23 September 2013

Operation Sedgwick and MK Ultra PT 2: Prince Ea

Soooooo..the day is here. Robert Connors claimed that today (Monday, September 23rd) was the day he would provide proof of Operation Sedgwick if the DOD did not come clean. He was not able to post the video on his YouTube page but managed to add a link:

What is certain is that it is once again Mr.Connors. Connors speaks for about 30 seconds before we see a  music video. It contains classified "documented footage by researcher Richard Williams" (aka Prince Ea) who also wants to expose Operation Sedgwick. We then see a very weird music video. The emcee's lyrics all have to do with this Hip-Hop conspiracy. It is not as bad as I thought it would be (since the dude starts off with a blond wig and lipstick, and don't forget the cats). The end of the song is crazy, very creepy. The video ends with a person in a dark room making a call: "Yo, they got Prince [Ea] man. This shit is way f**kin crazier then what I expected."

So I did some research. Not a lot since we want to get this video out to the masses. In the end I think the point is for uall to do the research as well. So basically proved to be a very elaborate promotion for an upcoming project for Prince Ea. I haven't heard of him before but from what I found, I like. This St.Louis emcee dropped his first mixtape in 08. In 09 he began the Make SMART (Sophisticating Millions And Revolutionizing Thought) Cool movement due to the present state of Hip-Hop. Their purpose is to: "promote intelligence to everyone, everywhere and integrate it with hip-hop. To create and nurture, without discrimination or preference, a community of free-thinking individuals under the singular purpose of promoting the ideals of education, intelligence, unity and creativity throughout the world at large." 

So I started writing this whole article (it was very very long..very) about the present state of Hip-Hop and all that mess. But I think for right now I will push that aside to spotlight this young man and his movement. He is very creative and deserves to at least have us hear what he has to say. If only for the immense originality of the "Connor" videos. 

Check out his site: http://www.princeea.com/
And his twitter: https://twitter.com/PrinceEa

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