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DMX, the aspiring rapper/stick-up man turned actual rapper, has expired at age 50. He leaves behind 15 children. From a March 14, 2008 interview with DMX:

Q. Are you following the presidential race?
A. Not at all.

Q. You’re not? You know there’s a black guy running, Barack Obama, and then there’s Hillary Clinton.
A. His name is Barack?!

Q. Barack Obama, yeah.
A. Barack?!

Q. Barack.
A. What the f— is a Barack?! Barack Obama. Where he from, Africa?

Q. Yeah, his dad is from Kenya.
A. Barack Obama?

Q. Yeah.
A. What the f—?! That ain’t no f—–’ name, yo. …. You can’t be serious. Barack Obama. Get the f— outta here.

Q. You’re telling me you haven’t heard about him before.
A. I ain’t really paying much attention.

 
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  1. This is why America is going to the dogs.

    • LOL: Pop Warner
    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @Dan Smith


    This is why America is going to the dogs.

     

    Dawgs.



    Yo dawg, saying ‘anjay’ as a slur is apparently a crime



    https://i.pinimg.com/236x/fc/3f/36/fc3f364713400c43b9cf04030a168303--yo-meme.jpg


    https://i.imgflip.com/2c0joa.jpg
    , @Polistra
    @Dan Smith

    Over twelve years ago, BTW

    The wreckage was already in place..

    Replies: @Richard B

    , @Kronos
    @Dan Smith

    Or, more likely going to the cats. I find cats better embody the notion of Balkanization.

    , @AndrewR
    @Dan Smith

    I disagree. If you read the interview, he was actually politically astute. He very accurately noted that the President is just a puppet and that who holds the presidency isn't really important. He was hardly the first or last person to notice this, of course, but it certainly is a position very much in the minority today, even when the president is a clearly senile old man whom they literally had to steal an election to install. If that doesn't prove DMX right then idk what does. Logically, if you believe the presidency to be a puppet show then there's no need to follow the presidential election.

    His comments about Dubya are also amusing. Sad Sailer is too much of a p--- to paste the whole excerpt. It's not like "the n word" or "the f word" aren't used rather liberally on this site. I won't type them out because I dislike getting Whimmed.

    It would be the high point of my life to see a video of him fulfilling his promise [edited for the schoolmarm]: "N named Barack Obama. What the f, man?! Is he serious? That ain’t his f name. Ima tell this n when I see him, “Stop that bullshit. Stop that bullshit” [laughs] “That ain’t your f name.” Your momma ain’t name you no damn Barack."

    Read More: DMX Here I Am -

    , @AndrewR
    @Dan Smith

    I disagree. If you read the interview, he was actually politically astute. He very accurately noted that the President is just a puppet and that who holds the presidency isn't really important. He was hardly the first or last person to notice this, of course, but it certainly is a position very much in the minority today, even when the president is a clearly senile old man whom they literally had to steal an election to install. If that doesn't prove DMX right then idk what does. Logically, if you believe the presidency to be a puppet show then there's no need to follow the presidential election.

    His comments about Dubya are also amusing. Sad Sailer is too much of a p--- to paste the whole excerpt. It's not like "the n word" or "the f word" aren't used rather liberally on this site. I won't type them out because I dislike getting Whimmed.

    It would be the high point of my life to see a video of him fulfilling his promise [edited for the schoolmarm]: "


    N named Barack Obama. What the f, man?! Is he serious? That ain’t his f name. Ima tell this n when I see him, “Stop that bs. Stop that bs” [laughs] “That ain’t your f name.” Your momma ain’t name you no d Barack
     
    Obama would deserve it 100%. He's a Kenyan white boy LARPing like he's some a brotha from the hood. He's an absolute fraud and disgrace.

    Replies: @YetAnotherAnon

    , @Currahee
    @Dan Smith

    15 children.

    , @El Dato
    @Dan Smith

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Qkuu0Lwb5EM

    , @Truth
    @Dan Smith

    Dude, if that wasn't meant to be a double entendre, you nailed it anyway!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0xhRRX9nzzs

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yz15NVfrXZI

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X_GT1MREo18

  2. Greatest interview ever.

  3. DMX kept it real. Comically honest in all his interviews.

    • Replies: @Polistra
    @clifford brown

    And with that rousing speech, Mr DMX was assured of the Democratic Nomination for President.

    , @Neoconned
    @clifford brown

    He was a good rapper. Drama too....late 90s were a good time for hip hop....

  4. I like the guy better now.

    • Agree: Father O'Hara
  5. My country, ’tis of thee,
    Sweet land of liberty,
    Of thee I sing.

    Land where my… Aw hell, you know the thing. Now drop those drawers t’ just above yo’ knee.

  6. They should be put into a longitudinal study.

  7. DMX was based, and his songs reached a wide audience because he had obvious talent. He also had the worst vocabulary of just about any rapper. They measure these things:

    https://pudding.cool/projects/vocabulary/index.html

    I mean, he was dead last. He used the fewest words of just about any commercially successful rapper. I don’t think this means he was necessarily the “worst” or least intelligent rapper. Not at all. Like Donald Trump, he likely had an economy of words. I was always struck by how you could spot lefty psuedointellectuals by their inability to understand Donald Trump’s simple declarative statements. Trump would say one thing, and the typical lefty in the media would hear something else entirely.

    Anyway, RIP DMX.

    • Replies: @MEH 0910
    @Nathan


    He used the fewest words of just about any commercially successful rapper.
     
    https://twitter.com/business/status/1172568043391569920
    , @Ed Case
    @Nathan

    Couldn't find Ol' Dirty Bastard in that list?
    He also had 15 kids, though Covid-19 didn't kill him at 35.
    Not a Rap Fan, but I remember him from his Obit in The Australian newspaper, where he was respectfully referred to as Mr. Bastard by the writer [Stephen Romei].

    Replies: @Nathan

    , @Hateful Hornytoad
    @Nathan

    Aesop Rock is the truth.

    Replies: @Nathan

    , @AndrewR
    @Nathan

    Music is generally targeted towards a specific IQ level (or BAC). DMX definitely wasn't a complete moron but it's safe to say his IQ wasn't too far north of the black median. Thus his music is targeted towards that general crowd. Meanwhile someone like Childish Gambino has a very high IQ, and while his music is good enough that I imagine even dim people can enjoy it, you're not going to get the most out of it if you don't understand words like "onomatopoeia"

    Replies: @Jonathan Mason

    , @Anonymous
    @Nathan

    I could barely pick out the guy from DMY or DMZ, but from my 2-decade-old brief intersection with fuller knowledge of his oeuvre I can recall that he barked a lot. Literally barking, like a hellhound. Does this hurt him in the verbosity metrics do you think?

  8. Was this DMX shown due process?

    • Replies: @RichardTaylor
    @Reg Cæsar

    If you barely mention the idea of an anti-White genocidal agenda, even obliquely, you get tons of heat.

    Gee, that sure is funny for something that supposedly doesn't exit.

    https://www.yahoo.com/news/anti-defamation-league-calls-tucker-162828497.html

    Replies: @AndrewR, @AndrewR, @Reg Cæsar

  9. Despite his professed disinterest in politics (among a great many other things) he seems to have George W. Bush’s number, as well as Hillary’s. Is there any record of his insights into the career of Kamala Harris?

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @black sea


    Despite his professed disinterest in politics...
     
    Lack of interest.

    With a net worth of $0, he was literally disinterested in tax policy. But he had a very strong interest-- in both senses of the word-- in child support law.

    Replies: @Polistra

    , @AndrewR
    @black sea

    And Barack's. I would give up my firstborn son to see a famous rapper go up to Obama and mock him and his mom for being named "Barack" lmao

  10. @Dan Smith
    This is why America is going to the dogs.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @Polistra, @Kronos, @AndrewR, @AndrewR, @Currahee, @El Dato, @Truth

    This is why America is going to the dogs.

    Dawgs.

    Yo dawg, saying ‘anjay’ as a slur is apparently a crime

  11. “What the f— is a Barack?! Barack Obama. Where he from, Africa?”

    And here I though I was the only one. That reminds me, the 2021 Masters is underway at Augusta National. The media’s excited that a black man has a shot (made the cut) at the green jacket:

    Cameron Champ’s father, Jeff, played baseball with the Baltimore Orioles.

    (Tiger’s win is too far back to count?)

    • Replies: @Jonathan Mason
    @danand

    Justin Rose is leading at the halfway mark thanks to a fantastic first round of 65.

    While Rose does play under the English flag of St. George, he was born in sub-Saharan Africa, so he has the potential to be only the fourth African- born winner of the Masters.

    No doubt African Americans will be rooting for a player born on their ancestral continent where the human race first evolved and differentiated itself from other primates.

    Then again, perhaps his South African birth will be quietly forgotten if he wins.

    , @ScarletNumber
    @danand


    Cameron Champ’s father, Jeff, played baseball with the Baltimore Orioles.
     
    To be clear, he topped out at Single A.
  12. How many different baby mamas?

  13. @black sea
    Despite his professed disinterest in politics (among a great many other things) he seems to have George W. Bush's number, as well as Hillary's. Is there any record of his insights into the career of Kamala Harris?

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @AndrewR

    Despite his professed disinterest in politics…

    Lack of interest.

    With a net worth of $0, he was literally disinterested in tax policy. But he had a very strong interest– in both senses of the word– in child support law.

    • Replies: @Polistra
    @Reg Cæsar


    But he had a very strong interest– in both senses of the word– in child support law.
     
    In two senses of the word ;)
  14. @Dan Smith
    This is why America is going to the dogs.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @Polistra, @Kronos, @AndrewR, @AndrewR, @Currahee, @El Dato, @Truth

    Over twelve years ago, BTW

    The wreckage was already in place..

    • Replies: @Richard B
    @Polistra


    Over twelve years ago, BTW

    The wreckage was already in place..
     

    Long before that. Still, point well taken.

    You'd think people would start crawling from the wreckage. But, for the most part, they have simply given up. The USA is going out with what has to be the most pathetic whimper in history. They probably don't even notice the wreckage.

    Replies: @Polistra

  15. @clifford brown
    DMX kept it real. Comically honest in all his interviews.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AXca4WcCzlo

    Replies: @Polistra, @Neoconned

    And with that rousing speech, Mr DMX was assured of the Democratic Nomination for President.

  16. @Reg Cæsar
    @black sea


    Despite his professed disinterest in politics...
     
    Lack of interest.

    With a net worth of $0, he was literally disinterested in tax policy. But he had a very strong interest-- in both senses of the word-- in child support law.

    Replies: @Polistra

    But he had a very strong interest– in both senses of the word– in child support law.

    In two senses of the word 😉

  17. DMX is a legend.

    They just don’t make rappers anymore like they did in the 90’s. The boom bap beats and cadenced flows of the era were epic. And DMX went hard AF.

    • Agree: AndrewR
    • Replies: @MEH 0910
    @Rockford Tyson

    Nick Diaz | It's Dark and Hell is hot (DMX)
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4PYizbi36-8

    , @AndrewR
    @Rockford Tyson

    Never heard this one. I like it. Swizzy never disappoints. Thanks

    , @S. Anonyia
    @Rockford Tyson

    The mumble rap the Zoomers (whites and blacks alike) listen to today is the worst. The vibe it gives me is Caribbean lamentation for the dead being warbled by a dude about to pass out from cough syrup.

    Replies: @AndrewR, @Jay Fink

  18. a) ok i had no idea that this particular Boondocks bit from “It’s a Black President Huey Freeman” was based on this:

    b) something like 10 or 20 people mentioned DMX’s death over the last 3 threads. Am i missing something about him as important? He’s not Tupac or biggie or snoop lion etc.

    Checking out the 5 songs in https://people.com/music/dmx-dead-rappers-memorable-songs/ i maybe recognize 1. i have a hard time believing many people here were fans of his or even particularly familiar with him. He was bigger than, say, that Nipsey Hussle guy who the media pretended to know about, but still.

