Saturday, April 15, 2023

#2637: Nick Cannon

Nicholas Scott Cannon is a television host, actor, rapper, comedian, general celebrity, anti-semitic conspiracy theorist and promoter of Louis Farrakhan’s dingbat version of blacksupremacism, including the deranged magic melanin idea. According to Cannon, white people are “savages”, who are “closer to animals”, and the “only way that they can act is evil”, and the reason is their lack of melanin, which is what produces the magic energy that is the source of humanity and civilization in other people – “Jewish people, white people, Europeanshave a “deficiency” that historically caused them to act out of fear and commit acts of violence to survive.


Worse than regular white people, however, are zeh Jews, who run a global conspiracy that controls finance; they are “the bloodlines that control everything – even outside of America”, “the Illuminati, the Zionists, the Rothschilds”. Zeh Jews achieved that position apparently by stealing the identity of black people, who, as Cannon sees things, are the “true Hebrews”. He denied that he was being anti-semitic, however: “the semitic people are the Black people” so “you can’t be anti-Semitic when we are the semitic people. When we are the same people who they want to be. That’s our birthright.” So there. Cannon famously explained and elaborated on his ideas during an episode of his podcast Cannon’s Class with Professor Griff (together with former Public Enemies-member Richard Griffin, who himself has espoused anti-semitic conspiracy theories), which led to ViacomCBS’s termination of their relationship with him, notably the program Wild ‘N Out. ViacomCBS reinstated him a bit later, however, after he made a statement apologizing for his comments (or rather, about comments that had been projected as negative) about Jewish people and demanded complete ownership for Wild n Out and an apology from ViacomCBS for his termination.


Apparently, Cannon is currently working on a documentary promoting the insane pseudoscientific ramblings of Dr. Sebi. The documentary was apparently originally the brainchild of rapper Nipsey Hussle, and when Hussle died, Cannon helped promote the conspiracy theory that he was killed for his involvement with the documentary. “Spiritual Warfare is REAL and in full effect,” declared Cannon.


Diagnosis: Utterly batshit conspiracy theorist, and though he is famous enough to be taken to task when his lunacy descend into bigotry, most of his nonsense seem to fly under most people’s radar. And his conspiracy theories seem to have a broader impact than most people seem to realize.


  1. And now Nick thinks women are standing in line to have his children! Taylor Swift, come on down!!

    1. Personally I think she needs to get a restraining order against this headcase.

  2. "According to Cannon, white people are “savages”, who are “closer to animals”, and the “only way that they can act is evil”...

    Well, given that he's an ugly antisemite moron and he reads a lot of antisemitic websites (Books? No, I don't think he's a book-friendly person), he has stumbled upon a quotation from the 18th-century book called "Tanya" from one of the earliest Hasidim rabbis who first said those phrases against the Gentiles he just repeats. But, unfortunately, neonazis & other right-wing bastards can not recognize the context, but for their audience, that's good enuff methinks.