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Hip Hop Culture as Conditioning towards Perpetual Childhood - 1/2 Watch

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    Very interesting. Worth watching both parts!

    This video examines and presents straight forward evidence demonstrating how Hip Hop Culture conditions those immersed in it towards a state of perpetual childhood, which leads to an immature and irresponsible society unable to take care of it's self and consequently a society dependent on and RULED BY 'experts.'

    Furthermore, other mental outlooks promoted and perpetuated by this culture include the dehumanization and debasement of human life, value and respect, exasperated by the use of animal terminology and imagery.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FQcRYc-RF_8
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    no.
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    I don't really agree...the same argument can be used to the rest of the music market.
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    bull****
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    Hip hop conditions people to be cool like me, jigga
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    Some of the connections drawn were quite interesting tbf, though the tone of the video was like the standard "Rihanna / Jay Z are IlLuMiNaTi" type videos.
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    Hip Hop has also given many dirt poor kids opportunities in life and is often a a different resort to drug dealing.

    Also movies and video games and other form of Music has influence too.
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    Kanye west: "things we see on the screen that's not outs but these n*****s from the hood so the dream's not far".

    Basically saying such artists (hiphop), can inspire the youngsters that they too can be successful and leave what ever projects they're based in.
 
 
 
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