Goodbye, John Schnatter.
He is now thoroughly ostracized, even demonized, and will never be seen or heard from again.
Then there is Lil Jon. He is a famous rapper with the real name Jonathan Smith. A number of years ago he and the rest of his musical group known as the East Side Boyz put out a song called "Real [N-word] Roll Call." Just about every line in the song has the n-word in it. I'd even seen a reference to a Guinness record number of swear words, 295 of them they counted.
Seems like Lil Jon is doing just fine.
And I'm not just picking on Lil Jon -- point of information, I'd never heard of Lil Jon until just now when I did a search on songs with lots of n-words in them. Thing is I'd seen many others, almost as bad. Take a look at half the songs on Billboard's Top 100 list, right now. In fact the musical artist known as Drake recently made news by having seven of his songs in the top 10, tying the Beatles for that achievement. Drake, by the way, is worth $90 million.
Don't just look at Drake's songs, look at many of the others that appear on that list. Take a look at the lyrics. Almost every single song features any combination of loose women (many of whom really tick off these guys so they have something to sing about), guns, drugs, loads of bling, fast cars with bad-ass rims, dollar bills flying about, and the people who fight for or against the bad things in and around all of this, known mostly as, yes, n-words.
Peeking at the urban dictionary the phrase "Real [N-word] Roll Call" very readily means lots of those n-word friends ganging up to fight for the cause against the bad things. This means the use of the n-word in many of these songs refers to people who desire to carry out violent acts against anyone who distresses them in some way.
Racialism-immersed college professors -- and it does seem like most of them are as immersed -- will be quick to point out that these particular individuals' use of the n-word is justified because they legitimately feeel such oppression generated by the white-privileged systemically racist society in which they slog. So when they act out on these feelings because the courageous use of the n-word inspired such lethal psychosis, well, at least we can all understand.
When young people listen to these lyrics they may gain a sense of identification validating their profound disaffection -- they're lonely, bored, desperate, liable to do drugs to numb the pain... and of course they're oppressed, particularly if they are a classified minority. This music helps them cope. And those young people, very impressionable. Youth pastors do seem to be quite absent, at best relatively impotent, so let's let academia and media have their way with them.
Meanwhile -- John Schnatter. He should have known better.
I just had to blog on this absolutely preposterous condition of today's society, a tremendously wretched beast birthed from the heavily Jesuited university network throughout the nation. I weep for the millions of souls being sent straight to Hell because they will not turn to Christ The One Who Delivers From Such, because there just aren't enough followers of Christ ungrafted to the System that makes this all happen, people who actually love with their gut to minister truth and grace and healing and peace and contentment and wholeness and righteousness to these people.
And when I speak of this thing, racialism, I am speaking of something very specific. It is the wholly evil now quite rampant program of accusing people of racism who haven't a racist cell in their bodies, merely because the accused belong to the zeitgeist-classified oppressing group. That group is almost always registered as the conservative, older, white males who've earned too much money from producing good things people want to buy.
And the purpose of that, really is for the purveyors of such destabilization -- the politicians, the television journalists, the Hollywood big shots, the showcased university experts, the liberal church leaders, and anyone else spineless enough to refuse to see what's really going on -- to stick out their chests and boast loudly "Lookit how wonderful we are reaching out to lend a helping hand to these poor disadvantaged people ::crocodile tears::" It is also designed to keep people fearful and obsequious, liable to bow to the reigning social hegemony about how much they must surrender their souls to them.
I'm not saying people are not horrifically wounded deep inside, and I'm not saying we shouldn't step it up and be charitable. I am saying that trying to address people's real needs through Cain's way of human sacrifice is just as destructive as what they're saying they're solving. Indeed Cain's city was established millennia ago to mitigate the effects of man's murderous, fraudulent, lecherous behavior towards one another. But smothering it in sweet-smelling lawfulness still keeps people lost in their sin.
Cain does what God sent him out of His presence to do. That's fine. But that doesn't mean we can't point it out, see it for what it is.
And perhaps, yeah, perhaps some followers of Christ will step out and minister His Truth and Grace to these people who desperately need it -- even those purveyors so hypnotically entranced by the whole thing! They need His deliverance and salvation too!
Here is a webpage with the way that Christian churches are grafted to the System that perpetuates this body of death.