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No seriously.... WHO???!!!! Is responsible for this fuckery bullshit?! Tag them!!! And don't tell me that Eminem is great enough to be compared to Pac. Fuck that! Eminem is a great lyricist but he doesn't say ANYTHING worth talking about! Past your excitement over him rhyming multiple syllables to each other, what does he say that is prolific or even meaningful?? The deepest song that he has had that I've heard was cleaning out my closet or something. Eminem just be rhyming saying a bunch NOTHING. From a lyricist standpoint, yeah he is great. But when you're talking overall.... Fuck no.... Muthafucka barely even does interviews or interacts with anyone NOT on his dam payroll. How are you one of the greatest or on the level of one of the greatest when you can't even interact with your own dam fans?? But hey, I could be wrong. Dude could be out here doing all kinds of shit that I don't know about but as far as I can see from what I know he's a ultra introvert that is hyper lyrical with no REAL content as Joe Budden said. I've always thought that about him but the fact that he never spits a lame verse or a verse that made him sound like a complete idiot I didn't give it much thought. But, if you're going to compare HIM to Tupac Amaru Shakur.... Nah son.... Cut it out.... And to be honest, I was going to mention his race but how I feel about THIS has nothing to do with his race. He just isn't THAT overall great. Shit is deeper than JUST bars fool. If y'all want to make him the greatest, he is probably the greatest white rapper hands down. But when you start including Black M.C.'s.... Fuck no.... Like I said earlier..... Blasphemous heathens....the whole lot of ya! 😠😠😠 Via @mayonewsnetwork Tupac HendrixBrown repost picoftheday photooftheday hiphop rap rappers eminem 2pac BlackPeople BlackMen blackandwhite art BlackArt wow thuglife crazy artsy artist artwork artistic artistsoninstagram artgallery blackandwhitephotography instagood instagram: Who....ls responsible for THIS? @MayoNewsNetwork No seriously.... WHO???!!!! Is responsible for this fuckery bullshit?! Tag them!!! And don't tell me that Eminem is great enough to be compared to Pac. Fuck that! Eminem is a great lyricist but he doesn't say ANYTHING worth talking about! Past your excitement over him rhyming multiple syllables to each other, what does he say that is prolific or even meaningful?? The deepest song that he has had that I've heard was cleaning out my closet or something. Eminem just be rhyming saying a bunch NOTHING. From a lyricist standpoint, yeah he is great. But when you're talking overall.... Fuck no.... Muthafucka barely even does interviews or interacts with anyone NOT on his dam payroll. How are you one of the greatest or on the level of one of the greatest when you can't even interact with your own dam fans?? But hey, I could be wrong. Dude could be out here doing all kinds of shit that I don't know about but as far as I can see from what I know he's a ultra introvert that is hyper lyrical with no REAL content as Joe Budden said. I've always thought that about him but the fact that he never spits a lame verse or a verse that made him sound like a complete idiot I didn't give it much thought. But, if you're going to compare HIM to Tupac Amaru Shakur.... Nah son.... Cut it out.... And to be honest, I was going to mention his race but how I feel about THIS has nothing to do with his race. He just isn't THAT overall great. Shit is deeper than JUST bars fool. If y'all want to make him the greatest, he is probably the greatest white rapper hands down. But when you start including Black M.C.'s.... Fuck no.... Like I said earlier..... Blasphemous heathens....the whole lot of ya! 😠😠😠 Via @mayonewsnetwork Tupac HendrixBrown repost picoftheday photooftheday hiphop rap rappers eminem 2pac BlackPeople BlackMen blackandwhite art BlackArt wow thuglife crazy artsy artist artwork artistic artistsoninstagram artgallery blackandwhitephotography instagood instagram