    • LOL: Kronos
    • Replies: @Sean
    @vhrm

    "I got blood on my hands and there's no remorse/And got blood on my dick cause I fucked a corpse"


    Trump speaks simply. Its rhetoric and sometimes less is more; DMX is the only musical artist in history whose to release five consecutive albums (his first five) that debuted at number one.


    He’s not Tupac or biggie
     
    Tupac interjected himself in a situation and ended up shooting two cops and walking free, that made him. Mike Tyson said women would do anything (anyone) that Tupac asked them to. Tyson benefited from that, and warned Tupac to stop hanging around with the thug Haitian Jack, who it is is pretty well established had Tupac shot in NYC. Then Tupac went to Death Row records, and on a trip to see a Tyson fight, decided he not the tough guys surrounding him, should initiate a hotel lobby beating of what he perhaps didn't realise was a known assassin, Orlando Paterson, who shot dead Tupac three hours later. Biggie was killed by Death Row's head of security, a notorious former Compton police officer.

    The moral is that blacks have not been selected for subordination and material success in a hierarchy. They resent anyone putting them in the shade. Every song of DMX was violent but he got it out of his system by matching pitbulls to the death, which he was repeatedly caught at. With his upbringing of being battered as a child, DMX knew it was not the battle it was the war, and he needed to last ong enough to pay massive child support them go out like a superstar (Jackson, Prince) at a very respectable age for a person with his lifestyle. With 15 kids he was a superior vehicle for his DNA, which rewarded him with happiness I am sure.

    , @AceDeuce
    @vhrm

    Agreed. I've heard the guy's name--I've heard some of his "music" and have seen when he was in the news getting arrested for various things, but I couldn't name a single song of his. It worries me seeing people on this site who are actual fans of his, complete with wigger talk ("went hard AF"). I mean, it's a free country, but 90% of the Whites under 35 are, to borrow a phrase from them "Hella f**ked up".

    Note to Ben Franklin--Sorry, sir-we couldn't keep it.

    , @J.Ross
    @vhrm

    DMX was a sort of water mark of degeneracy. The first time I had heard of him was Howard Stern freaking out over the normalization of the n-word. A local radio host called Stern's producer Robin this word, it lead to a discussion about "*er" versus "*a," and then they discovered DMX's work, which uses the word for punctuation.

  19. @Dan Smith
    This is why America is going to the dogs.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @Polistra, @Kronos, @AndrewR, @AndrewR, @Currahee, @El Dato, @Truth

    Or, more likely going to the cats. I find cats better embody the notion of Balkanization.

    • Thanks: Redneck farmer
  20. @Reg Cæsar
    Was this DMX shown due process?



    https://twitter.com/AsteadWesley/status/1379584734972497926

    Replies: @RichardTaylor

    If you barely mention the idea of an anti-White genocidal agenda, even obliquely, you get tons of heat.

    Gee, that sure is funny for something that supposedly doesn’t exit.

    https://www.yahoo.com/news/anti-defamation-league-calls-tucker-162828497.html

    • Agree: Redman
    • Replies: @AndrewR
    @RichardTaylor

    They cry out in pain as they strike you. I hope one day people start getting labelled as genocidal conspiracy theorists for mentioning the Holocaust, which is the very foundation of the anti-white genocide currently accelerating.

    , @AndrewR
    @RichardTaylor

    Greenblatt and his comrades are literally saying that Tucker shouldn't say these things because murderers like Tarrant and Bowers have believed similar things.

    I don't know what's more astounding: that the yehudim have the chutzpah argue that a belief/argument/theory automatically becomes wrong if a murderer happens to agree with it, or that most goyim actually think this is a sound argument. White people are disgustingly cowardly. We deserve everything we are getting. We are sacrificing our posterity just to avoid being called racist. "Please: torture my child slowly to death if you have to. Just don't call me racist!"

    , @Reg Cæsar
    @RichardTaylor


    If you barely mention the idea of an anti-White genocidal agenda, even obliquely, you get tons of heat.

     

    Oh, I know. Whenever I point out it's been going on since 1619, you give me heat!
  21. “To a philosopher all news is gossip…”

  22. It would do wonders for my peace of mind and ability to dwell on other topics if I had DMX’s level of ignorance about politics. I often wish I did. Thinking about politics has done nothing but cause me aggravation, alienated me from old friends, and wasted mental energy that could have been devoted to more useful things, like how to do yo-yo tricks or play the banjo. A friend of mine used to feign such ignorance with his wife, who hated Trump, when she wanted to argue about politics.

    “Did you hear what President Trump said about . . . ”
    President Trump?”
    “Yes, President Trump.”
    “Trump? The real estate guy?”
    “Yes. The president.”
    “Trump’s not the president. He has that TV show. Obama’s the president. You know, the black guy.”

    He would keep it up as long as necessary.

    • Replies: @JohnnyWalker123
    @Harry Baldwin

    Thanks.

    From my experience, a remarkably large fraction of people (including many White men) are totally ignorant about politics, current events, and the world around them.

    Here's a trailer for a movie called 'Big Fan.'

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kzQKeqMogh8

    After watching this trailer, you'll learn 3 things.

    1. What's going on inside the head of the average American (especially White male)

    2. Why everything has gone to sh** over the last 50-60 years.

    3. How to instantly cure most of the anxiety and stress in your life.

    The above video should be played at America's funeral reception.

    Fact of the day.

    https://twitter.com/UberFacts/status/627445432143245313

    Replies: @Flip

    , @White Guy In Japan
    @Harry Baldwin

    Feigning ignorance about the Holocaust is a lot of fun.

    "They did what? How many were killed? Nah, that can't be right. Was this on TV?"

    , @JohnnyWalker123
    @Harry Baldwin

    Hey, Harry. Speaking of Banjos....

    Me and you need to do this.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=myhnAZFR1po

    , @Desiderius
    @Harry Baldwin

    This is how we lost the Republic, in half the time as the Romans. A people in a hurry.

    , @Ragno
    @Harry Baldwin


    It would do wonders for my peace of mind and ability to dwell on other topics if I had DMX’s level of ignorance about politics. I often wish I did. Thinking about politics has done nothing but cause me aggravation, alienated me from old friends, and wasted mental energy that could have been devoted to more useful things, like how to do yo-yo tricks or play the banjo.
     
    Harry, the truth you have spoken here resonated in me like someone banging on a Chinese gong; I couldn't merely click thanks, or agree, because neither would begin to indicate the mental isolation and soul-deep misery "thinking about politics" causes otherwise-reasonable people. Even now, when the ongoing collapse of what's left of America leaves one no alternative.

    For me, the worst of it is how that misery and isolation leaches into the groundwater of my life, poisoning the simplest but deepest pleasures of my life: reading, and music. I'm someone who naturally gravitates to books and records of earlier, saner, times.....yet our unspeakable politicians ceding our past, present and future to the marabunta ants among us, mercilessly chewing through everything and everyone in their path, won't allow me a moment's peace; so "politics" is less a chronic annoyance or necessary evil than it is a work crew running jackhammers outside my window, day in and day out.

    Replies: @vhrm

  23. Of 80 tested rappers, DMX had the lowest lyrical complexity:
    https://pudding.cool/2017/02/vocabulary/

  24. actually the interview makes him look almost sympathetic

  25. He leaves behind 15 children.

    Perhaps herein lies the true tragedy.

    What the f—?! That ain’t no f—–’ name, yo.

    Says someone who calls himself “DMX”.

    Never heard of that guy before. Is he by any chance related to BMX, the famous creator of the bikes?

    • Replies: @raga10
    @Dumbo


    Is he by any chance related to BMX, the famous creator of the bikes?
     
    Yes, they were brothers. They also had a cousin, PBX.
  26. Look at how overwhelmingly White&male that crowd is at 1999 Woodstock.

    Steve can insult the intelligence of the late DMX all he wants, but ‘D’ at least used rap to become a millionaire, live a flashy lifestyle, and father 15 children.

    Look at all those White men grunting out those rap lyrics at the top of their lungs. What’s their excuse?

    • Replies: @El Dato
    @JohnnyWalker123

    I'm safe from that crap "based on copyright grounds".

    , @Rooster12
    @JohnnyWalker123

    It’s because there’s a severe lack of masculinity in our current culture and gangster rap was one area where you could find it. They unapologetically talked about sexualizing women, beating and murdering people, and overall were supremely confident. The message might have been crass but it resonated with young men of all colors who were searching for any sense of masculinity in a feminized world. It even resonated to a certain degree with women who saw a world full of emasculated men. I think how successful DMX and other rappers are, is more a reflection of our feminized society than their musical talents.

    Replies: @The Wild Geese Howard

    , @Clyde
    @JohnnyWalker123

    DMX certainly knew how to work that Woodstock crowd of woke white idiots. Of course the word woke was not used in 1999. And hetero ruled the day, no one thought about gays, gay marriage and trannys.
    Pathetic! I get black people going for his crude jungle rap but whites? I will never get it, except that this white attraction to rap/hip-hop must be alcohol and drug induced.

    , @YetAnotherAnon
    @JohnnyWalker123

    "Look at all those White men grunting out those rap lyrics at the top of their lungs. What’s their excuse?"

    Well, the rapper has just handed out the biggest N-word pass in recent history, I suppose they are taking advantage ;-)


    (I agree it's a sad sight and sound)

  27. @Harry Baldwin
    It would do wonders for my peace of mind and ability to dwell on other topics if I had DMX's level of ignorance about politics. I often wish I did. Thinking about politics has done nothing but cause me aggravation, alienated me from old friends, and wasted mental energy that could have been devoted to more useful things, like how to do yo-yo tricks or play the banjo. A friend of mine used to feign such ignorance with his wife, who hated Trump, when she wanted to argue about politics.

    "Did you hear what President Trump said about . . . "
    "President Trump?"
    "Yes, President Trump."
    "Trump? The real estate guy?"
    "Yes. The president."
    "Trump's not the president. He has that TV show. Obama's the president. You know, the black guy."

    He would keep it up as long as necessary.

    Replies: @JohnnyWalker123, @White Guy In Japan, @JohnnyWalker123, @Desiderius, @Ragno

    Thanks.

    From my experience, a remarkably large fraction of people (including many White men) are totally ignorant about politics, current events, and the world around them.

    Here’s a trailer for a movie called ‘Big Fan.’

    After watching this trailer, you’ll learn 3 things.

    1. What’s going on inside the head of the average American (especially White male)

    2. Why everything has gone to sh** over the last 50-60 years.

    3. How to instantly cure most of the anxiety and stress in your life.

    The above video should be played at America’s funeral reception.

    Fact of the day.

    • Thanks: epebble
    • Replies: @Flip
    @JohnnyWalker123


    2. Why everything has gone to sh** over the last 50-60 years.
     
    Going off the gold standard in 1971 has allowed the government unlimited power since it no longer needs to pay for anything with real money.
  28. DMX?

    That sounds like either:

    a.) an organic solvent

    b.) a designer drug

    c.) a model of outboard motor

    • Replies: @mmack
    @Mr. Anon

    D.) a trim level on a luxury car (The DMX package includes heated and cooled leather seats, heated steering wheel, and panoramic sunroof standard).

    E) An Acura or Cadillac sedan. (See the all new Acura DMX at your local Acura dealer)

    Replies: @Mr. Anon

    , @Truth
    @Mr. Anon

    It means, "Dark Man X", White Man Why?

  29. Apparently DMX’s demise is yet another of the thousands of covid-vaccine related deaths … here covered up by the ‘black musician drug abuser’ (racist?) stereotype … he had the vax a few days before the heart attack, after which DMX was in the ICU and then died

    Family says his drug problem was in youth, not recently

    DMX’s family member told MTO News, “DMX got the vaccine when they opened it up to people over 50. He got it so that he could go travel and perform, stuff like that.”

