I’ve never liked rap music and in fact, consider a lot of rap music to be vulgar, obscene and profane.
Another example of why I don’t like rap music is found in a video released by Nick Conrad, a black rapper from France.
In his video, it depicts Conrad torturing and killing a white male.
His lyrics call for the killing of all white people everywhere.
His video is causing a lot of outrage in France and should be causing outrage throughout the world and in all international organizations.
Conrad should be charged with conspiracy to incite violence upon others.
(Neon Nettle) – A famous Frech rapper has caused outrage in France after his graphic music video calling for all white people to be killed, went viral.
The rapper’s rise to fame has come with a price as many have criticised his lyrics and political viewpoints.
The viral video shows violent scenes of the rapper, Nick Conrad and another man torturing and killing a white male.
The duo then gives the man a chance to escape before shooting in him the back.
RT reports: Conrad then forces the white man to bite a kerbstone and stomps on his head, in an apparent reference to the movie American History X. The victim is later seen hanging from a post behind the rapper and his sidekicks…
If a white person produced a video like this that depicted the torture and killing of a black person and then calling for the killing of all black people, that person would be considered to be a racist and guilty of hate language.
The last time that happened was after the incident in Ferguson, Missouri several years ago, black activists called for the killing of police and sadly, a number of police officers throughout the nation were shot and killed.
I recall two officers in New York City who were assassinated while sitting in their squad car and then there were the officers in Dallas who were senselessly murdered in the line of duty.
If white people are killed because of Conrad’s video, will he be held as responsible?
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