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Title: Ye is Back! They Canít Control Him! Itís Up! Illuminati Conspiracies! Jesus is King!
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URL Source: https://dailystormer.in/ye-is-back- ... ti-conspiracies-jesus-is-king/
Published: Nov 12, 2022
Author: Andrew Anglin
Post Date: 2022-11-13 16:37:48 by AllTheKings'HorsesWontDoIt
Keywords: Kanye West, Jewish Control
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Ye is Back! They Can’t Control Him! It’s Up! Illuminati Conspiracies! Jesus is King!

Andrew Anglin November 12, 2022

Ye was gone for a while, but he’s back with a new video interview from his car.

The entire clip that is currently available is here. He was clearly talking longer than this, but only 2 minutes can be found on the internet.

Ye says he wants to talk to Minister Farrakhan, who he claims slighted him in a recent statement. This was apparently a reference to a recent clip from the Minister about Ye and Kyrie Irving.

Farrakhan seemed respectful in the clip, so I don’t really understand what the issue was. It would have been nice to have the whole clip to see the context of that.

Ye also talked about the fact that every other black besides him is controlled. Presumably, the sports people are just controlled with money, but we now know, from the texts Ye published, that these Jews will also threaten to kidnap and chemically lobotomize black entertainers who speak out about the Jew problem.

Moreover, Ye claims that rappers kill people and get caught and then agree to be completely controlled by the Jew music industry who can hold the crimes over their heads. Although there is no proof of this, it seems true, intuitively. It fits in logically with the Jewish record industry obsession with gangster rap – they can make sure that all of the top performers in black music are 100% controlled. No one facing decades in prison for multiple murders – which most of the top gang rappers would have on them – is going to speak out and have charges brought.

Ye also went into the concept of Illuminati type ritual sacrifice, suggesting that his own mother was killed in some kind of ritual. He said that Michael Jordan’s dad and Dr. Dre’s son were also killed in a sacrifice. If I could talk to Ye, I would tell him that while this may be true, it’s not the best topic to be talking about right now – especially given that he has that Jew Harley Pasternak dead to rights threatening to “send him to zombieland” by mass drugging him. That Jew is probably some kind of MK Ultra handler. There’s a lot of stuff to go into there without going into questionable areas of human ritual sacrifice of the loved ones of celebrities.

To be fair, he doesn’t say all of that. I’m just familiar with the theories, so I understand what he’s hinting at. But all he really did was hint. He said that there seem to be a lot of people coming up dead in Hollywood, and this is very obviously true, and it’s fair to say. It’s just that if you go too far in that direction, they will start to pigeon-hole you as a kook theorist, and that takes away from the stuff you can prove definitively.

I’m very glad to see Ye back, and I’d really like to see another long-form interview with him, hopefully with someone a bit friendlier. At this point, it would make sense for him to start going onto alternative media platforms where he’s going to get a fair hearing, instead of going to be harassed again by the likes of Piers Morgan and Lex Friedman.

We are rolling home to glory. Ye is tired, I’m sure, but this is about our country and about God and we need to keep the pressure on the Jews.

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HARLEY PASTERNAK: This is the ‘FITNESS GURU’ and 100% confirmed MK-Ultra handler who institutionalized Kanye West. (Video)

Posted on November 10, 2022

stateofthenation.co/?p=143914

Kanye Shares Texts Allegedly Showing His Trainer Told Him to Apologize to Jewish People Or Be Forcibly Institutionalized

www.informationliberation.com/?id=63442

Amazing Polly

Kanye Drops a Bomb — Who is Harley Pasternak and Why Should You Care? (Video)

Posted on November 10, 2022

stateofthenation.co/?p=143912

(I haven't watched it yet, but Polly is usually pretty good.)

As I said on another post, if they are not using him to push more "hate crime" laws, I'm impressed.

