In an incoherent conversation with Alex Jones on Thursday, proud anti-Semite Kanye West publicly admired Adolf Hitler.
The infamous rapper Kanye West declared on Jones’ far-right conspiracy-theory program, “Infowars,” that he “like[s] Hitler” and sees “good things” about the late Nazi Party leader and genocidal tyrant responsible for the Holocaust.” He had a black fabric covering his entire face.
Initially, the host and advocate of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting tried to stand up for West in the face of all the criticism he has had for his anti-Semitic remarks over the past several weeks.
“You’re not Hitler. You’re not a Nazi. You don’t deserve to be called that and demonized,” The 48-year-old Jones attempted to reassure his guest, but he quickly disproved him.
“Well, I see good things about Hitler also,” West, 45, replied. “I love everyone.”
The interview is the most recent in a string of acrimonious ones West has given after being dropped by organizations like Adidas. West told Jones that Hitler had value to the world just like everyone else. He added that the Nazi founder has some positive qualities.
Bizarrely, the fired Adidas employee then asserted that Hitler “invented the highways” and “the very microphone that [he uses] as a musician.”
“You can’t say out loud that this person ever did anything good, and I’m done with that,” he continued. “I’m done with the classifications. Every human being has something of value that they brought to the table, especially Hitler. How about that one?”
Then, according to West, Jews “want to separate and confuse the Christians and make [them] afraid to stand next to each other.”
He continued by using the Christian concept of forgiveness as a weapon, saying, “A Christian can stand next to anyone, We can go visit R. Kelly in prison. We can go talk to Harvey Weinstein.”
Right then, Jones chimed in., “That’s what Jesus did.”
“Yes! Because Jesus can save everyone, West retorted, “the Zionists are trying to put [him] in jail, freeze [his] finances, and defame [him] in the media.
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Another time during the conversation, a visibly agitated Jones made an attempt to stop his guest from continuing. The harsh words by reminding him that the Nazis “did a lot of really bad things,” but he was unsuccessful.
“But they did good things, too,” The proud antisemitic argued that the German political party was responsible for millions of deaths.“We gonna stop dissing the Nazis all the time.”
Later, West responded, “I admire Hitler,” in response to Jones’ repeated statement, “I don’t like Nazis.”
Moreover in the conversation, West made anti-Semitic comments against Benjamin Netanyahu, a former Israeli prime minister.
The Yeezy designer allegedly “mentioned conspiracy theories against Jewish people or praised Hitler” in professional settings. According to a number of unnamed former employees who made the claim last month.
Additionally, a number of once-close friends of Ye said that he intended to call his 2018 album “Hitler” in October.
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Van Lathan, a former TMZ reporter, also asserted that during the Grammy winner’s well-known “slavery is a choice” interview that same year, West professed his support for “Hitler and the Nazis.”
West was the target of fresh accusations only days after receiving harsh criticism for wearing a “White Lives Matter” shirt. Due to anti-Semitic remarks, some of which urged for violence, he was momentarily banned from Twitter and Instagram.
Numerous celebrities have condemned the musician’s actions. The brands like Adidas, Gap, Balenciaga, JPMorgan Chase, and Vogue have cut their business relationships with him.
Reaction to Ye’s Statement
On social media, Kanye West’s most recent antisemitic comments received immediate condemnation. All types of observers, regardless of political affiliation, condemned West’s remarks. Below is an example of the disagreement:
.@RJC Condemns Today’s InfoWars, Kanye West Antisemitism
Today’s InfoWars show ft Alex Jones, Nick Fuentes & Kanye West – a disgusting triumvirate of conspiracy theorists, Holocaust deniers & antisemites – was a horrific cesspool of dangerous, bigoted Jew hatred.
Full release: pic.twitter.com/5DPSiun9zz
— RJC (@RJC) December 1, 2022
If I was an optimistic man I would at least hope that Kanye West’s mental breakdown and self-immolation would persuade conservatives to stop falling madly in love with every celebrity who says one thing they agree with. But I am not an optimistic man.
— Matt Walsh (@MattWalshBlog) December 1, 2022
It’s not what Kanye West says that scares me. It’s that he has 30 million followers who listen to his insanity on top of a cheerleader in the form of the current owner of this platform. No one who says “I love Hitler” should be allowed any oxygen on any social platform (period).
— Josh Gad (@joshgad) December 1, 2022
yeah kanye has absolutely lost it. f this
— SK⚡️ (@raptalksk) December 1, 2022
Kanye West is proof that only the man willing to help himself can be helped. What I don’t get. What’s his end gm where is he trying to take this? Oh well, I’ve got a training session calling me.
— shannon sharpe (@ShannonSharpe) December 1, 2022
This isn’t about mental illness. Stop defending Kanye or having sympathy for him because he’s bipolar or something. HIs virulent and repeated antisemitism isn’t tied to that. This is who he is. And it’s disgusting.
— Touré (@Toure) December 1, 2022
if you’re still listening to kanye you’re listening to a nazi. his horrific antisemitism will breed more real-world violence. he and everyone platforming him are fascist pigs.
— Jill Krajewski (@JillKrajewski) December 1, 2022
This is not satire, sadly.
Kanye West is on the Alex Jones show, in a battle of the psychopaths.
Jones: “You’re not Hitler. You’re not a Nazi.”
West: “Well, I see good things about Hitler, also. Every human being has value that they brought to the table, especially Hitler.” pic.twitter.com/J60MSQPE6v
— Keith Olbermann (@KeithOlbermann) December 1, 2022