Growing up in Midwest during the 1970/80’s I remember how diverse the music was. Everything from country to rap could be heard blaring from cars, out people’s windows, or on their shoulders coming from a boom box. I enjoyed most styles but the only rap I listened was from Tone Loc. Movies would depict a group of guys on the corner raping and singing Acapella.
Rap crossed over with the Beastie Boys but in general, was widely accepted in the black communities. Over time it became more vulgar in its language, sexual inferences, and calling for the killing of the police. The gang violence in the urban areas grew into, like Chicago today, into mini-war zones.
What has changed in the past decade or so is their “gangster’ rap has escalated into flat out debauchery. F-bombs, calls for rape and simulated sex, glorifies revenge, and promotes the killing of white Americans, especially the police.
With the rapid decline of the family unit, no fathers in the homes, a high amount of the urban communities end up on some form of government assistance. Some segments develop a victim mentality, criticizing anyone who makes changes trying to get out of the neighborhood. If this involved a change in speech, appearance, or attitude, they would be identified as trying to be white, nicknames are given, Uncle Tom or Coon, etc.
With the Marxist racist BLM organization, radical Nation Of Islam, and drug money influencing their young generation, rappers like Snoop Dog have become a pseudo father figure for a large number of young back boys. This weekend the rap legend shared a hateful image on his Instagram account with over 48 million followers. The picture featured prominent black conservatives, like Owens, The Hodge Twins, Herman Cain, Terrence K. Williams, and more.
Yes, the title – “The Coon Bunch”
The dictionary definition of coon: Slang: Extremely Disparaging and Offensive. a contemptuous term used to refer to a black person.
The Jim Crow Museum of Racist Memorabilia shares more context to the term.
The coon caricature is one of the most insulting of all anti-black caricatures. The name itself, an abbreviation of raccoon, is dehumanizing. As with Sambo, the coon was portrayed as a lazy, easily frightened, chronically idle, inarticulate, buffoon. The coon differed from the Sambo in subtle but important ways. Sambo was depicted as a perpetual child, not capable of living as an independent adult. The coon acted childishly, but he was an adult; albeit a good-for-little adult. Sambo was portrayed as a loyal and contented servant. Indeed, Sambo was offered as a defense for slavery and segregation… The coon, although he often worked as a servant, was not happy with his status. He was, simply, too lazy or too cynical to attempt to change his lowly position. Also, by the 1900s, Sambo was identified with older, docile blacks who accepted Jim Crow laws and etiquette; whereas coons were increasingly identified with young, urban blacks who disrespected whites. Stated differently, the coon was a Sambo gone bad.
Black Conservative talk show host, Larry Elder, made an entire movie framed by the slur liberals routinely call black conservatives.
“Uncle Tom” spends a few moments letting Candace Owens, Lt. Col. Allen West, Elder and more describe how they’re treated for daring to support Republicans. The bulk of the film, though, lets black conservatives share their love of country and why they crave smaller government and more personal freedom.
The movie won’t stop progressives from using terms like “Uncle Tom,” and worse, against black Americans with whom they disagree politically.
The movie bypassed traditional distribution channels, setting up a web site where anyone can rent the film.
Terrence Williams, a conservative comedian, like others who were singled out, has earned to the opportunity to meet President Trump and posts about it their meeting on his Twitter page.
I’m speechless for the first time in my life.
The President & The First Lady invited me to sit at their table.
— Terrence K. Williams (@w_terrence) February 4, 2020
In response to Snoop Dog’s post, Terrence fired back on his own Instagram account: @snoopdogg you use to hang with President Trump and talk highly of him but we coons ??
Like everyone in NYC, Snoop used to love Donald Trump. One of the most coveted things rappers could do is try to figure out a way to get Trump’s name to rhyme with a line in their lyrics.
It all changed after Trump announced he was running for President as a Republican, suddenly, he morphed into a racist, and Snoop hated him. He even went as far as to do a video of shooting President.
So there you have it. Millions of back youth are getting indoctrinated by rappers like Snoop Dog, some of whom will end up acting out their hatred, some dead or in prison, then they will be used by the left as examples of systemic racism. Free speech is crucial for our country to stay America, and as much as cynics hate to hear this, without God in our culture, his people seeking his Will and ways, and loving others as a result, really tough times will be ahead for those who follow people rapping hate.