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The Assassination Of Tupac Shakur: Who Did The Crime? Jewish Terrorists, That’s Who!

by Jonathan Azaziah

It has been 20 years since Tupac Amaru Shakur was assassinated… not murdered, but ASSASSINATED. Everybody under the sun has been blamed for the crime–the FBI, Suge Knight, Puffy, White Supremacists, “organized crime”, the pigs (allegedly in revenge for the actions of Pac’s godmother, Assata Shakur), a few OGs even said to me that the order came from the White House itself. Everybody under the sun indeed. Everybody under the sun that is, EXCEPT the ACTUAL culprit: the Jewish Defense League (JDL), which the feds once called the most dangerous terrorist organization in the United States, but never actively pursued it as they should have because of heavy pressure from the Zionist Lobby based on hideous, baseless accusations of “Anti-Semitism”. Continue reading The Assassination Of Tupac Shakur: Who Did The Crime? Jewish Terrorists, That’s Who!

Masterpiece: Anuragi’s “Aazadi” Could Be The Anthem For The Entire Southeast Asia Subcontinent

by Jonathan “Madd Cold” Azaziah

Every so often, there is a song that comes along that transcends the boundaries of genre, culture, nationality, language and creed. It just vibrates on that frequency of justice and resonates with all people from all backgrounds who have experienced oppression in one form of another. Marvin Gaye’s “What’s Going On?” comes to mind, as does Grandmaster Flash and The Furious Five’s “The Message”, Peter Tosh’s ” No Nuclear War”, Public Enemy’s “Fight The Power”, Michael Jackson’s “They Don’t Care About Us” and “Earth Song”, Tupac Shakur’s “Changes”, and, in this era of Zionist hegemony, my own “Death To ‘Israel'”. It’s time to add Anuragi’s “Aazadi” to the list, preferably towards the very top. This exceptionally gorgeous piece of music, from the spine-tingling sound filled with mean guitar riffs and an infectious melody to the incandescently inspiring lyrics, is nothing less than a masterpiece. Continue reading Masterpiece: Anuragi’s “Aazadi” Could Be The Anthem For The Entire Southeast Asia Subcontinent

The Hip-Hop Nakba: Just Like Palestine, Our Culture Needs Liberation From Its Jewish Occupiers

by Jonathan “Madd Cold” Azaziah

It’s about to get madd politically incorrect up in this muhfucka, so stop reading right now if you’re with that bullshit. On this 68th Nakba Day, I am oddly– or maybe not so oddly at all considering the context–thinking about the Nakba in Hip-Hop. Indeed our culture of Beats, Rhymes and Life is just as colonized as Palestine on both the cultural and political levels. My younger brother Jared Azaziah aka super-producer Dark Night sent me a video just last week of all-time great MC Joe Budden, the most personal and emotionally honest MC ever, speaking in no uncertain terms that the entire rap industry is not controlled by those personalities and figureheads that you see on the surface but an “underworld of Jewish bosses above them that we never see”. Continue reading The Hip-Hop Nakba: Just Like Palestine, Our Culture Needs Liberation From Its Jewish Occupiers

Demented: Occupying, Usurping, Colonizing Ethiopian-‘Israeli’ Jews Cite Tupac Shakur As Inspiration

by Jonathan Azaziah

If this isn’t the very personification of cognitive dissonance, I seriously don’t know what is. Here we have Ethiopian-‘Israeli’ ‘rappers’ (or as my fam Khanverse likes to call them, wackers), who are part and parcel of the Zionist settlement project and squatting on Palestinian-Arab land that ain’t theirs, citing the late, great Tupac Shakur as their main influence, because, get this, he represented a struggle against racism and oppression. Astounding. Continue reading Demented: Occupying, Usurping, Colonizing Ethiopian-‘Israeli’ Jews Cite Tupac Shakur As Inspiration