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Repost @indigenouspride (@get_repost) ・・・ Tupac Amaru II exists in the consciousness of South American Indians, he is a mythological figure to Indigenous South American people, he is remembered by many as a fearless revolutionary, and a legendary full blooded Inca. However Tupac Amaru II had a lesser known name, José Gabriel Condorcanqui. Tupac Amaru II , perhaps the most legendary figure to come out of Indigenous Resistance in South America was a mixed blood, like myself, or perhaps you, the person reading this. Maybe you are Indigenous with European ancestry, maybe you are Indigenous with African ancestry, but let no one tell you that you are any less of a Indigenous American. "Foreign blood does not define us". - Tanupa That is not too say those of us mixed should not acknowledge our heritages in favor of one, but to instead reject the notions of ourselves as "halves" or "parts", when we can just as easily see ourselves as a people with multiple ancestries! Here are some of the people featured. —Osceola, a Seminole freedom fighter with Scottish and English ancestry, who famously stabbed an unjust treaty at the table it was proposed. —Leonard Peltier, of Lakota and French heritage, a modern native American freedom fighter still a political prisoners to this day. —Tupac Amaru II, a South American Indian who raised the largest indigenous revolutionary army in our history. —Quanah Parker, freedom fighter known for his predominantly native features with one striking exception of bluish gray eyes. —Radmilla Cody first Miss Navajo of African and Native American descent, singer and cultural preservationist —Billy Bowlegs Seminole historian and elder of Indigenous American and African descent. nativeamerican indigenouspride decolonize mestizo seminole navajo comanche lakota souix inca peru tahuantinsuyo ndn native nativeresistance panindigenous amerindian nicantlaca americanindian nativebeauty: Llindigenouspride MXBlooded Indians ake a pirierence a.n@IndigenousPride Osceola (Billy Powell) Seminole, Irish, Scottish and Englisłh Tupac Amaru II José Angel Gabriel) (Tahuantinsuyu and Spaniard) Quanah Parker Comanche and English Radmilla Cody Navajo and African Billy Bowlegs Seminole and African Repost @indigenouspride (@get_repost) ・・・ Tupac Amaru II exists in the consciousness of South American Indians, he is a mythological figure to Indigenous South American people, he is remembered by many as a fearless revolutionary, and a legendary full blooded Inca. However Tupac Amaru II had a lesser known name, José Gabriel Condorcanqui. Tupac Amaru II , perhaps the most legendary figure to come out of Indigenous Resistance in South America was a mixed blood, like myself, or perhaps you, the person reading this. Maybe you are Indigenous with European ancestry, maybe you are Indigenous with African ancestry, but let no one tell you that you are any less of a Indigenous American. "Foreign blood does not define us". - Tanupa That is not too say those of us mixed should not acknowledge our heritages in favor of one, but to instead reject the notions of ourselves as "halves" or "parts", when we can just as easily see ourselves as a people with multiple ancestries! Here are some of the people featured. —Osceola, a Seminole freedom fighter with Scottish and English ancestry, who famously stabbed an unjust treaty at the table it was proposed. —Leonard Peltier, of Lakota and French heritage, a modern native American freedom fighter still a political prisoners to this day. —Tupac Amaru II, a South American Indian who raised the largest indigenous revolutionary army in our history. —Quanah Parker, freedom fighter known for his predominantly native features with one striking exception of bluish gray eyes. —Radmilla Cody first Miss Navajo of African and Native American descent, singer and cultural preservationist —Billy Bowlegs Seminole historian and elder of Indigenous American and African descent. nativeamerican indigenouspride decolonize mestizo seminole navajo comanche lakota souix inca peru tahuantinsuyo ndn native nativeresistance panindigenous amerindian nicantlaca americanindian nativebeauty

