Kanye West says: 'Every human being has value that they brought to the table, especially Hitler'

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By James Kay

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Kanye West has caused controversy after a recent interview where he appeared to praise Adolf Hitler, all whilst wearing a black hood that covered his face.

West, 45, has been making headlines recently for a plethora of reasons, including announcing that he's running for president in 2024, and being suspended from Twitter for allegedly posting anti-Semitic tweets.

The rapper was removed from the site in October after saying he was going to go "death con 3" on Jewish people, and stating he can't be anti-Semitic because Black people are "actually [Jews]"

The 45-year-old has caused a wave of controversy again after appearing on Infowars with conspiracy theorist Alex Jones on Thursday.

Check out what West had to say below

As per the New York Post, West unleashed an anti-Semitic tirade, where he claimed he can see the good in all people, including Nazi dictator Adolf Hitler.

He said: "Every human being has value that they brought to the table, especially Hitler."

The rapper elaborated on his comments: "I was thinking about Satan. Whether it’s the Zionists or Hitler — it’s not the person. It’s Satan using the people, who are controlled by demonic forces.

"The Jewish media has made us feel like the Nazis and Hitler have never offered anything of value to the world."

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West went on to comment that there was a scheme by Planned Parenthood and that it was engaged in "New world order population eugenics that is happening to this date."

Jones, 48 - who was ordered to pay $4.1 million to the parents killed in the 2012 Sandy Hook massacre after claiming the tragedy was a hoax - also had thoughts on Planned Parenthood.

He claimed that the organization was an "abortion mill" to "help us kill Black people". He also believes that it plays on "white guilt" by soliciting donations from white people.

He questioned West about the state of the world that this could be allowed to happen, to which the rapper replied: "Zionist."

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West recently lost a brand deal with Adidas due to his alleged comments. Credit: Media Punch / Alamy

Jones did appear to push back against these comments, stating: "I think most Jews are great people. But I agree there’s a Jewish mafia." He went on to say he is "not on the whole Jew thing".

The Grammy-winner was joined by Nick Fuentes, a right-wing commentator who is aiding in West's presidential bid.

The rapper also took aim at Ben Shapiro as he read anti-Semitic jokes from his phone. "Shapiro can tell just how much change is in your pocket from hearing a jingle," he said.

Featured image credit: Media Punch / Alamy

Kanye West says: 'Every human being has value that they brought to the table, especially Hitler'

vt-author-image

By James Kay

Article saved!Article saved!

Kanye West has caused controversy after a recent interview where he appeared to praise Adolf Hitler, all whilst wearing a black hood that covered his face.

West, 45, has been making headlines recently for a plethora of reasons, including announcing that he's running for president in 2024, and being suspended from Twitter for allegedly posting anti-Semitic tweets.

The rapper was removed from the site in October after saying he was going to go "death con 3" on Jewish people, and stating he can't be anti-Semitic because Black people are "actually [Jews]"

The 45-year-old has caused a wave of controversy again after appearing on Infowars with conspiracy theorist Alex Jones on Thursday.

Check out what West had to say below

As per the New York Post, West unleashed an anti-Semitic tirade, where he claimed he can see the good in all people, including Nazi dictator Adolf Hitler.

He said: "Every human being has value that they brought to the table, especially Hitler."

The rapper elaborated on his comments: "I was thinking about Satan. Whether it’s the Zionists or Hitler — it’s not the person. It’s Satan using the people, who are controlled by demonic forces.

"The Jewish media has made us feel like the Nazis and Hitler have never offered anything of value to the world."

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Credit: Media Punch / Alamy

West went on to comment that there was a scheme by Planned Parenthood and that it was engaged in "New world order population eugenics that is happening to this date."

Jones, 48 - who was ordered to pay $4.1 million to the parents killed in the 2012 Sandy Hook massacre after claiming the tragedy was a hoax - also had thoughts on Planned Parenthood.

He claimed that the organization was an "abortion mill" to "help us kill Black people". He also believes that it plays on "white guilt" by soliciting donations from white people.

He questioned West about the state of the world that this could be allowed to happen, to which the rapper replied: "Zionist."

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West recently lost a brand deal with Adidas due to his alleged comments. Credit: Media Punch / Alamy

Jones did appear to push back against these comments, stating: "I think most Jews are great people. But I agree there’s a Jewish mafia." He went on to say he is "not on the whole Jew thing".

The Grammy-winner was joined by Nick Fuentes, a right-wing commentator who is aiding in West's presidential bid.

The rapper also took aim at Ben Shapiro as he read anti-Semitic jokes from his phone. "Shapiro can tell just how much change is in your pocket from hearing a jingle," he said.

Featured image credit: Media Punch / Alamy