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Waaaa: Eminem is “extremely angry” that Trump hasn’t reacted to him

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Call poor Eminem a waaaaahmbulance!

From Yahoo: Eminem is still angry with President Donald Trump, but this time, it’s personal. In an interview on Shade45, the rapper says he anticipated an angry response the president to his freestyle cypher “The Storm,” but nothing has happened yet.

Eminem delivered an angry verse about the president on October 6 at the BET Hip Hop Awards, calling him a “racist grandpa”. Though the video went viral, racking up 34 million views as of this writing, the president never responded to Eminem, a fact that seems to have angered him more.

“I was and still am extremely angry,” Eminem said on his XM radio station. “I can’t stand that motherf**ker. I feel like he’s not paying attention to me. I was kind of waiting for him to say something and for some reason, he didn’t say anything.”

Trump tends to tweet angrily after watching Fox News programs including Fox & Friends, specifically about any subjects the talk show hosts bring up. He has also attacked several late night talk show hosts for criticizing him, a fact which has excited The Late Show ’s Stephen Colbert. For whatever reason, it appears the president was not watching the BET Hip Hop Awards.

If the president does decide to watch Eminem’s freestyle, he’ll be treated to lyrics like “Racism’s the only thing he’s fantastic for” and “This is for Colin [Kaepernick], ball up a fist! / And keep that st balled like Donald the bch!”

Eminem has begun chants at his live performances insulting the president, in the weeks since October 6, as BET reports. But these, too, have fallen on deaf ears. Fox News is, unsurprisingly, less surprised that Trump hasn’t responded to the video it calls a “five-minute freestyle rap bashing.”

Eminem actually shares a geographical fanbase with the president. Both of their most devoted fans tend to live “in whiter and more rural places: West Virginia; southern Ohio; eastern Kentucky; deep north Maine; the Ozarks in Missouri; across the Great Plains,” The New York Times pointed out in October. That means Eminem’s anti-Trump verse probably caused the most controversy in those states.

Although Eminem’s anger at the president is probably authentic, it’s worth pointing out that he may have been hoping for a high-profile beef with Trump in order to promote his new album, “Revival.” While the album was originally scheduled for 2018, new reports hint that it may be released in December. XXL suggests it could hit December 8, based on an analysis of typical release dates from Eminem’s label, Interscope Records.

This article was first written by Newsweek

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Rappers Big Sean and Eminem go violent and misogynistic in latest “song” about Trump and Ann Coulter

WARNING: Video NSFW.

This “rap song” is disturbing on so many levels. It’s not “art.” It’s a flat out call for violence against Trump and Ann Coulter. This “song” is entitled, “No Favors.”

From Yahoo: Hip-hop superstar Eminem has returned with a fresh attack on US President Donald Trump, contributing an angry verse on the new album of Big Sean.

The lyrics mark the latest political intervention by Eminem, who re-emerged weeks before the November 8 election with a charged, eight-minute freestyle rap against the billionaire Republican.

On “No Favors,” a track on Big Sean’s album “I Decided.” which came out Friday, Eminem and the fellow Detroit rapper both boast of rising from humble means as they question the world’s direction.

Eminem declares himself an avowed opponent of Trump and his administration: “I’m anti / Can’t no government handle a commando … I’ll make his whole brand go under.”

The rapper denounces the racial dynamics behind the white tycoon’s campaign and reserves his most heated verses for Ann Coulter, a conservative commentator known for her provocative statements.

Eminem — in his trademark delivery of super-fast verses that crescendo in anger — imagines acts of violence against Coulter including running her over with a car.

“Gotta make an example of her / That’s for Sandra Bland… and Philando,” he raps, in reference to two African Americans whose deaths following police traffic stops triggered protests.

Eminem similarly imagined vengeance in his October song “Campaign Speech,” in which he spoke of attacking George Zimmerman, the volunteer neighborhood watchman in Florida who shot dead African American teenager Trayvon Martin as he walked home with iced tea and candy (As if, according to Yahoo, Zimmerman just up and shot Martin for walking. Keep that narrative going, Yahoo.)

Eminem, the best-selling rapper of all time and by far the most prominent white artist in hip-hop, was rarely described as political as he built his career in the 1990s. But in interviews he has long identified with the political left, even as his songs — often rapped in character — have generated controversy for derogatory lines about women and gays. Eminem has said he is working on a new studio album, which would be his first since 2013.

