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Muhammad Ali Was Silenced And Murdered

Muhammad Ali was murdered

Reports have surfaced suggesting Muhammad Ali was injected with a drug known to cause Parkinson’s disease in the late 70s as part of a plot by the US government to strip its most influential, charismatic and dangerous critic of his voice and physical strength.

Injection of methyl phenyl tetrahydropyrinide (MPTP), an amphetamine, causes ‘rapid onset of Parkinsonism’ according to the drug’s toxicity report.  In 1976 Barry Kidston, a chemistry graduate from Maryland, injected himself with MPTP and within three days began displaying symptoms of Parkinson’s disease.

Muhammad Ali was examined by the Mayo Clinic in 1981 and the world was told he had mild dementia pugilistica – a condition common among boxers.  And as the years went by, the world accepted the idea that his boxing career bought on his Parkinson’s disease.

Because it made sense, right?  Well actually, no.  There are no other cases of dementia pugilistica developing into Parkinson’s disease.  It just doesn’t happen.  Plenty of boxers have taken much worse, more regular blows than Ali throughout their careers and none of them have developed Parkinson’s disease via dementia.

If reports are correct and Ali was injected with MPTP at the Mayo Clinic, then the government may have pulled off the perfect crime – nobody raised an eyebrow or asked any questions.   The world simply accepted that Ali’s transition from dangerous radical to cuddly icon was due to a disease caused by his boxing career.

Mayo Clinic

But Muhammad Ali’s own neurologist, Dr Abraham Lieberman, has dismissed that explanation, saying it wasn’t taking blows to the head that caused the disease. Neither was it genetic. Lieberman says it is ‘impossible’ to know what the cause was.

“People ask me about this and I tell them: look at George Foreman. He boxed longer than Muhammad did, took many more blows to the head and he’s on television selling his cookware.”

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Former fighter Freddie Roach, now Manny Pacquiao’s trainer, acquired Parkinson’s in 1990, but it manifests differently – he never shakes and can converse almost normally.  It is said that Roach is able to control the disease through medication, injections, and actively training other fighters. His doctors say that his excellent hand eye coordination has slowed down the debilitation of the disease.

But if this is the case then surely Ali’s extraordinary hand eye coordination would have prevented his condition from being so incapacitating that it quickly destroyed his ability to speak articulately – arguably his greatest gift of all. And if Freddie Roach can control his condition with medication and training, then surely Ali could have done the same.

The differences in their conditions can be explained.  Freddie Roach doesn’t pose a threat to the government.  Muhammad Ali did.

Silenced

It is easy to forget what a dangerous outsider Muhammad Ali was before having his voice silenced.  The most famous draft resister in history, he mixed with Martin Luther King and Malcolm X.  The Nixon and Johnson administrations bugged his phone.

Most people express their faith and beliefs but risk very little, but Muhammad Ali risked everything – his career, his family, and his finances. He was an enemy of the establishment, and he was willing to fight for his beliefs. He had his professional boxing license revoked in the prime of his career for his refusal to fight in the Vietnam war.  He was sentenced to five years in jail.

But they couldn’t break him. The Louisville Lip, as he was dubbed early in his career, just became stronger and more influential.

As far as the establishment was concerned, Ali was blessed with the most dangerous quality of all – charisma. He had the uncanny ability to make you like and admire him even if you were didn’t agree with what he stood for.  Even the KKK were susceptible to his charms.

No athlete, politician, or preacher ever had a voice quite like his or used it as effectively as he did.  If he was that effective while dedicating his mind, body and soul to life inside the ring, imagine how successful he could have been after retirement when he planned to use his mind, body and soul to make changes outside the ring.

Muhammad Ali and Malcolm X

Martin Luther King was assassinated.  Malcolm X was assassinated.  Muhammad Ali, too big a name to be taken out in a messy assassination, was silenced.

It wasn’t his plan to end up as a loveable, cuddly establishment icon.  He didn’t want to be revered as a sanctified sports star.  Muhammad Ali was a powerful, dangerous political figure.  He may have died in 2016, but the world lost him when his voice and strength were taken away in the late 70s.

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  • Robert Bass

    This makes a lot of sense

    • Mira

      I was going to say the same….very sad for poor Ali .

  • Derek Mullings

    So you silence someone by injecting him with something that incapacitates him decades later? Great silencing. Why not get a hit man to shoot him and blame a patsy? America has a history of that. This story is bullshit.

    • Linda Fritz

      Not bullshit. The elite has all kinds of way to silence you. and kill you. wake up!

      • Derek Mullings

        If they wanted to damage Ali they wouldn’t use a method that takes years to come into effect. They killed JFK, MLK, RFK and others quickly enough. You’re the who needs to wake up.

        • Geoff C

          It didn’t take years to come into effect, he developed Parkinson’s straightaway. He has been silenced since the early 80s.

