Maybe not many people know Kanyes history, how he became a rapper from being a beat maker, but thats why he understands. He is really a Nietzschean higher man, perhaps the first after Morrison. At least as provocative, and in a much more evil time. He"s incredibly tough, has a heart of a lion. I got his first album when I went to Paris for a week and just played it raw while I walked through the city, it was raining quite a lot at night, the dusk across theater from the back of the Notre Dame, Paris was fitting Kanye exactly. Much later he recorded that song Niggas in Paris. That shit cray.
Anyway trailblazers aside we need to pull some moderate geniuses to our camp as the left begins to unleash its literal violence attempting to restart the civil war. This time the call for slavery comes from the north. Its just the will to vengeance of life upon itself, a well cultured malcontent that has become a plasma of turbulence in peoples lives. Its all these Hollywood movies where whole cities collapse and the guy saves one trying mother and baby from a roof and they fly into the sunset. Cognitive-emotive dissonance. Deep down they feel the cynicism but the power of the trance is so big that it is just swallowed and forgotten and taken up into the deep weavings of character.
A generation of slaves was bred but nevertheless nature becomes more than what mankind intends for it. The unrelenting fact of being is that it is self-valuing, even in the antithesis of its sustainment, it is of this nature. Wherever there is a significant plus to the power of a self valuing - famous people are usually in the negative toward their dark master-nodes (reality, "evil" to them) - fame has more of a price than we think, especially if it isn't spent in service to the people (not the fans but the inhabitants of the state one is from, etc) - there is the possibility of inviting it to truth. Truth never gets angry if people refuse it. It represses its pity and smiles.