Wednesday, December 10, 2014

America's Liberal Media Declares Beyonce and Jay Z America's Royalty


Hip couple cross court to visit UK Royalty William and Kate

William and Kate of the UK are in NYC on their first visit to raise money for the many charitable causes served by the members of the British monarchy.  While here they took in a NBA game which was hijacked by unscrupulous jerks and made into a photo op to glorify the greed of our music industry.

Without an invitation from the royal couple, the massive egos of the darlings of bad boy bad girl record sales led to a media frenzy staged and manipulated to perfection.  Between the third and fourth quarter of the game, Jay Z and Beyonce, the ex-drug dealer and ex-choir girl strolled across the basketball court and into the faces of William and Kate for a pleasant chat, surrounded by news media.

Who can blame them for wanting to steal a photo op with legitimate royalty as if it might rub off on our own media royalty.  However, protocol rules royalty, and what they did was a violation of all respectable behavior.

Of course, the media magnified the act by the pre-arranged media coverage of the meeting, and then further acerbated it by the media headlines of royalty meeting royalty.  Queen Elizabeth must have been back at the castle gasping for breath.          

Now long ago I assumed I lived in the world's greatest democracy only to find out from the left leaning media that we have our own Royalty and contrary to popular thought, it is not Barack and Michelle Obama, unless you consider them the old guard.

As a person whose ancestors were in Scotland and England, I do not think I need our news media declaring our Royalty to be Beyonce and Jay Z.  Monarchies are a legitimate choice of the people of any nation if they exist, and most certainly not declared by liberal media.

A legitimate monarchy serves the people for centuries, like the UK monarchy, who devote lifetimes and millions of dollars to causes to serve all their subjects.  They even give their lives as pubic figures like Princess Diana, mother of William.

We decided 238 years ago we did not want a monarchy here, though we also respect the right of any other nation to have one.  Because of our history, we have always been close to the British monarchs and fascinated with the royalty.

It is an insult that our media has the audacity and stupidity to declare an odd couple like Beyonce and Jay Z, our royalty, and then push them into the media spotlight with the real royalty of the world, William and Kate.  Comparing them in the same headline as royalty is an insult to intelligence.

According to the nitwits in the media, this is supposed to be the route to royalty in America.

Sexual exploitation, tits and ass, drug dealing, pimps and prostitutes, vulgarity, grossness, performing for the family of murderous dictators, and just about anything else you might find on the road to success as the queen and king of trash talking, women demonizing, sex goddesses and home boy glorifiers.

I, for one, find it an insult to the British that we throw in their face such morally bankrupt royalty.  But don't believe me, here is the same media glorifying them.

Editor’s Note: These articles contain profanity.
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CONFIRMED: Beyoncé Sings For Gaddafi’s Son on New Year’s

On Sunday, Mediaite reported that singer Beyoncé Knowles had given a private New Year’s Eve performance for an exclusive crowd in St. Barth — and made the case that she had performed and been paid by relatives of Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi (variously known as Khadafy, Qaddafi, Quadhafi and more). Atlanta-based blogger Necole Bitchie reported a $2 million fee; the UK Mirror reported a “six-figure sum” and yesterday Media Takeout made the same claim, repeating the $2 million number and confirming the Gaddafi-hosted party from a guest who was there (hip-hop impresario Russell Simmons also placed Beyoncé at a “Khadafy party.” Today Page Six confirms our original report, with one new piece of information: the party was thrown by Hannibal Gaddafi, son of the Libyan dictator who less than a week before made headlines for allegedly attacking his wife in a London hotel.

It should be noted that Jay-Z also reportedly joined (Mariah) Carey last year in performing for the Gaddafi party, and that there was no backlash for either of them (indeed, Carey went on 20 days later to sing for President Obama‘s inauguration — as did Beyoncé). However, this year Muammar Gaddafi’s history of terrorism has come to the fore with the release of Lockerbie bomber Abdel Basset Ali al-Megrah, the Libyan convicted of setting the bomb that took down Pan Am 103. Gaddafi and Libya accepted responsibility for the bombing in 2004, and has paid millions of dollars in reparations to the victims’ families.

Obama Welcomes Jay-Z Support, Violent, Misogynistic Lyrics and All

Obama campaign is happy to be associated with former drug dealer.
Published: 10/22/2012 9:04 AM ET

Whatever else his electoral troubles, president Obama seems to have the all-important hip-hop star demographic sewn up. Rapper Jay-Z recently released an ad which detailed his love for president Obama, and encouraged young voters to vote with Obama in November.

