You better know you owe black people for rap, if you say rap's irrelevant, b**ch shut your trap.

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  • RationalMadman
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    What I see is people talking big, their white privilege is evident,
    Spoilt brats born rich, think their ancestor's wealth is heaven-sent,
    Think they deserve a cent of it, then wonder why the rest resent the fact that blacks have inheritance far less common and the bottom of the barrel's only low due to past prejudice still rendering results the remain prevalent,
    What do you know about it? Petulance among caucasions blessed with tenament,
    They used to own all votes but cannot gloat the privilege anymore; protestors got the betterment thanks to Democratic president's benevolence,
    I know Lincoln freed the slaves, but the was a fuck-ton more to fix and that he never did,
    Civil Rights, affirmative action and practically every tax that helped them was down to Dem's development,
    Some of you are blaming B-L-M for their reverence towards a party that blatantly helped the blacks so much and today is dedicated to egalitarian prevalence,
    I suggest getting your head out of your ass, read less Mein Kampf and your Faux Fox News and more objective facts that'll slap the ignorance out of your mind so fast it's like a zap of electric intelligence,
    You look at looters and think they represent the protests when they are literally hurting black business owners, you're a moron for suggesting it,
    Get to grips with reality, commit less logical fallacies and open your mind to the issue that's affecting many African-American residents.
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    --> @RationalMadman
    If dark skinned people are referred to as African Americans does that mean light skinned people are European Americans etc. etc.

    Of course, all groups  tend to want to divide themselves into ever smaller and smaller sub-groups.  

    Eventually it's just you and I.


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    What is your point?
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    Some black people made good famous rap, and they got rewarded for it with ad revenue.  That's capitalism.
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    Most of those who are most highly rewarded are the crap rappers. Admittedly some who are somewhat good get rewarded, so long as they stick to safe talking points and 'scripts' playing a persona that the Illuminati allows.
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    --> @RationalMadman
    if you say rap's irrelevant, b**ch shut your trap.
    Sure, but not necessarily. I personally don't like a trap but the Black Community can't just get away with bad raps just because people believe in this claim. 

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    --> @zedvictor4
    but are all dark skinned people African?  seems jamaicans and others may disagree.  Now if someone wants to argue their roots are from Africa then congratulations everyone's roots are thus we are all of African descent.  Which means they are being distinguished not by who they are or what they do, but solely on the darkness of their skin.  Seems rather superficial but if that's your only distinguishing quality, that's your choice to be identified by your skin color I guess.
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    There is not a single person walking around America today with no African DNA, regardless of the skin mutation.
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    --> @Greyparrot
    well we need to be able to divide people somehow right?  A very pale redhead I knew of had a couple of kids with a black guy, they were also pale.  I'm not sure if mixed race people count or not, for the longest time they were rejected by those who thought they were pure bloods.  I guess some accuse others of not being dark enough still.
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    --> @Greyparrot @zedvictor4
    Well stated--the both of you.
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    Easy to compliment the words one chose to use, rather than to defend the completely corrupt position they stand for.
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    1. First, "African-American" is a government/corporate designation. It is neither a race nor a culture.

    2. "White privilege" would infer an advantage so called "whites" have as a corporate demographic over so-called "blacks." Assuming your rhyme is inspired by the recent sensationalizing (*cough* staging *cough*) of these recent events, would you care to know that there was research done that found that so-called "whites" were victimized just as much as so called "blacks" by the police?

    3. Lincoln didn't "free" the so-called "slaves." The emancipation proclamation was nothing than a ploy to dwindle the numbers of the already seceded confederate states (the border states, the union, as well as the confederate states under Union control were legally allowed to practice slavery.) Furthermore, the thirteenth amendment wasn't ratified until after Lincoln's death.

    4. The "Civil Rights" movement did worse for so-called "blacks" than it did good. It was a means to ingratiate so called blacks into the public entitlements system, specifically the so called "black woman" where she would be indoctrinated and manipulated by the State to accept it as her new Patriarch.

    5. Equality is a delusion. A surprising posit from one who argues social hierarchy.

    6. No one is owed anything for rap. It's a musical art. It's traded and sold (and pirated) in the market. As Alec stated, "that's Capitalism."
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     The "Civil Rights" movement did worse for so-called "blacks" than it did good. 
    This has to be the most ignorant and nonsensical thing that you've said against the left-wing and against black rights during your time on the site. This is literally impossible to justify.
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    This has to be the most ignorant and nonsensical thing that you've said against the left-wing
    When it's against the "left-wing," nothing I argue is ignorant or nonsensical.

    and against black rights during your time on the site.
    What are "black" rights?

    This is literally impossible to justify.
    In other words: you don't have a counterargument.

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    4. The "Civil Rights" movement did worse for so-called "blacks" than it did good. It was a means to ingratiate so called blacks into the public entitlements system, specifically the so called "black woman" where she would be indoctrinated and manipulated by the State to accept it as her new Patriarch.

    It had good intentions and would have been great if the "movement" stopped at the constitutional amendments and called it a day.

    But the Left elites had other "ideas" to expand on that success, such as systemic segregation by denying school vouchers, rewarding fatherless children, and having divergent policing policies, forcing degentrification in blighted urban areas and essentially systemically walling off the desirables.
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    What is African D.N.A.?.....Do you mean human D.N.A.?

    Africa is only defined by an imaginary line on a map.