Sunday, April 13, 2008

Blacks are that easy to manipulate?

You've heard the conspiracy theories that emanate from the black community:

1.) The government created the AIDS virus in order to wage genocide on blacks. Even Revagogue Jeremiah Wright has publicly stated that little gem. Of course, even if this theory was true, does the government also force blacks to engage in copious amounts of unprotected promiscuous sex and intravenous drug use? Those are still the two primary ways by which AIDS is spread.

2.) The government brought crack cocaine and other hard drugs into the black community in order to wage genocide on blacks. Hey folks, the only way the drugs will do their intended purpose is if people ingest or inhale them. Just say, NO!

3.) Alcoholic beverage companies target blacks by selling malt liquor in black neighborhoods. Again folks, just say, NO!

4.) All you see in the 'hood are liquor stores and gun shops. It's called supply and demand. Businesses wouldn't think those kinds of stores were profitable unless there was such a demand for them.

Am I missing any? Apparently I am, because I left gangsta rap off the list. Grammy winning singer/songwriter Alicia Keys can fill us in on that one:
The Grammy-winning singer-songwriter tells Blender magazine: "'Gangsta rap' was a ploy to convince black people to kill each other. 'Gangsta rap' didn't exist."
But that's not all:
Another of her theories: The bicoastal feud between slain rappers Tupac Shakur and Notorious B.I.G. was fueled "by the government and the media, to stop another great black leader from existing."
Hey don't knock her theories! Alicia Keys knows of what she speaks because:
Keys, 27, said she's read several Black Panther autobiographies and wears a gold AK-47 pendant around her neck "to symbolize strength, power and killing 'em dead," according to an interview in the magazine's May issue, on newsstands Tuesday. (Killing who dead? --Chanman)
Yeah, I know: who cares what Alicia Keys thinks? I certainly don't. The problem is that the utes who listen to her music care a lot - and they are the ones who think whitey is coming to get 'em, and that popping a cap in someone with an AK is "keepin' it real".

I love some of Alicia Keys' music, but her politics are simply bizarre. Shut up and sing, honey.

How insulting is it to yourself and "your people" to basically admit that you have no control over yourselves and can be manipulated into doing anything with the greatest of ease? All the government or big business has to do is introduce it - AIDS, crack, malt liquor, guns, gangsta rap - and blacks will snap it all right up. Hey, don't look at me! I'm not saying this; they are!

Good Day to You, Sir

6 comments:

Law and Order Teacher said...

It's all about victims and victimhood. It has become a national disease and the Dems feed off it. I am the victim, you are the government help me so I don't have to help myself. Easy.

We need to have a conversation about race, my a**. We need to have a converstion about self-reliance. That would be a good place to start.

Darren said...

Hear hear.

Don, American said...

Please don't fall into Obama's trap of talking about the "black community." In America we are only the American community.

Don, American said...

By the way, don't miss "Testing doesn't help classroom education," in today's Bee, pg B5. If you know the author, tell him how much I agree with him.

Chanman said...

Sorry Don, but it's not the "American community" that is pushing these wild-ass conspiracy theories.

The "black community" is welcome to join the American community any time they want, but so far, by and large they choose to wallow in victimhood.

John in E. TN said...

Why is it that the most talented & gifted people are most often the biggest freaks?