When it comes to certain people in our community, we give them a pass to exploit Black Americans as much as Breitbart, David Duke and Colin Flaherty on the grounds of its' innocent or it's satire. An entire channel dedicated to Black death or criminality isn't satire or exposing the truth; it is a hit piece on Black America that reinforces tyrannical policies on our communities. Can someone tell me the difference between this channel Colin Flaherty YouTube Channel or The War In Chiraq (Click on name to see channel)? Both exploit Black death and crime absent any other variables or groups; we don't have the majority of channels dedicated to any other race or ethnic group pertaining to criminality except Black American.
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The War in Chiraq channel is a disgrace, a long with rappers that perpetuate the same nonsense. One of the many reasons David Banner changed his music, realizing it was reinforcing archaic beliefs that has yet to leave the American psyche. Black death, and being viewed as mindless monkeys has been here since Ota Benga was put in the Bronx Zoo. He was put on display for everyone to see, violated as less than human and a reminder to White America that niggers were niggers.
There were newspaper articles and radio shows dedicated to showcasing the barbarism of Black society and its' pathology. Birth of A Nation was a satirical piece, according to White society; it highlighted the behavior of Black people as rapists, criminals, and uncivilized.
Knowing all of this, what needs to change? We need to hold our Black publications, and platforms to a high standard. Channels, rappers, websites, dedicated to Black death and crime shouldn't be supported. We should chastise people who do this and not celebrate it or make excuses for it. The people of Chicago for example are suffering from a police department that still acts like the mob. Countless of cops have been caught trying to take down good officers, putting rival gangs against each other, killing innocent civilians that didn't pose a threat, gun trafficking, drug trafficking, sex trafficking, civil rights violation, and more. If we don't draw a line now with our media, police departments and local government; we will continue to see Black people vilified and tyrannical policies to back them up.
Prince Solomon's take on Black Death Porn and Numbness to Black Pain:
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