Hip-Hop Hijacked by Freemasons (Alan Watt with Cul-Cre)

I have re-edited and re-posted this video because the original version contained a couple of short clips from videos by Island Records and UMG. This meant that adverts were displayed on the video page. In addition, the video wasn't available in many countries including Australia, Costa Rica, Belgium, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Greece, Czech Republic, Poland and Portugal. If this re-edited version is still not available in these countries then we can conclude that YouTube is actively censoring the video in order to restrict the number of views. Anyway, please remember to rate, comment and share this video so that we can wake up as many people as possible. Thanks 🙂 www.CuttingThroughTheMatrix.com Back in the late 70's and early 80's when hip-hop was in its embryonic stages, most rap and hip-hop tracks had a happy-go-lucky vibe, with lyrics that talked about such things as who was the best MC or DJ. There were more serious rappers, like Grandmaster Flash, who rapped about life in the ghetto. But even then, the songs had an overall positive vibe and the lyrics, although sometimes a bit deep and serious, usually tried to positively educate the young listener by speaking to them on their level and using terms that they can relate to. It was when we reached the mid 80's that hip-hop really started to evolve and many sub-genres started to develop. There were artists like Rob Base, Ice-T, Public Enemy, Run DMC, The Beastie Boys, Tone-Loc, De La Soul, and countless others. Whatever <b>…</b>
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