Regarding Congresswoman Maxine Waters Past Support of Gangsta Rap Music…I stand Corrected


In the past I mistakenly believe Congresswoman Maxine Water’s during the mid 90’s was an advocate “against” rap music exploitative and derogatory lyrics which the past two decades have label “Gangsta Rap.” Today after researching more into the subject, I found I was wrong rather Congresswoman Maxine Waters came to the “defense” of the Rap Music industry. Aligning herself and political status with Russel Simon crusade denouncing legal attempts to censor the rap music industry, see link…http://articles.latimes.com/1994-02-15/entertainment/ca-23195_1_maxine-waters 

Let it be known I stand corrected. Congresswoman Maxine Waters did in fact lend her powerful political position before to support Gangsta Rap artist, 1st Amendment Rights.

Regardless if rap artist lyrics subtle and indirect intent was to trigger self-destructive thinking in the minds of its listeners and fan base. Rep. Maxine Waters did not care about the coming future generation of youth socially exposed to uncensored degenerative lyrics backed by musical beats and rhythms.

Possibly Waters did not know or realize; There is a major difference between Hip-Hop Musical Art and Rap Music. Hip-Hop art formatted into music posses regenerative lyrics. Rap music (period) posses degenerative lyrics. It’s that simple people. Congresswoman Waters got it wrong. Dead wrong!

True Hip-Hop art was not under attack! The Rap music industry promoting degenerative lyrics was and still remain under attacked and rightfully so. Particularly in the case of gangsta rap music which has proven it have powerful suggestive triggers that influences, subtlety directs and controls the minds of impressionable miss educated young Black American youth to pursue lives of criminality and social taboo professions (Viewed deplorable by moral conscience standards.) as means to have luxuries and the basic needs of daily living.

Congresswoman Maxine Waters how do you feel now decades later after lending your political power and influence to the early beginnings of the Gangsta Rap Industry?

Even a high-ranking member of the KKK, the arch-enemy of the Black American struggle Klansman David Duke, sees the ill-fated reward on the Black community for supporting the Rap music industry, see link http://www.brothersonsports.com/david-duke-says-gangsta-rap-promotes-black-criminality-thuggery-drugs-and-abuse-of-women/

Black Americans Can Not Read The Handwriting On The Wall


Touché for Dontre Hamilton family continue protests keeping pressure and attention on Rogue Cop killing unarmed Dontre. Literally in the back yard of Milwaukee City Hall. The messaging of the incident “Fatal Milwaukee shooting of Mentally Ill Black Man” is somewhat suspect of isolation from Manny’s hidden motivations shared by all rogue cop killings of unarmed citizens in my opinion.

1) Rogue cop Manny did not know Dontre suffered from cognitive behavior problems when he killed Dontre like a rabies dog in City Hall back yard Dontre Hamilton black skin in the mind of Manny determined his actions to kill Dontre.

2) Dontre was murder plain and simple because Rogue cop Manny at the time of killing had(s) preconceived prejudice towards Black men.

Manny prejudice becomes a racist act protected by American Institutionalized Racism. Simply because Manny committed this historical atrocious deed while carrying out his sworn duty to use “Deadly Force,” at his own discretion while on duty as a public servant.

Manny discretion is like that of other Rogue Cops across America killing unarmed citizens (mostly Black men / boys). These acts by rogue cops killing Black men / boys parallels the documented 5500 lynchings of Black people (mostly men / boys) that occurred after the Civil War ended.

During the time period of the Southern Jim Crow Laws which lasted a 100 years from 1865 to 1965. These lynchings acted out by members of America White supremacy group KKK. Furthermore not one member of the KKK, responsible for the documented 5500 lynchings were prosecuted by Local, State and Federal Courts of Americas Judicial System.

As a matter of fact the KKK Organization and its member are document infiltrating America police departments in the North, East and West of America during America Great Black Migrations to north, south, and east States.

Here in Milwaukee MPD recruited / hired Alabama white men into its police force during the 60’s. These white officer’s never changed their state residency once hired. They actually worked 5 days a week and spent weekends back home in Alabama.

More documented research can easily prove connections with American Law Enforcement hiring white men that demonstrate hatred of Black Americans while on duty, with the exact same vengeful attitude as any KKK member. This race hate attitude of Rogue police officer, is supported and endorsed by the National Order of Police Fraternities / Union affiliates in all American police departments.

I say the attitude is “rogue” because obviously not all police officers law enforcement leadership officials endorse these brutal police officers, e.g. Black Police Officer Associations within law enforcement departments across this Nation, the many individual police officer internally standing against corrupt cops, retired police people speaking out against police corruption, Federal Attorney General Eric Holder past 6 years work investigating and sanctioning many police departments for abuse conduct violating citizens civil rights, etc, etc.

These national protest are worthy in their own rights mustering national attention to the “too many” incidents of Rogue cops killing / lynching of unarmed citizens. They have failed to bring attention to the real Systemic Power backing these sanction kills…AMERICA’S INSTITUTION OF RACISM! Evident by America’s judicial systems protecting and clearing majority of these “Rogue Officer’s” from criminal prosecution.

