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David Banner: New Movement or Apart of the Hidden Agenda?

David Banner has been recently seen on the Rock Newman Show at Howard University discussing his movement and views on the turn black culture has taken today.
His new album The God Box is set to release August 2016 but we were graced with his newest video Black Fist, that starts with a disclaimer. Read below.
“The intention of this visual is not to promote violence, but to show that we as a people will no longer accept the loss of innocent black lives,” Banner says at the opening of the piece. “The purpose of this message is not to target anyone, but instead, to value everyone. This video is a statement and a reminder that black lives won’t be ‘taken’ lightly.”
Does anyone understand the difference between spoken words and visual actions whether portrayed through fictional yet real-life videos or other media outlets? His disclaimer is for the racist people that he likes to speak of so he doesn’t get as much backlash but he still felt the need to say it.
Aren’t black people reminded enough of the things that have happened to US? What is it exactly that these “Activist” want us to do? Do you want me to drill it in my children’s heads that there are white people that will try and beat them, keep them from succeeding, possibly kill them at a stop light? How can we discuses having so much faith and belief in God but turn around and watch over our shoulder every minute or blame our downfall on another race or culture.
While David Banner may be a brilliant man, I can’t help but wonder if he’s apart of the invisible agenda that has been pushed on the African American culture. During this hour long interview he discusses in long-winded context how people in the white race are continuing to oppress the black culture. Mr. Rock Newman discusses a story of a young black man he was once mentoring and the horrific racism he underwent. Mr. Newman notes that he wants to start this “platform” that is the opposite of this “because of how black Americans are portrayed in media and throughout the world”. What does this mean exactly? If this was someone else, would David Banner be all for this “platform”? You tell me. Wake up people. How long do we need to be mentally oppressed by our own race.
This video saddens me that we feel the need to take judgment into our own hands and kill another. Every life matters. And at the end of the day The Almighty has the final say even upon us who judge those for their sins.

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