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The Castration of the Hip Hop Nation


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“Sisters say where are the good Black men/ They’re missin’ in action/ Cause we are at war!”
“Buck Whylin’” Terminator X featuring Chuck D and Sister Souljah
There used to be a time when takin’ a Brotha’s manhood took a lot of time and effort. Folks used to have to go through the trouble of finding a tall tree, a strong rope and a sharp knife. Not to mention sending out all those postcards to make sure that all their friends and neighbors got the right address for the lynching. But today , it’s much easier. All they have to do is find an entertainer , put a dress on him and they can castrate a million Black men, automatically…
Not too long ago, it was understood that just being born a Black man made you an adversary to the White male dominated power structure. So, whether it was lynchings, police beatings or negative images on TV , it was abundantly clear that somebody was out to getcha.
However, in these days of what country singer Brad Paisley and his homie LL Cool J call “accidental racism,” we have fallen victim to the easiest way to ensure the defeat of a people. Convince them that they’re not at war.
Although, Tupac once rapped that “my 4-4 makes sure all your kids don’t grow.,” the wickedly wise have more subtle and diabolical means to rid themselves of the undesirables.. And one of those means is image control.
When the Rick Ross Molly rape song scandal broke, I knew that either way it turned out, it would not be a good look for the Brothas. If left unchecked, Ross would have been given a hood pass to continue making his misogynistic, murder music into eternity. But if addressed successfully , the image of Rick Ross would have to be blown up to be the poster child of rape. The latter happened, and as usual, Black men were caught in the middle of the classic game of “heads I win, tails you lose” and the white image makers that create the Rick Ross’s of the world went, virtually, unscathed
So once again, the image of the Black male took a hit.
Not much different than the OJ Simpson trial back in the day. Even though, I may have believed that “The Juice” was guilty that didn’t stop the image of the Black man as a psychopathic, axe murderer from being beamed across the planet.
More recently, with the tragic bombing of the Boston Marathon , we saw, courtesy of the erroneous reporting of an overzealous CNN journalist ,that even when it comes to terrorism ,the usual suspects are ones with dark skin. This is even more disturbing when placed against the backdrop of the numerous Black males who have been killed by the police because of a case of “mistaken identity.”
Historically, there has been a precedent set that any conquering army, kills the men, rapes the women and, as Chancellor Williams revealed in his work “The Destruction of Black Civilization,” produces children who identify with the rapers of their mothers instead of the cultural traditions of their fathers.
This is why Hip Hop has increasingly become more European than African, adopting lifestyles that were embraced by the Greeks, Celts , etc instead of those from the continent of their ancestors.
One of the recent controversies in Hip Hop is the feminization of the culture which includes putting Black men in skirts. It must be noted that this is not limited to rap music, as one of the most frequently asked questions by conspiracy theorists is “why do most Black male actors have to put on a dress at some point in their careers?”
Although the topic of Black men wearing feminine clothes has been discussed in Hop Hop terms, it has rarely been discussed within the context of Black racial survival, which has generated much confusion and half truths. As Neely Fully wrote in in “ The United Compensatory Code,” “unless you understand white supremacy, everything else will just confuse you.”
What is at issue here is not what one does in the privacy of his bedroom, but whether there will be any Black people left 100 years from now. It’s about the reproduction of Black children which can only be accomplished by the union of a man and a woman. No more,no less.
Sadly, any mention of this topic will have charges of the misnomer “homophobia” flying everywhere. In actually, Black men aren’t afraid of being roughed up by a bunch of gay guys. The fear is the influence that a segment of society that has achieved a substantial amount of political and socioeconomic power has over a group that has been politically, socially and economically castrated. So much so that they will accept the genocide of their race to avoid upsetting the more socioeconomically powerful group.
Also, the feminizing of Black males secures the survival of the white race that could be wiped out in a few generations by miscegenation. It also reducing the chances of Black men physically or mentally challenging white supremacy.
This paranoia is what Dr. Frances Cress Welsing calls “fear of white genetic annihilation.” In her essay, “Black Male Passivity,” she stated that “white males fully understand that males who are forced to identify as females will be programmed, simultaneously , into submission to the males they call “The Man” as opposed to aggressing against these same males.”
Let’s be clear, this is not just limited to homosexuality. Having more love for strippers in a club than for the mother of your children or producing a squad of babies all over the hood who don’t know their daddy does not ensure the survival of the race, either.
Perhaps the worst thing that is being done is using to Hip Hop to brainwash an entire generation of Black Males to execute Kill on Sight orders on other Black males. Thus, making fratricide, an acceptable practice.
From homicides to homosexuality, the desired end game result is the same. The final solution to America’s race problem.
We must understand that this is not just about music or sexual preference. The survival of our race is in jeapody if something doesn’t change. It’s time for Black men to stand up for Black men. Who else is gonna do it?
Like Eldrige Cleaver once said “”We shall have our manhood . We shall have it or the earth will be leveled by our attempts to gain it.”
TRUTH Minista Paul Scott’s website is No Warning Shots Fired.com. For more information on the Black By Nature/Conscious By Choice Campaign contact (919) 972-8305 or info@nowarningshotsfired.com. Follow on Twitter @truthminista
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  • Like Eldrige Cleaver once said “”We shall have our manhood . We shall have it or the earth will be leveled by our attempts to gain it.”

