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CIA Invented Rap Too Destroy The Black Community!

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posted on Feb, 24 2009 @ 02:12 PM
reply to post by Afrosamurai

Haha, completely ridiculous claim. Every person is capable of committing violence. The Country guy beat his wife, the Rap guy got caught speeding, the Techno guy got caught smoking weed, etc...

What an ignorant post, the CIA has better things to do with it's time, like fudging up intelligence reports and what not.

Although they have been known by way of the U.S. Military to use Heavy Metal as a sound weapon against insurgents, as a psychological torture method.

Other than that, they probably listen to Rap themselves... Country might be a little too tame to get that killer instinct to surface when flying those Predator Drones...

heh heh

posted on Feb, 24 2009 @ 02:41 PM
reply to post by vcwxvwligen

no sir you're kinda wrong. I minored in music at cal st. fullerton and the word RAP is an abrev. of "rhythm and Poetry". Look it up dude. my point was to school you hip hop haters in what the music is about now a days. Gangsta rap haters need a time machine or something because in 2009 that gets no play on radio or bangin clubs. even the godfather of gansta rap Dr. Dre hasn't produced that type of track since chronic 2001. The work he's done with 50 i guess can be labeled as gangsta by lame white guys from wallstreet but true hip hop heads no that it's not gangsta to slang dope to your people. I think that the artists look down on that and only bring it up on wax to paint a picture for the listener. Kinda like "this is what I had to do in order to survive", not "you should slang too, it's cool".

To be honest, Black people from the innercity's are not the one's responsible for making 50 cent or Wutang clan sell double platinum, It's the little white kids that have no actul worries that buy this stuff. look if you're a 21 year old black kid from new jesey with no education, and a baby on the way, I doubt you're going out to Virgin records and copping that new 50 cent album. Not on your list of priorities. The white kids are hooked on the gangsta stuff because they don't know a damn thing about it. It's cool, and fashionable to them. a black dude struggling in the ghetto knows that being gansta will only lead to 3 things: in prison, in a wheel chair, or dead.

posted on Feb, 24 2009 @ 02:58 PM
reply to post by Afrosamurai

It's amazing to me that such a mind exist. I'm a college educated blackman who grew up in NYC in the 80's. I've listen to rap music for over 25yrs and have yet to "commit any crime" as u put it. what u need to understand is that rap music like any other music is an expression of one's heart and/or emotions. To mask your racist views as "CIA" is utter nonsense

posted on Feb, 24 2009 @ 03:14 PM
am i the only one who thinks its almost offensive to the black community to claim that they are so weak of mind and will that a musical style is capable of destroying them? i mean come on the same can be said about country, i know im ready to destroy my community after 5 minutes of the stuff. i listen to some rap and alot of metal and though it makes my want to break stuff from time to time ive never felt a compulsion to kill, rape or sell drugs, nor has it made me felt that getting shot would ba a good recreational activity. or is that just because im white and therefore immune to whatever insideous funkotronic mind control messages in the music?

posted on Feb, 24 2009 @ 03:14 PM
reply to post by Afrosamurai

I disagree, rap is just a penis extension in a genre/culture thats filled with homophobs, criminals, wannabe criminals that use all this as bully alpha male my gun is bigger than yours crap.

posted on Feb, 24 2009 @ 03:24 PM
Seriously, this is f'ing stupid.

I do believe that there have been efforts to perpetuate bad ideals to "keep the black man down". This however is not one of them, this is simply a case of those who are living that lifestyle expressing their hardships so that others can relate. Those who can't relate create a false image of themselves to present to others so that they can be part of the in crowd, but it is no different in any other subculture (which is really what we are talking about).

To make blanket statements saying that all blacks are involved in this subculture proves that you are not as well informed as you think you are and that you really need to do some legitimate research before spreading such ignorantly hateful sentiments.

Also, if you recall there was a fairly high profile event where Dimebag Darrel was shot and killed at a rock show. So shootings do happen at other types of concerts and within other subcultures. There have been riots at rock shows where people have been beaten and stabbed, where cars where set on fire etc etc. These are only small examples of many incidents of this type, and I am too tired to waste time educating you when you obviously won't educate yourself before making such ignorant presumptions.

There are bad seeds in every subculture, and to label the entire scene as evil or manufactured to inspire evil is ridiculous.

posted on Feb, 24 2009 @ 03:27 PM
reply to post by sinesolis

well said, and poor dimebag, we still miss ya man.

posted on Feb, 24 2009 @ 03:33 PM
reply to post by lunchbox1979

yeah... why did you have to bring that up....


posted on Feb, 24 2009 @ 03:44 PM
reply to post by lunchbox1979

No, the sentiment is clearly racist...

posted on Feb, 24 2009 @ 03:50 PM
Give me a friggin break! take your med,s and get a LIFE! idiot

posted on Feb, 24 2009 @ 04:04 PM
I was introduced to a man from Trinidad/Tobago while going through military boot camp.He was a very friendly individual and his easy going manner and lilting voice and accented English made him popular with all us recruits.

