The group's founder, who has chosen to remain anonymous and created Yeezianity about a month ago, claims the religion is real.
"In a lot of ways, after I created it, I reflected on it and thought that this was just a rehashing of Christianity, but just throwing Yeezus instead of Jesus," he explained to Noisey. "And you know what? That's why I felt Kanye did it. He just put the name there. Jesus has all this baggage and all these connotations, and Yeezus is this new thing -- and that's why I say in the 'Our Savior' part of the site, 'We don't speak of his public persona.' Because Yeezus is when Kanye elevates to that God-level, which I feel like we all have the potential to do. That's why if it takes off, in the future, people would forget Kanye and his antics, and instead focus on what the message is."
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1. All things created must be for the good of all
2. No human being’s right to express themselves must ever be repressed
3. Money is unnecessary except as a means of exchange
4. Man possesses the power to create everything he wants and needs
5. All human suffering exists to stimulate the creative powers of Man
VICE’s music website Noisey scored the first interview with the founder of “Yeezianity,” who was seemingly upfront about what exactly he was doing. “I believe in what it is, and that’s real,” the anonymous founder said. “But is there a real organized religion behind it? There is not.”
Of course, before “Yeezianity” turned Kanye into a God, he did it himself, first all the way back in 2004 with his song “Jesus Walks” and the Rolling Stone cover above to the left. (Source of article: www.mediaite.com )