October 29, 2020

Gen Z Conservative

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kanye on the democratic plantation

Kanye on the Democratic Plantation

The Lyrics by Kanye on the Democratic Plantation:

“See that’s the problem with this damn nation
All Blacks gotta be Democrats, man, we ain’t made it off the plantation” -Kanye on the Democratic Plantation

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Check out the song, “Ye vs the People” here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GlZ8uzjU3hk

Analysis:

I think these lyrics are very important for every American to read or listen to. In fact, the whole video is worth listening to because of what it says about our current political system and how it treats African-Americans.




In these lyrics, Kanye is saying what many conservatives have said for decades. He recognizes that when Democrats try to force Africa-Americans to vote for them, and shame them if they vote for a Republican, they are just trying to keep people “on the plantation.”

Although that might sound offensive to say, I think it is an important thing for people to realize. If Kanye feels that way about the Democrats, it is likely that many others do too. They are just too scared to say if because of the way that their friends will ridicule or shame them. We shouldn’t be a society were people are scared of saying they support one political party or another, Republican, Democrat, or Independent.

I believe people should be able to vote for whoever they want without shame. I’m obviously a strong conservative and Republican. But I have many Democrat and Independent friends. We get along well and can discuss politics rationally. Based on this song, it appears that Kanye can’t. His friends and fans get too angry when he wears the iconic MAGA hat. That is a cultural shift that needs to change.

Throughout his song “Ye vs the People,” Kanye makes great points about the hypocrisy of people who attack him for vocally supporting Trump. It truly is a great quote by Kanye on the Democratic plantation and how Democrats fully expect that African-Americans must vote for them. Or, in the words of Creepy Joe Biden, who exposed the mindset of Democrats in a revealing gaffe, “If you have a problem figuring out whether you’re for me or Trump, then you ain’t black.”

Democrats hate the thought that people are figuring out that liberal racism of the sort described in this quote by Kanye on the Democratic plantation is a much bigger problem than any casual, offensive comments coming from the right. The fact is, conservatives believe in individual merit and treating people as individuals rather than as members of a racial group. Leftists don’t, hence why creepy Joe is so mad that African-Americans might vote for Trump rather than him.




While the quote up top by Kanye on the Democratic plantation is the most poignant one in my opinion, there are other great ones. One such great quote from the song is:

“I know everybody emotional
Is it better if I rap about crack? Huh? ‘Cause it’s cultural?
Or how about I’ma shoot you, or fuck your bitch?
Or how about all this Gucci, ’cause I’m fuckin’ rich?”

Kanye on the Democratic Plantation

He’s saying that what he’s saying is much less offensive than what’s in most other rap music. Yet because it’s supporting a conservative leader like President Donald Trump, he’s attacked for it. What he’s saying isn’t offensive to sane, rational people.

But because of our current political atmosphere, his friends see it as offensive. That atmosphere needs to change so that people of all backgrounds can support whatever ideology they would like. That is their 1st Amendment right and they should be allowed to support what they like.

Kanye makes a number of great points in “Ye vs the People,” especially about the democratic plantation. Y’all should listen to it.

But even more than listening to it, what you need to do is try to understand the point made in this lyric by Kanye on the Democratic plantation. The point is not that every African-American should be a Republican (although I think they, like everyone else in America, should be a conservative).

Rather, the point is that the expectation from Democrats that African-Americans will vote for them just because of their race is both oppressive and racist. Trump is not a racist. America is not a racist country. But Creepy Joe Biden and Democrats like him are racists because they want to use the power of the government to keep blacks voting for them and are angry when that does not happen.




Remember that the war on poverty, the failed, wretched program of wealth redistribution that it is, was not ever meant to be a way to help people escape poverty. No, it was a bribery scheme created by LBJ to make African-Americans dependent on the government and welfare payments and thus make them vote Democrat in order to keep those welfare payments flowing.

In his own words, “I’ll have those n*****s voting Democrat for the next 200 years.” That was the point of the war on poverty. Not helping anyone.

But, luckily for Republicans, some members of the African-American community are waking up to that, as you can tell by this quote by Kanye on the Democratic plantation. That realization is long overdue, but it is better late than never. Republicans want to help people escape poverty. Democrats, as described in this quote by Kanye on the Democratic plantation, just want to keep their voters dependent on the teat of the state. Let’s help wean them off of it.

By: Gen Z Conservative


Links:

Listen to the song here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GlZ8uzjU3hk

Read a recent article of mine about a similar point: https://genzconservative.com/protect-free-speech/

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