Kanye West praised Hitler and said he invented the highway and the microphone
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According to Kim Kardashian's ex-husband, “there is something valuable” in every person, and he also supports Putin.
Adolf Hitler and the Nazis. Consequence writes about this.
At the show, Kanye West appeared in a mask that completely covered his face and, in a conversation with the host and his guest white supremacist Nick Fuentes, spoke about Hitler, the Nazis and anti-Semitism.
“I see the good in Hitler. I love everyone and Jews can't tell me you can love us and you can love what we do to you through contracts and you can love what we promote through pornography But this guy (Hitler – ed.) who invented the highway and invented the very microphone that I use as a musician, you can't say out loud about him that this person ever did anything good. I'm done with it. Every person has something of value that he brought to the table, especially Hitler,” West said.
By the way, the microphone, like the gramophone, was invented in 1877 by Emil Berliner, a Jew from Hanover, who later moved to the USA. As for the highway, they were built back in the days of the Roman Empire. But if we talk about the highway as a highway for cars, then the world's first highway is often called the Long Island Motor Parkway in Long Island, New York, which opened in 1908.
But Kanye West, who also calls himself Ye, did not stop there, and told Alex Jones: “I like Hitler.” He also stated that “the Jewish media made us feel like Nazis”.
At one point, Jones rebuffed the tide of anti-Semitism, saying, “I think most Jews are wonderful people,” but adding: “I agree that there is a Jewish mafia.”
At one point, the conversation turned to Benjamin Netanyahu, the former prime minister and former defense minister of Israel, and Kanye admitted that he first heard about politics “two weeks ago from social media” and thought he had a “funny name.” Then he took out a net and a bottle of chocolate milk and began impersonating an Israeli politician.
The artist also claimed responsibility for promoting anti-Semitism, saying, “No one in high school knew what anti-Semitism was until Ye made it popular”.
During the halftime show, West said that “we need to stop constantly condemning the Nazis.”
At one point, West said that Hitler “had really good clothes, he was a good architect, he was a Christian, and he didn't kill 6 million Jews.” Jones responded that “Hitler targeted some people and killed them.” West replied: “I think Obama killed Palestinians. And Obama was not the first black president. He was another Jewish president.”
When Jones said that Kanye seemed to have “a fetish for Hitler “, he objected:” I'm not against everything Jewish. I don't like the word “evil” next to the Nazis. I love the Jews, but I also love the Nazis.”
But Kanye West did not stop there and supported Vladimir Putin, who started the war against Ukraine. When Nick Fuentes, among other things, a member of his campaign staff, confessed his pro-Russian views and supported Putin's policies, Kanye said he agreed. Ye himself called Fuentes the future president of the United States, and Jones agreed with his thesis that “Satanism has gripped America.”
West's fans write on social networks that he destroyed his entire cultural heritage in one broadcast. And critics accuse him of anti-Semitism and Nazism.