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Repost @bone14nov (@get_repost) ・・・ (SWIPE LEFT) "The eagerly awaited 2Pac biopic “All Eyez On Me” has been given a release date for November 2016, but the film hasn’t come easy. Having undergone severe production delays, multiple director changes, in house lawsuits and even allegations of murder. It seems Tupac can’t escape controversy even in the after life. Tupac’s mother, Afeni Shakur Davis founded the Tupac Amaru Shakur foundation after her son was murdered in 1996 in Las Vegas. She oversaw the release of his posthumous albums and was in the process of executive producing All Eyez On Me, having been in discussions and negotiations with several major studios and production companies. Tupac touched so many people in his brief life so it was always Afeni’s wish to collaborate with the right people and in the right way, to get her son’s story out to the world. But the task was proving to be more difficult than expected with director reshuffles and in-house lawsuits that almost derailed the movie completely. One such incident was that of Morgan Creek Productions, who alleged in a Los Angeles Superior Court filing that Amaru Entertainment had backed out of an agreement to sell Tupac’s life rights for a film adaptation. Afeni Shakur quickly fired back at Morgan Creek, with a $10 million cross-complaint lawsuit that claimed a prearranged 2Pac biopic was never agreed upon, despite Creek’s allegations. Amaru Entertainment claimed that Morgan Creek, CEO James Robinson tried to strong-arm a deal for Tupac movie rights, then sabotaged the project when Amaru attempted to set it up elsewhere. “Instead of negotiating in good faith with [Amaru], they sought to obtain the rights by concocting a nonexistent ‘agreement’ and engaging in heavy-handed threats, coercion and intimidation to interfere with and ultimately destroy the film project,” With John Singleton and also Devil In A Blue Dress director Carl Franklin withdrawing early from the project, the chair was handed to acclaimed rap video director Benny Boom with former Death Row collaborator, L.T. Hutton overseeing as executive producer. Hutton, who started out as a producer in the early 90s, had already entered in to: Afeni's Non Approval of Tupac Biopic May Have Lead To Her Death by Karl Smith I Sep 17, 2016 REAL-TALK tu L bone nov Repost @bone14nov (@get_repost) ・・・ (SWIPE LEFT) "The eagerly awaited 2Pac biopic “All Eyez On Me” has been given a release date for November 2016, but the film hasn’t come easy. Having undergone severe production delays, multiple director changes, in house lawsuits and even allegations of murder. It seems Tupac can’t escape controversy even in the after life. Tupac’s mother, Afeni Shakur Davis founded the Tupac Amaru Shakur foundation after her son was murdered in 1996 in Las Vegas. She oversaw the release of his posthumous albums and was in the process of executive producing All Eyez On Me, having been in discussions and negotiations with several major studios and production companies. Tupac touched so many people in his brief life so it was always Afeni’s wish to collaborate with the right people and in the right way, to get her son’s story out to the world. But the task was proving to be more difficult than expected with director reshuffles and in-house lawsuits that almost derailed the movie completely. One such incident was that of Morgan Creek Productions, who alleged in a Los Angeles Superior Court filing that Amaru Entertainment had backed out of an agreement to sell Tupac’s life rights for a film adaptation. Afeni Shakur quickly fired back at Morgan Creek, with a $10 million cross-complaint lawsuit that claimed a prearranged 2Pac biopic was never agreed upon, despite Creek’s allegations. Amaru Entertainment claimed that Morgan Creek, CEO James Robinson tried to strong-arm a deal for Tupac movie rights, then sabotaged the project when Amaru attempted to set it up elsewhere. “Instead of negotiating in good faith with [Amaru], they sought to obtain the rights by concocting a nonexistent ‘agreement’ and engaging in heavy-handed threats, coercion and intimidation to interfere with and ultimately destroy the film project,” With John Singleton and also Devil In A Blue Dress director Carl Franklin withdrawing early from the project, the chair was handed to acclaimed rap video director Benny Boom with former Death Row collaborator, L.T. Hutton overseeing as executive producer. Hutton, who started out as a producer in the early 90s, had already entered in to