    The family member suspects that DMX’s heart attack could have been a reaction to the vaccine.

    The family member explained, “Everyone in the news keeps saying that DMX had a drug overdose. How do they know? I’m in the family and no doctor told me anything about an overdose.”

    https://mtonews.com/dmx-received-covid-vaccine-days-before-heart-attack-family-says-no-drugs-exclusive

    • Thanks: Wade Hampton, Mr. Anon
    • Replies: @Wade Hampton
    @brabantian

    DMX (whoever that is -- perhaps a relative of Malcolm X) gave his life to support American Pharma's test program for the novel m-RNA vaccines. A relative of mine of roughly the same age as Mr. X and without his history of drug abuse got the jab and is now suffering from brand new chest pains that have sent him to the hospital.

    Thank you for your sacrifice Mr. X and RIP.

    , @El Dato
    @brabantian

    "Post hoc ergo propter hoc" fallacy.

    Now if he had a blod clot, the probability of it being due to a vaccination would be larger. But a heart attack?

    Replies: @anonymous coward

  30. @Harry Baldwin
    It would do wonders for my peace of mind and ability to dwell on other topics if I had DMX's level of ignorance about politics. I often wish I did. Thinking about politics has done nothing but cause me aggravation, alienated me from old friends, and wasted mental energy that could have been devoted to more useful things, like how to do yo-yo tricks or play the banjo. A friend of mine used to feign such ignorance with his wife, who hated Trump, when she wanted to argue about politics.

    "Did you hear what President Trump said about . . . "
    "President Trump?"
    "Yes, President Trump."
    "Trump? The real estate guy?"
    "Yes. The president."
    "Trump's not the president. He has that TV show. Obama's the president. You know, the black guy."

    He would keep it up as long as necessary.

    Replies: @JohnnyWalker123, @White Guy In Japan, @JohnnyWalker123, @Desiderius, @Ragno

    Feigning ignorance about the Holocaust is a lot of fun.

    “They did what? How many were killed? Nah, that can’t be right. Was this on TV?”

  31. @brabantian
    Apparently DMX's demise is yet another of the thousands of covid-vaccine related deaths ... here covered up by the 'black musician drug abuser' (racist?) stereotype ... he had the vax a few days before the heart attack, after which DMX was in the ICU and then died

    Family says his drug problem was in youth, not recently

    DMX's family member told MTO News, "DMX got the vaccine when they opened it up to people over 50. He got it so that he could go travel and perform, stuff like that."

    The family member suspects that DMX's heart attack could have been a reaction to the vaccine.

    The family member explained, "Everyone in the news keeps saying that DMX had a drug overdose. How do they know? I'm in the family and no doctor told me anything about an overdose."
     
    https://mtonews.com/dmx-received-covid-vaccine-days-before-heart-attack-family-says-no-drugs-exclusive

    https://i.ibb.co/PFYxCXb/3964-dead-from-vaccines-Eudra-Vigilance.jpg

    Replies: @Wade Hampton, @El Dato

    DMX (whoever that is — perhaps a relative of Malcolm X) gave his life to support American Pharma’s test program for the novel m-RNA vaccines. A relative of mine of roughly the same age as Mr. X and without his history of drug abuse got the jab and is now suffering from brand new chest pains that have sent him to the hospital.

    Thank you for your sacrifice Mr. X and RIP.

  32. @brabantian
    Apparently DMX's demise is yet another of the thousands of covid-vaccine related deaths ... here covered up by the 'black musician drug abuser' (racist?) stereotype ... he had the vax a few days before the heart attack, after which DMX was in the ICU and then died

    Family says his drug problem was in youth, not recently

    DMX's family member told MTO News, "DMX got the vaccine when they opened it up to people over 50. He got it so that he could go travel and perform, stuff like that."

    The family member suspects that DMX's heart attack could have been a reaction to the vaccine.

    The family member explained, "Everyone in the news keeps saying that DMX had a drug overdose. How do they know? I'm in the family and no doctor told me anything about an overdose."
     
    https://mtonews.com/dmx-received-covid-vaccine-days-before-heart-attack-family-says-no-drugs-exclusive

    https://i.ibb.co/PFYxCXb/3964-dead-from-vaccines-Eudra-Vigilance.jpg

    Replies: @Wade Hampton, @El Dato

    “Post hoc ergo propter hoc” fallacy.

    Now if he had a blod clot, the probability of it being due to a vaccination would be larger. But a heart attack?

    • Replies: @anonymous coward
    @El Dato

    Heart attacks are usally caused by blood clots.

  33. Parents embraced “Sesame Street” for several reasons,
    among them that it assuaged their guilt over the fact that they
    could not or would not restrict their children’s access to television.
    “Sesame Street” appeared to justify allowing a four- or
    five-year-old to sit transfixed in front of a television screen for
    unnatural periods of time. Parents were eager to hope that television
    could teach their children something other than which
    breakfast cereal has the most crackle. At the same time, “Sesame
    Street” relieved them of the responsibility of teaching their
    pre-school children how to read—no small matter in a culture
    where children are apt to be considered a nuisance. They could
    also plainly see that in spite of its faults, “Sesame Street” was
    entirely consonant with the prevailing spirit of America. Its use
    of cute puppets, celebrities, catchy tunes, and rapid-fire editing
    was certain to give pleasure to the children and would therefore
    serve as adequate preparation for their entry into a fun-loving
    culture.

    Vox Day’s hating on Boomers is seen for what it is: an extension of the CIA/FBI enculturated division of the White proletariat into class warfare while they work us over into a submissive racial inferiority.

    Boomers were the first of the White generations fully indoctrinated by state owned 5th estate.

    • Troll: JohnPlywood
    • Replies: @Ron is a kike in love
    @Pat Hannagan

    Thanks for everything, and go fuck yourself John Plywood, I hope you get splinters up your arse.

    Here's to us:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jRO3EZPHBxQ

    , @Alden
    @Pat Hannagan

    Proud to say my 4 kids never never ever watched that commie liberal negro loving Sesame St or any other Propaganda Bolsheviki Station show.

    It was actually designed to improve the meager little brains of black kids. Liberals thought that pre school black kids spent their days watching dreadful NBC CBS and other network TV trashy cartoons. So if only they watched Sesame St their meager brains would fill with ABCs 1+1=2 and even words instead of grunts.

    Didn’t work. I don’t think many kids watched it. Black women preferred their own shows.

  34. Pretty much every form of communication has been infiltrated with informers, software or meatware like Vox Day.

    We need to move beyond old state owned propaganda ideas of our international relations

    How can we be non-griftable in the 21st Century?

    It starts with every man & woman evaluating what we believe in a line by line format like the left does as exampled like Jimmy Dore.

    Why are we, the supposed “right” supposed to hero worship big-state privatise the profits, socialise the losses fat cats like Trumps as our heroes?

    Because we are taken for granted.

    • Replies: @J.Ross
    @Pat Hannagan

    We must become our own media.

  35. Anonymous[226] • Disclaimer says:

    ‘Expired Rapper’

    More like.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @Anonymous

    Reminds me of a famous comment uttered by that Victorian English librettist, WS Gilbert.

    Gilbert was once asked by a lady if Chopin was still 'composing new works'.

    "No, Ma'am", he replied, "He is by the way of decomposing".

    , @Anonymous
    @Anonymous

    Lasting Hip-hop fame is 10% perspiration, 90% expiration

  36. @El Dato
    @brabantian

    "Post hoc ergo propter hoc" fallacy.

    Now if he had a blod clot, the probability of it being due to a vaccination would be larger. But a heart attack?

    Replies: @anonymous coward

    Heart attacks are usally caused by blood clots.

    • Thanks: donut
  37. @JohnnyWalker123
    Look at how overwhelmingly White&male that crowd is at 1999 Woodstock.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qDg3JGBBYjo

    Steve can insult the intelligence of the late DMX all he wants, but 'D' at least used rap to become a millionaire, live a flashy lifestyle, and father 15 children.

    Look at all those White men grunting out those rap lyrics at the top of their lungs. What's their excuse?

    Replies: @El Dato, @Rooster12, @Clyde, @YetAnotherAnon

    I’m safe from that crap “based on copyright grounds”.

  38. @Nathan
    DMX was based, and his songs reached a wide audience because he had obvious talent. He also had the worst vocabulary of just about any rapper. They measure these things:

    https://pudding.cool/projects/vocabulary/index.html

    I mean, he was dead last. He used the fewest words of just about any commercially successful rapper. I don't think this means he was necessarily the "worst" or least intelligent rapper. Not at all. Like Donald Trump, he likely had an economy of words. I was always struck by how you could spot lefty psuedointellectuals by their inability to understand Donald Trump's simple declarative statements. Trump would say one thing, and the typical lefty in the media would hear something else entirely.

    Anyway, RIP DMX.

    Replies: @MEH 0910, @Ed Case, @Hateful Hornytoad, @AndrewR, @Anonymous

    He used the fewest words of just about any commercially successful rapper.

    • LOL: AndrewR
  39. @Dumbo

    He leaves behind 15 children.
     
    Perhaps herein lies the true tragedy.


    What the f—?! That ain’t no f—–’ name, yo.
     
    Says someone who calls himself "DMX".

    Never heard of that guy before. Is he by any chance related to BMX, the famous creator of the bikes?

    Replies: @raga10

    Is he by any chance related to BMX, the famous creator of the bikes?

    Yes, they were brothers. They also had a cousin, PBX.

  40. @Rockford Tyson
    DMX is a legend. https://youtu.be/XVFx6vtyODs

    They just don't make rappers anymore like they did in the 90's. The boom bap beats and cadenced flows of the era were epic. And DMX went hard AF.

    Replies: @MEH 0910, @AndrewR, @S. Anonyia

    Nick Diaz | It’s Dark and Hell is hot (DMX)

  41. @Nathan
    DMX was based, and his songs reached a wide audience because he had obvious talent. He also had the worst vocabulary of just about any rapper. They measure these things:

    https://pudding.cool/projects/vocabulary/index.html

    I mean, he was dead last. He used the fewest words of just about any commercially successful rapper. I don't think this means he was necessarily the "worst" or least intelligent rapper. Not at all. Like Donald Trump, he likely had an economy of words. I was always struck by how you could spot lefty psuedointellectuals by their inability to understand Donald Trump's simple declarative statements. Trump would say one thing, and the typical lefty in the media would hear something else entirely.

    Anyway, RIP DMX.

    Replies: @MEH 0910, @Ed Case, @Hateful Hornytoad, @AndrewR, @Anonymous

    Couldn’t find Ol’ Dirty Bastard in that list?
    He also had 15 kids, though Covid-19 didn’t kill him at 35.
    Not a Rap Fan, but I remember him from his Obit in The Australian newspaper, where he was respectfully referred to as Mr. Bastard by the writer [Stephen Romei].

    • Replies: @Nathan
    @Ed Case

    So, I happen to be a rap fan, and you will notice that Ol' Dirty Bastard's group the Wu Tang Clan is near the absolute top of the pile. Now, this is surely due to the fact that intellectual rappers RZA, GZA, Ghostface Killah, Method Man, and Raekwon were members of the group, but these great rappers and rhymers thought that having Ol' Dirty as part of their crew was worthwhile. Ol' Dirty was certifiably insane. Nobody disputes that. But his hits did include a guest performance by Kelis, who went on to have a decent solo career with Milkshake, so he could spot talent.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XXTzm5GtqVo&ab_channel=UPROXXVideo

    You may also notice that the video is a tribute to Rudy Ray Moore, who was the subject of 2019's Eddie Murphy comeback film Dolomite is My Name. Rudy Ray Moore was otherwise forgotten when Got Your Money came out in 1999. In fact, the Wu Tang Clan's whole Kung Fu movie aesthetic had been forgotten and was aggressively out of style in the 1990s when they rose to fame. I find that an ironic appreciation of movies is usually a good indicator of intelligence. Whether it's Wittgenstein's love of Hollywood B-movies, Joe Bob Brigg's love of shlock horror (he writes at Taki's and went to Vanderbilt), Steve Sailer's former career as a movie critic, or the Wu Tang's celebration of Shaw Brothers Kung-Fu films, intelligent people can spot what's good in a movie and aren't easily buffaloed by the sentimentality and stupidity that dominate award shows and the box office.

