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‘Uncle Tom 2: An American Odyssey’ Released

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Director Justice Malone released his long-awaited sequel last weekend. Uncle Tom II: An American Odyssey is described as an odyssey depicting America’s gradual “demoralization” through a supposed Marxist infiltration of its institutions.

The original 2020 documentary, Uncle Tom, featured interviews with prominent black conservatives such as author and former California gubernatorial candidate Larry Elder, former congressman and Texas gubernatorial candidate Allen West, and Texas-based pastor and anti-abortion activist Stephen Broden, among others.


The film explores the Marxist ideology within the black American community and how it is using that community as a tool to “further its demise.”

In addition to interviews with executive producer Larry Elder and Allen West, many others are featured, including prominent radio host Jesse Lee Peterson and Carol Swain, a retired professor of political science and law at Vanderbilt University.

Uncle Tom II picks up where its predecessor left off but dives deeper into the use of Marxism in the black community.

The film provides insight into the history of black America, the pull between conservatism and liberalism, and the fight between capitalism and Marxism, all within the hearts and minds of black America.

The term “Uncle Tom” comes from Harriet Beecher Stowe’s 1852 abolitionist novel, Uncle Tom’s Cabin. Even though the novel depicts Uncle Tom as a hero in the novel — fiercely loyal to his fellow slaves — the term has become a pejorative used against African Americans today, particularly black conservatives.

This second documentary explores the use of Marxism and other strategies within organizations such as Black Lives Matter and the black church. The tactics used by Marxists have created false racial tension between Americans, according to the film’s synopsis, and Marxists are simultaneously bent on destroying capitalism and replacing God with government.

One of the film’s featured cast members discusses the state of the black community in America and considers whether the community has gone past the point of no return.

“We’re especially trying to get black people to wake up. It’s time to start thinking for themselves because they’re living on the plantation of the democratic party,” explained radio and YouTube show host Jesse Lee Peterson.

The documentary discusses the history of men and women in the black community – entrepreneurs and patriotic, faith-driven members of black America – who refuse to adopt the “victimhood mentality” explored in the film.

Uncle Tom II is available for streaming as well as in DVD format here   

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Danielius
Danielius
24 days ago

n 2022, Peterson gave a speech at the third America First Political Action Conference (AFPAC), which was also attended by Nick Fuentes and Marjorie Taylor Greene. AFPAC has been described as a white nationalist political action committee. The Anti-Defamation League described Peterson’s speech as the “one of the most racist” of all delivered at the event, in which he described black people as the destroyers of America.

Peterson stated in a 2012 sermon that “one of the greatest mistakes America made was to allow women the opportunity to vote.” He stated that women “can’t handle power in the right way,” that they “have no patience” and “don’t have love.” 

Real nutcase he is.

Last edited 24 days ago by Danielius