse Lee Peterson
  • “If men do not return to God, evil will destroy us.” ― Jesse Lee Peterson
  • “I became a conservative after a deeply profound spiritual awakening at which point I repented of my anger, and God allowed me to see reality.” ― Jesse Lee Peterson
  • “To own up to one’s lack of courage and shortcoming without excuses is courage.” ― Jesse Lee Peterson
  • “Angry and resentful people enjoy judging other people’s problems because it makes them feel better about their own issues.” ― Jesse Lee Peterson
  • “Men and women of character raise strong children who are not easily influenced by the media, corrupt schools, bad friends, and the outside world.” ― Jesse Lee Peterson
  • “We get what we deserve in life, and the challenges and evils that come are opportunities to overcome.” ― Jesse Lee Peterson
  • “You will never know God unless you love your fellow man, beginning with your father.” ― Jesse Lee Peterson
  • Political correctness is evil.” ― Jesse Lee Peterson
  • Hate-filled people easily believe and repeat slanderous lies about innocent men.” ― Jesse Lee Peterson
  • “Society routinely degrades fathers. Men are typically depicted by Hollywood as inadequate and useless beings who are nothing more than comedic props.” ― Jesse Lee Peterson
  • “Dads offer the spiritual love that instills confidence in children.” ― Jesse Lee Peterson
  • “We must end welfare programs that devalue men and spoil women.” ― Jesse Lee Peterson

I don’t agree with everything he says, but his message and work over thirty years is important in creating more good people overall. If you find value in his words as I have, you understand that in the battle between good and evil, you can see logic more clearly.

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