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Damn Repost @blondiecsaga ・・・ Smh ....old article resurfaced .The eagerly awaited 2Pac biopic “All Eyez On Me” has been given a release date for November 2016, but the film hasn’t come easy. Having undergone severe production delays, multiple director changes, in house lawsuits and even allegations of murder. It seems Tupac can’t escape controversy even in the after life. Tupac’s mother, Afeni Shakur Davis founded the Tupac Amaru Shakur foundation after her son was murdered in 1996 in Las Vegas. She oversaw the release of his posthumous albums and was in the process of executive producing All Eyez On Me, having been in discussions and negotiations with several major studios and production companies. Tupac touched so many people in his brief life so it was always Afeni’s wish to collaborate with the right people and in the right way, to get her son’s story out to the world. But the task was proving to be more difficult than expected with director reshuffles and in-house lawsuits that almost derailed the movie completely. One such incident was that of Morgan Creek Productions, who alleged in a Los Angeles Superior Court filing that Amaru Entertainment had backed out of an agreement to sell Tupac’s life rights for a film adaptation. Afeni Shakur quickly fired back at Morgan Creek, with a $10 million cross-complaint lawsuit that claimed a prearranged 2Pac biopic was never agreed upon, despite Creek’s allegations. Amaru Entertainment claimed that Morgan Creek, CEO James Robinson tried to strong-arm a deal for Tupac movie rights, then sabotaged the project when Amaru attempted to set it up elsewhere. With John Singleton and also Devil In A Blue Dress director Carl Franklin withdrawing early from the project, the chair was handed to acclaimed rap video director Benny Boom with former DeathRow collaborator, L.T. Hutton overseeing as executive producer. Hutton, who started out as a producer in the early 90s, had already entered in to a deal with Morgan Creek some years earlier after setting up his own movie company “Program Pictures”. It was this partnership with Morgan Creek that raised suspicions amongst some people in the industry as to Hutton’s motives. How could: Afeni's Non Approval of Tupac Biopic May Have Lead To Her Death by Karl Smith I Sep 17, 2016 REAL-TALK Damn Repost @blondiecsaga ・・・ Smh ....old article resurfaced .The eagerly awaited 2Pac biopic “All Eyez On Me” has been given a release date for November 2016, but the film hasn’t come easy. Having undergone severe production delays, multiple director changes, in house lawsuits and even allegations of murder. It seems Tupac can’t escape controversy even in the after life. Tupac’s mother, Afeni Shakur Davis founded the Tupac Amaru Shakur foundation after her son was murdered in 1996 in Las Vegas. She oversaw the release of his posthumous albums and was in the process of executive producing All Eyez On Me, having been in discussions and negotiations with several major studios and production companies. Tupac touched so many people in his brief life so it was always Afeni’s wish to collaborate with the right people and in the right way, to get her son’s story out to the world. But the task was proving to be more difficult than expected with director reshuffles and in-house lawsuits that almost derailed the movie completely. One such incident was that of Morgan Creek Productions, who alleged in a Los Angeles Superior Court filing that Amaru Entertainment had backed out of an agreement to sell Tupac’s life rights for a film adaptation. Afeni Shakur quickly fired back at Morgan Creek, with a $10 million cross-complaint lawsuit that claimed a prearranged 2Pac biopic was never agreed upon, despite Creek’s allegations. Amaru Entertainment claimed that Morgan Creek, CEO James Robinson tried to strong-arm a deal for Tupac movie rights, then sabotaged the project when Amaru attempted to set it up elsewhere. With John Singleton and also Devil In A Blue Dress director Carl Franklin withdrawing early from the project, the chair was handed to acclaimed rap video director Benny Boom with former DeathRow collaborator, L.T. Hutton overseeing as executive producer. Hutton, who started out as a producer in the early 90s, had already entered in to a deal with Morgan Creek some years earlier after setting up his own movie company “Program Pictures”. It was this partnership with Morgan Creek that raised suspicions amongst some people in the industry as to Hutton’s motives. How could

