Just a head's up, since hip hop is used by the new world order to introduce tons of new ideas, fashion, goals and slang to cultures worldwide, or often make them seem "cool" no matter how stupid or bad for us they are, the Illuminati rumour is no different. We're learning who the elite in charge of the world are, minus important details that most won't care about if this is all they want to read, plus exactly how to live with it, minus the fact that it will get much more difficult to. That's mind control.
For example, check out XXL Magazine, the most popular hip hop mag in the world, slowly but surely responding to rumours of the "Illuminati" controlling hip hop and the world. These articles aren't bad, but they're not good. Instead, they're "fair" to all sides, including the Illuminati, by not being judgmental. This is what they want us to think: Okay, so the Illuminati is in charge, so what? Maybe they always are? Who cares? By giving us this way to think, the Illuminati teach us not to care about them.
The articles rely heavily on a real quote (I've heard the audio) from Tupac Shakur as a framing device. He said he couldn't believe that people would know about a "secret" society , making the articles a contest between believing a young Tupac or believing the Illuminati exists and is a concern. From what I can tell, Tupac came around as he learned more, but he was more or less right when he said he had to worry more about how people were dealing with them than how scary they may be.
Keep in mind that Pac, Martin, Malcolm and everyone else before this didn't have the internet and took longer to correct mistakes and change their minds, which they like everyone they often did. We have the modern luxury of looking at info provided by whistleblowers more courageous and experts smarter than us who we have to respect, plus co-signed by millions worldwide as being valid, then using our best judgment about what might help us get stuff done about this "Illuminati" problem.
While everyone can "believe what they want", the problem with making up our own realities is we can't agree on anything enough to control it, including our ability to stop the eugenics programs destroying our health, money, relationships and future. To help counter this, check out the fantastic new single from Lupe Fiasco featuring Skylar Grey called "Words I Never Said", it really combines what we need to know with how we need to feel. Otherwise, enjoy watching the process. It's interesting.
"Some say they expect Illuminati,
Take my body to sleep,
Niggas at the party with they shotties,
Just as rowdy as me,
Before I flee computer chips,
I gotta deal wit brothas flippin',
I don't see no devils bleedin',
Only black blood drippin',
We can change?
Whatcha now say?"
- Tupac Shakur feat. The Outlawz, "They Don't Give A F--k About Us"
The Illuminati Hip-Hop Timeline
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XXL Magazine | February 11, 2011
In the current issue (March 2011) of XXL Magazine, hip-hop’s obsession with the Illuminati is investigated due to persistent rumors that linked rappers to the secret society for much of last year. Today’s rap superstars, like Jay-Z, Kanye West, Lil Wayne, have all been labeled as members of the clandestine organization founded by a German scholar in 1776. Though many of them have brushed off the accusations the rumors continue. And while the Illuminati hip-hop talk reached its peak in 2010, it’s not a new phenomenon to the genre.
“Position of Power” XXL‘s Feature on Hip-Hop’s Illuminati Obsession [March 2011 Feature Excerpt]
Are some of hip-hop’s biggest artists down with secret societies? XXL examines in this feature excerpt...
Rondell Conway | XXL Magazine | February 11, 2011
**THIS STORY ORIGINALLY APPEARS IN THE MARCH 2011 ISSUE OF XXL. ON SALE NOW**
“Niggas is telling me about this Illuminati shit while I’m in jail… That’s another way to keep your self-esteem low. That’s another way to keep you unconfident. And I’m putting the K ’cause I’m killing that Illuminati shit,” Tupac Shakur said about the Illuminati in a 1996 interview that later appeared on the 2001 Thug Immortal DVD. ’Pac, arguably hip-hop’s biggest rapper, first heard of the Illuminati—an alleged secret society founded by German scholar Adam Weishaupt in 1776—while serving time at upstate New York’s Clinton Correctional Facility on sexual assault charges in 1995. Fellow inmates attempted to school the famously rebellious rapper on the operational blueprint of the clandestine organization, whose members were supposedly uber-wealthy puppet masters controlling governments and banking systems while pulling the strings of politicians and entertainers.
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Danielle Harling | Hip Hop DX | February 11, 2011
A 20-year-old rapper/model passes away after undergoing illegal plastic surgery in Philadelphia.
Claudia Aderotimi, an up and coming rapper and model from East London, passed away earlier this week following a plastic surgery that took place in the United States.
The 20-year-old artist traveled to Philadelphia to receive illegal butt injections, but was later hospitalized with chest pains shortly after returning to the UK. Aderotimi passed away not too long after being hospitalized.
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Lupe Fiasco - Words I Never Said ft. Skylar Grey [AUDIO]
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Lupe Fiasco Gets Political On 'Words I Never Said'
Rapper addresses 9/11, manufactured foods, budget cuts and more on the LASERS track, featuring Skylar Grey.
Jayson Rodriguez | MTV News | February 1, 2011
Lupe Fiasco has never been one to shy away from sharing his thoughts, but on the rapper's latest single, "Words I Never Said," the outspoken MC unleashes a provocative sociopolitical rhyme packed with the passion of a cable pundit.
"I really think the war on terror is a bunch of bullsh--/ Just a poor excuse for you to use up your bullets/ How much money does it take to really make a full clip?" he raps over the driving production. "9/11, building 7, did they really pull it?/ And a bunch of other cover-ups, your child's future was the first to go with budget cuts/ If you think that hurts, wait, here comes the upper cut/ The school was garbage in the first place, that's on the up and up/ Keep you at the bottom but tease you with the upper crust/ You get it then they move it, so you never keeping up enough."
The track was produced by Alex Da Kid (Eminem, Rihanna, Paramore), and the British hitmaker hinted to MTV News earlier this month that the number would ruffle some feathers.
"It's politically charged, it's controversial, and it's Lupe being honest about his opinions on society," he said. "It's really cool. I like it."
"Words I Never Said" also finds Fiasco broaching subjects other than 9/11 controversies and the decline in American educational institutions.
The Chicago MC takes shots at President Obama and predatory lending practices and laments the unhealthy nature of manufactured foods. He urges listeners to be proactive in search of solutions.
"Just listening to 'Pac ain't gonna make it stop," he spits.
"It's so loud inside of my head with words that I should have said," Skylar Grey sings on the chorus. "As I drown in my regrets, I can't take back the words I never said."
The song is slated for Fiasco's next LP, LASERS, due March 8.
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