  42. 15 children by how many hoes baby-mamas?

    • Replies: @Sick 'n Tired
    @The Alarmist

    I heard 9.

  43. @Dan Smith
    This is why America is going to the dogs.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @Polistra, @Kronos, @AndrewR, @AndrewR, @Currahee, @El Dato, @Truth

    I disagree. If you read the interview, he was actually politically astute. He very accurately noted that the President is just a puppet and that who holds the presidency isn’t really important. He was hardly the first or last person to notice this, of course, but it certainly is a position very much in the minority today, even when the president is a clearly senile old man whom they literally had to steal an election to install. If that doesn’t prove DMX right then idk what does. Logically, if you believe the presidency to be a puppet show then there’s no need to follow the presidential election.

    His comments about Dubya are also amusing. Sad Sailer is too much of a p— to paste the whole excerpt. It’s not like “the n word” or “the f word” aren’t used rather liberally on this site. I won’t type them out because I dislike getting Whimmed.

    It would be the high point of my life to see a video of him fulfilling his promise [edited for the schoolmarm]: “N named Barack Obama. What the f, man?! Is he serious? That ain’t his f name. Ima tell this n when I see him, “Stop that bullshit. Stop that bullshit” [laughs] “That ain’t your f name.” Your momma ain’t name you no damn Barack.”

    Read More: DMX Here I Am –

    • Agree: Je Suis Omar Mateen
  44. @Dan Smith
    This is why America is going to the dogs.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @Polistra, @Kronos, @AndrewR, @AndrewR, @Currahee, @El Dato, @Truth

    I disagree. If you read the interview, he was actually politically astute. He very accurately noted that the President is just a puppet and that who holds the presidency isn’t really important. He was hardly the first or last person to notice this, of course, but it certainly is a position very much in the minority today, even when the president is a clearly senile old man whom they literally had to steal an election to install. If that doesn’t prove DMX right then idk what does. Logically, if you believe the presidency to be a puppet show then there’s no need to follow the presidential election.

    His comments about Dubya are also amusing. Sad Sailer is too much of a p— to paste the whole excerpt. It’s not like “the n word” or “the f word” aren’t used rather liberally on this site. I won’t type them out because I dislike getting Whimmed.

    It would be the high point of my life to see a video of him fulfilling his promise [edited for the schoolmarm]: ”

    N named Barack Obama. What the f, man?! Is he serious? That ain’t his f name. Ima tell this n when I see him, “Stop that bs. Stop that bs” [laughs] “That ain’t your f name.” Your momma ain’t name you no d Barack

    Obama would deserve it 100%. He’s a Kenyan white boy LARPing like he’s some a brotha from the hood. He’s an absolute fraud and disgrace.

    • Replies: @YetAnotherAnon
    @AndrewR

    "even when the president is a clearly senile old man whom they literally had to steal an election to install"

    Saw video on the news of him walking, looking as if he could only just remember how to walk and could lose it at any moment. Most people walk without thinking too much about what they're doing, even at that age. He looked like he HAD to think about it.

    On the campaign trail he and Obama had difficulty getting a couple of dozen people at his "rallies", yet he apparently got more votes than anyone in history. Right.

  45. The gays are biding their time for a cancellation push because of DMX’s homophobic lyrics, like:

    Last I heard, y’all niggas was havin sex, with the same sex
    I show no love, to homo thugs
    Empty out, reloaded and throw more slugs
    How you gonna explain f*cking a man?
    Even if we squashed the beef, I ain’t touching ya hand
    I don’t bunk with chumps, for those who been to jail
    That’s the cat with the Kool-Aid on his lips and pumps
    I don’t f*ck with n*ggas that think they broads
    Only know how to be one way, that’s the dog

    No way they can cancel black rappers for homophobia or misogyny.

    • Replies: @Jonathan Mason
    @william munny

    DMX and Prince Philip both had immunity from political correctness.

    Replies: @AndrewR

    , @AndrewR
    @william munny

    As Mike Enoch has noted, there has been a concerted, top-down push in the rap industry to move away from anti-gay lyrics. This isn't to say that "homophobia" has been completely eliminated in rap, but it's much different now than when older rappers like DMX or even Weezy were coming up.

    , @BB753
    @william munny

    Perhaps because nobody understands the fast-paced lyrics in ebonics and ghetto slang? Or cares.

  46. @RichardTaylor
    @Reg Cæsar

    If you barely mention the idea of an anti-White genocidal agenda, even obliquely, you get tons of heat.

    Gee, that sure is funny for something that supposedly doesn't exit.

    https://www.yahoo.com/news/anti-defamation-league-calls-tucker-162828497.html

    Replies: @AndrewR, @AndrewR, @Reg Cæsar

    They cry out in pain as they strike you. I hope one day people start getting labelled as genocidal conspiracy theorists for mentioning the Holocaust, which is the very foundation of the anti-white genocide currently accelerating.

    • Agree: Pat Kittle
  47. https://dmxflea.ytmnd.com/

    https://ruffryders.ytmnd.com

    https://fedexdelivers.ytmnd.com/

    https://wherethethousandhoodsat.ytmnd.com/

    https://xgonnagiveittoyaghost.ytmnd.com/

    https://catnameddamien.ytmnd.com/

    ^ These date back to 2005, nearly 20 years old!

    DMX wrote part of the soundtrack of the lives of millennials who grew up in the 1990s/2000s. He was an icon of the Clinton/Bush43 era of global stability, international finance and internet technology, along with 50 Cent, and many other rappers. This music was being played in the Oval Office in 2004. His passing by a DRUG OVERDOSE is a tragedy and another major blow to American civil society. 2020-2021 is shaping up to be one of the most devastating periods in our history.

    • LOL: By-tor
  48. @Harry Baldwin
    It would do wonders for my peace of mind and ability to dwell on other topics if I had DMX's level of ignorance about politics. I often wish I did. Thinking about politics has done nothing but cause me aggravation, alienated me from old friends, and wasted mental energy that could have been devoted to more useful things, like how to do yo-yo tricks or play the banjo. A friend of mine used to feign such ignorance with his wife, who hated Trump, when she wanted to argue about politics.

    "Did you hear what President Trump said about . . . "
    "President Trump?"
    "Yes, President Trump."
    "Trump? The real estate guy?"
    "Yes. The president."
    "Trump's not the president. He has that TV show. Obama's the president. You know, the black guy."

    He would keep it up as long as necessary.

    Replies: @JohnnyWalker123, @White Guy In Japan, @JohnnyWalker123, @Desiderius, @Ragno

    Hey, Harry. Speaking of Banjos….

    Me and you need to do this.

  49. @danand
    "What the f— is a Barack?! Barack Obama. Where he from, Africa?"

    And here I though I was the only one. That reminds me, the 2021 Masters is underway at Augusta National. The media's excited that a black man has a shot (made the cut) at the green jacket:

    https://youtu.be/geQuDUzI9QM?t=80

    Cameron Champ's father, Jeff, played baseball with the Baltimore Orioles.

    (Tiger's win is too far back to count?)

    Replies: @Jonathan Mason, @ScarletNumber

    Justin Rose is leading at the halfway mark thanks to a fantastic first round of 65.

    While Rose does play under the English flag of St. George, he was born in sub-Saharan Africa, so he has the potential to be only the fourth African- born winner of the Masters.

    No doubt African Americans will be rooting for a player born on their ancestral continent where the human race first evolved and differentiated itself from other primates.

    Then again, perhaps his South African birth will be quietly forgotten if he wins.

  50. @Nathan
    DMX was based, and his songs reached a wide audience because he had obvious talent. He also had the worst vocabulary of just about any rapper. They measure these things:

    https://pudding.cool/projects/vocabulary/index.html

    I mean, he was dead last. He used the fewest words of just about any commercially successful rapper. I don't think this means he was necessarily the "worst" or least intelligent rapper. Not at all. Like Donald Trump, he likely had an economy of words. I was always struck by how you could spot lefty psuedointellectuals by their inability to understand Donald Trump's simple declarative statements. Trump would say one thing, and the typical lefty in the media would hear something else entirely.

    Anyway, RIP DMX.

    Replies: @MEH 0910, @Ed Case, @Hateful Hornytoad, @AndrewR, @Anonymous

    Aesop Rock is the truth.

    • Replies: @Nathan
    @Hateful Hornytoad

    "Fine, sign of the swine in the swarm
    When a king is a whore who comply and conform"

    A true lyrical genius.

  51. @william munny
    The gays are biding their time for a cancellation push because of DMX's homophobic lyrics, like:

    Last I heard, y’all niggas was havin sex, with the same sex
    I show no love, to homo thugs
    Empty out, reloaded and throw more slugs
    How you gonna explain f*cking a man?
    Even if we squashed the beef, I ain’t touching ya hand
    I don’t bunk with chumps, for those who been to jail
    That’s the cat with the Kool-Aid on his lips and pumps
    I don’t f*ck with n*ggas that think they broads
    Only know how to be one way, that’s the dog


    No way they can cancel black rappers for homophobia or misogyny.

    Replies: @Jonathan Mason, @AndrewR, @BB753

    DMX and Prince Philip both had immunity from political correctness.

    • Replies: @AndrewR
    @Jonathan Mason

    And both would have done very well in stand-up comedy.

  52. @Pat Hannagan
    Parents embraced "Sesame Street" for several reasons,
    among them that it assuaged their guilt over the fact that they
    could not or would not restrict their children's access to television.
    "Sesame Street" appeared to justify allowing a four- or
    five-year-old to sit transfixed in front of a television screen for
    unnatural periods of time. Parents were eager to hope that television
    could teach their children something other than which
    breakfast cereal has the most crackle. At the same time, "Sesame
    Street" relieved them of the responsibility of teaching their
    pre-school children how to read—no small matter in a culture
    where children are apt to be considered a nuisance. They could
    also plainly see that in spite of its faults, "Sesame Street" was
    entirely consonant with the prevailing spirit of America. Its use
    of cute puppets, celebrities, catchy tunes, and rapid-fire editing
    was certain to give pleasure to the children and would therefore
    serve as adequate preparation for their entry into a fun-loving
    culture.


    Vox Day's hating on Boomers is seen for what it is: an extension of the CIA/FBI enculturated division of the White proletariat into class warfare while they work us over into a submissive racial inferiority.

    Boomers were the first of the White generations fully indoctrinated by state owned 5th estate.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XK7bE6rFM6M

    Replies: @Ron is a kike in love, @Alden

    Thanks for everything, and go fuck yourself John Plywood, I hope you get splinters up your arse.

    Here’s to us:

  53. @vhrm
    a) ok i had no idea that this particular Boondocks bit from "It's a Black President Huey Freeman" was based on this:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=km7llfKheUc

    b) something like 10 or 20 people mentioned DMX's death over the last 3 threads. Am i missing something about him as important? He's not Tupac or biggie or snoop lion etc.

    Checking out the 5 songs in https://people.com/music/dmx-dead-rappers-memorable-songs/ i maybe recognize 1. i have a hard time believing many people here were fans of his or even particularly familiar with him. He was bigger than, say, that Nipsey Hussle guy who the media pretended to know about, but still.

    Replies: @Sean, @AceDeuce, @J.Ross

    “I got blood on my hands and there’s no remorse/And got blood on my dick cause I fucked a corpse”

    Trump speaks simply. Its rhetoric and sometimes less is more; DMX is the only musical artist in history whose to release five consecutive albums (his first five) that debuted at number one.