At night he would entertain us with rhyming stories he would concoct off the top of his head.These story's would be about each of us individually.We were all amused and amazed that he could tell a story and that he could make it rhyme.

He explained that this was how oral traditions and oral history had been passed down from generation to generation in the Caribbean islands.

It was also used as a form of entertainment.

He called this form of music,Guarapo

Guarapo: a secular song, often with passages of improvised lyrics where content and length vary according to the skill of the lead singer;

This was in 1973.

[edit on 24-2-2009 by calcoastseeker]

posted on Feb, 24 2009 @ 04:07 PM
reply to post by Afrosamurai

This is got to be the most absurd thing I have ever heard.

You do know the current president of the United States is..... BLACK !??!!?

Seriously do you ANY evidence that anything you've just posted has any basis in reality?

posted on Feb, 24 2009 @ 04:26 PM
This isn't true, speaking as a fan of "real" hiphop, not the fake gangsta genre you see today.

HipHop/Rap was created by mainly African Americans in the 70's, within the Bronx (New York). Rap/HipHop isn't the same anymore though. The system won't allow another Tupac Shakur to rise to fame. You will find there is alot of intelligent, political artists out there who will not get contracts to allow there voice to be heard over the radios and contracts to put CDs on the shelves. It seems the only HipHop/Rap music played over the radios now days is about bitches, drugs and bling (jewelry)..

Maybe there is some truth to this?. There was alot of rummors regarding HipHop police and a women known as Deloris Tucker, who was supposedly offered a substantial reward in the 90's if she could get Death Row records owner Suge Knight to sign a contract to allow an agency to monitor and filter lyrics produced by there artists.

We all can agree on one thing. Media is power. So controlling Rap music or re-directing its trend isn't an out there theory at all. A majority will agree there is an agency which is doing a simliar thing within the movie industry?.

The CIA didn't create HipHop/Rap to lower Black standards so to speak. If an agency is monitoring, filtering the sector it is most likely to keep loud mouthed political speakers out.

King Regards

[edit on 24-2-2009 by quakk]

posted on Feb, 24 2009 @ 04:28 PM
reply to post by Afrosamurai

As i recall rap was started by groups like the sugarhill and gained mainstream success through rappers like Will Smith and Warren G and Tupac, all of whom never rapped about sex, violence, etc. granted there was a lot of marijuana mentioned... its really just the ghetto influence that changed it into the vile filled, culture bending, moral ending atrocity that it is today.

keep in mind that there's plenty of good rap/hip hop out there though!

posted on Feb, 24 2009 @ 04:52 PM
How come I picture a bunch of CIA clowns sitting around, short hair, ties, suits, feet up on the desk. One asks the other, "Hey, Bill, lemme spit some of my rhymes at you. I gots skillz!"

posted on Feb, 24 2009 @ 05:04 PM
reply to post by Asderff
[Rap music is a way for some people to express how they feel & how they live-- a positive way, more like a plan, to escape the life they live]

No way, In today's day, modern Rap is Crap- What it is and what it stands for.

How does modern Rap improve their lives- Haven't you seen the contents of these Rap videos... Dogs fighting... Gunplay... Hos.

Yes they can become a famous rapper rapping about guns and hos and leave their old lives behind- and at the same time prop up the message and lifestyle for the people they left behind.

Rap is an escape for a few and imprisonment for the rest.

The people who live in these communities need to have their own music that is free of dogs fighting, gunplay, and hoes.

I wonder how many people like rap because they like to- or have to.

[edit on 24-2-2009 by star in a jar]

posted on Feb, 24 2009 @ 05:07 PM
I admit it, we did it. We did it all. Flav O Flav used to be a field agent but we convinced him to go under cover and get valuable field intel. We lured him into the new position with the promise of a future reality tv show full of hoes. His research has been invaluable, and he should be honered as a national hero.

posted on Feb, 24 2009 @ 05:20 PM
reply to post by elston

well the cats outta the bag, case closed. i would have never suspected that you would actually admit to it ... then again


[edit on 24-2-2009 by lunchbox1979]

posted on Feb, 24 2009 @ 05:21 PM
Yeah probably a 50 years old guy who just got his ass kicked by a rap listener ... Do you seriously think that your thread will change something ?

My cap is way better than your fake cowboy stetson

posted on Feb, 24 2009 @ 05:25 PM
I don't see the OP's thread as racist. I see it as an attempt to expose racist activity that suppresses inner city blacks through the supply of guns, drugs, weapons and a subculture created through a conspiracy to destroy them.

If they would see it, they could escape the ultimate fate it leads to, which is early death or jail time.

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