Rapper Jay-Z seems to be getting that something isn’t quite right with the Occupy Movement, though he still hasn’t connected all the dots. The Blaze has more…
“What’s the thing on the wall, what are you fighting for?” Jay-Z said in a recent New York Times magazine interview.
“I’m not going to a park and picnic, I have no idea what to do, I don’t know what the fight is about. What do we want, do you know?” he said he asked rap magnate Russel Simmons.
His questions for the anti-corporate movement continued:
I think all those things need to really declare themselves a bit more clearly. Because when you just say that ‘the 1 percent is that,’ that’s not true. Yeah, the 1 percent that’s robbing people, and deceiving people, these fixed mortgages and all these things, and then taking their home away from them, that’s criminal, that’s bad. Not being an entrepreneur.
“This is free enterprise. This is what America is built on,” he added, defending those who, he thinks, create wealth and success legitimately.
Alrighty then, is Jay-Z is upset that the movement to which he stated support, is targeting everyone that has been successful? Is he realizing that they are a pack of Marxists that would do him in, right along with the evil bankers (that were following what the government told them to do)? It’s hard to tell, and while the author at The Blaze doubts it, it is quite possible that Jay-Z is beginning to realize that the monster that would eat the bankers would devour him as well.
To Jay-Z, I can only say that I respect your success, and would do nothing to take it from you. Occupy, however, are avowed Marxists, and if they succeed, it won’t matter what you’ve done for them, you are wealthy, and that means that you have to go. Success is inherently evil to the occupods, and terribly unfair. Your wealth will be taken, and if you’re lucky, they’ll let you live.
Hopefully, Jay-Z realizes this, before he discovers the fate of the useful idiots.