    He’s not Tupac or biggie

    Tupac interjected himself in a situation and ended up shooting two cops and walking free, that made him. Mike Tyson said women would do anything (anyone) that Tupac asked them to. Tyson benefited from that, and warned Tupac to stop hanging around with the thug Haitian Jack, who it is is pretty well established had Tupac shot in NYC. Then Tupac went to Death Row records, and on a trip to see a Tyson fight, decided he not the tough guys surrounding him, should initiate a hotel lobby beating of what he perhaps didn’t realise was a known assassin, Orlando Paterson, who shot dead Tupac three hours later. Biggie was killed by Death Row’s head of security, a notorious former Compton police officer.

    The moral is that blacks have not been selected for subordination and material success in a hierarchy. They resent anyone putting them in the shade. Every song of DMX was violent but he got it out of his system by matching pitbulls to the death, which he was repeatedly caught at. With his upbringing of being battered as a child, DMX knew it was not the battle it was the war, and he needed to last ong enough to pay massive child support them go out like a superstar (Jackson, Prince) at a very respectable age for a person with his lifestyle. With 15 kids he was a superior vehicle for his DNA, which rewarded him with happiness I am sure.

    • Thanks: vhrm
  54. Not exactly right, but close enough.

    • LOL: Morton's toes
  55. @RichardTaylor
    @Reg Cæsar

    If you barely mention the idea of an anti-White genocidal agenda, even obliquely, you get tons of heat.

    Gee, that sure is funny for something that supposedly doesn't exit.

    https://www.yahoo.com/news/anti-defamation-league-calls-tucker-162828497.html

    Replies: @AndrewR, @AndrewR, @Reg Cæsar

    Greenblatt and his comrades are literally saying that Tucker shouldn’t say these things because murderers like Tarrant and Bowers have believed similar things.

    I don’t know what’s more astounding: that the yehudim have the chutzpah argue that a belief/argument/theory automatically becomes wrong if a murderer happens to agree with it, or that most goyim actually think this is a sound argument. White people are disgustingly cowardly. We deserve everything we are getting. We are sacrificing our posterity just to avoid being called racist. “Please: torture my child slowly to death if you have to. Just don’t call me racist!”

    • Agree: Alden
  56. @Jonathan Mason
    @william munny

    DMX and Prince Philip both had immunity from political correctness.

    Replies: @AndrewR

    And both would have done very well in stand-up comedy.

  57. @william munny
    The gays are biding their time for a cancellation push because of DMX's homophobic lyrics, like:

    Last I heard, y’all niggas was havin sex, with the same sex
    I show no love, to homo thugs
    Empty out, reloaded and throw more slugs
    How you gonna explain f*cking a man?
    Even if we squashed the beef, I ain’t touching ya hand
    I don’t bunk with chumps, for those who been to jail
    That’s the cat with the Kool-Aid on his lips and pumps
    I don’t f*ck with n*ggas that think they broads
    Only know how to be one way, that’s the dog


    No way they can cancel black rappers for homophobia or misogyny.

    Replies: @Jonathan Mason, @AndrewR, @BB753

    As Mike Enoch has noted, there has been a concerted, top-down push in the rap industry to move away from anti-gay lyrics. This isn’t to say that “homophobia” has been completely eliminated in rap, but it’s much different now than when older rappers like DMX or even Weezy were coming up.

  58. @JohnnyWalker123
    Look at how overwhelmingly White&male that crowd is at 1999 Woodstock.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qDg3JGBBYjo

    Steve can insult the intelligence of the late DMX all he wants, but 'D' at least used rap to become a millionaire, live a flashy lifestyle, and father 15 children.

    Look at all those White men grunting out those rap lyrics at the top of their lungs. What's their excuse?

    Replies: @El Dato, @Rooster12, @Clyde, @YetAnotherAnon

    It’s because there’s a severe lack of masculinity in our current culture and gangster rap was one area where you could find it. They unapologetically talked about sexualizing women, beating and murdering people, and overall were supremely confident. The message might have been crass but it resonated with young men of all colors who were searching for any sense of masculinity in a feminized world. It even resonated to a certain degree with women who saw a world full of emasculated men. I think how successful DMX and other rappers are, is more a reflection of our feminized society than their musical talents.

    • Replies: @The Wild Geese Howard
    @Rooster12


    The message might have been crass but it resonated with young men of all colors who were searching for any sense of masculinity in a feminized world.
     
    There is a reason DMX' Party Up In Here was used in this cartoonishly masculine scene from Gone in 60 Seconds (2000):

    https://youtu.be/vdNmC_7-4EU

    Even in the late '90s/early '00s the culture was pretty femmed up and libbed out on college campuses everywhere.

  59. @vhrm
    a) ok i had no idea that this particular Boondocks bit from "It's a Black President Huey Freeman" was based on this:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=km7llfKheUc

    b) something like 10 or 20 people mentioned DMX's death over the last 3 threads. Am i missing something about him as important? He's not Tupac or biggie or snoop lion etc.

    Checking out the 5 songs in https://people.com/music/dmx-dead-rappers-memorable-songs/ i maybe recognize 1. i have a hard time believing many people here were fans of his or even particularly familiar with him. He was bigger than, say, that Nipsey Hussle guy who the media pretended to know about, but still.

    Replies: @Sean, @AceDeuce, @J.Ross

    Agreed. I’ve heard the guy’s name–I’ve heard some of his “music” and have seen when he was in the news getting arrested for various things, but I couldn’t name a single song of his. It worries me seeing people on this site who are actual fans of his, complete with wigger talk (“went hard AF”). I mean, it’s a free country, but 90% of the Whites under 35 are, to borrow a phrase from them “Hella f**ked up”.

    Note to Ben Franklin–Sorry, sir-we couldn’t keep it.

    • Agree: YetAnotherAnon
  60. At breakfast I was subjected to several minutes of tribute to him on a national morning show. I was still able to get my migas down.

    Even got a laugh at these pathetic sores who get paid millions to recite the drivel

    DMX—-adios Mofo

  61. @Merican Mirer
    This is representative of a standard day in Ozstraylia

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1_Uk5SrE5tE

    I know Ron's new sidekick the midget Andrew Anglin will rage against the fact a White nation could be content without Anglos lording themselves over us with kike banksters strongarming the economy, wait what!?

    I mean Steve would be dumbstruck a people could be happy without being lectured by a dying so-called "elite" and the people they suborned into killing themselves for the parasitical future their elites chose instead of them.

    There's no greater love hath an judeo-american than to die for israel

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YifOMt9dlGk

    Replies: @Merican Mirer

    I don’t even have anything against Steve, in fact I’m 100% on board.

    Just wish Ronz moderator’s wern’t a pack of cunts

    • Replies: @Merican Mirer
    @Merican Mirer

    The thing about these old clips is some new age dickhead like anglin is gonna object that they're too fat, too skinny, too elongated face, too bearded too asymetrical eyes, or an idiot like Vox Day is gonna next assert an ironic Physiognomy is destiny.

    Theodore is a smart man and I reckon he's angry he's ugly and on account of that fact he rails against the world he promotes.

    We've moved from a time where people learned to listen to a time here people look and idealise.

    The medium is the message.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jrwjiO1MCVs

  62. @Mr. Anon
    DMX?

    That sounds like either:

    a.) an organic solvent

    b.) a designer drug

    c.) a model of outboard motor

    Replies: @mmack, @Truth

    D.) a trim level on a luxury car (The DMX package includes heated and cooled leather seats, heated steering wheel, and panoramic sunroof standard).

    E) An Acura or Cadillac sedan. (See the all new Acura DMX at your local Acura dealer)

    • Replies: @Mr. Anon
    @mmack

    Yes, also apt.

  63. @Merican Mirer
    @Merican Mirer

    I don't even have anything against Steve, in fact I'm 100% on board.

    Just wish Ronz moderator's wern't a pack of cunts

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V_bJf3foa5I

    Replies: @Merican Mirer

    The thing about these old clips is some new age dickhead like anglin is gonna object that they’re too fat, too skinny, too elongated face, too bearded too asymetrical eyes, or an idiot like Vox Day is gonna next assert an ironic Physiognomy is destiny.

    Theodore is a smart man and I reckon he’s angry he’s ugly and on account of that fact he rails against the world he promotes.

    We’ve moved from a time where people learned to listen to a time here people look and idealise.

    The medium is the message.

  64. Anonymous[335] • Disclaimer says:
    @Anonymous
    'Expired Rapper'

    More like.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Anonymous

    Reminds me of a famous comment uttered by that Victorian English librettist, WS Gilbert.

    Gilbert was once asked by a lady if Chopin was still ‘composing new works’.

    “No, Ma’am”, he replied, “He is by the way of decomposing”.

  65. Bobby Rush gave an almost identical interview the first time 0bama ran for state legislature.

  66. Although the Bible makes no mention of it, the Reverend Graham assured the audience that God loves those who make people laugh. It was an honest mistake. He merely mistook NBC for God.

    In America, the least amusing people are its professional entertainers.

  67. This guy is a rap legend Steve

  68. @william munny
    The gays are biding their time for a cancellation push because of DMX's homophobic lyrics, like:

    Last I heard, y’all niggas was havin sex, with the same sex
    I show no love, to homo thugs
    Empty out, reloaded and throw more slugs
    How you gonna explain f*cking a man?
    Even if we squashed the beef, I ain’t touching ya hand
    I don’t bunk with chumps, for those who been to jail
    That’s the cat with the Kool-Aid on his lips and pumps
    I don’t f*ck with n*ggas that think they broads
    Only know how to be one way, that’s the dog


    No way they can cancel black rappers for homophobia or misogyny.

    Replies: @Jonathan Mason, @AndrewR, @BB753

    Perhaps because nobody understands the fast-paced lyrics in ebonics and ghetto slang? Or cares.

  69. @Nathan
    DMX was based, and his songs reached a wide audience because he had obvious talent. He also had the worst vocabulary of just about any rapper. They measure these things:

    https://pudding.cool/projects/vocabulary/index.html

    I mean, he was dead last. He used the fewest words of just about any commercially successful rapper. I don't think this means he was necessarily the "worst" or least intelligent rapper. Not at all. Like Donald Trump, he likely had an economy of words. I was always struck by how you could spot lefty psuedointellectuals by their inability to understand Donald Trump's simple declarative statements. Trump would say one thing, and the typical lefty in the media would hear something else entirely.

    Anyway, RIP DMX.

    Replies: @MEH 0910, @Ed Case, @Hateful Hornytoad, @AndrewR, @Anonymous

    Music is generally targeted towards a specific IQ level (or BAC). DMX definitely wasn’t a complete moron but it’s safe to say his IQ wasn’t too far north of the black median. Thus his music is targeted towards that general crowd. Meanwhile someone like Childish Gambino has a very high IQ, and while his music is good enough that I imagine even dim people can enjoy it, you’re not going to get the most out of it if you don’t understand words like “onomatopoeia”

    • Replies: @Jonathan Mason
    @AndrewR


    I imagine even dim people can enjoy it, you’re not going to get the most out of it if you don’t understand words like “onomatopoeia”
     
    Hell, I don't know what that word means either, but I think it has something to do with clang association.
  70. @Dan Smith
    This is why America is going to the dogs.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @Polistra, @Kronos, @AndrewR, @AndrewR, @Currahee, @El Dato, @Truth

    15 children.

  71. @black sea
    Despite his professed disinterest in politics (among a great many other things) he seems to have George W. Bush's number, as well as Hillary's. Is there any record of his insights into the career of Kamala Harris?

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @AndrewR

    And Barack’s. I would give up my firstborn son to see a famous rapper go up to Obama and mock him and his mom for being named “Barack” lmao

  72. @Rockford Tyson
    DMX is a legend. https://youtu.be/XVFx6vtyODs

    They just don't make rappers anymore like they did in the 90's. The boom bap beats and cadenced flows of the era were epic. And DMX went hard AF.

