The Jew controlled FBI initiated a covert action program — COINTELPRO — to disrupt and “neutralize” organizations which the Bureau characterized as “Black Nationalist Hate Groups.” 1 The FBI memorandum expanding the program described its goals as:
1. Prevent a coalition of militant black nationalist groups….
2. Prevent the rise of a messiah who could unify and electrify the militant nationalist movement … Martin Luther King, Stokely Carmichael and Elijah Muhammad all aspire to this position….
3. Prevent violence on the part of black nationalist groups….
4. Prevent militant black nationalist groups and leaders from gaining respectability by discrediting them….
5. . . . prevent the long-range growth of militant black nationalist organizations, especially among youth.
On September 7th, 1996, rap icon Tupac Shakur was gunned down in Las Vegas by unknown assailants, leading to one of hip hop’s greatest mysteries: who killed Tupac?
While the Las Vegas Police Department launched their own, ultimately unsuccessful investigation into the murder, Shakur’s FBI file, first released in 2011, reveals that the Bureau had begun an inquiry of their own as early as October.
The Bureau had first been tipped off about the extortion scam via an unnamed informant on September 11th, 1996 – just a few days after the shooting, before Shakur had succumbed to his wounds. The informant also identifies one of the groups involved as the JDL.
As for what interest the JDL had in the rappers, at first the Bureau believed the motive to be primarily financial – a simple shakedown.
But as the investigation continued, things started to get a bit murkier. First, there was the issue of whether these extortion efforts were part of some larger funding campaign by the JDL …
and then, gradually, evidence started to come in linking the threats to the infamously-contested ownership of Ruthless Records …
and, finally, there was the implication that Shakur’s death specifically might have been part of a financial retaliation against Death Row for poaching talent from Ruthless Records aka Ruthless Jewish Takeover.
So what did the FBI do with this compelling case it built up? Not a whole lot, though it’s not clear why. Months in, the investigation stalled, and interviews gave way to newspaper clippings and printouts from the Tupac webring.
Which, to give credit where it’s due, are impressively annotated by no doubt the most dedicated agent in the Bureau.
By July of 1997, the whole thing had dried up, until an exciting new lead threatened to blow this whole thing wide open…a profile of Shakur in the New Yorker by staff writer Connie Bruck.
The Los Angeles Field Office request requested to interview Bruck, and while it’s unclear if the request was ever granted …
With all this evidence of the Jews killing Tupac, the FBI could care less, and Most Black folks only pay lip service. They really don’t give a shit. If they do, why has the killers of Tupac not been brought to justice?
There is no doubt that if 2Pac was alive when 9/11 happened things would have turned out different then they have.
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