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#YE24: Kanye Tries Running For Presidency Again

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Ye with Nick Fuentes. Image source: Alex Young.

“There were no more pro-[communist] newspapers in Germany, like the kind of newspapers of German Jews — Berliner Tageblatt, Fossische Zeitung, Frankfurter Zeitung,” Ivan Ilyin complained in his “National Socialism: ‘A New Spirit'” article when the Nazis took power in Germany. “The editors of these newspapers could not fail to be aware of the importance of their course of action and the consequences it entails for National Russia and National Germany. But our Russian tragedy was alien to them; thus, the dramatic trouble that happened to them does not shock us or blind us.”

Almost a hundred years later, a similar “eye for an eye” formula still seems to work in politics.

“You’re not gonna take my pain away, right? The Jewish people say, ‘It’s the Holocaust, this happened, and you can’t say anything about it.’ We can’t take their pain away,” Ye complained during the recent Tim Pool’s Timcast IRL podcast show. “[Thus], no one gonna denounce the fact that they tried to lock me up.”

Ye, formerly known as Kanye West, also recently announced his #YE24 presidential campaign. The controversial comparison between Holocaust and his imaginary arrest came a few days after the artist declared he was running for president in 2024. 

Later on, once Tim Pool asked Ye if Jews might not be the necessary reason for the artist’s numerous financial and legal woes, he just took off and left Tim’s podcast show. Ye’s new friends, Milo Yiannopoulos and Nick Fuentes, also joined and left the show with the artist.

The Presidential Campaign

Recently, Ye announced his 2024 presidential campaign. In his campaign ad video, the “Black Skinhead” author chats with Nick Fuentes about Trump yelling at Ye and doubting his chances to win the presidency. There are no apparent signs of what policies Ye plans to implement in the White House other than ones related “directly to the bible.” 

However, the presence of Nick Fuentes, as well as multiple clips about cancel culture and allegations of antisemitism with scary music in the campaign ad, might indicate that #YE24 will be a Christian-nationalist platform. Or national-socialist, considering Ye’s recent comments about Jewish people. 

Vivica A. Fox Calls Ye Out

One of the mentioned “cancel culture” clips with scary music in Ye’s presidential campaign ad is Vivica A. Fox’s thoughts on recent Kanye’s actions.

“You got to cancel him. And I know we not trying to be in a cancel culture, but we got to hit him in his pockets now,” Fox shared. “Because he, obviously, doesn’t care about the African-American culture.”

Instead of saying anything back, Ye just used Fox’s quote in his campaign video. Later, the TV host retweeted the later-deleted campaign ad video and left her comments.

“Now dawling if u gonna use a clip featuring me it should be accurate,” Vivica A. Fox responded to Ye. “I was not happy with you 4 saying George Floyd wasn’t murdered, but hey THANKS 4 watching.” 

It’s unclear how #YE24 will turn out, but looks like a lot of news headings from Mr. West are soon to come.

Written By: Nikita Serdiuk | IG: @nikitasrdk | Twitter: @nktserdiuk

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My name is Nikita. I’m from Saint Petersburg, Russia and report on music industry and stuff.

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