    Replies: @MEH 0910, @AndrewR, @S. Anonyia

    Never heard this one. I like it. Swizzy never disappoints. Thanks

  73. @vhrm
    a) ok i had no idea that this particular Boondocks bit from "It's a Black President Huey Freeman" was based on this:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=km7llfKheUc

    b) something like 10 or 20 people mentioned DMX's death over the last 3 threads. Am i missing something about him as important? He's not Tupac or biggie or snoop lion etc.

    Checking out the 5 songs in https://people.com/music/dmx-dead-rappers-memorable-songs/ i maybe recognize 1. i have a hard time believing many people here were fans of his or even particularly familiar with him. He was bigger than, say, that Nipsey Hussle guy who the media pretended to know about, but still.

    Replies: @Sean, @AceDeuce, @J.Ross

    DMX was a sort of water mark of degeneracy. The first time I had heard of him was Howard Stern freaking out over the normalization of the n-word. A local radio host called Stern’s producer Robin this word, it lead to a discussion about “*er” versus “*a,” and then they discovered DMX’s work, which uses the word for punctuation.

    • Thanks: vhrm
  74. @Pat Hannagan
    Pretty much every form of communication has been infiltrated with informers, software or meatware like Vox Day.

    We need to move beyond old state owned propaganda ideas of our international relations

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_9bw_VtMUGA

    How can we be non-griftable in the 21st Century?

    It starts with every man & woman evaluating what we believe in a line by line format like the left does as exampled like Jimmy Dore.

    Why are we, the supposed "right" supposed to hero worship big-state privatise the profits, socialise the losses fat cats like Trumps as our heroes?

    Because we are taken for granted.

    Replies: @J.Ross

    We must become our own media.

  75. Why is everyone and his dog paying tribute to “DMX”? Who is programming this?

    Sounds like a Star Wars droid, thb. Did anyone pay tribute to poor R4-P17? Blasted and no flowers!

    Look, I’m sad and all that DMX bought it, but now shut up.

    ‘He didn’t show it until he was rich’: ‘Cringe’ Conor McGregor has ‘lost his marbles’, says UFC’s Mike Perry before tribute to DMX

    Perry also paid tribute to iconic rapper DMX, who was confirmed to have died at the age of 50 on Friday following a spell in hospital after a cardiac arrest.

    “RIP DMX,” wrote Perry alongside a photo of himself at the weigh-in with Rodriguez, having gone one better than he did in his previous bout, against Tim Means in November, by making weight this time.

    “I hope DMX’s spirit is feeling the love and we are all praying for him. Much love to his family.”

    No. Enough. Swiitch entertainment channel.

    I was happier when I hadn’t ever heard about DMX, which was about 8h ago.

  76. The intellect is staggering. Not that it matters but I personally had never heard of the guy until three days ago.

  77. @Rockford Tyson
    DMX is a legend. https://youtu.be/XVFx6vtyODs

    They just don't make rappers anymore like they did in the 90's. The boom bap beats and cadenced flows of the era were epic. And DMX went hard AF.

    Replies: @MEH 0910, @AndrewR, @S. Anonyia

    The mumble rap the Zoomers (whites and blacks alike) listen to today is the worst. The vibe it gives me is Caribbean lamentation for the dead being warbled by a dude about to pass out from cough syrup.

    • Replies: @AndrewR
    @S. Anonyia

    There's a lot of really good "mumble rap" out there. Start with the work of the late XXXtentacion. Or Post Malone.

    , @Jay Fink
    @S. Anonyia

    I prefer the current rap (even if I am way out of the target demographic) to 90s rap because it is a lot more chill and less angry. Lil' Baby and Roddy Rich are two of my favorites.

  78. @Harry Baldwin
    It would do wonders for my peace of mind and ability to dwell on other topics if I had DMX's level of ignorance about politics. I often wish I did. Thinking about politics has done nothing but cause me aggravation, alienated me from old friends, and wasted mental energy that could have been devoted to more useful things, like how to do yo-yo tricks or play the banjo. A friend of mine used to feign such ignorance with his wife, who hated Trump, when she wanted to argue about politics.

    "Did you hear what President Trump said about . . . "
    "President Trump?"
    "Yes, President Trump."
    "Trump? The real estate guy?"
    "Yes. The president."
    "Trump's not the president. He has that TV show. Obama's the president. You know, the black guy."

    He would keep it up as long as necessary.

    Replies: @JohnnyWalker123, @White Guy In Japan, @JohnnyWalker123, @Desiderius, @Ragno

    This is how we lost the Republic, in half the time as the Romans. A people in a hurry.

  79. y’all gonna make me die right now, up in here, up in here!
    y’all gonna make me lay flat out, up in here, up in here
    y’all gonna make me turn real cold, up in here, up in here
    dead rapper jokes are getting old, up in here, up in here

    aspiring rappers becoming expiring rappers

  80. @JohnnyWalker123
    Look at how overwhelmingly White&male that crowd is at 1999 Woodstock.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qDg3JGBBYjo

    Steve can insult the intelligence of the late DMX all he wants, but 'D' at least used rap to become a millionaire, live a flashy lifestyle, and father 15 children.

    Look at all those White men grunting out those rap lyrics at the top of their lungs. What's their excuse?

    Replies: @El Dato, @Rooster12, @Clyde, @YetAnotherAnon

    DMX certainly knew how to work that Woodstock crowd of woke white idiots. Of course the word woke was not used in 1999. And hetero ruled the day, no one thought about gays, gay marriage and trannys.
    Pathetic! I get black people going for his crude jungle rap but whites? I will never get it, except that this white attraction to rap/hip-hop must be alcohol and drug induced.

  81. Anonymous[322] • Disclaimer says:
    @Nathan
    DMX was based, and his songs reached a wide audience because he had obvious talent. He also had the worst vocabulary of just about any rapper. They measure these things:

    https://pudding.cool/projects/vocabulary/index.html

    I mean, he was dead last. He used the fewest words of just about any commercially successful rapper. I don't think this means he was necessarily the "worst" or least intelligent rapper. Not at all. Like Donald Trump, he likely had an economy of words. I was always struck by how you could spot lefty psuedointellectuals by their inability to understand Donald Trump's simple declarative statements. Trump would say one thing, and the typical lefty in the media would hear something else entirely.

    Anyway, RIP DMX.

    Replies: @MEH 0910, @Ed Case, @Hateful Hornytoad, @AndrewR, @Anonymous

    I could barely pick out the guy from DMY or DMZ, but from my 2-decade-old brief intersection with fuller knowledge of his oeuvre I can recall that he barked a lot. Literally barking, like a hellhound. Does this hurt him in the verbosity metrics do you think?

  82. Anonymous[322] • Disclaimer says:
    @Anonymous
    'Expired Rapper'

    More like.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Anonymous

    Lasting Hip-hop fame is 10% perspiration, 90% expiration

  83. @JohnnyWalker123
    @Harry Baldwin

    Thanks.

    From my experience, a remarkably large fraction of people (including many White men) are totally ignorant about politics, current events, and the world around them.

    Here's a trailer for a movie called 'Big Fan.'

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kzQKeqMogh8

    After watching this trailer, you'll learn 3 things.

    1. What's going on inside the head of the average American (especially White male)

    2. Why everything has gone to sh** over the last 50-60 years.

    3. How to instantly cure most of the anxiety and stress in your life.

    The above video should be played at America's funeral reception.

    Fact of the day.

    https://twitter.com/UberFacts/status/627445432143245313

    Replies: @Flip

    2. Why everything has gone to sh** over the last 50-60 years.

    Going off the gold standard in 1971 has allowed the government unlimited power since it no longer needs to pay for anything with real money.

    • Agree: TTSSYF
  84. Another aspiring … er, expiring rapper victimized by white privilege. Four funerals planned. Watch the schedule for a protest near you (and then get the hell away from it).

  85. @Dan Smith
    This is why America is going to the dogs.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @Polistra, @Kronos, @AndrewR, @AndrewR, @Currahee, @El Dato, @Truth

  86. anonymous[139] • Disclaimer says:

    Fifteen children? Black dysfunctional breeding on display here for anyone who cares to take a look at what’s really going on. Ugly near-retards have loads of children that they never even see. The children grow up feral and are the new breed of criminals, convicts, crazies and drug-addled welfare recipients. Blacks are deteriorating genetically, evolving downwards thanks to their culture.

    • Agree: Clyde, By-tor
  87. He sounds like a brilliant man. Helping to spread his genes was surely a wonderful investment for taxpayers.

    • Replies: @El Dato
    @Not Raul

    Will nobody think of all the Chinamen who will have to eventually shoulder this burden!

  88. Remember, if you die two months after testing positive for Coronavirus, you died of COVID. If you die two days after receiving the COVID vaccine you……………………are just unlucky.

  89. If he hadn’t always been such a scumbag, I would have a lot of sympathy for him. It would be heartbreaking to watch a good person humiliate himself on national TV like this. The worst part is that tens of millions of people are willing to simp for him, and I don’t mean in a “he’s really awful but Trump is even worse” way.

  90. I was going to make a joke about Justin Fairfax’s ridiculous analogy: being urged to resign as Lieutenant Governor of Virginia (and, I presume, abandon his bid to succeed Ralph Northam as Governor later this year) is not the same thing as dying, either at the hands of a lynch mob or by a drug-induced heart attack or an overdose during an arrest.

    Then I thought, perhaps Fairfax doesn’t know any better. Maybe he’s one of those politicians who wasn’t a lawyer before entering “public service.”

    Wrong. Fairfax is a 2005 graduate of Columbia University Law School, where he was a member of the Columbia Law Review. Even if we grant the possibility of some affirmative action assistance in either his admission to Columbia (he went to Duke for college) or his ascent to the Law Review, Fairfax is clearly no mental midget. He knows from analogies.

    So he’s just a demagogue, like virtually all other black politicians. How comforting.

    • Thanks: vhrm
  91. It need not be a fallacy. Drug use could have weakened his heart muscles enough that the vaccine reaction caused a failure. Plenty of people in their 80’s have died after the vaccine. A person in his 50’s with drug use history is probably equivalent to a person in his 80’s without that history.

    But, he likely wouldn’t have fared well with Covid infection too. So, it can’t be described as a net loss.

    Covid-19: Norway investigates 23 deaths in frail elderly patients after vaccination
    https://www.bmj.com/content/372/bmj.n149/rapid-responses

  92. …he had obvious talent.

    How so?

  93. Over 167 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines were administered in the United States from December 14, 2020, through April 5, 2021. During this time, VAERS received 2,794 reports of death (0.00167%) among people who received a COVID-19 vaccine. CDC and FDA physicians review each case report of death as soon as notified and CDC requests medical records to further assess reports. A review of available clinical information including death certificates, autopsy, and medical records revealed no evidence that vaccination contributed to patient deaths.

    https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/vaccines/safety/adverse-events.html#:~:text=Anaphylaxis%20after%20COVID%2D19%20vaccination%20is%20rare.,getting%20a%20COVID%2D19%20vaccine.

  94. Anonymous[719] • Disclaimer says:

    For a lot of gay men, that stuff coupled with his “gruff delivery” (AP obit headline) only adds intrigue.

    It’s like the woman convinced she can tame the bad boy or become pen pals with the “Soul On Ice” inmates. Dzokhar “Daytripper” Tsarnaev and aspired murder-artist “Straight Acez” Ahmad Al Aliwi Alissa may get fan correspondence delivered in wheelbarrows.

    • Replies: @AndrewR
    @Anonymous

    Tsarnaev is slim and quite handsome

    Al-Issa is a fat neckbeard. If he getd any love letters then it won't be from anyone who has seen what he looks like

  95. So you’re saying that there’s some way to distinguish between good and bad rap?

  96. DMX: X gonna give it to ya.

    Grim Reaper. Thanks. Here’s your change.