          • Tammy GILBERT

            folks was soooooooo glad to cause he did some talk now i was little and he mademe un easy because the adults around me was.now everybody love him really.dude said that on cnn the other night soooooo glad he said that.he sold his likness for 50 millon in 2006 to a billionare

        • Seti

          You haven’t opened your real eyes yet

          • Derek Mullings

            Really? It’s impossible for 19 Arabs to board four planes without being picked up by airport CCTV. Israel bombed the USS Liberty in 1967, killing many US servicemen. The objective was to blame Egypt and force America to invade. The same people who killed JFK are the same crowd who tried to overthrow Roosevelt, and financed Hitler. How real would you like my eyes to be?

          • Baset Sekhmet-Iyabinghi

            And you beLIEve that story Derek?! I am to beLIEve that 19 people boarded four planes with box cutters and took over with more than an average of 150 people on each plane not counting the flight staff??? With box cutters. I lived in NYC when this happened! I knew something was amiss with this story from the moment it happened! I had gone running that morning on the west side. After I was finished I ran to Lenox and 128th st. to a corner store own by Jamaicans to get the Daily News. When I walked in one of the brothers said to me. Sis a plane landed in one of the twin towers and I remember a chill ran thru me and I looked at him and I said to him directly and seriously. Babylon is burning! As a young person growing up in Jamaica with a fascination for Rastafari I had heard the elders predicting this to happen in the US. When I move to NYC, I met a Rastafari brother who was an artist. His name was Jamal Pete. He had done a painting in 1984 with the twin towers in the middle of it and both towers were on fire and a plane was flying towards them! One the left of the painting was a picture of Marcus Garvey’s Black Star Liner and a long line of Rastafari women, men and children. There is also at the top of the painting a picture of Bob Marley, Emperor Haile Selassie and Marcus Garvey. After 9/11, I went about looking for Jamal! I had met him in ’96 when I started working in Harlem. I lived in Brooklyn then. I later moved to Harlem and a few weeks after 9/11 Jamal came to my house and I asked him when did u paint that painting and he told me ’84. I told Jamal to look out and not very shortly after that he died. Now Jamal was hooked on drugs so I am not saying that could not have been a factor in his death but when I saw him he didn’t look anywhere close to death and he had a young daughter he was taking care of! I had warned him though because it is uncanny that he would depict something that would be done some seventeen years later! Just check that Dererk Mullings! A lot of things just don’t meet the eye up there in that good ole US of A! I lived there for 17 years and I am so glad I moved home five years ago it will be come the 25th of this month. I am so much happier for it! My daughter and my grandsons live in NJ and I worry about them all the time. Especially my fourteen year old grandson that reminds me so much of Trayvon Martin. Whenever he puts on a hoodie I get chills. I find myself always warning him when I skype with him. Kibir listen to your mother. Don’t hang out with bad company. Go from school to home and home to school. I am paranoid! I was in NYC when they killed Diallo and Sean Bell and so many more!!! I still remember the Tuskeegee Experiments!!! I will not put anything past these devils running things!

          • Terry Marsh

            I DONT KNOW HOW OLD YOU ARE BUT YOU NEED TO STOP THIS NONSENSE…..BUT I KNOW THAT YOUR GOING TO KEEP SPEWING GARBAGE…..EVERYBODY EXCEPT YOU AND A FEW IDIOTS OUT HERE ARE STILL SLEEP WALKING…..INCREDIBLE

          • ImaLaaaady

            Not disrespect. But you need to crawl back up under that rock you came out from.

        • Hero Miles

          Read the article. They said it takes three days for symptoms to manifest after being injected with the poison.

        • ImaLaaaady

          Do you even read? It didn’t take years to come into effect. The article said he lost his voice in the late 70’s

    • Robert Bass

      Maybe that would have been too obvious ? You shouldn’t just dismiss it bc of your ignorance

      • Derek Mullings

        Maybe eh? You’re using maybe, while masturbating over a totally uncorroborated article. I’m surprised you can spell ignorance.

      • Tammy GILBERT

        this what i was saying about prince 2years ago he went to court to get his stuff back.they didn”t kill him right away it would of been to obvious.on his page or something some one put just when you think you got away you really didn’t.hey they walk right in they house and kill them all of them.when it was prince time he went a hit on him yep sure did i belive that. i idk about ali tho. lummies will own all prince stuff because the family will give it gladly back

    • Jack

      It actually incapacitated very quickly. Did you actually read the article?

    • Danise Michelle Jones-Dudley

      I agree with you…BS!!!!

      • Tammy GILBERT

        they gaints to us but they ants to them they owned them so yes they can kill them on the spot you right all of them. who”s next that they are sick of.so glad some of us know this.all this talking he was doing was he really going agianst the grain or was he owned by the lummies and they let him run for a min.then did they just shut him down? we will never know go to youtube they sure will tell you the very dark side of things on each person i like to hear it idk how true it is but i am keeping an open mind

    • Bakary Conde

      I agree with you, it’s Allah will and we have accepted that way,as Muslims, pray to
      Allah to forgive his sins and grant him jannah. We give it to Allah.

