Ooo, this reminds me of this interesting video I saw on YouTube about hip hop being satanism... If you overlook them saying hand signals mean you're a satanist, that saying "do what thou wilt" means you're possessed, or that rhythmic beats cause a trance of sorcery, it uncovers some important connections. The points about Jay-Z and large rap moguls perpetuating fantasies of wealth, sex, and lawlessness support the created belief that there is no problem with our finances in America and that enough money will give you freedom. Also it makes a point to say that historical black figures that could potentially spawn revolutions end up dead: King, Malcom X, Tupac. (I'm sure many others could be added to the list). Their words are too effective. I certainly think Immortal Technique is an effective lyricist and I pray he gets heard instead of silenced like so many others.
Beautifully said, hiphop is dead due to the radios narcissitic way of pushing certain people on you and making you feel like that is the way one should behave. The masterminds behind the music industry obviously understand the power of music on the human pysche which is why they play what they do and shun anything that could be considered real music and true lyrics. People shut technique out because they say that he is hateful and speaks of violence but its actually the opposite, he just fights fire with fire and plays there way to possibly get them to see, its passionate anger, how could you blame someone for knowing the truth and not being able to stay so sane about it, being sane is the disease i believe and he actually says it the best "pyscho realms of the street is where i prefer to be." I just dont understand how so many beautiful people can idolize other humans and set them above themselves like the kardasians, gaga(which is a topic all on its own) jersey shore. shows where these kids do nothing but become intoxicated and only spit drama and yet the masses adore them. it just trruly shows you the televison is the major brainsucker here and people are interested only in what others tell them to be. People call me crazy and put me down because of what I believe, and the one thing I have to say to them is have you EVER looked into something for your own benefit and not because you were told to do so, or heard it on the manufactured news, the answer is typically no.