Archive | May 20, 2014

The Black Stereotype: Socially Engineered in theFBI War on Tupac Shakur and Real Black Leaders*

The Black Stereotype: Socially Engineered in theFBI War on Tupac Shakur and Real Black Leaders*

Hear my presentation at the very first Hip Hop Summit before Hip Hop got sold out and was taken over:

If you think COINTELPRO is over, think again. It’s on steroids now!!

Here’s John Potash on the assassination of Tupac Shakur.

I had already found evidence of his surveillance, Potash found more!

All to keep Hip Hop artists from becoming political, and to degenerate into what we see now. – Cynthia McKinney

This episode of Critical Insights we were joined by author, John Potash, who wrote the FBI War on Tupac Shakur and Black Leaders. This book contains a wealth of names, dates and events detailing the use of COINTELPRO style tactics by the FBI against a generation of leftist political leaders and leftist musicians. Based on 12 years of research and includes over 1,000 endnotes. Sources include over 100 interviews, FOIA-released CIA and FBI documents, court transcripts, and many mainstream media outlets. Book is 192 pages of main text, 100 pages of endnotes, 8 pages of photos (incl. government/court documents) and some more pages of preface, foreword, afterword, and bios.

Related Topics:

The Paths of Return

Land of the Incarcerated*

Real Hip-Hop Versus the Music Industry*

Assata Shakur: FBI’s Most Wanted After Thirty-Four Years!

Malcolm X’s Grandson Baited and Killed

MKUltra, Michael Jackson and Widespread Assassinations*

Court Order: The Re-Education of Lauryn Hill for Speaking the Truth!

“The Closer You Look, the Less You See”: The Mind Control Entertainment Industry*

From a Conscious Musician to a MKUltra Slave

When You Stop Wishing Yourself Away…

The Collective Evolution

Your Creativity and Non-conformity a Threat to the NWO*

Obama’s Manipulating the Brain Project

Black Women Targeted with Eugenics Drug*

The Genetic Legacy of Stress*

White Supremacist Finds Out He Is Part Black*

Katrina: A Reason to be Angry*

13th Amendment Ratified When the Rest of the Population Becomes Enslaved!

The First Bill of Rights Comes to Public Eye, as Human Rights Becomes Just a Concept!

Reasons to Convert Your Music to 432hz*

Big Banks Guilty of Charging Higher Rates to African Americans and Hispanics*

Social Engineering and an Inconvenient Tooth

Race: Making a Difference in the World*

Dr. Frances Cress Welsing: 12 Years a Slave, Racism & Black Cowardice

Government-Approved Race Riots!?

Justice for Trayvon Martin!

Dream Defenders Score Victory against ‘Stand Your Ground’ Laws

Malcolm X: The Truth Seeker*

Actor Wesley Snipes Freed After 3 Years for Refusing to be Taxed*

Articles of Impeachment Filed against Obama*

Bertrand Russell on the Manipulation of Society*

Barbarism Rules: Mind Control and Satanism in America*

California Senate Passes Bill to Pull the Plug on Illegal NSA Spying*

California Senate Passes Bill to Pull the Plug on Illegal NSA spying*

A bipartisan bill which creates a mechanism to turn off all material support and assistance, including water and electricity resources, from California to the NSA passed the State Senate today. The vote was 29-1.

Dubbed the 4th Amendment Protection Act, Senate Bill 828 (SB828) would ban the state from participating in, or providing material support or resources to any federal agency engaged in the “illegal and unconstitutional collection of electronic data or metadata, without consent, of any person not based on a warrant that particularly describes the person, place, and thing to be searched or seized.”

Sponsored by Sen. Ted Lieu (D-Torrance) and Sen. Joel Anderson (R-San Diego), SB828 represents a growing opposition to NSA spying on a state and local level, and across the political spectrum.

“The NSA’s program is an unreasonable search and seizure of Californian’s electronic data and communications,” said Lieu. Anderson took a similar position on the Senate floor today. “We want to protect against terrorism, but it should never be at the cost of our liberty or freedom,” he said.


Practically speaking, SB828 addresses three major areas where NSA and other federal agencies rely on local support to carry out their surveillance programs. This includes resources such as water and electricity for physical facilities, university research partnerships, and sharing of warrantless data.

While the NSA does not currently operate a data or “threat operations” center in California, OffNow spokesman Shane Trejo said states around the country need to pass similar legislation to make NSA expansion more difficult.

“We know the NSA has aggressively worked to expand its physical locations because it maxed out the Baltimore area power grid in 2006.  They’ve built new locations in Utah and Texas, and expanded in several other states,” Trejo said. “Since the NSA is expanding so wildly, it’s not unlikely that they’re planning to build new data centers and ‘threat operations centers’ in other locations. California’s high-tech industry makes it a likely candidate.  We can’t wait until the NSA opens up shop. This act yanks away the welcome mat and tells the NSA, ‘We don’t want you in California unless you follow the Constitution.’”

Six California state universities have partnerships with the NSA.  These university partnerships provide critical research which helps the NSA expand. The California Fourth Amendment Protection Act also addresses the status of these schools as NSA “Centers of Academic Excellence.”  Continuance of such programs would be banned after passage of SB828 should NSA surveillance be determined as illegal and unconstitutional.

Finally, the bill would address the use of warrantless data from the federal government in state or local criminal proceedings.

As reported by Reuters in Aug. 2013, the secretive Special Operations Division (SOD) is “funneling information from intelligence intercepts, wiretaps, informants and a massive database of telephone records to authorities across the nation to help them launch criminal investigations of Americans.”  Documents obtained by Reuters show that these cases “rarely involve national security issues,” and that local law enforcement is directed by SOD to “conceal how such investigations truly begin.”

Reports in the Washington Post and USA Today last fall documented how “the FBI and most other investigative bodies in the federal government” are regularly using a mobile device known as a “stingray” to intercept and collect electronic data without a warrant. Local and state police “have access through sharing agreements.”


Passage of the bill would be the first step in a process to ban resources to the NSA. If signed into law, once an official determination is made that a federal agency is engaging in illegal and unconstitutional collection of electronic data or metadata, the state ban on resources would immediately go into effect.

Trejo said that passage into law will result in a strong foundation being set.  “California could set a serious precedent with this law,” he said.

“Violate the Constitution and we’ll turn off the water and power. This could be the mantra for privacy-advocates across the country.”

SB828 is now moves to the State Assembly, where it will first be assigned to a committee for majority approval before the full Assembly has an opportunity to concur.


If you live in California, take action in support of this legislation HERE

All other states, take action HERE


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Missouri Bypasses Legislature and Voters the Right to Decide on Electronic Protection*

Missouri Passes Bill to Withdraw from Common Core Curriculum*

Cities Making the Internet a Public Utility*

Your Citizenship and Personal Sovereignty*

Criminal Global Governors: The Right to ‘be forgotten’ a Problem for Google*

Brazil Passes ‘Internet Constitution’ Ahead of Global Conference*

The Truth about the Internet vs. Russian Sovereignty*

Biometric Identification Control: What Will You Do?

European Court Invalidates EUs Big Brother Personal Data Collection*

U.S. Moving Closer to Changing the Constitution*

Your Creativity and Non-conformity a Threat to the NWO*

Snowden: Here’s How We Take Back the Internet‏