Flyting Vs Rap Crap

Well, as some of you know Ladies and Gents, we had a music show just the other night where John, Gadsden and myself got into a heated debate about the subject of rap being created by whites or blacks and at what time frame throughout history rap may have come about.  Well just today, Gadsden sent me an article and left me a quick note saying “I told you so”.

Over the last few days I have been looking into the whole subject and it’s lead me from one thing to another after another and it’s been interesting that’s for sure.  So what was the result?

I wasn’t going to release this just yet, as I was going to take Gadsden to task on his show about the things I had been finding, but I thought that might be a little too cruel, given that he seems like he has been very shallow on the subject thus-far, if his Telegraph article is any indicator.

Click play below and you can listen for yourself.


Below is the PDF file I mentioned on the audio clip…

The Flyting of Dunbar and Kennedy

Anybody that can say that there is ANYTHING poetical about rap, needs their head read.  This is where these cretins are trying to link the two together, because they certainly cannot link the “sound” of Flyting with the “sound” of rap.  Unless of course you are talking about the sound of Flyting that the jews would like you to think, as demonstrated on youtube by a bunch of backward hat wearing youth.  Little creations of the Fabian Fifth Columnists.

I tilt my hat to the people that converted the Dunbar and Kennedy Flyting joust, because ancient Scottish Gaelic (by the sounds of the language, but I could be wrong) couldn’t have been easy to convert to early English if you will.  It’s not an easy read let alone, easy to convert, I am sure.  At one stage I was coming across English variants of Scottish Gaelic, but not just any Scottish Gaelic, ancient Scottish Gaelic which is quite different to the Gaelic spoken today from what I can tell, after having compared texts from the two languages.  The same goes for the Irish.  As I was researching all this, it seems that ancient Irish Gaelic is somewhat different to the Gaelic tongue of today.  Both Gaelic languages from Scotland and Ireland, seemed to use more throat work in the ancient languages.

In any case, there would have to be some DAMN solid and convincing evidence to show me a contrary view to what I have been seeing so far, when it comes to rap coming out of Flyting, because right now, I see that as a spit in the eye to White Supremacy.  We’re so much better than buying into this crap coming out of the typical “Professors” and talking heads.

Cheers for now.


3 thoughts on “Flyting Vs Rap Crap

  1. John eventually backed off, and admitted most of his thoughts on the origination of rap was conjecture based on personal experience, i.e. what/how MSM or MTV in the 80’s was injecting it into our white western society eventually to (as we now can see) destroy our women, and subsequently our young men by shitting on their traditional roles that would come about through proper mentoring.

    Not having 100% knowledge of it’s origin, I pretty much wanted to advance that point that it became another Jew-financed form of degeneracy meant to both stain our nations, and set us up as bigots etc. for objecting to its promotion and acceptance.


  2. blacks saw flyting, tried yo imitate it, = rap. That doesn’t mean flynting = rap, just that rap is not a black ‘invention’, it’s a bad imitation.
    It’s like some crappy pseudo-pyramids in Nubia, negroes trying to imitate the Egyptian’s, the crap result is not a black ‘invention’, the origin was the White Egyptians, so a bad imitation is not an invention, like with the White ‘origin’ of rap (and rock and blues). So Blondie was not imitating blacks, just using a ‘style’ -that existed before blacks- and her result is ‘musical’.


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