Thursday, July 30, 2015
Disciplining your Asian Slave
Some cultures take a while to adopt the ways of another. While individuals and scenarios obviously vary, there are things
common due to a common culture and upbringing. In western culture, the movement over the last hundred years or so is to make
things equal among men and women from the work environment to other social environments right down to the household. In a
"typical" household in which both spouses are white, you see a lot of give and take going on. Compromise to a happy
medium. Among the Asian families I know that haven't been "Americanized", I've noticed that whatever the man of
the house says goes and that's it. I've seen this in Arab households too. Bottom line is when you're raised on certain boundaries
and a certain protocol then that is what you will take into adulthood and relationships. Perhaps there are Asian women who
grew up with a father who took on that alpha male role and they start up a relationship with an American white man and they're
not used to being asked what they think about certain things. Perhaps it is in essence, a culture shock. On the other hand,
if someone is in social media groups pertaining to Asian slaves then they are in pursuit of a slave and/or already have a
slave and really need to look into where they stand as a master and how stern of a master they want to be seen as. If a slave
sees benevolence as a sign of weakness then they need to either scale back their benevolence and be more stern or set their
slave free to find a master that better suits them. There are western white men who do a fine job of dominating and disciplining
their Asian slaves resulting in an understanding of the roles of both and a bond that usually can last for literally decades.
11:00 pm edt
Thursday, July 23, 2015
Sullivan Hall in the Summer of 2012
10:25 am edt
Finally, let me address this once and for all...
I have been accused of philandering in 2012 by a certain female who
shall remain nameless. This person is making bogus claims that on the one and only night when Berlin was held at Sullivan
Hall, I made out with someone other than Jennifer. While I did arrive at Sullivan Hall alone that night, none of this other
nonsense happened. If anyone tells you that I'm trying to hook up with other females it is a lie.
Also, my choice of assistant for my promotion is because of her knack for promoting. She
did a fine job for Matty and Alesci at Hotel Chantelle and for Pyramid and I figured she can do the same for me. She went
above and beyond and I could not have chosen a more loyal assistant for this promotion. She still works with me as my assistant,
booking bands and such and she is proud to be part of Crowned Eagle Entertainment as I am proud of the progress she has made
working with me and learning from me and my years of experience and there's nothing more to it than that. It is not a front
to get her clothes off. I need her, absolutely and most definitely, but not for that purpose. Let me add that anybody who
says anything contrary to what I said about this subject is not only a liar but a filthy bottom feeding liar.
Thank you and may God bless.
Wednesday, July 22, 2015
The Racial Divide via Social Engineering
10:50 pm edt
Chuck D once said in an interview, in not so many words that when
a young black man isn't a thug or a gang banger or a drug dealer, the other people from the neighborhood get on them and say
that they're not black enough. He compared that lifestyle to a trap and went on to say that by robbing and selling drugs to
each other, they're actually doing the work of those who want to see the extinction of the black race. Public Enemy was very
popular when the lyrics were talking about what white politicians and businessmen were doing to the black community but albums
like Muse-Sick-N-Hour-Mess-Age came out in which the lyrics in those songs were telling the black community not to fall for
these traps and to look at their community and stop hurting each other, one song from that album got air play and you never
heard a new song on commercial radio again even though they've made several albums since.
I chalk that up to social engineering. "Black people do this and white people do that"
or "White people are supposed to have this look and style and black people are supposed to have that look and style"
and keep everybody divided and not talking to each other. The media has a habit of trying to silence, discredit or shame anyone
who pretty much says we're human first before any particular race. The rich purposely have people on their payrolls put out
ads and articles and such to make the poor concerned about the styles they advertise so they could get back the money they
truly believe they wasted on paying them for a full day's work. The term "modern slavery" defined and put into practie.
See here. We work for somebody else, not necessarily our immediate boss
but his boss or his boss's boss all the way up the chain is the rich person that we as that person's employees are making
richer. We work all week until the paycheck comes, some of us two weeks because of that aggravating biweekly payroll system,
then as soon as we make the money, we're obligated to spend it. Rent's due, phone bill's due, the lights, the (gulp) internet
"service" might go out if you don't pay such and such to so and so. Lest we forget, you're not an adult owning up
to your responsibilities unless you pamper your significant other and take them to the beauty parlor and to the best and most
prestigious department stores and so forth. What are you left with? I'll bet you're hoping it's enough to cover your transportation
and lunch at the nearest available place that sells something to eat near your job. You're scrounging for change two or three
days before the next check comes around again and a bunch of other people other than yourself have that next check spent before
you have it in your hand! And according to our wonderful socially engineered society, don't you dare spend it on what they
say are white people's things if you're black or black people's things if you're white because Heaven or science forbid you're
caught "trying" to be "that other race". It's either "beneath you" if you're white or you're
"selling out" if you're black. See where this social engineering takes us?
