White Supremacist Eminem Drops New Album Bashing Nigger Rap and Renouncing Former Anti-Trump Views

Benjamin Garland
Daily Stormer
September 4, 2018

Eminem’s new album Kamikaze is said to be available on Spotify and the digital music website Pirate Bay.

Marshall Mathers, better known by his stage name “Eminem,” grew up as a victim of anti-White racism in the “nigger-ridden hellhole” of Detroit, Michigan.

As his frustration mounted over the years, Eminem resolved to make it his life’s work to prove that “anything that niggers do, whites can do ten times better.”

He was able to accomplish this goal with relative ease by simply making a few politically incorrect rap comedy albums that made him both the best-selling rapper of all time and widely renowned as the most skilled of his genre.

After a brief stint with anti-racist, anti-Trump raps in 2017, during which he was presumably having a midlife crisis, Em has returned to his white supremacist roots with this week’s Kamikaze.

“[Kamikaze] is music for Trump’s America,” soyboy journalist Jonny Coleman writes at The Hollywood Reporter. “He’s reinforcing the most traditional white male American tropes through a classically black medium.”

Fucking BASED!

/ourwigger/

Kamikaze also features an endorsement for Bitcoin, the well-known Nazi currency, and vicious attacks on journalists (possibly as a way of Em giving his implicit approval to the upcoming Trump-inspired #DayoftheBrick).

Forbes:

Last year’s critical lashing has inspired some of Em’s most intricate wordplay and spirited flows in years, as he reckons with his own place in the industry and takes jabs at a wave of up-and-coming artists. Sadly, it hasn’t inspired him to check his most vile behavior or outdated stylistic choices at the door, which prevents the album from being the outright win Eminem desperately needed right now.

Kamikaze kicks off promisingly with the blistering “The Ringer,” a lyrical tour de force that finds Eminem acknowledging the L’s he took last year and putting everyone from mumble rappers to journalists on blast. “Do you have any idea how much I hate this choppy flow everyone copies though? Probably no,” he raps, dipping into rap’s omnipresent triplet flow for comedic effect before reverting back to his full-bodied attack.

mumble rap” lol smdh

Eminem has been an inspiration for young shitlords for years given his God-like trolling skills and woke views on women, faggots and race.

When a tape from his youth surfaced in 2003, in which he called a black woman a “nigger,” his trollish response was:

Or spoke to the “Oh Foolish Pride” girl
But I’ve heard people say they heard the tape and it ain’t that bad
But it was: I singled out a whole race
And for that I apologize, I was wrong
‘Cause no matter what color a girl is, she’s still a ho

LMAO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

ALL WOMEN ARE WHORES, NOT JUST NIGGER WOMEN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

lol cry moar faggots

He writes off Lil Pump and Lil Xan as Lil Wayne ripoffs, calls his Donald Trump-trashing freestyle cypher from last year’s BET Awards “garbage,” and exposes critics who “skim through the music to give sh*t reviews to get clicks.”

Em even went so far as to remix his anti-Trump freestyle into a scathing and controversial track in which he endorses white nationalism and exterminationism and calls on President Trump to “build that wall.”

The remix was released on Kamikaze as a hidden track, which most are unable to find. Thankfully, someone has uploaded it to YouTube as well:

This has been a welcome change for the underground Nazi community which, while still considering him a source of inspiration and a symbol of obvious Aryan superiority, had become disheartened by the direction he seemed to be moving in last year.

 

The “40-Year-Old Boomer” meme, popular on racist internet message boards such as 4chan, was largely inspired by Eminem’s cringy 2017 mid-life crisis.

While Eminem may seem an odd candidate for a Nazi to look up to, given his specialty is what most of them call “jungle music” and “nigger shit,” in fact he has been what some observers have called a “Nazi hiding in plain sight” and has been one of the few mainstream figures willing to stick up for white people in the face of hatred and discrimination for many years.

Liberal author Shmuley Ben Shekelheim, in his 2016 book “Eminem History X,” documents many instances of what he calls “Eminem’s frequent and virulent displays of racism, misogyny, homophobia and toxic white machismo.”

A couple of the songs which feature lyrics that Shekelheim highlights as being “problematic” are:

“Criminal” (2000)

From the Marshall Mathers LP, “Criminal” is full of, Shekelheim explains, “shockingly homophobic and insensitive rhymes” such as the following:

My words are like a dagger with a jagged edge
That will stab you in the head
Whether you’re a fag or les’
Or the homo-sex, hermaph’, or a trans’a’vest’
Pants or dress, hate fags? the answer’s “yes”
Homophobic? Nah, you’re just hetero phobic
Starin’ at my jeans, watchin’ my genitals bulgin’ (ooh!)
That’s my motherfuckin’ balls, you’d better let go of ’em
They belong in my scrotum
You’ll never get hold of ’em
Hey, it’s me, Versace
Whoops, somebody shot me!
And I was just checkin’ the mail
Get it, checkin’ the ‘male’?

