Black Poverty and White Poverty—One Common Thread: Narcissism

Crime causes poverty;
Narcissism is a crime;
Narcissism causes poverty.

In the U.S., a myth abounds among enablers of crime—especially justifiers of crime by black criminals. Persisting despite its complete lack of evidence or even logic, the myth is that “poverty causes crime.”

Meanwhile, in manifest reality: poverty does not cause crime—but rather crime causes poverty. (For obvious evidence of this, just notice how many poor people do not commit crimes.)

The crime of rap (and narcissism in general) is a good example of this principle. Take, for example, the willful mediocrity of self-doomed peasants who proudly and frantically chase the legacy of Eminem or 50 Cent.

In 2002, white high-earning slave Eminem—a short, angry, frail, effeminate mama’s boy—rapped the words “music is like magic: there’s a certain feeling you get when you are real, and you spit, and people are feeling your shit.” That is from the song “Til I Collapse,” one of 20 tracks on “The Eminem Show” album, which has been sold tens of millions of times worldwide.

In the same year as The Eminem Show, the frail mama’s boy expanded his property holdings by acquiring black slave Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson, whom Eminem added to his music-label plantation.

Terms of 50 Cent’s servitude were that he was to brag about himself narcissistically, and Eminem would record the braggadocious narcissism and sell the recording. In exchange for his charismatic aping, 50 Cent would receive several whips, chains, and diseased women with no self-respect.

A year later, Eminem packaged a collection of 50 Cent’s narcissism. This became the album “Get Rich, or Die Trying,” which included the following declaration by Orangutan Jackson, on the “song” Patiently Waiting:

“When I die, they will find this and say a genius wrote it: in this white-man’s world, I am similar to a squirrel: looking for a slut with a nice butt.”

Narcissism is a crime against mind, often where the criminal refuses to sustain even enough objectivity to seem at least sane to those beyond their own “in group.”

Eminem and 50 Cent, as hinted to in the lyrics above, downright drip with the mind-killing crime of narcissism. The suicidal, mom-hating, Jew-hating Zionists who dictate USA’s music industry: they then take the white and black narcissism and mass-produce it, through media owned by other suicidal, mom-hating, Jew-hating Zionists.

Whatever self-mutilating, Satanic trash the Jew-hating Zionist media promotes—that trash becomes the “mainstream” in the U.S. Thus, Eminem became a world-famous multi-millionaire for hating women and talking about people “feeling his shit;” and 50 Cent became a world-famous multi-millionaire for comparing himself to a lecherous squirrel.

Narcissism is a crime against one’s own mind—and it is also highly contagious. So when Eminem became a world-famous multi-millionaire for hating women and talking about people “feeling his shit,” and 50 Cent became a world-famous multi-millionaire for comparing himself to a lecherous squirrel—many other narcissistic losers noticed.

Those jealous losers then rushed to form a long line outside the trash-factories of the suicidal, mom-hating, Jew-hating Zionists who control USA’s media. Each narcissistic loser vies to be chosen as a protégé of Eminem or 50 Cent. “After all,” reasons each wannabe in what is left of their mind, “I also can talk about people feeling my shit, or talk about how I am like a lecherous squirrel!”

However, as a matter of industry, there is only so much demand for people who brag about their similarity to a lecherous squirrel. Thus, millions of wannabes’ narcissism will never be monetized, they will never be “famous”—and they will slowly and steadily curl up and die as they “lived”: in poverty, by crime against their mind—narcissism.

Thus, narcissism is one example of the common threads between black poverty and white poverty. And again: the moral of the story—the formula—is this:

Crime causes poverty;
Narcissism is a crime;
Narcissism causes poverty.

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