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Tupac speaks the truth about the biggest gang in the world!

http://youtu.be/DjOSof5TSn8

i recommend watching the whole thing, but watch from 20:00, he understood it all, why there are gangs and the gangs that are the political parties to the biggest gang of all, the United States of America. Isn't it amazing, that the man hailed as the greatest rapper ever understood this all the way back then but so many people, so many sheeple who claim to be his fan don't understand any of this? I just sometimes wonder, maybe people really are just born incapable of critically thinking or caring about anything other than what's going on in their own lives. Ignorance is truly bliss.

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Love Tupac!

He was for real. I Love all of his albums but for people who want to truly see what Tupac was about, I recommend Better Dayz. I believe he died because he was a strong talented figure who had a large influence through his music and he was getting ready to expose everything, and "they" just couldn't let it happen. What do I mean by everything, let me just quote a few lines from some of his songs.
From the song "Changes":
And still I see no changes. Can't a brother get a little peace?
There's war on the streets & the war in the Middle East.
Instead of war on poverty,
they got a war on drugs so the police can bother me.
From the song "Me Against the World":
With all this extra stressin
The question I wonder is after death, after my last breath
When will I finally get to rest? Through this supression
They punish the people that's askin questions
And those that possess, steal from the ones without possessions
The message I stress: to make it stop study your lessons
Don't settle for less - even a genius asks-es questions
Be grateful for blessings
Don't ever change, keep your essence
The power is in the people and politics we address
Always do your best, don't let the pressure make you panic
And when you get stranded
And things don't go the way you planned it
Dreamin of riches, in a position of makin a difference
Politicians and hypocrites, they don't wanna listen
If I'm insane, it's the fame made a brother change
It wasn't nuttin like the game
It's just me against the world
From the song "Po N***a Blues":
And did you ever stop to think? I'm old enough to go to war but I aint old enough to drink
And hundreds more lyrics. To fully understand the scope of his talent you would have to just listen to all of his music. Rest in Peace, Tupac Amaru Shakur, 6/16/1971 - 9/13/1996

"Wonder why they call you" is

"Wonder why they call you" is an amazing song, though very brash. It deals with the moral decay of young women.

http://www.azlyrics.com/lyrics/2pac/wonderwhytheycallu.html

*NC: bad language.

Yes! Haha finally some Tupac

Yes! Haha finally some Tupac love up in here.

I'm surprised more people on here...

don't like Tupac, Mos Def, or Lupe Fiasco... or, on more of an underground tip, Greydon Square.

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That is why

Tupac is dead. The Illuminati runs the music and movie industry, once you get in, you don't get out. If you start speaking truth and have the kind of money and power Tupac had, you die.

Those who expect to reap the blessings of freedom must. like men, undergo the fatigue of supporting it.-Thomas Paine

The R3volution requires action, not observation!!!!

i highly doubt tupac is dead by the illuminati

I really don't believe in the illuminati or the nwo as some major conspiracy in this world. I just think there are extremely misguided people with drastically distorted perceptions of reality who attain power and merely lead us to destruction through their ideologies. if anything it was suge knight and his goons who plotted his death, but i really am inclined to consider the possibility of the 7 day don killuminati theory as what really happened. Simply put, i think he actually might be alive, somewhere, waiting till 2014 when he will be 43 years of age like machiavelli (mind that tupac's alternate alias is Makaveli) who also passed at the age of 25 only to return 18 years later. I mean try to not to put it off as some simply Elvis conspiracy nonsense, because elvis died as some hasbeen fat man, while Tupac was this born again hood gangster now an intellectual revealing the truth through his music rather than simply preaching about the thug life. I mean also notice on the 7 (EXCLAMATION ON THE 7) posthumous albums he released, not anywhere did it state RIP TUPAC, or any sort of memory homage, it only stated "EXIT TUPAC, ENTER MAKAVELI". NOW THE BIGGEST POINT TO HIS OFFICIALLY RELEASED DEATH CORROBORATING WITH THE 7 DAY THEORY: he was shot on september 7th and survived until the 13th which is 7 days when you consider the 7th day as a day, and then he died exactly 7 months on September 13, since his last album. I mean i have no clue what tupac is up to if he did fake it, but i sincerely hope he did, i'm not blindly accepting that he did, for me it just seems more likely than him getting killed when all this makaveli evidence is there. maybe tupac is jesus or something...who knows..until 2014, who knows

lol, I was 2/3 through your post and was thinkin,

'...so you're sayin he's the anti-christ...' haha.
i gave you an upvote. that hologram video at coachella got me excited

Just because 7 Tupac albums have come out since his death...

doesn't mean he's still alive. It just means he recorded a LOT of material during his life and not everything could make it to the albums. I'm pretty sure that's a commonplace thing in the music industry.

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um? that's not the only piece of evidence supporting the 7 day

theory, i pointed out other things as well.

Actually....

I'm pretty sure the culprits were found out to be a Compton street gang, in retaliation for a previous crime committed by Tupac's entourage.

Regardless, the "Illuminati runs the entertainment industry" thing is bogus. It's an attempt to construct some sort of conspiracy theory around the fact that the industry has lost most of its creativity and simply dumbed down to match its audience and make a quick buck.

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exactly my thoughts

most of the proponents of this illumanti running the music industry just seem to be these emo/metal heads, or ignorant ghetto hipsters who really don't understand anything, and just wish their music was more appreciated by people. The music industry is like any other business, it's fueled by consumer demand and the material that is available. There just aren't too many people out there who can at once be a media personality as a music artist, and then actually not be ignorant and then translate what they really feel about the world and what goes on in it.