Gang culture used to stimulate prison industrial complex.
In the above video, Lee Ann McAdoo exposes the prison industrial complex and its use of hip hop gangster music to coerce young, uneducated adults to glorify drug culture. It brainwashes them to adopt a reckless lifestyle that inevitably leads to imprisonment, which generates profit for Corrections Corporation of America.
The CCA is clear about their intentions to make a profit, stipulating that any deal between
the corporation and the state would include a minimum 90% prison occupancy rate for the
duration of the contract.
How could a prison system work with such a massive conflict of interest? Easy answer – it
According to Bloomberg, the largest holder in CCA is Vanguard Group Incorporated. Vanguard
also runs media conglomerates who construct today’s mainstream culture. They are heavily
involved with Viacom and Time Warner.
If that wasn’t startling enough, consider that the same elites who control media are also
in control of private prisons. They use one to promote the other, this becomes
increasingly obvious when analyzing the lyrics of B.M.F (“Blowin Money Fast) by Rick Ross:
Real niggas getting money from the fucking start
My Rolls Royce triple black, I’m geechee ho
Ballin’ in the club, bottles like I’m Meech ho
Rozay, that’s my nickname
Cocaine runnin’ in my big vein
What does that even mean?
Cocaine is randomly inserted into these songs to glorify the use of hard drugs and further
increase the number of drug related offenses. The masses are heavily influenced by this
culture and act accordingly.
The human psyche can be heavily manipulated by greed, which is the main reason why prisons
exist solely for profit. It is prudent for our society to resist media deception and see gangster rap for what it is, unconcealed advertising for the prison industrial complex.