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25 To Life: First They Came For the Gangsta’ Rappers… But I Didn’t Speak Out Because I Wasn’t a Gangsta’ Rapper

Mac Slavo
February 4th, 2015
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What I wouldn’t do to have a meal, load the HK, pick a target, put it in his grill.

Those are some of the lyrics from the latest album by gangsa’ rapper Brandon Duncan who goes by the stage name Tiny Doo. And if San Diego county has their way, Duncan will soon be spending the rest of his life in prison for violating an obscure law that makes it illegal to benefit from gang-related activities.

You can listen to Doo’s full album online:

But be aware that by listening to it, you may somehow be implicated in nine California shootings for which 14 men are about to stand trial. Tiny Doo himself is one of those men, and even prosecutors admit that the only crime he committed is releasing his music.

According to the San Diego County District Attorney’s office, Tiny Doo—real name Brandon Duncan—is a documented member of the gang that allegedly perpetrated the attempted murders. No one is alleging that Duncan fired a gun himself, bought the weapons, or was at the scene of the crime—that he had anything to do with the shooting at all, really. (Gawker)

It is not clear how Tiny Doo has benefited from the lyrics, other than to promote his album like any other musician in the hopes of garnering a listening audience and some album sales. But despite lyrics that closely resemble those of popular rappers like Snoop Dogg, Doctor Dre and Young Jeezy, the San Diego District Attorney’s office has determined that this particular individual has committed a crime so heinous that he is to spend the rest of his natural life behind bars.

And just to be clear, Tiny Doo has not been implicated in any actual crime against a person or persons:

Though Duncan hasn’t been tied to the shootings, prosecutors argued that he benefited from the shootings because his gang gained in status, allowing him to sell more albums. (News 10)

According to San Diego prosecutors, however, Doo should face charges because, “We’re not just talking about a CD of anything, of love songs. We’re talking about a CD (cover) … there is a revolver with bullets.

Indeed, Doo’s “No Safety” album has gone completely off the reservation by headlining a revolver with an empty chamber and a bullet speedloader, obviously indicative of Doo’s intent to maim, kill and murder innocents.

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In a recent interview with CNN Tiny Doo argued that he is doing nothing different from any other artist out there, including other gangster rappers:

I’m not saying to go do this or do that… I’m just painting a picture of urban street life… The studio is my canvas… I’m just painting a picture… I’m not telling anybody to go out and kill somebody…

I get up and go to work everyday. How am I benefiting from what somebody’s doing? I haven’t sold a million records or anything… People can go out and listen to the album for themselves and see if it makes them want to go kill somebody or something like that.

Doo then reveals the real motivations behind prosecutors who twist and bend the law against people who have done nothing wrong. And whether you’re a Gangsta’ Rapper or not, you’ll likely agree:

I would love to continue to rap… But these people have you scared to do anything around here.

Today Tiny Doo is facing life in prison for his rap lyrics. They’re not exactly something you might hear coming from a church choir, but despite their unpopularity among San Diego prosecutors and what is probably a large portion of the American public, his right to say those words are protected by the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution.

Should the government be successful in prosecuting Tiny Doo, what comes next? Whose artistic expression and speech will they choose to silence? To say someone is benefiting from gang activity is quite broad, and a “gang” is defined as any organized group of criminals.

And as we know, criminals in the United States are a plenty. In fact, these days you’re in the minority if you aren’t a terrorist. Merely posting something to your social network account or blog could soon be construed as benefiting gang or terroristic activity.

In his interview with CNN Tiny Doo went on to say he feels that “they’re trying to eradicate black men.” While he sees this through the lens of a black gangsta rapper, in reality what is happening is that they are trying to eradicate all free thinking men and women.

This is just the beginning. Over coming years more and more Americans will be detained, charged and imprisoned for simply speaking their minds – a victimless crime.

What do you think? Should Tiny Doo spend the rest of his life in prison? Or is his plight one in the same with the rest of Americans who are being systematically driven underground out of fear of what their government will do to them?

First they came for the Socialists, and I did not speak out – Because I was not a Socialist.

Then they came for the Trade Unionists, and I did not speak out – Because I was not a Trade Unionist.

Then they came for the Jews, and I did not speak out – Because I was not a Jew.

Then they came for me – and there was no one left to speak for me.

-Martin Niemöller

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  1. Jonathon says:

    “No one is alleging that Duncan fired a gun himself, bought the weapons, or was at the scene of the crime—that he had anything to do with the shooting at all ………”

    Same is and was true for Charles Manson.

    • SterlingSilver says:

      “I’m only responsible for what I say, not for what you understand”

      • passinwiththewind says:

        I can see how lyrics in music can be linked to any type of violence. Rap/gangsta music is probably the worst case scenario in America. But, this doesn’t mean individuals that wrote or produced the stuff should be held accountable. Even if i don’t see the creative element, it is still linked to free speech and freedom of the press.

        I wonder what kind of music the evil bastards were listening to. that burned an innocent man alive. That is the true face of evil…..ISIS.

        • Anonymous says:

          Listening to this type of music is not about the words… its about the music and the FEELING behind the words… he is right… he is just painting a feeling of what happens in the Ghetto, etc.

          However, on one record he talks about the oppressors and about fighting back, and about bullets…. this will not go over well with the elites because they do not want anyone encouraging us to fight back! So of course, they would like to censor his music. “Protect the elites at all costs”– that’s what the U.S. government does best.

          • sixpack says:

            What will happen if this flies, is the same thing that always happens when we turn a blind eye to the govt singling out certain people for special treatment…eventually, it will EXPAND to encompass more victims. Eventually, it will get back to all of us.

            First, We sighed a sigh of relief when they all but genocided the American Indians, because we believed their land was ours, because the Natives were just savages anyway.

            Then, we turned a blind eye when they persecuted Japanese-American citizens, because we were mad after Pearl Harbor and wanted revenge.

            Then, we let them persecute the Black Panthers, because we didn’t like the group’s agenda, and that’s just one example.

            We allow them to persecute anyone who has ever broken a law in their life, because we don’t like criminals in general.

            Now, they’re after PATRIOTS, PREPPERS AND CHRISTIANS…

            How many times are we going to allow the govt to single out a group for special persecutions, before we fight back?