"...as long as there..remain active enemies of the Christian church, we may hope to become Master of the World...the future Jewish King will never reign in the world before Christianity is overthrown - B'nai B'rith speech http://www.biblebelievers.org.au/luther.htm / http://bible.cc/psalms/83-4.htm

AllTheKings'HorsesWontDoIt  posted on  2022-11-13   17:09:44 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


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[I worked on this for 2 or 3 hours in the middle of the night, a couple of nights ago. I thought I had lost it. I didn't finish it, but am going to post it now while I still can (computer giving me fits at the moment). I'm thinking this is significant and even pretty historic and I want to record some of it in one place...and haven't even gotten to the part about Kyrie Irving.]

Polly true to form.

At around 22:10 she brings us Randy Quaid and Dave Chappelle, the man who came in and found they had built a wall where his office was (I didn't know any of these people before, my bad...well except for West...I had heard a little about him in relation to the Kardashians).

Here's the latest on Dave Chappelle as introduced by SOTN:

WOWSER!!! Comedian Dave Chappelle Discreetly Takes Off On “THE JEWS” (Video)

READ HERE: Dave Chappelle Uses ‘SNL’ Monologue to Echo Kanye’s Antisemitism

stateofthenation.co/?p=144584

at yahoo news:

Dave Chappelle Uses ‘SNL’ Monologue to Echo Kanye’s Antisemitism

Matt Wilstein

Sun, November 13, 2022 at 12:34 AM·3 min read

In this article:

Dave Chappelle

American comedian and actor (born 1973)

On the first Saturday Night Live episode after each of the past two presidential elections, Dave Chappelle served as host and used the opportunity to share his thoughts about the state of American politics. The comedian returned for a third time this week after the midterms, but this time something was different.

It was Chappelle’s first time hosting SNL since he came under fire for a slew of transphobic jokes in his latest Netflix special The Closer. And before he even took the stage at Studio 8H for his monologue, there was palpable anger on social media and On the first Saturday Night Live episode after each of the past two presidential elections, Dave Chappelle served as host and used the opportunity to share his thoughts about the state of American politics. The comedian returned for a third time this week after the midterms, but this time something was different.

It was Chappelle’s first time hosting SNL since he came under fire for a slew of transphobic jokes in his latest Netflix special The Closer. And before he even took the stage at Studio 8H for his monologue, there was palpable anger on social media and the threat of a boycott from the show’s writers, especially given that this season SNL has its first gender nonbinary cast member in Molly Kearney.

But while he made a point to avoid the topic that has seemingly consumed him for the past couple of years, Chappelle may have dug himself an even deeper hole by—deliberately—defending the essence of Kanye West’s antisemitic rhetoric through comedy.

The comedian entered the room and began by reading a brief statement: “I denounce antisemitism in all its forms and I stand with my friends in the Jewish community. And that, Kanye, is how you buy yourself some time.”

Chappelle went on to explain that over his 35-year career, he has come to learn that there are “two words in the English language that you should never say together in sequence: ‘The’ and ‘Jews.’” And he had some strong jokes about West’s “death con 3” tweet and the ramifications he faced from Adidas and others for his words.

“It’s a big deal, he had broken the show business rules,” Chappelle said. “You know, the rules of perception. If they’re Black, then it’s a gang. If they’re Italian, it’s a mob. If they’re Jewish, it’s a coincidence and you should never speak about it.”

After noting that “Kanye got in so much trouble that Kyrie [Irving] got in trouble,” Chappelle said, “This is where I draw the line. I know the Jewish people have been through terrible things all over the world, but you can’t blame that on Black Americans.” That line was met with silence save for a single shout from the audience. “Thanks, the one person that said ‘woo.’”