    • Terry Marsh

      NO ..I THINK YOU ARE FULL OF SHIT…….THE POWERS IN THIS WORLD CAN GET RID OF YOU ANY WAY THEY CHOOSE……

    • pablo mayhew

      What the hell are you talking about?

      They neutralized Ali in the late-70s or early-80s. Do you remember him being outspokenly political at any time since then?

      Or are you not old enough to remember and just put forth theories on limited information?

      Well, I do remember…and he said nothing at all. Worse than killing him, they made an example of him–one we would be reminded of for 35 years.

      No, not everything is a conspiracy. But if you really knew what Ali was, and did, and meant, you would see that silencing him has all the hallmarks of one.

      • NATHAN

        In history United States use black people in there experiments and injected man made diseases in history.To slowly to destroy the black race.So I wouldn’t be surprise if government gave the order to inject Ali with parkinson disease to silence him.Which the government saw Ali outspokeness to United States democracy which only Ali prove that it was only a hypocrisy.

    • Dub

      They had already had 3 high profile murders being questioned. Malcolm X, MLK and JFK. And if u can remember in those days Muhammad Ali along with being a the heavyweight champion was also the most popular person in the world. Killing him like they did the others would bring to much heat. Just like the heat that came with killing JFK. I’m pretty sure they silenced him in 1980, cause they knew when Ali spoke, everyone listened.

      • GALLEXIE

        Tuskegee shyphlis the EVERS BOYS

        • Dub

          Thanks. Don’t want to forget that

    • Garlicball

      Most articles I have read here fit the description of this story. There is enough bullshit mixed with facts to make the casual reader believe the entire story.

      Gish Gallop

      Named for the debate tactic created by creationist shill Duane Gish, a Gish Gallop involves spewing so much bullshit in such a short span on that your opponent can’t address let alone counter all of it.

      To make matters worse a Gish Gallop will often have one or more ‘talking points’ that has a tiny core of truth to it, making the person rebutting it spend even more time debunking it in order to explain that, yes, it’s not totally false but the Galloper is distorting/misusing/misstating the actual situation.

  • Kurry Zed Iqbal

    It all makes sense! Always thought the establishment was behind this. I have family relatives who have parkinson and they’re totally different symptoms which were of Ali.

    • Baset Sekhmet-Iyabinghi

      I had two relatives with Parkinson’s as well. None of them trembled. One passed away last year and it wasn’t from the disease. My other cousin who is much older than I has hers under control by mostly eating Live and vegan. She never trembles nor does she have any kind of dementia. I must say it all makes sense. But I remember when the he started having the onset of the disease. Way back then we knew he was deliberately silenced!

  • kritikosman

    It’s not improbable.

  • Derek Mullings

    Not everything is a conspiracy.

    • shaunnybwoy

      Not everything is a conspiracy indeed. Might as well say there was no racism at that time either.

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  • vee

    A lot of it was just plain old spite: “let’s silence this uppity nigger”. These elite bastards have had fun in the media playing out how weak and fragile he bad become as compared to his heydays http://l.facebook.com/l.php?u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.iloveoldschoolmusic.com%2Flast-portrait-photo-ali-described-haunting-say-beautiful%2F%3Fkkpg%3D4&h=bAQEjQRKr&s=1

  • ria deli

    A lot of it was just out of spite: “let’s silence this uppity nigger”. The elite had lots of fun playing out in the media how fragile and weak he had become compared to his heydays. http://l.facebook.com/l.php?u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.iloveoldschoolmusic.com%2Flast-portrait-photo-ali-described-haunting-say-beautiful%2F%3Fkkpg%3D4&h=oAQFOjzVj&s=1. This woman knows more about it :https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100004909366535

  • Henry Francis Abban

    They were coward for mere single mouth.Shame shame!!!

  • shaunnybwoy

    I find this article quite compelling. It’s not unheard of that an newly discovered unknown drug is abused in such a circumstance, particularly when dealing with the federal government who have a history of suppressing influential people who protest and defy them. Though I imagine that any strand of proof behind the scenes vanished a long time ago.

  • pablo mayhew

    Muhammad Ali and John Lennon were the two most influential voices of that era and they both were neutralized just before Reagan became president and began initiating the policies that would result in the United States’ grim slide.

    It was simply impossible for the Powers That Be to implement their nefarious programs and have people with the intelligence and courage of Ali and Lennon poised to speak out against them.

    …Better to get them out of the way entirely, which they did.

  • Tiamat

    Always thought so! Wow i didn’t realize how powerful he was with his words!!! No wonder!

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  • j. jaxson

    it is possible that Ali was intentionally disabled.john lennon was
    but in a different way.