  97. In the 87 songs in the DMX song catalog only 86 different words were used ….ruthless efficiency!

  98. You’re behind the curve. Or burying the lede.

    He died after getting the vaccine.

    • Replies: @El Dato
    @obwandiyag

    That he "died after getting the vaccine" is definitely not the "lede". He could have died before getting the vaccine. That would be bad. Al Sharpton had dozens of friends die before there even WAS a vaccine.

    Meanwhile, someone donates something to a Republican, then all hell breaks loose on Blue Spongiform Encephalopathy Twitter because it is verboten to donate to Republicans.

    ‘Selling out democracy’? Activists call for boycott of Toyota for supporting ‘sedition’ after donation to Republicans

    Even though Toyota donated more to Demorats.

    But the fascist is Trump.

  99. Rap music became popular becuase it channeled the hyper masculine culture of the NYC working class, a culture that long predated the arrival of large numbers of blacks in the city. It’s same the same culture on display in Goodfellas. Compared to cucky, androgynous, Protestant middle American culture, this culture is highly attractive to normal, healthy adolescents. The Jewish media forced rap music on white youth by cancelling white heavy metal with similar sexual and violent themes.

    • Replies: @El Dato
    @ATBOTL


    this culture is highly attractive to normal, healthy adolescents
     
    No.
  100. @obwandiyag
    You're behind the curve. Or burying the lede.

    He died after getting the vaccine.

    Replies: @El Dato

    That he “died after getting the vaccine” is definitely not the “lede”. He could have died before getting the vaccine. That would be bad. Al Sharpton had dozens of friends die before there even WAS a vaccine.

    Meanwhile, someone donates something to a Republican, then all hell breaks loose on Blue Spongiform Encephalopathy Twitter because it is verboten to donate to Republicans.

    ‘Selling out democracy’? Activists call for boycott of Toyota for supporting ‘sedition’ after donation to Republicans

    Even though Toyota donated more to Demorats.

    But the fascist is Trump.

  101. @ATBOTL
    Rap music became popular becuase it channeled the hyper masculine culture of the NYC working class, a culture that long predated the arrival of large numbers of blacks in the city. It's same the same culture on display in Goodfellas. Compared to cucky, androgynous, Protestant middle American culture, this culture is highly attractive to normal, healthy adolescents. The Jewish media forced rap music on white youth by cancelling white heavy metal with similar sexual and violent themes.

    Replies: @El Dato

    this culture is highly attractive to normal, healthy adolescents

    No.

  102. @Not Raul
    He sounds like a brilliant man. Helping to spread his genes was surely a wonderful investment for taxpayers.

    Replies: @El Dato

    Will nobody think of all the Chinamen who will have to eventually shoulder this burden!

    • LOL: Not Raul
  103. @Polistra
    @Dan Smith

    Over twelve years ago, BTW

    The wreckage was already in place..

    Replies: @Richard B

    Over twelve years ago, BTW

    The wreckage was already in place..

    Long before that. Still, point well taken.

    You’d think people would start crawling from the wreckage. But, for the most part, they have simply given up. The USA is going out with what has to be the most pathetic whimper in history. They probably don’t even notice the wreckage.

    • Replies: @Polistra
    @Richard B

    What proportion of people are so completely brainwashed that they believe what's happening is all for the best? They may admit to some growing (or birthing) pains but they are fed on a continuous diet of MSM propaganda and they're on board with (what we call) the wreckage. So long as wypipos is the ones gettin it, it's all to the good. What proportion of people who believe this are wypipos themselves? I'd rather not know, frankly. It definitely includes many of the men and all of the women among my friends and family.

    Replies: @Richard B

  104. @RichardTaylor
    @Reg Cæsar

    If you barely mention the idea of an anti-White genocidal agenda, even obliquely, you get tons of heat.

    Gee, that sure is funny for something that supposedly doesn't exit.

    https://www.yahoo.com/news/anti-defamation-league-calls-tucker-162828497.html

    Replies: @AndrewR, @AndrewR, @Reg Cæsar

    If you barely mention the idea of an anti-White genocidal agenda, even obliquely, you get tons of heat.

    Oh, I know. Whenever I point out it’s been going on since 1619, you give me heat!

  105. @AndrewR
    @Dan Smith

    I disagree. If you read the interview, he was actually politically astute. He very accurately noted that the President is just a puppet and that who holds the presidency isn't really important. He was hardly the first or last person to notice this, of course, but it certainly is a position very much in the minority today, even when the president is a clearly senile old man whom they literally had to steal an election to install. If that doesn't prove DMX right then idk what does. Logically, if you believe the presidency to be a puppet show then there's no need to follow the presidential election.

    His comments about Dubya are also amusing. Sad Sailer is too much of a p--- to paste the whole excerpt. It's not like "the n word" or "the f word" aren't used rather liberally on this site. I won't type them out because I dislike getting Whimmed.

    It would be the high point of my life to see a video of him fulfilling his promise [edited for the schoolmarm]: "


    N named Barack Obama. What the f, man?! Is he serious? That ain’t his f name. Ima tell this n when I see him, “Stop that bs. Stop that bs” [laughs] “That ain’t your f name.” Your momma ain’t name you no d Barack
     
    Obama would deserve it 100%. He's a Kenyan white boy LARPing like he's some a brotha from the hood. He's an absolute fraud and disgrace.

    Replies: @YetAnotherAnon

    “even when the president is a clearly senile old man whom they literally had to steal an election to install”

    Saw video on the news of him walking, looking as if he could only just remember how to walk and could lose it at any moment. Most people walk without thinking too much about what they’re doing, even at that age. He looked like he HAD to think about it.

    On the campaign trail he and Obama had difficulty getting a couple of dozen people at his “rallies”, yet he apparently got more votes than anyone in history. Right.

  106. Anonymous[251] • Disclaimer says:

    Well…

    He was a man of the people….

    And so are his 15 children.

    Wasn’t welfare reform and having less children in the underclass a big winning issue for 2 term Demorat President Clinton?

    What did Bush Jr. do with these welfare reforms?

    Trump? Rand Paul?

    Did they punt on this and instead go for prison reform, letting all young Black drug dealer/killers get out of jail?

    What happened?

    Can you tell us Steve?

    JR

    • Replies: @Curle
    @Anonymous

    For one, welfare never went away, the delivery methods changed. Now it is social security disability.

  107. @Richard B
    @Polistra


    Over twelve years ago, BTW

    The wreckage was already in place..
     

    Long before that. Still, point well taken.

    You'd think people would start crawling from the wreckage. But, for the most part, they have simply given up. The USA is going out with what has to be the most pathetic whimper in history. They probably don't even notice the wreckage.

    Replies: @Polistra

    What proportion of people are so completely brainwashed that they believe what’s happening is all for the best? They may admit to some growing (or birthing) pains but they are fed on a continuous diet of MSM propaganda and they’re on board with (what we call) the wreckage. So long as wypipos is the ones gettin it, it’s all to the good. What proportion of people who believe this are wypipos themselves? I’d rather not know, frankly. It definitely includes many of the men and all of the women among my friends and family.

    • Agree: Harry Baldwin
    • Replies: @Richard B
    @Polistra


    What proportion of people are so completely brainwashed that they believe what’s happening is all for the best? They may admit to some growing (or birthing) pains but they are fed on a continuous diet of MSM propaganda and they’re on board with (what we call) the wreckage.
     
    You answered your own question.

    they’re on board with (what we call) the wreckage.
     
    True. You're referring to the Whites who either don't even identify as White, or who do, but negatively, so they can go along to get along. But their end is coming sooner than they think. In fact, it's coming now. That they don't see it is irrelevant.

    My comment was about that portion of Whites suffering from the learned helplessness that's symptomatic of Battered White Syndrome.

    In the end, however one looks at it, the result is the same. The USA is going out with a pathetic whimper. But that doesn't mean you won't hear the bang. Because no country in history has fallen further than the USA is falling now.

  108. @Anonymous
    Well...

    He was a man of the people....

    And so are his 15 children.

    Wasn't welfare reform and having less children in the underclass a big winning issue for 2 term Demorat President Clinton?

    What did Bush Jr. do with these welfare reforms?

    Trump? Rand Paul?

    Did they punt on this and instead go for prison reform, letting all young Black drug dealer/killers get out of jail?

    What happened?

    Can you tell us Steve?

    JR

    Replies: @Curle

    For one, welfare never went away, the delivery methods changed. Now it is social security disability.

    • Agree: AceDeuce, Alden
  109. @Rooster12
    @JohnnyWalker123

    It’s because there’s a severe lack of masculinity in our current culture and gangster rap was one area where you could find it. They unapologetically talked about sexualizing women, beating and murdering people, and overall were supremely confident. The message might have been crass but it resonated with young men of all colors who were searching for any sense of masculinity in a feminized world. It even resonated to a certain degree with women who saw a world full of emasculated men. I think how successful DMX and other rappers are, is more a reflection of our feminized society than their musical talents.

    Replies: @The Wild Geese Howard

    The message might have been crass but it resonated with young men of all colors who were searching for any sense of masculinity in a feminized world.

    There is a reason DMX’ Party Up In Here was used in this cartoonishly masculine scene from Gone in 60 Seconds (2000):

    Even in the late ’90s/early ’00s the culture was pretty femmed up and libbed out on college campuses everywhere.

  110. @Pat Hannagan
    Parents embraced "Sesame Street" for several reasons,
    among them that it assuaged their guilt over the fact that they
    could not or would not restrict their children's access to television.
    "Sesame Street" appeared to justify allowing a four- or
    five-year-old to sit transfixed in front of a television screen for
    unnatural periods of time. Parents were eager to hope that television
    could teach their children something other than which
    breakfast cereal has the most crackle. At the same time, "Sesame
    Street" relieved them of the responsibility of teaching their
    pre-school children how to read—no small matter in a culture
    where children are apt to be considered a nuisance. They could
    also plainly see that in spite of its faults, "Sesame Street" was
    entirely consonant with the prevailing spirit of America. Its use
    of cute puppets, celebrities, catchy tunes, and rapid-fire editing
    was certain to give pleasure to the children and would therefore
    serve as adequate preparation for their entry into a fun-loving
    culture.


    Vox Day's hating on Boomers is seen for what it is: an extension of the CIA/FBI enculturated division of the White proletariat into class warfare while they work us over into a submissive racial inferiority.

    Boomers were the first of the White generations fully indoctrinated by state owned 5th estate.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XK7bE6rFM6M

    Replies: @Ron is a kike in love, @Alden

    Proud to say my 4 kids never never ever watched that commie liberal negro loving Sesame St or any other Propaganda Bolsheviki Station show.

    It was actually designed to improve the meager little brains of black kids. Liberals thought that pre school black kids spent their days watching dreadful NBC CBS and other network TV trashy cartoons. So if only they watched Sesame St their meager brains would fill with ABCs 1+1=2 and even words instead of grunts.

    Didn’t work. I don’t think many kids watched it. Black women preferred their own shows.

  111. @clifford brown
    DMX kept it real. Comically honest in all his interviews.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AXca4WcCzlo

    Replies: @Polistra, @Neoconned

    He was a good rapper. Drama too….late 90s were a good time for hip hop….

  112. @mmack
    @Mr. Anon

    D.) a trim level on a luxury car (The DMX package includes heated and cooled leather seats, heated steering wheel, and panoramic sunroof standard).

    E) An Acura or Cadillac sedan. (See the all new Acura DMX at your local Acura dealer)

    Replies: @Mr. Anon

    Yes, also apt.

    • Thanks: mmack
  113. @S. Anonyia
    @Rockford Tyson

    The mumble rap the Zoomers (whites and blacks alike) listen to today is the worst. The vibe it gives me is Caribbean lamentation for the dead being warbled by a dude about to pass out from cough syrup.

