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Posted by blaXXX, Sun Apr-03-05 10:26 AM
think YOU are being facetious in the least. However, I do think you gravely discounted the veracity and POWER of what you assert:

Powers-at-BE are fully aware that Americans are controlled by what they see/hear on mediums (just ask R. Murdock!)-------ghetto and suburbs alike! Therefore White Racism, within the conceptuality of its ETERNAL evolution, must only allow for Rap/Hip-Hop Acts that yield a tumultuous and nefarious Image of Blackness-----as the most widely disseminated messages.

Its the veracity in how the Enron/WorldCom/MCI/Arthur Andersen Corporate Scandal-players get to REMAIN a TOTALLY Caucasoidal-fraternity------via that image of Ying-Yang/Lil' Jon/50/G-Unit as what the Powers-at-BE MUST allow America to be fed about Blackmen. Because one of us need not even partake of Hip-Hop in this Nation, yet still be viewed/prejudiced/processed like we are of that Fruit-----w/ honor-grad degree in hand!!

The stagnating power of their works, is phenom. Then again, they've been working on this strategii for scores of years so...don't be surprised if you go stand in front of Congress with that efficient scenario you present below-----and get blackballed off The Hill.

>this is what needs to happen
>the people, or some activist or political leader needs to
>stand up before congress and say something to the effect of:
>"as a people we are controlled by what we see and hear. we
>can't really formulate any cohesive thoughts on our own thus
>we rely on music and television to do this for us. we have no
>fathers and family structure so we rely mostly on the music
>and television to guide us. with that being said, we would
>like more music and television programs that can aide us in
>curbing violence in our communities and can help raise our
>you may think im being facetious but i'm not. we need to
>convince the powers that be that these things are true. if we
>can do that, then they will have no choice but to step in and
>regulate the airwaves...3 problems though: 1) that would be
>promoting censorship, 2) not many black people will co-sign
>legislations that clearly say blacks are holding blacks back
>3) just like when cash money/no limit/hypnotized minds were
>broke and underground back in the 90's, the people will STILL
>find a way to support the bullshit.