Where was Obama for the last 10 years ???


BARACK OBAMA SLAMS POP CULTURE FOR FOISTING BAD VALUES ON YOUNG MEN

It is about time Obama opened up, it is a long time coming. This is what ALL young men of all races need in this day and age of bad examples, piss poor role models, is guidance from someone from their own background to give them good advice. Setting them on the right course of life by the good examples demonstrated to them.

President Obama sounded like a conservative Tuesday at the My Brother’s Keeper Alliance Summitt in Oakland, Calif., when he addressed hundreds of young men of color alongside basketball superstar Steph Curry.

Obama talked to the young men about the virtues of monogamy. He shared his personal experiences growing up without a dad. He also offered a helpful, traditional, definition of manhood: “being responsible, working hard, being kind, respectful, compassionate.”

“A lot of hip-hop and rap music is built around me showing how I got more money than you, I can disrespect you and you can’t do nothing about it, I’m going to talk about you and punk you,” Obama said. In addition, he criticized the objectification of women and sexual immorality promoted by hip-hop.

I grew up influenced by hip-hop in many of the negative ways that the former president described. But I learned to make excuses for myself because I embraced a certain moral relativism, telling myself that it was OK for me to hurt myself and others because of how unfair the world was to me.

Where were those messages when he was in office. Unless I missed them, I do not recall too many times, if any the x-pres expressed many words of wisdom to the younger generations.

All of that conversation goes hand in hand with what I have been preaching for years. The key to a successful life is through EDUCATION.

EDUCATION encompasses many different facets of life. It should start the second the kid pops their head out of where they been hiding for nine months.

A good degree of EDUCATION can be passed on to our offspring without a word uttered; by our example.

It is a great message Obama passed on:

A lot of hip-hop and rap music is built around me showing how I got more money than you, I can disrespect you and you can’t do nothing about it, I’m going to talk about you and punk you,” Obama said. In addition, he criticized the objectification of women and sexual immorality promoted by hip-hop.

These bums are despicable. Many of the lyrics in their music are not fit for a hardened criminals ears, let alone young kids. The manner in which they convey their messages and the way they conduct their lives it is abhorred. Yet the kids flock to them like with Moses leading his people through the dessert.

Some of them are a very good example of; if you live by the rap, you will die by the rap:

List of murdered hip hop musicians

The following is a list of notable hip hop musicians killed since the genre began in the early 1970s.

NameDateAgePlace of deathCause of deathRef.
Scott La RockAugust 27, 198725New York CityNew York, U.S.Shot and killed[1]
Paul CJuly 17, 198924New York CityNew York, U.S.Shot and killed[2]
D-Boy RodriguezOctober 6, 199022DallasTexas, U.S.Shot and killed[3][4]
CharizmaDecember 16, 199320MilpitasCalifornia, U.S.Shot and killed[5][6]
StretchNovember 30, 199527New York CityNew York, U.S.Shot and killed[7]
SeagramJuly 31, 199626OaklandCalifornia, U.S.Shot and killed[8][9]
Tupac ShakurSeptember 13, 199625Las VegasNevada, U.S.Shot and killed[10][11][12]
Yaki KadafiNovember 10, 199619OrangeNew Jersey, U.S.Shot and killed[13]
The Notorious B.I.G.March 9, 199724Los AngelesCalifornia, U.S.Shot and killed[14][15][16]
Fat PatFebruary 3, 199827HoustonTexas, U.S.Shot and killed[17][18]
Big LFebruary 15, 199924New York CityNew York, U.S.Shot and killed[19][20][21]
Freaky TahMarch 28, 199927New York CityNew York, U.S.Shot and killed[22]
BugzMay 21, 199922Grand RapidsMichigan, U.S.Shot and run over[23]
DJ Uncle AlSeptember 10, 200132MiamiFlorida, U.S.Shot and killed[24][25]
Jam Master JayOctober 30, 200237New York CityNew York, U.S.Shot and killed[26]
SabotageJanuary 24, 200329São PauloBrazilShot and killed[27][28]
CamoflaugeMay 19, 200321SavannahGeorgia, U.S.Shot and killed[29]
Half a MillOctober 24, 200330New York CityNew York, U.S.Shot and killed[30]
Soulja SlimNovember 26, 200326New OrleansLouisiana, U.S.Shot and killed[31][32]
Mac DreNovember 1, 200434Kansas CityMissouri, U.S.Shot and killed[33]
Blade IcewoodApril 19, 200528DetroitMichigan, U.S.Shot and killed[34]
ProofApril 11, 200632DetroitMichigan, U.S.Shot and killed[35][36][37]
Big HawkMay 1, 200636HoustonTexas, U.S.Shot and killed[38]
Stack BundlesJune 11, 200724Far RockawayQueens,New York U.SShot and killed
VL MikeApril 20, 200832New OrleansLouisiana, U.S.Shot and killed[39]
DollaMay 18, 200921Los AngelesCalifornia, U.S.Shot and killed[40][41][42]
Magnolia ShortyDecember 20, 201028New OrleansLouisiana, U.S.Shot and killed[43]
Bad News BrownFebruary 11, 201133MontrealQuebecCanadaMurdered[44]
Lil PhatJune 7, 201219Sandy SpringsGeorgia, U.S.Shot and killed[45]
MC DalesteJuly 7, 201319PaulíniaSão PauloBrazilShot and killed[46]
Pavlos FyssasSeptember 18, 201334KeratsiniAthensGreeceStabbed to death[47]
Joshua RiberaSeptember 21, 201318BirminghamEngland, U.K.Stabbed to death[48]
Doe BDecember 28, 201322MontgomeryAlabama, U.S.Shot and killed[49]
The JackaFebruary 2, 201537OaklandCalifornia, U.S.Shot and killed[50]
FlabbaMarch 9, 201537Alexandra, GautengSouth AfricaStabbed to death[51]
ChinxMay 17, 201531New York CityNew York, U.S.Shot and killed[52]
Bankroll FreshMarch 4, 201628Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.Shot and killed[53]
3-2November 10, 201644Houston, Texas, U.S.Shot and killed[54]
XXXTentacionJune 18, 201820Deerfield Beach, Florida, U.S.Shot and killed[55]
Jimmy WopoJune 18, 201821Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, U.S.Shot and killed[56]
Young GreatnessOctober 29, 201834New OrleansLouisiana, U.S.Shot and killed[57]
Feis EcktuhJanuary 1, 201932Rotterdam, The NetherlandsShot and killed[58]
Kevin FretJanuary 10, 201924Rio Piedras, Puerto RicoShot and killed

I can’t say for sure if all of these rappers met their maker on account of the outrageous lifestyles. What I will say, whatever caused their demise, rapping did not help.

Odd statistic: Being that the majority of the rappers are black, one would think that the black community are their biggest supporters. Wrong. The white kids are the ones that keep these fools in diamonds and Rolls Royces.

The majority of hip hop listeners are white | Genius

https://genius.com/discussions/281920-The-majority-of-hip-hop-listeners-are-white

I would like to see Mr. O gather some other notables to continue passing the message. Education is the ONLY way out of the wilderness for kids from all races.

Today, in a very unusual move, I give Mr. O two thumbs up for his efforts. I would love to see him keep that ball rolling. What should it be all about, if not the future generations.

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