-- ICE-T's Crime Against Ghetto Youth --
- ICE-T's Crime Against Ghetto Youth
Controversy dogs his every step.
He once wrote a song called "Cop Killer"
that provoked the anger of police throughout
America. His song even inspired one fan to
murder a police officer.
He was the original "gangsta" rapper, and his
on-the-street specialty was once jewelry heists.
He now stars in television's Law & Order
SVU, but Ice-T is in the process of
perpetrating his biggest crime.
Ice-T is the national spokesman for "Posse Pops,"
a brand of ice cream that targets inner city kids.
One vanilla ice cream pop called "Wilk Thang" promotes
safe sex, while "Blowin' Up" promotes an anti-drug
message. Ice-T's comment:
"I'm known as such a hard person - there's nothing
softer than ice cream!"
WHAT DOES MILK DO FOR AFRICAN-AMERICANS?
Ninety-five percent of African-Americans cannot tolerate
lactose. Pizza and ice cream taste delicious on the way
into their bodies. Lactose is a sugar, and most people
need the enzyme lactase to break down lactose into
glucose and galactose. Intact, this sugar is broken
down in the intestines by bacteria, and the results are
gas, bloating, and intestinal distress.
Casein represents eighty percent of the protein in
Ice-T's ice cream. This tenacious glue causes histamine
production, the body's natural defense against an
invading antigen. Human antibodies result in mucus, and
plenty of it. Inner-city school systems like Boston, New
York, Detroit, Chicago, and Los Angeles have very large
populations of African-American students. In New York City,
38 percent of homeless children and 23 percent of kids
in the Bronx schools have asthma. Got ice cream? These kids
do, thanks to Ice-T.
Milk contains powerful hormones. Rates of sexual maturity
in children are astounding endocrinologists and behavioral
psychologists. A recent study revealed that eighty percent
of nine-year-old African-American girls had breast development.
Children are becoming overweight at an early age. By eating
growth hormones in combination with animal fat, the body has
a way of listening to the signals of those chemical messengers:
One out of five children has attention deficit disorder (ADD).
A recent study in the Journal of Autism linked ADD with a milk
protein, casomorphin. Milk and dairy products take away a
child's ability to learn. Ice-T's endorsement of ice cream