…by Jonas E. Alexis
Kanye West has just made Donald Trump feel good about himself by say that Trump is “my brother.” Trump responded by twitting: “Thank you Kanye, very cool!” Perhaps Obama was right by calling West “a jackass.”
Will West talk to his brother and tell him that he shouldn’t allow the Israeli regime to dictate US foreign policy? Will he tell his brother to “make America great again” and not “make Israel great again”? Will he tell his brother to pull our troops out of places like Syria? Will he tell his brother to stop supporting terrorist cells in the Middle East?
According to the Jerusalem Post itself, Israel has recently used “tear gas on Gaza protesters amid U.N. condemnation.” Listen to this:
“Israeli soldiers fired tear gas at Palestinians gathered for a protest at the Gaza-Israel border on Friday, hours after the United Nations human rights chief criticized Israel for using ‘excessive force’ against demonstrators there in recent weeks.
“Around 40 Palestinians have been killed by Israeli gunfire at the border fence since a planned six-week protest began there on March 30. The number of protesters usually swells to several thousands after Friday prayers.”
West’s brother hasn’t said a damn thing about this. In fact, he has supported virtually every evil act that the Israel regime has conducted against the Palestinians. West needs to open his eyes and “psycho-analyze” himself. If he wants to support his brother by wearing the “Make America Great Again” hat, then he must know that American isolationism is antithetical to what one ought to call Isralism.
If America has to be great again, then US politicians must denounce their unconditional allegiance to the Israeli regime precisely because the regime does not want to abide by the moral and political order. The regime wants to kill, still, and destroy. Spilling blood virtually all over the Middle East is what they do best. Killing innocent babies in the name of “self-defense” has been one of their wicked plans.
If West is going to call Trump his brother, then he needs to at least sit down with his brother from another mother and ask him deep questions about supporting terrorist regimes like Saudi Arabia, which has recently killed dozens upon dozens of innocent children.
West needs to get out of the Republican-Democrat matrix and start thinking really deep about the fundamental issues. Only then will he be able to free himself from the political bondage which the Israeli regime has hatched from Talmudic disputations.
Jonas E. Alexis has degrees in mathematics and philosophy. He studied education at the graduate level. His main interests include U.S. foreign policy, the history of the Israel/Palestine conflict, and the history of ideas. He is the author of the new book, Kevin MacDonald’s Metaphysical Failure: A Philosophical, Historical, and Moral Critique of Evolutionary Psychology, Sociobiology, and Identity Politics. He teaches mathematics in South Korea.