BLACK AMERICANS FIFTY YEARS OF TURNING OUR BACKS AGAINST RACISM HAS BEEN NON PRODUCTIVE IN THE BLACK AMERICAN EXPERIENCE. ITS TIME FOR US TO EXODUS MEMBERSHIP IN OTHER GROUPS AND ORGANIZATION.

AND REALLY BEGIN CONTROLLING AMERICAN INSTITUTIONS IN OUR COMMUNITIES. WE MUST DECIDED TO TAKE CONTROL OF OUR ECONOMIC INPUT AND OUTPUT IN AMERICA.

WE MUST DECIDE TO UNIFY WITH SELF AND KIND TO INSURE PROSPERITY FOR OUR FUTURE GENERATIONS IN THIS AMERICAN SOCIETY. FIFTY YEARS OF INTEGRATING INTO A WHITE DOMINATE SOCIETY HAS PROVEN WE ARE NOT DESIRED BY THE MAJORITY WHITE SOCIETY.

TO SHARE IN THEIR EQUAL DISTRIBUTION OF WEALTH. WE MUST BEGIN TO “CONTROL” OUR DISTRIBUTION OF WEALTH IN OUR COMMUNITIES.

ITS BETTER FOR AMERICA TO STOP FORCING THE MAJORITY OF WHITE CITIZENS TO DO WHAT THEIR HEARTS DICTATE OTHERWISE.

ITS BETTER FOR THE SOCIETY FOR BLACK AMERICANS TO ACT IN THEIR OWN RACE BEST INTEREST…LIKE WHITE AMERICANS ACT IN THE BEST INTEREST OF OTHERS LIKE THEM

The Needed Resurrection of True Hip-Hop…Derailment’s Exposed


Why do Russell Simon seems to always get his face in front of grassroots movements? Like always he has a exploitative motive I’m assured. Can anyone think “Rush Card.”Russell_Simons_at it again-10375033_10152589501921482_3933019650114927379_n

Russel Simon and Run DMC are responsible for selling out the Hip-Hop Renaissance in the 1980’s.

Why do you say Muhammad?

I was there living on the East Coast at the birth of the Hip-Hop Renaissance (1980 to 1989) managing a few young inspired Hip-Hop artist and groups. I had a few notable meetings with then newly formed hip-hop record companies. I also partnered in promoting local Hip-Hop concerts in Hartford CT.

Run DMC was the first Hip-Hop group to commercialize the movement with hit album ‘Raising Hell,” featuring a song rapping about “Adidas Sneakers.” 

They got paid but Hip-Hop lyrical songs rapping cultural awareness took a back seat in music industry distribution and now is underground almost non-existent. 

Now our youth and the public at large is expose to lyrical content that is derogatory, demeaning, and morally degenerative to young Black souls under the guise of real Hip-Hop. 

Today’s rap music culture is not hip. 

In the context of true Hip-Hop: Hip implies self-assurance and self-awareness of destructive elements in one’s environment. 

Hop, implies developing the mental ability to avoid the pit-falls / traps and bad behavior examples present in one’s environment. 

True “Hip-Hop,” is a message tuned to music inspiring things like self-respect, respect for and attainment of proper education; knowledge of self and others, love for ones fellow human being, etc, etc.

Now that’s Hip-Hop. That’s what Russell Simon played a role in derailing.

What you have today is not, I say is not…HIP-HOP. 

Conservatism and the Black Community


Conservatism and the Black Community

Although there are many conservative principles that resonate with a large portion of America, ultimately, the root word itself has a major problem with black and minority communities. What world would African Americans, Latinos, Native Americans and the many minorities in the country would like to conserve?

Is it the world of the 1950’s when racial tension, segregation and unfair laws held back minorities? Is it the current world in which some of our Latino brothers and sisters are considered illegal? Is is the world in which Native Americans were and are continually forcibly moved from their land and sent on reservations to rot?

I think conservatism works when people understand their rights, know that there is a system that will preserve and protect those rights and, the most important part, have had the opportunity to experience and enjoy those rights.

There have been certain periods of history when all three worked for certain groups. Although very still limited, the reconstruction period was a good period for African American men who wanted more for their community. However, when you consider not only those rights, but economic activity, wealth distribution, education and in general the social and economic ladder in this country, things get weird.

To take it a step further, it was Adam Smith, a 18th century economist who described the concept of the “invisible hand”. This invisible force basically allows local economies to thrive. Those with a valuable service and/or product can sell it depending on need in the community.

So, what happens when laws, policies and practices limit, stop and even destroy such productive economic activity in a community for generations? That “invisible hand” is stomped on and it’s fingers are broken.

You get what we call the present day African American community across the country (for the most part), blighted commercial and residential corridors with people who feel and understand to be marginalized without the belief that they can change their destiny. This perspective comes from not wanting to change but from experience of generations.

For years black businesses have gotten the short end of the stick in loans, real estate and opportunity. This leads to less investment, opportunity and for many African American’s less of a desire to change a system that has basically decided it will not change unless it destroys a large part of itself in the process. The Civil War, the Civil Rights Movement and even now with the Tea Party movement (although not on the same scale) are good examples.

For any conservative movement to work in minority communities it can’t come from a perspective of wanting to preserve, to protect or to undo. It has to come from the desire to really see change in these struggling and in some circumstances dying communities. It has to come from that passion and drive to see minorities doing better for themselves and their communities.