    WOW!

    Too bad that was a while ago…today, a different breed exist & permeates our culture.

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  • Great article!! The problem is as stated above, the moves have been in motion for awhile now. I see a lot of knowledge/intelligent articles on this site but they get passed by and do not get the attention as the “Rumors” section. Something like this should be up and front.

  • streetknowledge

    He spoke the gospel with this article right here, too bad it is on ALLHIPHOP which is deeply involved with the same destruction we are facing in our community.

  • The Big Urban

    “What is at issue here is not what one does in the privacy of his bedroom, but whether there will be any Black people left 100 years from now”. That statement will go over so many readers heads who just cant fathom the possibility that there are always plans in motion to wipe out the black race. Even though evidence of slavery, AIDS, drugs and guns being put in ghettos are right in front of them, they just don’t want to believe it. Keep speaking truth to power.

    • Q.

      The Truth is…Humanity cannot endure in the absence of the Original HuMan and HuWoman. Slavery, AIDS, drugs and guns were intended to cull/control not to totally destroy, as much as the contrary may seem true. We are and have always been integral to all aspects of Humanity on Earth…

  • SuperGod

    Good stuff! I actually enjoyed reading this article. Black folks are a trip now a days

  • RichFromBX

    good article but all it is, is talk – what’s anyone actually going to do?

    send all the hate you want this way but the reality is no one is doing anything but sitting around complaining and blaming white people…you look back at the Civil Rights movement you had people literally dying for their’s and getting beaten on a regular basis for just trying to get to school for the education they had every right to receive and how is that pain repaid…it’s repaid with a 37% graduation rate for black males, seriously???

    I can’t help but think that if you transported a 20yr black male from the 50’s in to today’s world he would say something like “you mean you have Black colleges and you dumb motherfvckers still aren’t going?” – “hold on, you mean to tell me the President of the United States is black and you still feel like you have nothing to aspire towards?”

    Stop with blaming everyone else for the current state of the Black male – enough with white people are pushing guns and drugs in to the ghetto – if that’s the case, the simple solution is to stop taking it…it’s to the point now where it’s like smoking – you have all the information and proof in the world that it leads to cancer and will kill you so if you decide to do it then you’re own your own and not worth helping

    it’s sounds harsh but it really seems like black people are addicted to being the victim and like all addictions, if you ain’t ready to give it up you’re not going to give it up and you will be forever doomed to never reach your full potential…

    • Q.

      Magnifying the nature of the problem and “blaming” are two different things. It is more than feasible for Black people to take personal accountability while simultaneously identifying our adversaries. I’ve noticed that many Black folks tend to separate the two; however, one does not preclude the other… With that being said, black people have revealed themselves to be Black people’s worst enemies, especially at this late date, IMO.

      “Know thyself and thy enemy, remain victorious for a hundred battles.” (Art of War)

    • greenhouse records

      Open your eyes brother and see the bigger picture.

  • concerned

    Great job! I`ve noticed also that the black man is being used to push the homosexual agenda.I find it very disturbing.Your article was enlightening.Keep up the good work.

  • Q.

    Big ups, TRUTH Minista. This article is long overdue!

  • Abrasive Angel

    This is so on point. Thank you for taking the time in writing this.

  • Lexi Burris

    So you’re saying being feminine is bad, and being homosexual is bad and a choice, and all that matters is race, and making sure a certain skin pigmentation lives on, is this correct?

    • greenhouse records

      YES

  • Ann

    I enjoyed this article. AllHipHop is a great stage for this. There really needs to be another black movement. Maybe not a natural hair movement or a violent one where we disrespect white people _and others – but one where we respect ours selves and others. You catch more bees with honey, make peace. Whats the worst they can do for us being nice people instead of “gangsters, drug dealers and being those stereotypes.

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  • jay

    Wow somebody actually addressed this fag shit that’s being promoted to blacks who are signing up by the boatloads…

  • greenhouse records

    Also to add to that incarceration prevents reproduction for those who have not had the chance. So thats 3 fold.

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  • Tim

    ok ok…let’s clear the air…I agree with some of your sentiments, but I have a few questions…Since when does two artists (albeit two big artists!!) namely Kanye West and ASAP Rocky justify a controversy in rap music? Even if this goes against the narrative and the ideas of manhood in American society, does that constitute a big conspiracy in the genre or take away from their music? More to the point how does messages in advertising affect the population gene pool of black people. Better yet, what about the mix races of people that exist here in America. Aren’t we a melting pot of people in one human RACE!!!

    Don’t you think some grounding in the institutions such as the NAACP or Urban League could help cure some of the ills of our community instead of dealing with a music industry that has more of a stake in profit than providing insight and guidance?

    Although some the problems of our community do not get much attention, using Hip-Hop as a platform to address them is a mistake.