Alex Jones really, really didn't like Beyoncé's Lemonade, it seems.
In fact, it appears to have unhinged him more than he already was, if that's possible. The hour-long video takes viewers through a surreal path of betrayal, anger, denial, acceptance, and liberation. She weaves magnificent visuals in with her music, and poetic segues which speak of what it is to be a black female. It's really an amazing hour.
In the video, there's a scene where Beyoncé takes a baseball bat to several cars. This seems to have Jones a bit stirred up.
"This is [Beyonce's] latest video, blowing stuff up, beating everything up, smashing vehicles, and it’s all about men. First it’s hate the cops in the last video, now it’s the ultimate feminist video being hailed. She just hates men and runs around with a crazed look on her face attacking everything," Jones lamented.
But wait, because this is not just a case of a high-profile African-American singer making some art. No, it's really a nefarious CIA plot.
Again, this is admitted high-level -- it turns out basically everything they put on the Super Bowl or out on Viacom is run by CIA propaganda because that’s their domestic job. “
Beyonce invokes ‘urban terrorism’ in new video,” and this is just to get people to act like total morons so that they can then be basically arrested, set-up, put in jail. I mean, this is -- I mean look at the look on her face in the whole anti-police deal. This is how she ran around like, you [inaudible] with the cops, they’re the enemy, and that it’ll fix everything. And then she’s funded by the very government and the very platform, the very establishment system puts her out there.
While this video begins with what appears to be her struggle with her husband Jay-Z's infidelity and her own personal response to it, it does move to a deeper layer of the Black experience, something Jones is not interested in at all. After all, why actually try to think when you can simply be afraid?
And would the CIA be stirring things up in the Black community if we didn't have a Black president, after all? As usual, it all comes down to that when it's Alex Jones.