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CIA War Against Bob Marley and Reggae-Rasta Culture

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CIA War Against Bob Marley and Reggae-Rasta Culture - Excerpting from HIGH CRIMES OF MURDER, we look deep into the history of the period in Jamaica from the 1970's and 1980's when four U.S. government agencies all sought to undermine the socialist leanings of the government of Michael Manley, as well as attacked the dynamically expanding reggae and Rasta culture. Bob Marley and Peter Tosh rose to become two of the most outspoken revolutionary leaders of this era. As well, the spread of revolutionary ideology across African and throughout the world was definitely associated with the difusion of reggae music. Our investigation also covers the role of the CIA in numerous assassination attempts against many developing world leaders. Was the death of Bob Marley of cancer in 1981 the result of a conspiracy against the Rasta pioneer? These and many more critical revelations are covered in today's study. (LIBMP3-3565)

CIA War Against Bob Marley and Reggae-Rasta Culture - Excerpting from HIGH CRIMES OF MURDER, we look deep into the history of the period in Jamaica from the 1970's and 1980's when four U.S. government agencies all sought to undermine the socialist le
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