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Mary Poppins Called "Racist" in Failing NY Times ("JLP News," Tue., Feb 5, 2019)

This is the “JLP News” for Tuesday, February 5, 2019

I’m James Hake of The Hake Report


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    1. As you know, Jesse’s nonprofit BOND, the Brotherhood Organization of a New Destiny, is dedicated to Rebuilding the Family by Rebuilding the Man. This month marks the 29th anniversary since starting BOND in February 1990! http://rebuildingtheman.com

    2. The Jesse Lee Peterson Show is “uniting the races with truth instead of dividing them with lies.” White people have a right to tell the truth to blacks, stop being scared, and love them enough to tell them the truth, so that the few will wake up! http://jesseleepeterson.com

    3. The Fallen State is pointing out the demoralization of society, and waking up people everywhere, including slutmakers! But if you don’t want to turn around, suffer and die! http://thefallenstate.tv

  2. (Drudge) Gov. Andrew Cuomo warns budget troubles as the wealthy flee New York… (Newsday) As revenue drops, concern about the proposed state budget rises. Cuomo says he will have to revise his proposed budget as personal income tax collections drop $2.8 billion. He says he’s going to reconsider spending on schools, health care and repairs to roads and bridges. He blames Trump’s federal tax plan capping deductions for state & local taxes to $10,000. Analysts called it a December surprise, and it’s lasted into January.

  3. (Drudge) GAVIN MCINNES SUES SOUTHERN POVERTY LAW CENTER... DEVELOPING… (InfoWars) SPLC listed Proud Boys as an extremist hate group and accused McInnes of promoting violence. An SPLC article entitled “Why are the Proud Boys so violent? Ask Gavin McInnes” asserts, “Violence is at the core of their ideology and their primary tool for silencing their political foes” (producer note: unlike Antifa, the NFL, and, it’s rumored, Hillary Clinton) and blames McInnes for “blatantly promoting violence and making threats.” McInnes is being represented by noted First Amendment attorney Ron D. Coleman. (PJ Media) SPLC also Hired a High-Powered Defamation Lawyer to Defend their 501(c)(3) Tax-Exempt Status in a RICO Lawsuit (Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act). NOTE: The SPLC is infamous for making up their arbitrary anti-Christian, anti-white, anti-nationalist 'Hate maps' and 'hate groups'... which (Wash. Examiner) prompted a failed domestic terrorist attempt — a 2012 shooting at the headquarters of the Family Research Council that left a security guard injured. Rep. Steve Scalise’s shooter also supported the SPLC.

  4. (Drudge) The Mystery of Pelosi's Favorite Bible Verse: Not in Bible… (Slate) Nancy Pelosi addressed presidents of Christian colleges in Washington — she quoted: “To minister to the needs of God’s creation is an act of worship. To ignore those needs is to dishonor the God who made us…. I can’t find it in the Bible, but I quote it all the time. I keep reading and reading the Bible—I know it’s there someplace. It’s supposed to be in Isaiah. I heard a bishop say, ‘To minister to the needs of God’s creation … ’” But it’s not there anyplace. She’s been repeating this line since 2002 — it’s been entered into the Congressional record 12 times, and has mentioned it in speeches, etc. But she’s had very little pushback — producer note: because she’s a liberal woman. (One prof suggested Proverbs 14:31 as the closest thing: “Those who oppress the poor insult their Maker, but those who are kind to the needy honor him.”)


James gave Jesse advice on whether to button his second button on his polo shirt.


  1. (Drudge) Actor Liam Neeson says he wanted to kill a 'black b*st*rd' after a friend's rape… (Independent) “She handled the situation of the rape in the most extraordinary way… She said it was a black person. I went up and down areas with a cosh [that’s a bludgeon], hoping I’d be approached by somebody. I’m ashamed to say that, and I did it for maybe a week – hoping some [air quotes] ‘black bastard’ would come out of a pub and have a go at me about something, you know? So that I could kill him. It was horrible, horrible, … I’ve never admitted that.” But now he’s promoting a movie about revenge. **See new Liam Neeson film Cold Pursuit about a man whose son was killed by a drug gang. In theaters winter 2019.** (Fox News) Liam Neeson faces backlash from blue check mark verified liberals on Twitter calling him “racist.”

  2. (Drudge) NORTHAM WAS BEGGING FOR HIS POLITICAL LIFE, telling his cabinet (WTKR) that he won’t resign and be known as ‘a racist for life.’ Producer note: The media’s universally calling it a “racist” photo of a person in blackface next to a person dressed up in a mock KKK hood. 🙄 Many in his cabinet expressed concern that he would be unlikely to regain the confidence of Virginians. He met with his top administration officials of color on Sunday night, and not one told the governor that he should stay and fight. After he admitted to dressing up as a black version of Michael Jackson, Va. Sen. Tim Kaine (who wanted to be Hillary’s right-hand person in the White House) called for Northam to step down.

  3. (Drudge) Trump Era's Biggest Winner: Jeff Bezos, Presidential Nemesis! (Bloomberg) Bezos’s fortune has grown by $66.2 billion, making him the world’s richest man. His wealth doubled even as Trump threatened action against Amazon. Bezos’s wealth was valued at $135.4 billion, making his fortune a third bigger than Bill Gates’s, according to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index. (Drudge) WASHPOST reporter rips owner… (Wash. Free Beacon) A Female Washington Post Reporter Challenges Bezos to Provide Paid for Paternal Leave, and Equal Pay “for Women.” 🙄

  4. (Evening Standard) Mary Poppins was branded “racist” by an academic crying 'blackface' over a scene where she gets covered in soot. Professor Daniel Pollack-Pelzner in The New York Times, sometimes called The Failing New York Times, writes that when Mary Poppins joins kids going up a “chimney, her face gets covered in soot, but instead of wiping it off, she gamely powders her nose and cheeks even blacker.”


