Truth, Justice, And The Wakandan Way

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Kayne West in The White House, Washington DC, USA last year

This afternoon.

Further to his Presidential bid….

….Rapper Kayne West reveals to Forbes:

That he’s running for president in 2020 under a new banner—the Birthday Party—with guidance from Elon Musk and an obscure vice presidential candidate he’s already chosen. “Like anything I’ve ever done in my life,” says West, “I’m doing to win.”

That he no longer supports President Trump. “I am taking the red hat off, with this interview.”

That he’s ok with siphoning off Black votes from the Democratic nominee, thus helping Trump. “I’m not denying it, I just told you. To say that the Black vote is Democratic is a form of racism and white supremacy.”

That he’s never voted in his life.

That he was sick with Covid-19 in February.

That he’s suspicious of a coronavirus vaccine, terming vaccines “the mark of the beast.”

That he believes “Planned Parenthoods have been placed inside cities by white supremacists to do the Devil’s work.”

That he envisions a White House organizational model based on the secret country of Wakanda – in Black Panther (2018)…

Kanye West Says He’s Done With Trump—Opens Up About White House Bid, Damaging Biden And Everything In Between (Forbes)

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38 thoughts on “Truth, Justice, And The Wakandan Way

    1. Nigel

      In a world where we aren’t playthings at the mercy of the whims of the rich and powerful. I want to live there.

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  1. M

    Presented to the world as the spokesman for anti-vax.

    And then destroyed in full public view along with the idea.

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  2. Junkface

    The ignorance of this dude, anti-vaxxers, jesus Not a fan of his autotune rubbish hip hop either.

    We are living through a moron apocalypse

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    1. Commenter #1

      No need for that. We need to invite him to a formal debate, preferably in a university, to challenge his ideas. I think your reference to his being a “moron” and “ignorant” is dangerous and an attempt to cancel him and stifle his free speech.

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      1. Junkface

        Ha ha! Lovely bit of trolling, thanks dear. Did I say cancel him? Nope, but I think following an illiterate Moron like Trump with another one would be a bad idea.

        Fortunately we already have all of the science we need to know about vaccinations. Science is truth, dig it man.

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        1. Commenter #1

          You may not have said “cancel,” but your attempt to denigrate his insight and perspective through ad hominem attacks is dangerous and illiberal.

          For shame.

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          1. Junkface

            This is the comment section commenter #1, not an open letter to society, I didn’t just write a thesis.

            Very silly comparison.

          2. SOQ

            commenter #1 is primarily interested in one upmanship- in case you haven’t twigged.

  3. Captain Pants

    “In 20 years time there’s gonna be no men or women anymore, just wankers.” Renton, Trainspotting 1995. How right he was.

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  4. Hector Rameriz

    Can’t wait until he visits and the government has those clowns versatile on the runway ‘rapping’…

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  5. SOQ

    This is obviously an attempt to challenge the Democrat’s perceived monopoly of the black vote.

    They probably won’t vote for him but some may consider voting along lines other than race.

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      1. SOQ

        The demographic who are African American or if they are already republican supporters, black American- they don’t like the African label apparently.

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    1. Nigel

      Or, how about the way black people vote isn’t a problem to be solved, unless the problem is they’re not voting for Trump, and maybe their reasons for voting mostly Democrat and not Republican are good and valid and deserve to be respected, and while the system may suck, a third party presidential candidate under the US system is always, always, always a spoiler.

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      1. SOQ

        So let me get my head around that one- a black man runs as an independent and that is somehow disrespecting other black people’s reasons for voting a certain way? Interesting interpretation of the democratic process there Nigel.

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        1. Nigel

          I’m sure the backing of a South African emerald family scion in an effort to sabotage Trump’s opponent will endear him to the black vote.

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          1. Vanessanelle

            I wouldn’t be as cynical as you there Nidgie

            But I do think he’s the None of the above Candidate that just might crack this sh1+ show wide open

          2. Nigel

            If he’s any way succesful as a candidate he’s more likely to keep the shi+show running right on schedule.

  6. Vanessanelle

    Wouldn’t not be great if Kid Rock was his Veep

    Here, can someone explain this t’ me

    “Planned Parenthoods have been placed inside cities by white supremacists to do the Devil’s work.”

    Ta, V

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    1. SOQ

      That is a complex issue in America V- I read recently that 50% of black pregnancies in New York are terminated. I can’t find that link right now but I did stumble across this- https://www.nytimes.com/2019/07/06/us/black-abortion-missouri.html

      It’s not an area I know much about but I do know that in the US, HIV rates among black gay men is way higher than average. I’d be doing a double take at anyone shouting ‘racist’ at those trying to bring those figures down.

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      1. Nigel

        Yeah, the one thing black American women need is another rich man who wants to deprive them of health care for their own good.

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  7. Lush

    Is it not just about splitting the Democrat vote?
    His clothing company got serious funding from the Covid-19 loan programme.
    I dunno, just asking.

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