Friday, April 09, 2010

HIP HOP: What's Bigger Than It?




HIP HOP: What's Bigger Than It?


"... Since music came up, I’d like to point out that mainstream music has fallen apart, and I do not think that the NWO is responsible for this particular aspect. ..."


"... Great rant. Being as old as hiphop give or take a few years.. your rant hits on many very true statements. I miss the old hiphop. ..."


i agree [redacted], i've heard the same for years, so that made me suspicious. if you look into it more, or listen to the 30 minute interview with alan watt, you can see how the deterioration of "hip hop" is probably by-design, just like the deterioration of "politics" and "education" and "economics" and "family values" and nearly everything else now is.

the big problem now with hip hop fans is they will simply divide and conquor themselves by just crapping on the new stuff and missing the old days. it's all over the hip hop websites: so of course we're supposed to say it. it's the "mainstream" criticism of the culture that's allowed. i've seen it for over 10 years and seen friends trapped in it too.

keep in mind that this happens every generation, or old folks crap on the young folks tastes, often with very good reasons. however, that approach has just played into the NWO plans to separate and confuse the generations for... generations now. that's why we can't just say "yeah, good one" to the same analysis anymore if we can now know better.

no worries, it's easy to get if you look at the evidence. however, anything that people think they know a lot about will make it tougher to change their mind. see: doctors and vaccines. it's the same with hip hop. if we have analysis that we're comfortable with that others think is smart, then that's good enough. the problem is, like vaccines, it's bad for us.

fortunately, we can know better today, including about how the culture was managed to create a fake "conscious" movement that ignored the "new world order" and normalized "problems" and "the struggle" instead if identifying why it is taking place; plus of course it normalized "drug dealing" to create new street-salesmen and let governments continue to bring it in.

true fans of "hip hop" or any other genre wouldn't just normalize powerless language by attacking the decline of their culture as "natural" or just the product of stupid people making stupid selfish decisions. that's the best way to destroy it. that's what's been slowly happening so far. it's only by understanding hip hop's specific role in the "new world order" that we can save it.

incidentally, i agree it was better in the old days, but so was everything else. i even tell new immigrants to canada that this whole country used to be different: it was friendlier, better economically and so on. but, i also tell them that their country won't be how they remembered it fondly as a child either. the only way to "save" anything is to see how it's being destroyed and stop it.



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