  1. (WND) This prof Daniel Pollack-Pelzner wrote in The Failing New York Times that the Mary Poppins novel’s author associates a rambunctious crew of “chimney sweeps’ blackened faces (which included one-time Bernie fan Dick Van Dyke, age 93) with racial caricature. ‘Don’t touch me, you black heathen,’ a housemaid screams. Admiral Boom shouts, “We’re being attacked by Hottentots!” (Khoikhoi people from southwestern Africa). "We’re in on the joke, such as it is: These aren’t really black Africans; they’re grinning white dancers in blackface. It’s a parody of black menace; it’s even posted on a white nationalist website as evidence of the film’s racial hierarchy." The prof wanted Disney execs to read his article and not show the racism in a potential Dumbo remake, such as when the loitering black crows sing, “I be done seen about everything when I see an elephant fly!” (I learned that was a racial reference from an English prof. from Pasadena City College who won’t come on the show.)

  2. (Deadline) Super Bowl Viewership Falls To Lowest Since 2008 (or 2009) In Historically Low Scoring Game. CBS Sports said that 100.7M watched, some say it was really 98M, about what they got way back in 2009.


  1. (Daily Mail) At least TEN people were killed in a fire in paris, at least 34 others injured, including six firefighters. A woman was arrested after an 'arson attack sparked by a neighbour dispute' killed ten people including a baby at an eight-storey apartment block in trendy Paris district popular with tourists. Survivors had to climb across roofs to escape spreading inferno. 200 firefighters worked through the night and finally extinguished the fire this morning. The suspect in her 40s had been under treatment 'for psychological problems.' She “had been drinking heavily at the time of the fire.” ‘Her T-shirt was smouldering, but she was in the process of starting more fires.’ She had regular fights with neighbors, and people had often complained about her behavior.

  2. (Daily Caller) ‘DISGUST’ AND ‘DISBELIEF’ WITHIN WHITE HOUSE AFTER TRUMP’S SCHEDULE LEAKS. Axios published months of Trump’s private schedules Sunday evening, detailing how Trump spends nearly 60 percent of his time in unstructured “executive time.” People called the leak a malicious breach of trust, knowing the media would portray the president as not working hard. Director of Oval Office operations Madeline Westerhout said: “This POTUS is working harder for the American people than anyone in recent history.” Sarah Sanders said of Trump, “while he spends much of his average day in scheduled meetings, events, and calls, there is time to allow for a more creative environment that has helped make him the most productive President in modern history.”

  3. (AP) 85-year-old Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg made her 1st public appearance since her lung cancer surgery on December 21st. She missed arguments at the court in January, her first illness-related absence in more than 25 years as a justice. She attended a concert by her daughter-in-law singer Patrice Michaels (who apparently doesn’t go by her husband James Ginsburg’s last name). Michaels referenced her mother-in-law’s nickname of “notorious RBG” (a play on the late rapper Biggie Smalls known as the Notorious B.I.G.). Ginsburg had two previous bouts with cancer. She had colorectal cancer in 1999 and pancreatic cancer in 2009. Her son says she walks a mile a day and meets with her personal trainer twice a week.

  4. (ABC News) New York prosecutors seek records from Trump inauguration committee. Prosecutors want information on the donors, and attendees to events. Michael Cohen was interviewed extensively by prosecutors. This is separate from Bob Mueller’s investigation.

  5. (WSJ) Trump to Call for Bipartisanship and Unity at SOTU tonight as He Threatens to Declare Emergency to build the border wall.

  6. MEN’S FORUM the first Thursday of the month, this Thursday, Feb 7th, 7pm at BOND in Los Angeles. rebuildingtheman.com/events or call our office for any info 323-782-1980.

  7. (Fox News) Senate Democrats on Monday blocked a GOP effort to introduce a billl meant to protect abortion survivors, calling it a GOP stunt. Nebraska Republican Sen. Ben Sasse sought unanimous consent to pass the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act, which would have required that "any health care practitioner present" at the time of a birth "exercise the same degree of professional skill, care, and diligence to preserve the life and health of the child as a reasonably diligent and conscientious health care practitioner would render to any other child born alive at the same gestational age." But it exempted the mother from prosecution.


  1. (Fox News) Colorado man fights off, kills mountain lion during trail run, suffers serious injuries, including puncture bite wounds to his face, arms, legs and back. He was attacked from behind. Fortunately, the unnamed runner killed the estimated 80-lb cougar. He hiked out of the area and drove himself to the hospital. (Normally they attack the small, weak, and unsuspecting, the stragglers — and like the element of surprise. It’s wise to carry rocks if you’re in mountain lion country, make loud noise and be alert.)

  2. (Fox News) 'Green New Deal' details emerge, as Ocasio-Cortez preps big reveal of WW2-level mobilization costing $7 Trillion. Alexandria says it’d call for a "national, social, industrial and economic mobilization at a scale not seen since World War II." To raise awareness, Massachusetts Democratic Sen. Ed Markey said he’s invited Varshini Prakash, the co-founder of the Sunrise Movement environmentalist group, to be his guest at President Trump's State of the Union address tonight. Alexandria says it would also “promote justice and equity by preventing current and repairing historic oppression to frontline and vulnerable communities.”

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