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White Culture in Peril: The Glorification of Thug Life
An entire book dedicated to the "lessons" to be learned from films about criminality, violence, organized crime, and all around degeneracy? Being a criminal is "cool" now with white kids? Maybe if it wasn't for things like this, we wouldn't have Kenneth Lay, we wouldn't have Ted Stevens, thinking their above the law and stealing large sums of money from their own community.
It's time for white culture to stop pointing the finger all over and take some responsibility for itself. If we're going to vote The Godfather as the greatest movie of all time, if we're going to say Sopranos is the best TV show ever made, if we're going to give Oscars to guys like Martin Scorsese who made Goodfellas and Casino (not to mention Taxi Driver which is a whole degenerate, negative, terrible influence on the kids all by itself), then we can't just sit around and shrug our shoulders when people like Ted Stevens uses upper level connection to steal money for himself.
We need leadership within. We need to take responsibility for what we've done.
I mean, publishing books about what we can learn from fictionalized, exaggerated, glorified accounts of organized criminality? And it's any wonder how guys like Dick Cheney and George Bush think they can wiretap whomever they like, fire and hire judges as they please, initiate quasi-legal invasions, torture convicts at their whim, and tromp all over the Constitution whenever they get bored.
It's time that whites stopped pointing fingers, and started taking responsibilities for themselves.