Why is Kanye West under public scrutiny yet again? Details here.
by Ana Walia | Thu, 01 Dec 2022 21:30:05 GMT
Kanye West lauds Adolf Hitler. Image Source: GQ

Kanye West lauds Adolf Hitler.

Kanye West appeared on Alex Jones' 'Infowars' show donning a black hood that covered his face ad head alongside Nick Fuentes and went ahead to praise Adolf Hitler and launched an anti-Semitic tirade. These remarks are the latest in a series of contentious public appearances for Kanye West, who has been dropped by brands such as Balenciaga, Adidas due to antisemitic remarks.

During the conversation, he stated that he sees good in Hitler, adding that every human being, especially Hitler, has a significance that they bring to the table. Ye went on to say that he was pondering about Satan, whether that was the Zionists or Hitler — the person isn't important. Satan is using people who are under the control of demonic forces.

Ye went on to say to Alex Jones that the Jewish media has made everyone believe that the Nazis and Hitler never contributed anything worthwhile to the world. Meanwhile, there are all of these events going on. Ye went on to say that Planned Parenthood was involved in the new world order population eugenics, which is still going on today. Kanye added that he loves everyone, and the Jewish people are not going to tell him that he can love them or he can love what we are doing to him with the contracts, and he can love what they are pushing with the pornography. He further said that this guy that invented highways, invented the very microphone that he use as a musician, one can’t say out loud that this person ever did anything good and he is done with that. Ye concluded that he is done with the classifications. Every human being has something of value that they brought to the table, especially Hitler.

Ye appeared alongside Nick Fuentes, a white nationalist commentator who also made anti-Jewish claims.According to the Florida Government, Nick Fuentes is also a consultant for Ye's campaign for the presidency in 2024. Ron DeSantis has been accused of "being mopped up with Israel and the Mossad." Is it mossa-gynistic if he says something disparaging about the Mossad? Alex Jones gently scaled back on Ye, informing him that most Jews are wonderful people.  However, he went on to agree that there is a Jewish mafia and proceeded that he is not on a Jew thing. Ye answered back that his accounts had been frozen and he had been intimidated by prison time.

According to writer Mark Harris, the Kanye horrors are both humorous and terrifying. He said that when pro-Nazi rhetoric is repetitively broadcast in public, the discussion eventually devolves into, 'Well, that was awful, but can't we at least speak about it?' Actor Josh Gad also tweeted that what scares him is not what Kanye West says, but the realization that Ye has 30 million followers who pay heed to his insanity, as well as a supporter in the shape of the actual owner of this platform. Josh went on to say that nobody who says "I love Hitler" should indeed be given any media exposure on any social media platform (period).

Jill Krajewski, a culture writer, added that if people continue to listen to Kanye, they should be aware that they are listening to a Nazi, and that his horrifying anti - Semitism will reproduce more extreme violence. He and everyone who claims to support him are fascist pigs. Cenk Uygur, the founder of the Young Turks, stated that it's now clear that not only is Kanye West a Nazi, but anyone who supports him is also a Nazi. Meghan McCain, a conservative commentator, and former View co-host, also urged people to stop providing the rapper a platform from which to spew hate speech rhetoric. "F**k Kanye and everybody who continues to give him a platform," she wrote on Twitter.

The Republican Jewish Coalition's Chairman Norm Coleman, a former Minnesota senator, and CEO Matt Brooks called Alex Jones, Kanye West, and Nick Fuentes, a disgraceful trio of conspiracy theorists, Holocaust deniers, and antisemites in a statement. Norm said that conservatives who have mistakenly indulged Kanye West must make it clear that he is a pariah adding enough is enough.

After the interview, Kanye West tweeted, "I love the first amendment! Live long and prosper, Ye! He added that he prays to Jesus that Elon is real. For more than a month, Kanye West has been at the center of controversy after publicly spouting anti-Semitic messages and associating with far media figures. Kanye West was recently spotted attending dinner with Donald Trump last month, where he made aware the former president of his intention to run for President in 2024.