Admittedly, I don't listen to hip-hop and rap, but at the same time I can't escape hearing it blaring from some black's car whenever I'm out. Often I can't understand what is being said, but the times I do understand I'm left feeling quite confused as to why an entire generation of people would embrace such a low form of music. When rap came onto the scene in the 1980s, it really was a viable art form. The rappers sang about things taking place in their neighborhoods but always with a sense of optimism and hope. The music was fueled with positive energy as a way of getting blacks to think about their social condition and behavior. Remember Public Enemy, KRS-1 and later Tupac? They rapped about real issues affecting the black community, but where are they now? Their voices were silenced and replaced by gutter trash. It amazes me that blacks not only fail to see today's music as an assault but actually embrace it, even going so far as to model their own lives after the lyrics they are constantly fed. Screw everything with a hole, sell dope, rob, commit acts of violence. Smoke weed, stay drunk, go to the club every weekend and throw away their money. Look at music from black predecessors. Blacks invented jazz and blues, music that actually spoke to a person's spirit and sense of being. Eighty years later, blacks are bombarded with the most base and disgusting aural images. Rather than building on a strong legacy, they've actually reverted, gone into a state of devolving. I know who is behind this grand scheme, as do many other white nationalists, but blacks themselves are too blind to see it. They have been bamboozled and hoodwinked, and they don't even know it.