Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Black America's civil war pt2.Lil Waynes says F@#& Rev Al Sharpton on is latest hit song


Using a remake of an old popular tune many grew up listening to Lil Wayne remade the song Misunderstood to his own version.Now the reason for this blog is simple,this subject affected me personally.I was driving down a popular section of my city when I looked over in the next car to see a car load of young cute White girls listening to hip hop.Now years ago I was on the so called Hip hop nation bandwagon.A movement to bring all races together by getting them to listen to the same music.Now I have to admit at first it was working.Whites learned that Black people do not all think the same and have many distinctions as far as region,background,ect.Blacks learned that not all White people are racist and mean them harm.Now getting back to the girls,I looked over at them and smiled and nodded.They seemed to satisfied that I approved their style or something,or maybe it was them wanted acknowledgment that they were"down".So my nod gave it to them.The song they were listening to was Lil Wayne's Misunderstood.The song has a beautiful beat and it is good.So I decided to look it up on youtube,The song starts out with nice with him venting typical thug nonsense the dumb down youth in America can relate to.He talks first about how people don't think he should have the house he has because he so called hustled for it.That a child rapist would be welcomed over him.Not once did he acknowledge race might be the reason.To do so would put him in the same struggle as his fellow blacks.This is something many people in sports,music,entertainment try to avoid.They know the majority of people who purchase their product are white and suburban.They look to rappers to provide them with a comfort zone.The comfort zone come first and foremost with the antagonism between black people.The marketing people skillfully make sure only hip hop that has some form of Black on Black contention makes it to the suburbs.
Lil Wayne disrespects Rev Al Sharpton
Now although many may disagree with what tactics the Rev uses most Black people stand behind him and consider him a real leader and champion of the people's struggle.Lil Wayne cleverly uses the dislike many White people have for the Rev Al Sharpton to sell tons of records, in the process he sells the Black community out.He lives in New Orleans as I am told.Why has he never used his music to say F@#& George W Bush?Has he forgotten Katrina.And the simple ignorant mined Black people who go along with him should be condemned too.There now are young impressionable minds on the internet now saying F@# Al Sharpton.Many probably do not know who he even is.Can you imagine 45 years ago a Black singer being paid to say F@#& Malcolm X?Now I see why those little White girls were bopping to Lil Wayne so hard.We are in a war Lil Wayne and traitors like him have chosen their side.

6 comments:

Philosophical Negro said...

Bro, when you read this, please reply by sending a one sentence email to breathing_peace@msn.com This is your brother in the struggle, Malik Mahdi. I'll make my point short. I LOVED the way you ripped those teabagging clowns to death on your last show, and I was wishing like hell I was on the show with you. So one day, I'd like to join you on your show, having set some snares and traps for these clowns (black and white). I was furious enough to punch someone (and I don't get that angry to often) when that teabagging fool suggested that Jesse Lee Peterson.....well, you get my drift. Anyway, some day, I'd LOVE to join you for the entire duration of one of your shows. It's one thing to read about the enemies of progress, or see them on T.V., but I have a taste for some REAL blood, and I could get it on air with you. Peace.

Kala Nation said...

Brother George I am glad you got to hear that debate that fool got under my skin.

Philosophical Negro said...

Hey bro. I'll get with you soon. I'm just trying to get out of SC, and into NC, argueably the most progressive and tolerant state in the country. Peace.

Kala Nation said...

Yes my brother get out of that redneck hellhole.North Carolina has got it going on as far as Black people are concerned.

Philosophical Negro said...

Hey bro,

That was another wonderful program last night. When time permits, I find out more about what the "team" (you, Scotty Reid, and the REAL folks are doing). About the show, that guy named Malik acted as if he was someone trying to mimic me, because when you addressed him as George, he didn't I.D. himself as someone from (San Diego, or wherever he was from). He even sounded a little like me. One way to tell if I'm calling in is that I'll get heated up about the topics. Those brothers were on point about 95% of the time, but they're too monotone. You do a good job of injecting raw emotion into the topic. As soon as I finish taking care of some other things, I'll be back on the internet on a regular basis, because the teabagging clowns, and FOX news, are getting out of hand. The buffoons at Fox read the site, because the ones that work off camera used to email me with complaints about the things I said about the "station." Anyway, keep up the good work. P.S. I'm glad you've reminded me of Twitter. You can easily get 50 to 100 requests from people to follow you each night. I quit going, because much of the discussion were about fun (which I engaged in; I hope you can read some of my old twits).

Kala Nation said...

Hey George I thought he was you at first but when he did not answer George I knew he was not you.Thanks for checking out the show.Scotty Reid would love to introduce you to the platform.Yes the monotone is because many don't have the fire I have on these topics.We are really like you said in a fight for our souls.