‘Paper Magazine published a letter written by Kanye West in which he rebukes the fact that musicians are pinpointed as being “the Illuminati”, adding that “we don’t run anything”. Duh.
A few months after his wife’s big oily butt starred on the cover of Paper Magazine, Kanye West graces us with his timeless words of wisdom in the same publication. In his letter, Kanye describes his dabbling in the fashion world as an epic struggle everybody should care about, he compares himself to Steve Jobs several times and then goes off for a few paragraphs about how he’s an inventor and an innovator. In short, the letter is the most Kanye West thing ever written.
Beyond his usual rant, Kanye also rebukes the fact some people called the Tidal press conference an “Illuminati moment”.’
‘An Oscar-nominated film will still be released in the UK today despite its disturbing similarities to the Alps air disaster – to the disgust of cinema-goers near to the home of one of the three British victims.
Argentinian film Wild Tales features a mass killer who locks himself in the cockpit of a passenger jet and crashes it in to the ground to murder everyone on board.
In terrifying scenes the fictional passengers panic and one tries to smash his way through a door to get to the controls in chillingly similar circumstances to the ill-fated Germanwings Airbus A320 flight.’
‘“Now You See Me” is about big-time magicians doing incredible magic tricks … and some kind of a bank heist. But mostly, “Now You See Me” is about a shady organization named “The Eye” that controls these entertainers. While most viewers are dizzied with the senseless action of the movie, an important message is being communicated: The occult elite controls the entertainment business … Do you see it?’