2000’s. His music and videos were pushed on radio, TV and in record stores by Jewish executives for our consumption. I found his brand of rootless nihilism exhilarating. I was raised by a white single mother and rather than struggle to find my place within my own culture and tradition, I sought escape through what I thought was black culture. I later discovered how the black culture which Eminem celebrated was thinly veiled self-destruction pedaled by Jews. This destabilization of traditional white culture was profitable and serves Jewish interests in a variety of other ways.
Eminem was not the first or last “musician” to bring such a message forward on behalf of nefarious Jewish profiteers. In his wake, an entire generation of white men sought masculine identity through the abuse of drugs, women and the denial of tradition. In a former era, our men would form strong social bonds through church, sport and political organizations. Now, our men are isolated and told genuine connection is unnecessary and meaningless. Every other racial group is encouraged to organize in solidarity to overcome their common struggles. Not so with whites: we are told that we must contribute to the prosperity of every group aside from our own. We are told that organizing along racial lines is in bad taste. The isolation of white men from our traditional group identity has led to tragic consequences. Isolation is deeply involved in the pathology of drug addiction and suicide. Roughly 50-60 thousand people died in 2016 due to drug overdoses, depending on which data-set you look at.