Rap Video Shows Father Teaching Black Son To Hang A White Kid


And You Wonder Why The Alt-Right Marched With Torches?

A rapper that goes by the name of ‘XXXTentacion‘ released a video today entitled ‘Look at me.’  The video depicts a black child with his father next to a noose, with a white child on the other side.  The video then moves on to show the black man teaching his son to hang the white child with the noose.  The white child is then hung up high into the air by the neck. The rap ‘artist’ has almost 700,000 followers on Facebook.

Anti-white rhetoric like monthly ‘white privilege’ seminars in Santa Monica, Marxist professors on a daily basis telling white students that they should quit their jobs and professors telling white students that we must abolish whiteness is nothing new.  It has been festering in our society and schools for a long while now. Meanwhile the mainstream media can’t figure out why we saw 2,000 members of the alt-right march with torches in Charlottesville?  The clueless still wonder why the Alt-Right is the fastest growing movement not only in America but Europe as well?

Well look no further than those MTV videos entitled “dear white people” to modern rap music.  Cultural marxism is now the curriculum in 95% of American universities, brainwashing students into believing that the new-age proletariats are white people, and especially white males.

Here is the most outrageous recent anti-white propaganda….

Have you laughed at someone recently for saying the words ‘white genocide?’ Well according to Geneva Conventions what’s happening now with the cultural marxist curriculum in our schools that teach people to hate white people, is considered white genocide.  Whites are now dying more than being born in 17 states, this is up from 10 years ago when it was only 4 states.  Generation Z is the last generation that will be a white majority in our country, and by 2055, whites will be the minority by a wide margin.

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Rap Video Shows Father Teaching Black Son To Hang A White Kid

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