Kanye v His People: Can he make them Great


There is something strange happening here, and what it is, is not exactly clear… so stop, hey what’s that sound, everybody look around….

Yes, sometimes music captures the essence of an era of change, where prevailing orthodoxies are overthrown.

We think of the 60’s and the hippies and Woodstock and the ushering in of the age of Cultural Marxism – hence those intro lyrics.

Well, something revolutionary is going on, and somehow Kanye West – the man who is married to some Kardashian – is an unlikely revolutionary in an unlikely revolution.

Simply put, he has broken out of his mental prison, reactivated his Twitter account and literally incited the downtrodden African Americans to a revolution. A revolution he may well lead, wearing a Make America Great Again hat.

I urge you all to follow this topic – it’s going to be fascinating.

As an intro – have a listen to his recently released track Ye vs The People:

Check out his Twitter feed:

Have a listen to this fascinating commentary from Scott Adams of Dilbert fame:

Basically, Kanye is being simultaneously threatened and talked down by his fellow rappers and African Americans. He addresses this to an extent in his song lyrics:

  • He is leading through love not hate
  • He is urging African Americans to break free from their mental prisons – and actually think for themselves
  • He retorts that should he just rap about drugs, shooting and buying luxury brands because he is rich (which is what they want him to do, which is the mental prison from which he is escaping)

This guy just might be the next president – hopefully 2025 and not 2021.

Unlikelier things have happened, so tune in and watch the seismic waves of this ripple out and change reality.

Watch this space.

Photo by rodrigoferrari