Kanye West compares himself to Martin Luther King Jr., then bails in interview after anti-Semitism challenge

Kanye West continued his bizarre far-right media tour on Monday (November 28) when he was joined by Holocaust denier Nick Fuentes and professional troll Milo Yiannopoulos on Tim Pool’s website. From Tim IRL Podcast. At first, West (who now goes to Ye), vigorously defends himself against a media backlash sparked by a series of anti-Semitic comments – while simultaneously doubling down by repeating hate language about Jewish control of media and banking – but when Paul cautiously interrogated this line of questioning and Ye quickly bailed out.

West said as he strolled into a monologue accusing former retailers Gap and Adidas Vogue magazine magazine, former presidents Barack Obama and Donald Trump and his personal trainer for being part of a Jewish-led plot to destroy his career. “It’s the truth,” Ye said of his anti-Semitic claims, pointing to his rapid fall from grace as evidence that he was being targeted by a shadowy person, citing former Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner for no reason. The obvious reason is that they are Jews.

When the right-wing host Paul researches that area and notes that it is where the West sees the Jewish people and “associates” them with power, Paul does not believe that this is irrelevant to the discussion. Yiannopoulos then praises the West for breaking the “big dam,” apparently referring to a discussion of hateful metaphors about alleged Jewish control of the media and banking. “We were all wondering how this dam was going to break… What is the root of this hypocrisy? Why can people talk about white people a certain way, he asked, why can’t we talk about that group a certain way?” It turns out that the only thing that was going to break the dam was the biggest star in the world… And now the dam is broken.”

West complained that they “tried to put me in jail”, without elaborating, discussed “de-banking” and claimed he was trying to set up his own bank to avoid traditional systems. When the conversation turned more directly to Yee’s allegations of anti-Semitism, the rapper lashed out and threatened bail before doubling down on his anti-Jewish remarks. “I feel like a setup… I’d walk away from the show if I had to talk about it,” said Yee. “You can’t say the Jews did it,” when every sane person—and that John Stewart knows—knows what happened to me, and they’re way over it. Then, less than 23 minutes into the conversation, I walked out.

Trump has been widely condemned, by both sides of the political aisle, for hosting Yee and white nationalist Fuentes at his home in Mar-a-Lago last week, where, according to the disgraced rapper, he invited the former commander-in-chief to be his vice president as West appears to be stepping in to try A long-running second in the White House.

Clearly exasperated by Paul’s anti-Semitic questions, West compared himself to Martin Luther King Jr., invoking the apocalyptic images of the 1960s civil rights struggle as a metaphor for his feelings about the collapse of his music empire and the gargantuan fashion in the aftermath of his rule. Frequent insults against the Jewish people.

“I thought I was more Malcolm X, but then I found out I was more MLK. Since I get sprayed every day by the press and money, I just stand there,” West said. “When I found out they were trying to put me in jail, it seemed like A dog bit my arm and I almost shed a tear. approx. But I still strode through it.” When Paul tried to sympathize with West by saying that “they” (whom he defined as “the corporate press”) were “very unfair” to me, Fuentes tried to speak up at the rapper’s request before he Kanye got bored, and angrily left the headphones.

Company press. I don’t use the word as the way, I think, you guys use it [it]Paul said. “They are, though, aren’t they,” Fuentes asked. “No, it’s not,” Paul replied. “What do you mean it isn’t?” Ye said annoyed before leaving.

Speaking with Timcast, Paul said he believed the shutdown was “orchestrated” by Yee, even as he referred to Yiannopoulos as a “genius” for what he suspects is a secret plot by Milo to get revenge on Trump and ruin the twice-impeached real estate mogul’s chances in a third bid for the White House; Paul also noted that he found the statements of Yiannopoulos and Fuentes about the Jewish people “absurd” as he speculated that West’s goal had always been to go out in protest to create a spectacle.

Fuentes has been called a “white supremacist” by the Anti-Defamation League, and in February at the America First conference, he was widely condemned for praising Adolf Hitler in introducing far-right MP Marjorie Taylor Greene, saying, “And now they’re talking about Russia, and.” Vladimir Putin Hitler” – And they say that’s not a good thing… Can we have a round of applause for Russia? Yes!”

Yiannopoulos, who recently accompanied West and is said to be his 2024 presidential campaign manager, is a well-known right-wing troll who trained with Green earlier this year and was banned from most major social media platforms due to his frequent comments about Islam. Feminism and his embrace of anti-Semitic figures.

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