Rapper Tupac Shakur's 1996 murder has witnessed one conspiracy theory after another. Some say that the artist is still alive, while others believe that the Illuminati were behind his death. Of these two ideas, the former is likely little more than an urban legend. However, the latter one is most likely true. There is a catch though. The secret order set it up to generate conspiracy theories and hoaxes.
Like all evil regimes in history, the Illuminati are masters of propaganda and know how to manipulate our thoughts. They're damn good at it too, but they make mistakes. Tupac's murder was intended to distract people from such mistakes. To put this in other words, this was all done to create conspiracy theories and to make those who want to expose the Illuminati look foolish.
Here's some explanations. Gangsta rap is generally held in low esteem by most of the population due to its emphasis on violence, gangs, and drugs (this is also part of the Illuminati's ploy to control minds, but that's another story). Because of the lack of respect afforded to the genre, this is where the society's masters decided to plant their conspiracy. Part of the Illuminati's image is one of intelligence and refinement, and they don't like being associated with the seedier sides of life. While they pursue their goal of world domination (approximately 50% complete), they need to send their opponents chasing after shadows. Who would think that such high and mighty people would care about gangsta rap? That would be most of the population, and that's the genius of the whole plot. As conspiracy theorists work out the motives and means for Tupac's murder, the skeptics will laugh and scoff at them thinking that even if the Illuminati existed, they would be "too good" to get involved in affairs like the East Coast-West Coast rivalry.
Let's discuss some of the points that make the whole Tupac scenario a deliberate effort on the part of the Illuminati to create conspiracies. The first point is the title of Tupac's last album, "The Don Killuminati: The 7 Day Theory." This is too obvious to be part of the subtle messaging that the Illuminati usually uses like hidden symbols and texts. Of course, Tupac was slain almost immediately after recording it, and his producer, Suge Knight, got it released after his death. Between the murder and the obvious Illuminati symbols, this reeks of a conspiracy, and there definitely was one too.
Were the Illuminati behind Tupac's death? Yes, but not for the reasons we may think. The rap star's murder was part of an even greater ploy, one used to discredit conspiracy theorists. The notion that Tupac was eliminated because he wanted to start an underground movement is just plain erroneous and is exactly what the Illuminati want us to believe. It's also the same thing that is said about Kurt Cobain's death, and that is the ultimate mistake that the Illuminati was working to correct. Cobain's "suicide" sparked many theories (many of which are highly credible), and what better way is there to deal with conspiracy theories except by creating more of them! With the Tupac theories running amok on the internet and popular culture, the Illuminati have successfully distracted even their most dedicated opponents. That is their victory and the reasons why Tupac was just one more casualty in their quest to rule the world.
For more on how the Illuminati uses gangsta rap as a brainwashing device, check out the following article http://illuminatiwatchdog.blogspot.com/2014/07/why-illuminati-created-gangsta-rap.html
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