Kanye West tells Jews to ‘forgive Hitler’, compares porn to the Holocaust


Kanye West has yet again made anti-Semitic comments in an interview, this time with far-right commentator Gavin McInnes.

McInnes is known as the founder of the Proud Boys, a neo-fascist and white supremacist movement. New Zealand. He posted the first episode of the series, hosted by West, on his Censored.TV platform Saving Ye on Monday (December 5). In a preview for the episode, McInnes said his goal was to “prevent”. [West] from being anti-Semitic or Nazi’ and ‘put it aside’.

The full program (hours and 45 minutes) can only be accessed through a paid subscription. Rolling Stone It featured West – along with white supremacist Nick Fuentes, who has accompanied the rapper on many of his recent appearances – making a series of offensive statements, mostly aimed at Jews.

As McInnes pointed out, the interview took place two days after West was invited by far-right conspiracy theorist Alex Jones. In his time InfoWars In an interview with Jones, the rapper openly praised Adolf Hitler, insisting that Hitler “didn’t kill six million Jews” during the Holocaust and defending the atrocities of Nazism. McInnes called the interview “the craziest, most punk rock thing since the Sex Pistols started on the Bill Grundy Show.”

Asked if he sees the backlash from the West as a detriment to his ongoing presidential campaign, the rapper said: “I think it’s great for a presidential campaign – to have someone who is honest, who understands the world and is willing to listen to what’s going on.” The American people need it.”

McInnes then pointed out that Hitler had a “very bad reputation,” to which West responded, “So who created that reputation? It was done by the Jews.” He then pushed back against the idea that Hitler had earned such a reputation for authorizing the mass killing of Jews during World War II, saying that “some [the information surrounding Nazi Germany is] false’ and ‘The Holocaust is not the only Holocaust’.

He described abortion as “the holocaust we’re facing right now,” before repeating his claim that the Jewish people “drive the narrative.”

as noted by Rolling Stone, West said at one point in the interview that “Jewish lawyers and managers and everything else you can think of have a collusion” that gives America porn. He reportedly likened the form of media to the horrors faced by Jewish communities in World War II and called pornography a “gas chamber” and a “silent killer” used to “dumb us down.”

At the time, West claimed that he was using his ex-wife Kim Kardashian to “sell” pornography – which “destroyed” his family – and called the women who produced porn “products of pedophilia”. She is said to have asked viewers to pray for Instagram, commenting on women on the platform “showing off their bodies” and freezing their eggs “because they are not living the dream of having a husband and children”. At the time, West claimed that any Instagram user who liked a photo of a “semi-naked woman” was a “sexual predator.”

Later in the interview, McInnes asked West how he would respond to the question “what would I do about these Jews” as a hypothetical US president? The rapper reportedly responded, “Jews should work for Christians. “If I know a Jew is not a spy, I’ll hire him in a second if I see his phone, watch his house, have a camera in his living room.”

West said that if he is elected president in 2024, “the rules of the country will be based on the Bible.” He continued, “The Jews cannot tell me whom to love and whom not to love. You cannot force your pain on others. “Jewish people, forgive Hitler today.”

Shortly after West’s interview with Jones last week, he was banned for the third time on Twitter for posting an image of a swastika inside a Star of David. He then returned to Instagram, where he claimed that Elon Musk is a “genetic hybrid.”

Later, Howard Stern slammed West for comments praising Hitler, Reddit’s r/Kanye forum was flooded with Taylor Swift memes and Holocaust facts, and a petition to ban him from streaming platforms garnered 65,000 signatures.

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