Monopoly Ethics - Part 2
May 12, 2005
New York Times
How Hip-Hop Music Lost Its Way
And Betrayed Its Fans
This opinioneer drops a load,
in the midst of which a couple
"...rap music...started out with
a broad palette of themes but
has increasingly evolved into a
medium for worshiping misogyny,
materialism and murder."
At its very beginning, rap music
was whitey's psywar against re-
bellious blacks, preaching all's
well, no need for riots from one
end of the country to the other!
That was the original so-called
"broad palette of themes."
But since all's NOT well in the
ghetto, that bull didn't last
long; and rap, having come into
existence, took on a life of its
Ghetto life is NOT isolated from
The Superpower's misogyny, mater-
ialism and murder applied mostly
overseas by way of invasions and
occupations --but returned "home"
by way of TV, including BET.
The opinioneer continues:
"That this lethal genre of art
has grown speaks volumes about
the industry's greed and lack of
Eichmann Street aka Wall Street
is satisfied --up to a point--
with The Military State's inva-
sions and occupations overseas,
but it forsees the blowback at
"home": black AND white riots
from one end of the country to
Regime change is OK as long as
it's over there!
Call in the opinioneers.
http://www.nytimes.com/2005/05/12/opini ... nted=print