Death & Resurrection of Tupac Shakur

Death & Resurrection of Tupac Shakur

On the night of September 7, 1996, the MSM reported that Tupac Amaru Shakur – born, according to Wikipedia, Lesane Parish Crooks – was shot and killed by an unknown assailant after attending a boxing match in Las Vegas.

However, as has been proved time and again, when it comes to pop stars, sometimes they die, resurrect, and live to tell their own story.

Turns out, such was the case with the “late” gangster rapper and Hollywood actor Tupac Shakur.

The artificially created tastes of low brow popular culture have conditioned entire generations to believe the terms “gangster” and “rapper” are synonymous.

But, as everyone shall soon witness in an upcoming video excerpt, the comedian identified as the host actor who once portrayed the “late” but legendary “gangster rapper” “Tupac Shakur” thinks otherwise.

In fact, as everyone shall hear the comedian, identified as Tupac Amaru Shakur’s host actor, put it, he believes the term “gangster rapper” exists as an “oxymoron.’

He would, after all, know very well.

The comedian’s performance exists as prima facie evidence of the duplicity of those helping to perpetrate the phenomenon of Post-Modern Reality Simulation. On the one hand, while Tupac Amaru Shakur’s host actor denounces the “pimping” of gangster rap by his Jesuit masters upon the African-American youth of America, years earlier, he allowed himself, while posing as a “gangster” rapper, to be utilized as an agent of social chaos.

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Michael Corleone a royal Rolling Stone? Part II

Michael Corleone a royal Rolling Stone? Part II

The more astute among you may have already guessed at the true royal identity behind the mask of the Hollywood actor known as “Al Pacino” from the information (and the subtle clues) published in Part I.

Nevertheless, on behalf of those who haven’t bothered to venture a guess, we shall now proceed to the conclusion of our ongoing investigation.

After Pacino’s genuine identity has been revealed, it will no longer remain a mystery as to why the Rolling Stones have been able to fill stadiums with capacity audiences nearly five decades on from their inception back in the mid-1960’s and continue to be promoted to the popular forefront of classic rock artists. Continue reading “Michael Corleone a royal Rolling Stone? Part II”

“Boss” Springsteen: Working class hero or imposter?

The ruling elites, those who have monopolized the music and entertainment industries, love nothing more than to fashion monikers for their pet projects that also serve as cruel, inside jokes on the public.

In the case of Bruce “the Boss” Springsteen, the triumph of marketing has somehow persuaded the masses that a man who resides within the environs of Beverly Hills can still be considered a “hero” of the working class.

Such is the power of the colorful images created by the media sorcerers.

The solidification and perpetuation of the mythical popular acclaim often afforded to archetypical celebrity characters such as Springsteen, those legendary figures created and incessantly promoted by the music/entertainment/industrial complex, relies almost solely on the strength and effectiveness of such images.

The machinery of myth that creates character images like “The Boss” is identical to that Freemasonic alchemical/occult process which created and has for centuries, continued to perpetuate the exoteric, biblical myth of Christ.

But, as loyal readers have come to expect from the author here at Newsspell, those cherished images are about to be shattered.

Like a trail of breadcrumbs left for anyone willing to follow, clues as to the genuine identity of Springsteen’s host actor have been sprinkled within the narratives of popular television shows and on the pages of magazines and periodicals, relics buried deep beneath the surface of popular culture’s vast landscape. Though largely clandestine, they are nevertheless hidden in plain sight, daring to be unearthed by an investigation inspired by curiosity and persistent diligence.

Well, here and now, one shall proceed to offer the results of one’s expository investigation.

There shall be an added bonus with this installment, however – the identity of the host actor who portrayed not only a member of the Beatles, but a seminal “heavy metal” rock act that also featured our old friend Mister Barry Diller/US President Eisenhower AKA Prince Eduard von Furstenberg as a lead vocalist.

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