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  • thetablesareorangetoGenZhouWas Tupac a comrade
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    2 years ago

    oh please if anything I’m bored, do you think this is the first time ive had any of these discussions? want to circle back to nuclear power I got maybe 0.1% of nuclear power take out back there… tupac, black panthers, bloods and crips, how about suge knight? umm crack cocaine and the CIA? Cointelpro? just things I gossip about when bored I guess, small talk really… I also have to go through this nonsense with hip hop fans, like “guys im actually a communist, I actually know this stuff like the back of my hand, I do communist things all the time please believe me Stalin was not planning to kill all the white people.” lol… Nothing wrong with conspiracy theories, I tell people Reagan invented AIDS and crack all the time, doesn’t mean I believe it.


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    2 years ago

    Good idea start with the wiki page

    Curtis Austin states that by late 1968, Black Panther ideology had evolved from black nationalism to become more a “revolutionary internationalist movement”: [The Party] dropped its wholesale attacks against whites and began to emphasize more of a class analysis of society. Its emphasis on Marxist–Leninist doctrine and its repeated espousal of Maoist statements signaled the group’s transition from a revolutionary nationalist to a revolutionary internationalist movement. Every Party member had to study Mao Tse-tung’s “Little Red Book” to advance his or her knowledge of peoples’ struggle and the revolutionary process

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_Panther_Party#Late_1968





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    you just seem to be hellbent on twisting my words, youre like all angry and raging about yet another thing I never said, so im just gonna ignore you and wait for you to start criticizing the next thing the voices in your head are telling you im saying



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    I dont understand why I have to keep repeating the same things over and over. I literally said multiple times I’m fan of his, I’m a fan of rap music, I literally posted a rap video here yesterday …and you’re asking why I’m so angry at the thought that tupac had good ideas… what? i don’t even know what to say…





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    2 years ago

    they didn’t promote themselves as maoists especially not at first it was about black liberation, alot of people were surprised to learn including their own members they had such socialist views. The news declared them the black version of the KKK if you recall






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    so every single gay rights, womens rights, racial or indigenous theyre all secretly communists trying to take over the world? anyone the KKK calls a communist to you is a communist?.. Huey Newton would be another story, if this was a thread about him I would say yes, because he said words like capitalism and socialism all the time




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    No the organization was not, you can read alot of bobby seal and cleaver and you can tell they were very outspoken against capitalism and promoted socialism, but the main org was about black liberation. They did not walk around waving hammsick logos calling themselves maoists