MAN WHO DEFACED TUPAC STATUE EXPLAINS ACTIONS: Kenneth Anthony Wilson says it was a stand against gangsta rap.
*Kenneth Anthony Wilson, the African American man who defaced a statue of Tupac Shakur at a center bearing his name in Stone Mountain, GA, has released a statement detailing the reason behind his actions.
"Yes I defaced that statue of Tupac Shakur because the center is a cancer on the community," said Wilson, according to Allhiphop.com. "For we reap what we sow…Tupac Shakur is no messiah, that's why when he stuck his dumbass on his album cover and claimed he was not disrespecting Jesus Christ, God crucified his evil ass before the album came out."
Wilson says he believes Tupac and his mother, Afeni Shakur, are misleading the youth through the late rapper's image and message.
"Tupac Shakur is not only a rapist and murderer of his own people, his center of the arts is in the business of molesting the young minds of our youths into believing that Thug Life is the American Dream," Wilson continued in the statement.
"Since Afeni Shakur insists on lying to the youth at her center that her son is the Messiah and he died for the sake of them…So she resurrects a statue of Tupac Shakur dressed as a reverend with the Holy Bible in his right hand… Death Row Records did not destroy Tupac Shakur; smoking crack when he was in her womb did! Tupac Shakur was not only weak he was a complete fool who never for one minute practiced what he preached."
Wilson also said he hopes a court system will some day prove that his destructive actions were justified on moral grounds.
"I have every intention of proving in a court of law not only the hypocrisy of the Tupac Shakur center, but also its immorality, injustice, and illegality," Wilson said.
The 43-year-old was arrested on Oct. 22 for defacing Tupac's statue with handbills of threats against the
center, other rappers, and record labels. Initial hate crime charges were dropped due to Wilson being black and there being no racial motivation in the
threats. His trial date has not yet been scheduled.
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PS.. below is the full statement from Kenneth Anthony
First let me apologize for the length of this update.
Reppin for Pac at times is not an easy task. Yes Pac had so many people who loved him, but he also had many haterz.
This is a press release (**THOSE WITH SITES FEEL FREE TO POST IF YOU WISH - IT WAS SENT TO US AS A PRESS RELEASE); we received entitled:
WHY I DEFACED THE STATUE OF TUPAC SHAKUR!!! by KENNETH ANTHONY WILSON
Kenneth Anthony Wilson is the man charged with the defacing of the Statue of Tupac at the arts center in Stone Mountain Georgia.
He wanted us to put it on the site, but we decided that would not be a good idea for us - but we wanted to pass it along in fairness to you loyal fans, because according to Mr. Wilson he wanted to know if we had the 'balls' to let his side be told.
So here it is, give me some feedback, this just shows that Tupac is soooo misunderstood by many.
The cloud will cause two suns to appear:
The big mastiff will howl all night
When the great pontiff will change country.
The Case of the Missing H-Bomb
by Jeffrey St. Clair
Things go missing. It's to be expected. Even at the Pentagon. Last October, the Pentagon's inspector general reported that
the military's accountants had misplaced a destroyer, several tanks and armored personnel carriers, hundreds of machine guns,
rounds of ammo, grenade launchers and some surface-to-air missiles.In all, nearly $8 billion in weapons were AWOL.
Those anomalies are bad enough. But what's truly chilling is the fact that the Pentagon has lost track of
the mother of all weapons, a hydrogen bomb. The thermonuclear weapon, designed to incinerate Moscow, has been sitting
somewhere off the coast of Savannah, Georgia for the past 40 years. The Air Force has gone to greater lengths to conceal the
mishap than to locate the bomb and secure it.
On the night of February 5, 1958 a B-47 Stratojet bomber carrying a hydrogen bomb on a night training flight off the
Georgia coast collided with an F-86 Saberjet fighter at 36,000 feet. The collision destroyed the fighter and severely
damaged a wing of the bomber, leaving one of its engines partially dislodged. The bomber's pilot, Maj. Howard Richardson,
was instructed to jettison the H-bomb before attempting a landing. Richardson dropped the bomb into the shallow
waters of Warsaw Sound, near the mouth of the Savannah River, a few miles from the city of Tybee Island, where he
believed the bomb would be swiftly recovered.
MONTH & DAY 2-5 = 2+5 = 7 DAY THEORY
2+5 = 7 = DURING 43RD PRESIDENCY
2+5 = 7 = DURING PAPACY OF POPE BENEDICT 16TH
And they, whether they will hear, or whether they will forbear,
(for they are a rebellious house,)
yet shall know that there hath been a prophet among them.
The Pentagon recorded the incident in a top secret memo to the chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission.
The memo has been partially declassified: "A B-47 aircraft with a [word redacted] nuclear weapon aboard was damaged
in a collision with an F-86 aircraft near Sylvania, Georgia, on February 5, 1958. The B-47 aircraft attempted three times
unsuccessfully to land with the weapon. The weapon was then jettisoned visually over water off the mouth of the
Savannah River. No detonation was observed."
Soon search and rescue teams were sent to the site. Warsaw Sound was mysteriously cordoned off by Air Force troops.
For six weeks, the Air Force looked for the bomb without success. Underwater divers scoured the depths, troops tromped
through nearby salt marshes, and a blimp hovered over the area attempting to spot a hole or crater in the beach or swamp.
Then just a month later, the search was abruptly halted. The Air Force sent its forces to Florence, South Carolina, where
another H-bomb had been accidentally dropped by a B-47. The bomb's 200 pounds of TNT exploded on impact,
sending radioactive debris across the landscape. The explosion caused extensive property damage and several injuries
on the ground. Fortunately, the nuke itself didn't detonate.
The search teams never returned to Tybee Island, and the affair of the missing H-bomb was discreetly covered up.
The end of the search was noted in a partially declassified memo from the Pentagon to the AEC, in which the
Air Force politely requested a new H-bomb to replace the one it had lost. "The search for this weapon was
discontinued on 4-16-1958 and the weapon is considered irretrievably lost. It is requested that one [phrase redacted]
weapon be made available for release to the DOD as a replacement."
2 An unscrupulous, ruthless or unethical person.