Dr. Mutulu Shakur is not only someone I admire as a respected revolutionary, only wanting what is rightfully owed, but as time went by and I continued to volunteer, he became a dear friend…and blessing me with a link to Tupac Shakur, his step son and the man Tupac looked to as a mentor. He is the most brilliant, kind-hearted, generous and loving soul you’ll ever meet… He took me in as a volunteer on big projects when I was young because he knew I needed a father figure; a role model. I am beyond thankful for the blessing of knowing him.
However, because he is an intelligent and well-educated (meaning, in truth) Black man the government in America doesn’t want him free. Why would they? I hope anyone reading this knows who Dr. Mutulu Shakur is, if not, please take time to learn.
Since I’ve known him, over a decade now, and far before that, the parole board has been screwing him and other political prisoners around- denying them parolee for no reason, keeping them incarcerated for no crimes committed while the violent KKK not only walk our streets, but are members of our government in America.
Please watch this short clip of a documentary; check out his website and spread the word…. This is the least we can do for a man who fought for nothing but equality, peace and love only to be damned by those who are afraid of his brilliance and strength; his role as a strong, Black male. He may become a role model, after all, and the government do not want that.
If you think I am a one prone to conspiracies, think again. I have official documentation to prove all I say and am in the middle of working on that among other.