The FBI War Against Tupac Shakur Book Review – Insightful, Chronicles the War For Control

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The FBI War Against Tupac Shakur, from Microcosm Publishing, present a definitive work on FBI suppression of Black leaders from the Civil Rights movement through the 1990s and focus' on the relationship between the Black Panthers and Tupac Shakur.

 

The FBI war on Rap music, as presented, is not a new repression tactic, nor are any of the other methods described in the chronicle presented by John Potash, the author. What is different, in this softcover account is how effortlessly the authors ties in the succession of events from the 1960s weaving a pattern of takedown methods employed by the Federal Bureau of Investigation in the name of law and order.


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The FBI War on Tupac Shakur, which has a subtitle of The State Repression of Black Leader from the Civil Rights Era to the 1990s, traces the revolution of the African American Negro during the Civil Rights movement and the abilities of leaders like Malcolm X and especially Martin Luther King, Jr to galvanize a people and believed that this ability of King's to spur this people, and even find cross over sympathy to include white youth, was dangerous to the status quo and as history has revealed J. Edgar Hoover, took it upon himself to attempt to tame and temper the velocity of King's reach.

John Potash, the author of The FBI War Against Tupac Shakur, begins with what he has labeled as the second edition, with an introduction to Civil Right Black Liberation and the FBI, where Potash unapologetically, states without reservation that "Years of accumulated evidence support that the FBI orchestrated the murder of rap icon Tupac Shakur, and that they used similar tactics to murder other leftist Black leaders."

The 246-page book chronicles how the civil rights movement radicalized into the Black Panther Party, which lead to the targeting of this radicalized, fringe organization. In modern language the Black Panthers would be considered a domestic terror cell, in the 1960s the Black Panthers were giving a voice to the suppression of the America negro, and the Civil Rights movement which was aided by President John F. Kennedy and after his assassination, President Lyndon Johnson.


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The table of contents, in and of itself, is a history of the Civil Rights movement with 39 chapters and titles such as "Civil Rights, Black Liberation, and The FBI," "the Civil Rights Movement Radicalizes into The Black Panther Party," "U.S. Intelligence Begins Murderous Targeting & Harassment of Panthers," "The Murder of Fred Hampton and Attempt on Geronimo Pratt" and FBI Raid and The Manufacture of the East/West Panther Feud in NYC."

As the author walks the African American historical neophyte through the inner workings of the Black Panther Party, he brings the reader through another transformation of historical reference and culture influence the rise of rap music which begins with the Chapter titled "The Code of a Thug's Life."

From this point forward the reader is introduced to what many in society only call rap war and label the offshoot of the violence associated with rap music. Rap music, for many does not have the historical ties to the Black Panther Party, but it does connect with he Crips and Bloods, the two most widely known gangs in Los Angeles.


 

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Potash begins with "Tupac's FBI File, Republican Attacks, Harassment Arrests and Suspicious Lawsuits," and dedicates a chapter to explaining the "CIA and Time Warner's Grip on the Music Industry," "East/West Rap Feud" and Death Row Signs Tupac."

The book then moves into the era of Tupac, and his impact on the Rap music industry. Death Row Records, Suge Knight, Tupac, Dre, Jay-Z, Snoop Dog, Wu Tang, Dead Prez, The Coup, and Rap Moguls Russell Simmons, and Sean "Puffy" Combs, all are featured as are the murders of Tupac and Biggie Smalls and includes references in chapters or a deep dive into the targeting of those in the industry who were able to in the same vein as Martin Luther King, Jr., mobilize a people or those who assisted the CIA.

Controversary continues to surround icon Tupac Shakur, in this book preeminent researcher on the topic, John Potash, puts forward his own theories of the events leading up to and following the murder., Never before has there been such a detailed and shocking analysis of the death of one of the greatest musicians of the modern era. Containing a wealth of names, dates, and events. Potash details the use of unscrupulous tactics by the FBI against a generation of leftist political leaders and musicians include Martin Luther King, Jr and Malcom X.


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The FBI War on Tupac Shakur, for the conspiracy historian, presents evidence, information and documentation which provides conclusive proof of the FBI's involvement and of course, the retort would be the level of criminality associated with the rap music industry. For the American historian, the account of the Civil Rights movement, The Black Panther Party and the revolution and liberation of a people held in suppression is presented clearly, concisely, and poignantly.

The FBI War on Tupac Shakur, The State Repression of Black Leaders from the Civil Right Era to the 1990s, is a deep dive into conspiracies surrounding the targeting of African American leaders and debunks the disinformation campaign which poisoned and deliberately manipulated the minds of the masses and caused the deaths of many.

The FBI War on Tupac Shakur is on shelves October 12, 2021. Read this.

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