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When non-natives try to claim native history or claim they are the original natives, they will always make innacurate statements, simply because they are not authentically connected to the culture, and therefore any thing they see online will appear true or plausible to them. Case in point @Aboriginal_Willie is trying to show images of Tupac Amaru and claim the man on the right is a white washed version of his image despite the fact that these men are two different people, the man depicted in the left represents Topa Inca Amaru, also known as Tupac Amaru I, the man on the right is Jose Gabriel Condorcanqui, also known as Tupac Amaru II, they are two separate people separated by hundreds of years. Blatant disrespect of our culture and heroes should not be tolerated, it is not anti-black to preserve and teach accurate Indigenous history. If modern xicanos of an sjw bent wish to tell other Mexicans within the Decolonization Movement, that it is anti-black to refute afrocentric historical revisionism of Mexican history, I guess that's their business and an issue for them to resolve amongst one another, these on the other hand are my ancestors, and on my page I will make sure truth is taught about who we are. What I always say is, if these fraudulent "African Americans ain't African" types, were speaking the truth, they would not have to lie or use dishonest comparisons, furthermore for a group which constantly claims the truth is being suppressed, they have no problem blocking people or deleting comments that prove them wrong. Just because he blocked me or removed my comments doesn't change the truth. IndigenousPride NativeAmerican Native Quechua Kichwa Inca Inka Incas Tupac TupacAmaru TupacAmaruII Aboriginal CopperColored RealCopperColored Moors Muurs Hotep frauds: aboriginaLwillie 3 FRAUD THE5E ARE TWO DIFFERENT PEOPLE TUPACAMARU MHITE When non-natives try to claim native history or claim they are the original natives, they will always make innacurate statements, simply because they are not authentically connected to the culture, and therefore any thing they see online will appear true or plausible to them. Case in point @Aboriginal_Willie is trying to show images of Tupac Amaru and claim the man on the right is a white washed version of his image despite the fact that these men are two different people, the man depicted in the left represents Topa Inca Amaru, also known as Tupac Amaru I, the man on the right is Jose Gabriel Condorcanqui, also known as Tupac Amaru II, they are two separate people separated by hundreds of years. Blatant disrespect of our culture and heroes should not be tolerated, it is not anti-black to preserve and teach accurate Indigenous history. If modern xicanos of an sjw bent wish to tell other Mexicans within the Decolonization Movement, that it is anti-black to refute afrocentric historical revisionism of Mexican history, I guess that's their business and an issue for them to resolve amongst one another, these on the other hand are my ancestors, and on my page I will make sure truth is taught about who we are. What I always say is, if these fraudulent "African Americans ain't African" types, were speaking the truth, they would not have to lie or use dishonest comparisons, furthermore for a group which constantly claims the truth is being suppressed, they have no problem blocking people or deleting comments that prove them wrong. Just because he blocked me or removed my comments doesn't change the truth. IndigenousPride NativeAmerican Native Quechua Kichwa Inca Inka Incas Tupac TupacAmaru TupacAmaruII Aboriginal CopperColored RealCopperColored Moors Muurs Hotep frauds

