I’m not one to get all political
without a good joke being involved, but this new direction of Korean conflict seems like some well-intended world un-diplomacy nonsense gone horribly out of control. As a result, America’s now positioning itself to rub elbows with China, in order to help North & South Korea sift through their differences & come to an amicable solution. Even though people have started dying already. These are differences that should’ve at least been third party-governed by now, which may serve as the subplot to the actual war; no longer are “lesser” nations “afraid” of America. But, that’s neither here no there. Not yet, at least.
North Korea is lobbing artillery shells at it’s timid little brother. Fact. I’d equate it to 2 brothers who share a room & decide that one of them has to go, by any means necessary. But the door is locked, & not that many passers-by care what’s going on in the room, if you smell my cologne. The point is that these 2 countries are too close to hate each other, & for the most part, any battles that occur will do little more than destroy all things collateral. For example, imagine those brothers’ room after the aforementioned ousting takes place.
America must now play the part of the (global) P.E. coach that escorts the quarrelling parties to the gym for a mediated exchange of fisticuffs. It’s good to know we
still have some authority, but we honestly have more important situations to clean up. Really though, aside from the whole “War On Terror” campaign, America doesn’t have the resources to fight wars that don’t belong to us. At least not until houses stop getting stolen & people can live “normal” lives again.
After WikiLeak.com’s latest digital homeland attack happened in real-time for the world to see, it’s leaders aren’t going to be so quick to let us hang out with them, so to speak. Especially now that our own domestic terrorism situation is becoming more tangible by the literal season.
& not for nothing, but if China wasn’t so heavily attached to North Korea, I doubt we’d even be in South Korea playing games & shit.
Do these broads have beef, or do we–the audience–want them to have beef & they’re dumb enough to fall into it? I think that’s a legitimate question. Either way, the ego’s are revving & the bra’s are off, for the most (important) part.
Believe me when I tell you that #NickiVsKim is all Twitter’s been harping on since #PinkFriday. Me being the cynical bystander God intended for me to be, I’ve gathered enough intelligence to surmise who the winner will be, when the smoke clears…
The winner is Hip Hop.
Battles are what fuel the competitive nature of the sport. If rap didn’t have that “winner take all!” ethos attached to it, it would be jazz. [Sidenote: Yes, I said it again. Rap is *this* far from being jazz. Unless WE do something about it.] What happens, though, is that in the wrong hands, that competition becomes confusion & conflict, & subsequently someone yelling out, “Niggas cain’t have shit!” from the back row. What Nicki Minaj & Lil Kim have done, aside from having thousands of teenage boys marathon-yanking over their keyboards, is revitalize a healthy sense of “I’m better than you.” Of course, I’ll eat my words of they run into each other at a spa or whatever & duke it out like
the hoodrats we know they really are, but I doubt that’ll happen. Silicone tits & Indonesian lace fronts aren’t cheap accessories.
People are going to pick a “winner” based on whatever bullshit logic they base their opinions on. But I haven’t heard this many people, across my spectrum of associates, so outspoken about something Hip Hop-related since MBDTF, which wasn’t long ago at all, but my point remains. There’s entirely too much music to get excited for no valid reason. So when everybody & their ghosttweeter are saying the same thing, it must mean something. Just saying.
[Sidenote: In closing, I vote for Nicki & Kim to baby-oil up & wrestle to the death in a tub of ice water. Read that again, if necessary. In fact, I insist.]