“I Decided.,” the fourth album by Big Sean, is a concept album about a man who is reborn and sees the same life with new eyes.

Some of the lyrics (as noted in the video above) that this Yahoo article fails to mention:

 “And fuck Ann Coulter with a Klan poster. With a lamp post, door handle, shutter. A damn bolt cutter, a sandal, a can opener, a candle, rubber. Piano, a flannel, sucker, some hand soap, butter. A banjo and manhole cover, Hand over the mouth, and nose smother,”

According to Breitbart, Big Sean recently appeared on New York radio station Hot 97 and fantasized about killing Donald Trump.

“I know Jay proud of me, he put this ’round my neck. And I might just kill ISIS with the same icepick. That I murder Donald Trump in the same night with,” Big Sean rapped during a freestyle performance.

Paging the Secret Service.

h/t Breitbart

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New Hollywood cult is the old Satanic cult

Kabbalah and Scientology are so yesterday.

The latest fad of Hollyweird is Satanism itself, dressed up as a revival of the late occultist Aleister Crowley’s (1875–1947) sex cult, Ordo Templi Orientis (OTO) or Thelema.

Aleister CrowleyAleister Crowley in ceremonial magik costume on right

The Daily Mail reports, April 21, 2013, that celebrities are now falling for an even more sinister “religion” of Ordo Templi Orientis — the “Satanic sex cult” founded by Aleister Crowley, b. 1875, who styled himself “the Great Beast 666” and reveled in being called “the wickedest man in the world.”

Crowley was born into an upper-class evangelical Christian English family. He fashioned a form of worship that involved sadomasochistic sex rituals with men and women (Crowley was openly bisexual), spells which he claimed could raise malevolent gods, and the use of hard drugs, including opium, cocaine, heroin and mescaline.

Crowley’s motto and that of OTO is do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the law,” which is also the motto of the contemporary Church of Satan.

The new-old Satanic cult has snared stars such as Peaches Geldof, Jay-Z, and Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page. Page is so intrigued by Crowley he bought the occultist’s former home, Boleskine House, on the shores of Loch Ness in Scotland.

Peaches Geldof

Peaches Geldof (left), a 24-year-old socialite whose father is the Irish singer-songwriter Bob Geldof, had flirted with Scientology and Kabbalah. Recently, she shared her “religious” convictions with her 148,000 followers on Twitter, and even has the cult’s OTO initials tattoed on her left forearm.

Sinister: Peaches Geldof has an 'OTO' tattoo (left) which is an acronym for the creepy Ordo Templi Orientis

There are now OTO lodges scattered around the country, practising Crowley’s ceremonial magik rituals. While membership is secret, Geldorf is said to have been initiated into it, raising the prospect that many of her impressionable fans could try to do the same.

Indeed, when one of her Twitter followers asked how she could find out more about Thelema, Geldorf directed her to read Crowley’s books, which she described as ‘super interesting’.

Jay-Z

Rapper Jay-Z has repeatedly stolen imageries and quotations from Crowley’s work. Some examples:

  • Wearing a T-shirt emblazoned with “Do what thou wilt.”
  • Hiring singer Rihanna to hold aloft a flaming torch in his music videos. The torch is a reference to the Illuminati.
  • Jay-Z’s clothing line, Rocawear, is shot through with OTO imagery such as the “all seeing eye” in a triangle, the “eye of Horus” (an ancient Egyptian symbol frequently referenced in occult texts) and the head of Baphomet.
  • Jay-Z even has a song to “Lucifer” in his 2003 The Black Album. (See my post “Pop Culture Satanists.”)

A former FBI agent, Ted Gundersen, who investigated Satanic circles in Los Angeles, found that Crowley’s teachings about “raising demons to do one’s bidding” suggested human sacrifice, preferably of “an intelligent young boy.”

On December 1, 1947, at age 72, Crowley died of chronic bronchitis aggravated by pleurisy and myocardial degeneration.

So much for magik.

Here’s a video showing singers Bob Dylan and Katy Perry, and rappers Kanye West and Eminem, admitting they’d sold their souls to the devil:

See also henrymakow.com’s

~Eowyn