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Happy G-Day To My Mentor, Father, Teacher, Leader, Artist, Poet, Revolutionary, Legend And The Realest Person Ever To Live On This World 'Tupac Amaru Shakur'(2Pac, Makaveli Da Don)🎈🍾💰More Love🙏🏾🌺♥️ Dear Tupac, I'm Your Biggest Stan. I Love You So Much. When Someone Asks Me Why I Love You So Much, Believe It Or Not I Can't Give'em A Solid Reason. Truth Is, There Ain't 'Nuff Wordz To Describe You And The Respect, Love I've For You. You're So Unique, Such A Wonderful Human Being. You're A Beautiful, Pure Soul. You Always Kept It Real. I Was Inspired By You And Your Life And It Has Made An Impact In My Life. I Been Listenin' To Your Music 'Til Today And You've Changed My Life Forever. Not Only Mine's..Everyone's. I've Learned So Many Thangs Thru Your Music. I Feel Da Struggles You Went Thru In Your Life...Like I'm Going Thru Now. 'Cause You And I Know How It Feels To Be Poor And Have Nothing. But You Were Strong 'Nuff To Hustle And Find A Way To Bloom Thru Da Cracks(Ghetto) And Become That Beautiful Flower You Always Talked 'Bout. I Watched My Momma Struggle Like Your Momma Did. My Mom Was In The A**y Like Your Momma Was In The Black Panther Movement. We Share Similar Situations But Big Difference. And I Feel That You're Speaking To Me Thru Your Music. I Want To Be Like You Pac. I Want To Have Your Mindset. You Taught Me To Be Myself And Don't Follow A Leader. That's Why I Act The Way I Act, 'Cause Nobody Acts Like Me. I Can't Get Compared To You All My Life. You Helped Me Deal With My Deep Inner Demons. I'm Living The THUG LIFE Code You've Had Created. I'm Tryna Find My Way In This World..I Wanna Be Somebody. I Wanna Overcome All Obstacles And Succeed. You Were On This Earth For A Purpose. A Purpose Of Making A Difference In People's Life Like Me Afta Your Death. I Wanna Do Da Same Thing Like You Did. I Wanna Change People's Life, Wanna Fight For My Country, To Have A Purpose While I'm Living. That's All Pac. I've Said Everything That I Had In My Mind. Tupac TupacShakur 2Pac Makaveli RIPTupac ThugLife HipHop 2PacShakur Outlawz TheLegend WestCoast Killuminati AllEyezOnMe Strictly4MyNIGGAZ GangstaRap LegendNeverDie 90s 2PacFan ForeverInMyHeart BigBrownGuy💪🏾💯: TE BABY ALLER TIAW MARTYR HOLOGRA Happy G-Day To My Mentor, Father, Teacher, Leader, Artist, Poet, Revolutionary, Legend And The Realest Person Ever To Live On This World 'Tupac Amaru Shakur'(2Pac, Makaveli Da Don)🎈🍾💰More Love🙏🏾🌺♥️ Dear Tupac, I'm Your Biggest Stan. I Love You So Much. When Someone Asks Me Why I Love You So Much, Believe It Or Not I Can't Give'em A Solid Reason. Truth Is, There Ain't 'Nuff Wordz To Describe You And The Respect, Love I've For You. You're So Unique, Such A Wonderful Human Being. You're A Beautiful, Pure Soul. You Always Kept It Real. I Was Inspired By You And Your Life And It Has Made An Impact In My Life. I Been Listenin' To Your Music 'Til Today And You've Changed My Life Forever. Not Only Mine's..Everyone's. I've Learned So Many Thangs Thru Your Music. I Feel Da Struggles You Went Thru In Your Life...Like I'm Going Thru Now. 'Cause You And I Know How It Feels To Be Poor And Have Nothing. But You Were Strong 'Nuff To Hustle And Find A Way To Bloom Thru Da Cracks(Ghetto) And Become That Beautiful Flower You Always Talked 'Bout. I Watched My Momma Struggle Like Your Momma Did. My Mom Was In The A**y Like Your Momma Was In The Black Panther Movement. We Share Similar Situations But Big Difference. And I Feel That You're Speaking To Me Thru Your Music. I Want To Be Like You Pac. I Want To Have Your Mindset. You Taught Me To Be Myself And Don't Follow A Leader. That's Why I Act The Way I Act, 'Cause Nobody Acts Like Me. I Can't Get Compared To You All My Life. You Helped Me Deal With My Deep Inner Demons. I'm Living The THUG LIFE Code You've Had Created. I'm Tryna Find My Way In This World..I Wanna Be Somebody. I Wanna Overcome All Obstacles And Succeed. You Were On This Earth For A Purpose. A Purpose Of Making A Difference In People's Life Like Me Afta Your Death. I Wanna Do Da Same Thing Like You Did. I Wanna Change People's Life, Wanna Fight For My Country, To Have A Purpose While I'm Living. That's All Pac. I've Said Everything That I Had In My Mind. Tupac TupacShakur 2Pac Makaveli RIPTupac ThugLife HipHop 2PacShakur Outlawz TheLegend WestCoast Killuminati AllEyezOnMe Strictly4MyNIGGAZ GangstaRap LegendNeverDie 90s 2PacFan ForeverInMyHeart BigBrownGuy💪🏾💯