            You don’t have to like a person to recognize the fact that his rights are inextricably tied to yours.

            NO ONE IS EXEMPT.

            • Unreconstructed Southron says:

              Bet they’re not going after the people actually SELLING the music.

            • Maverick says:

              Sixpack, I had some difficulty trying to adopt a stand on this article after reading it and everyone’s comments, so I have to agree with your position. While I don’t have any use for rappers, gangsters, rap ‘music’, [I use that term loosely], the rapper does have the same right as all of us to speak his mind. This case deserves some of the closest scrutiny possible. What they’re tying to do to him could one day become one of us. We’re all equally vulnerable to being targeted and waged war against. I’ll continue doing what I’m doing and ANYONE who targets me better be ready for a fight and bring body bags with them…..FOR THEMSELVES.

            • fishandmud says:

              What will happen if this flies?

              For those gathering in churches and singing Gospel music. You are a member of one of the biggest gangs in the USA that don’t belive in evolution. You are an evil law breaker. Off to prison.

              For those that listen to Country music. You like the country and the woods. You must be an illegal prepper. Off to FEMA summer camp for you.

              You like the oldies. You are a member of the child of the 60’s group. You guessed it. Off to prison.

          • anon2 says:

            You are on the right track anon.

            It’s ALL a CORPORATE CONTRACT SCAM.

            Be careful, sign nothing.

            This is where Gangta rap came from. Manipulation.

            http://www.conspirazzi.com/tag/gangsta-rap/

        • WhoWuddaThunkIt says:

          See how EVOLUTION has occurred in Rap Music. From Good to bad.

          Hey PO’d Granny – DARWIN WAS RIGHT – NEW FINDING CONFIRM HIS THEORY OF EVOLUTION IS EXACTLY THAT. Read Article.

          ‘Oldest living thing’ on earth discovered and it may prove Charles Darwin’s Theory of Evolution
          Feb 3rd 2015 2:56PM
          http://www.aol.com/article/2015/02/03/the-oldest-living-organism-is-2-billion-years-old/21138644/

          Scientists have identified the oldest living species on Earth is a deep sea organism that hasn’t evolved in more than two billion years. And, it may prove Charles Darwin’s Theory of Evolution.

          Another Big Gaping Hole Shot into the Book of Bible Babble lies.

        • jaxx says:

          “I wonder what kind of music the evil bastards were listening to. that burned an innocent man alive.”

          Probably Air Supply, with occasional Billy Joel.

        • lonelonemum says:

          while this is going on those that incited the horrific murder of the Jordanian pilot (burnt alive in a cage) on twitter are free to crowd source their heinous plans for their next atrocity. No charges are being brought against these monsters. Nor are Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton & their other puppet spokesmen ever denied MSM air time.

          The NWO agenda continues uninterrupted funded by our tax monies. Resistance is futile is what we are supposed to learn from the example being made of this rapper.

          • Maverick says:

            Lonelonemum, resistance is NOT futile and we will all be forced into resistance. I much prefer to die standing up fighting as a man than to be on my knees as a bloody coward begging for mercy from some NWO scum.

        • Gonadz says:

          The were listening to the song “Apocalyptic Raids” by Hellhammer

      • Mountain Trekker says:

        Guess who has killed the most Gangsta Rappers? It sure ain’t been the Cops or the Jews! Trekker Out.

        • Alfred E. says:

          Yeah, but the Jews control the mass media and the music industry, and they DO have an agenda!

        • Mountain Trekker says:

          Yeah those poor old Gangsta Rappers. First TPTB killed Tupac Shakur then they killed Biggie Smalls and now they’re trying to convict Suge Knight of murder. Now,no wonder they’re after poor Tiny Doo, its a conspiracy. But at least Tiny Doo has a bunch of protectors on SHTF. Next they’ll be after the Reggae singers, then I’m gonna be ticked off. Trekker Out. Viva Bob Marley!

      • WhoWuddaThunkIt says:

        Didn;t have to use my AK,….It was a good day,….

        Ice Cube It was a good day

    • FreeSlave says:

      “… Then they came for the Jews, and I did not speak out – Because I was not a Jew.

      Then they came for me – and there was no one left to speak for me.”

      Martin Niemöller

      Hey Mac!

      Thanks for including this important quote from a World War 2 pastor in your blogpost today!

      • Absolutely – this is one that should be taught in grade school.

        • Who and what tribe was instrumental in deliberately financing, in its entirety, the hostile and corrupt Gangsta Rap music world, not only generating billions in the process but, at the same time, with the intent to methodically destroy the foundation of family values (since the mid-nineties) in America?

          Now THIS is a topic, the proverbial infamous elephant in the room (of denial), that should be taught in ALL schools.

          Unless, of course, this music, or rather , this noise of hatred and anger towards whites and women, is considered acceptable and should be embraced by the dumb down masses.

          • talon1776 says:

            First …they came for the Government Department Heads…
            But I wasn’t a GDH.,so I did not speak out
            Then they came for the liberal justices..
            But I wasn’t a liberal judge…so I did not speak out
            Then they came for local supporters of tyranny…
            But I did not support tyranny…so I did not speak out
            Then they came for the Congress..
            But I am in Congress…so I did not speak out
            Then they came for the Cabinet…
            But I am not in the Cabinet…so I did not speak out
            Then they came for the POTUS…
            But I am not the POTUS…so I did not speak out
            Finally when they came for me…
            And since I knew who they were…I did speak out

            Because all that was left were those who love Liberty and Freedom

            Live Free or Die…from the mountain to the prairie
            Talon1776

          • Pissed Off Granny says:

            EA:

            “In keeping silent about evil, in burying it so deep within us that no sign of it appears on the surface, we are implanting it, and it will rise up a thousand fold in the future.

            When we neither reproach evildoers we are not simply protecting their trivial old age….

            We are thereby ripping the foundation of justice from beneath new generations.”
            Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn

            • Pissed Off Granny says:

              EA:

              And what about the millions of Christians murdered by the takeover of Russia by Bolshevik Jews.

              Should that not be taught in grade school, also, or would that be “hate speech”?

              • When the masses, as a collective, are consciously ready to hear the truth, to “wake-up” to Reality, then, and only then, will our children be given an opportunity to find out that the history we boomers, generation x, millennials were fed (hook, line and sinker), was almost entirely fabricated fiction. Our present collective’s false pride is too massive to admit it has been duped, since conception; brainwashed to the Core.

