>>359721>His beef with jews doesn't make him to qualify to anything related to politics.
I say he's qualified because I've listened to him. Don't just look at him, see he has black skin, and just hate the guy and everything he would have to say. That's the lowest form of racism. An intelligent racist man would look at the content of their character, like MLK said. That's why most people don't have a problem with the Japanese, even though they're not our people either, but they're clearly good people. Then, those same people have problems with the Chinese, Blacks, and many others, because of their character. And if you look at Ye, what's he been doing? Well, first of all, he's clearly had his life changed by Christ, so he's been undergoing a personal transformation. I don't necessarily expect that to be a convincing argument to you, but that's just what I see, and it matters a great deal. He also said white lives matter. Why did he say that? He gave a few reasons. First, because it's true, and also because he's trying to overthrow the current pattern. Does that sound like a low-IQ pampered black guy to you? He's using higher cognition to navigate the conversation in a way that would strike at the foundations of the narrative. He also wanted to say that particularly because a black guy, because the narrative paints them as eternal victims, so he wanted to flip it on its head. That's essentially what he said. I think he's even the one who came up with the concept of love speech, which is to say, we love everyone, and that's why we do what we do as Christians, and that's why things must change. If you think Ye is stupid, you just haven't paid attention. He even famously said he loves Hitler, which of course, we all do, but he's actually giving up a lot to say this stuff. We're just sitting here saying it on an anonymous board. Give respect where it's due.>And how you know that?
I was referring to Trump voters. I was saying that many of us are Trump voters. In fact, things are going exactly as we wanted them to in 2016 when we first voted for him. We knew he wasn't as extreme as we wanted, but he would presumably pave the way for what we really want when someone even more extreme came along, and hey, now some have shown up. Ye has complained about some of the same things you're saying. He even said people in his position are required to sacrifice people to be there. Now, I think he denies having done so himself, but it's anyone's guess as to if he really did or not. And, to me, that just doesn't matter anymore. Any benefit he would have gotten from that, he's already burnt a lot of it by doing these things, and the rest of it is probably going to cleaning up the system that produced that, because he's clearly not part of that club anymore. I mean, it's clear to me. Controlled opposition never says the exact truth. There's always a few key things they won't say, and he's said them, and even keeps doubling down on them and pushing harder and harder. He keeps saying exactly what needs to be said, and what needs to be said is also the most censored things you can say. It's two sides of the same coin. The more censored a piece of the truth is, the more it needs to be discussed. If it wasn't important, it wouldn't be so censored.