The Price of Fame

Why is Cardi B famous?

I know that she’s a talented gal, but why is she famous?

She’s famous because the elites said that she would be famous.

Period.

That’s the way the elites are. If they don’t want you to be famous, you aren’t going to be famous.

Our elites are sick, but that’s the way it is.

And there’s a reason why it is the way it is.

Our elites cannot afford to have famous people who they do not control.

Famous people have influence. That’s why the elites control famous people.

The very last thing that the elites want is a famous person who they do not control who will sway the masses against them.

Our athletes are evil, but they aren’t stupid.

That’s why the vast majority of the famous people you see you today are puppets of the elites.

They don’t want their record deal canceled.

They don’t want their concerts canceled.

They are still young and desirous of making money.

In addition to that, they’ve got a good thing going.

They’re making tens of millions if not hundreds of millions of dollars.

They’re no sucker.

They’re not going to give up that cash cow.

The only people who the elites can’t fully control are the older celebrities who aren’t interested in making any more money.

They have already made her money.

But trust me, if even one of these older celebrities becomes too popular and gets in the way of what the elites want, the elites will go out of their way to destroy that individual.

That’s one of the reasons they went after Bill Cosby.

Bill Cosby was telling black youth to dress right, speak right, and to integrate in society.

Bill Cosby understood that rage and gangster culture wasn’t going to cut the mustard. He wanted to see black folk compete in the white man’s world.

He understood that black folk could compete and win because he lived it.

It’s pretty much the same message that Booker T. Washington gave over 100 years ago.

The elites don’t want that though.

The elites don’t want black folk to integrate at all, at least not the black folk who live in the inner city.

The elites need the black folk to serve as prisoners for their Corporate Prison racket.

The gangster culture, drug culture, rap music, hip-hop music is an important component in ensuring that black folk,and increasingly white folk, are focused on lifestyles that aren’t going to present a threat to the ruling elite.

Who is making a fortune off the gangster culture?

The ruling elite.

They own the celebrities. They own the radio stations. They own the record companies. They own it all.

Who made Cardi B and her vile music mainstream?

The ruling elite.

Who made Cardi B fabulously wealthy?

The ruling elite.

Who promoted gangster culture in the movies?

The ruling elite.

Who promoted drug culture in the movies?

The ruling elite.

Who loses in all of this?

Primarily poor folk in the inner city who have already had their communities devastated by drugs.

What poor folks, black and white, need desperately are education and positive role models within the community.

The celebrities could make a tremendous difference to the people who live in devastated communities.

Why don’t you see celebrities with all their hundreds of millions of dollars setting up their own apparel factories to employ poor black folk in the inner city?

Why should LeBron James with all his fame shill for Nike shoes when he can set up a shoe factory in the inner city and do kick ass business?

If he did, he would be fulfilling the dream of Marcus Garvey who wanted to set up corporations owned by blacks, run by blacks to do for blacks what white people wouldn’t do.

So what’s the hold up here?

The holdup is that the elites don’t want that. They don’t want free enterprise in the black community.

Free enterprise in the black community would threaten their welfare plantation racket. Plus, if black folks had money, their families would prosper. Prosperous families are less likely to commit crimes because they don’t need to commit the crimes. Prosperous families who don’t commit crimes are a threat to the Corporate Prison racket that the elites are running.

If LeBron James made a serious effort at opening up his own shoe and apparel company in the inner city, the elites would squash him like a bug.

The same goes for Cardi B. The elites made her, and they can break her.

If she opened up in apparel company that was transforming unemployed welfare recipients into wage earning, prosperous citizens who were less likely to commit crimes, the elites would squash her like a bug.

That’s the way it is.

But that’s not the way it has to be.

Sincerely,

Archer Crosley

Copyright 2021 Archer Crosley All Rights Reserved

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