Kanye West Labeled As “Anti-Semite Of The Year”

(FiveNation.com)- Rapper Kanye West has been named “Antisemite of the Year” by the watchdog organization StopAntisemitism.org because of his history of outspoken antisemitic comments, conspiracy theories about Jews, and support for the Nazi leader Adolph Hitler.

The organization chose Kanye West as the winner over Mohamed Hadid and Jon Minadeo II in its announcement on Sunday.

The organization claimed in its announcement that Kanye West’s threats of violence, offensive behavior, and hate speech all contributed to him winning this year’s award.

The group then called attention to the numerous instances in which Kanye West had displayed antisemitism, including his threat to commit “death con 3” on Jews and his tirades about the “Jewish media” working against him. When Kanye West praised Hitler in an interview with Alex Jones at the end of November, he took those sentiments to a new level.

“I like Hitler. I’m not trying to be shocking; I like Hitler. The Holocaust is not what happened. Let’s look at the facts of that, and Hitler has a lot of redeeming qualities,” “Hitler had a really cool outfit, and he was a really good architect. And he didn’t kill six million Jews.”

A few hours later, Kanye West was suspended from Twitter by CEO Elon Musk for sharing a Nazi swastika that had been combined with a Jewish Star of David as a sign of “love” for both groups.

Kanye West shared a purported screenshot of a private text exchange between him and Elon Musk, in which Musk allegedly stated that West had “gone too far” shortly after posting the symbol.

“You’ve gone too far, I’m sorry,” Elon is said to have told Kanye, “This is not love.”

“Who made you the judge?” Kanye retorted.

On Truth Social, Kanye continued to share the alleged exchange in which Elon was seen praying the Our Father prayer, to which Kanye responded, “I’m Jesus name.”

In a recent interview with Gavin McInnes, Kanye West reiterated his previous praise for Adolf Hitler and claimed that the Jewish media was to blame for the murderous dictator’s “bad reputation.”

In addition, he urged Jews to pardon Hitler while downplaying the atrocities of the Holocaust.