Of course, as society would dictate again, as a white person, I can't talk about any racial issues or the
plight of a race that was enslaved and humiliated by a bunch of powdered wig wearing control freaks who died hundreds of years
ago and had skin of a similar color to mine. Aren't black people still people and aren't all people supposed to be treated
like people? To say you can't speak for another person because you're white and that person's black is like saying that your
concerns for equality among humans should be based on your race. These rich elite have the whole divide and conquer thing
down pat, I tell you.
Don't even get me started on the
ball of confusion that the elite sell to the Hispanics raised in our inner cities. They have a great portion of them seeking
social acceptance from the blacks and another great portion seeking social acceptance from the whites. The Hispanics who enter
countries like the United States get hit even harder with the implementation of modern slavery and often have no time to pick
which team to side with. Same with the Asians. Europeans and Africans, however fall into the same trap as the blacks and whites
born and raised here.
I'm a big proponent of individuality
and have been for many years. I believe that it is important to stand up for your own individually but just as important to
stand up for someone else's. I encourage people to interact and share ideas of everything from culture to ideals to social
issues right down to tastes in art, music and style. Hip Hop culture itself was founded on that philosophy but along come
the social engineers again to shake their fingers at you and say "No, no, no! It's a black thing. It's strictly for those
black people in the ghetto and you'd better not lower yourself to that violent anti-white misogynistic culture unless you're
one of those people". Same deal with Punk and Gothic culture. These were also cultures based on freedom of expression.
It's the media and social engineering that tells us "If you're black, you can't be Punk (even though Bad Brains are a
legendary Punk band) and you can't be Goth because you're selling out to the rich white people and making fools of yourselves!"
Punk Rock culture was born out of the poorest communities and Gothic culture spawned off of that. Selling out to what rich
white people? So John Lydon lowered himself and Afrika Bambaataa sold out when these two fine men collaborated on the song
"World Destruction"? The elite are dumbing us down and keeping us divided, I tell you. They know the power we'd
have if we didn't let subtle differences between us bother us so much. They know we'd work together and become as rich and
powerful as they are if we aren't distracted by much of the nonsense that divides us. That's what it's about, my people. That's
what it's all about.
Stay strong and keep kickin' dat
Thursday, July 9, 2015
D.J. DR3W to guest spin ElevAtioN and Red Planet Comes to Lit on Tuesday Nights
2:30 pm edt
So, my people, it may be good news to you that Crowned Eagle Entertainment
now has two recurring events simultaneously. We have the monthly ElevAtioN and now a weekly event called Red Planet every
Tuesday night and both events are at Lit Lounge in New York City.
For those of you who have been supporting the music from our artists, following the concert events over the years and
seeing these party events develop, these party events are for you to enjoy.
As a special treat, we have Pacha resident D.J. DR3W coming to ElevAtioN later this month joining our resident
D.J. Grave. What makes DR3W one of the hottest new DJs is his own spin on the music. He brings his own remixes to the party
and has packed the dance floor at Pacha for over a year and all this is coming to ElevAtioN just for you. As far as Grave
goes, what more can be said? His sets are among the sickest most wicked sets going and his years of consistency have made
him one of the top DJs in New York's industrial community. Each ElevAtioN is a special night and you never know what will
happen. Prepare for ElevAtioN.
In other news, Crowned
Eagle Entertainment is proud to present Red Planet, a Tuesday weekly event featuring all the latest underground dance music
being spun by three resident DJs, Rumble Filthskin, Illson and Speed Basser with the occasional surprise guest appearances
by other talented DJs such as Chrissy Commando and Ravyn Massacre. The first couple of events in were packed with the interesting
crowd that you would definitely want to party with and it's absolutely free!
Lit Lounge, home of both ElevAtioN and Red Planet is located at 93 Second Avenue in New York's Lower East
Things are looking up for Crowned Eagle Entertainment
and you, our supporters out there are to thank for it. Thank you, so much for your continued support, stay strong and keep
kickin' dat slang!