So the public lynching of an icon of the black community, an extraordinary artist in music and fashion, a self-made billionaire, a public influencer without peer, is now practically complete. The artist formerly known as Kanye West has had his family destroyed, his children estranged, his Fortune 500 sponsors cut him off, and – to seal his public burial – been stigmatized as an “anti-Semitic Jew-hater,” therefore toxic beyond redemption.
Everybody understands where this lynching began and why. It began when Kanye West put on a red MAGA hat, embraced Trump and instantly became the chief threat to the Democrat Party’s political power, which depended on retaining the 90% loyalty of the very community it exploited and oppressed – black America.
West was ridiculed, laughed at and called mentally out of his mind (the preferred technique of the Soviet communists in suppressing their dissenters) by the entire kept media, which lives by Biden’s racist remark, “If you have a problem figuring out whether you’re for me or Trump, then you ain’t black.” West’s sinful endorsement of Trump was compounded by his attack on that pillar of the Democrat Party, Planned Parenthood, as a genocidal enemy of black America actively engaged in conducting a black Holocaust.
As president, Donald Trump was the first Republican leader to actively woo the black community and call out the Democrats for their racist treatment of the inner-city blacks over whom they exercised unchallenged control, and had for fifty to a hundred years. His efforts have transformed the Republican Party and led to large enough shifts in the black community to seriously challenge the Democrats’ political future. This made West, who could speak with authenticity and love about the plight of his people under Democrat rule, and who had the courage to break with the “woke” orthodoxy that was keeping his people in bondage, an existential threat to the Democrats’ power.
So when West misspoke and said he was going “Death Con 3” on the Jews – he meant “Def Con 3” which is an assessment of the threats against him – they seized on his mistake and tied the rope of “anti-Semitism” around his neck. This was a man reacting to being publicly destroyed by the powers in the fashion industry, in the media, and in the Democrat Party. The Clintons even actively lobbied his ex-wife to attack him and keep him from having any influence over his children. His career, life and livelihood were being destroyed (as of now he has lost $1.6 billion dollars from withdrawn sponsorships and deals).
Some of West’s comments are unfortunate and indefensible, but as the following interview with Lex Fridman shows, are not malicious. I invite you to listen to them and ask yourself whether this sounds like a man who hates Jews.
I ask you to ask yourself whether this public lynching of a complex and gutsy black leader has made the Jews any safer.
Consider that the lynch mob is the progressive juggernaut that dominates the culture and occupies the White House. These are not people particularly concerned with the survival of the Jews. Biden aborted the Abraham Accords which isolated the Palestinian terrorists and created a potential to pacify the Middle East. On virtually the day of his election, Biden gave the Palestinian authority its Washington consulate back, which Trump had taken away because they refused to stop funding Jew-hating terrorists. Biden restored hundreds of millions of dollars to support their genocidal agendas. The Democrat Party has embraced and empowered a Nazi caucus in the House, which fund-raises for Hamas, advances the agendas of the Iranian terrorist regime, and spreads the Jew-hating lies of the enemies of Israel.
The lynching of Kanye West was primarily about the red hat and the threat of the MAGA movement to Democrat power. Jewish sensibilities were exploited to neutralize this threat in the same way the progressive charge of racism is not about the well-being of black people but is deployed as a weapon to neutralize the opponents of destructive progressive agendas.
This is a long interview but a fascinating one that illuminates the issues of our time.