Kanye Not The Most Reliable Pop Intellectual After All

This changed pretty quickly...

After a number of increasingly extreme antisemitic rants last year, Kanye West has declared that he’s alright again with Jews after watching a movie with Jonah Hill.

In an Instagram post Saturday, the rapper shared a promotional poster for “21 Jump Street,” a 2012 crime comedy in which the Jewish actor costarred alongside Channing Tatum.

“Watching Jonah Hill in 21 Jump street made me like Jewish people again,” Ye wrote. “No one should take anger against one or two individuals and transform that into hatred towards millions of innocent people.”

... And for very well thought out reasons, of course!

I was kind of big on Kanye West taking it to his opponents and against the established elites who control American foreign policy and have such an undue influence on Western culture...

And it all ends with that..?!

Some more on this:

“No Christian can be labeled antisemite knowing Jesus is Jew,” Ye added.

The post was Ye’s first on social media this year, after losing access to his accounts over his antisemitic tirades, including an appearance on far-right conspiracy theorist Alex Jones’s podcast during which he praised Adolf Hitler and described himself as a Nazi.

Not entirely wrong - sure. We cannot hate people. We also have to be aware that Jesus Christ was an actual Hebrew - not a Jew, but an ethnic Hebrew who had authentic Judaism as a part of his heritage.

But he renounces the Talmudism and completely universalizes the God of Israel, as was predicted in Malachi, and Judaism as we know it actually draws to an end and becomes embodied in the universal faith of Jesus- Christ.

There are no more Hebrews. Hebrew descent people? Sure. But the religion of the Hebrews has ceased to exist as how the Hebrews had practiced it, and it now exists only in the practice of Christianity which alone recognizes the Old Testament in light of the teachings of the Messiah.

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