                But some day, as more and more individuals learn how to Tame their Minds so as to “get over it”, the likely hood that certain historical facts, e.g. why and how millions of Christians were slaughtered by the demonic, Bolshevik Jews (whose agenda continues to this very day), will become common knowledge. But we are not ready for the present Collective to let go of it’s programming, quite yet. Still got to go deeper into the roots of Hell (culminating around 2020) before the leaves of the minds and hearts of the masses can handle the lofty heights of Heaven (Reality).

          • Smooth Criminal says:

            European American- The following individuals were/are the main financiers and those who made the most money off of “Gangsta Rap” (They ALL have an affiliation with a certain tribe):

            Jerry Heller-Ruthless Records
            Jimmy Lovine-Interscope
            Rick Rubin-Def Jam
            Lyor Cohen-Def Jam
            Doug Morris-Sony Music Corp.
            Edgar Berger-Sony Music Corp.
            Irving Azoff-Universal Music Group
            Edgar Bronfman Jr- Warner
            Clive Davis-Sony Music Corp.
            David Geffen-Geffen records
            Rob Stevenson-Universal
            Monte Lipman-Universal
            Avery Lipman-Universal
            Barry Weiss-RCA
            Jonathan Wolfson-Death Row Records
            Paul Rosenberg-Shady Records
            Lee Resnick-Tru Criminal Records

            Just a small sample. This list could easily be expanded upon, but it just illustrates how the subhuman kikes create this garbage.

          • WhoWuddaThunkIt says:

            Hey Kula – LEGAL & LEGISLATION – Check it out!!
            Hawaii: Committee Hearing Scheduled for Gun Bills
            Tomorrow, the Senate Public Safety, Intergovernmental and Military Affairs committee will be considering three gun bills; Senate Bill 955, Senate Bill 473 and Senate Bill 462 at 1:15 p.m. in Conference Room 229 of the State Capitol.

            Details:
            SUPPORT Senate Bill 955, introduced by Senator Sam Slom (R-9), provides protections for shooting range operators and individuals engaging in target-shooting, against burdensome retroactive regulations, lawsuits, and frivolous claims.

            SUPPORT Senate Bill 473, introduced by Senator Gilbert Keith-Agaran (D-5), would implement a state program to allow active and retired law enforcement officers to carry a concealed firearm, pursuant to the Law Enforcement Officers Safety Act.

            OPPOSE Senate Bill 462, introduced by Senator Gilbert Keith-Agaran (D-5), would require citizens denied a firearms permit to provide a sworn statement saying they have surrendered any firearms and ammunition in their possession. Under current Hawaii law, the county police “may” require individuals denied a permit to dispose of, or turn in, all firearms within thirty days of denial. This allows Hawaiians the opportunity to challenge any allegations which may be prohibiting them from receiving a firearms permit. SB 462 would change the law to say the county police “shall” collect all firearms and ammunition from individuals denied a permit, eliminating the necessary discretion currently available in cases where an individual needs the opportunity to show a disability does not exist, particularly as it pertains to medical records. This bill will not improve public safety; instead it will create additional hurdles for law abiding gun owners.

            Call your Congress person.

        • John Q. Public says:

          an excellent summary: Auschwitz: Myths and Facts
          by Mark Weber
          http://www.ihr.org/leaflets/auschwitz.shtml

          … At one time it was seriously claimed that at Auschwitz Jews were systematically killed with electricity. American newspapers in February 1945, citing a Soviet eyewitness report from the recently-liberated camp, told readers that the methodical Germans had killed Jews there using an “electric conveyor belt on which hundreds of persons could be electrocuted simultaneously [and] then moved on into furnaces. They were burned almost instantly, producing fertilizer for nearby cabbage fields.” At the Nuremberg Tribunal, chief US prosecutor Robert Jackson charged that the Germans had used a “newly invented” device to instantaneously “vaporize” 20,000 Jews near Auschwitz “in such a way that there was no trace left of them….”

          etc.

        • Justice says:

          Mac, my parents taught me that quote when I was growing up and I will always remember it. I have always tried to live it as well. But now I’m old and afraid. That’s not easy to say but it’s the truth. I have watched the destruction of the Constitution and our God given rights and done nothing but watch. Everyone on this site knows where this is going yet I will not step in front of this train.

          History clearly shows what happens when you fight the powers that be (the American Indians as just one example). People point to the American Revolution as an example of successfully standing up, but it was no time until it was corrupted again. Example imposition of a central bank. Andrew Jackson killed it again and it comes back.

          This is just my opinion, but absent God, the Human race (human nature) has never changed and is doomed to destroy itself and nothin little old me can do to stop it! Period!

          In a world of lies telling the truth becomes a revolutionary act!

      • Anonymous says:

        Commies red thumbed you, FS

      • Sportin' says:

        Commies red thumbed you, FS. Don’t worry about it as there are a lot of commies on this site, commies everywhere.

        • Richard Head says:

          @sportin

          yes I’m sure there are commies here and everywere else too. Me myself tho I’ll red thumb any post that whines about red thumbs. I mean hell far…they’re there for a reason, If you got a bunch it’s because lot of people didn’t like what you said….Duh… of course except for that time when nsa or whoever hacked the thumb thing a few weeks ago

      • Anonymous says:

        THIS IS JUST UNBELIEVABLE!!! If they really do try to prosecute him, it is just really unbelievable!!! They will come for anyone else who speaks out, if they get by with prosecuting this guy!!! So get ready!

        • Serenabit says:

          Where is the outrage from the San Diego tax payers that have their taxes go to pay for this unconstitutional prosecution? That’s how I would fight this battle. We pay far too much in taxes as it is and they choose who they prosecute and who they let plea to a lesser charge. While I don’t like “gangsta rap” in any form, freedom of speech is an unalienable right granted by the creator and guaranteed to all American’s through the Constitution.

    • SterlingSilver says:

      Apparently, the writers and producers of “Sons of Anarchy” should be indicted and prosecuted as well for benefiting off a TV entertainment series that showcased the life of criminal biker gangs. Isn’t this the same thing?

