Kosher Entertainment: Talentless Negro (C)rapper Walks on Flag

Watching the death of what was once America has not been a pleasant experience. It hasn't been easy watching the poison of communism spread through the body politic, seeing the death spasms of "diversity" and the gushing wounds of jew-controlled "entertainment." As our economic strength, the only thing keeping the U.S.S.A. alive on life support, is lost the whole rotten structure is coming down. The only remaining question is will we use this "do over" to stop the rot or will it simply herald the beginning of third world status, tribal warfare and endless dark night. Until then, the ugly kosher spectacle continues, celebrating the successful marxist destruction while apparently oblivious to the coming crisis of Peak Civilization.

Lil Wayne trampled the American flag over the weekend ... and there's footage.

A worthless negro who is considered untalented even compared to the rest of the kosher mess steps on a flag that used to mean something, once upon a time. Oh no.

During the shoot, Wayne begins rapping in front of a giant American flag ... which is released to the ground. After it's on the floor, Wayne continues to rap ... while stepping all over the stars and stripes.

 R.I.P. U.S.S.A.

The lyrics to Wayne's song are just as controversial ... "My country 'tis of thee / Sweet land of kill 'em all and let 'em die / God bless Amerika / This ole' godless Amerika."

Rhyming "Amerika" with "Amerika" is real talent. I can see why Abe Goldstein forced this creature on us. A worthless piece of living dog shit yammers semi-coherently about the rot. The end is in sight.

I can't get upset at some jungle animal desecrating the flag when everything is stands for was destroyed long ago by the nation-wreckers. We need to stop pretending any of this matters, because the USA is gone. It's time to get organized and start preparing for what will replace it. We will restore White nations.


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