Season 7

On this SEASON PREMIERE of TheFallenState TV, host Jesse Lee Peterson interviews Tariq Nasheed, a filmmaker, author, and 'anti-racism strategist.'  Jesse and Tariq discuss everything from civil rights, to dating, marriage, religion, reparations, and The Great White Hope (Donald Trump)!  Tariq discusses his views on white people in great detail, declaring many times what he claims to be the problem of white supremacy.  Tariq also gives Jesse an award—tune in for an action-packed season premiere!

If you were a high schooler supporting Trump during the 2016 election, what would you do if your school newspaper called your verbal Trump support "hate speech"? This is what happened at a very elite, leftist-packed high school in California. As students at this school, TheFallenState TV guests Natalie (16) and Aidan (19) used to keep their political views to themselves, until they decided they couldn't take the "politically correct" insanity a moment longer.

From the Golden Globes, to the Grammys, and very soon the Oscars, we are hearing a LOT about the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements.  Every day, another man seems to "fall from grace" in Hollywood after being accused of sexual harassment.  On this episode of TheFallenState TV, host Jesse Lee Peterson sits down with singer-songwriter-recording artist Emiko and they discuss some very timely topics under the umbrella of feminism.  Emiko has spearheaded the "I Believe You" Project, which is titled after her single of the same name.

On this episode of TheFallenState TV, host Jesse Lee Peterson sits down with Jerod Zavistoski, a comedian, dating coach, and a social and political commentator.  Jesse and Jerod begin by getting into a debate about atheism and God after Jerod reveals that he grew up devoutly Christian, and then later decided to become an atheist.  Jesse asks Jerod where he gets his values from, now that he doesn't believe in God.  They then delve into masculinity, feminism, today's dating world, MGTOW, and whether Jerod thinks like a woman or a man.

On November 24, 2017, radical Islamic terrorists invaded a Sufi Mosque in Egypt and opened fire.  They wounded at least 305 people, including nearly 30 children.  Why would Muslims open fire on Muslims praying?  And why would they make it one of the deadliest terror attacks ever to occur in Egypt?  On this episode of TheFallenState TV, host Jesse Lee Peterson sits down with Sufi teacher Nur Preston, a team member at the University of Spiritual Healing and Sufism.  Jesse wants to know what Sufi Islam is, and how it differs from the radical, extreme versions of Islam.

On this episode of TheFallenState TV, host Jesse Lee Peterson sits down with friends Gus (47), and Alfonso (56). Gus and Alfonso have something in common: both of their wives cheated on them, and they both went through ugly divorce and custody battles to win their kids back. Tune in to hear their unbelievable stories that sound like they are straight out of a soap opera, or an episode of Jerry Springer. It involves partying wives, drinking to excess, cheating, divorce, and the fallout that their children had to deal with when their moms became so blatantly irresponsible.

Teenage blogger Amos Yee was thrown into prison in his home country of Singapore after posting videos in which he celebrated the death of his country's leader, and slammed Christianity and Islam.  After serving his jail sentences, Amos fled his country because he didn't want to stop speaking out about his views.  He fled to the United States and was ultimately granted asylum.  Tune in as Amos sits down with TheFallenState TV host Jesse Lee Peterson for a wide-ranging, candid debate on illegal immigration, Donald Trump, a border wall vs.

On this episode of TheFallenState TV, host Jesse Lee Peterson sits down with Malak and Yanni Yisrael of the California Hebrews, a black Hebrew Israelite group.  They are also joined by California Hebrews reader Chanakyah.  In an interview that covers a lot of ground, Jesse asks the California Hebrews why they believe that black people are God's chosen people, or the real Jews.  They also discuss race, slavery, civil rights, and whether black people today are cursed.

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