6-16-71 til 9-13-96
2pac Amaru Shakur
AN ESSAY ON THE RISE AND FALL OF MISTA-FUCK-A-COP THE HIP-HOP GENERATIONS NEWEST MARTYR
Written and Researched by RAGE
© 1996 Daundaground.com , raceforthetimes.com
Rest Afrikan prophet, rest. Tupac Shakur, a self proclaimed warrior, an artist, a poet an actor and a rapper. All Afrikan men in Amerikkka must learn a lesson of survival. We have been told of Darwin’s’ theory of the “survival of the fittest,” and we have said on the street “only the strong survive;” so how can we relate this to our experience and existence. Afrikan men are trapped in a racist, oppressive capitalist system, which feeds on our destruction; we are living in Babylon itself. So in this race for survival we must chose our methods, and our weapons of defense. The path we take in our lives is our choice.... or is it?
Afrikan men are trapped in a racist, oppressive capitalist system, which feeds on Black Men’s destruction. Tupac Shakur was just another Black Man caught in Babylon that is now gone too soon...or was he?
With all that this brother had lived through in his 25 years we must attempt to draw reasonable conclusions from his life and legacy.
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