Thursday, April 30, 2015

Music and Black Americans: The Innocent Avenue To The Pathway Of Destruction Part 3

You never exalt dross above gold

         In my last article Music and Black Americans: The Innocent Avenue To The Pathway Of Destruction Part 2, I posed the question as to why anyone would deliberately destroy and degrade Black music? Why would some people exalt dross above gold? The simple answer is that the gifts and calling of God are without repentance (Romans 11:29) and also, what is your strength can also be your weakness.  Judah means to “praise” and Judah was the leader of the tribes of Israel and if you read the book of Jasher he was also more bellicose.  This was the tribe where King David who was a warrior and musician hailed and the tribe of Jesus’ ancestry.  I think it explains in many respects the natural music ability of Black Americans and their penchant for aggression and fighting. Thus, the anointing Black Americans have as the praisers of God can be used for good or bad. Black Americans who have the gift of music have been foundational in all the music genres of American society such as, gospel, jazz, blues, rock and roll, rhythm and blues, and my least favorite hiphop/rap.   Our influence in these genres have had world-wide appeal even the least inspirational and degraded rap genre, so when Satan’s little helpers were looking for a way to further disintegrate the Black community, they needed to look no further than music.  Their vehicle of choice for this disintegration was Rap. 
            Before continuing with this examination of music, I want to define dross.  Dross per Webster dictionary is an unwanted material that is removed from a mineral such as gold to make it better.  It is something of low value or quality, waste or foreign matter: impurity; something that is base, trivial or inferior.  When gangster Rap was foisted upon the Black youth of America it was clear that someone was exalting dross above gold.  The gold that was the music of previous generations of Black musicians was being shoved aside and replaced with the dross of a music genre that glorified criminality, beefs with other rappers, money, materialism, superficial sexuality, misogyny and all things that represent the kingdom of darkness.  It is the equivalent of giving someone like Charles Manson or Jefferey Dahmer a platform to spew whatever sickness is in their heart to the masses. People who can only rap about sex, money, hating women and killing other people don't need a platform in which to urinate their sickness upon other people.  What they need is either salvation or a psychiatric help. 
It is said the thief comes only to steal, kill and destroy (John 10:10) and the messages that the rap world along with their videos communicate to Black youth is that life is about money, drugs, women, being respected and getting killed over trivial matters. And how does Satan reward people who push his kingdom?  He gives them movie deals and tv careers.  For example, Ice-T. He was a rapper who came out with an album called Body Count and a song Cop Killer which at the time caused a measured degree of controversy.  Whatever happened with the album and song, at the end of the day he was later awarded with an acting gig on Law and Order in which he is not a particularly good actor.   This happened for Tupac as well, who of all the rappers of that era appeared less shallow about the life he claimed to represent and whose rap style I actually liked.  He seemed to even prophetically pen in his rap “Keep Ya Head Up”,  I think it's time to kill for our women time to heal our women, be real to our women And if we don't we'll have a race of babies that will hate the ladies, that make the babies. 
In his article The Music Industry Hates Black People on, Sebastien Elkouby eloquently joins me as a fellow conspirator when he writes, “While watching the video for “Hot N****” by  Epic Records’ newest artist Bobby Shmurda, I could hear a voice in my head repeatedly cry out, “the music industry hates Black people.” (I think Mr. Elkouby that could have been the voice of God.) Out of countless amazingly talented unsigned artists waiting for their big break, why would a record company sign yet another half-ass artist whose message is all about death, murder, guns, and more death? It couldn’t possibly be about all the money they project making off this Youtube one-hit wonder since the past couple of years have shown us that viral video stars like Trinidad James and Chief Keef don’t necessarily translate to real-world superstardom. “ 
Well, Mr . Elkouby needed to look no further than the voice in his head which answered his following questions? Yes, the Music industry hates Black people or least someone above the music industry hirelings.  It does not take a rocket scientist to observe that no other minority group is targeted for destruction as Black Americans are.  As Mr. Elkouby noted, you don’t see this in other forms of music such as, pop, rock, country, Tejano, Asian music and whatever other music racial minorities listen to.  Why is that?
            In another article The Secret Meeting That Changed Rap Music and Destroyed A Generation on Don’t Panic Online, the authors publish an anonymous email whereby a former music industry “decision maker” of the late 80’s and early 90’s details how he was invited to a meeting whereby some shady characters told him and some others of a plan to use rap music to fill private prisons of which their companies were invested. Specifically he writes, “Our job would be to help ,make this happen by marketing music which promotes criminal behavior, rap being the music of choice. He assured us that this would be a great situation for us because rap music was becoming an increasingly profitable market for our companies, and as employees, we’d also be able to buy personal stocks in these prisons.”  When the meeting doesn’t go as planned the emailer, questioned a fellow colleague as to why he would be involved in such corruption? The colleague responded, “that it was bigger than the music business and nothing we’d want to challenge without risking consequences.”  Whether this email is authentic or not, the last statement by the colleague, “ that it was bigger than the music business.” is correct nonetheless and answers the question I posed above as to the differential treatment of Black music as opposed to other racial groups in this country. 
          Black Americans are seemingly by nature spiritual people.  You could never outright get a Black American to openly be a worshiper of Satan. It is the reason heavy metal rock music which had Satanic overtones back in the day would never appeal to Black people.  The most profane Black musician at the end of the day would often most enigmatically find a way to thank “God” for his success.  Therefore, when Rap came along it was the perfect vehicle in which to promote a Satanic agenda without any reference to Satan and the results have been spectacular.  What could never have be accomplished with the beautiful sounds of RandB groups such as the O’jays , Temptations, Four Tops, the Commodores, and many others could now be done with gangster rap with the sacrifice being Black females who would one day make a race of babies that will hate the ladies who make the babies. 
           You would never get out of Ice-T, Jayz, Ice Cube, Dr. Dre, and now Lil Waynes, Young Thug, Rick Ross or any other such artist a beautiful song like Three Times A Lady, by Lionel Richie who it is said at one time wanted to be an Episcopalian priest. You would never get out of Lil Kim, Foxxy Brown and now female rappers such as Micki Minaj, a beautiful song such as The First Time I Ever Saw Your Face, by Roberta Flack or a perfectly inflected relationship song such as Neither One Of Us by Gladys Knight and the Pips.  I do not believe that previous generations of Black musicians were necessarily more talented than Generation X and their offspring.  It is just obvious the music industry as illustrated above no longer wanted songs that very often came from people who came out of a church background and thus took on people who were either not as talented or who they could mold and persuade to be superficial artist. 
          You never exalt dross above gold and no other racial/ethnic community would do so, but when you do not know the ways of the devil and you have no true watchmen in your community, as the snake he is likened to, the devil slithers on in and tells you, “You will not surely die.” Only, you find out later that you will indeed die. Thus, the reason other racial minorities and their music are not targeted for degradation with the notion to keep promoting dysfunctional behavior that leads to continual societal backwardness and prison incarceration is because the Principalities and Powers do not care about any of those people as they do not contain among them people who can conclude the age and fulfill the time of the gentiles.  So, yes the quest to destroy Black Americans is bigger than the music industry.  It is downright cosmic in its scope.

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