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Saturday, November 20, 2004

White Supremacist Group Uses Free Music to Spread Message - Rap Music?

I couldn't believe it myself when I read about it so I went to and sure enough they said that it was rap music they are distributing. Well, although it would make for a great story, they aren't using rap music. I don't think that the folks at MSNBC know remotely what rap is. When you click on the launch button to see the video version of the story, the title reads, "Hate groups use rap to recruit". Then proceed to listen and you'll here death metal in the background. On a serious note, it is very disturbing that these guys have already distributed 20,000 of these "rap" CD's and are setting a goal for 200,000. Even more disturbing is the fact that they are distributing them on high school and middle school campuses around the country. That "rap" has got to be stopped.

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At 4:13 PM, Blogger Hristo said...

i'm surprised there is no legislation keeping these people away from schools. i understand their rights to produce and market this stuff, but they shouldn't be able to do it at schools. I'm sure if a christian group was passing out cd's at schools, there would be a huge uproar. of course, the whole separation of church and state issue is more widely talked about than white supremacists. anyway, i hope most of the 20,000 kids they gave this to trashed it immediatley.

At 11:02 PM, Blogger Hisdudeness said...

I was suprised that they are getting into so many schools also. Correct me if I'm wrong, but there is no way anbody like that would have been able to distribute that stuff on school property at any of the schools we went to. Even at "The High", there would be no way. I don't what distubs me more, the fact that these assholes are out there trying to influence little kids, or that they are able to actually get to them at their schools.


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