Kanye West asked that all people, but especially black Americans, think for themselves. Part of that message was having an open mind about the work Donald Trump was doing as President to better minority communities – work the Democrats, after decades of broken promises, have never done. West’s words enraged liberals who demanded Kanye “shut up” and “go away.”
Ye vs. the People (starring TI as the People)
Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group
Published on Apr 28, 2018
In this interview, Wayne Jett discusses H.G. Wells’ Elite Manifesto and how it was received at the time of its release at the turn of the 20th century. He also describes how the book has been used as a roadmap for specific elites to follow as a means of implementing societal changes. This will surely be information that is not taught in school. Learn more about Wayne Jett and his book “The Fruits of Graft” at Classical Capital.
In 2015, two years before the twin firestorms that burned large sections of Northern and Southern California, Deborah Tavares appeared on the Jeff Rense radio program to discuss her uncanny prediction how such tragedies would unfold as part of a deliberately planned agenda that is supported by corporations such as PG&E (Pacific Gas and Electric Company) and state agencies such as the California Public Utilities Commission.