“As the World Turns” (1999)

On this track off of the Slim Shady LP,  according to Shekelheim, Eminem engages in “virulent fat-shaming”:

…I told this bitch in gym class
That she was too fat to swim laps, she need a Slim Fast
(Who? Me?) Yeah, bitch, you so big
You walked into Vic Tanny’s and stepped on Jenny Craig
She picked me up to snap me like a skinny twig
Put me in a headlock, then I thought of my guinea pig
I felt the evilness and started transformin’
It began stormin’, I heard a bunch of cheering fans swarmin’
Grabbed that bitch by her hair, drug her across the ground
And took her up to the highest diving board
And tossed her down
Sorry coach, it’s too late to tell me stop
While I drop this bitch face down and watch her belly flop

“This is the type of virulent bigotry one expects to find at the [Neon-Nazi website] Daily Stormer, not on the records of a multi-Diamond selling, mainstream artist,” Shekelheim writes.

Much of the rest of the book centers around Shekelheim’s uncovering of Eminem’s “hatred for women.”

At a United States Senate hearing, Lynne Cheney criticized Eminem and sponsor Seagram for “promot[ing] violence of the most degrading kind against women”, labeling him as “a rap singer who advocates murder and rape” . . .

On October 26, 2000, Eminem was to perform at a concert in Toronto’s SkyDome. However, Ontario Attorney General Jim Flaherty argued that Canada should stop Eminem at the border. “I personally don’t want anyone coming to Canada who will come here and advocate violence against women”, he said. Flaherty claims to have been “disgusted” when reading transcriptions of Eminem’s song “Kill You”, which includes lines like “Slut, you think I won’t choke no whore/till the vocal cords don’t work in her throat no more?” . . .

A 2001 and 2004 study by Edward Armstrong found that of the 14 songs on The Marshall Mathers LP eleven contain violent and misogynistic lyrics and nine depict killing women through choking, stabbing, drowning, shooting, head and throat splitting. According to the study, Eminem scores 78% for violent misogyny while gangsta rap music in general reaches 22%. Armstrong argues that violent misogyny characterizes most of Eminem’s music and that the rapper “authenticates his self-presentations by outdoing other gangsta rappers in terms of his violent misogyny.”

It’s no wonder that Eminem, the self-proclaimed “nemesis to a feminist,”  is practically worshipped by countless right-wingers in every so-called “dark corner” of the internet.

The Alt-Right, the “Manosphere” and the MGTOW movement all consider him to have been ahead of his time in being “redpilled on the female menace.”

Shekelheim concludes his book with a chapter about the “harrowing” experience he was forced to endure on Twitter after “Nazi trolls” discovered he had been criticizing one of their “icons”:

I woke up every morning for a week straight with my inbox filled with memes of myself in a gas chamber and Eminem in a Nazi uniform hitting a button that said “gas.” “Shove your psychoanalysis up your ass, you filthy kike,” read one message from an anti-Semitic troll who goes by the pseudonym “FashyHaircut88.” Another, apparently thinking he was being clever, wrote in an ominous and very offensive message: “Keep pushing, kikes. Please keep pushing. You have Nazi anything yet.”

It’s considered an “open secret” that “FashyHaircut88,” who frequently posts on the TRS forum, is the boyfriend of Eminem’s hot daughter, Hailie Jade, though this has yet to be 100% confirmed.

For many, it comes as a relief to see Eminem regain his crown as the “#1 rapper of the Alt-Right.” Some of the most notable chapters of the Daily Stormer Book Club (SBC) are named after him such as the “Sons of Marshall” and the “8-Mile Division.”

This time last year it was a topic of heavy debate whether or not the Alt-Right should disavow Eminem for his anti-Trump antics, with official SBC spokesman Azzmador going so far as to claim that Eminem is “now just another SJW commie-faggot.”

Azzmador, who is the host of Daily Stormer’s The Krypto Report and himself an aspiring Nazi rapper, has now gone back on this statement, praising “the return of the Great White Hope”:

I was an outspoken critic of Eminem last year, due to all signs pointing to his transformation into a no-talent bitch-wigger with the sensibilities of an ugly 12-year-old girl and the politics of a castrated antifa who recently underwent a botched lobotomy. But based on these new revelations, I am willing to give him the benefit of the doubt and celebrate his coming out as likely having always been an undercover Neon-Nazi with a decades long mission to infiltrate the Jew-run nigger rap industry.

As a leading Neon-Nazi rapper myself, I would like to extend an offer to help revive his now-anemic career by doing a joint single with him I have written called “Hitler Did Nothing Wrong, You Dumb Jigaboo.”

Welcome back to the fold, Mr. Mathers. 1488!

Watch for the debut album by Azzmador and the TKR Wrecking Crew™️ (featuring Eminem?) to drop early 2019! Hot! Hot! Hot!

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