SNL’s ‘Fox & Friends’ Turn on Trump: ‘He’s Dead to Us’

“I’ve been to Hollywood and—no one get mad at me—I’m just telling you what I saw,” he added, pausing for effect. “It’s a lot of Jews. Like a lot. But that doesn’t mean anything! You know what I mean? Because there are a lot of Black people in Ferguson, Missouri, it doesn’t mean we run the place.” He said the “delusion that Jews run show business” is “not a crazy thing to think,” but “it’s a crazy thing to say out loud.”

There was much more to Chappelle’s monologue, which spanned more than 15 minutes and also covered Herschel Walker (“observably stupid”) and what some are calling “the end of the Trump era.”

But it was his decision to push the type of antisemitic conspiracies that got West in trouble, albeit through jokes, that stood out and will continue to reverberate.

“It shouldn’t be this scary to talk about anything,” he concluded. “It’s making my job incredibly difficult. And to be honest with you, I’m sick of talking to a crowd like this. I love you to death and I thank you for your support. And I hope they don’t take anything away from me… whoever they are.”

http://news.yahoo.com/dave-chapp...tisemitism-053449778.html

Dave Chappelle targets Kanye West, Donald Trump and others on 'Saturday Night Live' (LA Times)

... Much of the routine was aimed at West, who is also known by his preferred name, Ye.

Chappelle said that during his 35-year career, he had heard that "there are two words in the English language that you should never say together in sequence, and those words are 'the' and 'Jews.' Never heard someone do good after saying that."

Chappelle also mocked the rapper for bragging that the sportswear maker Adidas would not drop him for making antisemitic remarks. He also referenced (Kyrie) Irving, who has been suspended indefinitely by the Nets for posting a link to a film that contains antisemitic material...

In response to Chappelle's monologue, Anti-Defamation League chief executive Jonathan Greenblatt tweeted on Sunday, "We shouldn't expect @DaveChappelle to serve as society's moral compass, but disturbing to see @nbcsnl not just normalize but popularize #antisemitism. Why are Jewish sensitivities denied or diminished at almost every turn? Why does our trauma trigger applause?"

http://news.yahoo.com/dave-chapp...kanye-west-173139768.html

USA TODAY

Dave Chappelle tackles Ye, antisemitism on 'SNL': 'I don't think Kanye is crazy at all'

Sun, November 13, 2022

From one controversial figure to another, Dave Chappelle opened his "Saturday Night Live" hosting appearance by discussing Ye.

"I denounce antisemitism in all its forms. I stand with my friends in the Jewish community," said Chappelle, before turning to the camera and adding, "And that, Kanye, is how you buy yourself some time."

The comedian said he grew up around Jewish people, so he's "not freaked out by your culture."

"Why do some people in your culture dress like Run-DMC?" he jokingly added.

Chappelle brought the show back to Ye and the infamous "Drink Champs" podcast last month in which the rapper declared, "I can say antisemitic things and Adidas won't drop me."...

"They dropped (him) immediately," Chappelle said. "Ironically, Adidas was founded by Nazis, and even they were offended. I guess the students have surpassed the teachers."

In another quip about Ye, Chappelle argued that people with mental illness have committed murder, so he doesn't share the sentiment that mental illness isn't an excuse for antisemitism.

"I don't think Kanye is crazy at all," he added. "I think he's possibly not well."

Chappelle said the "crazy" part about Ye is that the star said antisemitic things "out loud."...

Later, in a barbershop-style skit, Kenan Thompson's character said of West, "Ye lost me when he wore that White Lives Matter shirt."

Ego Nwodim's character added, "Right, or when he said that mess about George Floyd."

"And his comments about Jewish people. I mean, way off the mark. … I set all my Yeezys on fire. I mean, they're only sneakers, right?" said Michael Longfellow's character, to which the rest of the barbershop went silent.

Brands, stars finally spoke out on Kanye West's problematic comments. What took so long?

Dave Chappelle receives two Emmy nominations: Backlash continues for controversial Netflix special...

Dave Chappelle's 'SNL' monologue slammed as 'disturbing'

A day following his appearance on "SNL," Chappelle drew backlash online for his remarks on antisemitism made during his opening monologue.

