I’m not a moviegoer or a stargazer, so I wouldn’t think all that much about the Kanye West story, except that I had a client when I worked as a counselor – a beautiful black man married to a beautiful blond woman – and he too wanted to escape from the situation he was in. If I had known then what I know now (thanks to Kerth Barker’s books), I would never have suggested he stay with the family until the children were older. That family was connected to “The Cult” and political entities in very high places on the East Coast, who visited regularly. What I know now is that what my client and his wife described to me was a Luciferian cult. I hope they are all ok now. This is a very interesting VigilantCitizen article, given what I’ve learned from Kerth’s books…
Upon seeing all of this, one might ask: Is Kanye crazy? Well, it is obvious that he is not doing great. I don’t believe that many people would do great after being forcibly hospitalized and drugged for months. And he might be bipolar, I don’t know. However, when one knows about the dark side of the entertainment industry and its MKULTRA tendencies, everything he says actually makes sense. He would probably make more sense to people if he wasn’t prone to rambling and jumping from one topic to another. But to those who get what he is saying, he’s making perfect sense.
By viciously attacking his wife and her mother (the “Grand Priestess” of that family), Kanye is clearly trying to burn bridges and break away from the Kardashian coven. He is currently at his ranch in Wyoming, far away from Hollywood. Shortly after this Twitter rant, Dave Chapelle came by to visit him. That’s 100% appropriate because Chapelle knows that those who are deemed “crazy” in Hollywood are often the sanest ones. Check out this video about Chapelle talking about Martin Lawrence: