Marshall Mather s the third, a name for a country club person, not a rapper, but that is Eminem’s name. I’m not going to lie, I like a lot of his songs but lately he seems to have lost his mind. His songs aren’t very good anymore and his SNL appearance was awful. His latest video about a line in the sand with several black people behind him outright stunk! Am I supposed to be intimidated by the black guys behind him? I’m so scared! The fact is that Trump has done more for blacks in less then one year then Obama did for them in eight. People are starting to go back to work for higher paying jobs. Whereas Obama gave lip service, blacks had they’re worst run under him. Blacks had higher unemployment, lower paying jobs then at anytime in our history. I could go on about all the killings in Chicago, St Louis and the like, this is directly due to people being completely alienated from our employment system. A lot of this goes back to the late 70’s early 80’s when jobs started going off shore thanks to the New World Order and people in that club that executed it.
For Marshal to go off on the BET awards and have black people cheer shows that black people still don’t get it. With the corrupt unions and there still liberal voting, blacks will never get ahead until they look at party politics and start voting differently. Blacks should ignore athletes and entertainers like Eminem because they have theirs already. Do the NFL athletes or NBA athletes give back to there communities? The answer is largely no! So who will help them? Our failing public school system? The Democratic party? Unions? I doubt anyone of the aforementioned.
The fact is that the back population does not even get visited on the campaign trail any longer, politicians go to Latino and Asian districts now. Why? Because they matter! Blacks no longer matter in the politicians eyes, besides, they know that they will vote Democrat any way, so with them in their pocket, why bother to cow tow. The blacks are all but forgotten in demographics.
Robert M. Massimi believes that for the black community to get stronger a few things must happen: Stronger family unity, better education, stronger political base, community leaders who can deliver votes to politicians who keep there word to them, better paying jobs, getting wealthy blacks to commit money to blighted areas.
To people like Eminem, I say, you don’t know what the hell you are singing about, you have no idea what is going on in Washington and should look more closely at when Obama was in office and what he did, or didn’t do for the black population.