      • The CNN producers and anchor should have the book thrown at them as well for giving this guy airtime and promoting gang activity . They even let the guy plug the song web site. A terroristic act of I ever saw one!

        • Kulafarmer says:

          Do as i say not as i do

          One more inch taken

          • WhoWuddaThunkIt says:

            Here is the 1st official Rap Song-

            The Sugar Hill Gang performs Rappers Delight on Soul Train. 5/16/1981.

            • Anonymous says:

              that is really cool, whothinkit… unfortunately, they don’t play good music like that anymore,.

              • eppe says:

                Lou Reed, the original wrapper…

                ht tps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t1Am45JrwQ4

              • WhoWuddaThunkIt says:

                There is some debate of the first Rap song. Some say Blondie’s song ‘Rapture’ the first rap song.

                As mentioned by other posters, Fab Five Freddy (the Message) and the Sugar Hill Gang (Rapper’s Delight) were probably the first Rap songs on vinyl.

                However, “Rapture” was the first rap song that made it to the radio and popular play. It was the first rap song that I ever heard. I still remember it well. It was about 1980 and I was in a bar in Cincinnati, Ohio. “Rapture” came on the speakers and I was entranced. I was not a huge Bondie fan by any means, but that song was different and very cool at the time. Later, I saw the video on MTV back when MTV was still MTV. By today’s standards, the video is extremely lame, but back then it was pretty cool.

                • WhoWuddaThunkIt says:

                  Who was the first white rapper? Again, Debbiey Harry Blondie

                  Technically an artist named debbie harry from a band called blondie who peformed a song titled “the rapture” back in 1981 she was the first person to rap on a music video ever. a krs one song had the song sampled and it was titled step into a world (raptures delight).

                  Enjoy the Music, Crank it up!! Boy does this bring back memories.

                  Blondie – Rapture

            • CHOPULIN COLORADO says:

              Try Johny Cash ‘A Boy Named Sue’! Thats the first rap song ever recorded!

            • Kulafarmer says:

              Now THAT brings back some memories,,,,

            • Archivist says:

              Actually, it goes back to at least the 1920s and what was then called “talking blues.” The most famous exponent of talking blues in the 1930s was Woody Guthrie.

              Here’s an example from 1926:

              ht tps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aPrnbGm7jas

              It is “Talking Blues” by Chris Bouchillon on Columbia Records in their country 15000-D series. This is another of those items that many people assume Woody Guthrie wrote, just because he also recorded it and no had heard it before.

              The first time I heard the word “rapper” was in the song “The Rapper” by the Jaggerz in 1970.

              I have the Woody Guthrie talking blues songs on an ancient 8-track tape and the Jaggerz song on a 45.

        • yourmotherwaswrong says:

          Mac Slavo says:

          “They [CNN] even let the guy plug the song web site. A terroristic act of I ever saw one!”

          Hey Slavo: So now words/songs are “terroristic acts?”

          “Then they came for me, and there was no one left to speak for me.”

    • Anonymous says:

      So basically, we no longer have free speech! You can go to prison for just exercising your Constitutional right of free speech…

      This article should be plastered all over the place, especially at music stores to let people see what is taking place. Unfortunately, half the people in the US are not even aware of what the Constitution says!

      • The Old Coach says:

        Is this a free speech issue, or is this guy in a conspiracy that has resulted in crimes up to and including murder? Before, during or after the fact, a conspirator in murder can in many jurisdictions be charged the same as the trigger-man.

    • Anonymous says:

      Man, things are getting scarier and scarier! Look at King World News and/or Paul Craig Roberts website and see what’s happening in world events (WW3)…

      And on this website, we see the elites putting the Police State into effect more and more effectively. It seems we really are on the eve of destruction.

    • Tyler Durdan says:

      If he did not commit there crimes, he no doubt, committed a hundred others that are just as bad. 25 to life is fine by me.

    • ChickenTwerk says:

      although i hate (C)Rap, i approve of its methods. rapper vs rapper usually results in a few sub-human exterminations between their affiliated gang member garbage.

      i can live with that.

      my fave is crips vs bloods, they do us a great service at killing each other…

      here’s to hoping their limited mongrel intelligence never develops further than a poo-flinging monkey’s brain.

    • Acid Etch says:

      ISIS burned a military pilot alive.

      Who created armed and funded ISIS to destabilize Syria?

      The CIA of course.

      As usual, our puppet turned the weapons we supplied against us.

      When will fucking morons ever learn?

      Is ISIS evil? Yes.

      Do we need to deport Muslims? Yes.

      Is burning a man a war crime? Meh. All’s fair in war.

      Is it horrible? Yes.

      Is it discouraging to other shillitary officers? Yep.

      You fucking pigs in Jew York with your machine guns better stay the fuck away from my little patch of land.

      You fucking pig terrorist vermin.

    • 0352 says:

      You conveniently overlook the fact that Charles Manson gave the killers their marching orders, thus conspiring to commit murder.

    • Lumpy says:

      And no one said your marxist, gay president caused the riots if Ferguson, MO–but he did…

  2. Satori says:

    clearly a free speech issue
    and clearly a case of prosecutorial misconduct

    a big waste of tax payer money

    big banks have profited handsomely off of illicit drug money
    generated by gangs
    and they are NEVER criminally prosecuted

  3. SpudWeb says:

    Free speech Died when they started putting up “1st amendment areas” and sheeple tolerated it…….

    • Kfilly says:

      Screw this. I don’t like this kind of music, but this is supposedly protected by the First Amendment. I have seen a few racist comments here, but this is the type of thing Patriots should rally behind to get minorities to back the cause. People should be protesting this court case, and his imprisonment. United we stand, divided we fall. TPTB want us divided so that they can easily conquer us.

      • slingshot says:

        Ffilly.

        You mean Whitey and not Patriots. Really. They do not even know what the cause is. The cause to them is free housing, free money, free food, free medical, free schooling. Most minorities will talk about slavery more than freedom and how oppressed they are and how life is so unfair. They need to know more than their “Miranda Rights”.

        • oicu812 says:

          Yep, you are so right.

          They will never change. There are segments of black society that made the change and became productive members to society. There are many that are ashamed by what their blood brothers and sisters do.
          There are many that are trying to do something to change the mindset, by becoming educated.

