Kanye West: A Free Man Talking
Kanye West has remained as one of most influential American cultural icons for nearly two decades. However, the most fascinating aspect of Kanye is his character development in recent years.
Kanye’s character arc for the past few years is nothing short of remarkable.
To start, here is a quick run-down of what has been going on with Kanye lately:
-In 2018, Kanye West began openly expressing his support of President Donald Trump. He even met with President Trump at the White House.
-In 2019, Kanye released his first Gospel album Jesus is King and toured the country hosting Church services with the Sunday Service choir. In essence, he re-emerged as a “born-again” Christian around this time.
-In 2020, Kanye ran for President.
-In the last week (October 2022), Kanye appeared on Tucker Carlson Tonight for a long-form interview & also wore a “White lives matter” shirt at a Paris fashion show
Not too shabby.
For the last several years, Kanye has become a “free man talking” in an age of lies. And the reaction to his candor has been even more telling than the things he’s said.
The American Regime does not allow for Truth-tellers to dissent without consequences, and Kanye West is one of the few major cultural figures willing to put his fame and fortune on the line to speak the truth.
Recently, Kanye posted on social media regarding pressure he received after he made some controversial statements. In unsurprising fashion, social media giants have restricted his accounts for his opinions.
Most people are afraid for pointing out obvious truths in modern America, whether you are a college student, a celebrity, or an employee at a major corporation. Honest discussions about our nation’s ills are not allowed in most quarters due to perceived social pressure or outright media censorship, effectively squelching most people’s commitment to speaking the Truth.
The whirlwind of events in the past week demonstrates Kanye’s commitment to seeking the truth, and Kanye’s appearance on Tucker Carlson Tonight revealed some valuable insight to Tucker’s millions of viewers.
Kanye vs Jared Kushner/America’s Ruling Class
On Thursday and Friday of last week, Kanye West’s interview with Tucker Carlson appeared on Fox News for a tell-all interview. He discussed a whole host of topics—from his Christian faith to his view of the Clintons.
Perhaps the most interesting part of the interview came when Kanye talked about Jared Kushner. For those who are unfamiliar, Kushner is the son-in-law of President Trump. He played a significant role in the Trump administration as a Presidential advisor.
Through a personal anecdote, Kanye pointed out the obvious fact that Jared Kushner was a subversive element in the Trump administration. In fact, he even pointed out some of Kushner’s shady business dealings—considering Kushner received a few billion dollars from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia after conducting diplomatic negotiations in the Middle East.
Certainly, Kushner was quick to bail on President Trump in late 2020/early2021 when times were tough. However, Kushner was more than happy to advise President Trump when Trump was still in office.
On a broader scale, Jared Kushner exemplifies America’s current ruling class.
Simply put, Jared Kushner and others like him in America’s elite class are not builders. They are not creators. They have not built anything in their lives.
Instead, elitist figures like Kushner inherit their wealth, use their connections to enrich themselves through corrupt means (e.g. look up Kushner’s venture capital firm Affinity Partners), and undermine polices that would benefit the American people (e.g. Kushner’s influence on the 2018 1st Step Acts—which led to the release of numerous criminals).
Here is an excerpt from Kanye’s interview that sums up his thoughts on Jared Kushner:
“After talking to them and really sitting with Jared [Kushner] and sitting with Josh [Kushner] and finding out other pieces of information, I was like, wow, these guys might have really been holding Trump back, being very much a handler … I think that’s what they are about is making money, I don’t think they have the ability to make anything on their own. I think they were born into money.”
Now, let’s contrast Jared Kushner to Kanye West.
Kanye went from being a college-dropout to becoming one of the best-selling musical artists of all-time, a highly successful fashion designer, and a philanthropist. Kanye single-handedly made himself into a billionaire and has inspired millions of people across the world.
Kanye is a true visionary, a truth-teller, and a talented creator. Indeed, those character traits are what make President Trump and Kanye West so alike.
Trump sprung on the political scene in 2015 with a clear vision of national renewal never seen before in American politics. Trump singlehandedly built a movement (i.e. the America First movement) to establish national greatness in spite of the constant onslaughts from the mainstream media, the Washington D.C. “uni-party”, and America’s globalist ruling class.
Trump uniquely built his-own political movement (the MAGA movement) and never backed down from speaking the truth about our country’s decades of national decline—whether that dealt with mass immigration or the offshoring of American manufacturing.
A Commitment to The Truth
Our nation desperately needs more visionary and fearless truth-tellers—like Trump and Kanye West—to lead our nation’s political, cultural, and civil institutions. For too long cynical, mobbed-up politicians, Big Business, and media platforms have sold out our nation’s birthright and Christian heritage for a quick buck. Anyone willing to point out this fact is relentlessly attacked and deprived of their livelihood and/or reputation.
Kanye West has shown us that a price is going to be paid for speaking the truth in the Globalist American Empire. The real question is whether any of us will join Kanye in this wholehearted commitment to seeking the truth, to speaking the Truth, and to living out the truth in all our endeavors.
The time is now to commit ourselves as a nation to fearlessly standing up for the truth. After all, they can only cancel you if you allow them to, as Kanye West is showing.