Black Racism, August 9, 2012
The cowardly racist murder of 6 people at the Sikh temple by the thug, Wade Page, has given the Corrupt Liberal Media an opportunity to condemn White Hate Music while completely ignoring the Black Hate Music that is all around them.
Hate music is part of white supremacist circles
MILWAUKEE (AP) — When they aren’t ranting in Internet forums, many of the nation’s white supremacists seek a louder outlet for their extreme views: thunderous, thrashing heavy metal or punk music with lyrics that call for a race war.
Wade Michael Page, the gunman who killed six people at a Sikh temple in Wisconsin before being killed by police, was deeply involved in the “hate rock” scene — a shadowy world of hundreds of performers in the U.S. and Europe, most of them playing metal or hardcore punk. Some also play country, folk and other genres.
Yet hate music by black rappers has been broadcast nationwide for over 30 years without being recognized as such by the Corrupt Liberal Media. And the death toll of innocent whites murdered as a result of young black males imitating and being incensed by this hate music, many of these white victims documented on this blog, is in the hundreds if not in the thousands: LINK
And it is still happening today:
Check out these lyrics that glorify the racist attacks on white delivery drivers. Dozens of whom have been murdered by racist black thugs.
“White boy in’ the wrong place at the right time
Soon as the car door open up he mine
We roll up quick and put the pistol to his nose
By the look on his face he probably s — — in his clothes LINK
And unlike the White Hate Music which is isolated to the backwaters of the Internet, Black Hate Music is openly broadcast coast to coast and marketed by large media conglomerates. For instance this black hate video, RIOT, has major corporate advertising and has over 4 million viewers on You Tube:
Clique full of killers, please don’t get us excited
Ill smoking loud, so lame n — – be quiet
And if you f — with us we gon’ start up a riot
I’mma start a riot, I’mma start a riot
And a riot in Greensboro NC happened just days after he appeared in concert there.
And the spewers of this hate and glorification of black violent crime and mob violence are laughing all the way to the bank with one virulent rapper Dr. Dre, reportedly worth $250 Million.
Ya see when niggers get together they get mad
cuz they can’t fade us
Like my niggers from South Central, Los Angeles
They find that they couldn’t handle us
Bloods, Crips on the same squad
with the Ese’s thumpin, n — – it’s time ta rob and mob
(And break the white man off somthin lovely, biddy-bye-bye
I don’t love dem so they can’t love me)
Yo straight puttin down gettin my scoot on
Let’s jump in off in Compton so I gots ta get my loot on
and come up on me some furniture or sometin
Got a VCR
in the back of my car
that I ganked from the Slauson Swap Meet
And motherfucker better not try to stop me
Here is another gem: Violate that Bitch by the “artist” Lil Boosie
Here are the vile lyrics of this “song.”
With the common themes of hating whites and hating women in rap music for the last 30 years, is there any wonder that brutal black-on-white rapes and sexual homicides are epidemic compared to the reverse?
Some liberals are finally speaking out against this filth:
Philadelphia writer and film maker Taleeb Starkes sees the damage every day up close at his job and in his neighborhood.
“With more than 70 percent of African-American children being raised in single parent households, hip-hop often serves as a surrogate parent, and this outsourcing of parenthood has naturally yielded dysfunctional results,” said Starkes, producer and author of the documentary film Mother of No Tomorrows.
“In the hood, hip-hop is omnipresent and is by far the most influential form of entertainment. In fact, it is more than entertainment; it’s a lifestyle.
Even academia is starting to get it.
After making all the usual protestations and apologies about how talented the biggest offenders are and how much he enjoys their music, professor Boyce Watkins of Syracuse University delivers his own intense message in the Black Voices section of the Huffington Post to those glorifying violence.
“I’ll be damned if I am going to sit and watch our kids continue to grow up believing that it’s cool to be ignorant, violent, high, drunk, broke, uneducated and lazy,” he said. “We must critically assess the music we love and let artists know that we will no longer tolerate the mass promotion of ideas that are hell bent on destroying our kids.”
[Editor’s Note: See here for AR’s report on anti-white rap lyrics.]