          But there are too many that have the entitlement ideology ingrained by their very laziness and stupidity.
          They are the reason many in the earlier years of slavery saw a need for sterilization practices in some.

          If given the opportunity, most would become nothing but takers and users. We see that times 100,000 today. It is a way of life. Even if there were more jobs it wouldn’t change, because they don’t care about improving life, they just want to keep the jungle mentality of fucking anything with a va-jay-jay, and letting their mommas keep them fed.

          When there was jobs in the seventies and eighties, they wouldn’t work, so the mexicans came in to do it. The spiral continues.

          • Anonymous says:

            THIS IS WHY THE GOVERNMENT IS COMING FOR THE BLACKS FIRST– they know they can get away with it because of stupidity like on this board– PEOPLE WHO DON’T SEE AND BECOME OUTRAGED, BUT RATHER PUT DOWN THIS PERSON BECAUSE OF HIS COLOR.

            I’m sure A LOT of people felt the same way about the Jews– “let the government put them in prison, they aren’t real people anyhow”!

            And next when they came for the gypsies, most people were quite willing to let them be incarcerated as well– “fu– gypsies”!

            And finally, they came for the stupid idiots who didn’t have the brains to stand up for their fellow citizens. You get what you deserve, imbeciles!

            • slingshot says:

              Anon.

              Like they are going to stand up for me. Remember to them, I’m just a Dumb Ass Cracker.

              • Smooth Criminal says:

                Exactly slingshot. The African plague would like nothing more than to take what us Whites have EARNED. I personally hope they take out the blacks first, one less problem to death with when the people actually take this country back. blacks cannot function in this society and are definitely a dreg on our country.

        • Kfilly says:

          You should reread the poem at the end of the article again. The one by Martin Niemoller that is highlighted. You say that they don’t know the cause. That’s true. Most Amerikans don’t know the cause. Maybe, that is how people come together. It sure beats letting history rhyme. What other ideas do you have?

      • rednek101 says:

        “What I wouldn’t do to have a meal, load the HK, pick a target, put it in his grill.” This is inciting violence. Plain and simple. The “Cop Killer” rap that was in the news several years back did the same thing. Inciting violence. This has been allowed to fester for years. People become like the environment they exist in.
        Rapers have been spewing this poison on their own people. Their people eat this stuff up and try to live the life. RAP is poison and needs to be toned down at the least.
        If I were to threaten the POTUS I would go to jail. No first amendment issues for me to argue. I would be inciting violence. Why should we protect Rapers? Their “message” infects tens of thousands who go forth and commit crimes etc….all to sell more CDs.
        We are finally getting someone who has the stones to stand up against this. Give the fellow life. Make him an example. Maybe the rest of his Raper bunch will get the message.

        Yes I know how to spell rapper.

        • Acid Etch says:

          Fuck you little shit

        • MXLord327 says:

          Not sure if I totally agree with you rednek101. How many times on this site have you seen someone write that they want to kill all the joooos or hang politicians from lamp posts? No different. I totally disagree with what this loser is rapping, but totally support his right to say it. I wouldn’t want to be arrested because I green-thumbed someone on this site who wanted to hang libtard politicians!!!

          • rednek101 says:

            I’m looking at the whole picture. Not one facet of the interpretation of the first amendment. If you have people inciting violence, there need to be limits set. A line in the sand. Rappers for the most part promote the gangsta life. Crime, drugs on and on. How many people have been hurt by gangsters? How many less gangsters would we have if we didn’t have Rap? There’s a price to pay for freedom. We simply need to figure out what it is. Our gangster on trial will set some precedent.

            • Anonymous says:

              And what will you say when that precedent extends the same punishment for hillbillies who shoot their mouths off about shooting anyone who tries to confiscate their guns?

              • rednek101 says:

                Right now as the law stands, guns will not be confiscated. Me personally, I would never make such a threat. Someone who would however, exposes themselves as being a bit over the edge to certain gov types. There’s a lot of crap in the pipe in this country. I hope we never get to the point where confiscation would happen.

                BTW I lost all of my weapons in a boating accident over the Marianna Trench. All I got right now is a BB gun and a nice sling shot. I think the BB gun is inop unfortunately. 😉

    • Maverick says:

      SpudWeb, free speech is NOT dead. The entire nation is a “1st amendment area”. My rights come from GOD, NOT any manmade government and are NOT negotiable.

  4. Always reading says:

    Please look up and read anything by authors eustace Mullins, Des griffin, or Deanna spingola

    • Anonymous says:

      …and by author, Naomi Wolfe. Her books include, “Give Me Liberty” and “Letters to a Young Patriot”. these are real thin books, easy to read and should be mandatory for every citizen in the United States!!

  5. George Washington says:

    Being California I am not surprised. The guy should simply leave the state.

  6. NewVegasBadger says:

    Up front, I dispise rap music, the inner city black culture and guys like him. Period. BUT, He needs to be defended. Once they give him his 25 to life, it is ONLY a matter of time before the evil PTB, come after you and me. I’d call it a 100% certainty. There so many laws on the books, they can find some thing to hang felony offense on. And as sure as the sunrise, they WILL find you guilty. Concern for explicit lyrics; that train left the station a long time ago. I’d call it hypocrisy, when then evening TV shows allows words on prime time, then never would have been permitted back the days when I was a kid and young teen (60’s).
    Time for the real; I disagree with what you say, but I will defend your right to say it.

  7. Angry Old White Guy says:

    Sounds like the homey needs our help.

  8. slingshot says:

    New Tablet commercial song by, 2NE1

    http://youtu.be/j7_lSP8Vc3o

    The ending is petty cool. Better than Gangsta Wrap.

  9. Valhalla says:

    I’m sure his “music” is just awful, and while I will never complain about 1 less rapper in the world, government should not be threatening imprisonment for speech…..period. They need to be reminded of their boundaries often, or we won’t have any rights. 1St, 2nd and 4th seem to be constantly under attack.

    • Kulafarmer says:

      Those in charge definitely dont want us to have anything to say, and they sure as hell dont want ust to be in a position to give em a run for their money, they also want to be able to assure we cant do either

  10. Sgt. Dale says:

    He has a right to say and sing (if you call it that) what he wants. Now if you keep saying this crap over and over again, some weak minded person might just follow throw with it. Like they did. This rapper is responsible for what he said. You can’t yell fire in a crowed building. When start telling people it is ok to murder rape, call women bitches, cunts, whores, and degrade them and telling the they are a piece of SHIT like his rap does.

