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Indigenous Black Americans have been turned into perpetual entertainment addicts that live, sleep and eat to do nothing more than to see a (show) or either be the show. This obsessive need for attention whether postive or negative has literally turned we into the most sought out for racialy debasing reality shows but we fail to SEE that the joke is really on US. Black Americans willing to show the world how dysfuctional and miseducated we truly are in exchange for a paycheck is a clear sign that we lack the common sense and mother wit once possessed by our not to distant Ancestors. The question is, how do we, The Hebrew Israelite Black Americans now having taken on many diverse identities and social allegiances recover from our (willingness) to divide ourselves into a permanent place of absolute powerlessness? I'll give you my 9MIND frequency point of view.
c has always existed as an element of Hip Hop since the culture's birth in the early 1970s. The first rappers (called MCs) would rap over funk, reggae, dub, soul, and disco beats and would hold spontaneous rhyming battles that were meant to verbally attack an opponent called "freestyles" (freestyling and flowing were words used to describe the impromptu vocal delivery). Artists that laid the template for such aggressive spoken word set to a funky beat include James Brown, Gil Scott-Heron, The Watts Prophets, and The Last Poets.
By the spring of 1979, the first rap record surfaced with funk band The Fatback Band's "King Tim IIII (Personality Jock)". Later, The Sugar Hill Gang debuted in the summer with Hip Hop's most famous commercial record yet,"Rapper's Delight". This list targets critical Hip Hop records during c has always existed as an element of Hip Hop since the culture's birth in the early 1970s. The first rappers (called MCs) would rap over funk, reggae, dub, soul, and disco beats and would hold spontaneous rhyming battles that were meant to verbally attack an opponent called "freestyles" (freestyling and flowing were words used to describe the impromptu vocal delivery). Artists that laid the template for such aggressive spoken word set to a funky beat include James Brown, Gil Scott-Heron, The Watts Prophets, and The Last Poets.
By the spring of 1979, the first rap record surfaced with funk band The Fatback Band's "King Tim IIII (Personality Jock)". Later, The Sugar Hill Gang debuted in the summer with Hip Hop's most famous commercial record yet,"Rapper's Delight". This list targets critical Hip Hop records during the old school era (1979-roughly 1985) before the revolution of "cut-n-paste" music and Run DMC's seminal Hip Hop c has always exist
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Archon Invasion Quest for Immortality w Rob Skiba Join Kenneth, John and Cathy in the chat room while they cover the ominous warnings of a possible false flag nuclear event in California, and the top World War IIII global thermonuclear war headlines. We will also welcome back to the show, Rob Skiba, to discuss some of his most exciting work on the Archon Invasion - The Quest for Immortality.
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Apocalyptic Potpourri with a Planet X Alien Demon Twist
Join Kenneth, John and Cathy in the chat room while they discuss the state of global affairs as it aligns with the end-times and the forthcoming 1 Thess. 5 "Sudden Destruction". The stage is set like never before with nearly every part of the world on alert for a global blitzkrieg. On this show we will weave into our postulations the Planet X Nibiru and UFO alien-demon phenomenon and discuss some likely scenarios of how this will all play into the forthcoming Sudden Destruction, rapture, and Great Tribulation. God Bless You - See You There
The most highly anticipated game of the week has kicked off, and it promises to be thrilling. The Chicago Bears invade Lambeau Field to take on their arch-rivals the Green Bay Packers on Thursday Night Football. And rest assured, the It's Your Dime radio crew is here to soak up every moment of ecstasy and agony with you, starting at 10:00 p.m. CT, just as the game is approaching its climax. Rourke Decker is out of the studio tonight, so Nate Koenig takes the chair regular contributors Kevin Doyle and Mike Jungblut. Site contributor Paul Childers will also make an appearance as a guest commentator for the first hour.
Rookie Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III has taken the world by storm, putting up MVP-caliber numbers in his first game. How far can Griffin take the Skins?
Some dinosaurs refuse to die. In connection with allegations that the league owners colluded to impose an imaginary salary cap during the uncapped year, the NFL Players Association has resurrected the 1992 Reggie White, et al. v. NFL ?lawsuit that inaugurated the era of free agency. What does this case mean for the players and the league in general?
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell wants to meet with the players implicated in the Bountygate scandal soon. Will they be able to resolve the issues, or will he simply make things worse?
A record-setting number of points were scored in Week 1. Does this signal a trend for the league, or will defenses tighten up as the season wears on?
Kudhafi? The 2010–11 Middle East and North Africa protests, also known as the Arab Spring, are a revolutionary wave of demonstrations and protests that have been taking place in the Middle East and North Africa since 18 December 2010.
Prior to this period, Sudan was the only Arab country to have successfully toppled dictatorial regimes, in 1964 and again in 1985. To date, there have been revolutions in Tunisia and Egypt; a civil war in Libya; civil uprisings in Bahrain, Syria, and Yemen; major protests in Algeria, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Morocco, and Oman; and minor protests in Djibouti, Kuwait, Lebanon, Mauritania, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, and Western Sahara.
The protests have shared techniques of civil resistance in sustained campaigns involving strikes, demonstrations, marches and rallies, as well as the use of social media, such as Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube, to organize, communicate, and raise awareness in the face of state attempts at repression and internet censorship.
The slogan of the demonstrators in the Arab world has been "The people want to bring down the regime" (Arabic: ????? ???? ????? ??????).
The one thing that evil-racist white principalities have feared is quickly becoming a reality. He is literally in hell, right now. His hand has been against every man but, now, every man's hand shall be against him. You and I are witnessing america's fall.