According to Aretha Franklin’s jewish record producer, Jerry Wexler, her biggest hit, “Respect” was actually an anthem for radical social change masquerading as a catchy pop song:
Aretha Franklin, the “Queen of Soul,” died Thursday at the age of 76. Her death reverberated so deeply that an incredible array of people from around the world, from US presidents Donald Trump and Barack Obama to musicians Paul McCartney and Diana Ross, took to social media to pay tribute.
Though the legendary singer’s first album was released in 1956, it took her years to achieve mainstream success. She rose to prominence in large part from the 1967 smash hit “Respect,” a cover of Otis Redding’s song from two years earlier that achieved much greater popularity than the original.
The man who helped her record “Respect” was the producer Jerry Wexler, a one-time journalist and the son of a German Jewish father and Polish Jewish mother from the Bronx, New York.
Wexler persuaded her to leave Columbia Records in 1966 and sign with Atlantic Records, where he was an executive. They would form a close artist-producer bond, and Wexler would go on to produce multiple albums of hers. It was his idea to have Franklin cover “Respect.”
“He provided the vehicle to allow me to perform and express myself,” Franklin told The Wall Street Journal following Wexler’s death in 2008.
In his autobiography, “Rhythm and the Blues,” Wexler wrote about his vision for Franklin.
“My idea was to make good tracks, use the best players, put Aretha back on piano and let the lady wail,” he wrote.
“Respect” had special resonance in the 1960s.
“The call for respect went from a request to a demand,” Wexler wrote. “And then, given the civil rights and feminist fervor that was building in the 1960s, respect — especially as Aretha articulated it with such force — took on new meaning. ‘Respect’ started off as a soul song and wound up a kind of national anthem.”
If you stop and think about the lyrics, it really makes no sense for a woman to sing “Respect”, a song clearly written for a hard-working man to sing to his wife at the end of a work day; but somehow a jewish producer magically turns it into a vehicle to promote two socially-destructive jewish agendas — feminism and “civil” rights.
From the very beginning, Jews funded, organized, and promoted the so-called “Civil Rights” and Feminist movements, and American popular music was instrumental in selling these agendas to the public. On cue, women and Blacks began demanding unearned and impossible equality — as the Jews weaponized race and gender.
I stand by my belief that the heavy metal movement of the 80’s was deliberately squashed by the jewish media moguls. It was proliferating too fast with DIY bands (who were for the most part majority white men) who were using the industry as their outlet to vent mounting political and religious angst. Metallica is a prime example. They were a very politically motivated band. Their last album entitled “And Justice for All…” hit a few nerves in the industry, especially with it’s unprecedented commercial success…they were another “lead balloon” prediction from the jewish industry. But when the band proved them wrong, the jew made sure to move right in and essentially bought them right out…making a liar of the band that once declared they would never so much as make a music video, as they saw that as ‘selling out’. Their ensuing albums are proof and were extremely influencial in the destruction of one of the biggest money making genres of the time…while they made sure they were squeezing every last cent out of their own endeavors and effectively screwing an entire generation of music ‘sharers’. To me, these guys in particular are responsible for the demise of rock (metal) music business.