    Every other word is the F bomb. This is nothing more that a gang anthem pushing its ideas that another gang are nothing more than something to be used as target practice.

    I see that our moral standard have slipped.
    Can you imagine selling a record in the 70’s or 80’s with the F&^K in it, calling a woman a slut, bitch ECT.

    What is wrong with our Country?
    Sgt.

    • OutWest says:

      The Country is fine Sgt.
      It just needs to be deloused.

    • slingshot says:

      SGT. Dale.

      That is the Culture they embrace and will never leave it.

      • Anonymous says:

        This isn’t about culture, you idiot! This is about THEM COMING FOR US!!!

        Most people were quite willing for the Jews to be carried off by the Gestapo because they didn’t like the Jews! And when the gypsies were carried off, they likewise didn’t give a crap!

        That is how Police States works: little by little they encroach on your liberties so as not to offend anyone… little by little they boil the frog so as not to upset the frog. And little by little, they take from us until they have us by the (You know– your private parts)!

        THEY WILL COME FOR YOU TOO, MAKE NO MISTAKE ABOUT IT– IF WE LET THEM GET AWAY WITH THIS!!

    • Sportin' says:

      Holmes started that “fire” bs and you controllers like the concept. Can’t do this, can’t do that, pretty soon can’t do anything, like now. The Constitution is “just a piece of paper” said Bush. A-wipe, says many LEOs.
      “Show me your papers,” say you LEOs, from behind your face mask and jackboots.
      Yeah, I’m a troll, I hate commies and other POS and a lot of you, here, like control as long as you do the controlling.

    • TheGuy says:

      My apologies in advance to any women from the Midwest or the East coast.

      But this is Cali we are talking about here.

      If the sh*t fits, wear it I say.

      Now I ain’t sayin’ she a gold digger…
      But she ain’t hangin with no broke %&$##s…

      And yes, this is beyond patently absurd. The court case I mean.

    • Kulafarmer says:

      Sarge,,,
      One look at the picture and i already didnt care,,,,
      Dude is one ugly, stupid lookin POS

  11. too late you can be put in jail and people have been saying something antisemitic eg denying the number holohoax victims so called hate speech against blacks ect unlike some black guy advocating kiliing cops whites doing drugs ect

  12. Angry Old White Guy says:

    Rap is a music, my interest does lack,
    but you come for my country, you gonna get smacked.

    His name is Brandon Duncan, but they call him, Tiny Doo,
    but if CA has it’s way, they’ll just call him, Screwed.

  13. Hoody says:

    hmmm wasn’t there some French paper that printed Muslim cartoons and got hit cause “someone” didn’t like it? and didn’t the whole world stand up for “freedom” of speech? I guess I must have mis understood what that was about. I guess it all depends on who’s speech is considered free.

    Kinda like all this crap over the 2nd amendment, yet everybody that comes to “help” carries a full rock-n-roll “assault” weapon, smirk

    • The Old Coach says:

      Which Charlie Hebdo cartoon advocated in obscene language rape, pillage, or murder? Remind me. Even CNN missed that part. Links, please?

    • Hammer's Thor says:

      A few showed up at the Bundy ranch, methinks. All hope is not lost.

    • rednek101 says:

      Hoody
      Hmmmm….Your comparing apples to oranges. Hebdo parses out political satire. RAP incites criminal behavior, hate whitey, hate cops, deal drugs on and on… The buzz phrase here is “hate filled rhetoric”. Comparing RAP with Hebdo?? No they aren’t the same on any level.
      Have your heard the lated RAP song…STFU?

  14. How ’bout featuring some flags whipping in the wind and some slow flying eagles and instead, promise that you can “see the world”.

    Would that type of lyric and visual be permitted to get people to join up to kill?

  15. Confederate says:

    The way things are going, we’ll be lucky to have a year or a year and a half left.

  16. I miss America says:

    So the logical leap I take from this is that if Tiny Doo(doo?) can’t “sing” about this, then no one should be allowed to photograph anything related to the crimes, or for that matter, write about the crimes. Looks like everyone here should stay out of San Diego county.

  17. Jim in Va. says:

    Words matter. We are being beaten down one word at a time. Its ok for the government to misuse them but not us. I’m sure the words Tiny used are on the list NSA use to pick through what they think is harmful.

  18. grossyi says:

    We either have free speech guaranteed by the first ammendment or we don’t. There is no inbetween. And yes, that includes shouting fire in a movie theater or saying bomb at an airport. If “free” speech is conditional so are any other “rights” enshrined in our Constitution. You can not have it both ways. I’ll side with dangerous freedom…

    • Kulafarmer says:

      Agreed, sorta like the NRA negotiating infringements on right to bear arms,,,,
      The NRA and the politicians can stuff it, negotiate all you want with either a 69grain or 175 grain SMK, just let me know if you want it ultrasonic, trans sonic or sub sonic, either way the negotiating was done when those gents signed and ratified the bill of rights, it isnt called the bill of desires

      • Kevin2 says:

        The NRA functions in the real political world. They are the most effective grassroots political organization in the US. The body politic would have been disarmed long ago if the NRA ILA did not exist.

        Bless Neal Knox, RIP buddy.

        • The Old Coach says:

          Today’s NRA is best at coming in after the fact and claiming credit for what someone else did. Yeah, I guess that’s the real world of politics, all right.

          Dittos on Neal, though.

          p.s. those NRA weenies just sent me a “renew your membership” solicitation. Funny, I thought I paid for a five year membership (in a weak moment) right after Obomo got re-elected. Not the first time they’ve tried this scam, either. When I was year-to-year, I’d start getting renewal notices at about month #3.

          Like all politicians, they think about money for themselves first, last, and always. My money goes elsewhere these days. Maybe to Dutchman6 this month?

          • Kevin2 says:

            The ability of the NRA ILA to get votes for and against politicians from State through Federal is unmatched by any other grass roots organization in the US. That is the muscle. No other pro gun group comes close.