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In Vilcabamba the Lord Manco Yupanqui watched, his armies, and the Inca loyalists, tucked away in the in the forest obscured by trees and the hums and songs of creatures of the forest. The Inca Empire founded in the year 1100 by Manco Inca I, would soon come to an end. It is possible that Manco Yupanqui, may have asked himself there, hidden in the forest, how it could have ever come to this? The Rebel King, who first treated the Spanish as brothers when they declared themselves to be sons of Viracocha (God), had allowed barbarians into his country, indugled their desires for gold, giving away willingly, only to ultimately be betrayed, imprisoned and tortured. Now, the Emperor, free, and with his people, would be the one to wage a bloody war against the Spaniards in his rebel kingdom in the forest. For 30 years the Empire, once based in Cuzco, would live on in Vilcabamba, waging guerilla warfare against the Spanish. Manco instigated civil wars between the the Spanish occupation forces and may have never been defeated if not for his trusting and gracious nature, just as his kingdom fell because of his invitation and love towards the Spaniards, so too would he. Lord Manco would be killed by Spanish refugees, who lived as his sons for many years in Vilcabamba, once the peeled ones (white men) were offered silver they turned on their friend, the Emperor, stabbing him to death as he ate with them. Manco's son Titu Cusi Yapanqui would rule another decade, before the Inca Empire finally fell in 1571, 30 years after the death of Francisco Pizarro, a man who according to eurocentric historians "defeated the Inca Empire". Titu Cusi Yapanqui surrendered, giving up his kingdom changing his name to Diego, and converted to Christianity. The Inca Resistance it appeared, had finally been crushed, that is until Titu's younger brother ascended to the throne, a young Inca, who would make history, a revolutionary Lord who was named Tupac Amaru. Written by: @IndigenousPride Decolonize Ecuador Peru Vilcabamba Inca Incas Quechuas Kichwas SouthAmerican Tahuantinsuyo Tawantinsuyu AmericanIndian SouthAmerican TupacAmaru indigenous nativeamerican Native NicanTlaca ndn: Lord Manco Inca Yupanqui's Rebel Kingdom in the Forest Written bye IndigenousPride The Final Days of the Tahuantinsuyo Empire In Vilcabamba the Lord Manco Yupanqui watched, his armies, and the Inca loyalists, tucked away in the in the forest obscured by trees and the hums and songs of creatures of the forest. The Inca Empire founded in the year 1100 by Manco Inca I, would soon come to an end. It is possible that Manco Yupanqui, may have asked himself there, hidden in the forest, how it could have ever come to this? The Rebel King, who first treated the Spanish as brothers when they declared themselves to be sons of Viracocha (God), had allowed barbarians into his country, indugled their desires for gold, giving away willingly, only to ultimately be betrayed, imprisoned and tortured. Now, the Emperor, free, and with his people, would be the one to wage a bloody war against the Spaniards in his rebel kingdom in the forest. For 30 years the Empire, once based in Cuzco, would live on in Vilcabamba, waging guerilla warfare against the Spanish. Manco instigated civil wars between the the Spanish occupation forces and may have never been defeated if not for his trusting and gracious nature, just as his kingdom fell because of his invitation and love towards the Spaniards, so too would he. Lord Manco would be killed by Spanish refugees, who lived as his sons for many years in Vilcabamba, once the peeled ones (white men) were offered silver they turned on their friend, the Emperor, stabbing him to death as he ate with them. Manco's son Titu Cusi Yapanqui would rule another decade, before the Inca Empire finally fell in 1571, 30 years after the death of Francisco Pizarro, a man who according to eurocentric historians "defeated the Inca Empire". Titu Cusi Yapanqui surrendered, giving up his kingdom changing his name to Diego, and converted to Christianity. The Inca Resistance it appeared, had finally been crushed, that is until Titu's younger brother ascended to the throne, a young Inca, who would make history, a revolutionary Lord who was named Tupac Amaru. Written by: @IndigenousPride Decolonize Ecuador Peru Vilcabamba Inca Incas Quechuas Kichwas SouthAmerican Tahuantinsuyo Tawantinsuyu AmericanIndian SouthAmerican TupacAmaru indigenous nativeamerican Native NicanTlaca ndn

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