    Replies: @AndrewR, @Jay Fink

    There’s a lot of really good “mumble rap” out there. Start with the work of the late XXXtentacion. Or Post Malone.

  114. @Anonymous
    For a lot of gay men, that stuff coupled with his “gruff delivery” (AP obit headline) only adds intrigue.

    It’s like the woman convinced she can tame the bad boy or become pen pals with the “Soul On Ice” inmates. Dzokhar “Daytripper” Tsarnaev and aspired murder-artist “Straight Acez” Ahmad Al Aliwi Alissa may get fan correspondence delivered in wheelbarrows.

    Replies: @AndrewR

    Tsarnaev is slim and quite handsome

    Al-Issa is a fat neckbeard. If he getd any love letters then it won’t be from anyone who has seen what he looks like

  115. When aspiring rappers fight with cops, they become expiring rappers.

  116. @danand
    "What the f— is a Barack?! Barack Obama. Where he from, Africa?"

    And here I though I was the only one. That reminds me, the 2021 Masters is underway at Augusta National. The media's excited that a black man has a shot (made the cut) at the green jacket:

    https://youtu.be/geQuDUzI9QM?t=80

    Cameron Champ's father, Jeff, played baseball with the Baltimore Orioles.

    (Tiger's win is too far back to count?)

    Replies: @Jonathan Mason, @ScarletNumber

    Cameron Champ’s father, Jeff, played baseball with the Baltimore Orioles.

    To be clear, he topped out at Single A.

  117. @AndrewR
    @Nathan

    Music is generally targeted towards a specific IQ level (or BAC). DMX definitely wasn't a complete moron but it's safe to say his IQ wasn't too far north of the black median. Thus his music is targeted towards that general crowd. Meanwhile someone like Childish Gambino has a very high IQ, and while his music is good enough that I imagine even dim people can enjoy it, you're not going to get the most out of it if you don't understand words like "onomatopoeia"

    Replies: @Jonathan Mason

    I imagine even dim people can enjoy it, you’re not going to get the most out of it if you don’t understand words like “onomatopoeia”

    Hell, I don’t know what that word means either, but I think it has something to do with clang association.

  118. @The Alarmist
    15 children by how many hoes baby-mamas?

    Replies: @Sick 'n Tired

    I heard 9.

  119. @JohnnyWalker123
    Look at how overwhelmingly White&male that crowd is at 1999 Woodstock.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qDg3JGBBYjo

    Steve can insult the intelligence of the late DMX all he wants, but 'D' at least used rap to become a millionaire, live a flashy lifestyle, and father 15 children.

    Look at all those White men grunting out those rap lyrics at the top of their lungs. What's their excuse?

    Replies: @El Dato, @Rooster12, @Clyde, @YetAnotherAnon

    “Look at all those White men grunting out those rap lyrics at the top of their lungs. What’s their excuse?”

    Well, the rapper has just handed out the biggest N-word pass in recent history, I suppose they are taking advantage 😉

    (I agree it’s a sad sight and sound)

  120. @Dan Smith
    This is why America is going to the dogs.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @Polistra, @Kronos, @AndrewR, @AndrewR, @Currahee, @El Dato, @Truth

    Dude, if that wasn’t meant to be a double entendre, you nailed it anyway!

  121. @Mr. Anon
    DMX?

    That sounds like either:

    a.) an organic solvent

    b.) a designer drug

    c.) a model of outboard motor

    Replies: @mmack, @Truth

    It means, “Dark Man X”, White Man Why?

    • LOL: vhrm
  122. @Polistra
    @Richard B

    What proportion of people are so completely brainwashed that they believe what's happening is all for the best? They may admit to some growing (or birthing) pains but they are fed on a continuous diet of MSM propaganda and they're on board with (what we call) the wreckage. So long as wypipos is the ones gettin it, it's all to the good. What proportion of people who believe this are wypipos themselves? I'd rather not know, frankly. It definitely includes many of the men and all of the women among my friends and family.

    Replies: @Richard B

    What proportion of people are so completely brainwashed that they believe what’s happening is all for the best? They may admit to some growing (or birthing) pains but they are fed on a continuous diet of MSM propaganda and they’re on board with (what we call) the wreckage.

    You answered your own question.

    they’re on board with (what we call) the wreckage.

    True. You’re referring to the Whites who either don’t even identify as White, or who do, but negatively, so they can go along to get along. But their end is coming sooner than they think. In fact, it’s coming now. That they don’t see it is irrelevant.

    My comment was about that portion of Whites suffering from the learned helplessness that’s symptomatic of Battered White Syndrome.

    In the end, however one looks at it, the result is the same. The USA is going out with a pathetic whimper. But that doesn’t mean you won’t hear the bang. Because no country in history has fallen further than the USA is falling now.

  123. @Harry Baldwin
    It would do wonders for my peace of mind and ability to dwell on other topics if I had DMX's level of ignorance about politics. I often wish I did. Thinking about politics has done nothing but cause me aggravation, alienated me from old friends, and wasted mental energy that could have been devoted to more useful things, like how to do yo-yo tricks or play the banjo. A friend of mine used to feign such ignorance with his wife, who hated Trump, when she wanted to argue about politics.

    "Did you hear what President Trump said about . . . "
    "President Trump?"
    "Yes, President Trump."
    "Trump? The real estate guy?"
    "Yes. The president."
    "Trump's not the president. He has that TV show. Obama's the president. You know, the black guy."

    He would keep it up as long as necessary.

    Replies: @JohnnyWalker123, @White Guy In Japan, @JohnnyWalker123, @Desiderius, @Ragno

    It would do wonders for my peace of mind and ability to dwell on other topics if I had DMX’s level of ignorance about politics. I often wish I did. Thinking about politics has done nothing but cause me aggravation, alienated me from old friends, and wasted mental energy that could have been devoted to more useful things, like how to do yo-yo tricks or play the banjo.

    Harry, the truth you have spoken here resonated in me like someone banging on a Chinese gong; I couldn’t merely click thanks, or agree, because neither would begin to indicate the mental isolation and soul-deep misery “thinking about politics” causes otherwise-reasonable people. Even now, when the ongoing collapse of what’s left of America leaves one no alternative.

    For me, the worst of it is how that misery and isolation leaches into the groundwater of my life, poisoning the simplest but deepest pleasures of my life: reading, and music. I’m someone who naturally gravitates to books and records of earlier, saner, times…..yet our unspeakable politicians ceding our past, present and future to the marabunta ants among us, mercilessly chewing through everything and everyone in their path, won’t allow me a moment’s peace; so “politics” is less a chronic annoyance or necessary evil than it is a work crew running jackhammers outside my window, day in and day out.

    • Replies: @vhrm
    @Ragno

    Dude, it sounds like you're letting the media ruin your life long before the ruined country will. (and i say it because i have a tendency to go that way too sometimes)

    Just ignore it. Like literally scan the headlines once a day if you must, read an article or two if it's particularly interesting and otherwise walk away and do other stuff.

    Maybe check out the Sam Harris' https://www.wakingup.com/ (i don't entirely agree with him (and for reasons i won't go into his politics will be off putting ) but i'd say the practice is "ok" and the long podcast type conversations he has in there are quite compelling. )

    You or I can't impact what Biden does or what the NYT writes. So stay sane and focus on local stuff.
    throw some $$ at whoever seems less bad in the next election if you think it'll help. If you want to get involved with something locally then work with some kids at a school or old people or not.

    or watch a you tube video about why we may be holograms:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=klpDHn8viX8

  124. @S. Anonyia
    @Rockford Tyson

    The mumble rap the Zoomers (whites and blacks alike) listen to today is the worst. The vibe it gives me is Caribbean lamentation for the dead being warbled by a dude about to pass out from cough syrup.

    Replies: @AndrewR, @Jay Fink

    I prefer the current rap (even if I am way out of the target demographic) to 90s rap because it is a lot more chill and less angry. Lil’ Baby and Roddy Rich are two of my favorites.

  125. @Ragno
    @Harry Baldwin


    It would do wonders for my peace of mind and ability to dwell on other topics if I had DMX’s level of ignorance about politics. I often wish I did. Thinking about politics has done nothing but cause me aggravation, alienated me from old friends, and wasted mental energy that could have been devoted to more useful things, like how to do yo-yo tricks or play the banjo.
     
    Harry, the truth you have spoken here resonated in me like someone banging on a Chinese gong; I couldn't merely click thanks, or agree, because neither would begin to indicate the mental isolation and soul-deep misery "thinking about politics" causes otherwise-reasonable people. Even now, when the ongoing collapse of what's left of America leaves one no alternative.

    For me, the worst of it is how that misery and isolation leaches into the groundwater of my life, poisoning the simplest but deepest pleasures of my life: reading, and music. I'm someone who naturally gravitates to books and records of earlier, saner, times.....yet our unspeakable politicians ceding our past, present and future to the marabunta ants among us, mercilessly chewing through everything and everyone in their path, won't allow me a moment's peace; so "politics" is less a chronic annoyance or necessary evil than it is a work crew running jackhammers outside my window, day in and day out.

    Replies: @vhrm

    Dude, it sounds like you’re letting the media ruin your life long before the ruined country will. (and i say it because i have a tendency to go that way too sometimes)

    Just ignore it. Like literally scan the headlines once a day if you must, read an article or two if it’s particularly interesting and otherwise walk away and do other stuff.

    Maybe check out the Sam Harris’ https://www.wakingup.com/ (i don’t entirely agree with him (and for reasons i won’t go into his politics will be off putting ) but i’d say the practice is “ok” and the long podcast type conversations he has in there are quite compelling. )

    You or I can’t impact what Biden does or what the NYT writes. So stay sane and focus on local stuff.
    throw some $$ at whoever seems less bad in the next election if you think it’ll help. If you want to get involved with something locally then work with some kids at a school or old people or not.

    or watch a you tube video about why we may be holograms:

  126. @Hateful Hornytoad
    @Nathan

    Aesop Rock is the truth.

    Replies: @Nathan

    “Fine, sign of the swine in the swarm
    When a king is a whore who comply and conform”

    A true lyrical genius.

  127. @Ed Case
    @Nathan

    Couldn't find Ol' Dirty Bastard in that list?
    He also had 15 kids, though Covid-19 didn't kill him at 35.
    Not a Rap Fan, but I remember him from his Obit in The Australian newspaper, where he was respectfully referred to as Mr. Bastard by the writer [Stephen Romei].

    Replies: @Nathan

    So, I happen to be a rap fan, and you will notice that Ol’ Dirty Bastard’s group the Wu Tang Clan is near the absolute top of the pile. Now, this is surely due to the fact that intellectual rappers RZA, GZA, Ghostface Killah, Method Man, and Raekwon were members of the group, but these great rappers and rhymers thought that having Ol’ Dirty as part of their crew was worthwhile. Ol’ Dirty was certifiably insane. Nobody disputes that. But his hits did include a guest performance by Kelis, who went on to have a decent solo career with Milkshake, so he could spot talent.

    You may also notice that the video is a tribute to Rudy Ray Moore, who was the subject of 2019’s Eddie Murphy comeback film Dolomite is My Name. Rudy Ray Moore was otherwise forgotten when Got Your Money came out in 1999. In fact, the Wu Tang Clan’s whole Kung Fu movie aesthetic had been forgotten and was aggressively out of style in the 1990s when they rose to fame. I find that an ironic appreciation of movies is usually a good indicator of intelligence. Whether it’s Wittgenstein’s love of Hollywood B-movies, Joe Bob Brigg’s love of shlock horror (he writes at Taki’s and went to Vanderbilt), Steve Sailer’s former career as a movie critic, or the Wu Tang’s celebration of Shaw Brothers Kung-Fu films, intelligent people can spot what’s good in a movie and aren’t easily buffaloed by the sentimentality and stupidity that dominate award shows and the box office.

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