Kanye West praised Adolf Hitler and erupted in anti-Semitic criticism, wearing a black hood that covered his face and head during a bizarre speech with InfoWars host and conspiracy theorist Alex Jones on Thursday.
“I see the good in Hitler, too,” the rapper, who changed his legal name to E, told Jones. in New York Post reports.
“Every person has a value that he brought to the table, especially Hitler. I thought about Satan. Whether it’s Zionists or Hitler, it’s not a person. It is Satan who is using people who are under the control of demonic forces.”
Ye elaborated by telling Jones, “The Jewish media made us feel like the Nazis and Hitler never offered the world anything of value. Meanwhile, all these things are happening.”
Ye went on to mention that Planned Parenthood is dealing with “the demographic eugenics of the New World Order that is going on to this day.”
The rapper then began reading anti-Semitic jokes that the comedian made about Ben Shapiro, a conservative commentator and podcast host.
“Shapiro can tell how much change you have in your pocket by the sound of the ring,” E read from his phone.
Ye appeared alongside Nick Fuentes, a white nationalist commentator who also spoke out in anti-Jewish plots.
Fuentes, who is on Ye’s 2024 campaign, accused Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis of being “cleansed by Israel and the Mossad.”
“If I say something derogatory about the Mossad, is that moss-gynism?” You joked.
Jones slightly pushed Ye away, telling him, “I think most Jews are wonderful people. But I agree that there is a Jewish mafia.”
Jones added, “I don’t mind all this Jewish history.”
Ye replied that “his accounts were frozen” and that he was facing jail time.
Jones accused Planned Parenthood of being an “ab*rtion factory” that plays on “white guilt” to “help us kill black people” by soliciting donations from white people.
“What is this freaky crazy world?” Jones said to E.
Ye replied, “Zionist.”
Earlier this week, Ye walked out of an interview with right-wing podcaster Tim Poole after Poole debunked the rapper’s previous anti-Semitic plots that claimed Jews controlled the media.
Before the controversial part of the interview, Ye opened up about his finances.
He told Poole that the IRS held up four of his bank accounts because the rapper owes the federal government $50 million in taxes.
Last week, Fuentes and Ye had dinner with Donald Trump at the former president’s Mar-a-Lago residence in Palm Beach, sparking outrage.
Ye has generated significant backlash over the past two months, costing him lucrative partnerships with top brands including Adidas and Gap.
Adidas, the German sportswear maker, announced last week that it was launching an internal investigation into allegations that Ye, who partnered with the company to sell his clothing and footwear brand Yeezy, exposed p*rnographic material to employees.
Adidas cut ties with Ye last month after the rapper erupted into a bizarre anti-Semitic tirade on social media. Gap, another corporate partner who sold Ye’s clothing line, also fired him after his inflammatory remarks.
Ye and Adidas teamed up to sell their Yeezy shoe line back in 2013.
The company has faced criticism for not divorcing the former billionaire sooner, which many have chalked up to the fact that Adidas’ Ye-brand shoe sales were nearly $2 billion last year, according to Morgan Stanley.
The terminated partnership with Ye reduced his net worth from roughly $2 billion to a comparatively paltry $400 million, according to Forbes.
This article originally appeared on New York Post and reproduced with permission
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