In a tweet Sunday, Jonathan Greenblatt, CEO of the Jewish civil rights organization Anti-Defamation League, criticized the insensitivity of Chappelle's humor toward Jewish people and their struggle with antisemitism.

"We shouldn't expect Dave Chappelle to serve as society's moral compass, but disturbing to see ("SNL") not just normalize but popularize #antisemitism," Greenblatt wrote. "Why are Jewish sensitivities denied or diminished at almost every turn? Why does our trauma trigger applause?"...

http://news.yahoo.com/dave-chapp...tisemitism-055904102.html

Kanye West says Jews 'rule' media, shares spreadsheet with names of Jewish execs at top media companies

Ye listed companies with Jewish employees working at their highest levels, including Disney, Paramount, USA Today, and the Los Angeles Times Published on Oct 30, 2022

Kanye West said that he had never realized it was offensive to mention that many of his business partners and employees are Jewish (Jacopo M Raule/Getty Images) ...

Kanye West backed up his antisemitic claim that Jews rule Hollywood and the media by presenting a spreadsheet he said contained the names of Jewish executives in major media companies. This was just another example of West's antisemitic remarks. On Friday night, Oct 28, West, whose official name is Ye, spoke at length to photographers, turning his cell phone toward the cameras to show bystanders the number of Jews currently in positions of power in the media.

The Daily Mail reported that it could not confirm West's claims because their names were not clear. He listed companies where Jewish employees work at the highest levels, including Disney, Paramount, USA Today, and the Los Angeles Times. A common anti-Semitic stereotype that has long been used to fuel hatred of Jews is the idea that wealthy Jews control various industries.

When speaking with the media on Friday, West said that he had never realized it was offensive to mention that many of his business partners and employees are Jewish. "I didn't realize that it was antisemitic to say hey you know, I have a Jewish attorney, I have a Jewish record label, I have a Jewish contractor," Ye stated after he reads out a definition of the term antisemitism.

He then brought out the list of executives and started reading the names of businesses where Jewish executives are employed when questioned if he should withdraw parts of his remarks. Referring to the list on which the majority of the names are highlighted in red he said, "the red are the executives that are Jewish at these companies." He claimed to have "had experiences (with Jewish executives) where it felt like I was being teamed up on." He made this statement to the media, as cited by Daily Mail.

In response to his continued remarks, West continued, the industry effectively blacklisted him, "actually proving what I had to say," that is, Jewish executives have decided to prevent him from engaging in certain economic activities and, consequently, from exercising influence. West did not apologize for his remarks, but stated that he had been "humbled." His highly successful Yeezy clothing line, distributed by Adidas, and an estimated $1 billion in business deals have been lost due to the uproar over his remarks.

In a two-and-a-half-hour chat with podcast presenter and Jewish Russian-American computer scientist Lex Fridman earlier this week, Ye kept defending his anti-Semitic viewpoint. Ye said that Jews "control the media" and that they were to blame for his mental health issues. Ye told the host, "We are still in the Holocaust. A Jewish friend of mine said, ''Go visit the Holocaust Museum,'' and my response was, let's visit our Holocaust Museum: Planned Parenthood." He added, "Fifty percent today of . . . black people's deaths today is abortion. It's not racism; that's too wide of a term. It's genocide and population control that black people are in today in America, that is promoted by the music and the media that black people make, that Jewish record labels get paid off of."

http://meaww.com/kanye-west-says...ith-names-of-jewish-execs

"...as long as there..remain active enemies of the Christian church, we may hope to become Master of the World...the future Jewish King will never reign in the world before Christianity is overthrown - B'nai B'rith speech http://www.biblebelievers.org.au/luther.htm / http://bible.cc/psalms/83-4.htm

AllTheKings'HorsesWontDoIt  posted on  2022-11-16   11:34:21 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


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