            Sometimes they retreat, reorganize only to come back another day. The best example of that was the addition of the 10 year twilight in the 1994 Clinton Semi Auto “ban” and restrictions on new high cap magazines.

            GOA is better on the legal front.

            I was fortunate to have known Neal and another great man Aaron Zelman may he be known for good of JPFO. They’re both passed.

    • Pissed Off Granny says:

      Great post Sixpack…..

    • Maverick says:

      Grossyi, I’m right there with you.

  19. Satori says:

    uh oh
    sh_t gettin’ real

    all eyes on Greece

    ECB Pulls The Trigger: Blocks Funding To Greece – Full Statement

    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-02-04/ecb-pulls-trigger-blocks-funding-greece

  20. Dyna Chrome says:

    They could find a reason to arrest Ted Nugent for his columns, if he visits kali-fornia.

  21. “It is not clear how Tiny Doo has benefited from the lyrics”

    How about his satisfaction knowing he’s spreading his infection by programming both blacks and whites in the art of…

    ” “pimping” and walking and dressing and talking and emulating “Gangsta” and “Hip Hop” and “Rap” inner-city CULTURE and its icons and overlords, and that includes the drugs, the demeaning of women and an attitude of self-destruction disrespect for authority and aggrandizement of ignorance and personal failure otherwise utterly foreign to the suburban white communities, so it’s no leap of rationale to realize what its doing to the black community. The culture of rap/hip hop is a culture of apathy, spawned by the welfare state, and like a sexually transmitted disease, it’s spreading itself and infecting others in different strata. There’s nothing redeeming about it, nothing artistically unique or worthy. Its gutter trash and it makes people into gutter trash. It’s not a fad, or a phase. It’s a disease, or better yet, the symptom of a disease.”

  22. marlene says:

    Yes, I do feel like crying for this poor victim of something he didn’t even know was crime! I’ve heard lyrics that are far worse and the lyrics of the rappers that entertain obama are even worse. Just who had the power to scapegoat him. If he’s guilty and given a sentence reserved for rapists and murderers, why aren’t all the gangsta rappers treated the same way? SOMEBODY needs to review his cased and hold the headhunters responsible. THE PUNISHMENT MUST FIT THE CRIME. By everything stretch of reasoning, this sentence is obviously and maliciously excessive. Why can’t he appeal the sentence?

  23. Kevin2 says:

    Speech that is not controversial needs no protecting.

    This is a very slippery slope.

  24. Herr Oberst says:

    FLUNK gangsta Rappers, they should all be in jail just for being degenerate pieces of FILTH!

  25. Brer says:

    Tiny Doo = Little Shit. How appropriate can you get?

  26. Northern Reb says:

    I will be the first to say this guy has a right under the first amendment to freedom of speech.Jail time for music (so called music). This is plan out sensorship, and a violation of his 1st amendment rights. What is next gospel music? I will be in the cell next to him because I have have sung about the death and putting on armor and marching off to war.
    I will also so say I DON’T LIKE GANGSTA RAP OR ANY RAP MUSIC…I don’t like opra were they sing in latin I think about murders, blood feuds and killings. Are they going to band that also???
    S.T.S.F.P. N.R. N.S. N.Reb

  27. GenEarly says:

    “Blacks” are being used as the “useful idiots” for the ProgreSSives. Blacks are easily excited to demonstrate, riot, or violence. They have established, armed drug gangs, but usually only kill their rivals or dishonest thieving members of their own gang. The Ferals use agent provocateurs on and infiltrate all “fringe” groups from TP to Black Muslims.
    By eliminating freedom of speech with less acceptable” groups legal precedent is established and then expanded to anyone who may dissent.
    How many people really think this is “their’ country? “Their” polezi? “Their” gov?

    • MXLord327 says:

      Great post! I can see through the PTB’s long game here. Use the moron inner city blacks (useful idiots) to incite violence, arrest, prosecute, and jail them, then use that to set a precedent to pass more restrictive laws that will affect ALL of us. Too bad these dimwits don’t see that they are being used as pawns in a much bigger end game, but that would take an IQ over 50.

      • GenEarly says:

        Yep, it’s easy to see the “Blacks” as dimwits because many are and easily controlled by the PTB, but what the PTB really “need” is the White majority backlash at the Blacks to institute their “Law&Order” with nationalized police and then the sucker punch will be all too obvious and too late.
        The PTB play “chess” while way too many in the prepper/liberty movement play “checkers”. “Throwing out the baby with the bathwater”, imo.

  28. Freedom of speech in the United States is protected by the First Amendment to the United States Constitution and by many state constitutions and state and federal laws. The freedom of speech is not absolute; the Supreme Court of the United States has recognized several categories of speech that are excluded from the freedom, and it has recognized that governments may enact reasonable time, place, or manner restrictions on speech.

    Criticism of the government and advocacy of unpopular ideas that people may find distasteful or against public policy are almost always permitted. There are exceptions to these general protections, including the Miller test for obscenity, child pornography laws, speech that incites imminent lawless action, and regulation of commercial speech such as advertising. Within these limited areas, other limitations on free speech balance rights to free speech and other rights, such as rights for authors over their works (copyright), protection from imminent or potential violence against particular persons (restrictions on fighting words), or the use of untruths to harm others (slander). Distinctions are often made between speech and other acts which may have symbolic significance.

    Despite the exceptions, the legal protections of the First Amendment are some of the broadest of any industrialized nation, and remain a critical, and occasionally controversial, component of American jurisprudence.

  29. Jimmy says:

    AWESOME LAW!!! NO MORE GANGS!! That means no more Democrat gangs!!! No more Republican gangs!!! No more Bilderberg gangs!! No more police gangs!!! No more wealth gangs!!! No more Hollywood gangs!!! No more English pedophile gangs!! No more NSA gangs!!!! NO MORE TSA GANGS!!! YEAH!!! LETS GET RID OF ALL OF THE GANGS!!

    But sadly, none of that will happen because the fact is… The whole world is nothing but gangs, secret clubs, secret societies, people with the “in side track”… the world is mostly made of gangs.

    The whole idea of putting this man in prison for being in a gang goes against most of the rules in this world.

    For the record I am not in gang, I am an independent, and I have seen what it has gotten me and that is NOT MUCH(but a clear conscience) but… I if I had to do it all over again I think I would join a gang, at a young age, and gotten a lot further in life.

