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That is a great deal of information. The 'hippie's' were created by that 'hidden movie/sound studio near by.
Originally posted by bsbray11
Originally posted by NadaCambia
This thread would have been great. It's a shame it's been ruined by everyone just listing dead artists they liked as suspicious.
I wouldn't say that. There was plenty of really valuable information posted early on about Laurel Canyon and the apparent relation between the whole hippie movement and the US military/intelligence community.
The are millions of people in this country, and by sheer coincidence, the son of the admiral commanding during the Gulf of Tonkin incident is Jim Morrison? That bothered me and made me wonder all kinds of things until someone came along in this thread and posted the info on Laurel Canyon, and then suddenly things started lining up and making more sense. They're great interviews if you find them earlier in the thread, or search YouTube for "MK Ultra Laurel Canyon."
Originally posted by MikeNice81
reply to post by knowneedtoknow
The East Coast v West Coast thing was a media manufactured thing. It wasn't even about Tupac and Biggie to start with. What was going on between Biggie and Tupac was personal. Tupac felt that Biggie and Puffy had set him up to be shot. While that is only partially true, it did lead to a big blow out between Bad Boy and Death Row. You have to remember that Suge Knight is a member of the Mark Of The Beast Bloods. So, any action against Tupac was an action against all of the label in his mind. That is how he recruited Tupac. He offered him the brotherhood he felt he had lost with Biggie.
Unfortunately for Tupac he took it too far. He decided to get involved in a gang related scuffle in a casino. He saw a guy wearing a necklace that had been stolen from a MOBB in LA. He got involved in stomping and kicking on the guy. There is video of it happening. Not long after, in retaliation for the public beating, the guy targeted Suge Knight's car. Tupac's death is a tragic reminder of why you should leave gang life alone.
If you do a little search you'll see that Tupac named his album Killuminati because he wanted people to "kill that illuminati noise." He thought that conspiracies involving the illuminati held black people back. It gave people a reason to blame things outside of their control for their own personal failures. In other words he thought it was a crutch for people too weak to control their own lives.
Biggie was a mob hit with the help of the LAPD (IMO). There is circumstancial evidence that points to the NOI and the LAPD. Both are agencies that the mafia has ued in the past to pull hits. In the industry there has been speculation that Bad Boy was funded by the Gambinos in the begining. Puffy wanted to end the extortion so he tried to seek protection else where. He wanted to get Meech and BMF to protect him from the Gambinos. Biggie's death was more to prove a point to Puffy than anything.
There was a conspiracy behind the death of Biggie, but it was a criminal conspiracy. It wasn't a government ordered hit.edit on 31-3-2011 by MikeNice81 because: (no reason given)