Thursday, July 17, 2014

"Weird Al" Versus The Illuminati

"Weird Al" Yankovic has just released his fourteenth album, Mandatory Fun. Among other things, the album's title alludes to the end of his conventional recording contract, which may mean that this will be his last studio album.

So perhaps that's why, in the video for his new parody song Foil shown above, he feels free to expose the truth about the Illuminati, New World Order, and Reptilians. Either that, or the more likely explanation that people who believe in the bizarre interlocking conspiracies surrounding this stuff are just so damn funny. Watch the whole thing, it's hilarious. It only starts out looking like a trite infomercial.

If there was ever a definitive sign that all the music industry Illuminati speculation is fake, it's that it's now being parodied in a Weird Al song. And before the true believers come out of the woodwork and start quoting, "First they ignore you. Then they laugh at you. Then they attack you. Then you win," let's be clear that when people laugh at you it doesn't automatically mean you have a valid point. Most of the time, it means that what you're spouting is flat-out nonsense.

On the other hand, I suppose if Patton Oswalt is really a Reptilian it would explain why he has such stubby arms.

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1 comment:

ethnobotanywallum said...

Never been drawn to Weird Al's work before, but I really liked this one. Maybe it's because of the subliminal messages beamed at me via the screen from the illuminati. No wait, why would they want me to watch music that exposes them? Maybe it's subliminal messages from the anti-illuminati..... they exist too, right?

My cat told me to write this.

*disclosure* as my sense of humour is light years ahead of the general populace, I sometimes have to let people know that what I just said was a joke * the above was a joke*