Sunday, May 8, 2011
Blackworship Masterclass 1989-2011
For 22 years the mainstream music industry, a massive wing of the Anti-White Media behemoth, has enticed young white girls into pairing up with black guys. They do this by suggesting that interracial pairing will help them feel self-righteous, good, mature, refined, with-it, cool, rebellious, hip, and a little dangerous.
Madonna started this trend in 1989. We have replaced her silly song with something rather different in order to avoid copyright infringement on property of Warner (i.e. BIG JEW) music.
Here Madonna writhes sensually while worshipping blacks. They absolve her of her crime of being white. The white cops are in the wrong. White guys are so racist. White cops won't protect her. She doesn't want them to. Her black lover is her Christ/protector/savior. Her black criminal lover is so misunderstood. She worships the wronged, righteous, misunderstood, perfect, sexy, wonderful, noble savage black guy.
Think of the millions of teenage girls worldwide who admire Madonna, our resident Kabbalist goy, and are prompted to follow her in blackworship.
Unless you are a teenage girl yourself, you might not have ever heard of Jessie J. She is just another of the countless Madonna cookie cutter blackworshipper songbots to have left the factory floor in recent decades. In her video "Price Tag," many of the same Madonna-created memes are evident:
Here the white girl pairs up again with a dangerous, poor, misunderstood black. Again her interracial pairing is morally pure. She's not all about money and materialism. No. She loves this guy despite the fact that he drives a beat-up car. Her love is pure and honorable. Here, the white man is reduced to a mere toy soldier (:30 and 1:38). Like the white cop in the Madonna video, the soldier's role to serve and protect is ridiculized, or rendered obsolete, or passe, or just plain wrong.
Funny how we have these millionaire musicians preaching to us about how money isn't important. I can imagine how lots of teen girls who have never had to work a day in their lives, but who nonetheless live a life of material bounty on their parents' dime, might be made to feel morally empowered and high-and-mighty in conveniently adopting the attitudes and the boyfriend-type as advertised here, as programmed by this high-budget ear, eye, and brain candy.
[Again, due to copyright concerns, this video has been altered, and may still be unavailable in Germany. Sorry.]