Wu Tang Clan

Wu Tang Clan is a group of mind controlled actors-rappers, used as PR agents (image of black successfull, rich entrepreneur in free market capitalism) of the Black Church in the cultural marxist program Hip Hop, to promote crime and violence (aspirational programming).

The Wu Tang Clan is named after movies of Gordon Liu, who played in Quentin Tarantino's Kill Bill and Lau Kar-leung (movies with Jackie Chan). They were affiliated with the 5 Percent-Nation of Clarence Edward Smith (doctrine of Islam and black exceptionalism), founded in 1964 in Harlem. Clarence Smith spent time at the Bellevue Hospital.

It was affiliated with the Nation of Islam movement of Malcolm X and supported by Bayard Rustin (Civil Rights Movement, gay agenda, CCNY). It was also used in the programming of Nas, Eric B and Rakim, Common, AZ, Big Daddy Kane, Jay Electronica, Erykah Baduh, Jay-z, 3d Bass, Busta Rhymes, Gravediggaz, SZA, Queen Latifah, Large Professor, Tragedy Khadafi, Guru, Rammellzee (Wild Style), ..

They were signed by Rich Isaacson (Cornell University) of Loud Records. They were used to introduce the hooded sweater fashion trend (the Hermit).


- RZA (Robert Diggs, named after Robert Kennedy): He released a first project on Tommy Boy Records/Warner Bros of Tom Silverman (later vice-president of Warner Music Group). He made the soundtrack of Ghost Dog (dog star Sirius, song Strange Eyes) with Forest Whitaker. He collaborated with Quentin Tarantino for Kill Bill, played in Funny People, Californication, Due Date, Mr Right, The Dead Don't Die with Iggy Pop and Selena Gomez and American Gangster (music by Jay-z) with Russell Crowe and Denzel Washington (who also played Malcolm X) as Frank Lucas.

He directed the Man with the Iron Fists with Eli Roth, Russell Crowe, Lucy Liu and Love Beats Rhymes with Azalea Banks, Jill Scott, Esmeralda Spalding and Common for Lionsgate. In 2020 he played in Life in a Year with Cara Delevingne (pink hair), Jaden Smith (transgender agenda), Cuba Gooding Jr, Big Sean Columbia Pictures Amazon. He was used to promote PETA.

- Ol' Dirty Bastard (Russell Jones, cousin of Robert Diggs, GZA and Flavor Flav) worked with Mariah Carey, Pras, Mya and Pharrell Williams, died on 11/13/2004.

- Ghostface Killah (cousin of Shyheim): Iron Man/Tony Starks persona based on Howard Hughes and Jack Parsons. He released Ghostdini: Wizard of Poetry in Emerald City (Wizard of Oz programming). He played in Belly, Black and White, Iron Man (with Robert Downey Jr and Elon Musk) and appeared in staged reality show Couples Therapy of VH1.

- GZA (related to RZA and ODB) debut album Liquid Swords (masonic floor), worked with Neil deGrasse Tyson.

- Method Man was featured on the debut album of The Notorious BIG, played in 187 with Samuel Jackson, Belly with Nas, How High with Redman, Venom, Red Tails, Soul Plane with Snoop Dogg, Mo'Nique and Kevin Hart, The Wackness with Ben Kingsley, The Sitter with Jonah Hill, Meet the Spartans with Carmen Electra, The Cobbler with Adam Sandler, HBO shows The Wire, The Deuce and Oz (Wizard of Oz programming), The Heart Specialist with Zoe Saldana and Mya, Fox show Method and Red.

- Raekwon played a role in mafia glorification and Hip Hop with an image based on Scarface (Al Pacino). He appeared on the album of Travis Barker.

Oliver 'Power' Grant played in Belly of Hype Williams.

They were used to sell clothing of the Wu Wear franchise and Sony Playstation games.

Their fake rags-to-riches story is romanticized in Hulu (Disney) propaganda Wu Tang An American Saga.

Discography and filmography

1993 Enter the Wu Tang (36 Chambers) sign of Horus the Enterer

hooded sweater fashion trend

1997 Wu Tang Forever. Triumph ODB on tower (the Tower like 911).
1999 Black and White of James Toback (accused of rape, worked with Natassja Kinski) Robert Downey Jr Brooke Shields Jared Leto Elijah Wood Joe Pantoliano Ben Stiller Claudia Schiffer Marla Maples (wife of Donald Trump) Mike Tyson Bijou Philips
2000 The W
2001 Iron Flag

2005 Venom Method Man Bijou Philips Disney
2007 8 Diagrams (octagon)
2014 A Better Tomorrow (One World Trade Center) Rick Rubin
2015 Once Upon a Time in Shaolin
2017 The Saga Continues
2019 Wu Tang An American Saga Hulu (Disney) Dave East Joey Badass Ashton Sanders (Bobby Brown in Whitney Houston biopic) Jake Hoffman (NYU, son of Dustin Hoffman)

the Music Industry

Hip Hop