Thursday, October 21, 2010

Lenon Honor's Hip Hop, The Hidden Hand, and The Degredation of Black Masculinity









Lenon Honor's latest series "Hip Hop, The Hidden Hand, and The Degredation of Black Masculinity" is an excellent down-to-earth presentation breaking down the Masonic symbolism and cultural memes forced upon black Americans in movies and music. He examines in detail the idea of "Hip Hop Culture," where it comes from and who created it by analyzing various movie themes, music lyrics, and subliminal suggestions. The first 4 parts of the 27 part series are above, click here to view the entire playlist.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thank you for posting this!! I owe you much thanks for lending a hint on how to blogcast (broadcast) too. I'm now on blogtalk. I had a strong FEELING that you and I are kindred spirits, my friend! (big smiles)

As a Black woman-- I find this article/post to be needed no matter of who is the 'messenger'. It demonstrates that we are all the same and under serious mind controlling attacks! There has never been a war on 'terrorism'-- it's always been a war ON OUR MINDS.

Please continue to be careful while you're in Thailand because HAARP is continuously at work (I know that you are aware of it). Keep on keepin' on, Eric! There are lots of us who are doing the same! (BIG smiles)!

Love, peace and soul (TRAIN)!
Jasmine "Jazz" Steele

jazz said...

I have no idea why my name didn't show up for this post and comment. But allow me to be clear, I AM Jazz and I wrote this comment. People should be able to click the name (I am NOT anonymous) for the sake of researching purposes. "There is nothing to fear but fear itself". Again, Eric, keep up the good works! Some of 'US' get it! smiles

Peace and UNITY to each and all.

Eric Dubay said...

Thanks for the comments Jazz. I really enjoyed this one as well. If people don't have time to watch the whole series, I highly recommend watching parts 11-15 for some great hand-sign/Masonic info. Peace.

Gary said...

Degradation of the black community, is right. I studied Rap music for about 3 years and found it to be very negative. It teaches blacks to call each other the N word, and glorifies murder, sex, stereotyping of women and so many other bad things. It really is depressing that the rappers are made into role models these days.

What Heavy Metal is to encouraging the typical white man to blow up in violence, is what rap music does to encourage black people to kill each other.

I get so sick of hearing all this "white on black" or "black on white" crime. if you look at the statistics, blacks are killing each other way way worse than anything. I am not black, but it does bother me, because all those groups and idiots like Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton that love to remind you when a white person does something, they don't ever come out and tell blacks to stop killing each other. Most smart black people will tell you this too.

Gangster Rap has totally transformed and destroyed much of the great black culture. I love R&B, I am a huge, huge fan of some of the greats that influenced the creation of rap, and I don't think even they would agree with what those rappers are singing about. One of my favorites is James Brown. He seen it before he died, and I don't remember him ever saying he was proud of how they sang about shooting each other when they were constantly sampling his songs in their own.

Eric Dubay said...

You're right, I completely agree as usual, thanks for the comment!