The president, whose re-election campaign has been heavy on soak-the-rich class warfare rhetoric, apparently welcomes the endorsement of this member of the imperial 1 percent. Jay-Z has earnings of more than $460 million.
In another hard-hitting interview (remember “The Pimp with the Limp?”), Obama told a Cleveland radio station what he and the rapper had spoken about when they met at a recent fundraiser. "I made sure that Jay-Z was helping Beyonce out [with the baby]," he said. "And not leaving it all with mom and the mother-in-law."

Jay-Z may be the kind of man who needs that advice. While he appeared clean-cut and professional in his Obama ad, his entertainment persona is an entirely different matter. Before he lived the life of celebrity Jay-Z was a drug dealer, and he frequently raps about his past life. His lyrics are laced with profanity, and frequently encourage listeners to embrace violence.
“Dirt Off Your Shoulder,” a song president Obama referenced on the campaign trail, boasts about “a middle finger to the law,” while “99 Problems” degrades women with lyrics like “I’ve got 99 problems but a bitch ain’t one.” That particular song also has an entire verse about being racially profiled by the “mother-f-ing law” for “doing 55 in a 54.”
Jay-Z wrote a song specifically about Obama called “My President is Black.”  They lyrics included racial shots at former president Bush and vile language. Jay-Z rapped: "You can keep ya puss, I don't want no more Bush / no more war, no more Iraq, no more white lies, my president is black!"

In May, Jay-Z and Kanye West released a song that expressed their love of gratuitous violence.
“No Church in the Wild” opened with a protestor flinging a Molotov cocktail at police. The violence only escalated from there and the video is a patchwork of firebombs, fights, and destruction.
 The lyrics of the song  celebrate anarchy, as this excerpt makes clear:
We formed a new religion
No sins as long as there’s permission
And deception is the only felony
So never fuck nobody without telling me
Sunglasses and Advil, last night was mad real.

In September Obama tweeted a picture of himself with Jay-Z and his wife Beyonce, boasting about his supporters who were in “an empire state of mind.”
But this is the Obama campaign’s state of mind and Obama has earned the nickname “Celebrity-in-Chief” with good reason.


"Bitches & Sisters"
(Let's describe a certain female)
(Let's describe a certain female)
(Let's describe a certain female)

(Bitch) you know my name and the company I own
(Bitch) you like my style and you smell my cologne
(Bitch) don't try to act like my track-record ain't known
(Bitch) you probably gotta couple CD's in your home
(Bitch) don't make me say it twice, you acting all up tight
Also diddy like, like, like
You ain't a (Bitch), I ain't no ball player, you ain't gonna get pregnant again
Hit off with paper, you gonna get hit off and slid off
Before the neighbors take off to go to work
So just, take off your shirt, don't hit me with that church shit
(Bitch) I got a sister who schooled me to shit you chickens do
Tricking fools, got a whole Robin Givens crew that I kick it to
They be hipping dudes, how you chickens move, I be listening to
(Bitch) (Bitch) (Bitch)
Don't make me say it thrice, you acting all up tight
Also diddy like, like
You ain't a (Bitch), You ain't no better cuz you don't be fucking rappers
You only fuck with actors, you still getting fucked backwards
(Bitch) Unless you fucked a dude on his own merit
And not the way he dribbles or ball or draw leverage
You're a (Bitch), No ma, you're a (Bitch)

(Let's describe a certain female)
(Let's describe a certain female)
(Let's describe a certain female)
Say Jay-Z, why you gotta go and disrespect the women for? Uh

(Bitch) Sisters get respect, bitches get what they deserve
SIsters work hard, bitches work your nerves
Sisters hold you down, bitches hold you up
Sisters help you progress, bitches will slow you up
Sisters cook up a meal, play their role with the kids
Bitches in street with their nose in your biz
Sisters tell the truth, bitches tell lies
Sisters drive cars, bitches wanna ride
Sisters give-up the ass, bitches give-up the ass
Sisters do it slow, bitches do it fast
Sisters do their dirt outside of where they live
Bitches have niggers all up in your crib
Sisters tell you quick "you better check your homie"
Bitches don't give a fuck, they wanna check for your homie
Sisters love Jay cuz they know how 'Hov is
I love my sisters, I don't love no bitch

This is our royalty?

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