  30. slingshot says:

    Here we are in a country with all these rights and what have we done.

    WE ABUSED THEM!

    For Money. For Prestige. For Power.

    So now we swirl around in a big tub of shit trying to climb out of it.

    We have destroy our rights with BULLSHIT Lawsuits.
    Lawsuits that were to defend our rights but only opened the door to more deviant behavior. Setting precedence so there is more moral destruction of our rights in the future. Maybe Moral is not so moral after all by definition of Law.

  31. Imafreedomfighter says:

    Why aren’t movie makers being prosecuted, visual and audio message???

    Why isn’t Obama being prosecuted, everytime he uses the word ‘gun’ within 24 hours theres a shooting-death????

  32. Archivist says:

    Did anyone see the story on Drudge about King Abdullah of Jordan and the House meeting? He was angry about ISIS burning the pilot alive. Jordan killed a couple of captives as revenge and may be starting major military actions. The king was said to have quoted a Clint Eastwood movie at the meeting. They won’t release the quote, but it was hinted at. It was probably the following:

    “Any man I see out there, I’m gonna kill him. Any son of a bitch takes a shot at me, I’m not only going to kill him, I’m going to kill his wife and all his friends and burn his damn house down.”

    I think King Abdullah might be serious.

  33. TEST says:

    Yes, the radical homosexual Brownshirt Nazis are, in fact, coming for your business.… and in time, it will be everyone else. Here’s a short list of owners of small businesses like Sweet Cakes by Melissa, Arlene’s Flowers, Simply Elegant Wedding Planning, Hands On Originals – all sued by radical homosexual Brownshirts who insist that their version of reality is the only one, and all other must be punished who disgree.

    We are all nothing more than tools of the government to think and believe as the state sees fit. If they refuse, as Aaron and Melissa have done at Sweet Cakes by Melissa have done (and now may be punished by fines up to $200,000), Oregon is threatening to bring the full weight of the government to bear.

    If only it were just Oregon! But, as Betty and Richard Odgaard just found out, the fierce tide of intolerance is at the door of every Christian business owner in America. Last Wednesday, the long-time owners of a church-building-turned-bistro made the sad announcement that they would no longer be hosting weddings at the scenic site after settling a same-sex “wedding” dispute. The Odgaards, a Mennonite family, were hauled before a civil rights commission for deciding not to host a homosexual ceremony because of their religious beliefs. So the government gave them an ultimatum: conform or pay crippling fines. It was a difficult decision for the family, which hosted as many as 15 to 20 weddings a year at the Görtz Haus. But ultimately, something had to give — and that something wasn’t going to be their beliefs. “Our faith hasn’t changed,” Betty told reporters.

    Where are all of those writers who insist that conservatives “can’t even convincingly demonstrate that anyone is hurt in any way by a gay wedding?” Still denying reality no doubt.

    Radical gays… the REAL H8TERS, and anti-freedom types.

    • MXLord327 says:

      Disgusting!!! But go look at those homo’s cars, and they all have stickers that say Coexist, or Tolerance. Yes, Coexist or Tolerance, but only to our way of thinking. Jail or Death if you disagree. Bunch of effin’ hypocrites!!!!

  34. TEST says:

    More stupidity. The American Federation of Teachers has endorsed a transgender advocacy campaign asserting men should be permitted in women’s restrooms, and vice versa. The public policy position taken by AFT, America’s second-largest teachers union, could have major implications for school children across the country.

    “You deserve to be able to use the gender-based facilities of your choice,” states the Healthcare Bill of Rights, a project of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender group LGBT HealthLink. A copy of the Healthcare Bill of Rights bearing AFT’s logo is posted on the LGBT HealthLink website. According to AFT and LGBT HealthLink, it may be illegal for hospitals and other health-care providers to refuse a man access to a women’s restroom if he identifies himself as female…

    Full, distorted story at http://humanevents.com/2015/02/04/does-this-teachers-union-want-boys-in-girls-restrooms/?utm_source=hedaily&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=nl It is exactly garbage like this why I got out of education shortly after doing an undergrad degree in the field.

  35. swinging richard says:

    I guess rights and freedom of speech trumps manners and decorum.

  36. Asshat says:

    These gangsta guys are just trying intimidate the white folks. They are a common phenomena these days. Us white people don’t operate like them. We have the mafia these guys will put one in ya while they are smiling and laughing with you. Just like the goodfellas. If I was to join a gang it would be the Aryan brotherhood I’m proud to be white and I beleive racial purity is important. I don’t care if people thumb me down whatever they don’t pay my bills. There is no racism in white pride people. It’s no crime. I’m sick of people who can have their ethnic values out for all to see but white folks have a confederate flag or a iron cross shown they are a racist fuck .

    • MXLord327 says:

      What is happening to the white race around the world is nothing short of genocide, and a lot of whites are not only allowing it, they are encouraging it!!!

    • I’m sick of it too, however, please separate your emotional attachment to the anti-black, racist routine and realize that his rights are the same as yours and if they can “clamp down” on his they can clamp down (and indeed have) on yours. Support him and (maybe) he’ll support you.

      Rights are rights. I don’t care what color your skin is, the rights you have are the same as mine and saying its OK for one and not the other is racist IN THE EXTREME. This *IS* what the system is saying. Equal protection under the law, I say. No, not the law (color of law), The Supreme Law Of The Land – The Constitution for the United State. Tiny Doo’s rights as much as my rights.

      Hey Oathkeepers, you going to stand by your oath today or break it like you do 100s of other times?

  37. csaaphill says:

    fricking scary what their throwing peoplein jail for!

    I remember Ice T back in the 90’s had a album called Cop killer, so why arent’ they after him? H’es an actor not too been on Law and order of all shows!

  38. Here is a good youtube vid on it:

    {h}ttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uiGfunITxaE

    Remove the brackets…

    This isn’t new. Its from back in November of 2014.

  39. A thought criminal says:

    To those commenting on here about blacks or “rappers” not caring about freedom; I’ve found that there’s more rappers rapping about what is going on; Payday Monsanto; Chris Geo; Paris; Trillion, Vinnie Paz and even Ice Cube that sing about what is going on than I do rock or country groups. I wish there was more music out there.