Kanye West Attacks The New World Order And ‘Thought Police’ On Twitter

Kanye West Attacks The New World Order And ‘Thought Police’ On Twitter

The Rapper Tweeted support for Candace Owens

Kanye West has once again taken to Twitter with a vicious attack on political correct ‘thought crimes’ and the New World Order sparking massive outrage from the left. 

West has been absent from Twitter for almost a tear for unknown reasons, but he has returned with interesting thoughts on the state of the world.

Kanye expresses support for a black activist and opposition to the Black Lives Matter movement, Candace Owens.

The Rapper Tweeted support for Candace Owens, a well-known critic of the George Soros funded black lives matter movement.  

Owens is the communications director of the Trump administration, also a known for driving right-wing messages to young blacks across America.

Black self-victimisation

West Tweeted what he believes the globalists are doing to make black people in stay with the “victimhood” mentality.

In one Tweet he called “self-victimization” a “disease” in the black community and that slavery no longer exists in America.

West also vented his frustration on how the “thought police” were trying to suppress him for his beliefs:

“We have freedom of speech but not freedom of thought.”

He then attacked hard-core capitalists” and the new world order who are “creating the illusion that the value of money is worth more than the value of time and friends.”

West is a ‘truther’

The Rapper then Tweeted about how he values the truth and is not afraid of controversy:

“Truth is my goal. Controversy is my gym. I’ll do a hundred reps of controversy for a 6 pack of truth,” he wrote.


West also criticised religion and the idea that people should be “God-fearing” before calling it a “dated mentality”.

This kind of mentality is “used to control people,” he said. “We are in the future. If God is love and loves it’s [sic] the opposite of fear then… to fear God makes no sense.”

West shows love for President Donald Trump

In a controversial conversation with Hot 97 radio host Ebro Darden, West confirmed he loved President Donald Trump.

West had famously met with the President-elect at the Trump Tower New York in 2016 to discuss “discuss multicultural issues” but later deleted pro Trump Tweets after the Muslim ban.

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